Most of you know that my latest non-fiction book, 24 Frames into the Future: Scalzi on Science Fiction Film, debuted a couple of weekends ago at the Boskone science fiction convention, and that if you were there, you could pick up a copy. But what if you weren’t there? How can you get a copy of this highly desirable — and considering its run of less than 1,200 copies, highly collectable — book?
Right now, the best way is through its publisher, NESFA Press. Here’s the order page for the book. It’s available both as regular trade and also in a boxed version. Both versions are very nice; NESFA did a fine job putting this book together, and it’s a book I’m proud of.
To answer anticipated questions: No, I don’t know about its availability online via Amazon/Barnes & Noble/other online resllers. Amazon has a bare-bones page about it but says it’s out of stock. Likewise, some specialty SF/F stores may be stocking it but if you want to get it from your local bookstore the best way would be to special order it; don’t worry, most booksellers will be happy to do that for you. No, I don’t know about its availability in countries other than the US; talk to NESFA Press about shipping to your country. No, there is currently no electronic edition available; that may change eventually, but for right now it’s physical copies only.