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OMNI, October 1978

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1978

Seller ID: 005799

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

OMNI, October 1978

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1978

Seller ID: 005800

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

OMNI, November 1978

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1978

Seller ID: 005801

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

OMNI, November 1978

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1978

Seller ID: 005802

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

OMNI, December 1978

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1978

Seller ID: 005804

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF), July 1977

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Mercury Press: 1977

Seller ID: 006732

Condition: Very Good


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 seemin... View more info

ARGOSY, Feb./February 27, 1932

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Seller ID: 009364

Condition: Very Good to Fine


contains novelettes by Allan Vaughan Elston and Charles S. Verral, serials by Loring Brent, ("Outlaw's Holiday," Part 1 of 2), F.V.W. Mason ("Captain Renegade," Part 2 of 6) and A. Merritt ("The Dwellers in the Mirage," Part 6 of 6), and short stories by Eustace L. Adams, Bertrand L. Shurtleff, and Edwin L. Sabin; articles and features by C.A. Freeman, E.R. McCarthy, A.G. Preston, and Gerald FitzGerald; cover by Paul Stahr, illustrating "Outlaw's Holiday"; a mild version of the usual edgewear/short tears/chipping common to the breed, faint pink line near price c... View more info

ARGOSY WEEKLY, Oct./October 29, 1932,

By: N/A

Price: $12.50

Seller ID: 009366

Condition: Very Good to Fine


contains novelettes and short stories by J. Allan Dunn, J. Lane Linklater, Fred MacIsaac, Lowell Thomas, Stookie Allen, and Howard E. Morgan, serials by Will McMorrow ("Crime Exchange," Part 1 of 3), A. Merritt ("Burn, Witch, Burn!", Part 2 of 6), George Allan England ("Vikings of the North," Part 3 of 3), and J.E. Grinstead ("The Red Scalp," Part 5 of 6), and articles/features by Kenneth P. Wood, Arthur Woodward, James Montagnes, and F.W. Smith; Cover by Paul Stahr, illustrating "Shotgun Creek"; moderate edgewear/chipping common to the breed, chipping t... View more info

The Grand, November/Nov. 1932

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: London, 1932

Seller ID: 009367

Condition: Good


UK magazine featuring work by Rafael Sabatini, Denis (spelled thus on front cover and the story itself, but spelled 'Dennis' on Contents Page) Mackail, Edward Hope, Achmed Abdullah, Frank Swinnerton, Oscar Schisgall, Hylton Cleaver, Jack Hulick, and Beatrice Grimshaw. Tanning, chipping to spine ends, slits along spine edges, remains of price sticker on front cover, small chips from left edge of back cover. Internally tight. Uncommon. View more info

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Gene Day's Black Zeppelin (5 issues)

By: N/A

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Renegade Press:

Seller ID: 009638

Condition: Very Good to Fine


#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 ... View more info

Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine, Spring 1977

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1977

Seller ID: 010898

Condition: Near Fine


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. View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, May 1957, Vol. 1 No. 3

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Fantasy House Inc.:

Seller ID: 011238

Condition: Very Good


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). View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, March / Mar. 1957, Vol. 1 No. 2

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Fantasy House Inc.:

Seller ID: 011239

Condition: Good to Very Good


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). View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, January 1958, Vol. 2 No. 1

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1958

Seller ID: 011247

Condition: Good


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). View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, November / Nov. 1957, Vol. 1 No. 6

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Fantasy House Inc.:

Seller ID: 011248

Condition: Fair to Good


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). View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, September / Sept. 1957, Vol. 1 No. 5

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Fantasy House Inc.:

Seller ID: 011249

Condition: About Good


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. View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, July 1957, Vol. 1 No. 4

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Fantasy House:

Seller ID: 011250

Condition: Very Good


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). View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, July 1958, Vol. 2 No. 4

By: N/A

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Mercury Press:

Seller ID: 011259

Condition: Good to Very Good


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). View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, May 1958, Vol. 2 No. 3

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Mercury Press:

Seller ID: 011260

Condition: Good


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. View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, March 1958, Vol. 2 No. 2

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: 1958

Seller ID: 011261

Condition: Fair to Good


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). View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, May 1969, Vol. 3 No. 1

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Mercury Press:

Seller ID: 011266

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, February 1970, Vol. 4 No. 1

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Mercury Press: 1970

Seller ID: 011278

Condition: Fair


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... View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, November 1969, Vol. 3 No. 3

By: N/A

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Mercury Press:

Seller ID: 011279

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

VENTURE SCIENCE FICTION, August 1969, Vol. 3 No. 2

By: N/A

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Mercury Press:

Seller ID: 011280

Condition: Very Good to Fine


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... View more info

THE FIDDLEHEAD, Winter 1985, No. 146

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University: 1985

Seller ID: 013767

Condition: Very Good


Contains fiction by Diane Schoemperlen, N.P. Ricci, and Roman Stastny, poetry from George Elliot Clarke, Kevin Yerxa, Carl Leggo, Mark Henderson, and many others, and reviews from Janice Kulyk Keefer, M. Travis Lane, Michael Thorpe, and others. Illustrations and cover by the late Rick Burns, award-winning sculptor and painter. 127 pages. Moderate general wear. View more info

SCRIVENER, Number 13, 1988-89

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Montreal, McGill University: 1988

Seller ID: 013785

Condition: Very Good to Fine


"An anthology of Canadian and American poetry, fiction, criticism, graphic art and photography," edited by Andrew Burgess. This issue contains material from more than two dozen contributors, among them Joan Fern Shaw, Ken J. Harvey and Todd Swift. Interviews with Timothy Findley and Patrick Lane. 56 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. View more info

SCRIVENER, Number 13, 1988-89

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Montreal, McGill University: 1988

Seller ID: 013786

Condition: Very Good to Fine


"An anthology of Canadian and American poetry, fiction, criticism, graphic art and photography," edited by Andrew Burgess. This issue contains material from more than two dozen contributors, among them Joan Fern Shaw, Ken J. Harvey and Todd Swift. Interviews with Timothy Findley and Patrick Lane. 56 pages, illustrated. Mild general wear. View more info

THE FIDDLEHEAD, April 1982, No. 132

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University: 1982

Seller ID: 013787

Condition: Very Good


Contains fiction by Helen Weinzweig, Wayne Wright, Guy Vanderhaeghe and David Carpenter, personal essays from Douglas Lochead and David Adams Richards, poetry from Susan Fromberg Schaefer, Derk Wynard, Joseph Sherman and many others, and reviews and illustrations. Nancy Bauer interview with Helen Weinzweig. 130 pages, cover by Alex McGibbon. A bit of edgewear, rubbing, moderate general wear. View more info

THE FIDDLEHEAD, Summer 1984, No. 140

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University,: 1984

Inscription: Signed by Contributor

Seller ID: 013793

Condition: Very Good


Contains fiction by Sheila Delaney, Bruce Hunter (misidentified on the cover as Douglas Hunter), Margot Livesey (misspelled on the cover as Livesay). D.A. Leyden and M. Anne Mitton. Poetry from John Barton, M. Travis Lane, Leslie Nutting, and several others. Illustrations by Victoria Kretzschmar (misspelled on Contents Page as Ketzschmar -- rough issue for the proofreader). Anne Mitton has inscribed and signed her story. 128 pages. Moderate general wear. View more info

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ARGOSY, Aug./August 5, 1939, Volume 292, No. 3

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Frank A. Munsey: 1939

Seller ID: 015330

Condition: About Very Good


Contains stories by Frank Richardson Pierce ("McGee on Horseback"), E. Hoffman Price ("One Step From Hell"), Jack Mann ("The Ninth Life", first of four parts), others. Cover by Rudolph Belarski. 128 pages. Minor edge chipping, triangular 3/4" piece from left edge of back cover (does not affect text on either side), tanned pages. Internally tight. View more info

THE FIDDLEHEAD, April 1982, No. 132

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University: 1982

Seller ID: 015513

Condition: Very Good


Contains fiction by Helen Weinzweig, Wayne Wright, Guy Vanderhaeghe and David Carpenter, personal essays from Douglas Lochead and David Adams Richards, poetry from Susan Fromberg Schaefer, Derk Wynard, Joseph Sherman and many others, and reviews and illustrations. Nancy Bauer interview with Helen Weinzweig. 130 pages, cover by Alex McGibbon. A bit of edgewear, rubbing, moderate general wear. View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, January 1930, Vol. XXX, No. 1

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1930

Seller ID: 015635

Condition: Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "The Nurse and the Public," "A Layman Looks at Private Duty," "Teaching Students Mental Hygiene," and "An Experiment in Segregating Nursing Orders." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 1-122 plus 94 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Crosscracks, ... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, November 1934, Vol. XXXIV, No. 11

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1934

Seller ID: 015636

Condition: Good to Very Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "Cirrhosis of the Liver," "Technic of Taking Blood Pressure," "Extra-curricular Activities," and "Time Study of Head Nurse Activities." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 1031-1136 plus 54 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Light soil, previous o... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, December 1934, Vol. XXXIV, No. 12

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1934

Seller ID: 015637

Condition: Good to Very Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "State Responsibility for Nursing Education," "Early Discovery of Tuberculosis," "Endemic Pellagra, and "Care and Treatment of Burns." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 1137-1234 plus 54 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Light edgewear, light gener... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, February 1933, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1933

Seller ID: 015638

Condition: Very Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "Psittacosis," "An Experiment in Hourly Nursing," "Nursing the Pernicious Anemia Patient," and "The Value of Chemistry." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 97-186 plus 66 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Light general wear. Internally tight an... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, March 1933, Vol. XXXIII, No. 3

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1933

Seller ID: 015639

Condition: About Very Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "Oxygen Therapy," "A New Type of Nursing Unit," and "The Patient Goes Home." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 187-302 plus 60 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Small soil mark to front cover, slight sunning to edges. Internally tight and clean. View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, April 1933, Vol. XXXIII, No. 4

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1933

Seller ID: 015640

Condition: Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "Communicable Diseases," "Medical Asepsis," "Nursing--Just Nursing," and "Postgraduate Education--Old and New." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 303-414 plus 64 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Nearly a dozen address forms cut from various ad... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, August 1934, Vol. XXXIV, No. 8

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1934

Seller ID: 015641

Condition: Very Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "Fever Reducing," "Relief Employment," "Florence Nightingale International Foundation," "Undulant Fever," and "Building a Library." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 741-838 plus 58 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Moderate handling we... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, January 1935, Vol. XXXV, No. 1

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1935

Seller ID: 015642

Condition: Good to Very Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "Nursing in Neurosurgery," "Fatigue as it Affects Nursing," "The Eight-Hour Day," "Curriculum Revision." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 1-96 plus 48 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Previous owner's name nearly across top edge of front cove... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, February 1935, Vol. XXXV, No. 2

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1935

Seller ID: 015643

Condition: Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "What Every Obstetrical Supervisor Should Know," "Modern Methods in Psychiatry," "Graduate Nurse in Hospital Service," and "Our Clinical Services." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 97-198 plus 58 pages of advertisements at rear, illustrated. Several coupo... View more info

The American Journal of Nursing, March 1936, Vol. XXXVI, No. 3

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Concord, American Journal of Nursing Company: 1936

Seller ID: 015644

Condition: Good to Very Good


Edited by Mary M. Roberts. First published in 1900, AJN is "the oldest and largest circulating nursing journal in the world." Single issues from this era are uncommon. This issue contains a variety of articles and features, including "Arthritis," "Occupational Therapy in Arthritis," "Nursing Care or Pulmonary Tuberculosis Patients," "Medical Social Service," and "New Entrance Requirements." Also contains advertisements, editorials and information specific to the nursing profession. Pages 211-318 plus 64 pages of advertisements at rear, illust... View more info

Gene Day's Black Zeppelin, #3, August/Aug. 1985

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Burbank, Renegade Press: 1985

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 015702

Condition: Good


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. View more info

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Ramparts, Vol. 10, No. 11, May 1972

By: N/A

Price: $12.50

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1971

Seller ID: 015898

Condition: Good to Very Good


Although dated 1972, the copyright date on the Contents Page is 1971. An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains an article by Noam Chomsky, on Vietnam, with essays on America's food-industrial complex, Black cops, China, the new poor, an appraisal of Solzhenitsyn, and a records column by Dick Lupoff. Cover illustration by David Willardson. 69 pages (including inside back cover), illustrated. Small ink check mark to top left corner of front cover, moderate handling wear. View more info

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Ramparts, Vol. 11, No. 2, August/Aug. 1972

By: N/A

Price: $7.50

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1972

Seller ID: 015899

Condition: Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles by Buddy Nevins ("Classroom Surveillance by Kodak") and Dick Lupoff ("The Rolling Stones: Goodbye to All That"), with essays on the prospects of the offensive in Vietnam, turning lasers into pruning hooks, the cry for justice, electronic espionage, a records column by Dick Lupoff, and much more. 62 pages, illustrated. Some wrinkling to cover, moderate handling wear. View more info

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Weekend Magazine, April/Apr. 5, 1975 (magazine insert from The Telegraph Journal/The Evening Times-Globe)

By: N/A

Price: $12.50

Publisher: 1975

Seller ID: 015905

Condition: Very Good


A magazine once-upon-a-time found as a weekend insert in Canadian newspapers. This issue features articles by Al Purdy on the defence of Labrador ("Guarding the Land God Gave to Cain", with photography by Paul Gelinas), James Quig on Larry Zolf ("Balloon, Buffoon, Cartoon, Lampoon...", with photography by Harold Whyte), Marq de Villiers on Howard Eisenberg ("Out of Our Minds", with photography by Harold Whyte), and Chris Zelkovich on then-Peterborough Petes coach Roger Neilson ("Pete Puckish", with photography by Frank Prazak). Margo Oliver contributes a page ... View more info

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Chatelaine, October/Oct. 1974

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1974

Seller ID: 015906

Condition: Very Good


A Canadian women's magazine edited by Doris McCubbin Anderson, containing a variety of articles and stories on numerous subjects, from abortion to recipes. Included are features and articles by Marjorie Harris, Eveleen Dollery, Elaine Collett, Joan Lister, Yvonne Crittenden, Sheila Kieran, G. Tori Salter, Jack Batten, Marian Engle, Constance Mungall, Bonnie Cornell, Barbara Kingstone, and Catherine Sinclair, as well as fiction by Gloria Goldreich ("Sweater-Go-Round") and Florence King ("Woman to Woman"). 110 pages, illustrated. Cover features Sally Ballantine. Small abrasio... View more info

Image for Chatelaine, December/Dec. 1974

Chatelaine, December/Dec. 1974

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Montreal, Maclean-Hunter Limited: 1974

Seller ID: 015907

Condition: Good


A Canadian women's magazine edited by Doris McCubbin Anderson, containing a variety of articles and stories on numerous subjects, from separated fathers to recipes. Included are features and articles by Sondra Gotlieb, Maggie Siggins, Harry Bruce, Pat Annesley, Michele Landsberg, Eunice M. Scammell, Eveleen Dollery, Elaine Collett, Bonnie Cornell, Trudie Nelson, and Joanne Briggs & Catherine Sinclair, as well as fiction by Marian Engel ("The Santa Claus Syndrome"). This large-format issue was the last of its kind before the magazine reduced its size. 88 pages, illustrated. Chipping... View more info

Image for Weekend Magazine, Saturday, August/Aug. 12, 1978 (magazine insert from The Telegraph Journal)

Weekend Magazine, Saturday, August/Aug. 12, 1978 (magazine insert from The Telegraph Journal)

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Toronto, Lewis Louthood: 1978

Seller ID: 015908

Condition: Very Good


A magazine once-upon-a-time found as a weekend insert in Canadian newspapers. This issue features articles by Ken Lefolii ("The Last Days of Elvis Presley"), Judith Moscovitz ("Kiss Me, Baby" on a missed opportunity to plant the King with a big juicy kiss when she was 15), Elizabeth Spencer ("State of Grace," about Tennessee), a poll dealing with the most common phobias of Canadians (rats top the list, followed by snakes, fire, heights and spiders, and so forth), and a recipe colum by Margo Oliver. Front cover features caricature model of Presley by Roger Law and Pete... View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 12, No. 6, January/Jan. 1974

