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Alex Acks – Murder on the Titania 1st Ed. tpb (Queen of Swords 2018) Captain Marta Ramos, the most notorious pirate in the Duchy of Denver, has her hands full, what between fascinating murder mysteries, the delectable and devious Delilah Nimowitz, Colonel Geoffrey Douglas (the Duke of Denver’s new head of security) and her usual activities: piracy, banditry and burglary. Not to mention the horrors of high society tea parties. In contrast, Simms, her second in command, longs only for a quiet life, filled with tasty sausages and fewer explosions. Or does he? $14.99 

Neal Asher – The Soldier 1st Ed. HC (Nightshade Books 2018) Orlandine, a part-human, part- AI haiman, is placed in charge of a powerful disc with the technology to destroy entire civilizations, and must protect it from the android Angel, who wants to use it to plan an attack on the Polity. First in a new series. $26.99 

Michael Blumlein – All I Ever Dreamed 1st Ed. tpb (Valancourt 2018) This volume brings together all the short fiction published by Blumlein in the three decades since the original appearance of his award-winning collection The Brains of Rats (1989), including two stories published here in book form for the first time. Varying widely in theme and subject matter, these stories showcase the breadth and power of Michael Blumlein’s vision and once again reveal him to be one of the most original and fascinating of contemporary writers. They are stories that skirt the boundaries of fantasy, science fiction and horror, existing in a genre uniquely the author’s own. $22.99 

Howard Browne – Halo For Hire: The Complete Paul Pine Mysteries 1st Ed. HC (Hafner 2018) “Of all of Raymond Chandler’s followers, the most Chandlerish of them all might havebeen Howard Browne. His private eye hero, PAUL PINE, is simply one of the great eyes, no matter how inspired by (or derivative of) Chandler’s Philip Marlowe he might have been.” – K. B. Smith A massive 928 pages. $50.00 

Mildred Clingerman – The Clingerman Files 1st Ed. tpb (Size 5 1/2B 2017) Widely acclaimed as one of the first successful female science fiction authors, Mildred Clingerman returns with the exciting follow up to her 1961 science fiction collection, A Cupful of Space. Her stories tend to wed a literate tone to subject matters whose ominousness is perhaps more submerged than the horrors under the skin made explicit in the work of Shirley Jackson, but equally as deadly. $20.00 

Charles de Lint – Under My Skin tpb (Triskell 2012) We finally have back in stock the first of deLint’s YA shapechanger trilogy (Wildlings).
– Over My Head tpb (Triskell 2013) Book two of the Wildlings trilogy.
– Out of This World tpb (Triskell 2014) Book three of Wildlings.
$14.99 each

(August Derleth) John D. Haefele – A Look Behind the Derleth Mythos tpb (The Cimmerian Press 2014) A revised edition of Haefele’s book about August Derleth, the launching of Arkham House and the growth of the “Cthulhu Mythos” into a worldwide cultural phenomenon. Copies signed by the author. $19.95 

Emily Devenport – Medusa Uploaded 1st Ed. tpb (Tor 2018) A generation starship can hide many secrets. When an Executive clan suspects Oichi of insurgency and discreetly shoves her out an airlock, one of those secrets finds and rescues her. Officially dead, Oichi begins to rebalance power one assassination at a time and uncovers the shocking truth behind the generation starship and the Executive clans. $16.99 

Greg Egan – Phoresis 1st Ed. (Subterranean 2018) Two planets—one inhabited, one not—exist in extreme proximity to one another. As the narrative begins, Tvibura, the inhabited planet, faces a grave threat: the food supply is dwindling, and the conditions necessary for sustaining life are growing more and more erratic. Faced with the prospect of eventual catastrophe, the remarkable women of Tvibura launch a pair of ambitious, long-term initiatives. The first involves an attempt to reanimate the planet’s increasingly dormant ecosphere. The second concerns the building of a literal “bridge between worlds” that will connect Tvibura to its (hopefully) habitable sibling, Tviburi. $40.00 

Michael Eisele – Tree Spirit and Other Strange Tales 1st Ed. HC (Tartarus 2018) The fifteen stories that comprise this new collection have diverse settings and speak with many voices. Theirs is a magical world that often impinges on our own. $49.95 

Steven Erikson – Fall of Light tpb (Tor 2018) Fantasy novel. The Fall of Light continues the tragic story of the downfall of an ancient realm, a story begun in Forge of Darkness. $19.99 

