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A Midwinter Entertainment., Beech,  Mark (ed.)
1 Beech, Mark (ed.)A Midwinter Entertainment. 41773
Egaeus Press: UK. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Anthology: including a brand new Connoisseur tale by Mark Valentine & John Howard, a smattering of rarely collected obscurities, a couple of never before translated artefacts and much more. 286 pages: Contents: Meet Me at the Frost Fair by Alison Littlewood, The Monkey & Basil Holderness by Vincent O’Sullivan, A Matter of Fact by Marion Fox, The Ruddy-Cheeked Boy (A Tale in Homage to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘The Snow-Image’) by Sheryl Humphrey, Drebbel, Zander & Zervan by Ron Weighell, Second Master by Mark Valentine, Window Widows by Avalon Brantley, The Secret by Anatole Le Braz (first English translation, by George Berguño), The Longing for Which by Sara Rich, Barefoot Withouten Shoon by Tina Rath, A Winter’s Night by Arthur Symons, How Shall Dead Men Sing? (The Supernatural Affair of Lord Alfred Douglas & Oscar Wilde) by Nina Antonia, Better Than Borley Rectory by Jane Fox, The Harmony of Death (A Pianist's Most Terrible Experience) by Havelock Ettrick, Il va neiger... by Francis Jammes (first English translation, by George Berguño), The Celestial Tobacconist by Mark Valentine & John Howard, Finvarragh by Nora Hopper, From the Mouth of Mad Pratt by Ross Smeltzer, In St. James’s Park by Hubert Crackanthorpe, Aut Diabolus Aut Nihil by X.L. and Somewhere Snow by Jonathan Wood. 400 copies printed.

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Murder Ballads., Beech,  Mark (ed.)
2 Beech, Mark (ed.)Murder Ballads. 41991
Egaeus Press: UK. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
386 pages: ''a collection of seventeen dark tales & novellas, in which some of today’s finest weird story writers provide previously unpublished work inspired by traditional murder ballads. The results are sometimes enigmatic, sometimes witty, sometimes desperately grim; just like the songs they often appear to belong outside - either before or after - recorded time, in some malleable epoch of blood-drenched mythology. They channel not only these ballads, but also that certain brand of outmoded publication which once revelled so joyfully in all manner of luridness; publications such as The Newgate Calendar, The Illustrated Police News and of course the Victorian Penny Dreadful'' Illustrated with reclaimed images from the original sources''. Contents: Twa Sisters, Ane Swan by Avalon Brantley, The Ballad Box by Alison Littlewood, And Yet Speaketh by Timothy J. Jarvis, Heaven’s Nightblooming Garden by Helen Marshall, The Baby Farmer by Philip Fracassi, The Sweet Princess Prized by Brendan Connell, Black Wedding: A Footnote by Louis Marvick, The Heart is a Mirror for Sinners by Angela Slatter, The Vampyre Trap by Reggie Oliver, The Kink of Human Mildness by Rhys Hughes, In Scarlet Town by Rosanne Rabinowitz, We’ll Never Know by Daniel Mills, Something Close to Grace by Lisa L. Hannett, Out of Bounds by Stephen J. Clark, Old Maid by Colin Insole, os cithara by Charles Schneider and Through Flame and Fume by Albert Power. 350 numbered copies printed.

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The House Of Silence (170 numbered copies + booklet)., Brantley,  Avalon
3 Brantley, AvalonThe House Of Silence (170 numbered copies + booklet). 42305
Zagava: Germany. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Weird novel: 286 pages. LIMITED EDITION: 196 copies printed in total of which this is one of 170 numbered copies. Also laid in ''Analogies And The Shock Of Reality: R.I.P. Avalon Brantley (1981-2017)'' by Alcebiades Dinis, an eight-page obituary to the author who dies shortly before this book was published.

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Muladona., Carlson,  Eric Sterner
4 Carlson, Eric SternerMuladona. 40646
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Supernatural Southern Gothic horror novel set in Texas at the end of WW2.

''1918. In the dying days of World War I, the Spanish Flu devastates the small town of Incarnation, Texas. The sheriff closes the church and quarantines the dying in the schoolhouse. The townsfolk huddle alone in their houses to avoid infection. Each new day brings fresh corpses. But something worse than the flu is coming. Verge Strömberg, son of the domineering town pastor, is a sickly boy who lives in a world of books. His mother disappeared when he was seven, his older brother ran away. Now his father leaves him to tend a church in another county. That’s when the Muladona begins to visit him. Every night, the Muladona, a doomed soul transformed into the Devil’s mule, visits Verge and forces him to listen to a horrific tale. Each night, as Verge huddles under his bed sheets, the monster’s supernatural tales tear his soul apart. Verge’s search for the demonic creature’s true identity leads him through the dark history of Incarnation, from the murder of the Indians by the Spanish settlers, to the disappearance of his mother. In the end, Verge will have to confront the Muladona alone to rescue the memory of his mother and to save his immortal soul''.


