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The Madman And The Last Trick., Hansom,  Mark
101 Hansom, MarkThe Madman And The Last Trick. 09124
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #44. Reprints a weird/psychological (non-supernatural) novel originally published in 1938: new eight page introduction by series editor John Pelan, plus an additional twelve page introduction by Thor Dockweiler. Includes the short story ''The Last Trick'' (from ''The Australian Women's Weekly'', May 1st, 1937).

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Fantasy Annual 3: New Stories of Science Fiction and Fantasy., Harbottle,  Philip (ed.)
102 Harbottle, Philip (ed.)Fantasy Annual 3: New Stories of Science Fiction and Fantasy. 03874
Cosmos Books: Tyne & Wear. 1999.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Third annual volume: 132 pages, Ron Turner colour cover. Original stories by Philip E. High (two), Sydney J. Bounds (two), E. C. Tubb, Stephen Laws, Eric C. Williams, Norman Lazenby and others.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Fantasy Annual 2., Harbottle.,  Philip (& Sean Wallace, eds.)
103 Harbottle., Philip (& Sean Wallace, eds.)Fantasy Annual 2. 12383
Cosmos Literary Agency: Tyne & Wear. 1998 (Spring).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Second volume in the series. Original stories by Philip E. High, John Russell Fearn, E. C. Tubb (''Mirror Of The Night''), Sydney J. Bounds Andrew Darlington and others: all illustrations by Ron Turner.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Fantasy Annual 4., Harbottle.,  Philip (& Sean Wallace, eds.)
104 Harbottle., Philip (& Sean Wallace, eds.)Fantasy Annual 4. 12363
Cosmos Books, an imprint of Wildside Press. 2000.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Fourth volume in the series. All-new collection of sf stories from (mostly) old-time British sf writers such as E. C. Tubb, Sydney J. Bounds, John Russell Fearn, Eric C. Williams and Adrian Cole: 120 pages. Full colour cover art by legendary 50s illustrator Ron Turner.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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One Dreadful Night., Harding,  Ronald S. L.
105 Harding, Ronald S. L.One Dreadful Night. 33253
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #19. First published in 1935: new introduction by series editor John Pelan. Ronald S. L. Harding was a master writer of dark mystery novels steeped in supernatural suggestion: little is known about the author, and for many years his books have been sought-after rarities. Dancing Tuatara Press is proud to begin the exhumation of Harding's weird mysteries with the republication of One Dreadful Night.

''Harding presents a mystery that is deftly woven into the underlying web of supernatural horror. From the moment that we meet the eccentric family of Robert Armstrong, a young and reclusive man obsessed with secret scientific experiments, Dora Owen, a visitor who becomes romantically attached to Robert, and witness the manifestation of a mysterious presence which lurks in the family home ''Restormal,'' the novel builds gradually to a climatic resolution of sheer terror . . . until its shocking denouement. One Dreadful Night is part of that small group of novels, such as Mark Hansom's The Beasts of Brahm, wherein the elements of the mystery novel and the supernatural tale are blended seamlessly to create a genuine thriller that will keep the reader turninq pages while leaving all the lights on!''.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Library Of Death., Harding,  Ronald S. L.
106 Harding, Ronald S. L.The Library Of Death. 33254
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #20. First published in 1938: new introduction by series editor John Pelan. Ronald S. L. Harding was a master writer of dark mystery novels steeped in supernatural suggestion: little is known about the author, and for many years his books have been sought-after rarities. Dancing Tuatara Press is proud to begin the exhumation of Harding's weird mysteries with the republication of The Library Of Death.

''The Library of Death begins at a leisurely pace, and a tone that seems to set the stage for a light romance. Harding deftly builds the mystery, and from the moment we learn of the legend of a headless spectre that purportedly stalks the grounds of Dorsay Hall, and rumors of hereditary vampirism, the novel undergoes another transformation with the light tone of the early chapters forgotten as horror is piled upon horror. The Library of Death is part of that small group of novels, such as Mark Hansom's The Beasts of Brahm, wherein the elements of the mystery novel and the supernatural tale are blended seamlessly to create a genuine thriller that will keep the reader turning pages while leaving all the lights on!''.


Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 30.00 GBP
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Scourge of the Steel Mask: A G-8 Air-War Thriller., Hogan,  Robert J.
107 Hogan, Robert J.Scourge of the Steel Mask: A G-8 Air-War Thriller. 06722
Dimedia: IL 1985.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Reprint of a short novel from the January 1937 issue of G-8 and his Battle Aces pulp magazine.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Secret Agent X; City Of The Living Dead (Secret Agent X no. 4)., House,  Brant (SECRET AGENT X)
108 House, Brant (SECRET AGENT X)Secret Agent X; City Of The Living Dead (Secret Agent X no. 4). 37106
Corinth Publications: San Diego, CA. 1966.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Corinth CR134. Number four in the seven volume series of Corinth paperbacks published in 1966, reprinting stories from the 1930s pulp magazine SECRET AGENT X.

''US pulp magazine, also known as Secret Agent X: Detective Mysteries. 41 issues from February 1934 to March 1941. Published by Periodical House Inc, an imprint of Ace Magazines. Editors were Rose Wyn for the first few years, then Harry Widmer for the remainder of the run. Publication varied from monthly to an erratic bimonthly schedule. The titular Secret Agent ''X'' - created by pulp author Paul Chadwick under the House Name Brant House - was never identified by name. He had an X-shaped scar above his heart from a shrapnel wound in World War One, leading to his alias; apparently some of the metal remained and occasionally caused him great pain. Billed as ''The Man of a Thousand Faces'', X could quickly change his appearance, using make-up and props rather than any Superpower. Originally he fought crime on behalf of an unknown group of very wealthy sponsors, but then became a US Government agent for the ''K-R'' group, presumably led by Harvey Bates. Colleagues included reporter Betty Dale and the more conventional private investigator Jim Hobart. Though himself an only mildly offbeat detective/counter-espionage agent, X often faced Mad Scientists and other villains who used futuristic Weapons, were capable of reanimating the dead, and so on. X, somewhat unusually for the time, preferred non-lethal weapons such as a gas pistol which temporarily knocked out opponents. In the 1960s, Corinth Books attempted to revive the character in paperback following Bantam Books' success with Doc Savage, but this venture ended after only seven volumes. Other small presses began reprinting the title in recent years, together with new novels by such authors as Sean Elliis'' (Encyclopedia of SF, 3rd Edition).


A little spine lean, page edges browning, a G/VG copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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The Complete Action Stories., Howard,  Robert E.
109 Howard, Robert E.The Complete Action Stories. 37198
Hermanthis Press. Nd (2001).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Collects twenty three western stories featuring Breckinridge Elkins (nine of which have never been reprinted except in one newspaper and one chapbook since their original magazine appearance) all of which were originally published in Action Stories pulp magazine in the early to mid-1930's: edited and with an introduction by Paul Herman. 360 pages.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 20.00 GBP
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The Howard Collector vol 2 no 5 (whole no 11)., Howard,  Robert E. (THE HOWARD COLLECTOR)
110 Howard, Robert E. (THE HOWARD COLLECTOR)The Howard Collector vol 2 no 5 (whole no 11). 12471
Glenn Lord: Pasadena, TX. 1969 (Spring).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled wrappers.
Issue no 11 (vol 2 no 5). Octavo, single issue, printed wrappers. 18 issues published in total between Summer 1961 - Autumn 1973 (vol 1, no 1 - vol 3, no 6): a major source for material by and about Robert E. Howard. Fiction, verse, letters, reviews, etc.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Ole Doc Methusaleh., Hubbard,  L. Ron
111 Hubbard, L. RonOle Doc Methusaleh. 09622
Bridge Publications Inc.: Los Angeles. 1992.

Hardcover.
Collects the Ole Doc Methuselah sf stories as written under the pseudoym ''Rene Lafayette'', originally published in the pulp magazine Astounding SF between 1947-1950: new eight-page introduction by Robert Silverberg. First Bridge Publications printing.