Taiyo Fujii – Orbital Cloud tpb (Haikasoru 2017) In the year 2020, Kazumi Kimura, proprietor of shooting star forecast website Meteor News, notices some orbiting space debris moving suspiciously. Rumors spread online that the debris is actually an orbital weapon targeting the  International Space Station. Halfway across the world, at NORAD, Staff Sergeant Darryl Freeman begins his investigation of the debris. At the same time, billionaire entrepreneur Ronnie Smark and his journalist daughter prepare to check into an orbital hotel as part of a stunt promoting private space tourism. Then Kazumi receives highly sensitive information from a source claiming to be an Iranian scientist. And so begins an unprecedented international battle against space-based terror that will soon involve the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, NORAD, and the CIA. $16.99 

Sarah Gailey – American Hippo 1st Ed. tpb (Tor 2018) Years ago, in an America that never was, the United States government introduced herds of hippos to the marshlands of Louisiana to be bred and slaughtered as an alternative meat source. This plan failed to take into account some key facts about hippos: they are savage, they are fast, and their jaws can snap a man in two.By the 1890s, the vast bayou that was once America’s greatest waterway belongs to feral hippos, and Winslow Houndstooth has been contracted to take it back. To do so, he will gather a crew of the damnedest cons, outlaws, and assassins to ever ride a hippo. American Hippo is the story of their fortunes, their failures, and his revenge.This is an omnibus edition that contains the novellas River of Teeth and Taste of Marrow, as well as two new stories. $18.99 

Christopher Golden & Tim Lebbon – Blood of the Four 1st Ed. HC (Harper 2018) A princess’ desire for power in a realm where everyone is a slave upsets the delicate balance of peace between the royal and working classes, triggering a series of events that will end in her either becoming a goddess or destroying the kingdom. $24.99 

Jeremy Robert Johnson – Entropy in Bloom tpb (Nightshade Books 2017) For more than a decade, Jeremy Robert Johnson has been bubbling under the surface of both literary and genre fiction. His short stories present a brilliantly dark and audaciously weird realm where cosmic nightmares collide with all-too-human characters and apocalypses of all shapes and sizes loom ominously. In Persistence Hunting, a lonely distance runner is seduced into a brutal life of crime with an ever-narrowing path for escape. In When Susurrus Stirs, an unlucky pacifist must stop a horrifying parasite from turning his body into a sentient hive. Running through all of Johnson’s work is a hallucinatory vision and deeply-felt empathy, earning the author a reputation as one of today’s most daring and thrilling writers. Featuring the best of his previously independently- published short fiction, as well as an exclusive, never-before-published novella ‘The Sleep of Judges?’ where the aftermath of a home burglary becomes a mind-bending suburban nightmare, Entropy in Bloom is a perfect compendium for avid fans and an ideal entry point for adventurous readers seeking the humor, heartbreak, and terror of JRJ’s strange new worlds $15.99 

Lita Judge – Mary’s Monster: Love, Madness, and How Mary Shelley Created Frankenstein 1st Ed. HC (Roaring Brook 2018) Legend is correct that Mary Shelley began penning Frankenstein in answer to a dare to write a ghost story. What most people don’t know, however, is that the seeds of her novel had been planted long before that night. A free verse biography of Mary Shelley, featuring over 300 pages of black-and-white watercolor illustrations. $21.99 

Caitlín R. Kiernan – Houses Under the Sea 1st Ed. HC (Centipede Press 2018) A collection of Kiernan’s Mythos Tales in an oversized HC with slipcase.The stories are fully illustrated with over 30 new full page illustrations by Richard A. Kirk, John Kenn Mortensen, and Vince Locke. The full wraparound dustjacket and frontispiece are by Piotr Jablonski.In this remarkable collection the author has selected over two dozen of her best Lovecraftian tales ranging from 2000s “Valentian” to her more recent classic “A Mountain Walked” as well as including the complete Dandridge Cycle, as well as a new story, “M Is for Mars.” In short, this is a cornerstone volume for Kiernan fans and Mythos devotees alike. This edition is limited to 500 signed copies, each signed by Caitlín R. Kiernan, Michael Cisco, S.T. Joshi, and the artists: Piotr Jablonski, Richard A. Kirk, John Kenn Mortensen, and Vince Locke. $225.00 

Stephen King – The Outsider 1st Ed. HC (Scribners 2018) An unspeakable crime. A confounding investigation. At a time when the King brand has never been stronger, he has delivered one of his most unsettling and compulsively readable stories.An eleven-year-old boy’s violated corpse is found in a town park. Eyewitnesses and fingerprints point unmistakably to one of Flint City’s most popular citizens. He is Terry Maitland, Little League coach, English teacher, husband, and father of two girls. Detective Ralph Anderson, whose son Maitland once coached, orders a quick and very public arrest. Maitland has an alibi, but Anderson and the district attorney soon add DNA evidence to go with the fingerprints and witnesses. Their case seems ironclad.As the investigation expands and horrifying answers begin to emerge, King’s propulsive story kicks into high gear, generating strong tension and almost unbearable suspense. Terry Maitland seems like a nice guy, but is he wearing another face? $30.00 

