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WE CAN BUILD YOU.

By: (DICK, PHILIP K.)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: London, Severn House: 1988

Edition: [First British Hardcover}

Seller ID: 823


Dick's 3rd novel from his SF Decade where he must've been writing 'round the clock! Phil dedicated this book to Robert Heinlein - "To Robert & Ginny Heinlein, whose kindness to us meant more than ordinary words can answer." Phil was so broke, he and his wife were eating dog food - horsemeat; Heinlein somehow found out and sent him $100 and never asked to be repaid. "Say what you want about Robert Heinlein, but he was a hero to me" - Philip K. Dick in conversation. View more info

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A CRACK IN SPACE

By: (DICK, PHILIP K.)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Wallington, UK, Severn House: 1989

Edition: [First British Hardcover}

Seller ID: 828


An SF novel from the middle his most productive decade - the 1960's. In typical Dick fashion, middle to lower middle class worker discovers a paralell universe. Blue collar workers were often heroes in his fictions; he always identified with the common man. The paper lightly toned - an unavoidable annoyance of these cheap British editions. View more info

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ROBOTS, ANDROIDS, & MECHANICAL ODDITIES The Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick

By: (DICK, Philip K.) Edited by Patricia S. Warrick & Martin H. Greenberg

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Carbondale & Edwardsville, Southern Illinois University Press: 1984

Edition: [First edition]

Seller ID: 831


A collection of fifteen, PKD short stories devoted to the question he posed often: What is human? What is machine? What is the difference? It's an interesting selection covering Dick's creative career - 1952 to 1980, to see how the themes continued to interest him throughout his life, and how his views evolved. An unread copy in d.j., still shrinkwrapped. View more info

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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 publication and there are a few pages with wrinkles as published. Ya' gotta remember, this publication began on a shoe-string. ... 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. Despite the 1000 copy print-run, an elusive Ellison item. A fine copy. View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES. June, 1923.    Featuring cover story—THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE— by EDGAR ALLEN POE, also THE PHANTOM WOLFHOUND, by Otis Adelbert Kline, and  part 2, the concluding half of THE MOON TERROR by A.G. Birch.

WEIRD TALES. June, 1923. Featuring cover story—THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE— by EDGAR ALLEN POE, also THE PHANTOM WOLFHOUND, by Otis Adelbert Kline, and part 2, the concluding half of THE MOON TERROR by A.G. Birch.

By: (KLINE, Otis Adelbert.)

Price: $850.00

Seller ID: 727


Weird Tales, June, 1923. Featuring cover story—THE MURDERS IN THE RUE MORGUE— by EDGAR ALLEN POE, also THE PHANTOM WOLFHOUND, by Otis Adelbert Kline, and part 2, the concluding half of THE MOON TERROR by A.G. Birch. WT was still feeling its way in th ese early issues. A fair copy, but these very very first issues are rare in any condition. A great filler issue until you can come up with the $5000 or more, for one in near fine condition.—and that's the old BOOKERY guide pricing!   Some loss of color and chipping to covers, two small chips to spine. The interior paper isn't bad, supp... View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES.   December 1924.  DEATH-WATERS by Frank Belknap Long, makes its first appearance.  Long's second appearance in WT.

WEIRD TALES. December 1924. DEATH-WATERS by Frank Belknap Long, makes its first appearance. Long's second appearance in WT.

By: (LONG, Frank Belknap)

Price: $350.00

Seller ID: 715


Weird Tales, December 1924 in which DEATH-WATERS by Frank Belknap Long, makes its first appearance. Long's second appearance in WT. You can see the large chip missing from the cover, a little spine loss. The interior paper is toned but not too bad. The 1925 issues are just as difficult as 1923-24. Overall rating fair/good-. A good filler issue, until you can afford the thousands to buy a fine one! View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES. February, 1925.   THE STATEMENT OF RANDOLPH CARTER, by H.P. Lovecraft, makes its first appearance.   Also contains SEA CHANGE by Henry S. Whitehead, and SCARF OF THE BELOVED by Greye LaSpina.

WEIRD TALES. February, 1925. THE STATEMENT OF RANDOLPH CARTER, by H.P. Lovecraft, makes its first appearance. Also contains SEA CHANGE by Henry S. Whitehead, and SCARF OF THE BELOVED by Greye LaSpina.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P.)

