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ASTORIA, OR ANECDOTES OF AN ENTERPRISE BEYOND THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS: COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME
ASTORIA, OR ANECDOTES OF AN ENTERPRISE BEYOND THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS: COMPLETE IN ONE VOLUME
Irving, Washington
New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1886.

In the year 1810, John Jacob Astor organized two expeditions, one by sea, the other by land, to the mouth of the Columbia River, where he hoped to establish the capital of a vast and far flung trade empire based on furs. See, Howes, I-81; Graff, 2158; and Tweney, 34. 649 pages. Bound in original brown cloth with spine lettering stamped in gilt. Bookplate on the front paste-down endpaper. Tiny spots of light mottling. A very good plus copy.


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BRANCH LINE REPORT; REPORT ON BRANCH LINES OF THE DENVER AND RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY, 1938
BRANCH LINE REPORT; REPORT ON BRANCH LINES OF THE DENVER AND RIO GRANDE WESTERN RAILROAD COMPANY, 1938
Golden, CO: Colorado Railroad Museum/Denver and Rio Grande Western, 2001.

A reproduction of the 1938 408 page report with maps, two folded and in color. All except two of the branches remain today. Issued unbound but now each printed sheet within a vinyl sleeve in a three ring vinyl binder. A fine, as new copy.


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CORONA TELEGRAPH, "THE MOFFAT ROAD:" ISSUES 1 THROUGH 33
CORONA TELEGRAPH, "THE MOFFAT ROAD:" ISSUES 1 THROUGH 33
Brighton, CO: Denver & Salt Lake Historical Society [Winter 1998 through February 2016], 1998.

Thirty-three issues of the Corona Telegraph, with history of the D&SL, numerous photographs, maps, models, ads, etc. All issues as new. A fine and bright set.


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THE JOHN COLLIER READER
THE JOHN COLLIER READER
Collier, John
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1972.

"47 rapier-pointed tales of fate, evil, and retribution from one of the finest story tellers of our time, together with the full text of his imcomparable novel, His Monkey Wife." Tiny bump to one corner, else fine in fine and bright dust jacket with short corner crease to the front flap.


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HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; LOS ANGELES, 1890
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; LOS ANGELES, 1890
Los Angeles, CA: Historical Society of Southern California, 1890.

51 pages. Number on the upper left corner of the front cover. A very good unread copy with the pages unopened.


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HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; LOS ANGELES, 1890
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA; LOS ANGELES, 1890
Los Angeles, CA: Historical Society of Southern California, 1890.

51 pages. A very good plus unread copy with the pages unopened.


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HISTORY OF SOUTHERN OREGON, COMPRISING JACKSON, JOSEPHINE, DOUGLAS, CURRY AND COOS COUNTIES, COMPILED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES
HISTORY OF SOUTHERN OREGON, COMPRISING JACKSON, JOSEPHINE, DOUGLAS, CURRY AND COOS COUNTIES, COMPILED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES
Walling, A[lbert] G.
Portland, OR: A.G. Walling, 1884.

545 pages of an early history of Southern Oregon with portrait engravings of contributors and views of landmark homes, some of which still exist, and county maps. Smith; Pacific Northwest Americana 10706. Bound in original three quarter black leather over black pebbled cloth covered boards with lettering and rule stamped in gilt with original tannish flowered endpapers. All edges of the text block stained in red. Repaired interior hinges. A very good copy.


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THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME XXVII & XXVIII; HISTORY OF THE NORTHWEST COAST, VOL. I, 1543-1800, & VOL. II, 1800-1846
THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME XXVII & XXVIII; HISTORY OF THE NORTHWEST COAST, VOL. I, 1543-1800, & VOL. II, 1800-1846
Bancroft, Hubert Howe
San Francisco: A.L. Bancroft & Company, 1884.

Volumes 1 & 2, complete. 703 and 768 pages respectively. Small foldout map. Bound in original bround cloth with lettering on the spine in gilt and border and design on the covers stamped in blind. Apparent removal of labels from the lower spines. Spine ends professionally repaired. A very good uniform set.


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BURLINGTON BULLETIN; APRIL 2001, NO. 38; SNOWPLOWS
BURLINGTON BULLETIN; APRIL 2001, NO. 38; SNOWPLOWS
Wagner, Hol, editor
La Grange, IL: Burlington Route Historical Society, 2001.

120 pages, including covers, with numerous photographs, a few in color, diagrams, and maps. Features steam locomotives and early diesels. A fine and bright copy.