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When The Bat Man Thirsts And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Frederick C. Davis., Davis,  Frederick C.
5 Davis, Frederick C.When The Bat Man Thirsts And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Frederick C. Davis. 09123
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #35. Reprints eight stories from the 1930s pulp magazines, with a new introduction by series editor John Pelan. LIMITED EDITION: 100 copy hardcover edition with special tipped-in limitation sheet signed and numbered by John Pelan.

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Tree Of Life, Book Of Death: The Treasures Of Grania Davis., Davis,  Grania
6 Davis, GraniaTree Of Life, Book Of Death: The Treasures Of Grania Davis. 37907
Ramble House/Surinam Turtle Press. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
280 pages: collects fifteenn of the author's sf and fantasy stories (several written in collaboration with Avram Davidson), with a 28-page introduction by the author.

Fine (as new) copy.

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Old Faithful And Other Stories: The Best Of Raymond Z. Gallun Volume 1., Gallun,  Raymond Z.
7 Gallun, Raymond Z.Old Faithful And Other Stories: The Best Of Raymond Z. Gallun Volume 1. 42133
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collection of SF stories, first published in the pulp magazines 1934-1951: edited and with an introduction by series editor John Pelan. Dancing Tuatara Press SF Series no 6.

''his style was rough-hewn, but he plotted his work with vigour and packed it with ideas, often decidedly original: from a very early date, many of his stories show an interest in biology and genetic engineering not widely shared by his contemporaries. He became inactive in the 1940s and, though he published further work from about 1950, he never regained the popularity of his early years. Gallun was a writer - along with Edmond Hamilton and Stanley G Weinbaum - whose writing reflected the expectations of magazine readers of the early 1930s; and like Hamilton (Weinbaum died early) his development after 1945 was tied, for good and for ill, to those early days'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Barking Dogs., Green,  Terence M.
8 Green, Terence M.Barking Dogs. 26991
St. Martin's Press: NY. 1988.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
SF novel.

''Canadian teacher and writer who began publishing work of genre interest with ''Of Children in the Foliage''; the story was gathered with further lean and subtle tales in The Woman who is the Midnight Wind (coll 1987). In his short fiction Green, like many Canadian writers, tenders a vision which might be called melancholy humanism. His first novel, BARKING DOGS (1988 US), on the other hand, opens that vision out but, to do so, forcibly transforms Toronto into a mean-streets venue suitable for displays of high-tech weaponry displays by a vengeful cop. In Children of the Rainbow (1992) a descendant of the Bounty mutineers undergoes time-travel stress and imprisonment'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF).


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Brutal Pantomimes., Hughes,  Rhys
9 Hughes, RhysBrutal Pantomimes. 40444
Egaeus Press: UK. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
254 pages: collects ten weird stories (three previously published, seven original to this collection), with an introduction by Michael Cisco. Limited to 300 unnumbered hardcover copies.

Fine copy in pictorial boards, as issued without dustjacket (as new).

Price: 32.00 GBP
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The Felicity Of Epigones., John,  Derek
10 John, DerekThe Felicity Of Epigones. 40702
Egaeus Press: UK. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Small-sized hardcover. Collects six stories, five previously only available in small-press magazines/publications, and one, ''Cosmogony Of Desire'', original to this collection. Limited to 275 hardcover copies.

Fine copy as issued without dustjacket (as new).

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Gentlemen In Hades: The Story of a Damned Debutante., Kummer,  Frederic Arnold
11 Kummer, Frederic ArnoldGentlemen In Hades: The Story of a Damned Debutante. 03769
Sears Publishing Co.: NY. 1930.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
In: The Checklist Of Supernatural Fiction (Bleiler) p. 116.

Good reading copy only.

