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   -Arkham House: Sauk City, Wisconsin.
   -Ash-Tree Press.
   -Ex Occidente/Passport Levant: Romania.
   -Fedogan & Bremer: Minneapolis.
   -Haffner Press: Michigan.
   -Hippocampus Press: NY.
   -Kerosina: Worcester Park.
   -Kinnell: London.
   -Midnight House: Seattle, CA.
   -Morrigan Publications: Bath.
   -PS Publishing: Harrogate.
   -Pumpkin Books: Nottingham.
   -Sarob Press: Wales.
   -Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire.

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Roderick At Random, or Further Education of a Young Machine., Sladek,  John
351 Sladek, JohnRoderick At Random, or Further Education of a Young Machine. 04497
Kerosina: Worcester Park. 1990.
First hardcover edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
SF novel, sequel to RODERICK (1980). First published as a paperback original in 1983.

''Roderick, or The Education of a Young Machine (1980) and Roderick at Random, or Further Education of a Young Machine (1983), two texts conceived as a single novel. The novels represent the author's most ambitious work to date, conveying with considerable ingenuity and some pathos its protagonist's Candide-like innocence and its author's oulipo-derived numerological sense of narrative structure. As the most formally inventive, the funniest, and very nearly the most melancholy of modern US sf writers, Sladekhas always addressed the heart of the genre, but never spoken from it. We need his attention: he deserves ours'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF)


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Sourdough And Other Stories., Slatter,  Angela
352 Slatter, AngelaSourdough And Other Stories. 32012
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2012.
First paperback edition.
Trade paperback original.
Collection of weird/fantasy stories. 238 pages: with an introduction by Robert Shearman and an afterword by Jeff VanderMeer. Trade paperback edition.

Fine (as new) copy.

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Selected Letters Of Clark Ashton Smith., Smith,  Clark Ashton
353 Smith, Clark AshtonSelected Letters Of Clark Ashton Smith. 12446
Arkham House: Sauk City, Wisconsin. 2003.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
416 pages: edited by David E. Schulz and Scott Connors. 3000 copies printed.

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Impossibilia: PS Showcase #5 (signed by the author)., Smith,  Douglas
354 Smith, DouglasImpossibilia: PS Showcase #5 (signed by the author). 27810
PS Publishing: Harrogate. 2008.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collects three stories, with an introduction by Chaz Brenchley. LIMITED EDITION: from a total printing of 400 hardcover copies, this is one of 300 numbered copies signed by the author.

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The Moonstone Mass And Others., Spofford,  Harriet Prescott
355 Spofford, Harriet PrescottThe Moonstone Mass And Others. 05422
Ash-Tree Press. 2000.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
182 pages: edited and with a 26 page introduction, by Jessica Amanda Salmonson: collects 25 weird stories and poems, the complete supernatural fiction of an American author writing from 1859 onwards. 500 copies printed.

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Streaking (200-copy signed/slipcased)., Stableford,  Brian
356 Stableford, BrianStreaking (200-copy signed/slipcased). 15569
PS Publishing: Harrogate. 2006.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
SF thriller: introduction by by Storm Constantine. LIMITED EDITION: 200 numbered slipcased copies, signed by both authors.

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Streaking (500-copy signed edition)., Stableford,  Brian
357 Stableford, BrianStreaking (500-copy signed edition). 15570
PS Publishing: Harrogate. 2006.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
SF thriller: introduction by Storm Constantine. LIMITED EDITION: 500 numbered hardbound copies signed signed by the author.

