Hermetic Press has recently published "Paul Curry's World's Beyond," a book I had the pleasure of working on with Stephen Minch. It gathers together a ton of material from this great thinker.
Jamy Ian Swiss gave the book an excellent review in the November Genii.
My only concern is whether or not newcomers to magic will know Curry's name, since he died in the mid-1980s. Sure, they probably know "Out of this World," but they probably are not even familiar with another Curry classic, "Touch" (probably one of the most frequently ripped-off tricks of all time).
Will the book, or any book like this, sell well?
So -- do you think it's worth a publisher's time, money and effort to publish a book by someone, not exactly a household name, an amateur, who has been dead for more than 15 years?