Here’s our latest catalog! I’d love to be able to say you can just click on the titles and order directly, but I can’t say that yet. However, most of the new titles here should be on the site, and you can always call, write and e-mail as you always have in the past.

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Big News – Big Changes – Addendum

Last catalog I mentioned Alice’s leaving and said it was complicated. I should have explained a bit more that it had nothing to do with our working relationship which has always been great. It had to do with her personal life and being away from her husband, Mike. Mike couldn’t find a job in our market and for Alice to be working for the peanuts we make around here just wouldn’t cut it. So, she decided she had to back to Seattle to live with her husband, a good choice.

The current political and social situation has made me very uneasy. I’m not happy with the way things seem to be going and I’m not sure I want to sit back and watch it happen. But my options are limited and I guess I just have to continue doing what I’ve always done – Keep on keepin’ on.

This year marks the 40th year since I first opened the store. On Saturday April 1 I’ll be having a party to celebrate my anniversary. We’ll have sales, giveaways, food and drink. If you’re in the area, stop by; we’d love to see you.


Clive Barker – Infernal Parade 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2017) Fantasy novella, it begins with the tale of a convicted criminal, Tom Requiem, who returns from the brink of death to restore both fear and a touch of awe to a complacent world. Tom becomes the leader of the eponymous “parade,” which ranges from the familiar precincts of North Dakota to the mythical city of Karantica. Golems, vengeful humans both living and dead, and assorted impossible creatures parade across these pages. The result is a series of highly compressed, interrelated narratives that are memorable, disturbing, and impossible to set aside. $30.00

Peter S. Beagle – In Calabria 1st Ed. HC (Tachyon 2017) One morning, an impossible visitor appears in Claudio Bianchi’s vineyard ; a breathtaking unicorn with a secret that will turn Claudio’s life upside down. $19.95

John Blackburn – The Bad Penny TPB (Valancourt 2014) Ordinary men and women are suddenly going mad, committing brutal and horrific killings before slaying themselves in equally gruesome ways. General Charles Kirk of British Foreign Intelligence thinks the case has something to do with the most evil man he has ever known: Tommy Ryde, a British spy who defected to the Nazis during World War II and who seemed to possess a strange hypnotic power. But Ryde died forty years ago – or did he? Kirk and his colleague Bill Easter are determined to find out. The trail takes them first to Berlin to seek answers from a notorious Nazi war criminal, then to an underwater search of a sunken U-boat off the Scottish coast, and finally to the torture chambers beneath a madman’s Gothic castle in Dartmoor, where they will come face to face with the living incarnation of evil . . . $15.99

Maurice Broaddus – Buffalo Soldier TPB (Tor 2017) Having stumbled onto a plot within his homeland of Jamaica, former espionage agent, Desmond Coke, finds himself caught between warring religious and political factions, all vying for control of a mysterious boy named Lij Tafari. Wanting the boy to have a chance to live a free life, Desmond assumes responsibility for him and they flee. But a dogged enemy agent remains ever on their heels, desperate to obtain the secrets held within Lij for her employer alone. $14.99

Lois McMaster Bujold – Penric and the Shaman 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2017) Young Lord Penric now wears the white robes of the Bastard’s Order, complete with shoulder braids marking him as a divine and sorcerer, while he pursues scholarly studies in the court of the Princess-Archdivine. His demon of disorder, Desdemona, is, of course, present, accounted for, and offering clever commentary, particularly when she grows bored. And so when a Locator of the Father’s Order shows up on the Archdivine’s threshold in need of a sorcerer for a journey and she volunteers Penric, at least Des is thrilled with the prospect of an adventure. As they travel into the mountains to locate Inglis, a shaman accused of murdering his best friend, the situation grows into a test for all of Penric’s developing talents. SIGNED Copies Available. $25.00

Ruthanna Emrys – Winter Tide : The Innsmouth Legacy #1 1st. Ed. HC (Tor 2017) After attacking Devil’s Reef in 1928, the U.S. Government rounded up the people of Innsmouth and took them to the desert, far from their ocean, their Deep One ancestors, and their sleeping god Cthulhu. Only Aphra and Caleb Marsh survived the camps, and they emerged without a past or a future. The government that stole Aphra’s life now needs her help. FBI agent Ron Spector believes that Communist spies have stolen dangerous magical secrets from Miskatonic University, secrets that could turn the Cold War hot in an instant, and hasten the end of the human race.

