Get Signed/Personalized Copies of The Last Emperox From Subterranean Press

We’ll be announcing my tour dates for The Last Emperox soon, but in the meantime I understand that not everyone can get out to see me when I’m on tour, either because I’m not coming to a town they are near, or because they are pinned by a large automobile and literally can’t move (or something like that).

In either of these cases (and some others as well), there is an alternative: You can order a copy of The Last Emperox from Subterranean Press, and just before I go on tour I will go up to their warehouse and sign (and if requested, personalize) those copies of the book, so you can have a copy that I myself have scribbled in, delivered right to your door.

In all seriousness this is a pretty great way to get a signed copy of the book if you’re not going to be able to see me on tour. And also, SubPress usually feeds me when I go up to sign the books, so I get a free lunch out of it, too. Everybody wins!

(Also, if you’re actually, like, pinned under a car, please take care of that first before you send in the order. I want you to be able to enjoy the book later. See? I do care.)

7 Comments on “Get Signed/Personalized Copies of The Last Emperox From Subterranean Press”

  1. Done! Ordered one for me and one for my sibling (since it’s never too early to start holiday shopping).

    Thank you for doing this again, Mr. Scalzi; I’ve been hoping you’d team up with Sub Press for this one. Fingers crossed for a stop here on your tour, but I know you can’t be everywhere, so this is a great alternative.

  2. Ordered and (im)patiently waiting delivery.
    Hopefully your tour will bring you to Sonoma County, CA.
    Thank you and enjoy free your lunch.

  3. How does one get a personalized signature? Sub press doesn’t have that as an ordering option. Maybe enter the text as a discount code?

  4. “If you would like your copy inscribed, please mention to who in the comments section when checking out. Otherwise, we’ll assume you want the copy signed, but not inscribed.”

  5. The comments box is in the very final screen (of 5, I believe) in the order-entry process. You have to enter quantity, shipping address, shipping method, and payment info before you get to the point of being able to specify personalization.

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