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If you’re not already aware of it, we do a regular catalog of new, used and rare items.  Once upon a time it was all paper, but we send it out as an e-mail these days as well. If you’d like to be on our mailing list, please drop us a note!  The new books in the catalog are likely to be available here on the site, but we have limited numbers of the used books and will not be adding them to the site.  If you’re interested in ordering, please e-mail us at dream@dreamhavenbooks.com or call at (612) 823-6161.

Thanks for reading and happy browsing!

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NOISE
Big News – Big Changes

Alice is leaving.  It’s a complicated situation but the simple explanation is that things just haven’t worked out after nearly two years. It’s been a pleasure having her here and it’s certainly made my life easier but sometimes life has other ideas. I’m working on other plans and as they happen I’ll let everyone know.

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.  What shape the whole event will take is still up in the air but I aim to make it a memorable one.

I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season and I’m (warily) looking forward to 2017.

Cheers,
Greg

New Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror 

Johann Valentin Andreae – The Chemical Wedding by Christian Rosencreutz TPB (Small Beer Press) A new edition celebrating the 400th anniversary of one of the most outlandish stories in Western literature, with an Introduction, copious footnotes, and an end note from John Crowley and new illustrations from Theo Fadel.    $16.00

Bradley P. Beaulieu and Rob Ziegler – The Burning Light TPB (Tor.com) Something called the Light has hit the streets of the flooded relic of New Your City like an epidemic, leavings its users strung out and disconnected from the mind-network humanity relies on. Colonel Chu is determined to end this threat or die trying.   $14.99

Lauren Beukes – Slipping: Stories, Essays and Other Writing TPB (Tachyon Pubs) An edgy and satiric retrospective collection, with 21 stories and 5 essays that range from Johannesburg to across the galaxy. A Punk Lolita fighter-pilot rescues Tokyo from a marauding art installation. A young architect’s life is derailed by an inquisitive girl who happens to be a ghost. Unwitting recruits discover biohazardous plants on an inhospitable planet.     $15.95

John Blackburn – A Ring of Roses TPB (Valancourt Books) A young boy goes missing in East Germany, then returns to England with a case of bubonic plague, the first outbreak in centuries. Is it a natural mutation, Soviet germ warfare, or something even more sinister?    $15.99

James S. A. Corey – Babylon’s Ashes HC (Orbit) The final war has started. The protomolecule, fairly quiescent since the opening of the gates, has identified its enemy and is arming itself for battle. Holden and his allies are faced with the decision of whether to blow the gates, trapping humanity in beads of disconnected worlds, or engage in a battle that they can only lose no matter who wins. Book Six in the Expanse series.     $27.00

James S. A. Corey – Caliban’s War Limited Edition HC (Subterranean Press) Limited to 574 numbered copies, signed by Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. 443 pages. Second book in the Expanse series. In the vast wilderness of space, James Holden and the crew of the Rocinante have been keeping the peace for the Outer Planets Alliance. When they agree to help a scientist search war-torn Ganymede for a missing child, the future of humanity rests on whether a single ship can prevent an alien invasion that may have already begun . . .   $75.00

Bob Garcia and Joe Desris – Batman: A Celebration of the Classic TV Series HC (Titan Books) A lavish oversized hardcover tribute to the camp TV show from the 1960’s. Classic images, rare stills, photography and production art join articles and interviews for a detailed and in-depth look at the show that inspired generations. SIGNED by both authors.    $50.00

Alex Hamilton – Beam of Malice TPB (Valancourt Books) First published in 1966, these 15 stories are some of Hamilton’s finest and most unsettling tales. His horrors spring from the familiar, with people finding their lives inexplicably invaded by bizarre occurrences.     $16.99

Maria Dahvana Headley – Magonia TPB (Harpercollins ) Aza has always suffered from a lung disease, and when she sees a ship in the sky her family chalks it up to her medication. Until she is found by a world of trading ships up above the clouds, finds a new home and family there, faces an upcoming war between Magonia and Earth, and her place in it.   $9.99

