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Science Fiction--Fantasy--Horror (paperback)

Science Fiction--Fantasy--Horror (paperback)

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Gene Day's Black Zeppelin (5 issues)
1 Gene Day's Black Zeppelin (5 issues)
Renegade Press Wraps Octavos -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
#1 April 1985 through #5 October 1986; for a number of years Gene Day wanted to publish his own comic magazine, and in 1978 took a few steps in that direction, producing and collecting material; unfortunately, circumstances conspired against the magazine's release at that time, and it was shelved indefinitely; then, suddenly, in September of 1982, Gene was dead of a massive heart attack, and it looked as though the magazine had died with him; but through an odd set of circumstances, the dream eventually became a reality, and in April of 1985 the first issue of "Black Zeppelin" rolled off the presses, edited by Gene's widow, Gale, and his friend, Joe Erslavas; contributing stories and art to these issues are Gene, his brothers David and Dan, Charles Vess, Dave Sim, Larry Dickison, Bruce Conklin , A. Funnell, Mark Shainblum, Garbriel Morrissette, Dave McCarthy, Ronn Sutton, Gordon Derry, and Barry Blair; all issues VG-F or better; 
Price: 71.25 USD
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2 Gene Day's Black Zeppelin, #3, August/Aug. 1985
Burbank Renegade Press 1985 First Edition Magazine Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
The third issue of the black-and-white horror comic originally intended to publish early art and stories by Gene Day, but which eventually included material by other people, too. This issue contains a story written and illustrated by Day, a story by him illustrated by Bruce Conklin, and a story by A. Funnell, illustrated by Day. General handling wear. These don't appear to be terribly common. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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3 Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Spring 1977
1977 Stiff Card Wraps Near Fine Digest 
First issue. Stories by John Varley, Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, Edward D. Hoch, Fred Saberhagen, others, as well as articles and features. Just a hint of edgewear, remainder spray to top edge. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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Official Street Fighter Anniversary Edition Controller / Instruction Manual
4 Official Street Fighter Anniversary Edition Controller / Instruction Manual
Capcon / Udon 2004 First Edition Stiff Card Wraps Near Fine Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
The instruction manual (in English, Spanish and French) for the controller for the popular Street Fighter game. (Quite possibly the most intriguting instruction is, "Please do not wrap the cord around any part of anyone's body." David Carradine and Vaughn Bode would have had no interest in the controller.) Flip side contains a comic book. Light general wear. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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5 OMNI, December 1978
1978 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Third issue. Fiction by Harlan Ellison, Robert Sheckley, Gregory Benford & Marc Laidlaw, and Orson Scott Card. Interview with Captain Ralph Barnaby. Articles on UFOs, 75 years of flight, environment, biomedicine, and much else. Rubbing, minor dings to spine ends. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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6 OMNI, November 1978
1978 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Second issue of the ground-breaking, influential sf magazine. Fiction by Lloyd Biggle Jr., Leigh Kennedy, William G. Shepherd, and Rick Conley. Interview with Alvin Toffler. Articles on computers, test tube babies, dolphins, disease, and much else. Cover by the incomparable H.R. Giger. Rubbing, minor dings to spine ends, four dots on Contents Page where previous owner apparently kept track of the stories he read, moderate general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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7 OMNI, November 1978
1978 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Second issue of the ground-breaking, influential sf magazine. Fiction by Lloyd Biggle Jr., Leigh Kennedy, William G. Shepherd, and Rick Conley. Interview with Alvin Toffler. Articles on computers, test tube babies, dolphins, disease, and much else. Cover by the incomparable H.R. Giger. Rubbing, minor dings to spine ends, moderate general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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8 OMNI, October 1978
1978 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
First issue of the ground-breaking, influential sf magazine produced by Bob Guccione. Fiction by Isaac Asimov, Theodore Sturgeon, Ron Goulart, and James B. Hall. Interview with Freeman Dyson, as well as articles on UFOs, aging, robots, Turin Shroud, and much more. Rubbing, fingerprint smearing to right portion of front cover, dings to spine ends, four small dots on Contents Page where previous owner apparently marked the four fiction pieces he had read. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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9 OMNI, October 1978
1978 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
First issue of the ground-breaking, influential sf magazine produced by Bob Guccione. Fiction by Isaac Asimov, Theodore Sturgeon, Ron Goulart, and James B. Hall. Interview with Freeman Dyson, as well as articles on UFOs, aging, robots, Turin Shroud, and much more. Rubbing, dings to spine ends, moderate general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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10 The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF), July 1977
Mercury Press 1977 Wraps Very Good Digest 
A special issue of the world's best science fiction magazine, this one honouring that inimitable left-hander, Harlan Ellison, who contributes three stories (one of them the award-winning "Jeffty is Five"). Other stories by Eric Norden, Edward Wellen, Bruce McAllister, Steven Utley, and Jane Yolen, with articles and features by Baird Searls, Algis Budrys, Isaac Asimov, others. Cover illustration by the equally inimitable Kelly Freas, featuring a bunch of teensy little people cavorting about Ellison's head and desk as he sits in front of his typewriter, said teensy little people seeming awfully familiar in terms of sf personalities. Tanning, light general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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11 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, August 1969, Vol. 3 No. 2
Mercury Press Wraps Very Good to Fine Digest 
Twelfth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains a full-length novel by Julius Fast, and stories by Edward Wellen, Dean R. Koontz, Larry Eisenberg, and Robert F. Young. Also contains a Ferdinard Feghoot vignette by Grendel Briarton (Reginald Bretnor), columns by Ron Goulant and Joseph C. Stacey, and an article by F.E. Edwards concerning the work of Ray Bradbury on film. Cover and interior illustration by Bert Tanner. Short (1/4") tear to top right of back cover, small dots beside titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read), light general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 5.70 USD
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12 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, February 1970, Vol. 4 No. 1
Mercury Press 1970 Wraps Fair Digest 
The fourteenth issue of the sister publication to 'The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains a full-length novel by Keith Laumer, stories by V.N. McIntyre, Ron Goulart, and Robert Toomey, a Ferdinand Feghoot vignette by Grendel Briarton (Reginald Bretnor), and Ron Goulart's Books column. Cover and interior illustration by Bert Tanner. Tape stains at top and bottom spine and cover edges, small ink price in top right corner of front cover, light soil, small dots beside titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read), 1" high stamp (the numeral "2") stamped on Contents Page, moderate general wear; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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13 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, January 1958, Vol. 2 No. 1
1958 Wraps Good Digest 
Seventh issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by Algis Budrys, Lester del Rey, James E. Gunn, William Scarff, Doug Morrissey, John Novotny, and Damon Knight, books column by Theodore Sturgeon, and acience column by Isaac Asimov. Cover illustration by Emsh, interior illustrations by Giunta. Slant/roll, browned pages, small circles beside titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read). 
Price: 4.75 USD
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14 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, July 1957, Vol. 1 No. 4
Fantasy House Wraps Very Good Digest 
Fourth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by James E. Gunn, Paul Janvier, Theodore R. Cogswell, H. Beam Piper, C.M. Kornbluth, Lester del Rey, and Tom Godwin, and a books column by Theodore Sturgeon. Cover illustration by Ed Emsh, interior illustrations by John Giunta and Cindy Smith. Slant/roll, chipping to bottom spine, some smudging to back cover, small circles beside story titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read). 
Price: 4.75 USD
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15 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, July 1958, Vol. 2 No. 4
Mercury Press Wraps Good to Very Good Digest 
Tenth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by C.M. Kornbluth, Clifford D. Simak, Lester del Rey, Albert Stroud, and John Novotny, Sturgeon's usual Books column and Asimov's usual Science column. Cover by Emsh, interior illustrations by Giunta and Hurwitz. Some spine slant, browned pages, small circles beside titles on Contents Page (apparently previous owner kept track of stories he had read). 
Price: 5.70 USD
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16 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, March / Mar. 1957, Vol. 1 No. 2
Fantasy House Inc. Wraps Good to Very Good Digest 
Second issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by Tom Godwin, Leigh Brackett, Walter M. Miller, Jr., Gordon R. Dickson, Rose Sharon, and Charles L. Fontenay. Cover illustration by Dick Shelton, interior illustrations by Giunta. Small characters ("5" and "W") written on front cover, tanned pages/inside covers, small soil marks to back cover/fore-edge, some sunning to spine, small circles beside story titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read). 
Price: 4.75 USD
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17 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, March 1958, Vol. 2 No. 2
1958 Wraps Fair to Good Digest 
Eighth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by Poul Anderson, Dick Hetschel, Robert Silverberg, Robert Marner, Don Berry, C.M. Kornbluth, and Algis Budrys, books column by Theodore Sturgeon, and science column by Isaac Asimov. Cover by Ed Emsh, interior illustrations by John Giunta and John Schoenherr. Severe slant/roll, 1/2" separation to bottom right spine edge, browned pages, minor dampstaining, small circles beside titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read). 
Price: 4.75 USD
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18 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, May 1957, Vol. 1 No. 3
Fantasy House Inc. Wraps Very Good Digest 
Third issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by James E. Gunn, the incomparable Theodore Sturgeon, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Poul Anderson, Erik Fennel, and Walter M. Miller, Jr. & Lincoln Boone. Cover illustration by Ed Emsh, with interior illustrations by J. Giunta and C. Smith. Spine roll, tanned pages, small circles beside story titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read). 
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19 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, May 1958, Vol. 2 No. 3
Mercury Press Wraps Good Digest 
Ninth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by Theodore Sturgeon, Edmond Hamilton, Arthur C. Clarke, Rog Phillips, Gordon R. Dickson, Robert Marner, and Isaac Asimov, Sturgeon's usual Books column, and Asimov's usual Science column. Cover by M.S. Dollens, interior illustrations by Giunta and Schoenherr. Strong spine slant, browned pages, small circles beside titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read), dampstained edges, general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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20 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, May 1969, Vol. 3 No. 1
Mercury Press Wraps Very Good Digest 
Eleventh issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains a full-length novel by Gordon R. Dickson, and stories by K. M. O'Donnell, Don Thompson, Bryce Walton, Daphne Castell, Ronald S. Boon, and Larry Eisenberg. Also contains one of those nifty little Ferdinand Feghoot vignettes by Grendel Briarton (Reginald Bretnor ). Books column by Ron Goulart. Small dots beside story titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read), light general wear. 
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21 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, November / Nov. 1957, Vol. 1 No. 6
Fantasy House Inc. Wraps Fair to Good Digest 
Sixth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by Theodore Sturgeon, Avram Davidson, Miriam Allen De Ford, Isaac Asimov, Edmond Hamilton, and Leigh Brackett, and a books column by Sturgeon. Cover illustration by Ed Emsh, interior illustrations by Giunta and Schoenherr. Some slant/roll, crinkling to upper left portion of front cover, spine split at pages 52/53, small circles beside titles on Contents Page (previous owner apparently kept track of which stories he had read). 
Price: 4.75 USD
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22 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, November 1969, Vol. 3 No. 3
Mercury Press Wraps Very Good Digest 
Thirteenth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains a full-length novel by Harry Harrison, stories by Richard E. Peck, Larry Eisenberg, Christopher Anvil, Robin Scott, and James Tiptree, Jr., a Ferdinand Feghoot vignette by Grendel Briarton (Reginald Bretnor), and Ron Goulart's Books column. Spotting to top and fore-edges, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
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23 VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, September / Sept. 1957, Vol. 1 No. 5
Fantasy House Inc. Wraps About Good Digest 
Fifth issue of the sister publication to The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction. This issue contains stories by Floyd Wallace, Poul Anderson, Avram Davidson, Mack Reynolds, Jim Harmon, Robert Silverberg, Rog Phillips, Henry Slesar, and Robert F. Young, with a books column by Theodore Sturgeon. Cover illustration by Ed Emsh, interior illustrations by Giunta and Schoenherr. Strong spine slant/roll, tanned/lightly soiled edges, smudged back cover, date written at top edge of back cover, date stamp on Contents Page, spine split beginning at pages 26/27. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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24 (Burroughs, Edgar Rice) TARZAN, le seigneur de la Jungle, Mensuel N. 38
Paris Sagedition 1971 Magazine Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
French-language comics adaptation of Burroughs' classic adventure. This issue contains two Tarzan stories, the serial, "Tarzan et l'empire perdu" ("Tarzan and the Lost Empire"), and "Juma le Chacal" ("Juma the Jackal"), in addition to a Korak story, "Les Chevaliers Tandika" ("The Tandika Knights"). Also contains a one-page Bugs Bunny piece, a couple of two-page articles, and other items. Fold-out comprised of 4 colour cards (military themes) offered as cut-outs still attached between front cover and first page, with 2 more comprising back cover. Colour alternated with black-and-white throughout. 66 pages. Sticker pull to front cover, crease to bottom right corner of front cover, small ink lines to puzzle on page 65, general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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25 Aiken, Joan A WHISPER IN THE NIGHT, Stories of Horror, Suspense and Fantasy
Fontana Lions C2133 1983 0-00-672133-8 / 9780006721338 Paperback Very Good to Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A collection of thirteen stories. 190 pages. Light general wear 
Price: 4.75 USD
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26 Aldiss, Brian No Time Like Tomorrow
Signet S1683 1959 1st Signet edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A collection of twelve "adventures of men who dare to tamper with time and space--to unleash an infinity of danger." Some rubbing, small nick to top right spine edge, short diagonal tear to bottom spine edge (no loss of paper), slight tanning. Internally tight and clean, a nice copy. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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The Satan Sleuth #1:  Fallen Angel, Avallone, Michael
27 Avallone, Michael The Satan Sleuth #1: Fallen Angel
New York Warner Paperback Library 75-676 1974 0-446-75676-8 / 9780446756761 First Edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Paperback original. Canadian printing. When a man's beautiful wife is sacrificed by a Satan-worshipping cult he gets his panties in a bunch, and sets himself the mission of avenging her death and saving others marked for the same fate. 175 pages, cover illustration for C. Sovek. Thin impressions, two short tears to fore-edge of first end paper. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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28 Barton, Erle The Planet Seekers
Vega VSF-7 1966 1st Vega edition Paperback Near Fine Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
Created to serve mankind, a strange new race of modified men with fantastic powers and a kind of immortality finds a barrier between themselves and the old race. Cover illustration by Fox. Small ink numerals at top of front cover (30/9, indicating, no doubt, that when it was new the corner bookstore received it on the 30th of September). Tight and square. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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29 Biggle, Lloyd Jr. The World Menders
DAW UQ1015 1972 1st paperback edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
follows the 1971 Doubleday first edition; an artistic and civilized race is unaware that its prosperity is entirely dependent upon a race of slaves owned and abused by their god-emperor; cover by Kelly Freas; a bit of spine sunning, moderate general wear; internally tight and clean; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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30 Bixby, Jerome Space By The Tale
Ballantine U2203 1964 First Edition Paperback Very Good to Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Eleven sf stories by the author of one of the all-time great stories in the field ("It's A *Good* Life," sadly, not in this particular collection). Cover illustration by Ralph Brillhart. A nice copy w/some minor smudging to front cover, mild general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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31 Blish, Bradbury, Cartmill, de Camp, Jones, Leinster, Morrison Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1949
Standard Magazines Magazine Fair to Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Stories by James Blish, Murray Leinster, Raymond F. Jones, Ray Bradbury, William Morrison, Cleve Cartmill, and L. Sprague de Camp, features. The usual edgewear/short tears/chipping, bottom inch of spine chipped, 2" tear to bottom right spine edge and across left edge of front cover, insect hole to fore-edge (doesn't reach text), some moderate soil here and there throughout, much handling wear, a bit of mustiness. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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32 Bova, Ben, and Don Myrus (editors) The Best of Omni Science Fiction
Omni Society 1980 Stiff Card Wraps Very Good Quarto -- from 9.75" to 12" tall 
The first in Omni Magazine's 'Best Of' series. Stories by Isaac Asimov, Alfred Bester, Ben Bova, Orson Scott Card, Harlan Ellison, Joe Haldeman, Robert Sheckley, and Roger Zelazny. Arthur C. Clarke interview. Cover by Pierre Lacombe. Impressions, faint soil, light general wear. 
Price: 6.18 USD
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The Other Foot, Gift of the Magi, The Happiest Day, The Most Dangerous Game, A Letter to God, Bradbury, Ray, O. Henry, Sherman Dixon, Richard Connell, and Gregorio Lopez y Fuentes
33 Bradbury, Ray, O. Henry, Sherman Dixon, Richard Connell, and Gregorio Lopez y Fuentes The Other Foot, Gift of the Magi, The Happiest Day, The Most Dangerous Game, A Letter to God
No Place Xerox Corporation 1967 Stapled Wraps Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
An uncommon collection of stories primarily of interest to collectors of Ray Bradbury material, this was "compiled by Xerox Corporation. It is part of the program THE WAY IT IS, to be used in conjunction with the Teacher Handbook, Learner Log, and accompanying phonograph records" (phonograph records????? -- must be some sort of futuristic term). Uncommon words/phrases are defined at the bottom of each page. 62 pages. Sunned spine, crinkles/impressions to covers, corner creases, sticker pull to front cover, 1/4" tear to bottom edge of back cover, general wear. 
