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Science Fiction Books & Ephemera

Deus Irae

Deus Irae

by Philip K. Dick and Roger Zelazny

Vintage, New York. 2nd trade paperback printing. Condition: Near fine, very light edge and corner wear.In the years following World War III, a new and powerful faith has arisen from a scorched and poisoned Earth, a faith that embraces the architect of world wide devastation. The Servants of Wrath have deified Carlton Lufteufel and re-christened him the Deus Irae. In the small community of Charlottesville, Utah, Tibor McMasters, born without arms or legs, has, through an array of prostheses, established a... Read more
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CA$7.95
Dreamsongs Volume 1

Dreamsongs Volume 1

by George R. R. Martin

Bantam Books/Spectra, New York, 2007. First edition. Condition: Near fine, dust jacket has light edge wear and price sticker on rear cover.From the publisher: Dubbed the American Tolkien by Time magazine, #1 New York Times bestselling author George R.R. Martin is a giant in the field of fantasy literature and one of the most exciting storytellers of our time. Now he delivers a rare treat for readers: a compendium of his shorter works, collected into two stunning volumes, that offer fascinating insight... Read more
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CA$9.95
A Maze of Death

A Maze of Death

by Philip K. Dick

Vintage, New York, 8th trade paperback printing. Condition: Near fine, very light edge and corner wear.Fourteen strangers come to Delmak-O. Thirteen of them were transferred by the usual authorities. One got there by praying. But once they arrived on that treacherous planet, whose very atmosphere seemed to induce paranoia and psychosis, the newcomers found that even prayer was useless. For on Delmak-O, God is either absent or intent on destroying His creations. At once a wrenching metaphysical thriller... Read more
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CA$6.95
Hereafter Gang [Typescript; Rejection Letters; First Edition; and Proof]

Hereafter Gang [Typescript; Rejection Letters; First Edition; and Proof]

by Barrett, Neal Jr

Shingletown, CA: Mark V. Ziesing Books, 1991. This novel, set in Texas, focuses "on the churning psyche of a middle-aged man in crisis [and] turns into a sharp and garish parody of a sentimentalized small-town past over which it is easy, but dangerous, to pine."--Encyclopedia of Science Fiction. The book came out shortly after Through Darkest America, which after a 30-year writing career, seemed to be Barrett's breakout book. But the Hereafter Gang was not well received and ultimately was published by a... Read more
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$938.00
Making a Chair [and] The Rhyme Maidens: One-One-Eleven

Making a Chair [and] The Rhyme Maidens: One-One-Eleven

by Gaiman, Neil

[Toronto]: Biting Dog Press, 2012. First Edition. Broadside. Fine. Two broadsides, each roughly 11 by 15 inches. Printed letterpress in two colors with blind debossing. Making a Chair, a poem about writer's procrastination, was published in an edition of 300 copies for Gaiman's 2011 holiday greeting, with 150 for sale. The Rhyme Maiden was issued in an edition of 300 copies; the poem is about the day before Gaiman and Amanda Palmer were married. OCLC locates three copies of The Rhyme Maidens, all in... Read more
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$500.00
I Sing the Body Electric and Other Stories [Signed, Lettered]

I Sing the Body Electric and Other Stories [Signed, Lettered]

by Bradbury, Ray

(Burton, MI): Subterranean Press, 2007. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 431 pages. One of 26 lettered copies, signed by the author, with additional content not in any other edition of the book: A reproduction of an original proposed cover sketch by the author; a version of the short story 'The Kilimanjaro Device,' then called 'The Kilimanjaro Machine,' reproducing Bradbury's handwritten corrections; and a reproduction of a magazine proof of the poem 'Christus Apollo,' showing heavy corrections by... Read more
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$2,313.00
The Sorcerer's House

The Sorcerer's House

by Gene Wolfe

Tor, New York, 2010. First edition. Condition: Near fine in very good plus dust jacket. DJ has very slight edge wear.Gene Wolfe is a winner of the World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement and many other awards. In 2017 he was indicted into the Science Fiction Hall of Fame.
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CA$9.95
Homestead

Homestead

by Moore, James A

Baltimore, MD: Cemetery Dance, 2013. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. 82 pages. Signature series. One of 550 signed, numbered copies. First edition (first printing). Fine in a fine dust jacket. Signed on the limitation page.
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$25.00
Smoke and Mirrors: Screenplays, Teleplays, Stage Plays, Comic Scripts & Treatments [Signed, Lettered]

