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Image for PHILIP K. DICK: EYE IN THE SKY—SIGNED. Ace Books, 1957. Superb copy!

PHILIP K. DICK: EYE IN THE SKY—SIGNED. Ace Books, 1957. Superb copy!

By: DICK, Philip K.

Price: $1,000.00

Publisher: New York,, Ace: 1957

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 1155


One of the early PKD novels—Ace D-261, published as a "Double" although it was long enough to be issued by itself. Signed by author at Roy A. Squires's home in the 1980's. A very fine copy. Rare in this condition! #JS39. View more info

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INTRODUCTIONIST TIM POWERS

PHILIP K. DICK—UBIK: THE SCREENPLAY. SIGNED BY INTRODUCTIONIST TIM POWERS

By: DICK, PHILIP K. (Tim Powers)

Price: $85.00

Publisher: Minneapolis, Corroboree Press: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 833


One of the few screenplays PKD wrote based upon perhaps his most bizarre novel—UBIK—an interesting takeoff on the Dead who are not Dead. PKD's version of the Zombie theme. It's a faster read in screenplay form, differing slightly from the novel and the book is illustrated with tip-in color illustrations of the UBIK spraycan. This copy is SIGNED by Tim Powers, friend to PKD who wrote the introduction. Nice production. Fine in d.j. [1250 copies produced, only] View more info

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

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

Image for HARLAN ELLISON: HITLER PAINTED ROSES—Self-published, one of forty copies, SIGNED!

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

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

Image for STEPHEN KING: CUJO—Limited to 750 SIGNED, ESPECIALLY BOUND COPIES. Read a movie!

STEPHEN KING: CUJO—Limited to 750 SIGNED, ESPECIALLY BOUND COPIES. Read a movie!

By: KING, Stephen

Price: $900.00

Publisher: New York, The Mysterious Press: 1981

Edition: [First edition]

Seller ID: 14


A favorite of the author. The last thing you ever want to happen to your favorite pet. Think of an updated "Old Yeller!" A very handsome book, bound from the Viking Publishers sheets but in a decorated full- cloth binding and cloth slipcase. Edition limited to 750 SIGNED, NUMBERED copies as stated in the colophon. Issued w/o d.j. View more info

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THE SURVIVOR AND OTHERS—SIGNED

By: LOVECRAFT, H.P. /DERLETH, August

Price: $275.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1957

Edition: [First Edition]

Seller ID: 50


Seven tales written by Derleth based upon notes and fragments by H.P. Lovecraft. SIGNED with a brief inscription by the author. [2096 copies printed]. A fine crisp copy of the book in a d.j., with a small snag and 1/4" closed tear at upper front edge in d.j., slight age to spine. View more info

Image for BRIAN LUMLEY: GHOUL WARNING. Only 80 SIGNED, hardcover copies of this scarce poetry book!

BRIAN LUMLEY: GHOUL WARNING. Only 80 SIGNED, hardcover copies of this scarce poetry book!

By: LUMLEY, Brian

Price: $200.00

Publisher: Heathfield, Spectre Press: 1982

Edition: [First Edition]

Seller ID: 28


The author's first—and only book of poetry which he desceibes in the Preface as —"Looking at these poems again, it suddenly dawns on me that I know what they are—stories I never got round to writing . . . There are poems for those of you who take your verse with a sprinkle of space-dust; heroic fantasy for all you S & S freaks; darkly macabre things for those of who prefer aslightly subtle approach, and of course, straight horror for those who like their meat red... View more info

Image for ARTHUR MACHEN: THE WORKS OF MACHEN.  Martin Secker, London, 1923. First Edition thus. 9 volume set.  Limited edition, SIGNED by the author.

ARTHUR MACHEN: THE WORKS OF MACHEN. Martin Secker, London, 1923. First Edition thus. 9 volume set. Limited edition, SIGNED by the author.

By: MACHEN, Arthur

Price: $900.00

Publisher: London, Martin Secker: 1923

Edition: First

Seller ID: 88


The complete nine volume uniform set of Arthur Machen's major works, in editions of 500 numbered signed copies issued in the UK, and 500 numbered signed copies issued in the USA. The set includes The Great God Pan, The Inmost Light, The Red Hand, (Vol. 1); The Three Imposters, (Vol.2);The Hill of Dreams, (Vol. 3); The Secret Glory, (Vol. 4); Hieroglyphics, (Vol. 5); A Fragment of Life, The White People, (Vol. 6); The Terror, The Bowman, The Great Return, (Vol.7); Far O... View more info

Image for A. MERRITT: SIGNED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH.  Youthful portrait measuring 11 x 14.

A. MERRITT: SIGNED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH. Youthful portrait measuring 11 x 14.

By: MERRITT, A.

Price: $375.00

Seller ID: 478


Large youthful, contemplative photo of the noted author, measures 14 x 11, including oldl signature, inscribed in fountain-pen to, "John Remington from A. Merritt." View more info

Image for Mike Mignola/Gary Gianni—HELLBOY INTO THE SILENT SEA: STUDIO EDITION.  Fleske Publications, 2018. [2000 copies]  SIGNED by Gianni!  Already O.P.