Maria Dahvana Headley – Aerie HC (Harpercollins) Aza Ray is back on earth. Her boyfriend, Jason, is overjoyed. Her family is healed. Part of Aza still yearns for the clouds, no matter how much she loves the people on the ground. When Jason’s paranoia over Aza’s safety causes him to make a terrible mistake, Aza must travel to the edge of the world in search of a legendary weapon, the Flock, in a journey through fire and identity that will transform her forever.    $17.99

Gerald Kersh – The Great Wash TPB (Valancourt Books) Journalist George Oaks and Albert Kemp, a mystery novelist, are on their way to meet the celebrated philosopher Dr. Monacelli. But a clerical mix-up leads to their meeting the American gangster Monty Cello instead, and Oaks and Kemp find themselves caught up in a bizarre plot involving a murdered reporter, a missing scientist, and a group of powerful madmen. First published in 1953.     $14.99

Cassandra Khaw – Hammers on Bone TPB (Tor.com) John Persons is a private investigator, hired by a ten-year-old to kill the kid’s stepdad. The man in question is abusive, abrasive, and abominable. He’s also a monster, which makes Persons the perfect thing to hunt him.    $10.99

Harry Kressing – The Cook TPB (Valancourt Books) Conrad, nearly seven feet tall, gaunt, and dressed all in black, arrives in the town of Cobb. He secures a job as cook for the wealthy Hill family, winning their hearts and stomachs. But Conrad has a sinister, inscrutable plan.     $15.99

Henry Kuttner – Man Drowning HC (Centipede Press) A noir tale if ever there was one, the downward spiral of a man with anger and obsession problems, and the woman he’s obsessed with. First published in 1952, this new edition has an Introduction by Bill Crider and cover artwork by Ron Lesser.     $35.00

Joel Lane – This Spectacular Darkness HC (Tartarus Press) A collection of Lane’s intriguing essays about leading figures in twentieth-century dark literature, including H.P. Lovecraft, Thomas Ligotti, Fritz Leiber and Robert Aickman. They are characterised by his profound insight, high critical standards and his keen allegiance to this fiction.     $49.95

Silvia Moreno-Garcia – Certain Dark Things HC (Thomas Dunne Books) Welcome to Mexico City, an oasis in a sea of vampires. Domingo is a trash-picking street kid, just trying to get by, when he meets Atl, the descendant of Aztec blood drinkers, and is completely smitten. But Atl’s problems lead to danger for the whole city.   $25.99

Laurie Penny – Everything Belongs to the Future TPB (Tor.com) In the ancient heart of Oxford University, the ultra-rich celebrate their vastly extended lifespans. But scruffy anarchists sharing living space with an ever-shifting cast of crusty punks and lost kids have a few surprises in store for them.. Along with the scientist who invented the longevity treatment.     $11.99

Cindy Pon – Sacrifice HC (Month 9 Books) The story begun in Serpentinecontinues as Skybright is plunged into the terrifying Underworld, while Stone must find a way to close hell’s breach before more mortals die. A YA book that will interest all ages.     $23.99
Also available:  Serpentine, HC   $23.99

Terry Pratchett – The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories HC (Doubleday UK) This is the UK edition.  US hardcover will be coming out in January 2017. Fourteen fantastically funny stories from a master storyteller, full of food fights, pirates, wizards and crooks!   $21.95

Andy Remic – The Iron Beast TPB (Tor.com) Third in the Song For No Man’s Land trilogy. A war is being waged in an impossible world. The Skogsgra and the Naravelle have launched their final offensive, and Private Jones and his companions are caught in the melee. 172 pages. $14.99

Brandon Sanderson – Arcanum Unbounded: the Cosmere Collection HC (Tor Books) Nine works of short fiction gathered from Tor.com and elsewhere explore the worlds of Elantris, Mistborn, Taldain and Threnody, along with essays and illustrations. Includes the Stormlight Archive novella “Edgedancer,” new for this publication. 672 pages.     $27.99