Aphra must return to the ruins of her home, gather scraps of her stolen history, and assemble a new family to face the darkness of human nature. $25.95

Neil Gaiman – Norse Mythologies HC (W.W. Norton 2017) A “novel” consisting of a series of myth-based stories of the primal beginnings of the Norse Gods and Legends. Always witty and clever, Gaiman gives us a new interpretation of some very old ideas. SIGNED copies available. $25.95

Elizabeth Hand – Fire plus… 1st Ed. TPB(PM 2017) Slim collection of four stories, an interview, an essay on Tom Disch and “On Becoming a Writer”. $13.00

Randy Henderson – Bigfootloose and Finn Fancy Free TPB (Tor 2017) Fantasy. Finn wants to start an arcane dating service using the Kin Finder to find one’s True Love. Sadly, trouble always seems to find Finn so when he agrees to help his friend, a Sasquatch named Sal, they walk right into a feyblood rebellion. $16.99

Kameron Hurley – The Stars Are Legion 1st Ed. HC (Saga 2017) “Somewhere on the outer rim of the universe, a mass of decaying world-ships known as the Legion is traveling the seams between the stars. Here in the darkness, a war for control of the Legion has been waged for generations, with no clear resolution. As worlds continue to die, a desperate plan is put into place….” $26.99

N.K. Jemisin – The Dreamblood Duology TPB (Orbit 2016) Contains two books – Killing Moon and The Shadowed Sun. $19.99

Gwynneth Jones – Proof of Concept TPB (Tor 2017) On a desperately overcrowded future Earth, crippled by climate change, the most unlikely hope is better than none. Governments turn to Big Science to provide them with the dreams that will keep the masses compliant. The Needle is one such dream, an installation where the most abstruse theoretical science is being tested: science that might make human travel to a habitable exoplanet distantly feasible. $14.99

Ellen Klages – Passing Strange TPB (Tor 2017) San Francisco 1940 : “Six women find their lives as tangled with each other’s as they are with the city they call home. They discover love and danger on the borders where magic, science, and art intersect. Inspired by the pulps, film noir, and screwball comedy, Passing Strange is a story as unusual and complex as San Francisco itself…” $14.99

Mur Lafferty – Six Wakes TPB (Orbit 2017) SF novel. In the depths of space, it’s pretty normal to wake up in a cloning vat. The streaks of blood, however? Not so much. Maria Arena has been cloned before. Usually when she awakens as a new clone, her first memory is of how she died. This time, she has no idea. Her memories are incomplete. And Maria isn’t the only one to have died recently…. $15.99

Fonda Lee – Exo 1st Ed. HC (Scholastic 2017) YA SF novel. An alien race rules Earth, a diplomat’s son Donavan falls into terrorist’s hands but bargaining doesn’t work. Donovan is now worth more dead than alive to the terrorists but his death could spark another war …. and Earth lost the last one. $17.99

Alison Littlewood – The Hidden People 1st Ed. HC (Jo Fletcher 2016) Dark Fantasy. “Unable to countenance the rumors surrounding his cousin’s murder – namely, that her husband burned her alive for being a “changeling” – Albie decides to go to the village of Halfoak to personally investigate. He finds an isolated and superstitious people who believe Lizzie’s husband acted properly. $26.99

(Lovecraft) John Llewellyn Probert – The Lovecraft Squad : All Hallows Horror 1st Ed. HC (Pegasus Books 2017) Created by Stephen Jones, this is a new series of pulpy fun with J. Edgar Hoover’s top secret organization, the Human Protection League as the only defense between us and the hideous creatures creatures created by H. P. Lovecraft! $25.95

Joe M. McDermott – The Fortress at the End of Time TPB (Tor 2017) Space Opera SF novel. $19.99