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BURLINGTON BULLETIN; APRIL 2002, NO. 41; Q537, THE STORY OF A NARROW GAUGE CONSOLIDATION
BURLINGTON BULLETIN; APRIL 2002, NO. 41; Q537, THE STORY OF A NARROW GAUGE CONSOLIDATION
Wagner, Hol, editor
La Grange, IL: Burlington Route Historical Society, 2002.

92 pages, including covers, with numerous photographs, diagrams, and maps. A fine and bright copy.


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WEIRD TALES; WINTER 1985, VOLUME 49, NUMBER 2
WEIRD TALES; WINTER 1985, VOLUME 49, NUMBER 2
Garb, Gordon M.D., editor
Los Angeles: Bellrophon Network, Inc./Brian L. Forbes, 1985.

Short stories by Robert Bloch, Steve Rasnic Tem, William F.Temple, Stanton A. Coblentz, A.E. van Vogt, J.N. Williamson, John Wyndham, Steve Perry and others. Few copies were printed; reports vary between 1,500 and 2,300 in total and rumor has it that only a few hundred made it to distributors and the public. A very scarce Weird Tales. From the collection of Steve Rasnic Tem. A fine and bright, as new copy.


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MILE HIGH FUTURES; NOVEMBER 1985, VOL. 3, NO. 11
MILE HIGH FUTURES; NOVEMBER 1985, VOL. 3, NO. 11
Harper, Leanne C., editor
Denver, CO: Mile High Comics, 1985.

Special issue: letter S of 26 lettered copies with special limitation sheet tipped onto the rear cover signed by the creator, Edward Bryant, the illustrator, Leanne C. Harper, the plate designer, Carol Kimball, and the writers Connie Willis, Dan Simmons, and Steve Rasnic Tem. From Tem's collection. Inscribed card from Ed Bryant to the Tems laid in. 55 pages with articles and ads. A fine and bright unread copy.


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MILE HIGH FUTURES; NOVEMBER 1985, VOL. 3, NO. 11
MILE HIGH FUTURES; NOVEMBER 1985, VOL. 3, NO. 11
Harper, Leanne C., editor
Denver, CO: Mile High Comics, 1985.

Special issue: number 137 of 200 copies with special limitation sheet tipped onto the rear cover signed by the creator, Edward Bryant, the illustrator, Leanne C. Harper, the plate designer, Carol Kimball, and the writers Connie Willis, Dan Simmons, and Steve Rasnic Tem. From Tem's collection. 55 pages with articles and ads. A fine and bright unread copy.


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MILE HIGH FUTURES; NOVEMBER 1985, VOL. 3, NO. 11
MILE HIGH FUTURES; NOVEMBER 1985, VOL. 3, NO. 11
Harper, Leanne C., editor
Denver, CO: Mile High Comics, 1985.

Special issue: number 132 of 200 copies with special limitation sheet tipped onto the rear cover signed by the creator, Edward Bryant, the illustrator, Leanne C. Harper, the plate designer, Carol Kimball, and the writers Connie Willis, Dan Simmons, and Steve Rasnic Tem. From Tem's collection. 55 pages with articles and ads. A fine and bright unread copy.


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ROUTE 2
ROUTE 2
Erdrich, Louise, and Michael Dorris
Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1991.

Number 81 of 275 numbered copies signed by Erdrich and Dorris on the half-title page. Bound in red cloth with lettering and illustration stamped in black. Several small light splashes on the rear cover, else a fine copy, issued without dust jacket.


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THE SAINT MAGAZINE, COLLECTOR'S EDITION; JUNE 1984, VOL. 1, NO. 1
THE SAINT MAGAZINE, COLLECTOR'S EDITION; JUNE 1984, VOL. 1, NO. 1
Charteris, Leslie [John Ball, editor]
Costa Mesa, CA: Halo Publications, 1984.

Each article or story signed or inscribed by the contributors to Steve Rasnic Tem; Leslie Charteris, Joe L. Hensley, J.F. Peirce, H.R.F. Keating, Ray Bradbury, Christianna Brand, Steve Rasnic Tem, John Lutz, Bob Snow, John Ball, Paul Bishop, Evan Maxwell, Ann Maxwell [A.E. Maxwell], Francis M. Nevins, John Dalmas, and Geoffrey Osborne. From Steve Rasnic Tem's collection. 162 pages. A fine and bright unread copy.


