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UNEARTH: The Magazine Of Science Fiction Discoveries. Number One/Winter, 1977

By: (ELLISON, Harlan)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Boston, Unearth Publications: 1977

Edition: First

Seller ID: 138


Harlan Ellison was listed on the masthead as "Contributing Editor," which is probably what helped launch the digest-sized magazine. UNEARTH was established to provide a market for "writers who had not het made a sale." They also published established authors "First sales" as examples of where these writers had started. A clever marketing niche, I thought. This #1 issue features Harlan Ellison's first published story—"GLOWWORM." The magazine was roughtly cut upon pub... View more info

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HARLAN ELLISON: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CHECKLIST

By: (ELLISON, Harlan) SWIGART, Leslie Kay

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Dallas, Williams Publishing Co.: 1973

Edition: First

Seller ID: 142


An excellent bibliography of the noted SF writer's work up until 1973. Fully illustrated with book cover reproductions, photographs of the subject and pieces from his collection. In addition is a brief but fact-filled biography of the author by Swigart; appreciations of Ellison by Asimov, Bova, Ed Bryant, Silverberg, Joanna Russ, and James Sutherland. 120 pages, including self-covers, oversized paper-bound, printed upon good paper in an edition of 1000 numbered copies... View more info

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FANTASMS: A Jack Vance Bibliography

By: (VANCE, Jack)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: San Francisco/Columbia, PA., Underwood-Miller: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 144


An excellent bibliography listing more than 150 items illustrated with very helpful photographs. One of 900 copies issued in heavy paper covers. A fine copy. View more info

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ROBERT BLOCH: SELECTED STORIES—Underwood/Miller, 1987. 500 signed, numbered, slipcased copies.

By: BLOCH, Robert

Price: $225.00

Publisher: San Francisco/Columbia, PA., Underwood-Miller: 1987

Edition: First

Seller ID: 103


Ninety-seven (couldn't they've made it an even 100!) of the author's finest stories including such classics as THE SKULL OF THE MARQUIS DE SADE, THE SHADOW FROM THE STEEPLE, THE MAN WHO COLLECTED POE, A TOY FOR JULIETTE, etc. Copy #108 of 500 SIGNED & NUMBERED. A handsome set indeed. As new. Paper flaw crease on pg. 21. Issued in cloth-slipcase without dust-jackets. First volume only signed. View more info

Image for ROBERT BLOCH: PSYCHO.  Simon & Schuster, 1959.  First edition. SIGNED & INSCRIBED to H.P. Lovecraft biographer and researcher—Arthur Koki. Fine fresh copy.

ROBERT BLOCH: PSYCHO. Simon & Schuster, 1959. First edition. SIGNED & INSCRIBED to H.P. Lovecraft biographer and researcher—Arthur Koki. Fine fresh copy.

By: BLOCH, Robert

Price: $4,000.00

Publisher: New York, Simon & Schuster: 1959

Edition: First

Seller ID: 106


One of the most influential horror novels of the 20th century with a contemporary signature and lengthy inscription to an H.P. Lovecraft biographer and researcher, noted in Joshi's biography, by the author—"To _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with kindest personal regards and in full confidence that the day is not far distant when he will be autographing HIS books for me! Robert Bloch, 1961" Lightly toned paper—far less than usually encountered with this cheaply made book... View more info

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HARLAN ELLISON: STRANGE WINE—Harper & Row, 1978. First Edition. SIGNED by author.

By: ELLISON, Harlan

Price: $95.00

Publisher: New York, Harper & Row: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 133


Collection of fifteen tales from the author's middle period, including the notable HITLER PAINTED ROSES, THE DIAGNOSIS OF DR. D'ARQUEANGEL, CROATOAN, and others. SIGNED by the late author. Lightly rubbed d.j., slight bump to top of spine of d.j. near fine. View more info

Image for HARLAN ELLISON: SHATTERDAY. Houghton Mifflin, 1980. First Edition.  With scarce  Leo & Diane Dillon designed bookplate in original envelope, limited to 1000, SIGNED by the author, as issued from the publisher.

HARLAN ELLISON: SHATTERDAY. Houghton Mifflin, 1980. First Edition. With scarce Leo & Diane Dillon designed bookplate in original envelope, limited to 1000, SIGNED by the author, as issued from the publisher.