Fine copy in an an almost fine dustjacket.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Incredible Adventures no 2., INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES,  (pulp reprints)
112 INCREDIBLE ADVENTURES, (pulp reprints)Incredible Adventures no 2. 34675
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Second issue of small-press magazine of pulp reprints published by Robert Weinberg and edited by Marshall, Gene & Carl F. Waedt. Stories by Hannes Bok, Gertrude A Atherton, Thomas Lovell Beddoes, Francis Stevens, Thomas Jordan, Seabury Quinn, S. Carleton, W.C. Morrow and Charles R. Tanner.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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113 Jakubowski, Maxim (ed.)The Mammoth Book Of Pulp Action. 17829
Robinson: London. 2001.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
630 pages: 23 crime and mystery reprints (though not necessarily from the pulp magazines) including one original story (''Dog Life'') by Mark Timlin.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Mark Of The Laughing Death And Other Stories., James,  Francis
114 James, FrancisMark Of The Laughing Death And Other Stories. 09706
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #24. New introduction by series editor John Pelan. Reprints eight weird/horror tales from the 1930s pulp magazines.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Chariots Of San Fernando And Other Stories: The Best Of Malcolm Jameson Volume One., Jameson,  Malcolm
115 Jameson, MalcolmChariots Of San Fernando And Other Stories: The Best Of Malcolm Jameson Volume One. 30567
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara SF Series #1. New introduction by series editor John Pelan. First volume in a series, reprinting stories from the 1930's - 1940's sf pulp magazines.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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The Alien Envoy And Other Stories: The Best Of Malcolm Jameson Volume 2., Jameson,  Malcolm
116 Jameson, MalcolmThe Alien Envoy And Other Stories: The Best Of Malcolm Jameson Volume 2. 33259
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2012.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
282 pages: Dancing Tuatara SF Series #7. Collects eleven stories with an introduction by series editor John Pelan.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 30.00 GBP
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Jungle Stories Fall 1953., JUNGLE STORIES,  (ed. Jerome Bixby)
117 JUNGLE STORIES, (ed. Jerome Bixby)Jungle Stories Fall 1953. 40923
Glen-Kel Pub. Co.; NY. 1953 (Fall).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Fall 1953 issue. 59 issues published in total between 1939 - 1954.

''essentially a character pulp; each issue featured a lead novel about Ki-Gor. This character was an imitation of Tarzan, which has caused Jungle Stories to be heavily collected by some Burroughs fans. It should be noted, however, that while some of the novels contain fantasy elements, the series as a whole is not fantasy, since Ki-Gor lacks Tarzan's ability to communicate with animals. The unusual circumstance of several Ki-Gor novels having the same titles is believed to be a side-effect of the re-use of cover paintings on which the story titles had already been engraved'' (Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Weird Fiction Magazine Index: 1890-2006: Stephen T. Miller & William G. Contento).


G/VG copy, a little tape on spine.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Jungle Stories Winter 1951/1952., JUNGLE STORIES,  (ed. Jerome Bixby)
118 JUNGLE STORIES, (ed. Jerome Bixby)Jungle Stories Winter 1951/1952. 40922
Glen-Kel Pub. Co.; NY. 1951/1952 (Winter).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Winter 1951/1952 issue. 59 issues published in total between 1939 - 1954.

''essentially a character pulp; each issue featured a lead novel about Ki-Gor. This character was an imitation of Tarzan, which has caused Jungle Stories to be heavily collected by some Burroughs fans. It should be noted, however, that while some of the novels contain fantasy elements, the series as a whole is not fantasy, since Ki-Gor lacks Tarzan's ability to communicate with animals. The unusual circumstance of several Ki-Gor novels having the same titles is believed to be a side-effect of the re-use of cover paintings on which the story titles had already been engraved'' (Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Weird Fiction Magazine Index: 1890-2006: Stephen T. Miller & William G. Contento).


VG copy.

Price: 12.00 GBP
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Jungle Stories Winter 1948/1949., JUNGLE STORIES,  (ed. Malcolm Reiss)
119 JUNGLE STORIES, (ed. Malcolm Reiss)Jungle Stories Winter 1948/1949. 40921
Glen-Kel Pub. Co.; NY. 1948/1949 (Winter).
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Winter 1948/1949 issue. 59 issues published in total between 1939 - 1954.

''essentially a character pulp; each issue featured a lead novel about Ki-Gor. This character was an imitation of Tarzan, which has caused Jungle Stories to be heavily collected by some Burroughs fans. It should be noted, however, that while some of the novels contain fantasy elements, the series as a whole is not fantasy, since Ki-Gor lacks Tarzan's ability to communicate with animals. The unusual circumstance of several Ki-Gor novels having the same titles is believed to be a side-effect of the re-use of cover paintings on which the story titles had already been engraved'' (Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Weird Fiction Magazine Index: 1890-2006: Stephen T. Miller & William G. Contento).