Seanan McGuire – Dusk or Dark or Dawn or Day TPB (Tor 2017) Ghost story of New York. “When her sister Patty died, Jenna blamed herself. When Jenna Died, she blamed herself for that, too. Unfortunately Jenn Died too soon. But something has come for the ghosts of New York, something beyond reason, beyond death, beyond hope.” $15.99

Anna-Marie McLemore – When the Moon Was Ours 1st Ed HC (Thomas Dunne Books 2016) An ethereal and beguiling story of love and magic. $18.99

Kim Newman – Anno Dracula 1899 and Other Stories TPB (Titan 2017) Collection of 19 wild stories with such characters as Jekyll & Hyde, Jack the Ripper, Edgar Allan Poe, Frankenstein’s Monster, Yokai, Martians and a Zombie Apocalypse, well, because…. Newman is always inventive and interesting. $14.95

Nnedi Okorafor – Binti Home TPB (Tor 2017) SF novella, sequel to the award-winning Binti.. $14.99

Reggie Oliver – Holidays from Hell (Tartarus 2017) Collection of stories the Devil and the Seven Deadly Sins go on holiday to an English seaside resort. And there are other visits to the seaside, which equally deserve Oliver’s suggestively ambiguous title of a ‘Holiday from Hell’, notably by a recently bereaved solicitor troubled by thoughts of mortality, and immortality in ‘The Rooms are High’. In ‘The Perfect Author’ a highly successful author at a seaside crime writing convention seems to be haunted by one of her less appealing creations. Plus 12 other stories. One of 500 SIGNED copies. $49.95

Ada Palmer – Too Like the Lightning TPB (Tor 2017) First paperback edition of this intricate and mesmerizing SF novel. $15.99

Sarah Pinborough – The Death House TPB (Titan 2015) “Toby’s life was perfectly normal…until it was unravelled by something as simple as a blood test. Taken from his family, Toby now lives in the Death House; an out-of-time existence far from the modern world, where he, and the others who live there, are studied by Matron and her team of nurses. Creepy. $14.95

Christopher Priest – The Space Machine TPB (Valancourt 2016) A time-travel story in tribute to H.G. Wells. Ina far-flung future with weird vegetation and overseen by giant, long-legged machines operated by gruesome octopus-like creatures, a Victorian couple trapped in this place must find a way to survive. $17.99

Christopher Priest – A Dream of Wessex TPB (Valancourt 2016) “The western democracies are disintegrating, scarred by violence and gripped with fear of terrorist attacks…” Sound familiar? Classic SF novel that will keep you guessing to the very end. $16.99

Philip Ridley – In the Eyes of Mr. Fury TPB (Valancourt 2016) On the day Concord Webster turned eighteen, the Devil died. The Devil’s real name was Judge Martin, but Concord’s mother called him the Devil. She said he boiled babies for dinner and made lampshades out of human skin. So why did she, who hated him so venomously, have a key to his house?

The key will unlock more than just Judge’s front door. It will also unlock a multitude of stories – where magic children talk to crows, men disappear in piles of leaves, and James Dean lookalikes kiss in dark alleys – and reveal a secret history that will change Concord’s life forever. $18.99

Archie Roy – Devil in the Darkness TPB (Valancourt 2016) Two newlyweds are stranded on their way to their honeymoon in the Scottish highlands. Ardvreck House, home to a century-old evil refuses to give up it’s long-buried secret – the devil in the darkness. Obscure horror/suspense from 1978. $14.99

Matt Ruff – Lovecraft Country TPB (Harper Perennial 2017) A Lovecraftian story. A chimerical blend of magic, power , hope, and freedom that stretches across time, touching diverse members of two black families, this is a devastating kaleidoscopic portrait of racism – the terrifying spectra that still haunts us today. Highly recommended. $15.99

John Scalzi – Miniatures : The Very Short Fiction 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2017) Collection of 18 short-short stories. SIGNED and numbered of 1500 copies. $40.00

Clark Ashton Smith – The Hieroglyph TPB (Night Shade Books 2017) First paperback edition of this collection of Fantasy & Horror stories. $17.99

Norman Spinrad – The People’s Police 1st Ed. HC (Tor 2017) Martin Luther Martin is a hard-working New Orleans cop who has come up from the gangland of Alligator Swamp through hard work. When he has to serve his own eviction notice, he decides he’s had enough and agrees to spearhead a police strike. Brothel owner and entrepreneur J. B. Lafitte finds himself in a tight spot when his whorehouse in the Garden District goes into foreclosure. The fat cats responsible for the real estate collapse after Katrina didn’t differentiate between social strata or vocation. $27.99
Peter Straub – Interior Darkness : Selected Stories TPB (Anchor Books 2016) 16 stories from various collections including three new, previously uncollected, stories.

