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Image for UNDER THE HORNS—AN ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPT FROM DARK MIND, DARK HEART. Arkham House, 1962.  Signed by the author.

UNDER THE HORNS—AN ORIGINAL TYPESCRIPT FROM DARK MIND, DARK HEART. Arkham House, 1962. Signed by the author.

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

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

THIS ATTIC WHERE THE MEADOW GREENS

By: BRADBURY, Ray

Price: $95.00

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

WHERE ROBOT MICE AND ROBOT MEN, RUN 'ROUND IN ROBOT TOWNS

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! Signed by the author on the flyleaf-page. A fine copy in d.j. View more info

The LAST CIRCUS & The ELECTROCUTION

By: BRADBURY, RAY.

Price: $60.00

Publisher: Northridge, Calif., Lord John Press: 1980

Edition: First

Seller ID: 562


Two early stories by the noted fantacist. Introduction by the author's friend, William F. Nolan. Illustrations by Joseph Mugnaini. Signed by the author on the flyleaf-page. A handsome hardcover presentation, printed letterpress, hardbound in cloth. A fine copy in d.j. View more info

KIN WENG AND THE MIRACULOUS TUSK

By: BRAMAH, Ernest

Price: $250.00

Publisher: Birmingham, UK, Birmingham School of Printers: 1941

Edition: First

Seller ID: 495


One of only fifty copies printed—as stated—, bound in light boards. Signed, Inscribed and Numbered by the printer. A Kai-Lung story. A very scarce book. View more info

KAI LUNG: SIX

By: BRAMAH, Ernest

Price: $95.00

Publisher: Tacoma, Washington, Non-Profit Press: 1974

Edition: First

Seller ID: 563


The first book publication of only 250 numbered copies—as stated— of six KAI LUNG stories, previously available only in scarce magazine appearances. Also reproduces the original magazine artwork. Very fine in d.j. View more info

THE WIND OF TIME

By: BRENNAN, Joseph Payne

Price: $350.00

Publisher: Sauk City, WI, Hawk & Whiporwhill Press: 1961

Edition: First

Seller ID: 560


Perhaps the author's rarest book, certainly scarce anyway, as half the audition was "washed overboard during a storm in the Atlantic"—the words from the author. Fifty-five pages of poetry by this very able poet, rarely are his poems over a page in length, they hit you like a captive photo-image. This copy inscribed, signed to his dear friend R. Dixon Smith—biographer of Carl Jacobi. "To R. Dixon Smith, to keep him from rummaging the bottom of the North Atlantic," Joseph Payne Brennan." If not rare, a very scarce book. Fine in d.j. View more info

STORIES OF DARKNESS AND DREAD

By: BRENNAN, Joseph Payne

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1973

Edition: First

Seller ID: 567


Eighteen stories from the '60-s-70's, an accompanying volume to NINE HORRORS AND A DREAM, his first Arkham House book. Denis Tiani, cover illustration. Fine in d.j. View more info

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THE UPLIFT WAR: Phantasia Press, 1987. First Edition. 1988 Hugo and Locus Award Winner.

By: BRIN, David

Price: $50.00

Publisher: West Bloomfield, Michigan, Phantasia Press: 1987

Edition: First

Seller ID: 489


A Hugo Award Winning novel. One of three thousand trade edition. Fine in d.j. View more info

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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 what was in my mind. Until then I suppose I shall continue to disturb myself." Three of the seven pages are a little faint be... View more info

NEW TALES OF THE CTHULHU MYTHOS

By: CAMPBELL, Ramsey

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1980

Edition: 2nd Printing

Seller ID: 569


A notable anthology edited by Ramsey Campbell, featuring Stephen King, Attanasio, T.E.D. Klein, and previous Arkham House oldtimers, Brian Lumley, Frank Belknap Long, David Drake and Basil Copper. This popular edition went into three printings, this being the second. Fine in d.j. View more info

Image for THE DOOR BELOW—Fedoghan & Bremer. 1997. 1st Edition. 100 Signed, numbered, slipcased copies in d.j.

THE DOOR BELOW—Fedoghan & Bremer. 1997. 1st Edition. 100 Signed, numbered, slipcased copies in d.j.

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. An out of sequence copy as there is no number in the signed bookplate. As new in d.j. View more info

LITERARY SWORDSMEN AND SORCERERS: The Makers of Heroic Fantasy.

By: De Camp, L. Sprague

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1976

Edition: First

Seller ID: 566


Expanded essays from sources like AMRA, and FANTASTIC STORIES on Tolkien, Morris, T.H. White, Dunsanyt, Eddison, Clark Ashton Smith, his friend and collaborator, Fletcher Pratt, and essays that grew into full-blown biographies on Robert E. Howard and H.P. Lovecraft. Terrific cover illustration by Tim Kirk. As S.T. Joshi puts it in his, SIXTY YEARS OF ARKHAM HOUSE—"One of regretably few volumes of non-fiction published by Arkham House." Signed by both the AUTHOR and ARTIST. Very fine in d.j. View more info

EIGHT TALES

By: DE LA MARE, Walter

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1971

Edition: First

Seller ID: 565


A fine copy in d.j. View more info

HARRIGAN'S FILE

By: DERLETH, August

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 564


As new in d.j. 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, publisher & editor, Stuart David Schiff—"To my old pal, Stuart David Schiff, from Harlan." The limitation plate is SIGNED in full... 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. Included is the original cover letter and original self-addressed-stamped envelope, as required by the publisher. The xer... View more info

RIA

By: FORREST, Felix

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Minneapolis, Jwindz: 1987

Edition: First

Seller ID: 578


Originally published in 1947 under the pseudonym of Felix Forrest, this is in actuality the work of the esteemed SF writer, Cordwainer Smith, which is the pseudonym of the equally esteemed Paul Myron Anthony Linebarger. An early novel by this esteemed East Asian university scholar and expert on psychological warefare. A most unusual man who died way too early of a heart attack. Fine in d.j. View more info

Image for :2 X FRAZETTA—ICON & LEGACY. Underwood Books, 1998-1999. First Editions.  Hardbound. Frazetta's core artwork.

:2 X FRAZETTA—ICON & LEGACY. Underwood Books, 1998-1999. First Editions. Hardbound. Frazetta's core artwork.

By: FRAZETTA, Frank

Price: $95.00

Publisher: Grass Valley, Calif., Underwood Books: 1998

Edition: First

Seller ID: 547


Frazetta's best work is presented in these two profusely illustrated, oversized volumes. Notations provided by artists Rick Berry and James Bama with extensive background and biographical information by editor, Arnie Fenner. There are also personal photographs of Frazetta, his wife and family, complementing the background information. Both as new volumes in d.j. The two Frazetta books you have to have in your fantasy illustration collection. View more info