Just received in the post, a copy of a spiffy little hardback edition of Philip K. Dick's Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? done up in early 1960s Gollancz yellow-jacket style (inducing in me vertiginous nostalgia for the SF novels in like livery that I read way back when, when I first started reading SF), with a short introduction what I wrote.* An honour to be asked; a joy to reread the novel, and rediscover how swift, and sad, and funny it is.
It's due out on the 1st of September, part of the 50th birthday celebrations of Gollancz's science-fiction and fantasy line. Four other SF novels and five fantasy novels will be published in the same format at the same time. They were chosen by readers from a short list of eligible** titles. You can find the listings and other details here.
*readers old enough to remember searching out Gollancz yellowbacks in their local libraries will get the reference at once
**that is, titles to which Gollancz have the hardback rights