Price: $350.00

Seller ID: 717


Weird Tales, February, 1925. Featuring cover story—WHISPERING TUNNELS— A tale of Verdun, WW1, and Devil Worshipspiders, by Stephen Bagby; also most notably, THE STATEMENT OF RANDOLPH CARTER, by H.P. Lovecraft, makes its first appearance. Also contains SEA CHANGE by Henry S. Whitehead, and SCARF OF THE BELOVED by Greye LaSpina. Nearly complete spine, though soiled. The interior paper is darkened at edges,, ancient tape on rear panel, split at spine. A worn issue, but complete and interior paper pretty good. A most notable and collectible issue that would cost thousands if fine condit... View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES. April, 1925. Featuring cover story—WHEN THE GREEN STAR WANED— "Evil beings from the dark side of the Moun attack Aerth", by Nictzin Dyalhis; also most notably, DEAF, DUMB and BLIND, by C.M. Eddy, R., revised by H.P. Lovecraft.

WEIRD TALES. April, 1925. Featuring cover story—WHEN THE GREEN STAR WANED— "Evil beings from the dark side of the Moun attack Aerth", by Nictzin Dyalhis; also most notably, DEAF, DUMB and BLIND, by C.M. Eddy, R., revised by H.P. Lovecraft.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P.)

Price: $375.00

Seller ID: 718


Weird Tales, April, 1925. Featuring cover story—WHEN THE GREEN STAR WANED— "Evil beings from the dark side of the Moun attack Aerth", by Nictzin Dyalhis; also most notably, DEAF, DUMB and BLIND, by C.M. Eddy, R., revised by H.P. Lovecraft, makes its first appearance. Also contains THE WIND THAT TRAMPS THE WORLD by Frank Owen, and INVADERS FROM THE DARK, part 1, by Greye LaSpina. Very good interior paper, slightly soiled covers, 1/2 the spine was missing, then reconstructed. Overall rating Good to good +, would be v.g., but for the spine. The 1925 issues are just as difficult as 1923-24... View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES. November, 1923.  Contains the story—THE INVISIBLE MONSTER— by Sonia Greene, ghost-written by H.P. Lovecraft.  These very very first issues are rare in any condition.

WEIRD TALES. November, 1923. Contains the story—THE INVISIBLE MONSTER— by Sonia Greene, ghost-written by H.P. Lovecraft. These very very first issues are rare in any condition.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P.)

Price: $1,450.00

Seller ID: 728


Weird Tales, November, 1923. Contains the story—THE INVISIBLE MONSTER— by Sonia Greene, ghost-written by H.P. Lovecraft. Some internal ancient tape, spine complete. Moderate soiling and age. A fair/G copy, but these very very first issues are rare in any condition. A great filler issue until you can come up with the $5000 or more, for one in near fine condition.—and that's the old BOOKERY guide pricing!   View more info

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LAWRENCE SUTIN: DIVINE INVASIONS: A Life of Philip K. Dick. Harmony Books, 1989. First Edition—To date the only biography of the late writer & visionary.

By: (PHILIP K. DICK) SUTIN, Lawrence

Price: $35.00

Publisher: New York, Harmony Books: 1989

Edition: First

Seller ID: 163


The first biography of a great writer, a very complex man, and an emotionally unstable personality—and I do not mean that in a negative way—because I knew him, and I was very fond of him— but only as an honest observer. Illustrated with black and white photographs. A little rubbing to d.j., else a fine unread copy. View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES.  October, 1925.  Features THE WICKED FLEA by J.U. Giesy; also the 1st appearance of the longest-running character in W.T., Jules de Grandin in THE HORROR ON THE LINKS by Seabury Quinn.

WEIRD TALES. October, 1925. Features THE WICKED FLEA by J.U. Giesy; also the 1st appearance of the longest-running character in W.T., Jules de Grandin in THE HORROR ON THE LINKS by Seabury Quinn.

By: (QUINN, Seabury)

Price: $500.00

Seller ID: 726


Weird Tales, October, 1925, features artist Andrew Brosnatch, cover for the story THE WICKED FLEA by J.U. Giesy; also the 1st appearance of the longest-running character in W.T., Jules de Grandin in THE HORROR ON THE LINKS by Seabury Quinn; THE PROPHET'S GRANDCHILDREN by E. Hoffmann Price; part 2 of 3 of Greye LaSpina's—THE GARGOYLE. WT was still experimenting with spine colors, this one is white. Complete spine, nice interior paper, a little general wear to covers. The 1925 issues are just as difficult as 1923-24. Overall rating V.g. 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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FANTASMS: A Jack Vance Bibliography: Underwood/Miller, 1978. One of 100 hardbound copies.