By: ELLISON, Harlan

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Boston, Houghton Mifflin: 1980

Edition: First

Seller ID: 134


A collection of sixteen stories, most notable being the title-story, ALL THE LIES THAT ARE MY LIFE, and JEFFTY IS FIVE. This copy bears the SIGNED, NUMBERED bookplate of 1000, printed by the publisher, designed by Leo and Diane Dillon for the book, that was distributed at the 1980 NOREASCON in Boston. It is signed by ELLISON. With the original printed envelope from the publisher. Fine in lightly rubbed d.j. View more info

Image for HARLAN ELLISON: ALL THE LIES THAT ARE MY LIFE.  Underwood/Miller, 1980. First Edition. Limited to 200 SIGNED & NUMBERED copies.

HARLAN ELLISON: ALL THE LIES THAT ARE MY LIFE. Underwood/Miller, 1980. First Edition. Limited to 200 SIGNED & NUMBERED copies.

By: ELLISON, Harlan

Price: $125.00

Publisher: San Francisco/Columbia, PA, Underwood-Miller: 1980

Edition: First

Seller ID: 135


A notable book, featuring a lengthy, fictional-autobiographical-tale that didn't quite reach novel length, fleshed out by afterwards by authors who were the author's friends—Robert Silverberg, Norman Spinrad, Vonda McIntyre, Robert Sheckley, Philip José Farmer, Edward Bryant, and Thomas Disch. An edition limited to only 200 SIGNED, NUMBERED copies by the author. As usual, a handsome book, from this distinguished publisher. Fine in d.j. View more info

Image for HARLAN ELLISON: MEDEA:HARLAN'S WORLD—with PRECIS OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR AN IMAGINARY PLANET.  Phantasia Press & UCLA Extension, 1975/1985. First edition—SIGNED by 10, with rare, separate PRECIS booklet.

HARLAN ELLISON: MEDEA:HARLAN'S WORLD—with PRECIS OF SPECIFICATIONS FOR AN IMAGINARY PLANET. Phantasia Press & UCLA Extension, 1975/1985. First edition—SIGNED by 10, with rare, separate PRECIS booklet.

By: ELLISON, Harlan

Price: $995.00

Publisher: Huntington Woods, Michigan/Los Angeles, Phantasia Press/UCLA Extension: 1975/1985

Edition: First

Seller ID: 136


MEDEA:HARLAN'S WORLD. The book which took ten years for completion from it's original conception initiated as a PRECIS from the UCLA Extension class entitled—TEN TUESDAYS DOWN A RABBIT HOLE: THE WORLD OF SCIENCE FICTION. Story contributors were HARLAN ELLISON, JACK WILLIAMSON, THEODORE STURGEON, HAL CLEMENT, POUL ANDERSON, THOMAS DISCH, FRANK HERBERT, KATE WILHELM, and ROBERT SILVERBERG, with the dust-jacket illustration by FRANK KELLY FREAS. The book was SIGNED by... View more info

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SLIPPAGE Precariously Poised Previously Unpublished Stories—Signed, Presentation copy.

By: ELLISON, Harlan

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Shingletown, Calif., Mark V. Ziesing: 1997

Edition: First

Seller ID: 137


A grab-bag of materials—twenty-seven in all—previously uncollected or unpublished pieces, and 30,000 additional words not found in the trade edition, issued by Houghton Mifflin. The first book published after the author's heart attack and subsequent quadruple bypass, in 1996. The late author's lengthy introduction is worth the price of admission. A PRESENTATION copy, SIGNED & INSCRIBED on a special tipped-in limitation plate, from the author to his friend, publish... View more info

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THE PLACE WITH NO NAME.

By: ELLISON, Harlan

Price: $95.00

Publisher: New York, Fantasy & Science Fiction Magazine: 1969

Edition: First

Seller ID: 141


The Original page-proofs—the author's name, "Ellison" is hand-written in ink on each page, noting the author's own copy. The complete 12-page story with many corrections in the author's hand. Published in the Fritz Leiber issue of FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION, July, 1969. Lightly toned at edges but still v.g. View more info

Image for HARLAN ELLISON: STALKING THE NIGHTMARE. Phantasia Press, 1982. LImited to 700 SIGNED & NUMBERED copies, issued in slipcase. STEPHEN KING introduction.

HARLAN ELLISON: STALKING THE NIGHTMARE. Phantasia Press, 1982. LImited to 700 SIGNED & NUMBERED copies, issued in slipcase. STEPHEN KING introduction.

