|08-24-2006, 06:59 PM||#1|
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Join Date: May 2004
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SciFi e-books at Project Gutenberg
Branko Collin, who is apparently associated with Distributed Proofreaders, has written the following about the new availability of SciFi e-books at Project Gutenberg.
"Not too long ago Project Gutenberg started publishing sci-fi books from the Golden Age of science fiction (1950s - 1960s); we can do this because of non-renewed copyrights. Authors include H. Beam Piper, Andre Norton, Terry Gene Carr, Ray Cummings, Lester Del Rey, Murray Leinster, Carey Rockwell, and more. You’ll discover a completer list with links at The Thunder Child, a web magazine for Sci-Fi and Fantasy, named after the famous ironclad from Wells’ War of the Worlds."
What a great addition to an already amazing e-book source!
From TeleRead Blog.
|08-24-2006, 10:25 PM||#2|
Join Date: May 2006
They are also making their way to manybooks.net pretty quickly, formatted for the Iliad. I've been grabbing them as they come across - somewhere around 200 so far.
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