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[West Warwick, Rhode Island]: Necronomicon Press, . Octavo, pictorial wrappers. New edition. In 1935 Fantasy Magazine asked 5 weird fiction writers and 5 science fiction writers to write two collaborative stories around the title The Challenge From Beyond. Presented here is both versions. (Necronomincon Press previously published this in an illustrated edition in 1978).
Reading, Pennsylvania: Fantasy Press, 1948. Octavo, cloth. First edition. One of 500 copies with inserted numbered limitation plate. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 2-134. Survey of Science Fiction Literature I, pp. 238-41. In 333.
[Jamaica, N.Y. Printed by Rupert Printing Service, 1936.]. Octavo, pp. [1-8] 9-313 [314-315: blank] [316: colophon], inserted frontispiece (photographic portrait of Weinbaum), original black fabrikoid, front panel stamped in gold, all edges stained red. First edition. The author's posthumous first book. This memorial volume collecting seven short stories and novelettes by Weinbaum, including the first book appearance of his classic "A Martian Odyssey," was prepared by the Milwaukee Fictioneers, an informal fan group of which Weinbaum was a member. 500 copies were printed, but only 250 were bound. Five of the bound copies have an introduction by Raymond A. Palmer, the remainder (including this one) have one by Lawrence Keating.
Chicago, New York: Ziff Davis Publishing Company, 1939. Octavo, pp. [1-4] [1-3] 4-262 [263-264: blank] [note: last leaf is a blank]. illustration by Phillip Grushkin, cloth. First edition. Weinbaum's second, and first commercially published book. "A classic 'superman' novel. An attempt to examine seriously and thoughtfully the possible career of an evolved man born into the contemporary world. Less devoted to social criticism than Stapledon's Odd John, it appears to have been similarly inspired by Bereford's The Hampdenshire Wonder." - Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 2-136.
Reading: Fantasy Press, 1952. Octavo, cloth. First edition. Currey "A" binding.
Reading: Fantasy Press, 1952. Octavo, illustration by John T. Brooks, cloth. First edition. Story collection. Currey "A" binding.