Victor Lavalle – The Changeling tpb (Spiegel & Grau 2018) Resolving to commit to marriage and parenthood unlike the father who abandoned him, Apollo Kagwa, who suffers from bizarre dreams, is shocked when his wife commits an act of astounding violence before disappearing, compelling Apollo’s odyssey through a world he barely understands. $18.00 

(Arthur Machen) The Friends of Arthur Machen – Arthur Machen’s 1890’s Notebook tpb (Tartarus 2018) Arthur Machen’s 1890s notebook, now kept at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, provides an insight into the mind of Machen during what was arguably the most creative decade of his career as an author. In the notebook Machen contemplated and abandoned ideas for the novel that was to become The Hill of Dreams, and he also made notes towards the composition of fiction that was eventually to be published as Ornaments in Jade, The White People and A Fragment of Life. In the notebook one may also encounter ideas towards what was to become the novel The Secret Glory. Machen also made intriguing notes for fiction that was never finished, and explored what constituted Great Literature, a process that contributed towards the composition of Hieroglyphics, his very personal and idiosyncratic book of literary criticism. One can see that this process also helped Machen shape and criticise his own fiction. $26.95 

Rowenna Miller – Torn 1st Ed. tpb (Orbit 2018) In a time of revolution, everyone must take a side.Sophie, a dressmaker and charm caster, has lifted her family out of poverty with a hard-won reputation for beautiful gowns and discreetly embroidered spells. A commission from the royal family could secure her future — and thrust her into a dangerous new world. But revolution is brewing. As Sophie’s brother, Kristos, rises to prominence in the growing anti-monarchist movement, it is only a matter of time before their fortunes collide.When the unrest erupts into violence, she and Kristos are drawn into a deadly magical plot. Sophie is torn — between her family and her future. $15.99 

Christopher Moore – Noir 1st Ed. HC (Wm. Morrow 2018) A mad-cap noir set on the streets of post-World War II San Francisco follows a smitten barkeep and unofficial fixer-for-hire as he investigates his paramour’s disappearance amid a series of weird events involving an unidentified flying object and a mysterious plane crash. $27.99 

Jeff Noon – The Body Library 1st Ed. tpb (Angry Robot 2018) In a city dissolving into an infected sprawl of ideas, where words come to life and reality is contaminated by stories, John Nyquist wakes up in a room with a dead body… The dead man’s impossible whispers plunge him into a murder investigation like no other. Clues point him deeper into an unfolding story infesting its participants as reality blurs between place and genre. Only one man can hope to put it all back together into some kind of order, enough that lives can be saved… That man is Nyquist, and he is lost. $12.99 

Tristan Palmgren – Quietus 1st Ed. tpb (Angry Robot 2018) Habidah, an alien whose world has been decimated by the plague, is assigned to study the disease on Earth and saves a young monk in medieval Italy, as they find themselves drawn into a conspiracy being spread by a menacing force in the Universe. $12.99 

John Scalzi – Head On 1st Ed. HC (Tor 2018) In a near-future world reveling in a violent but seemingly harmless, robot-bodied sport, a star athlete dies unexpectedly on the field, prompting an investigation by two FBI agents into the game’s increasingly lucrative competition. $25.99 

Jeremy C. Shipp – The Atrocities 1st Ed. tpb (Tor 2018) Novella. When Isabella died, her parents were determined to ensure her education wouldn’t suffer.But Isabella’s parents had not informed her new governess of Isabella’s… condition, and when Ms Valdez arrives at the estate, having forced herself through a surreal nightmare maze of twisted human-like statues, she discovers that there is no girl to tutor. Or is there…? $10.99 

Mickey Spillane – The Last Stand 1st Ed. HC (Hard Case Crime 2018) When legendary mystery writer Mickey Spillane died in 2006, he left behind the manuscript of one last novel he’d just completed: The Last Stand. He asked his friend and colleague Max Allan Collins to take responsibility for finding the right time and place to publish this final book. Now his millions of fans will at last get to read The Last Stand, together with a second never-before- published work, this one from early in Spillane’s career: the feverish crime novella “A Bullet For Satisfaction”. $22.99 

Allen Steele – Avengers of the Moon tpb (Tor 2018) Curt Newton has spent most of his life hidden from the rest of humankind, being raised by a robot, an android, and the disembodied brain of a renowned scientist. Curt’s innate curiosity and nose for trouble inadvertently lead him into a plot to destabilize the Solar Coalition and assassinate the president. There’s only one way to uncover the evil mastermind—Curt must become Captain Future. $16.99 

