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Old 06-13-2012, 02:47 AM   #8
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Hi ghostyjack, nice to hear that Jack London gets a proper treatment, I can imagine how much work that is. It may seem that I ‘knock them out fast,’ but I actually started working on some of my collections last year, before I began to release them two months ago. I’m lucky to have some more time available and I spent some weekends on this, as the original Gutenberg texts were almost unreadable (the unformatted poems and the interspersed footnotes being a particular nuisance).
Have fun reading the Poe, best, pynch.

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Thanks for this, I was going to do this myself but I never get much time these days and it's taking me forever to proof-read my current book (White Fang by Jack London), only able to spend about an hour a day doing it if I'm lucky. And seeing as I've got my hands on 1906 copy, I need to do it right.

Oh well, I should get there within the month (I don't know how you knock them out so fast). In the mean time I can have a read of some Poe.
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