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HISTORY OF SOUTHERN OREGON, COMPRISING JACKSON, JOSEPHINE, DOUGLAS, CURRY AND COOS COUNTIES, COMPILED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES
HISTORY OF SOUTHERN OREGON, COMPRISING JACKSON, JOSEPHINE, DOUGLAS, CURRY AND COOS COUNTIES, COMPILED FROM THE MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES
Walling, A[lbert] G.
Portland, OR: A.G. Walling, 1884.

545 pages of an early history of Southern Oregon with portrait engravings of contributors and views of landmark homes, some of which still exist, and county maps. Smith; Pacific Northwest Americana 10706. Bound in original three quarter black leather over black pebbled cloth covered boards with lettering and rule stamped in gilt with original tannish flowered endpapers. All edges of the text block stained in red. Professionally repaired hinges with new headbands. A near fine, exceptional copy not often found in such gorgeous condition.


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SONGS OF A DEAD DREAMER
SONGS OF A DEAD DREAMER
Ligotti, Thomas
Albuquerque, NM: Silver Scarab Press, 1985.

Ligotti's first book, limited to 300 copies. Introduction by Ramsey Campbell. From the collection of Steve Rasnic Tem with his signature on the reverse of the front cover. A fine copy.


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SPIES, THUMBSUCKERS, ETC.
SPIES, THUMBSUCKERS, ETC.
Thomas, Ross
Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1989.

Presentation copy signed by Thomas on the half-title page. Bound in quarter green cloth over patterned paper covered boards. A fine copy, issued without dust jacket.


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THE BALLAD OF BETA-2
THE BALLAD OF BETA-2
Delany, Samuel R.
Boston, MA: Gregg Press, 1977.

New introduction by David G. Hartwll. Frontis illustrated by Richard Powers. A fine copy, issued without dust jacket.


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EMPIRE STAR
EMPIRE STAR
Delany, Samuel R.
Boston, MA: Gregg Press, 1977.

New introduction by David G. Hartwll. Frontis illustrated by Richard Powers. A fine copy, issued without dust jacket.


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ALYX
ALYX
Russ, Joanna
Boston, MA: Gregg Press, 1976.

New introduction by Samuel R. Delany. Frontis illustrated by Richard Powers. 412 copies of the first printing published. [per Lloyd Currey] A fine copy, issued without dust jacket.


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DREADFUL SANCTUARY
DREADFUL SANCTUARY
Russell, Eric Frank
Shelton, CT; no publication da: First Edition Library [Fantasy Press],

Publisher's short author biography and printing history card laid in. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within a fine slipcase. An as new copy.


Price: $85.00
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GRAY [GREY] LENSMAN
GRAY [GREY] LENSMAN
Smith, Edward E., Ph.D
Shelton, CT; no publication da: First Edition Library [Fantasy Press],

One of the classic series of science fiction. Originally published in 1951 by Fantasy Press. Barron: Anatomy of Wonder 4, 3-13. Publisher's short author biography and printing history card laid in. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within a fine slipcase. An as new copy.


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THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE
THE CLOCK STRIKES TWELVE
Wakefield, H.R.
Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1946.

Collects eighteen of Wakefield's stories. 4040 copies printed. Jaffrey; The Arkham House Companion, #22. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket


Price: $175.00
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DREAMS OF DARK AND LIGHT; THE GREAT SHORT FICTION OF TANITH LEE
DREAMS OF DARK AND LIGHT; THE GREAT SHORT FICTION OF TANITH LEE
Lee, Tanith
Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1986.

Collects twenty-three of Lee's stories. Forword by Rosemary Hawley Jarman. 3957 copies printed. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket with one lightly toned area from apparent sticker removal from the rear panel.


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STRANGE HARVEST
STRANGE HARVEST
Wandrei, Donald
Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1965.

Signed by Wandrei on the front free endpaper. 2000 copies published. Jaffrey, The Arkham House Companion, #92. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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I, ROBOT
I, ROBOT
Asimov, Isaac
Shelton, CT; no publication da: First Edition Library [Gnome Press],

One of the classics of science fiction, recently made into a movie. Originally published in 1950 by Gnome Press. Barron: Anatomy of Wonder 4, 3-13. Introduces Asimov's "three laws of robotics." Publisher's short author biography and printing history card laid in. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within a fine slipcase. An as new copy.


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THE SOWERS OF THE THUNDER
THE SOWERS OF THE THUNDER
Howard, Robert E.
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1973.