Steve Rasnic Tem – Figures Unseen 1st Ed. tpb (Valancourt 2018) In the worlds of Steve Rasnic Tem a father takes his son “fishing” in the deepest part of downtown, flayed rabbits visit a suburban back yard, a man is haunted by a surrealistic nightmare of crutches, a father is unable to rescue his son from a nightmare of trees, a bereaved man transforms memories of his wife into performance art, great moving cliffs of detritus randomly prowl the world, a seemingly pointless life finds final expression in bits of folded paper, a nuclear holocaust brings about a new mythology, an isolated man discovers he’s part of a terrifying community, a photographer discovers the unexpected in the faces of dead children, and a couple’s aging dismantles reality.This new volume collects for the first time thirty-five of Tem’s best tales, selected by the author, and includes an introduction by Simon Strantzas. $17.99 

J.R.R. Tolkien – Beren and Lúthien tpb (Mariner 2018) Yet another tale of Middle-Earth mined from Tolkien’s manuscripts, edited by Christopher Tolkien with cover art, drawings, and color plates by Alan Lee. $15.99 

Catherynne M. Valente – The Refrigerator Monologues tpb (Saga 2018) A collection of linked stories from the points of view of the wives and girlfriends of superheroes, female heroes, and anyone who’s ever been “refrigerated”: comic book women who are killed, raped, brainwashed, driven mad, disabled, or had their powers taken so that a male superhero’s storyline will progress. In an entirely new and original superhero universe, Valente explores these ideas and themes in the superhero genre, treating them with the same love, gravity, and humor as her fairy tales. After all, superheroes are our new fairy tales and these six women have their own stories to share. $14.99 

Catherynne M. Valente – Space Opera 1st Ed. HC (Saga 2018) The fate of humankind and the Earth hang in the balance as galaxies compete for glory in a universe-wide musical contest—rife with glitter, lipstick and electric guitars—where you must sing to survive. Yes, it’s Eurovision and the fate of the Earth is at stake. $19.99 

Sage Walker – The Man in the Tree 1st Ed. HC (Tor 2017) When the decimation of Earth compels the world’s nations to pool their last resources to build a seed ship to carry colonists on a multigenerational journey to a distant planet, a suspicious death prompts a determined effort to prevent a saboteur from threatening the mission. $26.99 

Tyler Whitesides – The Thousand Deaths of Ardor Benn 1st Ed. tpb (Orbit 2018) Ardor Benn is no ordinary thief. Rakish, ambitious, and master of wildly complex heists, he styles himself a Ruse Artist Extraordinaire. When a priest hires him for the most daring ruse yet, Ardor knows he’ll need more than quick wit and sleight of hand. Assembling a dream team of forgers, disguisers, schemers, and thieves, he sets out to steal from the most powerful king the realm has ever known.But it soon becomes clear there’s more at stake than fame and glory – Ard and his team might just be the last hope for human civilization. $16.99 

Connie Willis – I Met a Traveller in an Antique Land 1st Ed. HC (Subterranean 2018) Science Fiction novella about nostalgia and loss. Signed, limited edition. $40.00 

Jane Yolen – Mapping the Bones 1st Ed. HC (Philomel 2018) It’s 1942 in Poland, and the world is coming to pieces. At least that’s how it seems to Chaim and Gittel, twins whose lives feel like a fairy tale torn apart, with evil witches, forbidden forests, and dangerous ovens looming on the horizon. But in all darkness there is light, and the twins find it through Chaim’s poetry and the love they have for each other. Like the bright flame of a Yahrzeit candle, his words become a beacon of memory so that the children and grandchildren of survivors will never forget the atrocities that happened during the Holocaust. $17.99 

New Comics & Graphic Novels 

Action Comics: 80 Years of Superman the Deluxe Edition 1st Ed. (DC 2018) An 80th anniversary celebration of the single most important comic book in American history: ACTION COMICS #1, featuring the first appearance of Superman. Revisit classic stories from across the decades featuring the debuts of not just the Man of Tomorrow, but also Supergirl, Brainiac, the Fortress of Solitude and so much more! Enjoy sparkling essays from literary wizards who have won Pulitzer Prizes and hit the New York Times bestseller lists, including Jules Feiffer, who relives his memories of when ACTION COMICS #1 first hit newsstands. Plus, a historical essay by guest editor Paul Levitz, and all one thousand ACTION COMICS covers presented on a special poster! $29.99 

Neal Adams/Rafael Madoff/Craig Yoe – We Spoke Out: Comic Books and the Holocaust 1st Ed. HC (IDW 2018) Long before the Holocaust was taught in schools or presented in films, the youth of America was learning about the Nazi genocide from Batman, Captain America, and Sgt. Rock. Comics legend Neal Adams, Holocaust scholar Rafael Medoff, and comics historian Craig Yoe bring together a remarkable collection of comic book stories that introduced an entire generation to an engaging and important subject. $49.99 