''What is Luck? If it exists at all, where does it come from, and how does it operate? Is it a supernatural force? A genetic gift? Or a quantum phenomenon, a knack for adjusting probability in just the right way? Canny Kilcannon, heir to the earldom of Credesdale in Yorkshire, is an extremely lucky man, the scion of a long dynasty of extremely lucky men. Unlike his dour and cautious ancestors, he believes in taking material advantage of his hereditary good fortune: as a playboy gambler, he cruises the casinos of the world, winning steadily yet cleverly and calculatedly, so as not to draw undue attention. But a particular defiance of the odds in Monte Carlo is noticed, both by a criminal gang and by Lissa Lo, a beautiful woman who may somehow share Canny's luck. As he returns to Credesdale, to the bedside of his dying father, Canny is increasingly aware that powerful forces are closing in on him. But Canny is a resourceful man, and astute at judging the odds in any situation; as he becomes Lord Credesdale, he plays the game of life with the same tactical brilliance he showed in Monte Carlo. Faced with challenges both domestic and acutely menacing-the dilemma of how to continue and strengthen his family line, the need to fight off foreign mafiosi and alluring romantic blandishments all at once-he is well equipped, but events may be moving beyond even his capacity to control. The ways of Chance are approaching an apocalyptic crossroads, and life as Canny knows it could be coming to an end''.


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The Beast., Stallman,  Robert
358 Stallman, RobertThe Beast. 12685
Kinnell: London. 1990.
First hardcover edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Third novel in the fantasy Shapeshifter trilogy, following The Orphan and The Captive.

''author of the Beast trilogy, the last two books of which were published posthumously: The books are complex, sensitively written fabulations, fitting between the generic borders of sf and horror, and update the myth of the werewolf with the sf premise that they are a chrysalis form of alien life; when two mate they will trigger a new phase in their life-cycle. The books do not, however, feel very sf-like, and they most come to life in the opposing tugs between the first beast's life as beast and as human, both phases desiring autonomy. The awkwardly structured last book of this engrossing series probably needed an auctorial revision which it could not be given'' (Peter Nicholls/ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SF).


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The Captive., Stallman,  Robert
359 Stallman, RobertThe Captive. 12686
Kinnell: London. 1989.
First hardcover edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Second novel in the fantasy Shapeshifter trilogy, following The Orphan, and followed by The Beast.

''author of the Beast trilogy, the last two books of which were published posthumously: The books are complex, sensitively written fabulations, fitting between the generic borders of sf and horror, and update the myth of the werewolf with the sf premise that they are a chrysalis form of alien life; when two mate they will trigger a new phase in their life-cycle. The books do not, however, feel very sf-like, and they most come to life in the opposing tugs between the first beast's life as beast and as human, both phases desiring autonomy. The awkwardly structured last book of this engrossing series probably needed an auctorial revision which it could not be given'' (Peter Nicholls/ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SF).


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The Orphan (and) The Captive (and) The Beast., Stallman,  Robert
360 Stallman, RobertThe Orphan (and) The Captive (and) The Beast. 00118
Kinnell: London. 1989-1990.
First hardcover editions.
Hardcover.
Three hardcover volumes: fantasy Shapeshifter trilogy, first published in the US 1980 - 1982 as paperback originals.

''author of the Beast trilogy, the last two books of which were published posthumously: The books are complex, sensitively written fabulations, fitting between the generic borders of sf and horror, and update the myth of the werewolf with the sf premise that they are a chrysalis form of alien life; when two mate they will trigger a new phase in their life-cycle. The books do not, however, feel very sf-like, and they most come to life in the opposing tugs between the first beast's life as beast and as human, both phases desiring autonomy. The awkwardly structured last book of this engrossing series probably needed an auctorial revision which it could not be given'' (Peter Nicholls/Encyclopedia of SF).


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The Orphan., Stallman,  Robert
361 Stallman, RobertThe Orphan. 20426
Kinnell: London. 1989.
First hardcover edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
First novel in the fantasy shapeshifter trilogy, followed by The Captive and The Beast.

''author of the Beast trilogy, the last two books of which were published posthumously: The books are complex, sensitively written fabulations, fitting between the generic borders of sf and horror, and update the myth of the werewolf with the sf premise that they are a chrysalis form of alien life; when two mate they will trigger a new phase in their life-cycle. The books do not, however, feel very sf-like, and they most come to life in the opposing tugs between the first beast's life as beast and as human, both phases desiring autonomy. The awkwardly structured last book of this engrossing series probably needed an auctorial revision which it could not be given'' (Peter Nicholls/ENCYCLOPEDIA OF SF).


