Sam J. Rabinowitz wrote:
> I just read that Cafe Press is to begin selling scripts from the various
> Star Trek television programs. I guess this proves how successful your
> current endeavor is. Would you care to comment on:
> (1) Star Trek once again copying from you
As ever, B5 continues to do R&D for other venues. Happy to be of
> (2) Their pricing (apparently $24.99 for a single script)
This kind of ties into what I said about wanting to make these scripts
available at the lowest possible cost. At cons, you have to pay about
$20 for each individual script, the ones you note are $25...with the B5
script books you get 7 scripts plus the original introduction and other
extras for $30-$40 depending on when you buy it, so you're looking at
potentially $6 bucks per script, give or take.
We could easily have charged the going rates per script, but I really
wanted to put these into the hands of the most people as possible, at
the smallest return, as long as it got the job done. So I'm happy that
we are able to do that.
> (3) Now that you're "A" list, whether your script book prices will be going
Hell, no. That would defeat the point of item 2 noted above.