G/VG copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Death March Of The Dancing Dolls And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Three., Keene,  Day
120 Keene, DayDeath March Of The Dancing Dolls And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Three. 32004
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2010.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara Press Special Edition. 294 pages: new introduction by Bill Crider. Third volume in a series: collects hardboiled tales first published in the 1940s Detective pulps.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Homicide House And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Six., Keene,  Day
121 Keene, DayHomicide House And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Six. 39641
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2015.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara Press Special Edition. New eight-page introduction by Richard A. Lupoff. Sixth volume in a series: collects nine tales by Keene first published in the Detective pulps between 1941 and 1951.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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The Case Of The Bearded Bride And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Four., Keene,  Day
122 Keene, DayThe Case Of The Bearded Bride And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Four. 36861
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara Press Special Edition. New introduction by David Laurence Wilson. Fourth volume in a series: collects ten tales by Keene first published in the Detective pulps between 1931 and 1950, all published under the pseudonyms ''Gunard Hjerstedt'' and ''John Corbett''.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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We Are The Dead And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Two., Keene,  Day
123 Keene, DayWe Are The Dead And Other Stories: Day Keene In The Detective Pulps Volume Two. 30565
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2010.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara Press Special Edition. New introduction by Ed Gorman. Second volume in a series: collects eight hardboiled tales first published in the 1940s pulps, particularly Detective Stories.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Satans Of Saturn., Kline,  Otis Adelbert (& E. Hoffmann Price)
124 Kline, Otis Adelbert (& E. Hoffmann Price)Satans Of Saturn. 33256
Ramble House/Surinam Turtle Press. 2012.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
280 pages: Surinam Turtle Press #33. Collects the title story (a long lost space opera by both authors first serialised in Argosy magazine in 1940), plus two further tales by Price ''Web of Wizardry'' and ''Selene Slays by Night'' and a novelette from Kline ''The Man from the Moon''. With an eight-page introduction by Richard Lupoff.

fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Oak Leaves vol 1 no 3: ''Race Around The Moon''., Kline,  Otis Adelbert (OAK LEAVES magazine)
125 Kline, Otis Adelbert (OAK LEAVES magazine)Oak Leaves vol 1 no 3: ''Race Around The Moon''. 39525
Modern Limited Publications: St. Michael, ND. 1971.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
Third issue of the small-format fanzine OAK LEAVES dedicated to the pulp author Otis Adelbert Kline: 12 pages. At least 18 issues were published between 1970 - 1983. This issue consists solely of the pulp reprint ''Race Around The Moon'' with a short afterword.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Hands Out Of Hell: The Selected Stories Of John H. Knox Vol 3., Knox,  John H. (ed. John Pelan)
126 Knox, John H. (ed. John Pelan)Hands Out Of Hell: The Selected Stories Of John H. Knox Vol 3. 32942
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2012.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #17. Collects eight stories, first published in the pulp magazines (two from Terror Tales, one from Horror Stories, four from Dime Mystery and one from Thrilling Mystery) in the mid-1930's: edited with a three-page introduction from John Pelan. 288 pages.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Man Out Of Hell: The Selected Stories Of John H. Knox Vol Two., Knox,  John H. (ed. John Pelan)
127 Knox, John H. (ed. John Pelan)Man Out Of Hell: The Selected Stories Of John H. Knox Vol Two. 30559
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara #13. New introduction by series editor John Pelan. One of the lost masters of the weird tale, John H. Knox produced an astonishing volume of horror and supernatural fiction for Popular Publications in the 1930s before switching to more straightforward mysteries. This is the second of several volumes collecting the best of his weird fiction.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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Reunion In Hell: The Selected Stories Of John H. Knox Vol One., Knox,  John H. (ed. John Pelan)
128 Knox, John H. (ed. John Pelan)Reunion In Hell: The Selected Stories Of John H. Knox Vol One. 30563
Ramble House/Dancing Tuatara Press: MS. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Dancing Tuatara Press Special Edition. New introduction by series editor John Pelan. First volume in a series: collects eight hardboiled tales first published in the 1940's pulps, particularly Detective Stories.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 25.00 GBP
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The Obsidian Ape., Leath,  Robert Neal
129 Leath, Robert NealThe Obsidian Ape. 07297
Fantasy House: North Hollywood, CA. 1973.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize stapled wrappers.
Fantasy Classics - 3. Third volume in a short-lived series of publications reprinting full length classic pulp novels. As well as the title story, this issue reprints a Lord Dunsany short story. Colour covers, and internal b/w and colour illustrations.

