Tuesday, November 16, 2010


 From the latest PJF newsletter from Mike Croteau-
Hello to everyone on the PJF Mailing list. If you haven't visited the site in a while, it was updated on November 9th with lots of information about books you might find interesting. It also talked about two big sales that are happening right now.
First, between 2005 and 2009 while Farmerphile: The Magazine of Philip José Farmer was being published, I don't think we ever put it on sale. Which is why it now being on sale for 50% off, is kind of a big deal. There is a tiny little catch, really it's just a little one, and it means you can order everything at once. The catch is, you must purchase a copy of The Worlds of Philip José Farmer 1: Protean Dimensions, then any issues of Farmerphile ordered at the same time, are 50% off—only $5 each!
So, let's start with Worlds. There are three ways to order it:
1. The book, a numbered limited edition [$20]. 2. The book, plus a FarmerCon V program (which includes a never before published essay by Farmer about Roger Zelazny) [$25]. 3. The book signed by contributors Win Scott Eckert, Christopher Paul Carey, Paul Spiteri, and Michael Croteau, plus a FarmerCon V program [$30].
After choosing one of the above, visit the Farmerphile page and decide which issues you want (one copy per issue please). Notice that many issues have a low stock warning, and issue #12 is already sold out. Then just email me back with your order and address. I will verify availability, calculate the postage, and send you the total.  
I mentioned #12 being sold out, but actually we still have two signed copies available. There were 25 numbered copies of each issue signed by Philip José Farmer. These are available for their original price of $40 each (sorry no discounts on these). We still have the following signed issues available: 6, 8, 10, 11, 11, 12, 12, and 14.
Oh yeah, I almost forgot to mention the Estate Sale. Everything on that page is now 25% off. And as always, the volume discounts also apply.
Please take a moment to look at the Farmerphile page, and the estate sale page, before you go and buy the other new books mentioned in the website update.
Happy holidays, and happy shopping, and thank you,
Mike Croteau
The Official Philip José Farmer Home Page