Ramparts, Vol. 12, No. 6, January/Jan. 1974

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1974

Seller ID: 015911

Condition: Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains a special report on the Mideast War, with articles on the subject by Paul Jacobs, Noam Chomsky, Terence McCarthy and Fred Halliday. Other articles by Ngo Vinh Long, Thomas Oliphant, Andrew Kopkind, George Lardner, Jr., Michael Lydon, Tamara Deutscher and Andrew Kopkind. Also contains an excerpt from Ishmael Reed's then-upcoming novel, 'The Last Days of Louisiana Red.' 62 pages, illustrated. Some wrinkling to cover, moderate handling wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 10, No. 4, October/Oct. 1971

Ramparts, Vol. 10, No. 4, October/Oct. 1971

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1971

Seller ID: 015913

Condition: Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Carl Oglesby, Michael Lydon, David Horowitz, Alexander Cockburn, Michael G. Michaelson, Jon Stewart (no, not that Jon Stewart), Roberta Salper, Dick Lupoff, and Jack Scott, on a variety of subjects, including birth control, China, sickle cell anemia, acupuncture, and much else. 74 pages, illustrated. Crease to bottom right corner of front cover, moderate general wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 12, No. 8, March/Mar. 1974

Ramparts, Vol. 12, No. 8, March/Mar. 1974

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1974

Seller ID: 015914

Condition: Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Michael Seltzer & Howard Karger, Schofield Coryell, William Greider, Marcus Raskin, Richard Parker, Gene Marine, Adam Hochschild, Nick Rabkin and Tom Zeman, on a variety of subjects, including Europe's migrant workers, Ralph Nader, energy, Malcolm Lowry, and much else. Also contains two pages of poems by Osip Mandelstam. 62 pages, illustrated. General wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 7, April/Apr. 1975

Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 7, April/Apr. 1975

By: N/A

Price: $8.50

Publisher: San Francisco, Noah's Ark, Inc.: 1975

Seller ID: 015915

Condition: Fair Reading Copy


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Andrew Kopkind, Danny Schnechter, Terence McCarthy, Tom Zeman, Avishai Margalit, Noam Chomsky, Francis Carney, Peter Collier, and Daniel Hunter & Diane Coleman, on a variety of subjects, including Alabama's Lowndes County, Saigon, tax time, solar power, breaking the Mideast deadlock (so how's that working out these days, anyway?), California Governor Jerry Brown, and a photo essay of the United Farm Workers Union. 62 ... View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 11, No. 9, March 1973

Ramparts, Vol. 11, No. 9, March 1973

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Noah's Ark, Inc.: 1973

Seller ID: 015920

Condition: About Very Good


An uncommon issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Brit Hume, David Landau, Derek Shearer, James Otis, Harry Stein, Robin Reisig, William Rodgers, Paul Jacobs, Frank Chin, and Andrew Kopkind on a variety of topics, including spies, Charlie Chan and Hollywood's portrayal of Asians, the Middle East, Cosmopolitan magazine, William Lloyd Scott ("The Most Loathsome Man in the Senate," in which the senator from Virginia is quoted as saying that "The only... View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 11, No. 12, June 1973

Ramparts, Vol. 11, No. 12, June 1973

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Noah's Ark, Inc.: 1973

Seller ID: 015921

Condition: Good to Very Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Cora Weiss, Jose Yglesias, Alexandra Close, Peter Collier, Terence McCarthy, Frances Moore Lappe, Daniel Zwerdling, David Horowitz, Elizabeth Fishel, Derek Shearer, and Andrew Kopkind on a variety of topics, including POWs, agrarian reform in Chile, Ruchell Magee, Wounded Knee, meat, the bankruptcy of the USofA, drugs in the meat industry, and much else. 62 pages, illustrated. Some moderate dampstaining, light genera... View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 11, June 1971

Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 11, June 1971

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Noah's Ark, Inc.: 1971

Seller ID: 015925

Condition: Good to Very Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Tariq Ali, Kitsi Burkhart, Daniel Zwerdling, Barry Schwartz, Susanne Bodenheimer and Derek Shearer on a variety of subjects, including rebellion in Pakistan, women in prison, museums, legalized murder in Guatemala, and much else. 62 pages, illustrated. Rubbing, moderate general wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 8, No. 6, December/Dec. 1969

Ramparts, Vol. 8, No. 6, December/Dec. 1969

By: N/A

Price: $19.50

Publisher: San Francisco, Ramparts Magazine: 1969

Seller ID: 015926

Condition: Fair to Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Jerry Rubin, Seymour Hersh, Michael Lydon, Marlene Dixon, Linda Hunt & Gary Hunt & Nancy Scheper, and Joan Holden on a variety of subjects, including the women's liberation movement, the Pigasus plot of Rubin and his Yippie cohorts, germ warfare, Chucky Berry, poverty and the rock music cash cow. Also contains a 16-page book supplement. Cover features Jerry Rubin in full Yippie regalia. (One of the more amusing item... View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 2, August/Aug. 1970

Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 2, August/Aug. 1970

By: N/A

Price: $19.50

Publisher: San Francisco, Ramparts Magazine: 1970

Seller ID: 015927

Condition: Very Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Jack Scott, Lucinda Cisler, Eve Pell, Banning Garrett, Isaac Deutscher, and Andy Truskier on a variety of subjects, including abortion reform, ripping off the telephone company, racism by Soledad prison authorities, Cambodia, the making of a revolutionary, and much else. Cover features members of the San Francisco Mime Troupe giving rip-off-Ma-Bell instructions. 64 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 3, September/Sept. 1970

Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 3, September/Sept. 1970

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1970

Seller ID: 015928

Condition: Very Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Rees Lloyd & Peter Montague, Simone de Beauvoir, Tom Hayden, Al Richmond and Peter Collier on a variety of subjects, including Ford Motor Company and its treatment of Mexicans in La Raza, aging, workers against the Vietnam war, and much else. Joy Johnson contributes an interview with Black Panther Huey Newton. 62 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 10, August-September/Aug.-Sept. 1975

Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 10, August-September/Aug.-Sept. 1975

By: N/A

Price: $6.50

Publisher: San Francisco, Noah's Ark: 1975

Seller ID: 015929

Condition: Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Matthew Blaire, John Conyers, Jr., Terence McCarthy, Barry Commoner, Barry Farrell, Noam Chomsky, Jacques Decornoy, Andrew Kopkind, Don Luce and Edgar Z. Friedenberg on a variety of subjects, including Grand Juries, militarism, ideology, poverty, overpopulation, Dick Gregory, Hollywood politics, and much else. 62 pages, illustrated. Moderate soil, general wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 12, No. 11, June 1974

Ramparts, Vol. 12, No. 11, June 1974

By: N/A

Price: $6.50

Publisher: Berkeley, Noah's Ark: 1974

Seller ID: 015931

Condition: Very Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Robert Walters, Tom Zeman, Bradford Snell, Jonathan Maslow, A. Ernest Fitzgerald, Richard Pierson, Noam Chomsky, Ward Sinclair, Anais Nin, David Horowitz and Roy Medvedev on a variety of subjects, including election campaign reform, Watergate, General Motors and the Nazis, collective bargaining in Brooklyn, Lockheed, the junta in Chile, and much else. 62 pages, illustrated. Gentle crease across top right portion of f... View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 1, August/Aug. 1974

Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 1, August/Aug. 1974

By: N/A

Price: $8.50

Publisher: Berkeley, Noah's Ark: 1974

Seller ID: 015932

Condition: Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Jonathan Maslow, Bruce Oudes, Tom Zeman, Elliot Kanter, Gene Marine, Eugene Meyer, Steve Weissman, Andrew Kopkind, and Herbert Kohl on a variety of subjects, including housing in Harlem, nuclear power, tourism in Rhodesia, Watergate, education, and much else. The San Francisco Mime Troupe presents an adaptation of Bertolt Brecht's "The Mother." 62 pages, illustrated. General wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 3, October/Oct. 1974

Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 3, October/Oct. 1974

By: N/A

Price: $6.50

Publisher: Berkeley, Noah's Ark: 1974

Seller ID: 015933

Condition: Fair to Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Andrew Kopkind, David Kolodney, Richard Hall, David Horowitz, Terence McCarthy, Thomas Brom & Edward Kirshner, William Chapman, Peter Collier and Sharon Curtin on a variety of subjects, including Gerald Ford, the passion of the Jews, banking, public utilities, communes, and much else. 63 pages (including inside back cover), illustrated. Cover beginning to pull from staples, general wear. View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 6, March 1975

Ramparts, Vol. 13, No. 6, March 1975

By: N/A

Price: $7.00

Publisher: San Francisco, Noah's Ark: 1975

Seller ID: 015936

Condition: Fair


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Andrew Kopkind, Carl Oglesby & David Horowitz, Terence McCarthy, Vine Deloria, Jr., Marshall Berman, and Edgar Z. Friedenberg on a variety of subjects, including paranoia, the prospect of America going to war in the Middle East to pick up a little oil, the Indian movement, buildings, emigration to Canada, Lenny Bruce, and more. Erica Jong contributes three poems. 62 pages, illustrated. Rubbing, spine roll, 1/2" ... View more info

Image for Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 5, November/Nov. 1970

Ramparts, Vol. 9, No. 5, November/Nov. 1970

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Ramparts Magazine: 1970

Seller ID: 015937

Condition: Very Good


An issue of the counterculture magazine that dealt with all of those things to the left of mainstream American thought and politics. This issue contains articles and columns by Banning Garrett, Frank Browning, Michael Sweeney, Judith Milgrom Carnoy, Claude Johnes, The New People Media Project, and Meredith Tax on a variety of subjects, including Thailand, the Bank of America, the Kaiser Foundation, art by Vietnamese children, and more. 60 pages, illustrated. Mild general wear. A nice copy. View more info

Image for THEM DAYS, Stories of Early Labrador, Vol. 7 No. 2 (Volume 7, #2)

THEM DAYS, Stories of Early Labrador, Vol. 7 No. 2 (Volume 7, #2)

By: N/A

Price: $8.00

Publisher: Grand Falls, Robinson-Blackmore: 1981

Seller ID: 016033

Condition: Good


An issue of "a quarterly magazine dedicated to documenting and preserving the old ways and early days of Labrador." Contains stories and photographs dealing with Easter, skiing, skating, puzzles games, events, and much else. 64 pages, illustrated. Full length vertical crease to front cover, some foxing. View more info

Image for The Fiddlehead, January 1983, No./Number 135

The Fiddlehead, January 1983, No./Number 135

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick (UNB)/St. Thomas University (STU): 1983

Seller ID: 016107

Condition: Very Good


The 135th issue of a magazine featuring a variety of literary fiction and poetry, with reviews and illustrations. This issue contains three poems by the incomparable Alden Nowlan. 146 pages. Light rubbing, thin scratches, impressions. Internally tight and clean. View more info

Image for Official Street Fighter Anniversary Edition Controller / Instruction Manual

Official Street Fighter Anniversary Edition Controller / Instruction Manual

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Capcon / Udon: 2004

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 016681

Condition: Near Fine


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. View more info

Image for Armes Militaria Magazine, No. 95, Juin 1993

Armes Militaria Magazine, No. 95, Juin 1993

By: N/A

Price: $17.50

Publisher: Paris, Histoire & Collections: 1993

Seller ID: 016783

Condition: Very Good


French-language magazine with articles on gas masks used by the English in World War 2 ("Les masques a gaz anglais, 1939-1943"), the American cavalry from 1917-19, tanks, and much else. 50 pages, illustrated. Moderate general wear. View more info

Image for Armes Militaria Magazine, No. 100, Novembre 1993

Armes Militaria Magazine, No. 100, Novembre 1993

By: N/A

Price: $22.50

Publisher: Paris, Histoire & Collections: 1993

Seller ID: 016785

Condition: Very Good


French-language magazine with articles on the uniforms, insignia, and such used in World War 2. 74 pages, illustrated. Slight discolouration to top left corner of front cover, light general wear. View more info

Image for Armes Militaria Magazine, No. 203, Juin 2002

Armes Militaria Magazine, No. 203, Juin 2002

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Paris, Histoire & Collections: 2002

Seller ID: 016786

Condition: Very Good


French-language magazine with articles on the Panzer Division in Normandy, British military insignia, and much else from World War 2. 70 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. View more info

Image for Militaria Magazine, No. 22, December 1995

Militaria Magazine, No. 22, December 1995

By: N/A

Price: $22.50

Publisher: London, Collectors Press Limited: 1995

Seller ID: 016787

Condition: Very Good to Fine


Contains articles on ATS uniforms in World War 2, U-boat insignia, Soviet BT-5 tanks, the Pacific Campaign, the cavalry in 1912-17, and more. 50 pages, illustrated. Light general wear. View more info

Image for 39/45 Magazine, No. 67

39/45 Magazine, No. 67

By: N/A

Price: $7.50

Publisher: Cesson-Sevigne, La Presse de Bretagne: 1992

Seller ID: 016788

Condition: Very Good


French-language magazine containing articles on the battle for Thulin, Dunkirk, Klaus Barbie, and much else. Contains the supplement for No. 67, laid in. Supplement has a diagonal 2" tear to top portion, with a small triangular loss at edge. 46 pages, illustrated. Smudge/stickiness to top left corner of front cover (the result of sticker removal, moderate general wear. View more info

Image for 39/45 Magazine, No. 132, Juin 1997

39/45 Magazine, No. 132, Juin 1997

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Cesson-Sevigne, La Presse de Bretagne: 1997

Seller ID: 016789

Condition: Very Good


French-language magazine containing articles on various aspects of World War 2. 64 pages, illustrated. Small sticker pull to top right corner of front cover, moderate general wear. View more info

Image for Genesis, Volume/Vol. One/1, Number/# Four/4, November/Nov. 1973

Genesis, Volume/Vol. One/1, Number/# Four/4, November/Nov. 1973

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: New York, Genesis Publications: 1973

Seller ID: 017622

Condition: Good


The fourth issue of a men's magazine featuring photographs of babes in the flesh, an interview with actor James Caan, a profile of musician Chuck Berry, fashion, reviews, cartoons, more naked babes, and other stuff, including two centrefolds. 142 pages. Cover soil, slant, price in magic marker to top right corner of front cover, mustiness. View more info

Image for Genesis, October/Oct. 1973/73, Volume/Vol. One/1, Number/# Three/3

Genesis, October/Oct. 1973/73, Volume/Vol. One/1, Number/# Three/3

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Genesis Publications: 1973

Seller ID: 017623

Condition: Very Good


The third issue of a men's magazine featuring photographs of unclad lovelies, as well as articles by such folks as Bernardt J. Hurwood, John Wallace, John Calendo and others, an interview with Chilean president Salvadore Allende, pieces on Paul Simon, fashion, grooming, Nobel Laureate Heinrich Boll, and much more. 142 pages. Moderate edgewear, short edge tear to bottom of front cover, moderate handling wear, some mustiness. View more info

Image for World Wrestling Federation (WWF) Presents CAGED!, The Greatest Steel Cage Matches in World Wrestling Federation History, Volume 1

World Wrestling Federation (WWF) Presents CAGED!, The Greatest Steel Cage Matches in World Wrestling Federation History, Volume 1

By: N/A

Price: $10.00

Publisher: TITANSPORTS Inc.: 1994

Seller ID: 017741

Condition: Very Good to Fine


Contains "The Greatest Steel Cage Matches in World Wrestling Federation History," including accounts of battles between Bret "Hit Man" Hart and brother Owen, Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty, the Steiner Brothers and Money Inc., the Ultimate Warrior and Rick Rude, Hulk Hogan and King Kong Bundy, and others. Unpaginated (32), illustrated. Moderate general wear. View more info

Image for ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.2, November/Nov. 1943

ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.2, November/Nov. 1943

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick for the Natural History Society of New Brunswick: 1943

Seller ID: 018011

Condition: Very Good


Contains articles on flora introduced to the neighbourhood of Windsor, N.S., the history of plum culture in New Brunswick, Part I of a 4-part series on New Brunswick's moss flora, the golden-winged woodpecker, lead-zinc-silver ore in Reserve Brook, and more. Red wraps, pages 51-86, illustrated w/2 figures. Light general wear. Internally tight. Scarce. View more info

