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My book Empire of Timber is now in paperback and thus at a price that is reasonably affordable, if still a little high for a paperback. If you have an itch that needs to be scratched around reading the first book to examine how workers used their unions to promote their own environmental agenda in a single industry over the twentieth century, you should buy it!

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  • I want to read both your books that I’m aware of, but I’m already in the process of having to get rid of physical books due to a pending move, so I don’t expect to pick up more anytime soon. I will probably pick up the ebook editions sooner rather than later, though.

    I still say you should collect the labour history posts for a book as well. (I believe I remember you saying you’re already working on this, though, so mentioning that may be completely useless.)

  • N__B

    In the spirit of VS’s post, congrats.

    ETA: ordered. But from B&N, not AZ.

    • I’m old enough to remember when b&n was the bad guy in book retailing.
      It’s like season 1 of Deadwood, when you thought Al Swearengen was as evil as a villain could be, never forseeing the Hearst to come.

      • N__B

        I’m old enough to remember when B&N was one very large, very well-stocked store in Manhattan.

        ETA: as I’ve said here before, everything I know about running a small business I learned from Al Swearengen and Stringer Bell.

  • Linnaeus

    On my list. I may have some B&N gift card money to spare on it.

  • Gwen

    Yo dawg I heard you like dead trees, so I put a story about the death of the tree-killing industry in a dead-tree format.

    (Congrats Erik!)

  • Bruce B.

    Looking forward to it next month!

  • Woodrowfan

    well done cover too.

    So, was the sign correct? Were hunting and fishing illegal in the habitat??

  • Joe_JP

    Sounds good though $30 is still a bit much. See it is available via e-book at the library, but don’t like those things much. Out of sight is in regular book format for borrowing. That’s cool.

    (Could read the other book in the library, I see … that’s something, I guess.)

  • Ronan

    I really like the cover for some reason. Aesthetically it’s very catching.

  • bilditup1

    The ebook version costing little less than the PB is more egregious, IMO.

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