Collects the four stories, "The Lion of Tiberias," "The Sowers of the Thunder," "Lord of Samarcand" and "The Shadow of the Vulture." 2509 copies printed. Almost every page with a Roy G. Krenkle illustration. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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GOD EMPEROR OF DUNE
GOD EMPEROR OF DUNE
Herbert, Frank
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1981.

The fourth novel in the Dune series. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket.


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TO QUEBEC AND THE STARS
TO QUEBEC AND THE STARS
Lovecraft, H.P.. L. Sprague de Camp, editor
West Kingston, RI: Donald M. Grant, Publisher, 1976.

A collection of Lovecraft's essays, some published here for the first time. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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TARZAN OF THE APES
TARZAN OF THE APES
Burroughs, Edgar Rice
Shelton, CT: First Edition Library [about 1998],

Zeuschner 731. Facsimile reprint of the 1914 McClurg first edition. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, within like slipcase. As new.


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THE TELZEY TOY
THE TELZEY TOY
Schmitz, James H.
London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1976.

The second volume in the Telzey Trilogy. "Light, humorous adventure of Telzey Amberdon." Referenced in Barron; Anatomy of Wonder 3, 3-328. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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MYSTIC VOICES; BEING EXPERIENCES OF THE REV. PHILIP RIVERS PATER,SQUIRE AND PRIEST 1834-1913
MYSTIC VOICES; BEING EXPERIENCES OF THE REV. PHILIP RIVERS PATER,SQUIRE AND PRIEST 1834-1913
Pater, Roger
London: Burns Oates and Washbourne, Ltd., 1923.

Collects fourteen curious experiences. Bleiler; The Checklist of Fantastic Literature, pg. 219. Bound in dark blue cloth with lettering and shield stamped in gilt. A few spots of light foxing on the initial pages.


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A PAD IN THE STRAW
A PAD IN THE STRAW
Woodforde, Christopher
London: J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd., 1952.

A collection of twenty eerie stories. Bound in original green cloth with lettering on the spine in gilt. Previous owner's neat name and date on the front free endpaper. Very good plus in very good dust jacket with small chip at the base of the spine panel.


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THE TRAVELLING GRAVE AND OTHER STORIES
THE TRAVELLING GRAVE AND OTHER STORIES
Hartley, L.P.
Sauk City, WI: Arkham House Publishers, 1948.

2047 copies printed. Collects 12 stories. Jaffery, The Arkham House Companion, #31. See Barron, Horror Literature 4-137. Bound in original black cloth. Light toning to the text block edges. Very good plus in very good dust jacket with mild toning and very light wear at the spine panel ends.


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THE UNIVERSE AGAINST HER
THE UNIVERSE AGAINST HER
Schmitz, James H.
Boston, MA: Gregg Press, 1981.

The first book in the "Telzey Amberdon" trilogy. New introduction by Bob Mecoy. Barron; Anatomy of Wonder 1987, 3-328. Folded review sheet laid in. A fine copy, issued without dust jacket.


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THE FEASTING DEAD
THE FEASTING DEAD
Metcalfe, John
Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 1954.

1242 copies printed. Barron, Horror Literature 4-236. Bookplate on the front paste-down endpaper mostly hiddent under the dust jacket flap. Fine in fine dust jacket with light toning to the rear panel and one tiny tear.


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THE JEWELS OF APTOR
THE JEWELS OF APTOR
Delany, Samuel R.
London: Victor Gollancz, Inc., 1968.

Delany's first book. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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BABEL-17
BABEL-17
Delany, Samuel R.
London: Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1967.

Nebula Award co-winner, 1966. "Clever, colorful, and highly original." Referenced in Barron; Anatomy of Wonder 4, *4-126. Fine in near fine, bright dust jacket, with printed wrapper band as issued.


Price: $800.00
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THE HOLLOW MAN
THE HOLLOW MAN
Simmons, Dan
Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1992.

Number 451 of 500 numbered copies signed by Simmons. Bound in brown quarter cloth over patterned paper covered boards. A fine copy, issued without dust jacket, within the publisher's fine slipcase.


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CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT
CHILDREN OF THE NIGHT
Simmons, Dan
Northridge, CA: Lord John Press, 1992.

Presentation Copy of the 500 limited issue signed by Simmons. Quarter bound in black cloth over moon patterned paper covered boards. A fine copy, issued without dust jacket, housed withing the publisher's fine slipcase.


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BEST NEW HORROR #26
BEST NEW HORROR #26
Jones, Stephen, editor
Homesea, UK: PS Publishing, 2018.