Delia Sherman – The Evil Wizard Smallbone HC (Candlewick Press) When twelve-year-old Nick runs away from his uncle’s in the middle of a blizzard, he stumbles onto a very opinionated bookstore. He also meets its guardian, the self-proclaimed Evil Wizard Smallbone, who calls Nick his apprentice and won’t let him leave, but won’t teach him magic, either. It’s a good thing the bookstore takes Nick’s magical education in hand, because Smallbone’s nemesis—the Evil Wizard Fidelou—and his pack of shape-shifting bikers are howling at the borders.      $17.99

Angela Slatter – A Feast of Sorrows TPB (Prime Books) First US collection of twelve of the World Fantasy and British Fantasy Award-winning Australian author’s finest, darkest fairy tales, along with two new novellas “The Tallow-Wife” and “What Shines Brightest Burns Most Fiercely”.    $15.95

Bruce Sterling – Pirate Utopia HC (Tachyon Pubs) An Introduction from Warren Ellis, frequent illustrations from John Coulthart, and an Afterword by Christopher Brown surround a wild satire about serious issues, with rebel arms factories, European politics, post-war troubles, and a cast of colorful characters that include H. P. Lovecraft and Houdini.     $19.95

Colson Whitehead – The Underground Railroad HC (Doubleday) Cora is a slave in the antebellum South who takes the terrifying risk of escaping her hellish life by riding the Underground Railway, a secret network of tracks and tunnels beneath the Southern soil. But things don’t go as planned, the supposed haven of South Carolina masks an insidious scheme, and Cora is forced to flee again, with hunters close behind.      $26.95

Walter John Williams – Impersonations TPB (Tor.com) Caroline Sula has been posted to the planet Earth, a dismal backwater where careers go to die. Now old secrets are threatened with exposure, someone is forging evidence that would send her to prison. And all that is before someone tries to kill her.   $17.99

Kai Ashante Wilson – A Taste of Honey TPB (Tor.com) As royalty negotiates over trade routes and the divinity seeks arcane assistance among the local gods, Aqib bgm Sadiqi, fourth-cousin to the royal family and son of the Master of Beasts, has more mortal concerns. His heart has been captured for the first time by a handsome Daluçan soldier named Lucrio.    $14.99

The Penguin Galaxy Classic Reprints – Deluxe hardcover editions, with a series introduction by Neil Gaiman. In the unlikely event that there’s anyone reading this catalog that is not already familiar with these books, now is the perfect time. For the rest of us, a fine keeper copy!
Without dust jacket, as issued.
Arthur C. Clarke – 2001: A Space Odyssey    $25.00
William Gibson – Neuromancer   $25.00
Robert A. Heinlein – Stranger in a Strange Land   $30.00
Frank Herbert – Dune    $30.00
Ursula K. Le Guin – The Left Hand of Darkness    $25.00
T. H. White – The Once and Future King    $30.00

New Anthologies

edited by Tara Moore – The Valancourt Book of Victorian Christmas Ghost Stories TPB (Valancourt Books) A lovely collection of Victorian Christmas ghost stories, culled from rare 19th-century periodicals. Thirteen tales, including Walter Scott’s “The Tapestried Chamber” and Margaret Oliphant’s “The Lady’s Walk”.     $16.99

edited by Sean Wallace – The Mammoth Book of Kaiju TPB (Prime Books) Twentyseven tales of giant monsters whose every roar and footstep shakes the earth, with an Introduction from Robert Hood, stories from Lavie Tidhar, Frank Wu, Cody Goodfellow, Gini Koch, James A. Moore, Neal Asher, Jason Nahrung and many more.     $16.95

New Paperbacks

Stephen King – Dark Tower 1: The Gunslinger (Pocket Books) A lovely and convenient new printing of this timeless classic, reprinting the 2003 expanded edition.     $9.99

New Art and Reference Books 

Illustration Magazine Issue #54 – Focus article on the Mort Künstler Collection, with great pieces from Norman Rockwell, J. C. Leyendecker, Dean Cornwell, Howard Pyle, many fine pieces by Norman Price along with others. A great memorial to Frank R. Paul and a writeup of the development of the Pictoral Press rounds out anther excellent issue.    $15.00

