Ephemera (letters, chapbooks, etc)
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[Birmingham: The Birmingham Science Fiction Group, 1979]. Octavo, printed wrappers. First edition. Limited to 550 numbered copies. Signed by Aldiss on the limitation page. Booklet issued for Novacon 10 at which Aldiss was guest of honor. Prints the short story.
[New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, 1933.]. Octavo, pp.  2-32, original pictorial wrappers, stapled. Advance "teaser" printing the first 32 pages of the novel. Promotional booklet for this famous, popular catastrophe novel, which was a huge commercial success (over half a million copies sold) and was made into a film that helped spark the SF movie boom of the 1950s. The front cover reproduces the four-color illustration printed on the front panel of the dust jacket of the published book.
Birmingham: The Birmingham Science Fiction Group, 1993. Small octavao, pictorial wrappers, stapled. First edition. One of 400 copies done for Novacon 23. Signed by Baxter. A 12 page story in chapbook format.
[West Warwick, Rhode Island]: Necronomicon Press, . Octavo, pictorial wrappers, stapled. First edition. Collects a series of letters from Bierce to Samuel Loveman, 1908-1913. Introduction by Donald R. Burleson.
Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Record, March 1, 1931. Folio, pp.  2-16, illustration, newsprint. Complete publlication of the novel in the fiction section of the Sunday edition of The Philadelphia Record in March of 1931. Illustration at the first page.
[Pittsburgh, PA: House of Greystoke, 1998]. Small octavo, printed wrappers. First edition. The first part originally appeared in TARZAN AND THE ANT-MEN (1924), addendum to that first appears here. Basically a list of the Tarzan books, plot synopsis, when written and published. Souvenir booklet from the Pittsburgh 1998 ECOF.
[Bristol, Rhode Island: Hobgoblin Press, 1995.]. Octavo, pictorial wrappers, stapled. First edition. Reprints from periodicals and other sources a miscellany of essays, articles, reviews and letters. With an introduction by the editor.
Pengrove: The Dog and Duck Press, 1949. Booklet; 5 3/4" x 7 3/4", pp. [1-8], printed self wrappers, bound with string. First edition. Limited to twenty copies privately printed. A one page sonnet.
Arlington, VA: Carrollton Clark, 1975. Large octavo cloth. First edition. Of 3000 copies printed this is one of 1000 numbered copies comprising the "collector's" issue. Prints the eight month correspondence of Lovecraft, then 46, with the 15 year old Conover. With the author's continuity and commentary. Joshi-A-62. Tymm (ed.) Horror Literature 7-40.
Mount Olive, NC: Cryptic Publications, 1988. Small octavo, printed wrappers, stapled. First edition. Thirty-six page booklet with material on Smith by Donald Wandrei, Donald Sydney-Fryer, Richard Stockton, Clark Ashton Smith, Marjorie Farber, Douglas Anderson and editorial by Price. Also includes the conclusion to "Return of the Sorcerer" by Smith.
Bloomington and Barrington, IL: Black Dog Books in association with Tattered Pages Press, 2004. Octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Limited edition of 350 copies. Booklet distributed at Pulpcon 33 in 2004. Includes obituary by Jack Adrian, remembrances by Mike Ashley, David Drake, Bob Weinberg, Brian Lumley and others. Also includes a previously uncollected short story "The Thirty Swords."
Baltimore, MD: [Baltimore Gun Club, LLC], 1995. Large octavo, stiff pictorial wrappers. First edition. Includes the first publication of the story "Human History" by Lucius Shepard. Other fiction by Ed Bryant, Howard Waldrop, and Elizabeth Hand. Art portfolio by Rick Berry.
Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1992. Octavo, cloth backed boards. First edition. One of 500 numbered copies signed by Simmons. Notebooks kept by Simmons that influenced his books, words and sketches. Includes an introduction by Simmons placing them in perspective.
Northridge: Lord John Press, 1992. Octavo, quarter leather with boards. First edition. One of 200 numbered copies signed by Simmons, the deluxe edition. Notebooks kept by Simmons that influenced his books, words and sketches. Includes an introduction by Simmons placing them in perspective.