Unlocked Limited Signed Hardcover: Officially Out!
Posted on October 2, 2014 Posted by John Scalzi 6 Comments
Just a quick note to make you aware that, as the headline says, the Subterranean Press signed, limited hardcover edition of “Unlocked” is now officially out in the world and available for order. This edition features the fantastic artwork above, by Molly Crabapple, my signature, and the general fantastic quality that Subterranean Press gives all of its books. I’m super pleased with the version, but then, when it comes to SubPress, I usually am.
This hardcover is limited to just 1,500 copies, and as I understand it most of those copies were taken in the preorder phase, so this limited edition is now even more limited, as it were. If you want a copy, you should get a move on. You can buy it directly from Subterranean, get it at your favorite online retailer, or check with your local bookstore about special ordering it.
For those who will inevitably ask: There are no plans at the moment for any other print versions of “Unlocked.” If you’re interested in owning it in print, this is the way to go.
I’m happy to say that my copy shipped from Sub Press last Thursday.
Mine showed up yesterday (or was it Tuesday?). Looks really nice.
Whew! I read the headline and thought “officially out” meant there were no more available! I like that cover.
Reacting to the Locus review:
“the most enjoyable robot story I’ve read this year — even though it’s not quite about robots,” — parallel to “a wheelchair story with no wheelchairs.”