Charles Stross – Empire Games 1st Ed. HC (Tor 2017) A new novel in the Merchant Princes Multiverse. The year is 2020. It’s seventeen years since the Revolution overthrew the last king of the New British Empire, and the newly-reconstituted North American Commonwealth is developing rapidly, on course to defeat the French and bring democracy to a troubled world. But Miriam Burgeson, commissioner in charge of the shadowy Ministry of Intertemporal Research and Intelligence—the paratime espionage agency tasked with catalyzing the Commonwealth’s great leap forward—has a problem. For years, she’s warned everyone: “The Americans are coming.” Now their drones arrive in the middle of a succession crisis.

In another timeline, the U.S. has recruited Miriam’s own estranged daughter to spy across timelines in order to bring down any remaining world-walkers who might threaten national security.

Two nuclear superpowers are set on a collision course. Two increasingly desperate paratime espionage agencies try to find a solution to the first contact problem that doesn’t result in a nuclear holocaust. And two women—a mother and her long-lost daughter—are about to find themselves on opposite sides of the confrontation. $25.99

Steve Rasnic Tem – Ubo 1st Ed. TPB (Solaris 2017) “Daniel is trapped in Ubo. He has no idea how long he has been imprisoned there by the roaches.” So begins a unique and disquieting story by an underrated writer. $14.99

New Anthologies

Ellen Datlow (ed) – Black Feathers : Dark Avian Tales : An Anthology 1st Ed. HC (Pegasus Crime 2017) Birdie Horror by Seanan McGuire, Paul Tremblay, Joyce Carol Oates, Jeffrey Ford, Alison Littlewood, others. $25.95

David Potts (ed) – David Brin Presents Chasing Shadows : Visions of Our Coming Transparent World HC (Tor 2017) Features essays by Neal Stephenson, Bruce Sterling, Robert J. Sawyer, Vernor Vinge, William Gibson and many others. Covering such subjects as Internet Privacy, Revenge Porn, The NSA, Edward Snowden, questions are asked like “has Big Brother finally come to pass”. Especially apt for today’s climate. $29.99

Jane Yolen & Adam Stemple – The Seelie King’s War 1st Ed. HC (Viking 2016) Third book of the Fantasy trilogy after The Hostage Prince and The Last Changeling. $17.99

Brian Stableford – Scientific Romance : An International Anthology of Pioneering Science Fiction TPB (Dover 2017) Includes Poe, Stockton, Bierce, Hodgson, Doyle, London, and many other less well-known folks. $14.95

Lisa Yaszek / Patrick B. Sharp (ed) – Sisters of Tomorrow : The First Women of Science Fiction TPB (Wesleyan University Press 2016 A mixture of fiction (C. L. Moore, Amelia Reynolds Long), poetry (Virginia Kidd, Leah Bodine Drake, Tigrina), Journalists, Editors, Artists and Biography. A fascinating look at women from the early history of SF who generally toiled in obscurity and many of which have continued in obscurity. A very welcome look at some very important contributors to SF. $29.95

Pulps and Pulp Related

The Shadow #114 Double novels including Death by Proxy and Loot of Death. Plus a new historical essay by Will Murray. $14.95New Graphic Novels

Neil Gaiman / Shane Oakley – Forbidden Brides of the Faceless Slaves in the Secret House of the Night of Dread Desire HC (Dark Horse 2017) “The author wants to write serious nonfiction (sic): stories about frail women in nightgowns, mysterious bumps in the night, and the undead rising to collect old debts. But he keeps getting interrupted by the everyday annoyances of talking ravens, duels to the death, and his sinister butler.” SIGNED copies available. $17.99