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Dracula: Or The Un-Dead: A Play In Prologue And Five Acts (signed/slipcased)., Stoker,  Bram
362 Stoker, BramDracula: Or The Un-Dead: A Play In Prologue And Five Acts (signed/slipcased). 00851
Pumpkin Books: Nottingham. 1997.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Full text of the play performed in 1897, which differs greatly to that of the novel. Edited and annotated by Sylvia Starshine. LIMITED EDITION: 250 numbered hardcover copies signed by the editor Sylvia Starshine and slipcased.

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Dracula: Or The Un-Dead: A Play In Prologue And Five Acts., Stoker,  Bram
363 Stoker, BramDracula: Or The Un-Dead: A Play In Prologue And Five Acts. 02839
Pumpkin Books: Nottingham. 1997.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Full text of the play performed in 1897, which differs greatly to that of the novel. Edited and annotated by Sylvia Starshine.

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Cold To The Touch., Strantzas,  Simon
364 Strantzas, SimonCold To The Touch. 26281
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collects thirteen tales of the supernatural. 212 pages.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new.

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The Buckross Ring And Other Stories Of The Strange And Supernatural., Strong,  L. A. G.
365 Strong, L. A. G.The Buckross Ring And Other Stories Of The Strange And Supernatural. 25282
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
238 pages, plus a 12-page introduction by Richard Dalby.

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The Stoneground Ghost Tales., Swain,  E. G.
366 Swain, E. G.The Stoneground Ghost Tales. 03038
Ash-Tree Press. 1996.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Reprint of the scarce 1912 edition, with a new ten page introduction by Cardinal Cox, and a new afterword by Jack Adrian. 400 copies printed.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new) but for a touch of wear along a small part (2 cm) of the front spine fold.

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Hell Is Murky: Twenty Strange Tales., Taylor,  John Alfred
367 Taylor, John AlfredHell Is Murky: Twenty Strange Tales. 22921
Ash-Tree Press. 2008.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
The author has been writing strange tales since the late 1960s, with stories appearing in The Twilight Zone Magazine, Asimov's Science Fiction, Ghosts & Scholars, Grue, and others. Hell Is Murky offers twenty of his strange tales, set in locations as far apart as the Los Angeles freeway system and the Scottish Higlands. Here you will encounter characters as diverse and strange as a Victorian contortionist; a devilishly hungry lost ancestor; a fortune-telling hand; a Mithraic sect; and the founder of a school who leaves quite an impression on his pupils and faculty. Four of the stories in the collection see their first publication here: 'Ventura to San Diego to Foothill'; 'The Limber Man'; 'A Man to My Wounding'; and 'What Would Mr Raven Say?' 400 copies printed.

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Heathcliff's Tale (signed by the author)., Tennant,  Emma
368 Tennant, EmmaHeathcliff's Tale (signed by the author). 16124
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2005.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Supernatural ghost novel of the haunting of Henry Newby, a hapless young lawyer despatched to Haworth Parsonage shortly after the death of Emile Bronte to retrieve a novel for his uncle. 500 copies printed. SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.

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Michael Marshall Smith: An Annotated Bibliography., Tidhar,  Lavie
369 Tidhar, LavieMichael Marshall Smith: An Annotated Bibliography. 12476
PS Publishing: Harrogate. 2004.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Compiled by Lavie Tidhar: 78 pages. With extensive notes and commentary from the author. LIMITED HARDCOVER: 200 numbered hardcover copies signed by Michael Marshall Smith.