Special signed edition, the limited issue, left unnumbered but with PC [Presentation Copy] in place of a number. These copies were given to the story contributors. An anthology collecting twenty-two stories. The signators on the two special signature pages are; Steve Rasnic Tem, From the collection of Steve Rasnic Tem, Kristi DeMeester, Dennis Etchison, Richard Gavin, J.T. Glover, Glen Hirshberg, Brian Hodge, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Richard Christian Matheson, Angela Slatter, Darren Speegle, Michael Marshall Smith, Stephen Jones, Peter Bell, Alison Littlewood, Maura HcHugh, Kim Newman, Reggie Oliver, Lynda E. Rucker, Mark Samuels, Lisa Tuttle, Mark Valentine, and Stephen Volk. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, housed within the publisher's illustrated slipcase.


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BEST NEW HORROR #26
BEST NEW HORROR #26
Jones, Stephen, editor
Homesea, UK: PS Publishing, 2015.

Special signed edition, the limited issue, left unnumbered but with Steve Tem's name in place of a number. A contributor's copy.. An anthology collecting twenty stories. The signators on the two special signature pages are; Steve Rasnic Tem, Dale Bailey Nathan Ballingrud, Dennis Etchison, Richard Gavin, Angela Slatter, Clint Smith, Peter Straub, Simon Strantzas, Ian Tregillis, Ron Weighell, Stephen Jones, Ramsey Campbell, Derek John Rebecca Lloyd, Helen Marshal, Kim Newman, Robert Shearman, Lavie Tidhar, Somon Kurt Unsworth, and Stephen Volk. From the collection of Steve Rasnic Tem. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket, housed within the publisher's illustrated slipcase.


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OUT OF THE DARK; A STORYBOOK OF HORRORS
OUT OF THE DARK; A STORYBOOK OF HORRORS
Tem, Steve Rasnic
Lakewood, CO: Centipede Press, 2016.

This is the contributor's copy numbered VIII of XX copies signed on the special limitation page by Steve Rasnic Tem, the illustrator Jérémy Huet and by the dust jacket illustrator, Christopher Conn Askew. Collects seventy-three stories, or there-abouts. From the collection of Steve Rasnic Tem. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket. An as new copy.


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MY PRETTY PONY
MY PRETTY PONY
King, Stephen, and Barbara Kruger
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc./ Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989.

A fine copy, issued without dust jacket, within the publisher's slipcase.


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HORROR; 100 BEST BOOKS
HORROR; 100 BEST BOOKS
Jones, Stephen, and Kim Newman, editors
London: Xanadu Publications Limited, 1988.

Number 163 of 300 copies signed by Jones and Newman on the title page, and forty-two contributor signatures on the front and reverse of the front free endpaper; Steve Rasnic Tem, Dan Simmons, Forrest Ackerman, Dennis Etchison, Ramsey Campbell, Ed Bryant, Thomas Monateleone, Les Daniels, David Hartwell, and a host of others. Reviews of 100 horror books by other authors. From the collection of Steve Rasnic Tem. A fine copy, issued in a fine, clear vinyl dust jacket.


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NIGHT DOGS
NIGHT DOGS
Anderson, Kent
Tucson, AZ: Dennis McMillan Publications, 1996.

Trade issue. Signed by Anderson on the title page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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WILLEFORD
WILLEFORD
Herron, Don
Tucson, AZ: Dennis McMillan Publications, 1997.

Trade issue. Signed by Herron on the title page. Fine in fine and bright dust jacket.


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SLEEP NO MORE; TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF HORROR FOR THE CONNOISSEUR
SLEEP NO MORE; TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF HORROR FOR THE CONNOISSEUR
Derleth, August, editor
New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1944.

Inscribed by Derleth on the front free endpaper; "For Eugene Benefiel, with the hope that he may spend and uneasy hour or two. Sincerely, August Derleth." An anthology of collecting twenty stories. The authors include M.R. James, Algernon Blackwood, Clark Ashton Smith, Howard Wandrei, H.R. Wakefield, John Collier, Robert Bloch, M.P. Shiel, Car Jacobi, Robert W. Chambers, Robert E. Howard, Frank Belknap Long, H.P. Lovecraft, and others. Wonderful illustrations by Coye. Bound in original red/brown cloth. A very good plus copy of the first printing [publisher's slug on the copyright page], in very good dust jacket with faded spine panel, a few tiny edge chips and several tears.


Price: $195.00
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