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New York: The Mysterious Press [i.e. Penzler Books], . Octavo, cloth. First U.S. edition. One of 250 numbered copies signed by the author. Collects twelve stories. Murder, obsessive relationships, religion, psychological tension are all covered here.
West Linn, OR: FAX Collector's Editions, 1974. Octavo, cloth. First edition. Collects ten stories, all originally written for MAGIC CARPET and ORIENTAL STORIES pulp magazines, only one saw publication in the former, two others were printed posthumously in THE HOWARD COLLECTOR, the rest first published here.
West Kingston, Rhode Island: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1978. Large octavo, illustrations by Michael R. Hague, quarter cloth with boards. First edition of this combination. Collects "Queen of the Black Coast" from The Coming of Conan and "The Vale of Lost Women" from Conan of Cimmeria. Seventh volume of the "deluxe" Conan series.
New York: Popular Library, . Small octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Popular Library #478. Paperback original. The author's second mystery novel.
Kirkland, MO: Illustration Magazine, 2003. Large octavo, single issue, pictorial wrappers. Slick magazine devoted to illustration art. This issue devoted to Robert Peak.
New York, Random House, . Octavo, cloth backed boards. First edition. The author's second novel.
Penyffordd, Chester: Ash-Tree Press, 1995. Octavo, cloth. Later edition. Limited to 300 copies. The Ash-Tree Press edition adds a new introduction by Rosemary Pardoe. The second book published by the Ash-Tree Press and their first hardcover volume, preceded by LADY STANHOPE'S MANUSCRIPT AND OTHER SUPERNATURAL TALES.
New York, Hagerstown, San Francisco, London: Harper and Row Publishers, . Octavo, cloth backed boards. First edition. Sherlock Holmes and Theodore Roosevelt investigate in New York City.
New York: Glen-Kel Pub. Co., Inc., 1949. Octavo, single issue, cover by Gross, pictorial wrappers. Pulp magazine. Ki-Gor, Jungle Lord.
[Sauk City, WI]: Arkham House Publishers, Inc., . Octavo, cloth. First edition. Collects ten stories, three reprinted from THE SURLY SULLEN BELL (1962), the remainder new to this collection. A companion volume to his earlier Arkham House collection THE PRINCESS OF ALL LANDS (1979). See Barron (ed), Fantasy and Horror 6-207.
New York: Ballantine Books, . Octavo, illustration by Richard Powers, boards. First edition. Collection of ten stories.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, . Octavo, cloth-backed boards. First edition. A man's "dreams affect reality in drastic fashion. A psychiatrist attempts to harness his strange ability in order to make the world a better place, with unfortunate results. An effective parable which reads remarkably like a novel by Philip K. Dick (it was almost certainly intended by Le Guin as a tribute to that writer for whom she has expressed intense admiration elsewhere). Filmed as a TV movie in 1980." - Pringle, The Ultimate Guide to Science Fiction, second edition (1995), p. 207. 1971 Nebula and 1972 Hugo nominee. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-642. Sargent, British and American Utopian Literature, 1516-1985, Additions. Survey of Science Fiction Literature III, pp. 1161-64.
Philadelphia: The John C. Winston Company, . Octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Once thought to be an advance issue or uncorrected proof, this paperwraps issue is possibly prepared for use at U.S. Military base libraries or perhaps a simple low cost remainder issue. The book is made up of first edition sheets complete with the illustrated Schomburg end papers enclosed in stiff paper wrappers which has the dust jacket pasted to them. The jacket is a later state jacket with 29 titles listed on the rear panel instead of 15 that are listed on the first. This is an uncommon issue.
San Francisco: Night Shade Books, . Octavo, cloth. First edition. Edited by S.T. Joshi. The complete poetry of H.P. Lovecraft with previously unpublished material.
[Sauk City, Wisconsin]: Arkham House Publishers, Inc., . Octavo, cloth. First edition. Collects ten stories. The author's first book. "MacLeod is a self-consciously and deliberately literary author. His prose is crafted with far more care than that of most sf authors, and to the extent that he depicts conceptual Novums or scientific advances, they are most often the background for exploration of character. Along with Robert Silverberg he is perhaps sf's greatest chronicler of inwardness." SFE online. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-696.
New York: Ballantine Books, . Octavo, cloth backed boards. First edition. Includes a two page map of Pern and a 17 page "Dragondex", a guide to peoples and terms. The third book in the "Pern" series. See: Barron (ed), Fantasy and Horror 7-256. Anatomy of Wonder (2004) II-734. Survey of Science Fiction Literature II, pp. 605-07.
Baltimor: Borderlands Press, 1991. Octavo, cloth. First hardcover edition. Limited to 750 numbered copies, this copy is not numbered and marked "PC," signed by the editor and the contributors. Original anthology of vampire fiction in a shared world setting, collecting seventeen stories by Robert R. McCammon, Nancy Collins, Al Sarrantonio, Charles de Lint, Chet Williamson, Suzy McKee Charnas and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Richard Laymon, Thomas Monteleone, Lisa W. Cantrell, and others.
London: Allison & Busby, 1978. Octavo, boards. First edition. "An evocative, tender and haunting novel which ranks among the best examples of contemporary fantasy with a classical, historical background." - Barron (ed), Fantasy Literature 4A-183. Winner of the 1978 John W. Campbell Award. Barron (ed), Fantasy and Horror (1999) 7-266. Pringle, Modern Fantasy: The Hundred Best Novels 67. Schlobin, The Literature of Fantasy 754.
New York: Flying Eagle Publications, Inc., 1956. Small octavo, single issue, cover by Frank Cozzarelli, pictorial wrappers. Digest sized magazine. The first of only three issues published. Contemporary crime and murder stories. From the publishers of MANHUNT, another magazine that faced stiff competition in the marketplace and could not find a foothold. Author's include: Lionel White, Jack Ritchie, Ed Hoch and others. Cook, Mystery, Detective and Espionage Magazines, pp. 335-336.
[London: MacDonald & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., 1968]. Octavo, boards. First British (and first hardcover) edition. The author's first book. First in the "Known Space" series.