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    PULPHOUSE #11, August, Aug. 1992 by Pulphouse (Suzy McKee Charnas; Jeff VanderMeer; Peter Smith; David E. Shapiro; Mike Resnick; Lawrence Watt-Evans; Robert Walter; Dave Smeds; Barry N. Malzberg; Charles de Lint; Harlan Ellison; Jack L. Chalker; S. P. Somtow)

    Eugene, OR: Pulphouse, 1992. Vol. 1, no. 11. Edited by Dean Wesley Smith. Cover photo O'Neil De Noux. Includes "Oak and Ash" (novelette) by Suzy McKee Charnas; "Greensleves" by Jeff VanderMeer; "Turnip the Barbarian" by Peter Smith; "Another Vision of the Year 2020" by David E. Shapiro; "The Adventures of Lucifer Jones" by Mike Resnick; "When Hell Froze Over" by Lawrence Watt-Evans; "Boy on Stilts" by Robert Walter; "Foreigners" by Dave Smeds. Columns: "From the Heart's Basement" by Barry N. Malzberg; "The Eclectic Muse" by Charles de Lint; "Ask Uncle Harlan" by Harlan Ellison; "On Publishing and Personalities" by Jack L. Chalker. Novel: "Jasmine Nights" by S. P. Somtow.. SingleIssueMagazine. Near Fine.


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    Esquire: The Magazine for Men (December 1959) by Gingrich, Arnold (Publisher)

    Chicago, IL: Esquire, Inc.. A large, massive magazine with glossy pages containing 384 pages including front and rear covers. Condition: in light to moderately worn and rubbed outer covers; two closed tears to outer spine; internal pages in excellent condition. Contents include: Fiction by William Faulkner; Thomas Mann; Arthur Miller; Alberto Moravia; Wright Morris - Poetry by Emperor Hirohito - Articles by Alfred A. Knopf; Carson McCullers; Robert O'Brien; Dorothy Parker; Irwin Shaw; David Schoenbrun; Joseph Wechsberg - Art by Leslie Saalburg; John Barrymore - Satire by Robert Benton and Harvey Schmidt; Betty Comden and Adolph Green; Mikhail Zoshchenko - Plays by George Bernard Shaw; Sean O'Casey. . Good. Magazine. 1st Edition. 1959.


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    Chuck Norris - Cigar Aficionado Magazine - July / August 1998

    B01AR248SK August, 1998. Ships next day. Magazine is in very good shape, no tears, scribbles, highlighting or underlining, a little general wear, from a smoke-free environment. Items are typically shipped in a plastic bag, in a cardboard cradle, in a manila envelope. Most of my customers rave about my packaging. All US items are shipped with delivery confirmation, if you require this, please let me know. . Very Good.


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    Oakland Tribune Year Book. 1942. Oakland California and Adjacent Communities by Oakland Tribune

    Oakland, Calif.: Tribune Publishing Co., 1942. . Magazine. Staple-bound folio. 9.5 x 12 in. Cover art by Paul A. Schmitt. Includes economic data and forecasts, socioeconomic and real estate development surveys, and annual news summaries. Profiles of the captains of industry and finance. Richly illustrated, with photo reproductions. Maps, aerials, schemes, charts and graphs. Many vintage (WWII) advertisements; several in color. Very good condition.


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    The Aegis 1929 - Volume LVII : Published by the Senior Class of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.

    Dartmouth, N.H.: Senior Class of Dartmouth College, 1929. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. In green boards with gilt titles to upper board and spine. Illustrated in black and white with a few colour plates at beginning. Some water staining to lower board. Extra shipping charges may apply for this large and heavy book.