Image for ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.4, November/Nov. 1944

ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.4, November/Nov. 1944

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick for the Natural History Society of New Brunswick: 1944

Seller ID: 018013

Condition: Very Good


Contains articles on the spread of the beech scale (an insect introduced into the Maritimes), a list of flora introduced into the neighbourhood of Windsor, N.S., the birds found on a small area of Fredericton, N.B., the use of Fucus Vesiculosis and Fucus Nodosus as fertilizer, a Japanese beetle outbreak in Halifax, Part III of a 4-part series on New Brunswick's moss flora, and more. Red wraps, pages 137-194, two in-text maps. Faded wraps, light general wear. Internally tight. Scarce. View more info

Image for ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.5, May 1945

ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 1 No.5, May 1945

By: N/A

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick for the Natural History Society of New Brunswick: 1945

Seller ID: 018014

Condition: Very Good


Contains articles on forest insects of Newfoundland, plutonic rocks of the Musquash area, wild plants as a source of carotene, skunk removal, repairing fractured deer bones, Part IV of a four-part series on New Brunswick's moss flora, lepidoptera taken in and near Fredericton, the James S. Lord collection of birds' eggs, and more. Red wraps, pages 1-80, illustrated. Light general wear. Internally tight. Scarce. View more info

Image for ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 2 No.6, January/Jan. 1946

ACADIAN NATURALIST, Bulletin of the Natural History Society of New Brunswick, New Series, Vol. 2 No.6, January/Jan. 1946

By: N/A

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick for the Natural History Society of New Brunswick: 1946

Seller ID: 018015

Condition: About Very Good


Contains articles on the biological reconnaissance of ponds in the P.E.I. national park, green-gilled clams and bivalves on P.E.I., using flight traps in studying aphid movement, the rock vole in New Brunswick, Jefferson's salamander on P.E.I., and more. Contributors include M.W. Smith, C.J. Kerswill, R.P. Gorham, F.C. Hirtle, C.C. Smith, Blythe Hurst, and Herbert Habeeb. Red wraps, pages 81-122, illustrated. Faded wraps (although every copy of this issue I've ever seen has been the same colour, so perhaps it isn't really faded at all), light general wear. Internally tight. Scarce. View more info

Image for THE FIDDLEHEAD, Fall 1974, #103

THE FIDDLEHEAD, Fall 1974, #103

By: (Hayter, Sparkle)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University: 1974

Seller ID: 008836

Condition: Very Good


the 103rd issue of the literary magazine published with the financial assistance of the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University, and the first edited by Roger Ploude after health problems forced former editor Kent Thompson to step aside; this issue contains a poem by then-sixteen-year-old Edmonton native, Sparkle Hayter, long before she went on to become a hot-shot media star and best-selling mystery writer; it's entitled "Her Morbid Harvest," and perhaps it should have given us a clue as to where little Sparkle's literary bent would eventually take her ("Strangulatio... View more info

THE FIDDLEHEAD, Spring 1979, #121

By: (Urquhart, Jane)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University,: 1979

Seller ID: 013792

Condition: Very Good


Contains poetry and stories by a variety of people, including what are likely the first appearances of two poems ("Mr. Bloombury" and "Paul") by award-winner Jane Urquhart. Additional poetry by Andrew Bartlett, Sharon Berg, Tom Wayman, Michael Pacey, Mark Frutkin, Nancy Taylor, and many others. Fiction by Leon Rooke, Elizabeth Brewster, Theresa Kishkan, D.J. Kushner, and Alexandre Amprimoz. 171 pages, llustrations by Christian Nicholson. Moderate general wear. View more info

THE POTTERSFIELD PORTFOLIO, New Writing from Atlantic Canada, Volume 8, 1986-87

By: Amirault, Peggy, Barbara Cottrell, Robin Metcalfe, Donalee Moulton-Barrett (editors)

Price: $10.00

Seller ID: 013783

Condition: Very Good


Contains material from more than three dozen contributors, among them George Elliott Clarke, Joah Harmon, Susan Kerslake, Lesley Choyce, Silver Donald Cameron and Spider Robinson. 52 pages. Light general wear. View more info

Image for MAGIC FOR THE MILLIONS, Issue Number Two (No. 2)

MAGIC FOR THE MILLIONS, Issue Number Two (No. 2)

By: Anonymous

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Toronto, British News Agency:

Seller ID: 010462

Condition: Good


nd (ca. 1921); contains information and illustrations revealing the secrets of performing dozens of magic tricks, including illusions, stage magic, parlor magic, party stunts, sleight of hand, and more; although undated, an article makes reference to Johnny Coulon who "for several months has been interesting the French public with his remarkable demonstrations."; a little Net research unearths the fact that Coulon was in Paris in the autumn of 1920, before showing up in New York in mid-1921 with his act; unpaginated (32); bent corners, handling wear, original price magic-markered out, ... View more info

Famous Western, April 1952

By: Baker, Brister, Berard, Carpenter, Cogswell, Cruickshank, Hines, Mathews, Walters, Whitechurch

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Columbia Publications:

Seller ID: wes.00048


stories by John Jo Carpenter, Richard Brister, A.A. Baker, Ralph Berard, Harold F. Cruickshank, Rex Whitechurch, C.H. Cogswell, Cliff Walters, James A. Hines, J.J. Mathews; uneven tear to left edge of front cover, the usual short tears/chipping/edgewear, 1/4" of top spine chipped, some foxing to first couple of pages; View more info

Image for The Best of National Lampoon #4

The Best of National Lampoon #4

By: Beard, Henry, Michael O'Donoghue, Tony Hendra, Brian McConnachie and Sean Kelly (editors)

Price: $8.50

Publisher: New York, National Lampoon: 1973

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 016998

Condition: Very Good


"Vol. I, No 5 in a series of special editions published three times a year." Or, more accurately, a collection of material considered by the editors to be the best of National Lampoon's generally hilariously offensive, groundbreaking humour, published because the magazine was a gold mine, and even more money could be squeezed out of its readers if it published a regular series of 'Best of' issues. It certainly worked where I was concerned. Unpaginated, illustrated. A small handling crease to left portion of front cover, light general wear. Internally tight and clean. View more info

Image for Desire Presents BDSM, Volume/Vol. 2, Number/No./#5

Desire Presents BDSM, Volume/Vol. 2, Number/No./#5

By: Berry, Sarah (editor)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: London, Trojan Publishing: 2009

Edition: 1st printing

Seller ID: 017552

Condition: Good


Articles and fiction with a variety of fetish themes, including bondage, discipline, sadism, masochism, submission, domination, sex slaves, boot lickers, and so on and so forth -- pretty much all the stuff that disgusts anybody not participating in it. Illustrated. General handling wear. View more info

Thrilling Wonder Stories, December 1949

By: Blish, Bradbury, Cartmill, de Camp, Jones, Leinster, Morrison

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Standard Magazines:

Seller ID: sf.00363

Condition: Fair to Good


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. View more info

The Best of Omni Science Fiction

By: Bova, Ben, and Don Myrus (editors)

Price: $6.50

Publisher: Omni Society: 1980

Seller ID: 005300

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

Spockanalia #5, April 1979

By: Burley, Sherna C., Devra Michele Langsam, Deborah Michel Langsam (editors)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Brooklyn, Poison Pen Press: 1979

Edition: 4th printing

Seller ID: 017972

Condition: Very Good


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 View more info

The Mysterious East, April 1970/Apr. '70

By: Cameron, Campbell, Hunt, Rousseau (contributing editors)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, Rubber Duck Press, Inc.: 1970

Seller ID: nf.00273

Condition: Very Good


Published in Maritime Canada, The Mysterious East was a bit of a counterculture/underground magazine with articles and commentaries on politics, drug laws, the arts, the environment and civil rights. This issue complete with the 46-page illustrated birth control insert. Stapled wraps, 30 pages, illustrated. Moderate edgewear, crease to bottom left corner of back cover, short tears to bottom edge of back cover. There should be two staples holding this paper together, but since there are no staple holes at the top of the spine or in the centre of the magazine, there seems to have never been... View more info

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Die besten Stories aus The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, #59 (signed)

By: Campbell, Carver, Donaldson, Eisenstein, Moore, Wylde

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Munchen, Wilhelm Heyne Verlag: 1981

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Contributor (Jeffrey Carver)

Seller ID: sf.00324

ISBN: 3-453-30713-5

Condition: Near Fine


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. View more info

THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, August 1892, No. 41 Vol. IV

By: Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Inverness, Northern Chronicle: 1892

Seller ID: 014393

Condition: About Very Good


This issue contains "A Treacherous Friend" by Beinn-Na-Caillich, Chapter VIII of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital," Part IV of William Mackenzie's "Gaelic Incantations, Charms, and Blessings of the Hebrides," two contributions from Fionn ("An Old Perthshire Song" and "Churchyard Watching," Part III of "Scenes of Long Ago" (this one Glenbeltane), Part III of Dr. Aitken's "The Social Life and Literature of the Borders," "Some Further Curiosities of Gaelic Proof-Reading," by Dr. Donald Mass... View more info

THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, January 1893, No. 46 Vol. IV

By: Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Inverness, Northern Chronicle: 1893

Seller ID: 014478

Condition: Good to Very Good


This issue contains Chapters IX and X of D. Nairne's "A Strange Revenge," "The First Lord Reay," by Murray Rose, the conclusion of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital," Part II of D.M.'s "A Ceilidh," "Quern Songs" by Fionn, Part I of J.A.G.'s Through Darkest Inverness-shire by Rail and Road," an article on the previous year's progress in Celtic literature and study, and Notes. An unread copy, with top edges of all signatures unopened. Pages 577 through 640 inclusive, with two advertisement pages (one between f... View more info

THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, December 1892, No. 45 Vol. IV

By: Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Inverness, Northern Chronicle: 1892

Seller ID: 014483

Condition: Very Good


This issue contains Chapters VII and VIII of "A Strange Revenge," Chapter XII of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital," Caib I.'s "Fear A' Ghlinne," "A Little Picture" by M.O.W., Janet Sinclair Berger's "A Day at 'John O' Groats,'" "An Teampull Spioradail," by Le padruig Stiubhart, Part I of "A Ceilidh" by D.M., "Snatches of Song Collected in Badenoch," by T.S., and Notes. Pages 513 through 576 inclusive, advertisement stapled between front cover and first page, another between last page and... View more info

THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, April 1892, No. 37 Vol. IV

By: Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Inverness, Northern Chronicle: 1892

Seller ID: 014502

Condition: Good to Very Good


This issue contains Chapter I of "Willie Gillies," Part II of "The Estate of Bught, Inverness, and its Owners, 1771-1891," by C.Fraser-Mackintosh, Chapter IV of Captain Douglas Wimberley's "The Hospital of Inverness and Dunbar's Hospital, Wimberley's "Appendix to 'The 79th Highlanders in the Indian Mutiny Campaign, 1858,'" Part XIV of "Ireland Before the Conquest," by Sir Henry Cockburn MacAndrew, Part I of "Scenes of Long Ago" ("The Last of the Pensioners"), an article on books, and "Notes and News." 64 pages, advertisement stapled b... View more info

THE HIGHLAND MONTHLY, March 1890, No. 12 Vol. I

By: Campbell, Duncan, and Alexander Macbain (editors)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Inverness, Northern Chronicle: 1890

Seller ID: 014507

Condition: Good to Very Good


This issue contains Chapters XXX through XXXII of "The Long Glen," "A Morning Song" by Lord Archibald Campbell, "A Scotchwoman's Experiences in Russia," by M.O.W., "Love of Highlanders for Ancient Customs," by Alex. M. Ross, "A Trip in North Germany," by J.F. Carruthers," "The Raising of H.M.S. 'Sultan'," by Lieutenant Rose, "Notes on the Botany of the Reay Country," by J.M.M., "The Black Watch Memorial, Aberfeldy," by Duncan MacGregor Crerar, "Poems From a MacColl Ms.," "Cluny River," by E.M., "The Three B... View more info

CAPE BRETON'S MAGAZINE, Devoted to the History, Natural History and Future of Cape Breton Island (lot of 13 issues)

By: Caplan, Ronald (ed.)

Price: $200.00

Seller ID: 009591


a 13-issue lot (#'s 1 through 14, missing #4) from the very earliest days of this unique newsprint magazine (founded, edited and published by Ronald Caplan, an American who moved to Cape Breton and fell in love with the place) which first saw the light of day in the early 1970s; the magazines feature articles current and historical on a variety of subjects best described as eclectic, all related in one way or another to Cape Breton, its history and its residents, including but nowhere near limited to rope-making, reminiscences, fiddling, oral histories, rum-running, flowers, basket making, rug... View more info

Cape Breton's Magazine, Number Eight/8

By: Caplan, Ronald (ed.)

Price: $25.00

Seller ID: 009592

Condition: About Very Good


an early issue of this unique newsprint magazine (founded, edited and published by Ronald Caplan, an American who moved to Cape Breton and fell in love with the place) which first saw the light of day in the early 1970s; the magazine features articles current and historical on a variety of subjects best described as eclectic, all related in one way or another to Cape Breton, its history and its residents; this one contains articles on edible wild berries in Cape Breton, Ulysses LeLievre and his boats, a recipe for Ceann Groppi, the Ross Ferry, and much else; these early issues can be very diff... View more info

Cape Breton's Magazine, Number Eleven/11

By: Caplan, Ronald (ed.)

Price: $25.00

Seller ID: 009593

Condition: Very Good


an early issue of this unique newsprint magazine (founded, edited and published by Ronald Caplan, an American who moved to Cape Breton and fell in love with the place) which first saw the light of day in the early 1970s; the magazine features articles current and historical on a variety of subjects best described as eclectic, all related in one way or another to Cape Breton, its history and its residents; this one contains articles on the rum-running days in the area, four Acadian stories (in French), a Micmac legend ("Taken-From-Guts"), common lichens of Capen Breton, a shipwreck at L... View more info

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THE POTTERSFIELD PORTFOLIO (3 volumes), Fiction and Poetry From Atlantic Canada, Number One 1979-1980, Volume 2 1980-1981, and Volume 3, 1981-1982

By: Choyce, Lesley (editor)

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Porter's Lake, Pottersfield Press:

Seller ID: 013777

Condition: About Very Good


The first three issues of a yearly publication featuring both established writers and unknowns contributing prose and poetry. Volume One contains work by Harry Thurston, Spider Robinson, Fred Cogswell, Harold Horwood, Susan Kerslake, Alden Nowlan, Farley Mowat, H.R. Percy, Fraser Sutherland, James Irving, and many others. Volume 2 features Fraser Sutherland, Silver Donald Cameron, Alistair MacLeod, H.R. Percy, Harold Horwood, bill bissett, Michael Brian Oliver, Jeremy Akerman, John Steffler, Fred Cogswell, Alden Nowlan, Raymond Fraser, and many others. Volume 3 features Raymond Fraser, Robert ... View more info

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Hunting & Fishing in Canada, January-February/Jan.-Feb. 1966, Volume/Vol. 37 Number/No./#1

By: Dawson, Alan (hunting), and Robert Turnbull (fishing), (editors)

Price: $12.50

Publisher: Toronto, Jardine & Young Limited: 1966

Edition: 1st printing

Seller ID: 017052

Condition: About Very Good


An issue of an uncommon magazine for hunting and fishing enthusiasts, featuring articles on a wide variety of subjects, including a moose hunter's tall tales, ice fishing, the best weapons for hunting rabbits, beer-and-game recipes, suggestions for building an ice hut, and more, by the editors, James Alverton, David Proulx, Marily Cooper, Jordan Hill, Ian Paterson, Grant Hopkins, Kerry Wood, Tiny Bennett, Eldon Stonehouse, John Ayriss, and George Carnegie. 32 pages (including covers), illustrated. Address sticker to top of front cover, rubbing, small puncture from back cover through to middl... View more info