Thi Bui – The Best We Could Do tpb (Abrams 2018) This beautifully illustrated and emotional story is an evocative memoir about the search for a better future and a longing for the past. Exploring the anguish of immigration and the lasting effects that displacement has on a child and her family, Bui documents the story of her family’s daring escape after the fall of South Vietnam in the 1970s, and the difficulties they faced building new lives for themselves. This one has made lots of ‘must read’ lists. $17.99 

Moebius – The Art of Edena 1st Ed. HC (Dark Horse 2018) A companion volume to the critically acclaimed World of Edena graphic novel, Moebius Library: The Art of Edena collects four fantastic Edena-related short stories and a motherlode of Moebius illustrations. A celebration of the imagery and creative enthusiasm Moebius held for his Edena universe and his characters Stel and Atan, the short stories “Seeing Naples,” “Another Planet,” “The Repairmen,” and “Dying to See Naples” are collected here, as Moebius explores his imagination with two of his favorite characters. $34.99 

Bill Schelly – Sense of Wonder: My Life in Comic Fandom 1st Ed. tpb (North Atlantic 2018) A fascinating story of growing up as a gay fan of comic books in the 1960s, building a fifty-year career as an award-winning writer, and interacting with acclaimed comic book legends. $19.95 

Craig Yoe – Reefer Madness Comics 1st Ed. tpb (Dark Horse 2018) Degradation! Crime! Madness! Hysteria surrounded marijuana as a perceived gateway drug from the 1930’s to the 1950’s and beyond. Adventure Comics, by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, and works by Frank Frazetta, Jerry Robinson, Jack Kirby, and many more, reveal the social reaction to this era of “Reefer Madness”. Like the anti-drug propaganda film, these stories range from comically misinformed to soberly concerned about the influence of Mary Jane on the youth of America. $19.99 

New Magazines 

Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet #37 LCRW is an occasional outburst of fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and chocolate. Since here in spring 2018 publishing still seems to exists, LCRW 37 has been published. Release the kraken! Fire off the rockets! Sit on a comfy chair! Read it on the bus! Put the kettle on, love. New fiction from Maria Romasco Moore, Leslie Wilber, Howard Waldrop, Izzy Wasserstein, and James Sallis. Nicole Kimberling’s column “Sweet, Sweet Side Dish” might be about what you’re thinking of, if you’re thinking of eggplant. The poems are from Holly Day, Juan Martinez, Catherine Rockwood, and Michael Werner. $5.00 

Paperback Parade #101 In this issue:Steve Bentley Thrillers;
Don & Linda Pendleton; Matchless Paperbacks; James Warner Bellah; Leo-Roi: Millionaire Sleuth; Paperback Talk; Ace-Ballantine ERB Rivalry; Darcy Glinto; Sin Town…and more! $15.00 

Wormwood #30 Wormwood is a journal from Tartarus Press devoted to discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature. It contains essays, articles, short appreciations, new research and perspectives from new and established writers about acknowledged major authors, lesser-studied writers, and those who are unjustly neglected. This issue includes ‘The best Vitality/Cannot excel Decay’: Echoes of Literary Decadence in the Fiction of Caitlín R. Kiernan; Another Kind of Fairyland: Margaret Benson’s The Court of the King; A Scientist reads Algernon Blackwood’s The Fruit Stoners; Phantasmion and Phantastes; Impostor in the Hebrides: The Strange History of Ada Goodrich Freer; Night- Doings in Victorian England: The Sojourn of Ambrose Bierce $14.95 

New Art & Art Related Books and Magazines 

Illustration Magazine #60 (May 2018) This issue features the work of Frederic Varady, best known for his wonderful slick magazine illustrations of the 1940s and ’50s. Our second feature showcases the work of the brilliant cartoonist Gilbert Bundy, who produced many cartoons for Esquire magazine before becoming a war correspondent during WWII. Last but not least, they feature a look at N.C. Wyeth‘s book illustrations for Rip van Winkle. $15.00 

Illustrators Magazine #21 (Mar 2018) Features in issue 21 include: Rodney Matthews: One of the most enduring and visionary illustrators of all time; Stevan Dohanos: artist and illustrator of the social realism school, best known for his Saturday Evening Post covers and several ‘Don’t Talk’ World War II propaganda posters; J Allen St. John: Grand Master of fantasy and much more; Lucy Kemp-Welch: mistress of equestrian art  $24.95 