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    FANTASTIC Stories: February, Feb. 1971 ("The Shape Changer") by Fantastic (Verge Foray; Barry N. Malzberg; David Redd; Laurence Littenberg; Keith Laumer; David V. Reed; Ted White; Alexei Panshin; Fritz Leiber)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1971. Vol. 20, No. 3. Edited by Ted White. Cover art by Steve Harper. Incudes "Bowerbird" by Verge Foray; "A Soul Song to the Sad Silly Soaring Sixties" by Barry N. Malzberg; "Nancy" by David Redd; "How Elliot Met Jeanie" by Laurence Littenberg; "The Shape Changer" (pt. 2 of 2) by Keith Laumer; "The Magic Flute" (classic reprint) by David V. Reed. Features: "Editorial" by Ted White; "Science Fiction in Dimension - The Nature of Creative Fantasy" by Alexei Panshin; "Fantasy Book" by Fritz Leiber; "According to You." Illustrated by Mike Hinge, Jeff Jones, Michael Kaluta, F. Magarian, and Virgil Finlay. Rubbing; creasing; minor scuff; staple wear.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good-.


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    THRILLING WONDER Stories: October, Oct. 1940 by Thrilling Wonder (Manly Wade Wellman; Arthur K. Barnes; Kelvin Kent - aka Henry Kuttner; Robert Moore Williams; Frank Johnson - aka Oscar J. Friend; Gordon A. Giles - aka Otto Binder; Edmond Hamilton; Gerald Evans; Mort Weisinger)

    NY: Better Publications, 1940. Vol. XVII, No. 1. Pulp. [Edited by Mort Weisinger.] Cover art by Bergey for "Colossus from Space" by Frank Johnson [Oscar J. Friend]. Includes "The Worlds of Tomorrow" (novel) by Manly Wade Wellman; "Waters of Wrath" (novelet) by Arthur K. Barnes; "Man About Time" (novelet) by Kelvin Kent [Henry Kuttner]; "One Way Star Ride" by Robert Moore Williams; "Via Mercury" by Gordon A. Giles (Otto Binder); "Murder Asteroid" by Edmond Hamilton; "Upward Bound" by Gerald Evans. Features: "Science Quiz"; "Scientifacts" (article) by Mort Weisinger; "Science Questions and Answers"; "World Convention Announcement"; "Headliners in the Next Issue"; "Looking Forward - Science Fiction League News"; "The Reader Speaks"; "The Story Behind the Story" (author's letters); "The Swap Column". Illustrated by Paul, Wesso, and others. Mild tanning; 2 small cover puctures; heavy intitals on cover, otherwise excellent.. Single Issue Magazine. Near Fine.


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    FANTASTIC Stories: August, Aug. 1971 ("The Byworlder") by Fantastic (David R. Bunch; Eugene Stover; Christopher Priest; James Benford; Poul Anderson; Ross Rocklynne; Alexei Panshin; L. Sprague de Camp)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1971. Vol. 20, No. 6. Edited by Ted White. Cover art by Paula McLane for "Pulse" by James Benford. Incudes "The Joke" by David R. Bunch; "Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus" by Eugene Stover; "Sentence in Binary Code" by Christopher Priest; "The Byworlder" (pt. 2 of 2) by Poul Anderson; "The Eelectrical Butterflies" (reprint, 1942) by Ross Rocklynne. New Features: "Editorial"; "Literary Swordsmen and Sorcerers (pt. I): Eldritch Yankee Gentleman" (H. P. Lovecraft bio) by L. Sprague de Camp; "Science Fiction in Dimension - A New Paradigm: I" by Alexei Panshin; "Fantasy Books"; "According to You". Illustrated by Jeff Jones, Michael Wm. Kaluta, Mike Hinge, and Virgil Finlay. Mild tanning; creasing; a couple of short tears; mild spine staining.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good to Very Good-.


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    The Arts. Number One by Shawe-Taylor, Desmond

    London: Lund Humphries & Co. Ltd., 1946. This is a good softcover copy with some wear. Signed by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, who contributed an article. Short tear to front cover edge, crease to lower corner of cover, spine chipped at bottom. Recently de-accessioned from a small college library, but bearing just two tiny, faint handstamps to the front cover, otherwise clean inside and out. No pocket. Articles by Herbert Read, Kenneth Clark, Edward Sackville-West, Hitchcock, Shawe-Taylor and Lawrence Gowing. Cover design by John Tunnard. Illustrated in black & white and color. 12" high X 9.5" wide, 83 pages. . Original Wraps. Good.


