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What happens when you forget to tell the jacket designer you’ve changed your subtitle? A proof copy of Jonathan Glancey’s Nagaland, which Faber will be publishing in April, arrived in the office this morning, with an erratum sticker on the cover. Not so dangerous after all…

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  1. Bungaroosh says:

    They have, at least, adhered to the new rule of cover design: a nice big space at the top right for the retailers’ “Three for Two” sticker.

  2. Martin says:

    You can see why they did it, though. Those of us who might have thought Glancey was pottering around chatting to out-of-work sheep shearers in the Outback now know that we’ll find him somewhere in northern India. The’dangerous’ bit is for the blurb.

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