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This Spectacular Darkness: Critical Essays., Lane,  Joel
12 Lane, JoelThis Spectacular Darkness: Critical Essays. 41788
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
338 pages: edited by Mark Valentine and John Howard. Foreword by Mark Valentine. Collects Joel Lane's essays written for Wormwood magazine (including pieces on Theodore Sturgeon, Harlan Ellison, Cornell Woolrich, Fritz Leiber, Thomas Ligotti, Ramsey Campbell, H. P. Lovecraft and Ramsey Campbell), plus other essays from other publications (including pieces on Robert Bloch, The Cthulhu Mythos, Ramsey Campbell and Robert Aickman), plus appeciations of Joel Lane's own fiction and poetry by both editors, Nina Allan and Matt Joiner. 300 hardcover copies printed.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Reminiscences Of A Batchelor., Le Fanu,  J. Sheridan
13 Le Fanu, J. SheridanReminiscences Of A Batchelor. 37902
The Swan Press: Tacoma. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
For the first time in over 150 years, The Watcher, Le Fanu’s classic tale of supernatural menace, is reissued from the pages of the Dublin University Magazine along with its original companion piece The Fatal Bride, a brooding gothic novella not reprinted since its first publication in 1848. With an Introduction by Matthew Holness, ''From an Ancient Leathern Armchair: Some Comments on the Bachelor'' and ''A Note on 'The Watcher''', both by Jim Rockhill & Brian J. Showers. Limited to 300 hardcover copies.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new) with publisher's postcard laid in.

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The Pale Brown Thing., Leiber,  Fritz
14 Leiber, FritzThe Pale Brown Thing. 41009
The Swan River Press: Dublin, Ireland. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Foreword by Donald Sidney-Fryer: afterword by John Howard. Serialised in 1977, The Pale Brown Thing is a shorter version of Fritz Leiber’s World Fantasy Award-winning novel of the supernatural, Our Lady of Darkness. Leiber maintained that the two texts should be regarded as the same story told at different times. Limited to 350 (unnumbered) hardcover copies.

''the novella stands as Leiber’s vision of 1970s San Francisco: a city imbued with an eccentric vibe and nefarious entities, in which pulp writer Franz Westen uncovers an alternate portrait of the city’s fin de siecle literary set - Ambrose Bierce, Jack London, Clark Ashton Smith - as well as the darker invocations of occultist Thibaut de Castries and a pale brown inhabitant of Corona Heights''.


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Seven Strange Stories., Lloyd,  Rebecca
15 Lloyd, RebeccaSeven Strange Stories. 42353
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
246 pages: collects seven long weird/fantasy stories.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 35.00 GBP
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John Carstairs: Space Detective., Long,  Frank Belknap
16 Long, Frank BelknapJohn Carstairs: Space Detective. 42134
Ramble House/Surinam Turtle Press. 2012.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collection of linked sf stories, first published in 1949. New introduction by Richard A. Lupoff. Surinam Turtle Press no 35.

''the post-World War Two years saw a change of emphasis in the author's long career, with much more sf being written and published, beginning with John Carstairs: Space Detective (coll of linked stories 1949) which, with ''The Ether Robots'' (December 1942 Thrilling Wonder) and ''The Heavy Man'' (April 1943 Thrilling Wonder), formed a series about John Carstairs, detective and biological expert'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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Monsieur de Phocas: Translated From The French With An Introduction And Afterword By Francis Amery (aka Brian Stableford)., Lorrain,  Jean
17 Lorrain, JeanMonsieur de Phocas: Translated From The French With An Introduction And Afterword By Francis Amery (aka Brian Stableford). 39545
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2015.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
300 pages: 26-page introduction and nine page afterword by Brian Stableford writing as, and indeed translating as, ''Francis Amery''.

''Monsieur de Phocas (1901) has been ranked with Huysmans’ À Rebours (1884) as the summation of the French Decadent Movement. In the novel, Jean Lorrain presents experiences of the darker side of his life in Paris as the adventures of the Duc de Fréneuse (Phocas) and his relationship with the svengaliesque English painter Claudius Ethal. Jean Lorrain, born into a shipping family in Normandy in 1855, changed his name to keep his family out of the literary controversy he courted. In his writing and life he cultivated a kind of fascinated loathing for the decadence of fin de siècle Paris: in the words of Hubert Juin, he ‘loved his epoch to the point of detestation.’ Frances Amery’s sumptuous translation brings to life the grotesque, glittering world of Monsieur de Phocas’s journal, and Amery’s masterly Introduction and Afterword describe Lorrain’s place in Montmartre, Paris and the wider literary world''.


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Somewhere In Space And Other Stories: The Best Of C. C. MacApp Volume 1.., MacApp,  C. C.
18 MacApp, C. C.Somewhere In Space And Other Stories: The Best Of C. C. MacApp Volume 1.. 37884
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara Press Classics Of Science Fiction & Fantasy #11. Collects eleven sf stories: edited and with an introduction by John Pelan. LIMITED EDITION: 100 numbered copies signed by series editor John Pelan.

