This morning, to my considerable surprise, the proof copy of Ancient Texts in Translation 2 — Origen of Alexandria: Exegetical works on Ezekiel — arrived on my doorstep. My surprise was because I do my proof copies through lulu.com, and I only uploaded the PDF to the site on 18th December. Six days to print it and deliver it is pretty impressive! It’s actually taken more time for Neilsen, the ISBN bureau, to add the details to their database (which they still have yet to do properly).
There are quite a few typographical errors — mostly the wrong font being used at various points, etc — which will need fixing.
But I am conscious that I have seen this text rather too many times. I wonder if anyone would care to help the project along by proof-reading a printed copy and sending in corrections? I can offer a free copy of the final hardback volume as payment, if that would help.