Fine (as new) copy.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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White Fang (+ mint facsimile dj)., London,  Jack
130 London, JackWhite Fang (+ mint facsimile dj). 41212
The MacMillan Company: NY. 1906.
First edition (& variant binding).
Hardcover.
''Published October, 1906'' on the copyright page. With tipped-in title page (variant binding), colour frontispice (and seven other colour illustrations) by Charles Livingston Bull. An exceptionally well-preserved copy.

Spine edges a little soft, a little fading down one thin strip along front cover, an almost fine copy (with mint facsimile dustjacket added).

Price: 495.00 GBP
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Lost Fantasies no 5., LOST FANTASIES,  (ed. Robert Weinberg)
131 LOST FANTASIES, (ed. Robert Weinberg)Lost Fantasies no 5. 16166
Robert Weinberg: Chicago. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue 5. Nine issues of this pulp reprint small-press magazine published by Robert Weinberg were issued in the 1970s. Reprints stories by Edmond Hamilton, Robert Nelson (two stories), Greye La Spina, G. G. Pendarves, Everil Worrell, and the second part (of 3) of H. Warner Munn's ''Ten Tales Of The Werewolf Clan''.

Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Lovers Magazine vol 1 no 2 (November 1938) issue., LOVERS MAGAZINE,  (USA)
132 LOVERS MAGAZINE, (USA)Lovers Magazine vol 1 no 2 (November 1938) issue. 42724
Popular Publications: Chicago. 1938.
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Issue no 2 (November 1938). Five issues published in total 1933-1934.

A good copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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The Comic Book Killer (signed/slipcased + colour comic)., Lupoff,  Richard
133 Lupoff, RichardThe Comic Book Killer (signed/slipcased + colour comic). 15218
Offspring Press: Martinez, CA. 1988.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
270 page novel ''in the pulp tradition''. Six-page introduction by Joe Gores and four-page afterword by Algis Budrys. LIMITED EDITION: 500 numbered copies signed by the author, illustrator and Budrys and Gores. The limited slipcased edition comes with a 16-page colour comic ''Gangsters At War'', an integral part of the plot.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket and slipcase (as new) but for a touch of wear along the top spine edge.

Price: 25.00 GBP
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Magazine Of Horror Vol 1 no 5., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
134 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 1 no 5. 38333
Health Knowledge: NY. 1964 (September).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Vol 1 no 5 (September 1964). Fifth issue. 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror (And Strange Stories) was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


Page edges browning, 6cm closed tear to bottom of rear cover, a VG+ copy.

Price: 5.00 GBP
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Magazine Of Horror Vol 2 no 1 (whole no. 7)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
135 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 2 no 1 (whole no. 7). 37146
Health Knowledge: NY. 1965 (January).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 7. Vol 2 no. 1 ( January 1965). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) horror stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 10.00 GBP
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Magazine Of Horror Vol 2 no 4 (whole no. 10)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
136 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 2 no 4 (whole no. 10). 33825
Health Knowledge: NY. 1965 (August).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 10. Vol 2 no. 4 (August 1965). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 2 no 6 (whole no. 12)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
137 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 2 no 6 (whole no. 12). 32929
Health Knowledge: NY. 1965/1966 (Winter).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 12. Vol 2 no. 6 (Winter 1965/1966). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 3 no 1 (whole no. 13)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
138 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 3 no 1 (whole no. 13). 33826
Health Knowledge: NY. 1966 (Summer).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 13. Vol 3 no. 1 (Summer 1966). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 3 no 2 (whole no. 14)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
139 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 3 no 2 (whole no. 14). 38337
Health Knowledge: NY. 1966/1967 (Winter).
First edition.
Digest magazijne.
Issue 14. Vol 3 no. 2 (Winter 1966/1967). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 3 no 5 (whole no. 17)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
140 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 3 no 5 (whole no. 17). 38338
Health Knowledge: NY. 1967 (Fall).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 17. Vol 3 no. 5 (Fall 1967). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 2 (whole no. 20)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
141 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 2 (whole no. 20). 37147
Health Knowledge: NY. 1968 (March).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 20. Vol 4 no. 2 (March 1968). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


NF/Fine copy, tiny chip to top front corner tip.