''pseudonym used by US colour printer Carroll M Capps (1913-1971) in his writing career, which began - after illness forced his retirement - with ''A Pride of Islands'' in May 1960 for If, with which magazine (and its stablemates) he was chiefly associated for the balance of his short career. Much of his fiction concerns itself with Invasions by aliens, notably the Gree stories in If, running from ''Slaves of Gree'' (August 1964 If) to ''A Beachhead for Gree'' (February 1967 If). In general he wrote clearly and excitingly, and his range was still growing at the time of his death; the early truncation of his career was much regretted'' (John Clute & David Langford/Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


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The Autobiography Of Arthur Machen: Far Off Things, Things Near And Far., Machen,  Arthur
19 Machen, ArthurThe Autobiography Of Arthur Machen: Far Off Things, Things Near And Far. 42167
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
310 pages: collects together Machen's two volumes of autobiography, FAR OFF THINGS (1922) and THINGS NEAR AND FAR (1923), plus a new introduction by writer/comedian Stewart Lee.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The House Of The Hidden Light., Machen,  Arthur (& A. E. Waite)
20 Machen, Arthur (& A. E. Waite)The House Of The Hidden Light. 42181
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2017.
First paperback edition.
Trade paperback original.
First published in 1904 (in an edition of just three copies). Followed by a Tartarus Press hardcover edition (300 copies) in 2003. With a twenty-five page introduction by Waite scholar R. A. Gilbert.

Fine (as new) copy.

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Dissonant Intervals (300 numbered copies)., Marvick,  Louis
21 Marvick, LouisDissonant Intervals (300 numbered copies). 41163
Side Real Press: Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
320 pages: drawing inspiration from sources including the work of M. R. James, fin de siècle French literature and other authors of decadent vision, Marvick’s work has appeared in volumes from Ex Occidente Press, Sarob Press, Supernatural Tales and Shadows and Tall Trees. This, his first collection, comprises a number of previously available tales and adds four new works, one of which is a novella. Limited to 300 numbered copies.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 30.00 GBP
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Some Will Not Sleep: Selected Horrors (signed/limited)., Nevill,  Adam
22 Nevill, AdamSome Will Not Sleep: Selected Horrors (signed/limited). 42254
Ritual Ltd: Devon, England. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
The author's first short story collection. 280 pages: collects eleven supernatural/horror stories with preface by the author, story notes and publication history. LIMITED EDITION: 400 (unnumbered) copies printed. As issued with printed card signed by the author and bookmark, both in envelope, laid in.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Holidays From Hell: Fourteen Stories (signed/numbered hardcover)., Oliver,  Reggie
23 Oliver, ReggieHolidays From Hell: Fourteen Stories (signed/numbered hardcover). 41979
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
310 pages: eight page introduction by Robert Shearman, four page afterword from the author. LIMITED EDITION: 500 numbered hardcover copies signed by the author.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 40.00 GBP
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Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 1., Pelan,  John (ed.)
24 Pelan, John (ed.)Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 1. 10839
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #28. Volume 1. 288 pages: eight page introduction by editor Pelan. LIMITED EDITION: 100 copy hardcover edition with special tipped-in limitation sheet signed and numbered by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 22.00 GBP
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Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 2., Pelan,  John (ed.)
25 Pelan, John (ed.)Tales Of Terror And Torment: Stories From The Pulps Vol 2. 10729
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #37. Volume 2. 296 pages: seven page introduction by editor Pelan. LIMITED EDITION: 100 copy hardcover edition with special tipped-in limitation sheet signed and numbered by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Selected Poems., Russell,  George William (writing as
26 Russell, George William (writing as "A.E")Selected Poems. 42297
The Swan River Press: Dublin, Ireland. 2017.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
First published in 1935. Introduction by William Butler Yates. New nine-page afterword (''Poet, Seer And Scribe'') by Daniel Mulhall and select bibliography. Also adds ''An Evening With A.E.'', a ten-page piece by Edgar DeWitt Jones. Limited to 300 hardcover copies.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new) with publicity postcard laid in.

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Death Of A Sadist., Ryan,  R. R.
27 Ryan, R. R.Death Of A Sadist. 37710
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #47. First published in 1937, this new edition has a four-page introduction by series editor John Pelan and D. H. Olson. LIMITED EDITION: 100 copy hardcover edition with special tipped-in limitation sheet.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Sound Of His Horn And Other Stories (+ 3 extra stories)., Sarban,
28 Sarban,The Sound Of His Horn And Other Stories (+ 3 extra stories). 41140
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2016.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Fantasy/sf novel: alternate history in which Hitler triumphed, first published in 1951. The first Tartarus Press edition of 1999 reprinted the novel plus the 70-page unpublished fantasy story ''The King Of The Lake''. Now this new edition adds three further stories, ''The Sea-Things'', ''Number Fourteen'' and ''The Sacrifice'' - all three stories (together with ''The King Of The Lake'') had also appeared earlier from Tartarus Press in 2002 as THE SACRIFICE AND OTHER STORIES.