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Empire, July, 2008

By: Dinning, Mark (editor)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: London, Bauer London Lifestyle Ltd.: 2008

Seller ID: 017592

Condition: Good to Very Good


The Heath Ledger/Joker cover variant of the July 2008 issue, which featured "2 covers to collect," the other featuring Christian Bale/Batman. 194 pages. Abrasion to bottom edges of front cover and first two pages, light edgewear, moderate handling wear, sticker removal took some cover gloss with it (affects first "E" of "Empire"). View more info

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Seven (7) Mondays, Volume Three (3)

By: Douma, Laurel, Anna Greenwood, Shiralee Hudson, Mark Purdon (editors)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Jolicure, the Anchorage Press: 1997

Edition: Limited edition of 500 copies

Seller ID: 017634

ISBN: 1-895488-16-8

Condition: Good


A collection of poetry, photographs and short stories by 32 university students. Unpaginated. Crease to bottom right corner of front cover, light scuffing, several pinholes to front cover and extending through first third of the book. Internally tight. View more info

Sweet and Deadly

By: Duncan, David

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Mercury Mystery Digest 134: 1948

Edition: 1st thus

Seller ID: mys.00398

Condition: Good


Small soil mark to bottom of front cover, slant, grease pencil "a" to front cover, dusty edges, bottom tips of first few pages stained. View more info

Image for Coronet, March 1939, Volume/Vol. 5, #/No. 5, (whole number 29)

Coronet, March 1939, Volume/Vol. 5, #/No. 5, (whole number 29)

By: Gingrich, Arnold, and Bernard Geis (editors)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Chicago, David A. Smart: 1939

Seller ID: 016851

Condition: Good to Very Good


Contains a wide variety of articles, stories, poetry and features, by an equally wide variety of contributors, among them Creighton Peet, Fred C. Kelly, Bob Brown, Louis Zara, Robert P.T. Coffin, Robert W. Sneddon, E. Alexander Powell, and many others. One particularly interesting photo essay is a five-page article on toy banks. 180 pages (including covers). Edgewear, nicks to spine ends, handling wear. (C/BT) View more info

SPENSER NEWSLETTER, Spring/Summer 1989, Volume 20 Number 2

By: Gless, Darryl J. (editor)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina: 1989

Seller ID: 014492

Condition: Near Fine


Contains book reviews and notices, articles, and so on related to Spenser and his work. Pages 25 through 48. Light general wear. View more info

ADVENTURE, October 1949

By: Goodwyn, Kendall W. (editor)

Price: $6.00

Publisher: Popular Publications: 1949

Seller ID: 006085

Condition: Good


Pulp magazine featuring "America's most exciting fiction for men!" This issue contains stories and articles by Dan Cushman, Ira L. Nickerson, John Prescott, Wilmon Menard, Richard Howells Watkins, Ben Smith, Ed Dieckmann, Jr., Robert R. Sawyer, John Bender, and Emmett McDowell. Cover illustration by Robert Stanley. Interior illustrations by Monroe Eisenberg, Everett Raymond Kinstler, V.E. Pyles, Daniel Pierce, Charles Geer, Peter Kuhlhoff, L. Sterne Stevens, and Joseph A. Farren. The usual chipping/short tears/edgewear associated with the breed, bottom spine chipped, two 1" tea... View more info

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Crackers Number/No./# Three/3

By: Greig, Dave (editorial director)

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Richmond Hill, Scholastic-TAB Publications: 1982

Seller ID: 017679

Condition: Very Good


A scarce children's magazine for the grades 3-5 set. Cover features photograph of Wayne Gretzky, with an illustrated, three-page article on his early-career accomplishments. Also included is an article on a baby lowland gorilla recovering from brain surgery at the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children, a short story by Leslie Sweeney, instructions of how to make a gorilla pillow, a variety of games and puzzles, weird-but-true facts, hockey tips from Peter Puck, trivia, and more. All puzzles are unworked. 24 pages. Moderate edge/corner wear, faint creases to left edge of front cover, tiny soi... View more info

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Nightmare No. 22, October/Oct. 1974/'74 (signed)

By: Hewetson, Alan (editor)

Price: $40.00

Publisher: New York, Skywald Publishing Corporation: 1974

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Augustine Funnell, at his story

Seller ID: 017690

Condition: Good


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. View more info

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Acadiensis, July 1902, Volume II, Number 3

By: Jack, David Russell (editor)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Saint John, The Acadian Society / D.R. Jack: 1902

Seller ID: 018060

ISBN: NO

Condition: Very Good


"A quarterly devoted to the interests of the Maritime provinces of Canada," this issue kicking off with an article on old silver plate (appropriately titled "Old Plate"), with numerous other articles ("A Halifax Privateer in 1757," "The Bells of Peace," "The Wetmore Family," "Some Old Letters," "Naming of St. Andrews," "Book-Plates," "The Amaranth," "Wanted," "The River St. John," "Hon. Sir A.G. Archibald," "Boo, Notices," and "Marconi Towers"). Pages 174-217, illustrated, many page... View more info

Monster Madness, No. 2 (#2)

By: Lee, Stan

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Marvel: 1973

Seller ID: 009561

Condition: Very Good to Fine


A collection of old horror movie stills embellished with humourous captions. Cover features Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi and Basil Rathbone in a scene from Universal's 1939 release, "Son of Frankenstein." Horizontal crinkle (printing imperfection) to back cover; View more info

Monster Madness, No. 3 (#3)

By: Lee, Stan

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Marvel: 1973

Seller ID: 009567

Condition: Very Good


A collection of old horror movie stills embellished with humourous captions. Also contains movie reviews from Don McGregor and Tony Isabella, an article on "The Creature From The Black Lagoon," a look at the flesh-eating Wendigo, a Tony Isabella-written profile of horror master Robert Bloch, and other features. Cover reproduces a scene from the film, "Bride of Frankenstein." View more info

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TEACHDAIRE NAN GAIDHEAL, Am Faolach (January)

By: MacNeil, Seumas (editor)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Sidni (Sydney), Teachdaire nan Gaidheal Limited: 1928

Seller ID: 016054

Condition: Fair


An issue of the Gaelic-language newspaper published irregularly from December 1924 until July 1933 in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. Eight pages, the final three of which are advertisments from many local merchants. A very scarce publication, seldom found outside library collections. Folded in half horizontally, then folded horizontally again (making in all, three folds). Separations along all folds (including spine), light soil, edgewear, bent corners. This was unfolded to take a scan, but it has obviously been folded and unfolded many times over the years, so in order to prevent further dama... View more info

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TEACHDAIRE NAN GAIDHEAL, Am Mart (March) 1933

By: MacNeil, Seumas (editor)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Sidni (Sydney), Teachdaire nan Gaidheal Limited/J.A. Cameron, Printer: 1933

Seller ID: 016055

Condition: Good


An issue of the primarily Gaelic-language newspaper published irregularly from December 1924 until July 1933 in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, "devoted to the study and revival of the Gaelic language." Twelve pages, w/two columns of advertisements on the last page. A very scarce publication, seldom found outside library collections. Folded in half horizontally, then folded horizontally again (making in all, three folds). Edgewear, general wear. This copy has obviously been kept in its folded state for many years, and was unfolded to take a scan (which, sadly, isn't all that clear). In... View more info

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TEACHDAIRE NAN GAIDHEAL, An Giblin (April) 1933

By: MacNeil, Seumas (editor)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Sidni (Sydney), Teachdaire nan Gaidheal Limited/J.A. Cameron, Printer: 1933

Seller ID: 016056

Condition: Good


An issue of the primarily Gaelic-language newspaper "devoted to the study and revival of the Gaelic language," published irregularly from December 1924 until July 1933 in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Twelve pages, w/two columns of advertisements on the last page. A very scarce publication, seldom found outside library collections. Folded in half horizontally, then folded horizontally again (making in all, three folds). Some smudging, light soil, bent corners. This copy has obviously been kept in its folded state for many years, and was unfolded to take a scan (which, sadly, isn't al... View more info

CHINESE LITERATURE, March 1980/No. 3, & May 1980/No. 5

By: Mao Dun (editor)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Beijing, Chinese Literature: 1980

