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George R.R. Martin
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John Jos. Miller, a long-time member of the Wild Cards writing team and currently writing the first Wild Cards RPG campaign book for Green Ronin, has revealed in this post that the rights to the first eight books in the series have finally been reverted to the creators after being in limbo following the collapse of iBooks. This means that with any luck they’ll soon be reprinted by a new publisher. Unfortunately, the two books written specifically for iBooks, Deuces Down and Death Draws Five, have not been reverted and remain with the publisher who bought up the iBooks catalog, BrickTower Press. Their intentions are unclear.
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