Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, (1976). First edition. Fine in a fine dustwrapper. Includes "The Chaste Planet" by John Updike.
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Chicago: Ziff-Davis, 1949. Volume 23. Number 2. Some minor edgewear, else a near fine copy in wrappers. Issue Includes, "The Venomous Girdle," by Lester Barclay and, "The Insane Planet," by Alexander Blade.
Chicago: Ziff-Davis, 1946. Volume 20. Number 3. Some edgewear, else a very good copy in wrappers. Issue includes, "Agharti," by Heinrich Hauser and, "Luder Valley," by Richard S. Shaver.
Chicago: Ziff-Davis, 1948. Volume 22. Number 11. Some edgewear and soiling on the wraps, else about very good in wrappers.
Chicago: Ziff-Davis, 1946. Volume 20. Number 7. Some minor tears around the edges, else a near fine copy in wrappers. Issue includes, "The Green Man," by Harold M. Sherman.
Michigan: Anchor Bay, 1999. First edition. About fine in original plastic with slight soiling. Copy 8982 or 10000. A limited edition of the VHS release of The Black Hole featuring reproductions of nine original lobby cards, written interviews, cast and crew bios, and a 48 page collector's book in a....
New York: The Marchbanks Press, . Approximately 11" x 16". Printed on rag paper with deckled edges. Fine. Advertisement for two pays, The Traveling Man by Lady Gregory and The Maker of Dreams: A Fantasy by Oliphant Down. OCLC locates no copies.
Dewsbury: Dawson & Son, Printers, 1901. Large broadside. Approximately 9.75" x 30". Printed in blue ink in several type sizes. Several old horizontal folds, one short tear, and modest chips yo the right margin affecting no text, very good. Broadside for a play apparently created to capitalize on the vampire...
Chicago: Ziff-Davis, 1946. Volume 8, Number 4. tears at the edges, spine worn, else a very good copy in wrappers. Issue includes, "Minions of the Tiger," by Chester S. Geier and, "A Voice From Beyond," by John P. Lenahan.
London: Atlas Publishing & Distributing Company, 1952. First English edition. Thin quarto. Due to a printer's error one page is a bit oversize, and has suffered a chip affecting the very edge of a letter or two, but removing no text, cheap paper is a bit browned as usual, else...
Glassboro, New Jersey: 1983. Convention program. Octavo. 64pp. Stapled illustrated green wrappers. Tiny splash mark on front wrap else fine. The program for the 1983 Eastcon Annual Gaming Convention, Trade Show and Art Exhibition held at Glassboro State College in Glassboro, New Jersey. The show brought together role playing, war...
Brooklyn: Gryphon Publications, 1994. First edition. Stapled wrappers. 30pp. Fine. Featuring: Alien Nightmares by Steve Perry, Hollywood Starr with Brenda Starr, House of Horrors, The Dreaming Trees, and more. Laid in are four pulp trading cards: Weird Tales, April 1933 and November 1942, and Horror Stories/Terror Tales: May/June, 1939 and August/September 1938.
New York: Specific Fiction Corp. 1954. Digest size illustrated wrappers. Small name stamp of a minor science-fiction writer on first page, pages a trifle browned, else about fine.
Portland, Oregon: Science Fiction Review, 1975. Octavo. Illustrated pink wrappers. Near fine. Includes letters from Robert Bloch, Poul Anderson, Philip Jose Farmer, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Harlan Ellison, and others.
Garden City, New York: Science Fiction Book Club, 1972-1974. First editions. Fine single sheet folded twice. A set of six advertising pamphlets promoting upcoming books in the Science Fiction Book Club with dustjacket art work from the following: Edgar Rice Burrough's Thuvia, Maid of Mars & The Chessmen of Mars...
Mercer Island, Washington: Starmont House, 1991. First edition of this facsimile printing, hardcover issue. Glazed boards. Fine. The hardcover issue is uncommon. Starmont Facsimile Fiction #12.
Danbury, Connecticut: Rutledge Books, (2002). First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. Signed by the author. Also laid in is a letter from the author, presenting the book, and revealing that the publisher, after sending a number of copies to libraries, went out of business, and very few of the 1000...
London: Hamish Hamilton, (1989). First edition. Fine in a near fine dustwrapper with light rubbing and edgewear.
(New York): Oxford University Press, 2003. First edition. Fine in an about fine dustwrapper with rubbing.
New York: McClure, 1908. First edition. Painted spine lettering worn away, some rubbing to the front board lettering and illustration, else a very good copy. In Bleiler.
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1979. First American edition. Translated from the Spanish by Gregory Rabassa. Fine with pencil owner name in near fine dustwrapper with some rubbing and a few nick at the edges.
Paterson, New Jersey: Lorecraft, N.J., (1940). First edition. Some mottling on the boards else near fine in near fine dustwrapper. Clipping and two printed promotional cards for book laid in. Jacket illustrated by Charles Zingaro. Fable about a college man who accidentally kills his older mistress' husband and is visited...
London: Faber and Faber, (1971). Revised. Fine in near fine dustwrapper. Sixteen stories and a new introduction.
Norwalk, Connecticut: The Easton Press, 1991. First edition. Illustrated by Frank Mayo Fine in full leather with gold stamping, page edges gilt, silk ribbon bookmark, silk endpapers. Unused bookplate, printed by The Easton Press, is affixed to the dedication page. Signed.
New York: Atheneum, 1990. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper.