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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  $400.00

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

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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

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SAILING TO BYZANTIUM. Underwood/Miller, 1985. 250 Signed, Numbered, Slipcased copies.

By: SILVERBERG, Robert

Price: $40.00

Publisher: San Francisco/Columbia, PA, Underwood-Miller: 1985

Edition: First

Seller ID: 303


This Special edition was limited to 250, SIGNED by the AUTHOR, numbered, specially bound, slipcased copies. NEBULA AWARD winner for best novella. View more info

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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

Image for THE BLACK BOOK—ARTIST'S EDITION—1 of 10 COPIES WITH ORIGINAL ARKHAM HOUSE ARTWORK. Choose Your Own Artwork!   Arkham House, 1979.  Only four copies left!

THE BLACK BOOK—ARTIST'S EDITION—1 of 10 COPIES WITH ORIGINAL ARKHAM HOUSE ARTWORK. Choose Your Own Artwork! Arkham House, 1979. Only four copies left!

By: SMITH, Clark Ashton

Price: $800.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1979

Edition: First

Seller ID: 477


An artist's edition created by the artist—Andrew Smith—for the super Arkham House collector, or "completist." The artist was given 10 copies by Arkham House and there are exactly 10 original artpieces in the book (not counting the title-page.}" The artist combined his 10 gratis copies, with the 10 pieces of original artwork, then had Gray Parrot design and built an inner chemise and traycase to house the materials, then pressman Terence McVicker designed the limit... View more info

Image for CLARK ASHTON SMITH: THE DARK CHATEAU, Arkham House, 1951. [563 copies printed]. SIGNED and inscribed Christmas day, 1951; additionally SIGNED in full upon the half-title page CLARK ASHTON SMITH.   Copies of this title are rarely found signed and this is an unusually fine copy in d.j.

CLARK ASHTON SMITH: THE DARK CHATEAU, Arkham House, 1951. [563 copies printed]. SIGNED and inscribed Christmas day, 1951; additionally SIGNED in full upon the half-title page CLARK ASHTON SMITH. Copies of this title are rarely found signed and this is an unusually fine copy in d.j.

By: SMITH, Clark Ashton

Price: $1,500.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1951

Edition: First

Seller ID: 54


Clark Ashton Smith's first book of poetry issued by Arkham House in an edition of only 563 copies. Some poems remained unselected when SELECTED POEMS was issued. A little glue staining to the half-title page. Inscribed by CAS on the fly-leaf page, to his friend from childhood, Drew (Andrew Dewing) "From Clark," and dated the year of publication. Additionally signed in full, CLARK ASHTON SMITH, on the half-title. A fine copy in d.j., with just a little glue stain to... View more info

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ODES and SONNETS. PRESENTATION COPY, SIGNED, INSCRIBED TO ROY A. SQUIRES.

By: SMITH, Clark Ashton

Price: $3,000.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Book Club of California: 1918

Seller ID: 548


Clark Ashton Smith's second book, and his most beautiful. Printed letterpress upon fine papers by the noted San Francisco printers—Taylor & Taylor—San Francisco at this time was the center of fine press printing in the country. Only 300 numbered copies were printed and this is one of the most difficult of Smith books to obtain with his signature. This copy has the added distinction of being signed to the author's friend, literary executor and publisher, Roy A. Squi... View more info

Image for SPELLS and PHILTRES—PRESENTATION COPY!  Arkham House, 1958. [519 copies printed].SIGNED, inscribed the month and year of publication.

SPELLS and PHILTRES—PRESENTATION COPY! Arkham House, 1958. [519 copies printed].SIGNED, inscribed the month and year of publication.

By: SMITH, Clark Ashton.

Price: $1,200.00

Publisher: Sauk City, WI, Arkham House: 1958.

