Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 316. Tuesday, 3 Dec 1991.
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 1991 10:24:00 -0500
Subject: Bevington text on line
I just received the following note (hard copy) from David Bevington:
"Just to report that the idea of putting the new HarperCollins Shakespeare
on disk seems to be back on track. I was sure it was cancelled, but no,
I got a phone call. One can't predict for sure it will happen, but it is
now a lively enough prospect that you might correct on your network the
negative impression I gave you last month. At present the plan is just to
put the whole book--notes, introductions, and all--on disk. There was a
fancier option of software with windows and all but quite possibly not worth
the cost. If anyone has an opinion on that I'd be grateful and will pass
any reactions on to HarperCollins."
No indication of cost, accessibility, copyright, etc., as you can see. For
what it's worth. The HarperCollins editor for the Bevington text is Lisa
Moore, but I haven't contacted her for more information.
John D. Cox