New Magazines

The Digest Enthusiast #5 (January 2017) Interview with Bill Crider, Reviews of old and new books, articles on The Magazine of Horror from the 60s and 70s, Ellery Queen, more. $9.95

Illustration #55 Features Don Maitz, Charles Clarence Dawson, Mark Twain and Dan Beard in the Court of King Arthur, new, reviews, more. $15.00

Lovecraft Annual #9 (2015) Essays and articles on Lovecraft by Kenneth Faig, David Schultz, S.T. Joshi, and others plus HPLs letters to Marian F. Bonner. $15.00

Lovecraft Annual #10 (2016) Essays and articles on Lovecraft by Kenneth Faig, Duncan Norris, Tom Miller and HPLs postcards to Jonathan Hoag. $15.00

New Film, Television, and Media-related Books & Magazines

Armin Junge (ed) – Banzai : Japanese Cult Movie Posters TPB (Creepy Images 2016) Oversize trade paperback filled with amazing Japanese movie posters with sections like Bad Girls, Tough Guys, Horror, Mondo, Shocking, and Science Fiction & Fantasy. Highly recommended. $45.00

Eric McNaughton & Darrell Buxton (ed) – Unsung Horrors TPB (Buzzy Krotick 2016) Huge (450 page) oversize film encyclopedia of some of the lesser known or somewhat neglected horror films from the publishers of the UK magazine We Belong Dead. Full colour throughout. Very heavy; extra foreign shipping applies. $49.95

HorrorHound #63 Underworld : Bloodwars / Resident Evil / Stranger Things / News & Reviews. $6.99

Used & Rare Hardcovers and Trade Paperbacks

Bloch, Robert – Lori reprint. TPB (IDW 2009) Horror Thriller novel. Fine. $6.00

Burroughs, Edgar Rice – Tarzan and the Tarzan Twins 1st Ed. HC (Canaveral 1963) Scarce later Tarzan adventure. Ex-Library copy with card pocket, tape on boards. Jacket has stickers. Good only. $10.00

Bryant, Edward – Author’s Choice Monthly Issue 7 1st Ed. TPB (Pulphouse 1990) Collection of 3 SF novellas. SIGNED and dated “8/20/91” with a drawing of a spaceship. Near fine. $12.00

Cave, Hugh B. – The Door Below 1st Ed. HC (Fedogan & Bremer 1997) Large colleciton of Weird and Supernatural fiction. Issued in a signed and numbered edition of 100, this is a “PC” or “publisher’s copy”, SIGNED by Cave and illustrator Alan M. Clark but not numbered. Fine in jacket and slipcase. $80.00

Chandler, A Bertram / Hoffman, Lee – Up To the Sky / In and Out of Quandry 1st Ed. HC (NESFA 1982) Two SF collections, bound dos-y-dos like an Ace Double. Published to coincide with the two authors appearing at the 40th World Science Fiction Convention as Guests of Honor. Fine in near fine jacket. $12.00

de Camp, L. Sprague – Literary Swordsmen and Sorcerers : The Makers of Heroic Fantasy 1st Ed. HC (Arkham House 1976) History/biographies of some of Fantasy literature’s biggest authors: Lovecraft, Tolkien, Eddison, Howard, Dunsany, CAS, others. Fine in jacket. $15.00

Derleth, August – Harrigan’s File 1st Ed HC (Arkham House 1975) Collection of all of Derleth’s Science Fiction. Fine in jacket. $15.00

(Dracula) Miller, Elizabeth – Dracula : Sense & Nonsense 1st Ed. HC (Desert Island Books 2000) Book debunking various misconceptions about Bram Stocker and his immortal creation Count Dracula. Near fine in lightly rubbed jacket. $20.00

Effinger, George Alec – Author’s Choice Monthly Issue 1 1st Ed. TPB (Pulphouse 1989) Collection of (humorous) SF stories. Effinger comes highly recommended by me. SIGNED and inscribed “To Jim, with best wishes”. VG; edges browned. $12.00
Kesterton, David – The Darkling 1st Ed. HC (Arkham House 1982) Science Fantasy novel. Fine in jacket. $15.00