Pulps and Pulp Related

Will Murray – King Kong vs. Tarzan TPB (Altus Press) The saga of how Kong was taken to NYC, circumnavigating Africa, and the clash between the Monarch of Skull Island and the Lord of the Jungle. 465 pages.   $24.95

Paperback Parade #95 – A full color, lavishly illustrated look at classic pbs, with articles by Gary Lovisi, Richard Greene, John Keyes, Tom Lesser, Jim Fitzpatrick, Richard Kellogg and Wally Green. This marks the 30th year that Paperback Parade has been published!    $15.00

Kenneth Robeson – Pat Savage: Six Scarlet Scorpions TPB (Altus Press) Will Murray and Lester Dent (writing as Kenneth Robeson) bring us an adventure of Patricia Savage (Doc’s younger cousin) and Monk Mayfair as they are hounded by minions, evade hordes and battle their way to a sinister secret.   $24.95

The Shadow #112 – “Death Token” and “Three Stamps of Death” both by Walter B. Gibson, writing as Maxwell Grant, including all the original interior art by Edd Cartier, Paul Orban and Bob Powell. Plus the script for the radio play “The Shadow in Danger”.    $14.95

The Shadow #113 – Legacy of Death and The Devil’s Partner by Walter Gibson and Theodore Tinsley writing as Maxwell Grant.  Plus The Great Submarine Mystery by George Lowther.  Plus historical essays by Anthony Tollin and Will Murray.  $14.95

New Magazines

Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet #35 December 2016 – “And the continuing need to work to better this world for”. Fiction from Danielle Mayabb, James Warner, Clinton Lawrence, Kate Story, Diana Chien, S. E. Clark, and more. Poetry from Catherine Fletcher.    $5.00

Wormwood #27 Autumn 2016 – (Tartarus) Journal of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent, edited by Mark Valentine. Articles about Peake’s Castle Gormenghast, Robert Hugh Benson, Amyas Northcote’s Ghostly Companies, and Andrei Bely with columns by Reggie Oliver, Douglas A. Anderson and John Howard.      $14.99

Paperback Parade #96 : The Magazine for Paperback Readers and Collectors  This issue features : Europa Books / UK Tarzans / 2016 UK Book Fair / Matchless Paperbacks / James Meese / Roy Huggins / Paperback Talk.  Great magazine now in full color. $15.00

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

Cinema Retro #36 – A Lynda Hayden interview, the Pink Panther movie that never was, a look at the 1979 version of Dracula, a “Film in Focus” on Brook’s The Professionals, and a tribute to producer Euan Lloyd fill out another great issue.     $11.99

Marcus Hearn – The Art of Hammer: Posters from the Archive of Hammer Films HC (Titan Books) Hammer Films were almost as well known for the way in which they sold their films, as for the films themselves. This large format, lavish hardback, first issued in 2010, is now fully updated and brings together hundreds of rare posters from around the world, featuring Hammer’s greatest films.     $34.95

HorrorHound Fall 2016 Annual – This special edition from the HorrorHound Weekend gives us a look at the art of Jordu Schell, reviews of twelve new indy horror films, and a massive retrospective of the movie Child’s Play, complete with years of merchandise.    $5.00

Rue Morgue #173 December 2016 – Feature focus on John Hancock’s genre gem “Let’s Scare Jessica to Death”, a look at the wave of teenage filmmakers working to freak you out, a Herschell Gordon Lewis interview and a glimpse of the new book The Krampus.   $9.95

Rue Morgue #174 Jan/Feb 2017 – The first of the bimonthly issues is packed with horror happenings and in depth looks at The Girl With All the Gifts, Split, and the final installment of Resident Evil, along with a Year in Review and the schedule for 2017 horror conventions. Rue Morgue will still be publishing 12 times a year: 6 regular issues, 5 Rue Morgue Library and one special end-of-the-year release.  $9.95

 

USED SECTION

In the catalog, but never listed on the website, is a long list of one-of-a-kind items. Because of this, they may no longer be available. Please e-mail or call to find out and order!

