/ / Futuristic Tales Of The Here And Now, News

I just got word from IDW, the publishers of my graphic novel Cory Doctorow’s Futuristic Tales of the Here and Now (which collects six of my short stories, adapted for comics by a team of talented writers and artists), that Barnes and Noble and Books-a-Million have both taken very large orders of the hardcover, every copy of which is signed and numbered (yes, I signed thousands and thousands of tip-in sheets, by hand, until I thought my arm would fall off).

They’re available online, of course, but practically every BN and BAM store nationwide is bound to have them. The book has also seen great orders from independents across the nation — and, of course, it’s available as a free, Creative Commons licensed download.

Futuristic Tales on BN.com
Futuristic Tales at Books-a-Million,
Futuristic Tales at independent booksellers near you

Download Futuristic Tales for free!

One Response to “Futuristic Tales, nationwide!”

  1. Tim

    This may be a duplicate, please feel free to to delete it if it is.

    I was trying to recommend the Futuristic Tales book to an independent bookstore in Philadelphia (I like to support the little guys when I can; I live in Florida but visit this bookstore when I have to go to Philly on work assignment). I wanted to point them to it on IDW’s site, but couldn’t find a link on your page. I went to IDW and searched for it by title, and found the original six comics.

    So, I sent them that link, along with a link to your site and the ISBN from your site. Hopefully they will order it.

    It would be cool however, if the sidebar books had a “recommend this to your local bookstore” that was a link to the publisher’s page for the book so the process would be easier.

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