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Image for  TWIN HIEROGLYPHS THAT SWIM THE RIVER DUST—26 COPY EDITION!  Lord John Press, 1978.  Bound in calfskin, housed in Gray Parrot deluxe clamshell box.

TWIN HIEROGLYPHS THAT SWIM THE RIVER DUST—26 COPY EDITION! Lord John Press, 1978. Bound in calfskin, housed in Gray Parrot deluxe clamshell box.

By: BRADBURY, Ray

Price: $600.00

Publisher: Northridge, Calif., Lord John Press: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 543


Twenty-six pages of previously uncollected poetry by the noted fantasist. A handsome fine press book printed from set type upon Gainsborough paper. This is one of twenty-six lettered, signed, copies especially bound in leather. Housed within a leather spined clamshell case by Gray Parrot by bookseller, Roy A. Squires for his patrons. These copies all went to friends of the author and publisher. View more info

Image for THIS ATTIC WHERE THE MEADOW GREENS. Lord John Press, 1979.  300 Signed numbered copies.

THIS ATTIC WHERE THE MEADOW GREENS. Lord John Press, 1979. 300 Signed numbered copies.

By: BRADBURY, Ray

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Northridge, California, Lord John Press: 1979

Edition: First

Seller ID: 571


Ten poems—forty-three pages of poetry—by the legendary fantasy fictioneer. Bradbury was a very approachable, emotional, amusing and always engaging poet. Limited to 375 copies, this is one of the 300 signed by the author. A Fine Press book, printed by the noted, Grant Dahlstrom. As new. Issued w/o d.j. View more info

Image for WHERE ROBOT MICE AND ROBOT MEN, RUN 'ROUND IN ROBOT TOWNS.  Knopf, 1977.  First edition.  Signed by the author.

WHERE ROBOT MICE AND ROBOT MEN, RUN 'ROUND IN ROBOT TOWNS. Knopf, 1977. First edition. Signed by the author.

By: BRADBURY, Ray

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New York, Knopf: 1977

Edition: First

Seller ID: 579


More than thirty previously uncollected poems, including THE NEFERTITI-TUT EXPRESS that was later rewritten by the author as a short story and illustrated by Gary Gianni, to great acclaim! A nice 1977 readable signature from the author. Fine in d.j. Bradbury's poems are like short-shorts meant to be recited aloud. View more info

Image for RAY BRADBURY: DARK CARNIVAL.  Arkham House, 1946.  [First edition]. [3112 copies]. Author's first book—SIGNED.

RAY BRADBURY: DARK CARNIVAL. Arkham House, 1946. [First edition]. [3112 copies]. Author's first book—SIGNED.

By: BRADBURY, Ray.

Price: $2,200.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Wisconsin, Arkham House: 1947

Edition: [First Edition]

Seller ID: 1121


I have always maintained that after HPL, the most important/influential author published by Arkham House was Ray Bradbury: Bradbury was the founding father of the California Writer revolution of the 1950's-60's, influencing those who intentionally broke away from the HPL and more Gothic tradition of horror; Charles Beaumont, George Clayton Johnson, William F. Nolan, Dennis Etchison, Harlan Ellison, and others who brought horror "into the light." DARK CARNIVAL collects twenty-seven of Bradbury's best early horrors, primarily from WEIRD TALES. Bradbury was a true Master of Horror, but as time ... View more info

THE AQUEDUCT.

By: BRADBURY, Ray.

Price: $250.00

Publisher: [Glendale, Calif.], Roy A. Squires: 1979

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1035


A lost MARTIAN CHRONICLE story found in the artist's files by his friend Bruce Francis. Privately printed letterpress by Roy A. Squires in an edition of 230 copies. Most copies were signed by the author but this copy is additionally signed by the artist who drew & colored the title-page decoration. View more info