Used & Rare Hardcovers and Trade Paperback Anthologies

Matheson, Michael – The Humanity of Monsters  1st Ed. TPB (ChiZine Pub. 2015) Anthology with Lansdale, Barron, Gaiman, Velente, and more.  Fine. $8.00

Used & Rare Hardcovers and Trade Paperbacks

Blackwood, Algernon – Ancient Sorceries and Other Weird Stories  TPB (Penguin UK 2002)  Collection of 9 Weird stories with a new intro by S. T. Joshi and a further suggested readings list.  VGF. $8.00

Brennan, Joseph Payne – The Feaster from Afar And Other Ghastly Visitants  1st Ed. (MidnightHouse 2008)  Collection of weird fiction.  #140 of 500 trade copies for sale.  Fine in lightly rubbed jacket. $50.00

Quinn, Seabury – Night Creatures  1st Ed. HC (Ash-Tree Press 2003)  11 Horror stories first published in Weird Tales, many never-before reprinted.  600 copies published.  Fine in jacket. $75.00

Roscoe, Theodore – Z is For Zombie 1st Ed. TPB (Starmont House 1989)  Pulp reprint from Argosy magazine.  Starmont Facsimile Fiction Series #2.  VG; some offfsetting on back cover. Scarce. $25.00

Schweitzer, Darrell  (ed) – Discovering Modern Horror 1  1st Ed. TPB (Starmont 1985)  Collection of essays about Modern Horror and Horror Writers such as Shirley Jackson, Dennis Etchison, Ramsey Campbell and many others.  Fine. $12.00

Smith, Clark Ashton – Tales of Science and Sorcery 1st Ed. HC (Arkham House 1964)  Collection of Fantasy/Horror stories. Utpatel cover.  VGF; very faint tape ghosts on interior pastedowns; tiny checkmark on front endpaper; wear/rubbing on jacket edges. 2500 copies produced.  $80.00

Smith, Clark Ashton – Tales of Zothique 1st Ed. TPB (Necronomicon Press 1995)  Collection of Smith’s Fantastic and Strange stories.  Near fine. $35.00

Smith, Clark Ashton – The Book of Hyperborea 1st Ed. TPB (Necronomicon Press 1996)  Collection of Smith’s Fantastic and Strange stories. Near fine. $20.00

Used and Rare Paperbacks

Charles Beaumont – The Hunger and Other Stories  1st (Bantam 1959) Collection of “violent entertainments”.  VGF. $10.00

Chester, William L. – One Against a Wilderness 1st Ed. (DAW 1977)  Pulp-era adventure of an alien raised among American Indians.  PBO.  VGF. $5.00

Finney, Charles – The Circus of Dr. Lao 1st. (Bantam 1964) Fantasy classic; first mass-market paperback.  VG. $8.00

Goulart, Ron – Big Bang 1st Ed. (DAW 1982) Fantasy Mystery with Odd Jobs, Inc.  Josh Kirby Illos/cover. PBO.  Near fine. $5.00

Goulart, Ron – Hail Hibbler  1st Ed. (DAW 1980)  Fantasy Mystery with Odd Jobs Inc.  Josh Kirby Illos/cover. PBO.  VGF. $5.00

Goulart, Ron – The Panchronicon Plot  1st Ed. (DAW 1977)  Humorous SF time travel novel.  Josh Kirby Illos/cover.  PBO.  VGF. $5.00

Goulart, Ron – Upside Downside  1st Ed. (DAW 1982)  Humorous SF novel.  Josh Kirby Illos/cover.  PBO.  Near fine. $5.00

Lafferty, R. A. – Ringing Changes 1st Ed. (Ace 1983)  Collection of unbelievably fine stories, emphasis on the unbelievable… Lafferty is a wonder. PBO. VGF. $10.00

Lafferty, R. A. – Okla Hannali (Pocket 1973)   a Jack London-ish novel of a bigger than life American Indian raised from rags-to-riches and back again and back again….. Lafferty is always highly recommended.  VG. $10.00