Price: 28.50 USD
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34 Burley, Sherna C., Devra Michele Langsam, Deborah Michel Langsam (editors) Spockanalia #5, April 1979
Brooklyn Poison Pen Press 1979 4th printing Stapled illustrated wraps Very Good Magazine Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
First published in 1970 by Garlic Press, this is the fifth and final issue of a fanzine dedicated to Star Trek's Spock. Contributors include Dorothy Jones, Juanita Coulson, Narda Roushdi, Lee Burwasser, John Mansfield, Nancy Giudice, Cliveden M. Chew, Sherna C. Burley, Alicia Austin, Ev Turner, Shirley Meech, Rosalind Oberdieck, Ann Wilson, Lee Burwasser, Sandra Miesel, Jane Peyton, and Ruth Berman. 105 pages (including inside back cover), illustrated, front cover illustration by Ev Turner. Moderate general wear. Uncommon 
Price: 23.75 USD
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Die besten Stories aus The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, #59, Campbell, Carver, Donaldson, Eisenstein, Moore, Wylde
35 Campbell, Carver, Donaldson, Eisenstein, Moore, Wylde Die besten Stories aus The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, #59
Wilhelm Heyne Verlag Signed by Contributor
the German-language edition of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction; this issue contains stories by Jeffrey A. Carver (whose signature is above his name on the Contents Page), Stephen R. Donaldson, Raylyn Moore, Ramsey Campbell, Thomas Wylde and Phyllis Eisenstein; slightly larger than the average North American paperback; minute edgewear to spine ends; 
Price: 23.75 USD
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36 Clewett, G.C. Blood Dynasty
New English Library NEL 01405 1973 1st paperback edition Paperback Good Reading Copy Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Originally published in 1972 -- a runner-up in the Young Writers' Award contest (won that year by Cynthia Harrod-Eagles). An attractive young woman lures a man into a deadly battle "against the Dark Power of Alien Evil." Some spine slant/roll, rubbing, impressions, edgewear all around, creasing to bottom left corner of back cover, tanning. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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37 Crawford, John Dark Legion
Badger SN 106 1966 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Occult/supernatural. "Out of the Dark Ages came a frightening force of evil." Cover illustration by Fox. Small sticker pull to left edge of front cover, moderate general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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A Lost Tale (signed), Estey, Dale
38 Estey, Dale A Lost Tale (signed)
New York Ace 49525 1982 0-441-49525-7 / 9780441495252 1st Ace edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" Signed by Estey, on title page
First printing w/complete number line. From the back cover: "For two generations a tale has been whispered about a rite of Druid magic, more ancient than the standing stones, that awoke sleeping powers on the quiet Isle of Man and protected Britain through the darkest nights of Hitler's war..." 206 pages. Thin reading crease to spine, impressions (previous owner used the book underneath a piece of paper, upon which something was written -- book must be turned to the light for the impressions to show), tanning, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon signed. 
Price: 19.00 USD
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39 Fisher, Vardis The Golden Rooms
Armed Services 713 1st Armed Services edition Wraps Very Good Oblong 48mo -- from 3" to 4" tall 
No date. Originally published in 1944 by The Vanguard Press. A tale of primitive man which "lays bare our primeval instincts before they became overlaid by rationalizations and refinements; he shows us in what mean beginnings love and the family have their roots, and he shows us, too, the dark blood." 350 pages. Light edgewear, moderately sunned spine, a bit of spine roll, 1/4" tear to fore-edge of pages 145 through 160, another to pages 305 through 308, thin crease to botom left corner of back cover, the usual AS editions tanning. Internally tight and clean, with no previous owner's marks or notations. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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Brandyjack (signed), Funnell, Augustine
40 Funnell, Augustine Brandyjack (signed)
Laser Books 72039 1976 First Edition Paperback Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall Signed by Funnell, on title page
Paperback original. Set in a distant future where Earth's technology has almost ceased to exist, a brawling drunkard finds himself involved in a scheme to leave the planet. 190 pages, cover painting by the incomparable Kelly Freas. This copy signed (or inscribed, if you want) on title page. Some spine slant/roll, rubbing, crosscrack, book store stamp to inside front cover, tanning. 
Price: 7.60 USD
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41 Gagne, Marcel, and Sally Tomasevic (editors) TRANSVERSIONS, An Anthology of New Fantastic Literature
Mississauga Paper Orchid Press 2000 0-9687939-0-8 / 9780968793909 First Edition Trade Paperback Near Fine Small Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
A collection of stories and poems from such folks as Robert J. Sawyer, Bruce Holland Rogers, John Park, Ursula Pflug, Eileen Kernaghan, Nancy Bennett, William Laughlin, Rebecca M. Senese, Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, Don Hornbostel, Denise Dumar, John Everson, and many more. 186 pages, illustrated. Mild general wear. An unread copy, internally tight and clean. 
Price: 7.60 USD
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Red Shift (signed), Garner, Alan
42 Garner, Alan Red Shift (signed)
Fontana/Lions 671000 1977 3rd Fontana/Lions edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" Signed & Dated by Author
"A contemporary disenchanted Romeo and Juliet story, conducted almost entirely in clipped sardonic dialogue between the lovers [and shifting] frequently, plunging back into Roman Britain and the time of the Civil War, to bloody episodes which took place around the same hill in Cheshire." This copy signed and dated (Alan Garner/4 July 1978) on title page. Tiny sticker pull, light edgewear, moderate general wear. Uncommon signed. 
