Re: Re: Hartmann's The Talking Image of Urur
Nov 16, 2001 08:08 AM
by Katinka Hesselink
I do think they are printed in larger volumes than one by
one. I know the dutch TS-publisher/shop has a few of their
publications in store. I personally have a few of them with
blue and red covers, though. Thanks for the practical info
- I was wondering where one could get the book.
> From: "Dennis Kier" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Subject: Re: Hartmann's The Talking Image of Urur
> I doubt that you can get it at Barnes & Noble. Kessinger
> seems to be a
> small independent publisher. I suspect that he only
> prints a book
> after he gets an order. All pages of the books he
> publishes are
> ink-jet paper, 8 1/2 by 11 inches, and sometimes he
> stuffs the boxes
> (if you order more than one book) with the wrappers of
> reams of
> ink-jet paper.
> It appears that he has everything on computer, and sends
> the file to
> the printer, as it is ordered. No matter how big or small
> the original
> book was printed, Kessinger's reprint is on 8 1/2 by 11
> paper, with a
> white paper cover. They all appear to be photo copies of
> the original
> books. I have seen about 8 different titles so far. He
> accepts no
> personal checks.
> He has an extensive inventory, many Theosophical books,
> and many
> Masonic titles, also.
> The story is fiction, of the type of story popularized by
> Check it out at www.kessinger.net
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