Kuttner, Henry – Robots Have No Tails reprint. TPB (Planet Stories Library / Paizo 2009) Collection of 5 stories with the original intro by C.L. Moore and a new one by F. Paul Wilson. Fine, unread copy. $ 6.00

Lansdale, Joe R. – Hot in December 1st Ed. TPB (Dark Regions 2013) Psychological thriller. SIGNED on title page. New copies (published at $14.95) only $ 9.00

Pelan, John – Darkness, My Old Friend 1st Ed. HC (Fedogan & Bremer 2016) Collection of Horror stories. Review copy with materials laid in and stamped “Review Copy” on title page. Fine in jacket. $20.00

Pulver, Joseph S. – Blood Will Have Its Season 1st. TPB (Hippocampus 2009) Collection of Dark Fantasy stories, prose-poems and poems. Near fine. $8.00
Shepard, Lucius – The Ends of the Earth 1st Ed. HC (Arkham House 1991) Collection of fourteen stories illustrated by J.K. Potter. $15.00

Wellman, Manly Wade – After Dark HC (Doubleday 1980) A novel of Silver John. Book club edition. VG in jacket. $6.00

Used & Rare Hardcover and Trade Paperback Anthologies

Asimov, Isaac / Greenberg, Martin, Waugh, Charles (ed) – The Seven Deadly and Cardinal Virtues of Science Fiction 1st thus. HC (Bonanza Books 1982) Two paperback originals published in hardcover for the first time. Includes Vance, Zelazny, Clarke, Spinrad, many others. VG; pages edges browning; in jacket. $8.00

Used and Rare Paperbacks

Collier, John – Defy the Foul Fiend (Penguin 1948) Sardonically humorous novel about a love affair that flames then flames out. GVG; bottle rings on cover. $6.00

Price, E. Hoffman – Operation Isis 1st Ed. (Del Rey 1987) SF novel; Space Opera by an old Pulp Master. PBO. Fine unread copy. $6.00

Price, E. Hoffman – Operation Exile 1st Ed. (Del Rey 1986) SF novel; Space Opera by an old Pulp Master. PBO. Fine unread copy. $6.00

Price, E. Hoffman – Operation Misfit 4th printing. (Del Rey 1987) SF novel; Space Opera by an old Pulp Master. PBO. Fine unread copy. $6.00

Price, E. Hoffman – Operation Longlife 1st Ed. (Del Rey 1983) SF novel; Space Opera by an old Pulp Master. PBO. Fine unread copy. $6.00

Smith, Guy N. – Entombed 1st Ed. (Dell 1987) Horror novel. VGF. $6.00

Tenn, William – The Human Angle 3rd. (Ballantine 1968) Collection of early SF stories. $6.00

Tenn, William – Of All Possible Worlds 3rd (Ballantine 1968) Collection of wonderful SF stories. VG. $6.00

Tenn, William – Of Men and Monsters 1st Ed. (Ballantine 1968) SF novel, his first. PBO. VG; scrape on upper front cover. $6.00

Tenn, William – The Seven Sexes 1st Ed. (Ballantine 1968) Collection of brilliant SF stories. PBO. VG. $6.00

Tenn, William – The Wooden Star 1st Ed. (Ballantine 1968) Collection of SF stories. PBO. GVG; water stain. $6,00

Tiptree Jr, James – Ten Thousand Light-Years From Home 2nd. (Ace 1973/8) Collection of great SF stories. PBO. GVG; damp-wrinkled; cover creases. $5.00

Tiptree Jr, James – Warm Worlds And Otherwise 1st Ed. (Ballantine 1975) Collection of 12 SF stories. PBO. VGF; minor interior browning. $8.00

Used and Rare Magazines (Digests unless otherwise stated)

Analog Science Fact /Fiction Oct 1960 Mack Reynolds, Randall Garrett. VG. $4.00
Analog Science Fact /Fiction Nov 1962 H. Beam Piper, pt.1 Space Viking Fine. $4.00
Analog Science Fact /Fiction Dec 1962 H. Beam Piper, pt.2 Space Viking VGF. $4.00
Analog Science Fact /Fiction Jan 1963 H. Beam Piper, pt.3 Space Viking VGF. $4.00
Analog Science Fact /Fiction Feb 1963 H. Beam Piper, pt.4 Space Viking VG. $4.00
Analog Science Fact /Fiction Apr 1965 Schmitz, Herbert (Prophet of Dune) VG $4.00
Analog Science Fact /Fiction May 1965 Schmitz, Herbert (Prophet Dune) VG $4.00
Analog Science Fact /Fiction Jun 1965 Garrett, Anvil, Herbert NF. $4.00