Illustrators Magazine British War Comics Special (Mar 2018) Covers the history and artists of the Dami (Italian) Agency which supplied Italian artists to the publishers of British War Comics from the 1950s to the 1980s, including Air Ace, Battle and War Picture Libraries and Fleetway Super Library. Artists featured include Roy Dami, Giorgio De Gaspari, Alessandro Biffignandi, Gino D’Antonio, Renzo Calegari, Nino Caroselli, Pino Dell’Orco, Ferdinando Tacconi and Hugo Pratt. $33.95 

(Terry Pratchett) Paul Kidby – Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Imaginarium 1st US Ed. (Gollancz 2018) Paul Kidby, Sir Terry Pratchett’s artist of choice, provided the illustrations for The Last Hero, designed the covers for the Discworld novels since 2002 and is the author of the bestseller The Art Of Discworld. Now, Paul Kidby has collected the very best of his Discworld illustrations in this definitive volume, including 40 pieces never before seen, 30 pieces that have only appeared in foreign editions, limited editions and BCA editions, and 17 book cover illustrations since 2004 that have never been seen without cover text. If Terry Pratchett’s pen gave his characters life, Paul Kidby’s brush allowed them to live it, and nowhere is that better illustrated than in this magnificent book.  $50.00 

April Snellings – Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin 1st HC (1984 Publications 2018) Pullin has put pencil to paper for film posters such as Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, The Big Lebowski, Vertigo, and The Babadook, soundtracks including Creepshow, Scream, Christine, and Tales from the Crypt, and concert merch for the likes of Jack White, Alice Cooper, and Misfits. Featuring hundreds of full-color illustrations, lavish cover galleries, and never-before-seen concept and process shots, Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin is both a celebration of one artist’s remarkable career and an indispensable snapshot of the thriving world of genre art. $29.95 

Daniel Zimmer – The Art of Edwin Georgi 1st Ed. HC (Illustrated Press 2018) This spectacular new book explores the life and work of illustrator Edwin Georgi. This volume is printed in full color throughout and features over 250 illustrations. The book is 224 pages long and is filled to the brim with scores of beautiful illustrations reproduced from the original paintings and drawings, rare photographs, and published tear sheets. $44.95 

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

Christopher Frayling – Frankenstein: The First Two Hundred Years 1st Ed. HC (Reel Art 2018) This book, celebrating the two hundredth birthday of Frankenstein, traces, in colourful and engaging ways, the journey of Shelley’s Frankenstein from limited edition literature – to the bloodstream of contemporary culture. It includes new research on the novel’s origins, and a facsimile reprint of the earliest-known manuscript version of the creation scene; visual material on adaptations for the stage, in magazines, on playbills, in prints and in book publications of the nineteenth century; series of visual essays on many of the film versions – and their inspirations in the history of art; and Frankenstein in popular culture – on posters, advertisements, packaging, in comics and graphic novels.    $39.95 

Eric McNaughton & Darrell Buxton – Son of Unsung Horrors 1st Ed. tpb (We Belong Dead 2018) Following in the footsteps of their previous book, Unsung Horrors, this is a look at almost 200 neglected, overlooked or under-appreciated horror films from the silents to the 70s. Large format, full colour throughout, 400 pages with hundreds of photos, lobby cards and posters. With a foreword by famed director John Landis.    $59.95 

Paul M. Sammon – Future Noir: The Making of Blade Runner 1st thus tpb (Dey Street 2017) Revised and updated book which includes everything Blade Runner that has been released since the first edition, including material on Blade Runner 2049.    $16.99 

Used & Rare Hardcovers and Trade Paperbacks 

Aickman, Robert – The Wine-Dark Sea 1st Ed. HC (Arbor House1988) Collection of 11 Weird stories. Intro by Peter Straub. Near fine in jacket; small rubs along right fore- edge. $40.00 

Brackett, Leigh – No Good From a Corpse 1st Ed. HC (Dennis McMillan 1999) Collection of Mystery stories. Intro by Bradbury; afterword by Michael Connelly plus a bibliography. Fine in jacket. $50.00 

Copper, Basil – The Recollections of Solar Pons 1st Ed. HC (Fedogan & Bremer 1995) Collection of Sherlock Holmes-type stories from the character created by August Derleth. Illustrated. Fine in jacket. $25.00 

Crane, Robert – Hero’s Walk 1st Ed. HC (Ballantine 1954) SF novel; published simultaneously in hardcover and paperback. VG in jacket. $25.00 

Dorr, James – Tombs : A Chronicle of the Latter-Day Times of Earth tpb (Elder Signes 2017) Collection of SF/Horror related stories. Fine. $7.00 