By: ELLISON, Harlan (Stephen KING)

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Huntington Woods, Michigan, Phantasia Press: 1982

Edition: First

Seller ID: 131


A potpourri of twenty-one essays and stories. Excellent introduction by STEPHEN KING. Limited to 700 SIGNED & NUMBERED copies, by the author. Fine in d.j., and slipcase. View more info

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THE DRAWING OF THE THREE

By: KING, Stephen

Price: $100.00

Publisher: West Kingston, RI, Donald M. Grant: 1987

Edition: First

Seller ID: 145


The 2nd book in the DARK TOWER saga, illustrated with ten full color plates by Phil Hale. The trade edition. A fine copy in d.j. View more info

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BLACK MAGIC & MUSIC

By: KING, Stephen

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Bangor, Maine, Bangor Historical Society: 1983

Edition: First

Seller ID: 146


An attractive little booklet of seven-pages, not counting covers, illustrated with photographs of the author and his home, accompanying the essay—A NOVELIST'S PERSPECTIVE ON BANGOR. The event was a fund raiser for the Bangor Historical Society. Stephen King is a pretty good musician, as well as writer! Near fine copy of an uncommon Stephen King item. View more info

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STEPHEN KING'S YEAR OF FEAR 1986 CALENDAR

By: KING, Stephen

Price: $30.00

Publisher: New York, New American Library: 1985

Edition: First

Seller ID: 147


Calendar devoted to Stephen King with interior illustrations and covers from his books,; a terrific photo of the author's magnificent house and bat-fence as the cover, and notes on various days that coincide with incidents in the author's books. A little rubbing at edges, else a nice copy. View more info

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(THE MONKEY) GALLERY. November, 1980.

By: KING, Stephen

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Gallery Magazine: 1980

Edition: First

Seller ID: 148


The first appearance of the Stephen King story—THE MONKEY—a thirty-four page story, issued as a "pull-out." This copy has not been pulled-out, but remains stapled inside next to the center-fold. Unusual to find it still attached. An attractive little booklet and a novel idea. A fine copy. View more info

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GEORGE ORWELL: ANIMAL FARM. Secker & Warburg, 1945. First Edition.

By: ORWELL, George

Price: $550.00

Publisher: London, Secker & Warburg: 1945

Edition: First

Seller ID: 128


Orwell's classic post-war satire on dictators—well worthy of re-reading to this day. A very popular book when it first appeared, copies were handed and read from person to person. This copy bears bears the contemporary inscription—"To my darling father—a story that might bridge our political differences!" One 1/4" closed tear to flyleaf-page edge, one 1/4" closed tear to bottom edge page 84. A little color rubbed from heel of spine-cloth, color rubbed from a fe... View more info

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GEORGE ORWELL: NINETEEN EIGHT-FOUR. Secker & Warburg, 1949. [First Edition].

By: ORWELL, George

Price: $2,250.00

Publisher: London, Secker & Warburg: 1949

Seller ID: 129


One of the very greatest of social commenatries and a chilling reminder even today, that totalitarianism is an ever present threat when there are no checks on the balances of government. A copy previously owned by the Duc de Richelieu, 1875-1952, and SIGNED by him dated the year of publication. View more info

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CLARK ASHTON SMITH: IN THE REALMS OF MYSTERY AND WONDER: Collected Prose Poems and Artwork. Centipede Press, 2017.

By: SMITH, CLARK ASHTON

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Lakewood, CO, Centipede Press: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: 112


When I assisted in the gathering of some of the materials for this book I was at first very doubtful of the outcome, but I must applaud Jerad Walters' effort assembling the finest book that was ever done, and ever likely to be done, in presenting the majority of the artwork of Clark Ashton Smith; it is a remarkable book. Its popularity is evidenced by the fact that the book went O.P., in less than a year. Listed at the original in-print price. As new copies still in s... View more info

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HILL OF DIONYSUS

By: SMITH, Clark Ashton

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Pacific Grove, Calif., Roy A. Squires/Clyde Beck: 1962

Edition: First

Seller ID: 114


A selection of previously unpublished poetry, most of it love poetry. Though not formally dedicated to her, these poems were for the great love of his life, Madelene Green, who was married to the poet, Eric Barker, a friend of CAS. First RAS PRESS book. Pebbled paper printed in green. View more info