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New cover, new ebook

It's been a much busier -- and more productive -- day here than I anticipated when it started lo those many hours ago.

We've finalized the cover for Jewish Futures, and we're still on track to have the book out to the Kickstarter backers on schedule, and available to everyone else by the first week in August.

Then, owing to comments from two friends, and a whole bunch of people trying to purchase an ebook that didn't yet exist, we got the ebook version of Barry Malzberg's The Bend at the End of the Road finalized and posted. It should be available from the major retailers in a day or three, but it is already available, right now, directly from us, at .

So, it's been quite a day. Not finished, by any stretch of the imagination, but what's been accomplished thus far is exciting.
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