... I believe that its co-publisher, the Tolkien Society (it also counts as an issue of the TS journal _Mallorn_) still has copies available for purchase.Message 1 of 8 , Jan 2, 2005View SourceDavid wrote:
>*except the Tolkien Centenary Conference Proceedings, which as the onlyI believe that its co-publisher, the Tolkien Society (it also counts as an
>"book" issue of Mythlore, and one of the best issues**, is the one people
>are most likely to want. That's just plain out of print.
issue of the TS journal _Mallorn_) still has copies available for purchase.
There was a mention in the TS bulletin _Amon Hen_ a while back about plans
to reprint the Proceedings, but as far as I know, nothing has come of that.
... Yes... however, I believe the wait is something like six weeks. And it is understandable that a non-profit can t really manage any faster turnaround.Message 2 of 8 , Jan 2, 2005View SourceDavid Bratman wrote:
>Mythlore is not in a lot of libraries, but if you want a particularYes... however, I believe the wait is something like six weeks. And it
>article, all back issues of Mythlore* are available from the Society for a
>reasonable fee. Even those out of stock* may be had in photocopy form.
is understandable that a non-profit can't really manage any faster
turnaround. Unfortunately when I'm after an article, which I happen to
be at the moment :-) I'm in the middle of a project with a deadline.
When my local library can find the article, they can send it in PDF
format. This speeds things up quite a bit. I believe that this also
preserves the copyright in someway. However, in my current situation I
find myself once more out of luck.
So.... Anyone know where I can locate "The Trans-cosmic Journeys in /The
Chronicles of Narnia/," Steven Yandell, /Mythlore/ 43, vol. 12, no. I
(August 1985), pp. 9-23.