Neoreaction a Basilisk New Edition

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After a rather frustrating day grappling with Amazon, we are pleased to properly announce the revised edition of Neoreaction a Basilisk is now available for sale. This link will go to the current paperback edition, but the Kindle edition is live as well. (Right now there are two Kindle editions, but they are in fact identical despite one still having the old cover. I'll get this tidied up soon.) Here's a UK link. And if you want it in epub, here it is on Smashwords. This new edition features a few minor revisions and corrections throughout along with an appendix containing "Guded by the Beauty of Their Weapons," a precursor essay to the ones in the book about the alt-right and science fiction.

Currently if you have any digital editions, they should be upgradeable for free. I can't 100% guarantee that will remain the case, so you may want to make the upgrade fast.

Thanks as always to James for the delightful cover update. (Future covers will not play with defacement like this, but it was obviously how to do this one.)

I'll be temporarily pulling all other Eruditorum Press books from sale on Monday. Guided by the Beauty of Their Weapons will be permanently out of print at that point. I expect the updated Eruditorum v1 will be available within the next month, but if you want any of those books in the near future (or Guided at all), this weekend is the last chance saloon.

Thanks for your support.

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Przemek 7 months, 2 weeks ago

I love the updated cover. Brilliant.

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UNIT 7 months, 2 weeks ago

Why is Guided going out of print?

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David Gerard 7 months, 2 weeks ago

The Basilisk. Turns out it's thick as shit and its aim (backwards through time) is really bad.

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Metal Walker 7 months, 1 week ago

Do backers from the kickstarter get the free update as well?

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Elizabeth Sandifer 7 months ago

The original NAB Kickstarter? Nah. It's just an essay I've already published elsewhere.

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