Etchison, Dennis – The Dark Country 1st Ed. HC (Scream 1982) Collection of highly recommended Horror stories. Author’s first collection; publisher’s first book. Illustrated by J.K. Potter. VG; damp stain on rear pastedown; in good jacket; damp stains all over. $25.00 

Gorman, Ed – Prisoners and Other Stories 1st Ed. HC (CD 1992) Collection of Horror and Suspense stories. Near fine in VGF jacket. $15.00 

Hautala, Rick – Indian Summer 1st Ed. HC (Cemetery Dance 2012) Horror novella. One of 1000 SIGNED copies. Fine in jacket. $20.00 

Houarner, Gerard – In the Country of Dreaming Caravans tpb (Bedlam Press 2017) Collection of Horror stories. Near fine. $8.00 

Lee, Edward – The Backwoods 1st Ed. HC (Cemetery Dance 2005) Horror novel. One of 750 SIGNED copies. Fine in jacket. $25.00 

Lee, Edward – Trolley No. 1952 1st Ed. tpb (Deadite Press 2010) Horror novella. Fine. $6.00 

Lee, Edward – The Doll House tpb (Necro 2017) Horror novella. Fine. $6.00 

(Lovecraft) Lovecraft Proceedings 2 tpb (Hippocampus 2017) Select papers from the Dr. Henry Armitage Memorial Scholarship Symposium Necronomicon Providence : 2015. Fine. $12.00 

Mackenzie, Nigel – A Storm is Rising 1st Ed. HC (Wright & Brown UK 1958) Far Future SF thriller with a return to Christian values message. VG in jacket. $10.00 

Randall, Robert (Robert Silverberg / Randall Garrett) – The Dawning Light 1st Ed. HC (Gnome Press 1957) SF novel; sequel to The Shrouded Planet. VG; browning as usual; pages rippled; in jacket; chipped along upper edge of front. $6.00 

Resnick, Mike – Hazards : The Lucifer Jones 1st ED. HC (Subterranean 2009) Collection of modern pulp adventure stories. SIGNED of an unspecified number of copies. Fine in jacket. $15.00 

Rhodes, Gary D. – Offed tpb (Pulp Hero Press 2017) Serial Killer novel; he kills the “right” kind of people, meaning the “left” – Liberals, radicals, politicians – and becomes a celebrity due to a conservative talk-show host. $8.00 

Ryan, Alan Peter – Amazonas 1st Ed. HC (Cemetery Dance 2012) Dark Fantasy novella. One of 1000 SIGNED copies. Fine in jacket. $10.00 

Smith, George O. – Venus Equilateral 1st Ed. HC (Prime Press 1947) SF novel. Illustrated by Sol Levin. Re-bound in red cloth o/w VGF.

Stevens, E.J. – Tales from Harborsmouth tpb (2017) Collection of Ivy Granger Psychic Detective stories. Near fine.  $7.00

Thomas, Jeffrey – The Endless Fall and Other Weird Fictions tpb (Lovecraft ezine Press 2017) 14 Horror stories. Near fine. $7.00 

Thomas, Jeffrey – Haunted Worlds tpb (Hippocampus 2017) Horror story collection. SIGNED. Fine. $7.00 

van Vogt, A. E. – The House That Stood Still 2nd printing. HC (Greenberg 1950) SF novel. VG in price-clipped and slightly edge-worn jacket. $10.00 

Weinberg, Robert – Dial Your Dreams and Other Nightmares tpb (Dark Tales 2001) Horror collection. Fine. $8.00 

Anthologies – Used & Rare Hardcover and Trade Paperback 

Anonymous (ed) – Intersections : Six Tales of Ouija Horror tpb (Howling Unicorn Press 2017) Horror anthology.; SIGNED by two – Megan Hart and Rob E. Boley (likely the editors). VGF; smudges on page edges. $7.00 

Bills, E.R. / McCormick, Brett (ed) – Road Kill Vol. 2 : Texas Horror by Texas Writers tpb (Eakin Press 2017) 17 Horror stories. Fine. $7.00 

Burge, Weldon (ed) – Zippered Flesh 3 : Yet More Tales of Body Enhancements Gone Bad! tpb (Smart Rhino 2017) I think the title says it all. 19 stories by William Nolan, Jason Brock, Jack Ketchum, Graham Masterton, more. Fine. $8.00 

Derleth, August – The Sleeping and the Dead (Pellagrini & Cudahy 1947) 30 Uncanny stories. VG in well-worn jacket with chips and creases.  $35.00

P. Dunphy (ed) – Year’s Best Body Horror 2017 Anthology tpb (2017) Abodyemigphobia – Fear of the visceral aspects of the human body. New stories exploring this theme. Fine. $8.00

Harihareswara / Richardson (ed) – Thoughcrime Experiments : Nine Stories tpb (2009) Mary Anne Mohanraj, Ken Liu, Mark Onspaugh, others. Fine. $7.00 

