Re: Naively looking for 'Pavic Tales'

From: Pomeroi <pomeroi_at_jSIG5fe1U1kU07r_L2dm3Xn3LbbFdbQWrdspYDl9w6mRMNcdrDKaEfDQnPPhsuyj3XSx>
Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2008 13:55:45 +0100

Hi Folks,

re-opening this rather old thread.... but it seems a bit unfinished.

is there a chance to have Pavic Tales (and other old Stuff) in electronic form?


Roderick and Ellen Robertson schrieb:
> He was born with the gift of laughter and the sense that the world was mad
> R. Sabatini, Scaramouche

>> I would think that the amount of effort involved in making
>> sale-quality PDFs of that material would be very small, indeed, and
>> once you have the PDFs there's no good reason not to make hard copy
>> available through a print-on-demand venue like I'd certainly
>> buy it....

> It depends in what format the material is currently in. If there are
> electronic files available on someone's computer or suitable storage media,
> then sure, no problem, making a PDF is not a big deal.
> If it only ever existed on paper, or the files are in a format your machine
> no longer reads, or the files were on that third-computer-back that you gave
> to your sister-in-law's cousin...
> I'd (with my Moon Design hat on) love to re-print the Tales magazines, and
> my boss probably stuill has the files (hey, Rick?). I'd also love to get all
> those out of print mags, like Wyrms Footnotes, and New Lolon Gospel, and RQ
> Adventures, but they are only in paper. Getting them scanned in *in a decent
> scan* is a pain.
> RR

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