Three Cheers for Me

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Posted by: colin Posted on: 10. Mar 2010 at 14:50
Thank you for the update.  I look forward to obtaining a new copy when I can trace a supplier.  Regards cub
Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 08. Mar 2010 at 10:45
The Three Cheers for Me paperback appears to be back in print now, with a new print run by McClelland & Stewart. As of today, it only seems to be available through Canadian retailers, but probably others will carry it as they update availability.
Posted by: colin Posted on: 13. Oct 2009 at 15:07
Thank you for the prompt reply.  I do hope you manage to negotiate the rights issues and look forward to a reprint of Vol 1.  (It seems a shame that novice readers to Bandy can currently buy Vol 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9 etc. as new Sybertooth volumes but not the early 'days') Good luck and best wishes, cub.
Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 13. Oct 2009 at 10:10
Hi Colin,

We'd like to do a new edition of Three Cheers for Me - it's just a question of rights. McClelland & Stewart Ltd. published the most recent edition of the book (which is currently out of print), and they may still have the print publication rights. If we're able to obtain a contract to licence the publication rights to us for a new edition, then we'll definitely bring one out. Whenever we have news of more new Bandy editions in the works, it will be posted here.
Posted by: colin Posted on: 12. Oct 2009 at 15:38
As a dedicated reader of Bandy since 1975, I have had the pleasure of owning all volumes - the most recent Sybertooth publications have been greatly anticipated and appreciated.  However my original Vol 1 is begining to show serious signs of wear and tear....Are there any proposals to reprint Vol 1 as a Sybertooth issue?