On 3 July 2012 20:45, David Boyd <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
As far as I know, the intention is to make each and every piece of information very readily available and searchable online, although doubtless it won't be for free, but only to subscribers to the joint venture information portal.
It's the view of the Project movers and shakers that all this will more than stand in the place of all the previous life writing etc., and perform just the same functions, but with bells and whistles firmly attached, as the fullest biography.
Here's Hoping !!

On 3 July 2012 20:12, Ken Armstrong <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
On 7/3/2012 10:41 AM, Materer, Timothy J. wrote:
Thanks David for the info on the project. Not sure if the post mentioned that the Complete Prose will be published online by Johns Hopkins U. Press (see below) and available on their Project Muse website. So, yes, thank goodness for libraries--if you can find a library that pays for the database.

    Sorry if I missed this happy detail in David's post, and joyful day, god willing, the creek don't rise, and shrinking budgets in my locale don't excise retirees from digital library privileges by 2014...

  Ken A

Ron Shuchard is co-editor of all the volumes.

Vol. 1 APPRENTICE YEARS, 1905-1918, contains student philosophical essays, Knowledge and Experience, and early reviews, ed. J S Booker.

Vol. 2 includes classic essays such as Hamlet and Tradition, edited by Anthony Cuda.

Vol. 3  (no title yet) 1927-29, ed. Jennifer Formichelli, Frances Dickey, Ron Schuchard