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Collections receiving copies of Deviations

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The Eaton Collection at the University of California, Riverside. From the website: "The Eaton Collection is the largest publicly-accessible collection of science fiction, fantasy, horror and utopian fiction in the world. ... It is visited by scholars from around the world both for its American and international holdings."
University of South Florida Library's Special Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection: Includes the SF collection of John Clute, believed to be one of the largest privately held collections in the world.
University of Sydney Science Fiction and Fantasy Collections: The library's Ron Graham Science Fiction Collection and Colin Steele Collection together form one of the largest institutional collections of Science Fiction and Fantasy in the world.
Georgia Tech's Bud Foote Science Fiction Collection: Includes well over 8000 cataloged science fiction novels, anthologies, monographs, journals, and films. The collection spans the nineteenth, twentieth, and twenty-first centuries and features items in English, Danish, Russian, French, Japanese, and many more languages.
Temple University's Paskow Science Fiction Collection: This collection contains more than 30,000 volumes, magazines (pulps, fanzines, and academic journals), over 100 cubic feet of manuscripts, and selected posters, paintings, drawings, and related materials.
University of Liverpool's Sydney Jones Library, Special Collections & Archives: Europe's largest catalogued collection of SF material, including the Science Fiction Foundation Collection and a wealth of literary archives.
The Maison d'Ailleurs (translated as "House of Elsewhere"): This museum of science fiction, utopia, and extraordinary journeys is located in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, and is the only public institution of its kind in the world. It is a non-profit foundation functioning both as a public museum and a specialized research center.
Citrus County Library System, all five branches.
Thus far, Covenant (first edition paperback) only has gone to:
The Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America's Circulating Book Plan. Through the SFWA CBP, Covenant circulated among readers in nine regions before residing in book repositories (mainly public and university libraries).
Horrmann Library, Wagner College, Staten Island, NY.
Samuel C. Williams Library, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ.


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How Deviations
Began
Promotional Activities Hear Chapter 1:
Covenant, read at the Woodview Coffeehouse, 2 March 2007
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