Astounding Science Fiction Apr 1944 Simak, van Vogt, Leiber. VG. $10.00
Astounding Science Fiction Feb 1945 Oadgett (Kuttner), Leiber. VG; tiny chip at heel. $10.00
Astounding Science Fiction Mar 1945. Leiber, Geo. O. Smith, F.B. Long. VG. $10.00
Astounding Science Fiction Dec 1946 Russell, van Vogt. VGF. $10.00
Astounding Science Fiction Dec 1946 Russell, van Vogt. VG $8.00
Astounding Science Fiction Oct 1948 Sturgeon, van Vogt. VG; chip at head of spine. $10.00
Astounding Science Fiction Feb 1949 Padgett (Kuttner), Stewart (Pohl/Williamson)VG  $10.00
Astounding Science Fiction Mar 1949 de Camp, Clement. VG; right upper corner chip. $7.00
Astounding Science Fiction Sep 1949 Poul Anderson, de Camp, Clarke. VG. $8.00
Astounding Science Fiction Apr 1950 L. Ron Hubbard, van Vogt. VG; chipped at staple. $7.00
Astounding Science Fiction Apr 1951 Piper, Gallun, Williamson, Fredric Brown. VG. $6.00
Astounding Science Fiction Jan 1952 Kornbluth, Vance, del Rey. VGF. $6.00
Astounding Science Fiction Jul 1951 Schmitz, Williamson, de Camp, MacLean. VGF. $6.00
Astounding Science Fiction Feb 1952 Tenn, Blish, Dickson, Bixby. VG; chipping. $6.00
Astounding Science Fiction Jun 1957 Garrett, Anderson, Leinster. VG; small cover nick. $3.00
Astounding Science Fiction Aug 1960 Poul Anderson, Mack Reynolds, Brunner. VG. $ 3.00
Astounding Science Fiction Sep 1960 Poul Anderson, Asimov. VG. $ 3.00

Fantasy Tales – British Digest/ Semi-Pro Zine Includes fiction by many of the UK’s best Horror and Dark Fantasy authors. All copies are Near Fine or better.

#1 Summer 1977 Campbell, Moorcock, Lumley, Bulmer, others. $8.00
#2 Winter 1977 Campbell, Karl Wagner, Lumley, Adrian Cole, others. $6.00
#3 Summer 1978 Lumley, Denys Val Baker, John Wysocki, others. $6.00
#4 Spring 1979 H. Warner Munn, Karl Wagner, Adrian Cole, others. $6.00
#5 Winter 1979 Munn, Lovecraft/Lumley, Randall Garrett, others. $6.00
#6 Summer 1980 Manly Wade Wellman, Lumley, Munn, Don Herron, others. $6.00
#7 Spring 1981 Campbell, Wagner, Peter Tremayne, Darrell Schweitzer, others. $6.00
#8 Summer 1981 Dennis Etchison, Hugh Cave, Lumley, Mooney, others. $5.00
#10 Summer 1982 Ramsey Campbell, Manly Wade Wellman, others. $5.00
#11 Winter 1982 H. Warner Munn, Peter Tremayne, Lansdale, Joel Lane, others $5.00
#12 Winter 1983 Etchison, Bloch, Jessica Salmonson, Robert E. Howard, others. $5.00
#13 Winter 1984 Bloch, Grant, William F. Nolan, Steve Rasnic Tem, others. $5.00
#15 Winter 1985 Fritz Leiber, Charles Grant, Adrian Cole, Frances Garfield, others. $5.00

Imagination April 1953 Rog Phillips, Daniel Galouye and RICHARD SHAVER. VGF $4.00