Price: 33.25 USD
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43 Gotlieb, Phyllis Sunburst (signed)
Berkley 03622 1978 1st Berkley edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" Inscribed and signed by Gotlieb
An expanded version of the story which appeared in Amazing in 1964. Mutated children the result of a nuclear explosion are incapable of basic human skills but are possessed of nightmarish powers and amazing abilities, and are kept hidden from an unsuspecting world until, one night, they decide to go out and play. The inscription is to another sf writer of considerably lesser consequence, who is much less-known (proving it, she misspelt his name), and dated. Light general wear, small 3-digit code number on first end paper. 
Price: 23.75 USD
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The Complete Illustrated History of the Skywald Horror-Mood (signed by contributor), Hewetson, Alan
44 Hewetson, Alan The Complete Illustrated History of the Skywald Horror-Mood (signed by contributor)
Manchester Headpress/Critical Vision 2004 First Edition Stiff Card Wraps As New Quarto -- from 9" to 12" tall Signed by Contributor
"In the early 1970s a small New York publishing company produced the ghastliest horror stories in the history of illustrated horror. Lasting only a few years, these comics established themselves as something wholly unique thanks to the editorship of 'ARCHAIC AL' HEWETSON, whose dark and perverse in-house style became known as the HORROR-MOOD." Hewetson here lovingly chronicles the inside story behind the Horror-Mood and its contributors, among them them Ed Fedory, Maelo Cintron, Pablo Marcos, Gene Day, Jesus Duran, Ricardo Villamonte, Dennis Fujitake, Doug Moench, Augustine Funnell, and many others. Includes a wealth of biographical sketches and interviews with many of those involved, as well as essays from some of the Skywald gang, all of it topped off with 19 stories from the long-gone Horror-Mood magazines, Nightmare, Psycho and Scream. (During Skywald's brief heyday some guy named Stephen King was moved to comment that Skywald was "Vital -- constantly moving ahead, breaking new ground, using innovative stories.") Sadly, Al Hewetson did not live to see the book's publication, dying of a massive heart attack on January 6, 2004, the very day he finished his chilling-in-retrospect final piece of writing for the book. This copy signed by Horror-Mood contributor Funnell. 256 pages (including story & title index), lavishly illustrated, terrific wraparound cover by Pablo Marcos. This weighs more than the average book, so additional postage may be required. 
Price: 85.50 USD
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Nightmare No. 22, October/Oct. 1974/'74 (signed), Hewetson, Alan (editor)
45 Hewetson, Alan (editor) Nightmare No. 22, October/Oct. 1974/'74 (signed)
New York Skywald Publishing Corporation 1974 First Edition Magazine Good Small Quarto -- from 9" to 12" tall Domingo, Bob Martin, Cardona, Ferran Sostres, Gene Day, Duran, John Agras, Cesar Lopez Signed by Augustine Funnell, at his story
Illustrated horror stories from the delightfully demented mind of the sadly departed (and much-missed at this address) Archaic Al Hewetson, as well as pieces by Horror-Mood alums Ed Fedory, and Augustine Funnell. 66 pages. Generally wear. 
Price: 38.00 USD
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46 Holly, J. Hunter Encounter
Monarch 240 1962 1st Monarch edition Paperback Good to Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Originally published in 1959, in hardcover, by Thomas Bouregy & Company. An evil being from another planet plans to take over the world. 142 pages, cover by Jack (John) Schoenherr. Strong spine slant, light corner wear. Cover bright, clean and attractive. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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47 Holly, J. Hunter The Green Planet
Monarch 213 1st thus Paperback Very Good to Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Originally published in 1960 by Bouregy. "Exiled from Earth, 13 refugees find themselves fighting for their lives in a poisoned paradise." Cover illustration by John Schoenherr. Faint waterstain to top page corners, very light edgewear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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48 Holly, J. Hunter The Running Man
Monarch 342 1963 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
"No one was safe from the powerful force that reached from the stars to invade men's minds." 142 pages, cover illustration by Ralph Brillhart. A bit of slant, light edgewear, thin horizontal crease to front cover, tanning. Internally clean and fairly tight. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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49 Holly, J. Hunter The Running Man
Monarch 342 1963 First Edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
"No one was safe from the powerful force that reached from the stars to invade men's minds." Cover illustration by Ralph Brillhart. An unread copy w/light general wear and gentle crease to top left corner of back cover. 
