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  • $45.00

    Dr. Futurity by Dick, Philip K

    Mariner Books, 2013. First printing of this edition with cover design by Christopher Moisan. Unread, as new. 166 pp.. 1st Thus. Soft Cover. Fine.
  • $55.00

    The Dead Zone by King, Stephen

    The Viking Press, 1979. First edition (FP). Black cloth spine, black boards, gilt titles. Book very good with aging to paper, small hole to cloth at spine. DJ very good minus with 3-in. closed wrinkle-tear at back panel, rubbing. 426 pp.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.
  • $75.00

    From the Pen of Paul: The Fantastic Images of Frank R. Paul by Korshak, Stephen D., Ed

    Shasta/Phoenix, 2009. First printing of the trade edition. Pictorial glossy boards, matching DJ, pictorial color endsheets. With a Preface by Arhur C. Clarke and with a special contribution from Jerry Weist. Covers from Amazing Stories, Wonder Stories and other periodicals. Unread, as new in like DJ. 128 pp.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine.
  • $35.00

    Blood Canticle by Rice, Anne

    Westminister, Maryland, U.S.A.: Alfred a Knopf Inc, 2003. Stated first edition. Unread, near fine in like DJ with slight shelfwear. 306 pp.. First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Book.
  • $20.00

    Brittle Innings by Bishop, Michael

    Bantam Books, 1994. First printing. Tan cloth over rust boards, gilt titles. Author won the Nebula Award forNo Enemy But Time, and has won other awards as well. A near fine copy in like DJ. Author publicity photo laid in. 502 pp.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good. Book.
  • $35.00

    Katie by McDowell, Michael

    Avon, 1982. Avon 80184, first printing with 3.50 cover price. Unread copy with aging to paper295 pp.. 1st Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.
  • $85.00

    The Invincible by Lem, Stanislaw

    Seabury Press, 1967. First edition (NAP). Blue cloth, black titles. Translated from the German edition by Wendayne Ackerman. Book very good minus with coffeestain to ffep, top section of front board and part of top edge. Spotting also to top edge. DJ very good with stain to reverse (only), minor edgewear. Fairly scarce - price reflecting condition. 183 pp.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.
  • $30.00

    Dolores Claiborne by King, Stephen

    Viking Adult, 1993. First printing. Black cloth spine, black boards, gilt titles. Book unread, near fine with a couple spots of binding glue in front gutter. DJ very good plus with rubbing to some gilded portions, short tear at head of spine. 305 pp.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Very Good.
  • $25.00

    Starship: The Magazine About Science Fiction Vol 19 No 1 by Porter, Andrew, Ed

    Starship Magazine, 1972. Winter-Spring 1982-1983. Cover: illustration by Odbert. In this issue: Jack Dann on writing autobiography, Interview with Joan D. Vinge, Frederick Pohl on critics and reviewers, the Silverberg Papers, Part 4 by Robert Silverberg. Very good with small stain to inside cover.50 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.
  • $15.00

    The Variable Man by Dick, Philip K

    Ace Books, 1957. No reprint date. Likely 1970s. Ace # 86050. Contains The Variable Man, Minority Report and several other stories. Very good unread copy with some toning to paper, dulling to cover. Bingo card still bound in. 312 pp.. Second Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Book.
  • $175.00

    Needle by Clement, Hal

    Doubleday & Co, 1950. Stated first edition. Tan cloth, black titles. Book very good with with mild fading to cloth, erosion to cloth at top edge of back board, small bookshop sticker to rear pastedown. DJ very good minus with significant edgewear to spine-ends, wear to flap folds, rubbing and price clipped. 222 pp.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Book.
  • $65.00

    Nightmares and Geezenstacks by Brown, Fredric

    Bantam Books, 1961. Bantam J2296, first Bantam printing with .40 cover price. Contains 47 stories. Very good plus with edgewear to cover, aging to paper. 137 pp.. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Book.
  • $25.00

    Quicker Than the Eye by Bradbury, Ray

    Dresden, Tennessee, U.S.A.: Avon Books, 1996. Uncorrected proof. Unread with light shelfwear. 261 pp.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine. Book.
  • $40.00

    Sacrament by Barker, Clive

    Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.: HarperCollins, 1996. First printing. Signed on pasted bookplate at half-title. Unread, as new in like DJ with remainder mark to bottom edge and Autographed sticker to front of DJ. 447 pp.. Signed by Author(s). First Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Book.
  • $25.00