The Third Alternative (British large format SF magazine) All are VGF. $5.00 each
#8 (Digest size) Autumn 1995) Nicholas Royale, Joel Lane, Allen Ashley.
#11 (Winter 96/97) Geoff Ryman, Conrad Williams, Justina Robson
#12 (1997) Ian McEwan, Rhys Hughes, Joel Lane, Tim Lees. VG condition; folds.
#13 (1997) JG Ballard, Nicholas Royale, Peter Crowther/Lames Lovegrove.
#16 (1998) Christopher Priest, James Lovegrove, Paul Finch, Nicholas Roeg (films)
#17 (1998) Steve Rasnic Tem, Jeff Vandermeer, Joel Lane, Conrad Williams. Vonnegut.
#18 (1999) Greg Egan (profile), Joyce Carol Oates (interview), Stephen King (mention).
#19 (1999) Michael Marshall Smith, Alasdair Gray, Roman Polanski.
#20 (1999) Moorcock (interview), Ian Watson, Liz Williams, Tim Lees, Cronenberg (films).
#21 (1999) Jonathan Carroll (interview), Kim Newman(interview), Hong Kong Cinema.
#22 (2000) William Gibson, Tony Ballantine, A Rhys Hughes laid in supplement, Ed Wood.
#23 (2000) Peter Straub (interview), Graham Joyce, M. John Harrison, Mark Morris.
#24 (2000) Paul McAuley, Charlee Jacob, Douglas Coupland (interview).
#25 (2000) Peter Crowther, Conrad Williams, Tim Lees. China Mieville (interview)
#26 (2001) Michael Powell (films), Paul McAuley, Jon Grimwood, James Lovegrove.
#28 (2001) Graham Joyce, James Van Pelt, Christopher Fowler on film, Tim Burton.
#29 (2002) Steve Aylett, M. John Harrison, Christopher Fowler, Brothers Quay.
#30 (2002) Alan Moore, Mark Morris, The Coen Brothers, Ian Watson, Robert Wexler.
#31 (2002) Alan Moore, Jeffrey Ford, Michael Marshall Smith, Christopher Fowler.
#32 (2002) Neil Gaiman (interview), Graham Joyce, Briand Hodge, Joel Lane.
#33 (2003) Brian Aldiss (Interview & story), Brian Hodge, Mary Soon Lee.
#34 (2003) Christopher Fowler (horror films), James Sallis, Eric Brown, Leslie What.
#35 (2003) John Connolly, China Mieville, Ian Watson, Jay Lake.
#36 (2003) Lucisu Shepard, Sam Raimi (feature).

March WHITE SALE (We need to get rid of some books and I hope you’re interested in getting some bargains. Quantities are very limited.)

Gautier, Theophile – Clarimonde and Other Stories 1st Ed. HC (Tartarus 2011) Large collection of Supernatural and Strange stories. Only 300 copies produced. Was $60. $40.00 

Oliver, Reggie – Flowers of the Sea 1st Ed. HC (Tartarus 2013) Large collection of Ghost and Supernatural stories (13 stories, two novellas). Only 400 copies produced. Was $65. $45.00



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By email: If you prefer to order via email, we would be happy to keep your credit card information on file at the store, so you don’t have to email it to us. Or you can email to reserve books and confirm availability, then mail payment.

By mail: Please include your shipping address and a list of the books you’re ordering, plus payment or credit card information. Mail to DreamHaven Books, 2301 E. 38th St., Minneapolis, MN, 55406 page15image6928

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We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, money orders (US$ only) or checks (US$ only). Orders paid by check may be held until the check clears. For credit card orders, we require the card number, expiration date, 3-digit or 4-digit security code, and billing address of the cardholder. 7.75% sales tax within Minnesota.

Shipping within the U.S.
Shipping is $7.50 for any size order. This pays for insured shipping via USPS media mail insured. Rush shipping (priority mail, UPS 3-day, UPS 2-day, UPS overnight) will be more expensive. Your order will be carefully packed in a carton. Our preferred shipper is the US Postal Service. If you’re not home during the day, we would be happy to ship your order to your workplace or other alternate address.

Shipping outside the U.S.
Your order will be carefully packed in a carton. You will be charged exact shipping. The U.S. Postal Service has eliminated all surface mail services. Only airmail shipping (Priority Mail) is currently available.