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Old 03-02-2014, 02:52 PM
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I renewed my subscription for 3 years with the two anthologies.

I was wondering how they are bound? Paperback, Hardback?
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I renewed my subscription for 3 years with the two anthologies.

I was wondering how they are bound? Paperback, Hardback?
They're paperback .. . several issues bound in one cover.

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You will enjoy the anthologies: I gave myself 2 for every Christmas until I had read them all!
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one of the first things I did after becoming aware of BHM was to order all the anthologies up to that point--think it was a half shebang renewal. Since then 2 more have been published and they are in my collection, along with every issue published since my first subscription.

Now, if I can just come up with a cd/dvd drive (my little netbook has none) I'll be able to go to any article, subject without pulling each anthology out.

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one of the first things I did after becoming aware of BHM was to order all the anthologies up to that point--think it was a half shebang renewal. Since then 2 more have been published and they are in my collection, along with every issue published since my first subscription.

Now, if I can just come up with a cd/dvd drive (my little netbook has none) I'll be able to go to any article, subject without pulling each anthology out.

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