Seller ID: 011109

Condition: Good


Two English-language issues of an illustrated periodical featuring fiction, poetry, interviews, reviews, articles and art from a variety of Chinese creators. The March issue w/signs of wear to spine ends, edgewear, largish sticker pull to top right portion of front cover, light soil. The May issue blemished by moderately smudged/soiled covers, wear to spine ends, edgewear. View more info

HERITAGE CANADA, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter/hiver 1976

By: McDougall, Terry (editor)

Price: $10.00

Seller ID: 014883

Condition: Very Good


A bilingual (English and French) magazine "dedicated to the preservation and conversation of Canada's man-made and natural heritage." Contributions from Shannie Duff and Beverley Miller, Jean Ball, John Molgaard, Michael Harrington, Shane O'Dea, R.A.J. Phillips, others. 44 pages, illustrated. View more info

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PERITIA, Journal of the Medieval Academy of Ireland, Volume/Vol. 4

By: O Corrain, Donnchadh, Michael Richter, Daibhi O Croinin, and Gearoid Mac Niocaill (editors)

Price: $75.00

Publisher: Dublin, Medieval Academy of Ireland: 1985

Seller ID: 017727

Condition: Good


An uncommon early number of a journal concerned with all medieval periods of Irish culture, but tending "to concentrate on the earlier middle ages, and" devoting "very considerable space to law, hagiography, palaeography, computistics, institutional history, literary history, and art and archaeology." This volume contains articles by David Frendo ("Sebeos and the Armenian historiographical tradition in the context of Byzantine-Iranian relations"), David N. Dumville ("The West Saxon genealogical regnal list and the chronology of early Wessex"), Jean-Michel Picar... View more info

Image for Batman Begins -- Special DVD Issue (The Man Who Falls, The Bat-Man, and The Long Halloween -- Chapter One

Batman Begins -- Special DVD Issue (The Man Who Falls, The Bat-Man, and The Long Halloween -- Chapter One

By: O'Neil, Denny, Bob Kane, and Jeph Loeb

Price: $10.00

Publisher: DC Comics: 2005

Edition: Special DVD issue

Seller ID: 016591

Condition: Near Fine


Canadian printing of an insert with the Batman Begins DVD. Originally published as "Secret Origins of the World's Greatest Super-Heroes," copyright 1989; "Detective Comics #27" copyright 1939, and "Batman: The Long Halloween #1, Legends of the Dark Knight Halloween Special," copyright 1996. Tiny bump to bottom edge of front cover. View more info

Image for BABEL, A Journal of Early Modern Studies, Volume II (signed)

BABEL, A Journal of Early Modern Studies, Volume II (signed)

By: Reid, Lindsay, Lisa Mullins, Ron Haflidson, and Hugh Samson (editors)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Halifax, The Early Modern Studies Department / University of King's College: 2003

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Two Editors

Seller ID: 016939

Condition: Very Good


Students from King's College and Dartmouth University provide a collection of student essays that are "explorations, proposals, interpretations, and diatribes about the historical events, literature, philosophy, and art, that helped shape Western Society." Contributors include the editors, Samuel Austin, Jesse Blackwood, Naomi Blackwood, John Blanchard, Sarah Brodbar-Nemzer, Robyn Brown, James Bryson, Jeremy Dickstein, Micheal Fountain, Ross Gower, Christopher Hobrecker, Katherine E. Ireland, Elizabeth Smith, Christina Van Herk, and Katie Woodside. This copy signed by editors Samson ... View more info

POET, May 1972, Vol. 13 No. 5

By: Srinivas, Krishna (editor)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: 1972

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 014389

Condition: Very Good


This issue's guest editor is Frances Brown Price, and the issue contains material from numerous poets, among them Robert Gibbs, Fred Cogswell, William Bauer, Don Gutteridge, Derk Wynand, Alfred Goldsworth Bailey, Joseph Sherman, Brian Bartlett, Pat Lowther, Douglas Barbour, Joy Kogawa, Kent Thompson, Robert Cockburn, and many more. 80 pages. Light edgewear, previous owner's name across top edge of front cover (does not interfere with text). Uncommon. View more info

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FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, April/May 1991, No. 26

By: Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Evanston, Michael Stein: 1991

Seller ID: 017731

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

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FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, October Oct./November Nov. 1992, No. 35

By: Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Evanston, Michael Stein: 1992

Seller ID: 017743

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

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FILMFAX, The Magazine of Unusual Film and Television, June/July 1993

By: Stein, Michael, and Sharon Lind Williams (editors)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Evanston, Michael Stein: 1993

Seller ID: 017745

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

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The Fiddlehead, Summer 1989, No. 160

By: Taylor, Michael (editor)

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Fredericton, University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University: 1989

Seller ID: 016757

Condition: Very Good


Contains fiction by Elizabeth Gifford ("Almost Pretty Woman Seeks"), Aryeh Lev Stollman ("New Memories"), Bruce Hunter ("Capital Punishment"), Rose Scollard ("Kerby Dick Launches His Wife Mattie..."), Kirk H. Wirsig ("Colonial Hymenoptera"), and Rebecca Raglon ("The Flower Lover"), with poetry by more than twenty contributors, among them Michael Crummey, George Elliott Clarke, Rod Anderson, Lynn Crosbie and numerous others, as well as reviews and illustrations. 127 pages, cover illustration by Peggy Smith. Light surface wear, impressions. Inte... View more info

Pottersfield Portfolio, Volume 19, Number 1, Fall 1998

By: Tremblay, Tony (editor)

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Halifax, Gatsby Press: 1998

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 012189

Condition: As New


A special issue devoted primarily to David Adams Richards and his work. Contributors to the Richards section include the editor, the honouree, Wayne Curtis, Ted Colson, R.M. Vaughan, Margo Wheaton, William Connor, Inge Sterrer-Hauzenberger, Fred Cogswell, Frances MacDonald, Sheldon Currie, Herb Wylie, Ilkay Silk, Pamela Jo Boggs, J. Russell Perkin, Wayne Johnston, Lawrence Mathews, Stan Atherton, Winnifred M. Bogaards, Eric Trethewey, Phil Milner, and Alistair MacLeod. Also includes work from Brian Burke, Heather Dunham, Deanna Yonge, Kevin Black, Michael Dunwoody, Thomas O'Grady, Susan McCasl... View more info

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Scarlet Street, No. 48

By: Valley, Richard (editor)

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Glen Rock, Scarlet Street Inc. / Richard Valley: 2003

Seller ID: 017746

Condition: Very Good


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. View more info

After The Image

By: Wright, Jonathan

Price: $10.00

Publisher: Riverview, Owl's Head Press: 1986

Edition: First Edition

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: 013805

Condition: Near Fine


A limited edition of 500 copies, of which this is #22. A collection of verse "influenced by French and Spanish surrealists, and Japanese and Chinese poets." Signed by Wright, on half-title. 51 pages, cover illustration by Bernard Deniger. A suggestion of edgewear. View more info

Image for Gordon Yamamoto and the King of the Geeks, #1

Gordon Yamamoto and the King of the Geeks, #1

By: Yang, Gene

Price: $20.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Humble Comics: 1997

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 016706

Condition: Very Good


The true first printing of Yang's story about a bully and his victim. Precedes the graphic novel by about seven years. 32 pages. Moderate handling wear. Uncommon in first printing. View more info

Image for Rogue Number/No./# 17, April/Apr. 1969

Rogue Number/No./# 17, April/Apr. 1969

By: Zentner, David (editor)

Price: $20.00

Publisher: New York, Douglas Publishing Company: 1969

Seller ID: 017747

Condition: Good


Magazine featuring articles and photography primarily of interest to men (that would, generally, be stuff about naked babes). This issue contains non-fiction articles by Herman Petras ("Dow vs the Critics"), Franklynn Peterson ("Whatever Became of Dick?"), Michael Shiffrin ("Keep Your Eye on Kusama"), J.C. Thomas ("Joplin & Slick: Hip Chicks Who Rock With Soul"), and others, as well as fiction by Herbert Leslie Greene, Jack E. Cummings and Patrick F. McManus, to say nothing of half-a-dozen or so photo essays of nekkid wimmen. 84 pages (including covers). Gen... View more info