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    ASTOUNDING Science Fiction: January, Jan. 1958 by Astounding (Frank Herbert; Murray Leinster; Pauline Ashwell - aka Paul Ash; Robert Randall - aka Randall Garrett & Robert Silverberg; Stanley Mullen)

    NY: Street & Smith, 1958. Vol. LX, No. 5. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Freas ("The Conservative" - A Christmas cover). Includes "Unwillingly to School" (short novel) by Pauline Ashwell; "All the King's Horses" (novelette) by Robert Randall (Randall Garrett & Robert Silverberg); "Cease Fire" by Frank Herbert; "Short History of World War Three" by Murray Leinster; "Guppy" by Stanley Mullen. Features: "The Editor's Page: Project: Me Too!" by John W. Campbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller; "Brass Tacks." Illustrated by Freas and van Dongen. Hinges have been glue-mended; staples are rusty and staining adjacent paper; minor edge chips.. SingleIssueMagazine. Good+ to Very Good-.


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    Grand Street #58, Vol. 15, No. 2, Fall 1996: Disguises by Sherman, Cindy; Pierre Molinier; Hannah Hoch; Kara Walker; Jean Stein

    New York: Grand Street, 1996. Paperback. First edition. Fine paperback, all inserts present. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. Edited by Jean Stein. 240 pages; color and b&w reproductions; 7.75 x 9.25 inches. Portfolios of work by Cindy Sherman, Pierre Molinier, John Waters, Hannah Hoch, Kara Walker, and Marcel Duchamp. Interview with Anjelica Huston and more.


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    FANTASTIC Stories: September, Sept. 1977 by Fantastic (Jack Dann; Parke Godwin; Richard A. Lupoff; Robert F. Young; Michael F.X. Milhaus; Darrell Schweitzer)

    NY: Ultimate Publishing, 1977. Vol. 26, No. 3. Edited by Ted White. Cover by Steve Fabian. Includes "The Islands of Time" (complete novel) by Jack Dann; "The Lady of Finnegan's Hearth" (novelet) by Parke Godwin; "The Whisperers" by Richard A. Lupoff; "Fleuve Red" by Robert F. Young; "With Good Intentions" by Michael F.X. Milhaus; "Indigestion" by Barry N. Malzberg; "Tom O'Bedlam's Night Out" by Darrell Schweitzer. Features: "Editorial"; "According to You". Illustrated by Steve Fabian, Joe Staton, Richard Olsen, and Tony Gleeson. Minor creasing; tanning.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    Fusion No 62 by Somma, Robert, Ed

    Boston, MA: New England Scene Publications, 1971. Sept 17, 1971. In this issue: The Nixon Dilemma, Jim Morrison/Louis Armstrong, McLuhan: A Progress Report. Album reviews: Pink Floyd, The Scapegoats, Carly Simon/Carol King. Book reviews by Sam Cornish, Fanny Howe, William Corbett. Very good with aging to paper.Evidently rare. 62 pp.. Soft cover. Very Good. Book.


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    ANALOG Science Fiction/ Science Fact: January, Jan. 1987 ("The Smoke Ring") by Analog (Larry Niven; W. R. Thompson; W. C. Scotten; Rick Cook; Ian Stewart)

    NY: Davis Publications, 1987. Vol.CVII, No. 1. Cover by Di Fate for "The Smoke Ring" (pt. 1 of 4) by Larry Niven. Includes "The Extremists" (novella) by W. R. Thompson; "Science Fact: The Electronic Mathematician" by Ian Stewart; "A Matter of Condensation" by W. C. Scotten; "Mortality" by Rick Cook; "Billy the Kid" by Ian Stewart; "Probability Zero: Left to Right" by Isaac Asimov. Illustrated by Di Fate, Terry Lee, Janet Aulisio, Nick Jainschigg, and Hank Jankus. Lower front foredge corner creased.. Single Issue Magazine. Very Good+.


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    Trans-action Vol 6 No 4 by Horowitz, Irving L., Ed. In Chief

    Transaction, Inc., 1969. February 1969. Cover: Appalachian Mother by Paul Conklin. In this issue (feature): The American Underclass: Red, White & Black, including articles by Michael Lipsky, Gerald D. Suttles, Thomas Kochman, Losphe L. Love, Albert L. Wahrhaftig/Robert K. Thomas and William H. Friedland. Reviews of John Hersey, Elliot Liebow, Sam Steiner. Very good minur or good plus with waterstain at top binding edge, partial split to cover at fold, stains to back cover. Nevertheless, an important issue. 64 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Good.