By: (VANCE, Jack)

Price: $50.00

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

Edition: First

Seller ID: 536


An excellent bibliography listing more than 150 items illustrated with very helpful photographs. One of 100 hardbound copies. A fine copy. View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES.  December, 1925.  Features a Jules de Grandin, cover story, THE TENANTS OF BROUSSAC by Seabury Quinn; also THE SEA THING by Frank Belknap Long, Jr., WHEN THE GRAVES WERE OPENED by Arthur J. Burks.

WEIRD TALES. December, 1925. Features a Jules de Grandin, cover story, THE TENANTS OF BROUSSAC by Seabury Quinn; also THE SEA THING by Frank Belknap Long, Jr., WHEN THE GRAVES WERE OPENED by Arthur J. Burks.

By: (WELLS, H.G.)

Price: $550.00

Seller ID: 724


Weird Tales, December, 1925, features a Jules de Grandin, cover story, THE TENANTS OF BROUSSAC by Seabury Quinn; also THE SEA THING by Frank Belknap Long, Jr., WHEN THE GRAVES WERE OPENED by Arthur J. Burks, THE VALLEY OF THE SPIDERS, by H.G. Wells, and WHAT WAS IT? by Fitz-James O'Brien. One of only two WT covers by Joseph Doolin, and the first Jules de Grandin cover. A very nice conditioned issue, red, nearly complete spine, fresh interior paper, no chips or tears. The 1925 issues are just as difficult as 1923-24. Overall rating V.g.+ View more info

Image for WEIRD TALES.  November 1925.  Features cover story THE STOLEN BODY by H.G. Wells; also LUKUNDOO by Edward Lucas-White, part 3 of 3 of Greye LaSpina's—THE GARGOYLE. From the Jerry Weist collection.

WEIRD TALES. November 1925. Features cover story THE STOLEN BODY by H.G. Wells; also LUKUNDOO by Edward Lucas-White, part 3 of 3 of Greye LaSpina's—THE GARGOYLE. From the Jerry Weist collection.

By: (WELLS, H.G.)

Price: $450.00

Seller ID: 725


Weird Tales, November, 1925. Features cover story THE STOLEN BODY by H.G. Wells; also LUKUNDOO by Edward Lucas-White, part 3 of 3 of Greye LaSpina's—THE GARGOYLE. From the Jerry Weist collection. Complete spine, 2 closed 1/2" tears at top of front cover. The 1925 issues are just as difficult as 1923-24. Overall rating V.g. View more info

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NEANDERTHAL PLANET

By: ALDISS, Brian

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Avon: 1970

Edition: First

Seller ID: 659


Avon # V2322. Four long stories. Crease in r.h., corner, else unread. FREE domestic shipping on purchase of 2 or more paperbacks. View more info

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THE EARTH BOOK OF STORMGATE—Berkeley/Putnam, 1978. 1st Edition. Signed by author.

By: ANDERSON, Poul

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Brerkeley/Putnam: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 527


Little rubbing to d.j., else fine in Tony Roberts, illustrated d.j. Signed by the author on the title-page. View more info

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THREE HEARTS AND THREE LIONS

By: ANDERSON, Poul

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Berkley: 1978

Edition: First

Seller ID: 656


The first Berkley printing of Anderson's classic Sword & Sorcery novel originally published in 1953. 1/2 crease on rear cover, else fine. Bagged. FREE DOMESTIC SHIPPING on 2 or more paperbacks purchased.. View more info

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WILLIAM ASHBLESS/JAMES BLAYLOCK/TIM POWERS: THE COMPLETE TWELVE HOURS OF THE NIGHT—SIGNED BY THREE! IN CUSTOM CLAMSHELL TRAYCASE.

By: ASHBLESS, William (James P. Blaylock & Tim Powers).

Price: $300.00

Publisher: [Roanoak, Virginia]:, [Cheap Street],: 1985.

Edition: First printing.

Seller ID: 918

Condition: As new.


Noted in the "Tim Powers Bibliography" Secret Histories," p. 155, this spoof was produced by Jan & George O'Nale of CHEAP STREET publishers in an edition of only 355 copies - as a special printed give-away to accompany a panel with James P. Blaylock & Tim Powers in Tucson for the 1985 World Fantasy Convention. This wonderful chapbook of only eight pages including covers reprints a 24 line poem with the line-leads being, "YOURRIGHTINTHEGROOVEKID" by the noted or should I say, un-noted poet, "William Ashbless." Much of the edition was trashed as people didn't bother to save it. The reference ... View more info