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Prominent Scholar Seeks Issues of THE HEINLEIN JOURNAL 
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Hey, Dan, try www.mostlyclassics.net now. McAfee tells me I'm not one of the Bad Guys anymore.

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Woo Hoo! It works!

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So to return to the subject, do you have any back issues of The Heinlein Journal?

Having become involved with this crowd rather late in the game, I have only issues 20, 22, and 23.

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I have what I believe to be a full run (11 issues, July 1997 to July 2007) but they're spoken for by Farah Mendelsohn, waiting for her to decide which shipping option she wants me to use.

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Dan, that is excellent news!

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Thanks for posting her request! I feel a twinge of sadness at parting with them, but she'll undoubtedly get better use out of them than I have/will.

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Dan, clearly she's the one who should get the set. BTW, didn't she contribute an article in the first issue? (I'm working off a faulty memory.)

If you ever hear of a set, or even a part set, I'm more than interested!

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I have PDF scans of all issues 1 thru 23 except #18. Don't know what happened to that one.

I do not have any hard copy. I am ruthless about going paperless so most of these scans were made long ago by slicing the issues to go through a scanner and certainly aren't master copies.

I am unaware of the legality/ethics of sharing these digital copies and would be nervous about doing so. No requests please until someone can assure me of a sound basis for granting them. I think it would be great if, say, the issues could be downloaded by anyone for a small fee each with the money going to a Heinlein affiliation group that Bill supported, but I certainly don't have the cycles to pursue that.


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I totally agree, PeterScott. Legalities have to be respected: that, in part, is why I shelled out for the Virginia Edition. As far as funds are concerned, I'd be willing to put up with a large fee.

If you hear anything, please keep us posted.

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THS has .pdf versions of all issues--we are just waiting for the legality of using them as "back issues" and clarifying with the estate that we have the right to do so. Waiting is.

Kudos to Dan for stepping up in this case. I do have a full run myself, mostly paper format, but am not willing to part with them permanently.


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