Precious Artifacts 2 Published

Precious Artifacts 2 – A Philip K. Dick Bibliography – The Short Stories: United States of America, United Kingdom and Oceania 1952-2014 has been published as a trade paperback and is now available for purchase on Createspace.com or Amazon.com. From the Wide Books announcement:

In this second volume of Precious Artifacts, David Hyde and Henri Wintz take us on another journey back in time looking at Philip K. Dick’s short story publication history. This fully illustrated bibliography covers 125 short stories written by Philip K. Dick between 1952 and 1981. It is full of details on the stories themselves, the editors who published them, the magazines, anthologies and collections they appeared in, as well as the artists who illustrated them. The bibliography covers not only editions of the books and pulp magazines from the United States and the United Kingdom, but also rare publications from Australia and New Zealand.

The hardback edition of the bibliography is also available in limited quantities and can be ordered at www.PKDickbooks.com/precious_artifacts.html, Amazon.com or Wide Books. The trade paperback can be ordered at Amazon.com, Createspace.com or Wide Books also.

If you have questions about the book, please contact the authors at precious_artifacts[at]pkdickbooks[dot]com.

Home Page: www.PKDickbooks.com/precious_artifacts.html
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Facebook page: www.facebook.com/PreciousArtifacts

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Amazon Greenlights The Man in the High Castle Series

The adaptation of The Man in the High Castle was one of the five series that Amazon ordered more episodes after the success of the pilot episode in Amazon Studios’ first 2015 pilot season. The show will premiere exclusively to Prime members later this year and in 2016 on Amazon’s Prime Instant Video service. No definitive date has been released for the availability of The Man in the High Castle specifically.

According to Roy Price, VP of Amazon Studios, “During the latest pilot season, Amazon customers made ‘The Man in the High Castle’ our most-watched pilot ever.”

For more information:

http://variety.com/2015/digital/news/amazon-greenlights-5-series-renews-mozart-in-the-jungle-for-season-2-1201435977/

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/amazon-orders-5-new-series-774725

The pilot episode is still available to view if you haven’t seen it yet.



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