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By Douglas Adams, edited by Kevin Jon Davies

The wildly improbable ideas of Douglas Adams

Monday, 13 September 2021

Some great news!

Hi everyone,

The team at Unbound just wanted to give you an update on how things are progressing. Douglas's archive is housed in the library of his old Cambridge college, St John's. Covid-19 restrictions meant that it has been temporarily shut to visitors.


The good news is that this has now changed and people are being allowed back in. This means that Kevin can get cracking with the book. He has been busy working at home this summer but really needed to get into the library to make proper progress.


Phew!


Thank you for your patience.
 

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Bryn Redman
 Bryn Redman says:

Good news! Are you able to offer a publication date for the finished book?

posted 13th September 2021

Matt Palmer
 Matt Palmer says:

Surely the only possible answer to that would be “I love deadlines, I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by”?

posted 13th September 2021

Alicia Jean Demetropolis
 Alicia Jean Demetropolis says:

Matt, you have made my entire week wonderful with that phrase! So glad Kevin can get back to work in the library. More important than a deadline flying past is the need to keep everyone safe. Douglas would want it that way. :)

posted 13th September 2021

Craig Baker
 Craig Baker says:

My context-appropriate response has somehow been over-ridden by my curiosity regarding Mr. Adams' potential treatment of the COVID-19 situation. I am inclined to believe that there must be an Ultimate Answer to COVID.

posted 14th September 2021

Walter Sofronoff
 Walter Sofronoff says:

What a relief!!

posted 14th September 2021

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