Edition: [First Edition]

Seller ID: 1211


This copy a Signed and Inscribed copy, presented to one of his oldest and dearest friends, Ethel Heiple. "Dear Ethel, Hope you like some of these. With affectionate regards, Clark. Mar. 13, 1958. Signed the month of publication. [519 Copies Printed]. Very light rubbing to d.j., else fine in d.j. View more info

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THE GENERAL's WIFE

By: STRAUB, Peter

Price: $35.00

Publisher: West Kingston, RI, Donald M. Grant: 1982

Edition: First

Seller ID: 124


Originally conceived as a salute to Carlos Williams and to've been part of his massive novel, Floating Dragon, The General's Wife was excised and published separately, first in Twilight Zone magazine. One of 1250 numbered copies SIGNED by the author, and artist, Thomas Canty. A fine copy, issued w/o d.j. View more info

Image for  THE BLUE ROSE— Underwood/Miller, 1985.  Copy #6 of 600 Signed, Numbered and Slipcased.

THE BLUE ROSE— Underwood/Miller, 1985. Copy #6 of 600 Signed, Numbered and Slipcased.

By: STRAUB, Peter

Price: $50.00

Publisher: San Francisco/Columbia, PA, Underwood—Miller: 1985

Edition: First

Seller ID: 532


Of a Signed, Slipcased, Numbered edition, this is copy #6. Another of the handsome Underwood-Miller productions, one of the premier specialty publishers of the 1980's. A fine unread copy in d.j. View more info

Image for JACK VANCE: THE DYING EARTH—Underwood/Miller, 1976. 1st hardcover. SIGNED, edition limited to 111 copies!

JACK VANCE: THE DYING EARTH—Underwood/Miller, 1976. 1st hardcover. SIGNED, edition limited to 111 copies!

By: VANCE, Jack

Price: $1,000.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Columbia, PA, Underwood-Miller: 1976

Edition: First Hardcover Edition

Seller ID: 15


The Jack Vance classic, issued in a lovely limited edition illustrated by George Barr. Only 1111 copies produced, this being one of the 111 with the special limitation plate, the book SIGNED by both author and artist. The cornerstone book in a Vance collection. One tiny nick to d.j., else as new unread. View more info

Image for JACK VANCE: THE EYES OF THE OVERWORLD—Underwood/Miller publishers, 1977.  Limited edition, SIGNED!

JACK VANCE: THE EYES OF THE OVERWORLD—Underwood/Miller publishers, 1977. Limited edition, SIGNED!

By: VANCE, Jack

Price: $200.00

Publisher: San Francisco/Columbia, PA., Underwood-Miller: 1977

Edition: Limited Edition

Seller ID: 130


A series of linked stories forming this novel about Vance's most popular character—CUGEL the clever. Often considered the author's best book. The first limited printed of 1500 copies, featuring the magical illustration of Stephen Fabian. SIGNED by the author on the title-page. A fine copy in d.j. View more info

Image for DONALD WANDREI: POEMS FOR MIDNIGHT—Arkham House, 1964. [First edition], [742 copies printed]. SIGNED by author.

DONALD WANDREI: POEMS FOR MIDNIGHT—Arkham House, 1964. [First edition], [742 copies printed]. SIGNED by author.

By: WANDREI, Donald

Price: $175.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1964

Edition: First

Seller ID: 121


This slim volume collects all the fantasy poetry of the author—including those from ECSTACY, BROKEN MIRRORS, and DARK ODYSSEY, along with six previously unpublished poems. The book includes four, pen & ink drawings by the author's brother, Howard. Briefly inscribed and signed, this copy came directly from Arkham House. [742 copies printed]. A crisp, virtually as new copy in d.j., without the usual spine fading. View more info

Image for MANLY WADE WELLMAN: WHO FEARS THE DEVIL—Arkham House, 1963. [First edition]. [2058 copies]. Signed twice!

MANLY WADE WELLMAN: WHO FEARS THE DEVIL—Arkham House, 1963. [First edition]. [2058 copies]. Signed twice!

By: WELLMAN, Manly Wade

Price: $365.00

Publisher: Sauk City, Arkham House: 1963

Edition: First

Seller ID: 118


"High on the peaks, deep in the hollows of the Southern mountains live some of the last natural people left in America, and around and upon them press supernatural matters not to be found anywhere else . . . "—Manly Wade Wellman a note from his book. Eleven tales of John-the-Baladeer. [2058 copies printed]. Signed twice by the author; signed and inscribed to a bookseller on the title-page, and once on a pasted in sticker—possibly a Gerry de la Ree copy, as he was ... View more info