Early issues of Society publications no longer available free
- Kathleen, as per Edith's direction in her original message, I inquired with the donor not long after the message was posted to the list last spring, and learned the publications all had been quickly claimed. However, back issues of many Mythopoeic Society publications are available for purchase via this Mythsoc web page:
They also sometimes are on sale at Mythcon. I bought quite a few back issues of MYTHPRINT at the Los Angeles Mythcon in 2009.
---Kathleen Lamantia <kathleen_lamantia@...> wrote:
> Dear Edith, I hope you will both excuse and forgive
> my very late response to this query. Are there any
> of these issues still remaining? I intend, at some
> indeterminate future date, to try to collect all the
> issues. These would go a long way to assisting in
> that goal. However, if they are already all gone, which
> would be no surprise, please accept my thanks for
> reading this very delayed reply. Sincerely, Kathleen
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> Subject: [mythsoc] Early issues of Society publications available free
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> Tolkien Journal
> Issue 1, (spring 65); Vol.2#1 (1966); No 14
> Vol.9 (No.4-5); Vol 10 (No.1-6); Vol.11 (No.1-6); Vol.12 (No. 1-5); Vol.13 (No. 6); Vol. 14 (No.1-6); Vol. 15 (No.1)
> Parma eldalamberon (linguistic fellowship) Vol 1 #1 (1971)
> Mythlore, Vol 1 #3, Jan 69
> Mythlore Winter 1971
> Mythlore # 11-22
> Edith Crowe, Corresponding Secretary
> The Mythopoeic Society
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