''pseudonym of UK writer John W. Wall (1910-1989), a career diplomat for the UK from 1933 until his retirement in 1966. Most of the short stories assembled in Ringstones, and Other Curious Tales (coll 1951) and The Doll Maker, and Other Tales of the Uncanny (coll 1953) are pure fantasy, but the haunting and nightmarish THE SOUND OF HIS HORN (1952) has often been conscripted to the sf ranks by sf critics, for it is partially set in an alternate world, a Germany 100 years after the Nazis have triumphed. In it's evocation of this timeless ruritanian enclave, however, it is a pure fantasy land, ruled over by a charismatic Master Forester (an avatar of Herne the Hunter), where untermensch dissidents are hunted down for sport; the dark, flamboyant imagery of erotic chastisement is startlingly fetishistic'' (Peter Nicholls & John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF).


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Speaking Of Horror: Interviews With Writers Of The Supernatural., Schweitzer,  Darrell
29 Schweitzer, DarrellSpeaking Of Horror: Interviews With Writers Of The Supernatural. 42287
Borgo Press: CA. 1994.
Second printing.
Trade paperback original.
136 pages: interviews by Schweitzer with Ramsey Campbell, Dennis Etchison, Charles L. Grant, Thomas Ligotti, Brian Lumley. William F. Nolan, Manly Wade Wellman, Chet Williamson and F. Paul Wilson.

Fine (as new) copy.

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The Green Book, Writings On Irish Gothic, Supernatural And Fantastic Literature Issue 8., Showers,  Brian (ed.)
30 Showers, Brian (ed.)The Green Book, Writings On Irish Gothic, Supernatural And Fantastic Literature Issue 8. 42286
The Swan River Press: Dublin, Ireland. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue 8. 108 pages: includes pieces on Bram Stoker, Henry Ferris, Lafcadio Hearn and THE WORM OUROBORUS..

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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From Ancient Shadows: Stories By Mark Valentine, Ron Weighell, John Howard (signed/limited)., Valentine,  Mark (& Ron Weighell & John Howard)
31 Valentine, Mark (& Ron Weighell & John Howard)From Ancient Shadows: Stories By Mark Valentine, Ron Weighell, John Howard (signed/limited). 42182
Sarob Press: France. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collects three original stories written in homage to Algernon Blackwood: ''The Fifth Moon'' by Mark Valentine, ''The Asmodeus Fellowship'' by Ron Weighell'' and ''Between Me And The Sun'' by John Howard. LIMITED EDITION: 300 numbered hardcover copies signed by all three authors.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 32.50 GBP
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Wormwood no 25: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
32 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 25: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 39697
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2015.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue no 25. 92 pages: includes articles on The Modernist Ghost Story (by James Riley), Sarban's THE DOLL MAKER and Guy Endore, plus book reviews (regular columns) by Reggie Oliver, Douglas A. Anderson and John Howard..

Fine (as new) copy.

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Wormwood no 27: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
33 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 27: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 41609
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
27th issue. 92 pages: includes articles on Mervyn Peake, Robert Hugh Benson and Amyas Northcote: contributors including John Howard, Mike Barrett and Avalon Brantley, plus book reviews (regular columns) by Reggie Oliver, Douglas A. Anderson and John Howard..

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Wormwood no 28: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
34 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 28: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 42306
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
28th issue. 90 pages: includes articles on Robert Aickman and David Lindsay (Devils's Tor), plus book reviews (regular columns) by Reggie Oliver, Douglas A. Anderson and John Howard..

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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The Hidden Back Room., Wyckoff,  Jason A.
35 Wyckoff, Jason A.The Hidden Back Room. 41008
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
306 pages: collection of weird stories. Limited to 300 (unnumbered) hardcover copies.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 35.00 GBP
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They Dine In Darkness And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Arthur Leo Zagat Volume 111., Zagat,  Arthur Leo
36 Zagat, Arthur LeoThey Dine In Darkness And Other Stories: The Weird Tales Of Arthur Leo Zagat Volume 111. 42010
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara Press no 66. Third volume in the series. Five page introduction by editor John Pelan. LIMITED EDITION: 100 numbered copies signed by series editor John Pelan.

fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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