Smoke and Mirrors: Screenplays, Teleplays, Stage Plays, Comic Scripts & Treatments [Signed, Lettered]

by Chizmar, Richard (editor)

Forest Hill, MD: Cemetery Dance, 2014. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. One of 52 lettered copies signed by the contributors. Featuring original works by Neil Gaiman, William Peter Blatty, Stewart O'Nan, Frank Darabont, William F. Nolan, Joe Hill, Brian Keene & Michael Oliveri, Poppy Z. Brite, Kealan Patrick Burke, Mick Garris, Ray Garton, and Joe R. Lansdale. Just a few of the highlights include a never before seen comic script from Joe Hill; two rare teleplays from Frank Darabont; an original, never... Read more
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$1,063.00
Old Ahab's Friend, and Friend to Noah, Speaks His Piece

Old Ahab's Friend, and Friend to Noah, Speaks His Piece

by Bradbury, , Ray

[Glendale]: [Roy A. Squires], 1971. First Edition. Pamphlet. Fine. [16] pages. A long poem inspired by Herman Melville, Moby-Dick, and the Bible. One of 485 copies (the first 40 were signed by the author). First edition (first printing). A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). This is copy 93 of 485. This copy is inscribed by Bradbury to his agent, Evarts "Zig" Ziegler. "For Zig! With the friendly wishes always! of Ray Bradbury. June 1972 (Apollo Year Three)." In addition, Bradbury has inscribed the... Read more
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$313.00
Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - December 1966

Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - December 1966

by John W. Campbell (Editor)

Conde Nast, New York, 1966. First edition. Condition: Very good minus, edge and corner wear, spine has creasing, light scuffing on covers, small tear at rear cover. Slight yellowing of interior pages due to age. A well-read magazine.Includes Amazon Planet (part 1 of 3) by Mack Reynolds; The Weathermakers by Ben Bova; The Price of Simeryl by Kris Neville; The Blue-Penciled Throop by L. Edey; Under the Dragon's Tail by Philip Latham.Science Fact: Cytoplasmic Inheritance by Carl A. Larson. Reader's... Read more
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CA$3.95
Golden Apples of the Sun and Other Stories [Trade Issue]

Golden Apples of the Sun and Other Stories [Trade Issue]

by Bradbury, Ray

Burton, MI: Subterranean Press, 2008. Hardcover. Fine/Fine. The trade issue of this new edition of Bradbury's 1953 short story collection with the original contents plus two previously unpubished plays, The Fog Horn and En la Noche, reproduced from Bradbury's corrected typescript.247 pages. Fine in a fine dust jacket.
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$50.00
Bitter Seeds

Bitter Seeds

by Ian Tregillis

Tor, New York, 2012. First paperback printing. Condition: Near fine, light edge and corner wear, faint spine crease.It's 1939. The Nazis have supermen, the British have demons, and one perfectly normal man gets caught in betweenRaybould Marsh is a British secret agent in the early days of the Second World War, haunted by something strange he saw on a mission during the Spanish Civil War: a German woman with wires going into her head who looked at him as if she knew him.When the Nazis start running... Read more
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CA$4.95
Time Travelers Strictly Cash

Time Travelers Strictly Cash

by Spider Robinson

Ace Books, New York. 2nd paperback printing. Condition: Very good plus, light edge and corner wear, spine creasing and nicks at ends.The second book continuing the stories of the neighborhood tavern to all of time and space. Pull up a chair, grab a glass, and listen to stories spun by the most entertaining characters in this galaxy and beyond.
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CA$4.95
Old Ahab's Friend, and Friend to Noah, Speaks His Piece

Old Ahab's Friend, and Friend to Noah, Speaks His Piece

by Bradbury, Ray

[Glendale]: [Roy A. Squires], 1971. First Edition. Pamphlet. Fine. [16] pages. A long poem inspired by Herman Melville, Moby-Dick, and the Bible. One of 485 copies (the first 40 were signed by the author). First edition (first printing). A fine copy in wrappers (paperback). Variant with title printed in dark orange on cover. Signed by Bradbury and dated "Apollo Year 3." With the unprinted envelope; no list of publications present.
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$156.00
No Man Is An Island