Price: 5.70 USD
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50 Hopkinson, Nalo Midnight Robber
Aspect/Warner Books 2000 0-446-67560-1 / 9780446675604 2nd printing Stiff Card Wraps Very Good to Fine Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall Signed by Author
Signed by Hopkinson, beneath her name on title page. 329 pages, cover illustration by Leo and Diane Dillon. An unread copy w/moderate general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 14.25 USD
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51 Jacobs, W.W. THE MONKEY'S PAW, and Other Stories
Penguin 1345 1962 2nd edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A collection selected by Denys Kilham Roberts and originally published by Penguin in 1959 as 'Selected Short Stories.' If "The Monkey's Paw" isn't in your top twenty-five all-time great short stories of the creepy variety, it's only because you haven't read it, yet. And you really should recitify that oversight. It certainly doesn't have to be this copy, but you should pick up *some*body's copy, and let Mr. William Wymark Jacobs make you shiver a little bit. 319 pages, cover illustration by David Gentleman. A bit of slant, sunned spine/edges, moderate waviness (dampstaining) to about ten pages. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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52 Jeter, K.W. Soul Eater
Tor 52005 1983 0-812-52005-X / 9780812520057 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
A good little girl comes down with a nasty case of killing hunger. 314 pages. Light edgewear, impressions/small flake to top right corner of front cover (the result of sticker removal), light tanning. Internally tight and clean w/a nice square spine. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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53 King, Stephen Carrie
Editions J'ai Lu 835 1978 2 277 11835 4 / 9782277118350 1st J'ai Lu edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
French-language edition of the 1974 story that launched Stephen King's career, and made him one of the best-selling writers of all time. Translated by Henri Robillot. Cover illustration by Jean Mascii. Moderate general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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54 Leiber, Fritz The Green Millennium
Lion Library LL7 1954 1st thus Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
"Satyrs from outer space on a lusty Earthbound spree." Originally published in 1953 by Abeldard Press. Tanned edges, light rubbing, miniscule edgewear, and a slight spine slant. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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55 Leinster, Murray, b/w Wollheim, Donald A. City on the Moon b/w Men on the Moon
Ace Double D-277 1958 1st Ace Double edition Paperback Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
the Leinster side is a story of the first lunar colonists, while the Wollheim side consists of moon-related stories by Raymond Z. Gallun, A. Bertram Chandler, Frank M. Robinson, H.B. Fyfe, and Murray Leinster; covers by Ed Emsh; a bit of slant/roll, light general wear; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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56 Lemures, Ben Spirit of the Lagoon
Carousel Adventures/American Art Enterprises 89784 1982 First Edition Paperback About Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
An adventurer discovers an unusual female creature ("Not just any woman, this specimen was truly female, but not a human woman--not with greenish blonde hair and webbed hands and feet!"). Cover by Pecoraro. Reading creases, handling wear, scratching, impressions, moderately soiled edges. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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57 Long, Frank Belknap This Strange Tomorrow
Belmont B50-663 1966 1st Belmont edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Slant, two faint grey remainder stripes to top edge, mild handling wear. 
Price: 6.18 USD
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58 Lory, Robert Horrorscope #4: Gemini Smile, Gemini Kill
Pinnacle 00524 1976 0-523-00524-5 / 9780523005249 First Edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Paperback original. From the front cover "A case of double identity sets the scene for shocking, ungodly murder!" (as opposed to those commonplace, godly murders, I suppose). Light rubbing, thin impressions, tanning. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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59 Maine, Charles Eric He Owned The World
Avon T-524 
originally published in hardcover, 1960, by Bouregy; after eight centuries of strife and progress on Earth, a dead man who has been circling the planet in an airless tomb is resurrected from the dead, and is the undisputed owner of the world (great work if you can get it); light rubbing, moderate wear to back cover, scuffing to fore-edge, small area of discolouration to top right page tips; internally tight and clean; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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60 Mantley, John The 27th Day
Crest s209 First Edition Paperback Very Good to Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Paperback original. Five ordinary people are abducted and returned to earth with the power to destroy it. Light edgewear, impressions, moderate general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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61 Matheson, Richard La maison des damnes
J'ai Lu 612 1975 1st J'ai Lu edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
French-language edition of Matheson's 'Hell House', originally published in the US in 1971, and translated here by Patrick Reumaux. Eerie candelabra cover illustration by Tibor Csernus. Some sunning to spine, light general wear. A very nice copy, internally tight and clean. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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62 Matheson, Richard Shock II
Dell 7829 1964 First Edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. Thirteen stories from the master. Strong spine slant, moderate edgewear, 1/2" separation at top left spine, impressions, rubbing, handling wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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63 Matheson, Richard Shock III
Berkley 04209 1979 1st Berkley edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Thirteen stories from the master of fantastic fiction. Moderate general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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64 Matheson, Richard Shock Waves
Dell 7831 1970 First Edition Paperback Good to Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Fourteen stories by the master (the front cover copy claims there are only thirteen stories, but when I finished counting I still had six toes left, so I'm going with my own count on this one). Previous owner's signature/date/code number, some edgewear, rubbing, moderate handling wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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65 Matheson, Richard The Shrinking Man
Bantam H3970 1969 1st thus Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Originally published as a paperback original by Gold Medal in 1956, this one concerns a man who has begun to shrink, and shrink, and shrink, and.... A great story, brilliantly told (but this is Matheson, so what else would you expect?). Cover illustration depicts a tiny man facing down a giant spider, his only weapon a hat pin. Some slant, moderate edgewear, handling wear/impressions, crease to upper left portion of back cover. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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66 McNelly, Willis E. (editor) Science Fiction: The Academic Awakening
Shreveport College English Association 1974 First Edition Stiff Card Wraps Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
A chap book originally distributed as a Supplement to the CEA Critic, Vol. XXXVII, No. I, November 1974. A collection of essays from both professional writers and critics, attempting "to aid teachers of English, at whatever level, who might be approaching science fiction for the firt time. In addition to the editor, contributors include Jack Williamson, Mark R. Hillegas, Jane W. Hipolito, Leon E. Stover, A. James Stupple, Gregory Benford, Brian Aldiss, Harry Harrison, Harlan Ellison, John Boyd, Philip K. Dick and Thomas D. Clareson. 59 pages. Light general wear. Most copies are in lousy shape. This one isn't. 
Price: 6.18 USD
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67 Merritt, A. Burn Witch, Burn
Avon 43 1944 1st thus Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
An eminent brain specialist finds himself examining patients who die suddenly, leaving no trace of a cause. A classic of the genre, originally published in 1933 by Liveright Publishing. Reading crease, vertical crease to back cover, tanning, crease to corner of pages 127/8, light smudging, moderate general handling wear. 