Lafferty, R. A.  – Pastmaster 1st Ed. (Ace 1968)  SF novel; Hugo Award finalist.  Lafferty is unique and wonderful. PBO.  VG. $6.00

Lafferty, R. A. – Ringing Changes 1st Ed. (Ace 1984) Collection of fantastic stories.  PBO.  Highly recommended. Scarce. GVG; 1 1/2 strip peeled from heel of spine.  $8.00

Long, Frank Belknap – The Hounds of Tindalos 1st (Belmont 1963) Horror collection; only half of the Arkham House first edition. VG. $10.00

Lumley, Brian – The Transition of Titus Crow 1st Ed. (DAW 1975) “A Time-Space Ciller-Thriller in the Lovecraft Tradition”.  PBO. VG. $5.00

Masterton, Graham – The Manitou reprint (Star UK 1983)  Horror novel.  Near fine. $8.00

Masterton, Graham – Revenge of the Manitou reprint (Star UK 1986)  Horror novel.  Near fine. $8.00

Matheson, Richard – The Shrinking Man 2nd. (Gold Medal 1962)  Classic SF novel.  VG+. $10.00

Oboler, Arch – House on Fire (Dell 3790 1970) Supernatural novel a la Rosemary’s Baby from the scriptwriter for the radio show Lights Out.  Near fine. $8.00

Scott, Jody – I, Vampire 1st Ed. (Ace 1984)  SF/Vampire mash-up.  PBO. VGF. $6.00

Serviss, Garrett P. – Edison’s Conquest of Mars (Apogee 2005) Sequel to War of the Worlds.  Scarce title; first mass-market edition.  Fine. $8.00

Simak, Clifford D. – Way Station (Macfadden 1965)  First paperback of this influential SF novel.  Richard Powers cover.  VGF. $6.00

Simmons, Dan – Song of Kali (Tor 1986) First paperback printing of author’s first book.  Deeply disturbing and memorable book.  Near fine. $6.00

Wagner, Karl Edward – Legion from the Shadows 1st Ed. (Zebra 1976)  Sword & Sorcery; a Bran Mak Morn novel, the character created by Robert E. Howard.  Jeff Jones cover.  VG: cover has minor wrinkles. $10.00

Used and Rare Paperback Anthologies

Haining, Peter (ed) – Zombie 1st Ed. (Target UK 1985) Stories of the Walking Dead with Hearn, Meik, Birkin, Derleth, others.  VG. $10.00

Carter, Lin (ed) – Weird Tales #1 2nd. (Zebra 1980) First issue of the paperback magazine.  R.E. Howard, Derleth, Campbell, others.  VGF. $8.00

Used and Rare Magazines (Digests unless otherwise stated)

Gordon R. Dickson’s file copies:
Astounding Science Fiction Jan. 1953  Poul Anderson.  VG. $5.00
Astounding Science Fiction Mar. 1953  Robert Sheckley, Wallace West.  VG. $5.00
Astounding Science Fiction Apr. 1953  Hal Clement, Nourse, Oliver. VG. $5.00
Astounding Science Fiction Aug. 1953  Poul Anderson, Lee Correy.  VGF. $5.00
Astounding Science Fiction Jan. 1954 Piper, Budrys, Robinson.  VGF. $5.00
$5.00

Astounding Science Fiction May 1954 Blish, Russell, Budrys.  VG. $5.00
Astounding Science Fiction  Oct. 1954  Poul Anderson, Clifton/Riley.  VGF. $5.00
(Magazine of)
Fantasy & Science Fiction Aug 1952 Bester, de Camp, Dickson, Derleth, others.  VG $5.00
Fantasy & Science Fiction Nov. 1952  Bradbury, Dick, Ward Moore, others.  VG $5.00
Fantasy & Science Fiction June 1954  Heinlein, Dickson, Norton, Shaara, others.  VG. $4.00
Fantasy & Science Fiction Nov. 1955  Anderson, Dickson, Sturgeon, Boucher.  VG. $4.00
Fantasy & Science Fiction Dec. 1955  Asimov, Sturgeon, Anderson, Wodehouse.  VG. $4.00
REH: LoneStarFictioneer #4 : The Howard Fanzine 1976 (8.5 x 11”) Fiction and verse by      Robert E. Howard, articles, pastiches, art and more.  Fine, as new, copies. $5.00