No Man Is An Island

by Bradbury, Ray

Los Angeles, CA: Los Angeles Chapter of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University, 1952. First Edition. Pamphlet. Fine. 10 pages. 5 by 7 inches. The text of an address given before the annual meeting of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Women's Committee of Brandeis University on November 7, 1952. The group was funding the Brandeis Library, which explains Bradbury's opening line, "It is good to confront a group of people who are planning to build a library rather than burn one." At... Read more
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$313.00
Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - January 1968

Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - January 1968

by John W. Campbell (Editor)

Conde Nast, New York, 1968. First edition. Condition: Good, edge and corner wear, nicks and tears at spine and edges, light soiling on white area of rear cover. Slight yellowing of interior pages due to age. A well read magazine.Includes Dragonrider (Conclusion) by Anne McCaffrey; There is a Tide by R. C. FitzPatrick & Leigh Richmond; Such Stuff as Dreams by Sterling E. Lanier; ...And Cauldron Bubble! by Bruce Daniels; The System by Ben Bova.Science Fact: The Bugs That Live at -423 degrees by Joseph... Read more
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CA$6.95
Knowing Darkness: Artists Inspired by Stephen King [Traycased Edition]

Knowing Darkness: Artists Inspired by Stephen King [Traycased Edition]

by [King, Stephen] Beahm, George

Lakewood, CO: Centipede Press, 2009. First Edition. Hardcover. Fine. 448 pages plus an unpaginated volume of illustrations. 11-1/4 by 15 inches (book); 13-1/4 by 19-1/2 inches (separate illustration volume). A massive survey of more than three decades of illustration connected to Stephen King's work, including cover artists, interior spot illustrators, and artists who worked on limited editions. The book also includes interviews with several artists and commentary by Beahm.This is the traycased issue,... Read more
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$1,563.00
Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - May 1962

Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - May 1962

by John W. Campbell (Editor)

Conde Nast, New York, 1962. First edition. Condition: Good plus, edge and corner wear, spine has creasing, light scuffing on covers, light soiling on white areas of covers. Slight yellowing of interior pages due to age. A well-read magazine.Includes Anything You Can Do (part 1 of 2) by Darrel T. Langart [Randall Garrett]; . . .Nor Iron Bars by Jonathan Blake MacKenzie [Randall Garrett]; Look Before You Leap by Don Westlake; The Next Logical Step by Ben Bova; Sight Gag by Larry M. Harris [Laurence M.... Read more
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CA$3.95
By Bizarre Hands: Stories

By Bizarre Hands: Stories

by Lansdale, Joe R

Shingletown, CA: Mark Ziesing, 1989. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good/Very good. 246 pages. Introduction by Lewis Shiner. Trade issue. First edition (first printing). Very good or better in a like dust jacket. Some bumping to the corners. Signed by Lansdale on the title page.
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$25.00
The Corpse King [Uncorrected proof]

The Corpse King [Uncorrected proof]

by Curran, Tim

Baltimore, MD: Cemetery Dance, 2010. Uncorrected Proof. Trade paperback. Fine. 140 pages. Volume 21 in the publisher's novella series. A fine copy in illustrated wrappers.
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$15.00
Stephen King's Introduction to the New Re-Issue of The Poet by Michael Connelly

Stephen King's Introduction to the New Re-Issue of The Poet by Michael Connelly

by King, Stephen

New York: Little, Brown & Co, 2004. First Edition. Fine. 3 pages, stapled. In the press packet for Michael Connelly's The Narrows. This is an obscure and virtually unknown Stephen King publication that meets all the requirements for a bibliographical "A" item, meaning a publication that is a separate item and published for the first time. More on that below.Stephen King wrote an introduction for the mass market edition of Connelly's novel The Poet. This new edition of The Poet was released to tie-in... Read more
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$625.00
Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - June 1968

Analog: Science Fiction / Science Fact - June 1968

by John W. Campbell (Editor)

Conde Nast, New York, 1968. First edition. Condition: Good, edge wear and nicks, corner and spine creasing, soiling at rear cover on white background. Slight yellowing of interior pages due to age. A well-read magazine.Includes Royal Road by Christopher Anvil, Satan's World (part 2 of 4) by Poul Anderson; The Mind Reader by Robert Chilson; Duplex by Verge Foray; No Shoulder to Cry On by Hank Davis. Science Fact: It's Right Over Your Nose! by Ben Bova. Reader's Departments: The Editor's Page: Chemical... Read more
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CA$2.95