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    The Village Voice July 4, 2000: Susan Meiselas Carnival Strippers by Meiselas, Susan; C.Carr; Brian Finke; Tom Robbins

    New York: Village Voice Media, 2000. Tabloid. First edition, complete. Fine tabloid. BOOKS SHIP THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING, IN A BOX. The July 4, 2000, issue of The Village Voice (Vol. XLV, No. 26) with a cover story on an exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art of Susan Meiselas' Carnival Strippers work with text by C.Carr. Also in the issue: the closing down of the Brooklyn's Pacific House with photographs by Brian Finke, text by Tom Robbins; eating raw vegetables; articles on Sonic Youth, Richard Meltzer, Morton Bartlett, Ernesto Pujol, and much more. 192 pages; color and b&w illustrations throughout; 11.5 x 13.5 inches.


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    Magazine of Art, Vol. 32, no. 11, Nov. 1939 by Whiting, F. A., Jr., ed

    Washington, D.C.: The American Federation of Arts, 1939. Tall 4to. Pagination: 610-672. Many black & white illustrations. Contents: "An Eakins Exhibition" by Lloyd Goodrich; "North American Indian Art" by George C. Vaillant; "Carnegie International, 1939" by Helen Buchalter; "Perspective at Forty" by Roy Harris; "Eighth National Ceramic Exhibition" by Russell Barnett Aitken, &c. Very good; frontispiece missing.


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    ISAAC ASIMOV'S Science Fiction: December, Dec. 21, 1981 by Asimov's (Isaac Asimov; J. O. Jeppson; Martin Gardner; Avram Davidson; Valdis Augstkalns; Lee Killough; F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; F. M. Busby; P. J. MacQuarrie; Brian Aldiss; Robert Silverberg)

    NY: Davis Publications, 1981. Vol. 5, No. 13. Edited by George H. Scithers. Cover art by Broeck Steadman for "The Time-Warp Trauma" by J. O. Jeppson. Includes "Editorial: What Writers Go Through" by Isaac Asimov; "The Gongs of Ganymede" by Martin Gardner; "Adventures in Unhistory: The Secret of Hyperborea" by Avram Davidson; "The Santa Clone Interview" by Valdis Augstkalns; "The Jarabon" by Lee Killough; "Improbable Bestiary: The Thing in the Jar" by F. Gwynplaine MacIntyre; "Wrong Number" by F. M. Busby; "Packing Up" by P. J. MacQuarrie; "End Game" by Brian Aldiss; "The SF Conventional Calendar" by Erwin S. Strauss; "A Thief in Ni-Moya" by Robert Silverberg. Illustrated by Tim Kirk, Jack Gaughan, Artifact, George Barr, Alex Schomburg, and Janet Aulisio.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+ to Near Fine.


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    Art and Artists of Today magazine : Volume 1, Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 : 1937

    New York: Art and Artists of Today, 1937. Soft cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. Five issues of the very rare magazine "Art and Artists of Today." Vol. 1: No. 2 May 1937; No. 3 September-October 1937; No. 4 November-December 1937; No. 5 February-March 1938; No. 6 June-July 1938. Some light wear around edges of wraps and minor splitting of spines, text blocks fine.


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    The Magazine of FANTASY AND SCIENCE FICTION (F&SF): March, Mar. 1955 by F&SF (Raymond E. Banks; Robert Bloch; Avram Davidson; Frank Quattrocchi; Frank Gruber; Idris Seabright; E. C. Hornsby; James Blish; Poul Anderson & Gordon R. Dickson; Winona McClintic; Fredric Brown; John Anthony)