Whispers (edited by Stuart Schiff)  This is a fine Dark Fantasy and Horror digest sized magazine with some of the best fiction, non-fiction and art from the field.  I have accumulated too many extra copies over the years and it’s time to let them go as cheaply as they’ve ever been.  All are about Fine unless marked otherwise.
#6/7 (1975) Jacobi, Leiber, Cave, Wellman, Wagner, Brennan, Long.  VG. $10.00
#9  (1976) Lafferty, Nolan, Etchison, Lee Brown Coye, much more. $10.00
#10 (1977) Robert Aickman, Karl Edward Wagner, R.C. Matheson, much more. $10.00
#11/12 (1978) Wellman, Bloch, Lumley, Campbell, Etchison, more. $10.00
#13/14 (1979) Leiber, Lumley, Zelazny, Grant, Etchison, Glen Cook, more. $10.00
#15/16 (1982) Ramsey Campbell special; Wagner, Michael Shea, Nolan, more. $10.00
#19/20 (1983) Streiber, Grant, Schow, Wellman, Cave, more. $10.00
#21/22 (1984) Alan Ryan, Tanith Lee, Cave, Leiber, Etchison, much more. $10.00
#23/24 (1987) Lansdale, Jacobi, Leiber, Cave, Wellman, Lumley, more. $10.00

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

Robert R. McCammon – I Travel By Night 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2013) A Vampire adventurer Trevor Lawson novella (147 pages).  Fine in jacket.  Cover price $35. $20.00

Jack Vance – Desperate Days : Selected Mysteries Vol. 2 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2012) Includes three Mystery novels / The Fox Valley Murders / The Pleasant Grove Murders / The Dark Ocean.  Fine in jacket.  Cover price $45.00 $27.00

Jack Cady – The Night We Buried Road Dog  1st Ed. HC (DreamHaven Books 1998)  Collection of Supernatural and Ghost stories by a sometime neglected author.  The title story was a Nebula Award winner.  Fine in jacket. $5.00

Gardner Dozois – Slow Dancing Through Time 1st Ed. HC (Ursus Imprints/Ziesing 1990)  Collection of SF stories by Dozois plus some collaborative works with Jack Dann, Michael Swanwick, Susan Casper, and Jack C. Haldeman II.   Fine in jacket. $5.00
Limited SIGNED edition : SIGNED of 374 copies.  SIGNED by Dozois, Dann, Swanwick, Casper, Haldeman, Pat Cadigan (intro), Michael Bishop (Foreword), Tim Kirk (endpapers), Don Ivan Punchatz (frontispiece), and Vern Dufford (cover).  Fine in jacket and slipcase. $30.00

Dennis Etchison – The Death Artist  1st Ed. HC (DreamHaven Books 2000)  Collection of a dozen superior Horror stories with illustrations by J.K. Potter.  Fine in jacket. $5.00

Greg Ketter (ed) – Shelf Life 1st Trade Edition. HC (DreamHaven Books 2002/5)  Anthology of original stories about bookstores.  Published to commemorate DreamHaven’s 25th anniversary.  Wolfe, Campbell, de Lint, Hautala, Williamson, many others.  Fine in jacket. $5.00

Dan Simmons – The Guiding Nose of Ulfant Banderoz 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2009)  Fantasy novella.  Limited edition.  Fine in jacket. ($35) $15.00

Howard Waldrop – Night of the Cooters 1st Ed. HC (Ursus Imprints / Ziesing 1990)  Collection of “More Neat Stories” by the incomparable Waldrop.  Fine in jacket. $5.00

Tom Reamy – San Diego Lightfoot Sue  1st Ed. HC (Earthlight 1979)  Collection of fabulous works (Horror / Dark Fantasy) by an author who died before he could be recognized as a world-class writer.  This really gets my highest recommendation.  Fine in jacket. $10.00

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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.

 


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