Mike Mignola/Gary Gianni—HELLBOY INTO THE SILENT SEA: STUDIO EDITION. Fleske Publications, 2018. [2000 copies] SIGNED by Gianni! Already O.P.

By: MIGNOLA, Mike/GIANNI, Gary

Price: $50.00

Publisher: n.p., Fleske Publications: 2018

Edition: First

Seller ID: 183


In addition to being the first publication of the original black and white illustrations that were colored and greatly reduced, for the DARK HORSE publication, HELLBOY INTO THE SILENT SEA STUDIO EDITION takes you behind the scenes of how the book came to be, not only from the initial pencil sketches, but HOW do you draw another artists character? How much effort to put into preliminaries? And how the artist's life experience influences his artistic choices. Simply an A... View more info

Image for Mike Mignola/Gary Gianni, Dave Stewart—HELLBOY INTO THE SILENT SEA.  Dark Horse Books, 2017.  First Edition.  SIGNED  by Mignola & Gianni!

Mike Mignola/Gary Gianni, Dave Stewart—HELLBOY INTO THE SILENT SEA. Dark Horse Books, 2017. First Edition. SIGNED by Mignola & Gianni!

By: MIGNOLA, Mike/GIANNI, Gary/STEWART, DAVE

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Milwaukee, OR, DARK HORSE BOOKS: 2017

Edition: First

Seller ID: 186


The hardcover-comic edition of HELLBOY's final(?) adventure—INTO THE SILENT SEA. Storied by Mike Mignola and Gary Gianni, with a terrific cover-painting by Mignola, and incredible interior illustrations by Gianni. Coloring the illustrations was Dave Stewart who deserves a hardy "Hi Ho!" for a wonderful job. It's a splendid book and led to the production of HELLBOY INTO THE SILENT SEA: THE STUDIO EDITION which you must have as well. Simply beautiful work! I have a ... View more info

SIX CRISES

By: NIXON, Richard

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Garden City. NY., Doubleday: 1962

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 33


Recently defeated in the 1960 Presidential election by Democrat, John F.Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon found himself with still seething political ambitions and much time on his hands and decided to write a book. SIX CRISES, documents Nixon's own thoughts and actions during what he deemed the most significant events in his political life, up to that time: THE HISS CASE, Nixon's controversial FUND of the 1952 campaign, PRESIDENT EISENHOWER's heart attack, Nixon's visit and t... View more info

Image for SEABURY QUINN: T.L.s. DECEMBER 6, 1934. TO EMIL PETAJA.  2-1/4 PAGES, SIGNED.  "Lovecraft's a delightful chap, but I don't go for his writing—"

SEABURY QUINN: T.L.s. DECEMBER 6, 1934. TO EMIL PETAJA. 2-1/4 PAGES, SIGNED. "Lovecraft's a delightful chap, but I don't go for his writing—"

By: QUINN, Seabury

Price: $550.00

Seller ID: 422


Quinn was one of WEIRD TALES' most popular authors. Petaja was an author in his own right, and published stories in WEIRD TALES, in the last decade of the magazine's life. This very informative letter from SEABURY QUINN to EMIL PETAJA. reveals Quinn's writing regimen: ""my stuff is roughed out in longhand—little more than a series of notes, set down in my own private system of shorthand. Then it's typed and I make only one copy, no carbons. Two thousand words a sitt... View more info

Image for ANNE RICE: QUEEN OF THE DAMNED.  Knopf, 1988. First edition—Signed by the author!

ANNE RICE: QUEEN OF THE DAMNED. Knopf, 1988. First edition—Signed by the author!

By: RICE, Anne

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New York, Knopf: 1988

Edition: First

Seller ID: 18


The origin of the Vampire is explored in this novel of Akasha-the 6000 year old "savior" of mankind. Ms. Rice was at the height of her powers. SIGNED by the author. A fine copy in d.j. View more info

Image for CLARK ASHTON SMITH: AS IT IS WRITTEN—Donald M. Grant, 1982. First Edition. Signed by illustrator.  A case of mistaken identity!

CLARK ASHTON SMITH: AS IT IS WRITTEN—Donald M. Grant, 1982. First Edition. Signed by illustrator. A case of mistaken identity!

By: SMITH, Clark Ashton

Price: $20.00

Publisher: West Kingston, R.I., Donald M. Grant: 1982

Edition: First

Seller ID: 116


An exotique tale, for a time thought written by Clark Ashton Smith, but soon after been proven , not to've been written by CAS. However it does exist with his name, and it will always remain a curious error of wishful bibliographic thinking. The introduction lays out the errant mythodology. The illustrations by R. J. Krupowicz would've suited Smith's exotique prose beautifully. The book is limited to 1250 copies and signed by the artist. I have a few remaining copie... View more info