Price: 7.13 USD
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68 Merritt, Abraham Les Habitants Du Mirage (Dwellers In The Mirage)
ParisEditions J'ai Lu 557 
French-language edition of Merritt's classic tale; beauty cover illustration by Philip Caza; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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69 Moorcock, M. (Michael) Voici l'homme
L'age d'homme 7012 
[1971]; French-language edition of Michael Moorcock's superb "Behold The Man," originally published in English in 1968; translated by Martine Renaud and Pierre Versins; crease to bottom right corner of front cover, moderate edgewear, rubbing, impressions, faded edges; internally tight and clean; 
Price: 9.50 USD
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70 Muller, John E. The Venus Venture
Vega VSF-11 1st thus Paperback Good to Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
No date [1966]. In his quest to conquer the stars, will mankind use his boundless opportunities for good for for ill? (based on history, my money's on that second thing). Large waterstain to bottom page corners, abrasion to bottom right corner of front cover where another book was stuck and took a piece of finish when removed (just barely affects illustration). Internally tight, and an appealing copy despite the flaws. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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71 O'Donnell, Kevin Jr. Fire on the Border (signed)
Roc LE5030 1990 First Edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" Inscribed and signed by O'Donnell
Paperback original. Given a choice of abandoning their world to alien interests or fighting back, some humans leave and some choose to resist. Crease to bottom left corner tip of back cover, light general wear. Unread. 
Price: 23.75 USD
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72 Pohl, Frederik, and Jack Williamson Undersea City
Ballantine 02209 1971 1st Ballantine edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Canadian printing. One of the classic series of Undersea stories (with 'Undersea Fleet,' and 'Undersea Quest'). Cover by Gino D'Achille. Rubbing, impressions, mild slant, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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73 Price, John-Allen The Pursuit of the Phoenix (signed)
Zebra 2962 1990 First Edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" Signed by Price, on title page
Paperback original. An American space crew must rescue three Russian cosmonauts from a damaged Soyuz space capsule, but to do so may bring on World War III. Light general wear. Internally tight and clean. Uncommon signed. 
Price: 23.75 USD
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74 Resnick, Mike Santiago: A Myth of the Far Future (w/compliments of the author card laid in)
Tor 55112 1986 First Edition Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Paperback original. A bounty hunter, a freelance reporter, and an art collector are all after the legendary bandit known as Santiago. A wonderful piece of sophisticated space opera from a guy who knows what he's doing. Cover illustration by Michael Whelan. This copy comes with a Compliments of the Author card laid in. Slight roll, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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75 Rosmanith, Olga Unholy Flame
Gold Medal 273 1952 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
paperback original; a woman uncertain whether she will find peace or madness in orgiastic rites finds herself the intended sacrifice to a nameless god of evil; some edgewear, impressions, moderate general wear; internally tight; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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76 Russell, Eric Frank, b/w Williams, Robert Moore THREE TO CONQUER, b/w DOOMSDAY EVE
Ace Double D-215 1957 1st thus Paperback About Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
The Russell side features the story of the invasion of Earth, but only one man knows about it. The Williams side gives us, amid the potential destruction of a warring planet, the appearance of people who may be impervious to the bombs. Creasing to upper right corner of front cover of Russell side, thin crease to bottom right corner tip of front cover of Williams side, thin reading crease to Williams side, rubbing, impressions, moderate general wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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The Year's Best Fantasy Stories 14 (signed by contributor), Saha, Arthur W. (editor)
77 Saha, Arthur W. (editor) The Year's Best Fantasy Stories 14 (signed by contributor)
DAW Books 88677 (763) 1988 0-88677-307-5 / 9780886773076 2nd printing Paperback Near Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" Signed by Augustine Funnell
Thirteen stories, including one each by Ursula K. Le Guin, Lucius Shepard, Tanith Lee, Gwyneth Jones, Bruce Sterling, Darrell Schweitzer, Jack Dann & Jeanne Van Buren Dann, John Whitbourn, J.N. Williamson, Susan Palwick, Mary Catherine McDaniel, Jayge Carr, and Augustine Funnell (who will sign -- or inscribe, if you prefer -- his story. 239 pages, cover illustration by Keith Parkinson. Light edgewear, scrapes to far left edge of front cover, wrinkle to spine (printing flaw), light general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 11.88 USD
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78 Sayers, Dorothy L. (ed.) Stories of the Supernatural
Macfadden 50-170 Paperback Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
no date; a selection of eleven stories from "The Omnibus of Crime," originally published in 1929 by Payson & Clarke; contributors include Charles Allston Collins & Charles Dickens, Saki (H.H. Munro), Arthur Machen, W.W. Jacobs, E.F. Benson, W.F. Harvey, Morley Roberts, May Sinclair, Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch, Naomi Royde-Smith, and Edward Lucas White; cover illustration by Karol; a bit of slant, some corner wear, light handling wear, tanning; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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79 Shelley, Mary Frankenstein
WDL Books GC 294 1958 1st WDL edition Paperback Fair to Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
UK printing; an uncommon edition of this horror classic; creasing, scrapes to spine edges, a bit of spine roll, rubbing, light soil, previous owner's name on inside front cover; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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80 Silverberg, Robert (ed.) Alpha 5
Ballantine 24140 1974 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Cdn. printing; stories by Delany, Wilhelm, Effinger, Miller, Dick, Leiber, Clute, Sturgeon, and Dozois; internally tight; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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81 Siodmak, Curt Hauser's Memory
Tandem 5717 1971 1st Tandem edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Follows the 1st UK edition published by Herbert Jenkins, which itself followed the US edition published in 1968. The world's leading authority on RNA is approached by the CIA, which wants him to retrieve RNA from a dying scientist who has defected from the Russians, and inject it into another man in order to retrieve the scientist's secrets. From the author of the classic 'Donovan's Brain. Some rubbing, tanning, faint grey remainder line across bottom edge, light general wear. 