    LoveDeath: Five Tales of Love and Death by Simmons, Dan

    Warner, 1993. First printing. A 'collection of five novellas' by the award-winning author of Children of the Night. Unread, as new in like DJ. 310 pp.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Book.
  • $75.00

    The Adventures of The Peerless Peer by Farmer, Philip Jose

    Boulder, CO: Aspen Press, 1974. Small octavo. Stated first edition. Red cloth, gilt titles. Very good plus with aging to endsheets, some spotting to to top edge. DJ also very good with modest edgewear. 111 pp.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.
  • $25.00

    Approaching Oblivion: Road Signs on the Treadmill Toward Tomorrow by Ellison, Harlan

    Walker & Co., 1974. Orange paper boards, black titles. Book club edition. With a Foreword by Michael Crighton. Eleven previously uncollected stories. An unread, near fine unread copy. DJ, designed and illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon, also near fine with a slight hint of shelfwear. 184 pp.. Book Club Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Book.
  • $45.00

    Fantasy & Science Fiction by Ferman, Edward L., Ed

    Mercury Press, 1990. December 1990. Special Stephen King Issue with two stories: The Bear & The Moving Finger. Also contains King bibliography, short fiction by S. Newman, Paul Di Philipo, Ronald Anthony Cross and Stephen Kraus. Has been well cared for: Looks virtually new, unread & unaged. 160 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Book.
  • $15.00

    You're All Alone by Leiber, Fritz

    Ace Books, 1972. Ace 95146 with .95 over price and illustration by "JW." Very good with aging, edgewear/foldwear. 1/4" tear to cover at foreedge. 191 pp.. First Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good. Book.
  • $80.00

    What Mad Universe by Brown, Fredric

    Easton Press, 1986. Blue leather binding, two rasied bankds at spine. Gilded edges,ribbon bookmark. With an Introduction by James Gunn and two-color illustrations by Frank Mayo, inspired by the pulp magazines of the 1950s. No DJ as issued. Book near fine with a few scuffs to gilded edges. Easton Press 'Collector's Notes' laid in.191 pp.. 1st Thus.. Hardcover. Near Fine/No Jacket.
  • $25.00

    Whispers Vol 4 No 3-4 by Schiff, Stuart David, Ed

    Stuart David Schiff, 1982. Whole Number 15016. Cover: John Stewart. Ramsey Campbell Issue. Contains an interview and three stories: Eve of Childhood, Conversion, Out of Copyright. Also fiction by Gerald Page, Ray Russell, Frances Garfield, Karl Edward Wagner. Spotting to endmatter and edges but unread. 176 pp.. First Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. Book.
  • $35.00

    The Colorado Kid by King, Stephen

    Dorchester Publishing Company, Incorporated, 2005. First printing (NAP). With cover printing by Glen Orbik. Basis of the TV series Haven. Unread and near fine with some aging to paper. 184 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Near Fine.
  • $65.00

    The Science-Fiction Subtreasury: 10 Stories by Tucker, Wilson

    Rinehart, 1954. Blue binding, white titles. Rinehart colophon on CR. Includes Streetwalker, MCMLV, Home is First printing. Where the Wreck Is, My Brother's Wife, Gentlemen--the Queen!, The Job is Ended, Exit, The Wayfaring Strangers, Able to Zebra, The Mountaineer. Very good with aging to paper, soil to top edge and tops of boards. DJ also very good, lightly frayed at spine-ends, wear to folds. 240 pp,. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Book.
  • $15.00

    The Immortals by Gunn, James

    Bantam Books, 1968. Bantam H3915, third printing of this edition.with .60 cover price. Very good tight copy with rubbing to cover, aging to paper. 164 pp.. 1st Edition. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.
  • $330.00

    HOW TO BUILD A PLANET. Signed Typescript by Anderson, Poul

    N.p, N.d.: Änderson, 1971. First Edition. N.p, N.d: Änderson, 1971. First Edition. Anderson, Poul. HOW TO BUILD A PLANET. Signed. n.p. n.d. "The axial inclination is also a matter of choice. One might have postulated a really rakish tilt and thus have gotten some extreme seasons". One page Typed Manuscript Signed by Poul Anderson. An excerpt from, How To Build A Planet, originally published in the 1971 SFWA Handbook, later a Chapbook with Stephen L Gillett 81/2" X 11". 2... Read more

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