The hardcover version costs $150/£80. After selling off a batch of these to libraries, we can hope that CUP will seriously consider issuing a less expensive soft cover version (and, reportedly, an e-book too).
The final component of the Handbook experience – the website – is also now ready. It has some useful features:
- You can search the entire text of the book, making it the most searchable printed book available.
- You can search the references and download them in a variety of formats.
- There is a forum for people to discuss the chapters (and phonology in general). Please encourage your students to use it!
- It has additional material (e.g., ‘further reading’ lists that many authors have provided, errata, etc.). There may eventually be other things available related to each chapter (e.g., handouts, related papers, teaching materials, webpage links, audio, video…).
Thanks to Handbook editor Paul de Lacy for putting such extraordinary work into this!