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Image for ROBERT BLOCH: UNDER THE HORNS—AN ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPT FROM DARK MIND, DARK HEART. Arkham House, 1962.

ROBERT BLOCH: UNDER THE HORNS—AN ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPT FROM DARK MIND, DARK HEART. Arkham House, 1962.

By: BLOCH, Robert

Price: $900.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1962

Edition: First

Seller ID: 546


The original typed manuscript as submitted to August Derleth for his 1962 anthology—DARK MIND, DARK HEART— is the first story in the book. The 4200 word manuscript is SIGNED upon the title-page by the author. Typesetters markings throughout. Arkham House manuscripts are rarely offered. It is in fine condition and is housed within a deluxe clamshell-box, designed by the noted book binder, Gray Parrot. View more info

TWIN HIEROGLYPHS THAT SWIM THE RIVER DUST—26 COPY EDITION!

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. These copies all went to friends of the author and publisher. View more info

Image for RAMSEY CAMPBELL: DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT—THE END OF A SUMMER'S DAY—Arkham House, 1973. Author's carbon typescript, SIGNED.  "As far as I'm concerned this is the most disturbing story in the book"—Ramsey Campbell.

RAMSEY CAMPBELL: DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT—THE END OF A SUMMER'S DAY—Arkham House, 1973. Author's carbon typescript, SIGNED. "As far as I'm concerned this is the most disturbing story in the book"—Ramsey Campbell.

By: CAMPBELL, Ramsey

Price: $750.00

Publisher: DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT, Arkham House: 1973

Seller ID: 520


Ramsey Campbell's SIGNED 7-page, 2400 word, carbon typescript of his story—THE END OF A SUMMER'S DAY, published in the Arkham House book—DEMONS BY DAYLIGHT. Additionally there is a postscript to the story on the typescript that was not included in the AH book—"As far as I'm concerned this is the most disturbing story in the book. It virtually wrote itself; the man went blind before I realized; Freudians may be able to read the code of the narrative and explain wh... View more info

THE DOOR BELOW

By: CAVE, Hugh B.

Price: $95.00

Publisher: Minneapolis, Fedoghan & Bremer: 1997

Edition: First

Seller ID: 531


A selection of twenty-five previously uncollected talescovering the entire career of the author from his beginnings in the 1930's to tales from his resurrection and rediscovery by Carcosa Press and Fedoghan and Bremer in the 1990's. This being one of 100 SIGNED, slipcased copies, although it must've been a presentation copy as there is no number in the bookplate. As new in d.j. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1934, September—THE PLUTONIAN DRUG

By: CLARK ASHTON SMITH

Price: $45.00

Seller ID: 466


Very nice copy V.g.+ to Near Fine. Features the first appearance of the Clark Ashton Smith—THE PLUTONIAN DRUG and his only appearance in AMAZING. Untrimmed, nice spine. 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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HARLAN ELLISON: HITLER PAINTED ROSES—Self-published, one of forty copies, SIGNED!

By: ELLISON, Harlan

Price: $275.00

Publisher: Sherman Oaks, Calif., Harlan Ellison: 1976

Edition: First

Seller ID: 182


Limited to only forty signed copies, this first printing xerox copy of the manuscript of HITLER PAINTED ROSES written/published by Harlan Ellison, was issued as a special promotion if you subscribed to Delap's F & SF REVIEW. The story was written on the air, over radio station KPFK on Friday, Augst 13th 1976 and Friday, August 27th 1976 and was completed and read by the author, Friday September 3, 1976 as a feature of Mike Hodell and Mitchell Harding's program—HOUR 25... View more info

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ROBERT E. HOWARD: SKULL-FACE & Others. Arkham House, 1946. [First Edition].

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $995.00

Publisher: Sauk City, WI, Arkham House: 1946

Edition: First

Seller ID: 109


The author's first book published in his own country—ten years after his death—this grand omnibus volume is one of Arkham House's finest books. SKULL-FACE contains H.P. Lovecraft's moving and laudatory— A MEMORIAM—"That such a genuine artist should perish while hundreds of insincere hacks continue to concoct spurious ghosts and vampires and space-ships and occult detectives is indeed a sorry piece of cosmic irony!" E. Hoffmann Price's— A MEMORY OF R.E. HOWARD... View more info

Image for ROBERT E. HOWARD: THE DARK MAN and others.  Arkham House, 1964, 2029 copies printed.

ROBERT E. HOWARD: THE DARK MAN and others. Arkham House, 1964, 2029 copies printed.

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $325.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1964

Edition: First

Seller ID: 508


Arkham House's 2nd book of fiction by Robert E. Howard, published eighteen years after their landmark volume, SKULL-FACE and others. Fifteen previously uncollected stories. [2029 copies printed]. The usual rubbing to the front panel of s.j., with far less than normall found on the spine. The Arkham black dust-jackets are notorious for their penchant towards rubbing. One corner bumped, one nubbed. A tight, fine copy, NO corner bumps—unusual for the 1960's Arkhams. a ... View more info

Image for ROBERT E. HOWARD: ALWAYS COMES EVENING the collected poems of Robert E. Howard. Arkham House, 1957, 636 copies printed.