Price: 5.70 USD
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82 Smith, George O. Hell Flower (or Hellflower)
Pyramid 567 1958 1st Pyramid edition Paperback Very Good to Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Reissues the 1953 Abelard-Schuman edition. On both the front cover and spine the title is two words, but on the first end paper, the title page and copyright page it's just one. After being held responsible for the deaths of thirty-two people when his spaceship crashes, a man is exiled to the fungus fields of Venus, where the only way he can clear himself is to become a peddler of a poison more horrible than death itself. Cover illustration by Bill Rose. A hint of slant, previous owner's stamp on title page, small/faint glue stains on insides of both covers (possibly something was glued there by a previous owner -- a minor blemish), light edgewear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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Master Movie Monsters, Steiger, Brad
83 Steiger, Brad Master Movie Monsters
Chicago Merit Book 7MB17 / Camerarts Publishing Co. 1965 First Edition Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Contains "dozens of rare monster photos -- many never before published. A complete list of Karloff's films. An exclusive story and pictures of DR. WHO," and more. 128 pages, illustrated, cover illustration by M. Seltzer. Thin crease to bottom right corner of front cover, another to bottom left corner of back cover, sun-darkened spine, general wear. Internally tight and clean. 
Price: 14.25 USD
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FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, April/May 1991, No. 26, Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)
84 Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors) FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, April/May 1991, No. 26
Evanston Michael Stein 1991 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Contains articles on B-movie, "The Twonky," horror film legend Rondo Hatton, Boris Karloff and Harry Cohn of Columbia Studios, and Marion Michael Morrison (that would be John Wayne, kids) and his time at Monogram, as well as a profile of Lionel Stander and interviews with Clarence "Ducky" Nash (the voice of Donald Duck), Soupy Sales and Sam Arkoff. 98 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. 
Price: 7.13 USD
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FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, June/July 1993, Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)
85 Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors) FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, June/July 1993
Evanston Michael Stein 1993 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Contains articles on Realart, the re-releasing company; the makeup secrets of Lon Chaney, Sr.; submarine movies, and the television series Sea Hunt; articles/interviews about child star Jay North of Dennis the Menace fame; Lita Grey Chaplin about her husband, Charlie, and Ian Wolfe. 98 pages, illustrated. Slight mustiness, moderate general wear. 
Price: 7.13 USD
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FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, October Oct./November Nov. 1992, No. 35, Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)
86 Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors) FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, October Oct./November Nov. 1992, No. 35
Evanston Michael Stein 1992 Magazine Very Good Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall 
Contains articles on Colin Clive and his torment "by his own closet monsters, repressed homosexuality and alcoholism"; Horace Liveright; "Universal's house physician of Horror," Edward Van Sloan; Helen Chandler; and Dwight Frye, as well as interviews with Jack Pierce and Dwight D. Frye. Also contains reviews of movies and filmbook literature. 98 pages, illustrated. Moderate general wear. 
Price: 7.13 USD
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X, Sudak, Eunice
87 Sudak, Eunice X
New York Lancer 70-052 1963 First Edition Paperback Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
"The story of the strangest torture any man ever suffered." Adapted from the motion picture of the same name, this is Ray Russell's story of a man who finds himself with "the most powerful eyes in the world." The movie was directed by Roger Corman, and starred Ray Milland, Diana van der Vlis, Harold J. Stone, John Hoyt and Don Rickles. 126 pages. Some spine slant/roll, light rubbing, moderate handling wear. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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Scarlet Street, No. 48, Valley, Richard (editor)
88 Valley, Richard (editor) Scarlet Street, No. 48
Glen Rock Scarlet Street Inc. / Richard Valley 2003 Magazine Very Good Quarto -- from 9.75" to 12" tall 
Contains a variety of articles on a variety of genre films, including horror, mystery and film noir. This one contains American film magazine that primarily specialized in the genres of horror, mystery and film noir. 82 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. 
Price: 7.13 USD
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The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF), Oct/Nov (October/November) 1997, Van Gelder, Gordon (editor)
89 Van Gelder, Gordon (editor) The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction (F&SF), Oct/Nov (October/November) 1997
West Cornwall Mercury Press 1997 1st printing Stiff Card Wraps Very Good Duodecimo -- from 6.75" to 7.75" tall 
A collection of articles and stories, including the first appearance of Stephen King's "Everything's Eventual." Other contributors include Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Michael Blumlein, Jack Williamson, Gregory Benford, Jerry Oltion, Terry Bisson, Lewis Shiner, Mike Resnick, Robert Reed, Lisa Goldstein, Nancy Springer, Charles de Lint, Robert K.J. Killheffer, and Walter M. Miller Jr. 242 pages, including F&SF Market Place and Coming Attractions, cover illustration by Jill Bauman. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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90 Van Vogt, A.E. The Universe Maker
Ace 84582 Paperback Very Good Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
reissues the Ace edition from 1953; a year after she is killed in a car crash, a woman returns to inform the driver of the car that an organization of which he has never heard has condemned him to death; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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91 Williamson, Chet The House of Fear (signed)
Footsteps Press 1989 Limited Edition Stiff Card Wraps Very Good to Fine Chap Book Octavo -- from 7.75" to 9.75" Tall Douglas C. Klauba Signed by Author
#272 of 500 numbered/signed copies. Top right corner bent. 
Price: 4.75 USD
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92 Willis, Maud The Bionic Woman: DOUBLE IDENTITY and A QUESTION OF LIFE
Star 39679 & 39689 1st UK editions Paperbacks Very Good Sextodecimos -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
Based on the television show, "The Bionic Woman," which starred Lindsay Wagner as Jaime Sommers, and which was based on Martin Caidin's novel, 'Cyborg.' The first book is an adaptation of the television episode, "Welcome Home, Jaime" (released under that title by Warner Books in the U.S.), and the second book combines two episodes, "Claws," and "Canyon of Death." Moderate general wear. 
Price: 9.50 USD
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93 Wright, Lan The Last Hope of Earth
Ace F-347 Paperback Very Good to Fine Sextodecimo -- from 5.75" to 6.75" 
when nature goes berserk all life on Earth is threatened, and the planet's last hope is Mars; handling crinkle in middle of front cover, light general wear; 
Price: 4.75 USD
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