    NY: Fantasy House, 1955. Vol. 8, No. 3. Cover art by Nicholas Solovioff ("Hostile Planet"). Includes "The Short Ones" by Raymond E. Banks; "I Do Not Love Thee, Dr. Fell" by Robert Bloch; "The Golem" by Avram Davidson; "He Had a Big Heart" by Frank Quattrocchi; "The Thirteenth Floor" by Frank Gruber; "Chnage the Sky" Idris Seabright (Margaret St. Clair); "Overlooked" by E. C. Hornsby; "The Book of Your Life" by James Blish; "Yo Ho Hoka!" (short novelet) by Poul Anderson & Gordon R. Dickson; "Doctrine of Original Design" (verse) by Winona McClintic; "Millennium" by Fredric Brown; "The Bone That Seeks" by John Anthony. Tanning.. SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    GALAXY Science Fiction: August, Aug. 1968 ("A Spectre Is Haunting Texas") by Galaxy (Mack Reynolds; Damon Knight; Fritz Leiber; Robert Silverberg; Burt Filer; E. G. Von Wald; Willy Ley)

    NY: Galaxy, 1968. Vol. 27, No. 1. Edited by Frederik Pohl. Cover art by Vaughn Bode for "Going Down Smooth" by Robert Silverberg. Includes "Among the Bad Baboons" (novelette) by Mack Reynolds; "The Star Below" (novelette) by Damon Knight; "A Spectre is Haunting Texas" (pt. 2 of 3) by Fritz Leiber; "The Time Travlers" by Burt Filer; "Hemeac" by E. G. von Wald. Science Department: "For Your Information: In Australia, The Rain. . ." by Willy Ley. Departments: 'Editorial: Tony Boucher"; "Galaxy Bookshelf" by Algis Budrys; "Galaxy's Stars". Illustrated by Bode, Brock, Gaughan, Adkins, and Wehrle. Tanning; minor thump marks on cover... SingleIssueMagazine. Very Good+.


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    THRUST Science Fiction in Review: No. 31, Fall 1988 by Thrust (Michael Bishop; George Alec Effinger; Charles Platt; Philip K. Dick; Kim Stanley Robinson; David Langford; William Forstchen)

    Gaithersburg, MD: Thrust Publications Cover by C. Lee Healy. Includes "Impulse: Editorial" by Doug Fratz; ""First Novel, Seventh Novel: A Funeral for the Eyes of Fire" by Michael Bishop; "Caviary" by George Alec Effinger; "News From The Ghetto: Two Kinds of Censorship" by Charles Platt; "An Afterword to Philip K. Dick's Valis" by Kim Stanley Robinson; "The Trillion-Year Sneer" by David Langford; "Interview: William Forstchen" by Jean Ann Pollard; "Reviews; Books, Etc." by Michael Bishop, Doug Fratz, Eugene Lin, Andrew Andrews, Pascal J. Thomas, Dean R. Lambe, David Pettus, and Sharon E. Martin; "Counterthrusts: Letters" by Neal Wilgus, Lawrence Watt-Evans, J. C. Davis, Martin Morse Wooster, and Jessica Amanda Salmonson. Illustrated by Mike Wright, Rodney Marchetti, Alfred Klosterman, Gary Davis, J. A. Pollard (photo), and Dan Steffan. Rubbing; cover erasure.. Wraps. Very Good to Near Fine.


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    Amazing Heroes No 11 by Thompson, Kim, Ed

    Stamford, CT: Redbeard, Inc, 1982. May 1982. Special Horror Heroes Issue, with an interview with Marv Wolfman, A History of The Swamp Thing, Star Wars strips by Archie Goodwin and Al Williamson, James Warren and Creepy. Very good minus with crease to cover at bottom foreedge, chip to cover at top foreedge, aging to paper. 66 pp.. 1st Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.


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    Art and Archaeology: An Illustrated Magazine Volume VI October 1917

    Washington, DC: The Archaeological Institute of America, 1917. Staple bound publication with wear to spine and covers and light soil on the covers. Back cover pulled away from staples. Black and white illustrations and plates. Contents include: The Story of Three Greek Coins by George Edwin Howes; On the Via Appia by Clarence Stratton; The Appian Way from Rome to Formia by Katharine Allen and Reading into Tempe by Edwina Stanton Babcock. Also many vintage advertisements for W & J Sloane, Town & Country. Thanks for shopping with us. 100% of your purchase benefits charity and supports literacy and life-long learning.. Magazine. Good/No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.


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