Jones, Stephen (ed) – Best New Horror #27 (PS / Drugstore Indian Press 2017) Huge anthology of current Horror. Fine. $12.00 

Joe R. Lansdale / Norman Partridge / Norman Prentiss / John Skipp – Four Zombies 1st ED. HC (Cemetery Dance 2013) Anthology of four Zombie stories. #180/766 copies SIGNED by All four authors. Fine in jacket. $40.00 

Routh, Rowan (ed) – Eight Ghosts (The English Heritage Book of New Ghost Stories) 1st. HC (September Pub. 2017) Ghost stories set in English Heritage sites including stories by Andrew Michael Hurley and Mark Haddon. Fine in jacket. $10.00 

Wolf, Leonard (ed) – Doubles, Dummies and Dolls : 21 Terror Tales of Replication tpb (Newmarket Press 1995) Bloch, Poe, Oates, Kersh, others. Near fine. $7.00

Used & Rare Magazines

Cemetery Dance (Full-size 8.5×11) 

#11 Clive Barker, Charles Grant, Joe Lansdale, Kathryn Ptacek VGF.  $5.00
#14 Stephen King, Ray Garton, Rick Hautala, Bentley Little VGF. $5.00
#15 Thomas Tessier, Charles Grant, Melanie Tem, Paul Sammon VGF.  $5.00
#16 Gahan Wilson, Joe Lansdale, Dougless Clegg, Ed Gorman VGF  $5.00
#17/18 Ray Garton, Thomas Tessier, Poppy Brite, Joe Lansdale VGF.  $5.00
#19 Douglass Clegg, Gary Raisor, Lucy Taylor, Joseph Citro VGF  $5.00
#20 Joe R. Lansdale, William Nolan, Jack Ketchum, Richard Laymon VGF $5.00 

#21 Douglass Clegg, Norman Partridge, Nancy Collins VGF.  $5.00
#23 Hugh B. Cave, William Nolan, Jack Ketchum, Gary Braunbeck VGF $5.00

#24 David Schow, Ed Gorman, Ronald Kelly, Elizabeth Engstrom VGF $5.00

#25 Richard Laymon, Hugh B. Cave, Melanie Tem, Ronald Kelly VGF.  $5.00

#26 Dean Koontz, Poppy Brite, William Nolan, Jack Ketchum. VGF.  $5.00
#27 Richard Matheson, Joe R. Lansdale, Ray Garton, Jack Ketchum. VGF.  $5.00

#28 Poppy Brite, Thomas Tessier, Nancy Collins, David Silva. VG.  $5.00
#30 Poppy Brite, Ramsey Campbell, Dennis Etchison, Stephen King VGF  $5.00

#31 Robert Bloch, Richard Matheson, James Patterson VGF  $5.00
#32 Peter Straub, F. Paul Wilson, Joe Lansdale, Poppy Z. Brite VGF  $5.00
#33 Charles Beaumont, Poppy Z. Brite, Graham Masterton. VGF  $5.00
#34 Richard Laymon, Jack Ketchum, John Shirley, Dennis Etchison VGF   $5.00

#35 Simon Clark, Peter Straub, David Silva, Al Sarrantonio VGF.  $5.00
#36 Bentley Little, Tim Lebbon, Nancy Holder, Jonathan Lethem VGF.  $5.00 

#37 Ray Garton, Gary Raisor, T.M. Wright, Al Sarrantonio VGF.  $5.00

#38 Hugh Cave, Ed Gorman, Graham Masterton, William Nolan. VGF.  $5.00

#39 Gahan Wilson, Gary Braunbeck, Michael Slade VGF.  $5.00
#42 Nancy Collins, Charles Grant, Thomas Tessier. VGF.  $5.00
#45 F. Paul Wilson, RC Matheson, Thomas Monteleone. VGF.  $5.00


September 1953 (#1) Dick, Jacobi, Anderson, Jakes. VG.  $10.00
March 1954 (#3) Jack Vance, John Jakes, Bertram Chandler. VG.   $5.00

July 1954 (#4) Anderson, Dickson, Budrys, Dick, others. VG.  $7.00

Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine 

October 1952 James M. Cain, S. J. Perelman, Mark Twain. VG.  $5.00

May/Jun 1953 Asimov, Wyndham, Bester, Chad Oliver. VGF.  $5.00

Jul/Aug. 1953 Sturgeon, Wyndham, Sheckley, Waugh. VG. $5.00

Jan/Feb 1954 Bradbury, Walter Miller, Budrys, Bixby. VGF.  $5.00

December 1961 Robert E. Howard, Daniel Galouye. VG. $5.00


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