ROBERT E. HOWARD: ALWAYS COMES EVENING the collected poems of Robert E. Howard. Arkham House, 1957, 636 copies printed.

By: HOWARD, Robert E.

Price: $750.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1957

Edition: First

Seller ID: 509


The first poetry book published , just missed by a year as a twentieth anniversary of the author's death. At the time of it's publication, these were thought to be the entirety of Howard's poetry. Eighty-three pages of verse, all of it very readable. [636 copies printed]. Printed British style, with the author's name reading up the spine. A strong very good copy with some rubbing to d.j., moderate foxing to top page-edges, glue show-through to endpapers—a common fl... View more info

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TALES OF CONAN

By: HOWARD, ROBERT E./DE CAMP, L. SPRAGUE

Price: $125.00

Publisher: New York, Gnome Press: 1955

Edition: First

Seller ID: 515


De Camp took four previously unpublished Robert E. Howard stories that weren't CONAN stories, and changed the locales to the HYBORIAN AGE, and "foto-shopped" the character CONAN into them. I found them very readable at the time. Fresh copy with the usual aging because of the cheap paper, very slight tweaking to the spine with light fading to spine-lettering of d.j. Grey boards, binding 'D'.' 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

THE COMPASS ROSE

By: LE GUIN, Ursula K.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Portland, San Francisco, Columbia, Pendragon Press: 1982

Edition: First

Seller ID: 534


Twenty previously uncollected stories. One of the 550 Signed, Numbered copies. Just a few traces of foxing at some page-edges, else fine in d.j. Offered at original cover price. View more info

Image for H.P. LOVECRAFT: THE SHUNNED HOUSE—Recluse Press, 1928. W. Paul Cook.  This being one of 100 copies, hardbound by Arkham House, in 1961. Unusually fine copy!

H.P. LOVECRAFT: THE SHUNNED HOUSE—Recluse Press, 1928. W. Paul Cook. This being one of 100 copies, hardbound by Arkham House, in 1961. Unusually fine copy!

By: LOVECRAFT, H.P.

Price: $12,500.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1961

Edition: First

Seller ID: 377


The hardbound presentation of W. Paul Cook's original 1928 printed—but unbound —book bound in 1961 in an edition of 100 copies by Arkham House. The most desireable Arkham House book—although it bears the publisher, THE RECLUSE PRESS. The spine lettering is notorious for its poor stamping, however this copy displays all the lettering intact—quite uncommon in such condition. This copy bears the Currey state B, Arkham House cancellation sticker with the titles in it... View more info

Image for H.P. LOVECRAFT: THE PROSE POEMS—Roy A. Squires Private Press, 1969.  125 numbered copies.  Four booklets: MEMORY, EX OBLIVIONE, WHAT THE MOON BRINGS, NYARLATHOTEP. In Gray Parrot traycase.

H.P. LOVECRAFT: THE PROSE POEMS—Roy A. Squires Private Press, 1969. 125 numbered copies. Four booklets: MEMORY, EX OBLIVIONE, WHAT THE MOON BRINGS, NYARLATHOTEP. In Gray Parrot traycase.

By: LOVECRAFT, H.P.

Price: $900.00

Publisher: Glendale, Calif., Roy A. Squires: 1969

Edition: First

Seller ID: 479


This being the first separate publication of these poems that originally appeared in Arkham Houses's—BEYOND THE WALL OF SLEEP. Only 125 copies of each booklet were meticulously hand-printed, from hand-set types upon the finest papers and hand-sewn. MEMORY, NYARLATHOTEP, EX OBLIVIONE and WHAT THE MOON BRINGS. Additionally included, are the six-pages of printers notes and comments by the printer of the series, ROY A. SQUIRES. All booklets and notes deservedly housed i... View more info

Image for H.P. LOVECRAFT: BEYOND THE WALL OF SLEEP.  Arkham House, 1944. [First Edition], [1217 copies printed].

H.P. LOVECRAFT: BEYOND THE WALL OF SLEEP. Arkham House, 1944. [First Edition], [1217 copies printed].

By: LOVECRAFT, H.P.

Price: $850.00

Publisher: Sauk City, WI, Arkham House: 1943

Edition: First

Seller ID: 111


This oversized—compared to the normal Arkham House volumes—omnibus companion to THE OUTSIDER collects not only HPL's early fictions, but his short novels—THE CASE OF CHARLES DEXTER WARD and THE DREAM-QUEST OF UNKNOWN KADATH. Additionally there are examples of his weirder themed poetry, non-fiction essays: AUTOBIOGRAPHY—SOME NOTES ON A NON-ENTITY, W. Paul Cook's moving hommage to HPL—IN MEMORIAM HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT Recollections Appreciations Estimates—... View more info