--- Garmt de Vries <G.deVries~at~phys.uu.nl> wrote:
> On Mon, 24 Apr 2006, Norm Wolcott wrote:
> > Theh Dutch Jules Verne society uses a Chromolith for the covers of their
> > magazine De Vernian which comes out 3 times a year. Back issues go at least
> > 10 years.
> We have used these covers since Verniaan no 25. Before that, there was a
> different design. The chromo covers are those that were used by Elsevier
> for a series that was published in parallel with the famous 'blue covers'.
> I believe similar chromos were published in France, but the Dutch
> adaptations are slightly different.
> You can view the covers of the Verniaan at
> The Dutch JV Society has published a bibliography of the chromo covers in
> the Elsevier series, see <http://www.jules-verne.nl/gb/publications.html>.
> After the Verniaan about Cesar Cascabel, we will have to think of a
> different design, as Elsevier stopped publishing new titles after 1891.
There are so many interesting topics described on that page. It makes me wish that I read Dutch.
The covers are quite nice too! I don't think I've seen any of the chromotypographs before.
I note that the web site indicates that copies are not available at the bottom but mentions prices
for printed and CD copies at the top. Have you considered putting them on DVD-R? I don't know
how large the files are but it seems unlikely that they are 300M per issue. Although rated at
4.7G, it is hard to get more than about 4.2G on a DVD-R. Ten euros for two issues would add up
quickly but if more could fit on a DVD-R, it might be easier to justify.
James D. Keeline
San Diego, CA
Received on Tue 25 Apr 2006 - 17:47:34 IDT