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Help us rescue unique, out-of-print sci-fi books from copyright limbo so that we can make them available online and as ebooks.
1,392 backers pledged $52,275 to help bring this project to life.

Cici James reads... something...

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We're 1/3 of the way there!

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Greetings Sci Fi friends,

Today we hit $5000 - we're one third of the way to our goal with 23 days to go! We're totally thrilled - almost as thrilled as Robot T. Dog, who's in absolute ecstasy (pictured below).

Mega thanks to all our early backers for your kind support.  Of course we appreciate your generous donations, but what's really bowled us over are all the kind words from total strangers. You're coming out of the woodwork to help save glorious (if sometimes gloriously terrible) works of the imagination from the cold grave of obscurity. And for that, we thank you from the bottom of our nerdly hearts.

Look out for more dramatic readings in the very near future - and be sure to email us with any requests! Our vintage sci fi library is growing every day, so if we have it, I'll read it. In costume. 

In the mean time, if you know anyone who might find our project of interest, please pass on the good word. Save the Sci Fi!

Ever yours,

Cici and the Team

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Cici James reads from The Gentle Giants of Ganymede by James P. Hogan

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Cici James reads from Nightrider by David Mase

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Technology or Publishing?

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We're having a hard time deciding exactly what kind of project we are.  

Originally, when Singularity&Co. signed up with Kickstarter, it seemed self evident that we were a publishing project. After all, we're trying to turn books into ebooks. That's publishing, right?

But what this project is really all about is using technology to give people access to information that has been left in the lurch by traditional publishing, and part of that project is building a platform and a methodology for its use. 

Until Kickstarter creates a TechNubLishing category, we may not be 100% where we belong, but the good news is that thanks to all of our supporters, we are well on the way to meeting our goals.  We appreciate your support, and your help getting the word out so we can save the scifi.  Keep it up!

P.S. - For those of you who missed our original project video, here's another chance to check it out.

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