Tuesday, November 22, 2011

At long last, more Cold Comfort

For the first time since its original publication fifty years ago, a reprint of Stella Gibbons's short story collection Christmas at Cold Comfort Farm is going hit bookshelves next week. Cold Comfort Farm is one of my all-time favorite books, but I've only seen this prequel on AbeBooks, where an original edition can run you between $200 and $4000(!!!) dollars. I had no idea a reprint was in the works, so I'm regarding this news as a glorious, totally unanticipated holiday gift from the literary gods, for which I am sincerely grateful.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nightingale Wood is also out now.


10:36 PM

Blogger Yulianka said...

I saw that! And allegedly I can buy 'Conference at Cold Comfort' via Amazon.uk... but I'm mourning the shipping costs.

10:35 AM


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