Another year of maps! 107 pages of maps with annotations curated from the maps posted to the Dodecahedron throughout 2016 (basically all the maps posted except for the My Private Jakalla maps which are still not complete).
The Review is available in two formats. The main emphasis of the release is an 8.5 x 11 inch spiral-bound book offered through Lulu. As spiral binding isn’t available through OBS, this is only available through the Lulu storefront. This $18 print edition includes a coupon code (on the first page) for you to buy the electronic edition for $2.50.
The electronic edition, available through OneBookShelf, includes an electronic version of the book, but also includes a separate file just of the maps in question without the annotations.
There is no exclusive content in these editions – everything in the Cartographic Review was previously posted to the blog. What the review does is collate and collect most of the year’s maps into one place along with much of the annotation that appeared on the blog along with the maps.
Remember, if you plan on buying both, pick up the print edition first as it contains a coupon to get the electronic edition for $2.50