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Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 3 (whole no. 21)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
142 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 3 (whole no. 21). 32932
Health Knowledge: NY. 1968 (May).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 21. Vol 4 no. 3 (May 1968). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 4 (whole no. 22)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
143 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 4 (whole no. 22). 33834
Health Knowledge: NY. 1968 (July).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 22. Vol 4 no. 4 (July 1968). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 5 (whole no. 23)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
144 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 5 (whole no. 23). 33835
Health Knowledge: NY. 1968 (September).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 23. Vol 4 no. 5 (Septeber 1968). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396). Virgil Finlay cover.

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 6 (whole no. 24)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
145 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 4 no 6 (whole no. 24). 37148
Health Knowledge: NY. 1968 (November).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 24. Vol 4 no. 6 (November 1968). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396). Virgil Finlay cover.

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 5 no 1 (whole no. 25)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
146 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 5 no 1 (whole no. 25). 33836
Health Knowledge: NY. 1969 (January).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 25. Vol 5 no. 1 (January 1969). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396). Virgil Finlay cover.

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror Vol 5 no 2 (whole no. 26)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
147 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror Vol 5 no 2 (whole no. 26). 37149
Health Knowledge: NY. 1969 (March).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 26. Vol 5 no. 2 (March 1969). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396). This issue contains ''Cliffs That Laughed'' an early story by R. A. Lafferty. Virgil Finlay cover.

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprint magazine, Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect Magazine Of Horror had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 3 (whole no. 27)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
148 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 3 (whole no. 27). 33837
Health Knowledge: NY. 1969 (May).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 27. Vol 5 no. 3 (May 1969). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396). This issue includes ''The Horror Out Of Lovecraft'' by Donald A. Wollheim (new story) and (also a new story) ''The End Of Days'' by Robert Silverberg: Virgil Finlay cover.

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 4 (whole no. 28)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
149 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 4 (whole no. 28). 33838
Health Knowledge: NY. 1969 (July).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 28. Vol 5 no. 4 (July 1969). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396).

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 5 (whole no. 29)., MAGAZINE OF HORROR,  (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)
150 MAGAZINE OF HORROR, (ed. Robert W. Lowndes)Magazine Of Horror vol 5 no 5 (whole no. 29). 33839
Health Knowledge: NY. 1969 (September).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue 29. Vol 5 no.6 (September 1969). 36 issues were published between 1963 - 1971. Although mostly reprints of classic (and not so classic?) stories, each issue did have one or two new stories, and of the 250 or so stories printed in the 36 issues, nearly 30% were appearing for the first time (see Ashley/Tymn: SCIENCE FICTION, FANTASY & WEIRD FICTION MAGAZINES, 1985. pp.391-396). Virgil Finlay cover.

''36 issues August 1963 - April 1971, published by Health Knowledge Inc., New York; ed Robert A.W. Lowndes. Primarily a reprintmagazine,Magazine Of Horror was launched to cash in on the popularity of the Pan Book Of Horror Stories here in the UK. Lowndes had a greater passion for the pulps, especially WEIRD TALES and STRANGE TALES, than for modern horror, and so the magazine became a haven for lesser-known reprints, its contents predominantly reflecting the pulp era of the 1920s and 1930s. Among the scarce stories reprinted were fictions by Arthur J. Burks (1898-1974), Hugh B. Cave, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith and Henry S. Whitehead, To save money Lowndes reprinted mostly out-of-copyright material, including classics by Ambrose Bierce, Robert W. Chambers, Rudyard Kipling, Richard Marsh and Mary Wilkins Freeman (in this respect MOH had much in common with Avon Fantasy Reader). Lowndes did the field a great service in bringing back into print ''lost'' stories, particularly works by Robert E. Howard, David H. Keller and Wallace West'' (Mike Ashley/Encyclopedia of Fantasy).


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