Category: Science Fiction--Fantasy--Horror (hardcover)


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Another Heaven, Another Earth

By: Hoover, H.M.

Price: $15.00

Publisher: New York, Viking, 1981

Edition: First Edition

When a space colony that has been lost for several hundred years and has returned to older ways is rediscovered by an exploratory expedition from Earth, the allure of technology threatens to destroy the colony's existence. Dust jacket illustration by Ted Lewin. The vast majority of copies of this title seem to be of the desecrated ex-library variety, with all the usual librarian-inflicted indignities -- not so with this copy. Green boards w/brown cloth backstrip, 173 ... View more info

Bending the Landscape: Horror

By: Griffith, Nicola, and Stephen Pagel (editors)

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Woodstock & New York, The Overlook Press, 2001

Edition: First Edition

Although the front flap copy clearly states that this is "Volume II: Horror" (following "Volume I: Science Fiction"), the editors state in their Introduction that, "This is the third volume in the Bending the Landscape series. For each--Fantasy, then Science Fiction, and now Horror--we asked a variety of writers, gay and straight, mainstream and genre, new and well established, to create original stories with gay or lesbian characters, set in a milieu... View more info

Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year, 1st (First) Annual Collection

By: del Rey, Lester (editor)

Price: $9.50

Publisher: New York, Dutton/The Penguin Group, 1972

Edition: First Edition

Stories by Farmer, Silverberg, Tiptree, Sturgeon, Ellison & van Vogt, Lafferty, Niven, others. Price-clipped dj w/edgewear, a couple of short tears, rubbing, impressions. View more info

Black Alice

By: Disch, Thomas M., and John T. Sladek

Price: $13.50

Publisher: London, W.H. Allen, 1969

Edition: 1st U.K. edition

An eleven-year-old prodigy is kidnapped and drugged, waking to find herself transformed into a Negress and making "bewildering discoveries about herself, her race, and the dark substrata of society." Dust jacket by Jenny Williams. Tanned/dusty edges, some slant, light wear to spine ends. Dust jacket w/light edgewear, nicks/light chipping to top corners, rubbing, impressions, crease to bottom corner of front flap, tiny soil mark to bottom edge of rear panel. View more info

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By: Cronenberg, David

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Toronto, Hamish Hamilton / Penguin Canada, 2014

Edition: First Edition

The director of such feel-good films as Dead Ringers, Scanners, Videodrome, Rabid, and many similiar heartwarming tales, presents the timeless story of a husband-and-wife pair of French intellectuals, the wife found dead and partially eaten in their Paris apartment, the husband deciding that a little trip to Tokyo might be a real good idea. When a young journalist travels to Tokyo to interview the hungry little bugger, her boyfriend seduces a cancer patient and gets a s... View more info

Dogged Persistence (signed)

By: Anderson, Kevin J.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Urbana, Golden Gryphon Press, 2001

Edition: Limited Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

A collection of eighteen short stories, fourteen written by Anderson alone, the others co-authored, one each with Doug Beason, Brian Herbert, Rebecca Moesta and Neil Peart. Introduction by Kristine Kathryn Rusch. One of four thousand copies. This copy signed by Anderson. Dark green cloth w/gilt spine lettering, 303 pages, wraparound dust jacket illustration by Dave Dorman. An unread copy. View more info

Films of Science Fiction and Fantasy

By: Searles, Baird (editor)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: New York, API Press/Abrams, 1988

Edition: First Edition

A thematically-organized history of the science fiction film. 269 illustrations, including 60 full-colour plates. 240 pages, including index and credits. Dust jacket w/light impressions, sticker shadow, and light rubbing. This book weighs more than average, so additional postage will be required. View more info

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Flesh of Cretacia

By: Smillie, Andy

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Nottingham, BL/Black Library Publishing/Games Workshop Ltd., 2012

Edition: First Edition

A Space Marine battle from the fine folks who gave you the world of Warhammer 40,000. Illustrated boards, 123 pages, illustrated. Bumped corners/spine ends, moderate general wear. View more info

Full Fathom Five

By: Foster, George C.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: London & Staffordshire, Howard Baker & Remploy Limited, 1970

Edition: 1st Howard Baker edition

Originally published in 1930. From the front flap: "The prehistoric world of half a million years ago is blended with an age two hundred thousand years old and with the comparatively modern 'civilisation' of 1929." Pale yellow boards, 320 pages. A bit of slant, moderate wear to spine ends, sticker remnants/abrasion to top right corner of front free end paper, light general wear, in rubbed dust jacket w/chipping to corners/spine ends, short edge tears, general wea... View more info

Goddess of the Ice Realm (signed)

By: Drake, David

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Tor Books/Tom Doherty Associates, 2003

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

1st printing w/complete number sequence. A title in the series which began with 'Lord of the Isles.' This copy signed by Drake, on title page. Grey cloth, 496 pages, dust jacket illustration by Donato. Small remainder mark to top edge, in dust jacket w/light general wear. An unread copy. View more info

H.G. WELLS, Critic of Progress

By: Williamson, Jack

Price: $9.00

Publisher: Baltimore, The Mirage Press, 1973

Edition: First Edition

Literary criticism. From the front flap: "Whether Wells was writing about technical or social prediction, or science fiction, his underlying theme was that of progress. This book deals with Wells' dynamic critique of progress, accomplished by means of a detailed analysis of the books Wells wrote." One of only fifteen hundred copies. Black cloth, 162 pages (including index), wraparound dust jacket illustration by Greg Bear. An ex-Legislative Library of New B... View more info


By: Resnick, Mike

Price: $8.00

Publisher: New York, Tor, 1988

Edition: First Edition

The last warrior of an African tribe must locate sacred elephant tusks before he dies. Comes with Compliments of the Author card laid in. Gently read copy w/previous owner's name, address and date to front end paper. View more info

MOSTLY GHOSTLY, Eight Spooky Tales to Chill Your Bones

By: Zorn, Steven

Price: $12.50

Publisher: Philadelphia, Courage Books (Running Press), 1991

Edition: First Edition

Gorgeously illustrated adaptations of work by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Washington Irving, M.R. James, Edith Nesbit, Ambrose Bierce, F. Marion Crawford, Richard Middleton, and Barry Pain. 56 pages. Some off-setting from dust jacket flaps (looks kinda cool, actually). A lovely copy. View more info

NIGHT OF BLOOD, The Minotaur Wars, Volume One (1) (signed)

By: Knaak, Richard A.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Renton, Wizards of the Coast, 2003

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Knaak, on title page

1st printing w/complete number sequence. Prologue by Margaret Weis. Signed by Knaak, on title page. Brown boards w/gilt illustration to front cover, gilt lettering/decoration to spine, 344 pages (including Glossary), dust jacket illustration by Matt Stawicki. Tiny remainder mark to bottom edge, in rubbed dust jacket w/impressions/scratches. An unread copy. View more info

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Rogue Trader -- Citadel of Skulls

By: Marker, Jason, and Benn Williams

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Roseville, Fantasy Flight Games / Games Workshop Limited, 2010

Edition: First Edition

Part II of The Warpstorm Adventure Trilogy, a role-playing game set "in the grim darkness of the 41st Millennium." Which isn't significantly different from the grim darkness of the 21st millennium, except that they get to slaughter their crooked politicians, and we ask them to screw us over repeatedly. God, we're a funny species! 72 pages. Mildly bumped corners. View more info