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Tomb Of Terror Volume One: Harvey Horrors Collected Works., TOMB OF TERRORS,  (foreword by Stephen Jones)
370 TOMB OF TERRORS, (foreword by Stephen Jones)Tomb Of Terror Volume One: Harvey Horrors Collected Works. 32811
PS Publishing: Harrogate. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Oversize hardcover.
Volume One. Reprints in full colour the first six issues (June 1952 - November 1952) of TOMBS OF TERROR horror comic (''tales beyond belief and imagination!''), with a foreword by Stephen Jones and additional colour art by Randy Broecker.

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Ghosts & Other Lovers (52 lettered signed/slipcased copies)., Tuttle,  Lisa
371 Tuttle, LisaGhosts & Other Lovers (52 lettered signed/slipcased copies). 08370
Sarob Press: Wales. 2002.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Short story collection bringing together many of her uncollected stories written in the 1980s & 1990s; 'stories about strange relationships, with ghosts, with lovers, and with ghostly lovers.' Contents : In Jealousy, Mr Elphinstone's Hands, From Another Country, The Walled Garden, Lucy Maria, The Extra Hour, Where the Stones Grow, White Lady's Grave, Soul Song, Food Man, Manskin Womanskin, Turning Thirty & Haunts. Introduction by the author. LETTERED EDITION: from a total of 302 hardcover copies printed this is one of 52 lettered copies, signed by the author and slipcased.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket and slipcase (as new).

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Camp Desolation And An Eschatology Of Salt (100-copy signed/limited hardcover + dj)., Uncle River,
372 Uncle River,Camp Desolation And An Eschatology Of Salt (100-copy signed/limited hardcover + dj). 25519
PS Publishing: Harrogate. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Introduction by Don Webb. LIMITED EDITION: from a total printing of 600 hardcover copies, this is one of 100 numbered copies with dustjacket signed by the author and Don Webb.

''a nuke, thankfully abortive, or a line of them hidden, to blow up Panama. To save the world from an Ice Age, when Global Warming stops the Gulf Stream. Who does such things? What if suicide bombings are not about hate after all? Not about ideology, nor any particular religion? Not even about despair at society's bottom? What if the bombers are better enough off to emerge from the other side of despair, expressing an idealism that forgets to be human? Is this what motivates Shandra Stuart and her motley group?''.


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Counting Tadpoles: Stories., Uncle River,
373 Uncle River,Counting Tadpoles: Stories. 27214
PS Publishing: Harrogate. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Short story collection: introduction by Stanley Schmidt. 282 pages.

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A Country Still All Mystery (signed & dated)., Valentine,  Mark
374 Valentine, MarkA Country Still All Mystery (signed & dated). 42769
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2017.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
306 pages. Collection of essays. Limited to 300 hardcover copies. MY COPIES SIGNED & DATED BY THE AUTHOR.

''the English landscape was made . . . not just for food and shelter and pleasure, but also for the journey of the soul. There is a field of supernatural stories set in this 'other' country, the country of the spirit. In A Country Still All Mystery, Mark Valentine explores how certain writers have used their fiction to convey the idea of numinous terrain, places where we might at any moment stray into the realms of the unearthly and uncanny. These essays continue similar literary and antiquarian themes to his well-received earlier volume, Haunted By Books (2015). When and where was the last wolf seen in England? Why were certain lonely houses left beyond parish boundaries? Is there a missing book by T.E. Lawrence? What was the secret history of Cope & Fenwick, liturgical publishers? What became of the original Tower of Moab?''.


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Star Kites: Poems And Versions (signed by the author)., Valentine,  Mark
375 Valentine, MarkStar Kites: Poems And Versions (signed by the author). 33957
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2013.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Mark's first collection of poems, drawing on the sources that have inspired his acclaimed short stories - oneiric and otherworldly, and inexplicably beautiful. The poems evoke half-lit figures and images, seen in smoke, shadow, sun-haze and stone, and moments when the visible world does not quite cohere. Also offered are versions of poems by previously unheard European voices. 250 copies hardcover copies printed, all signed by the author.

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The Nightfarers., Valentine,  Mark
376 Valentine, MarkThe Nightfarers. 36790
Ex Occidente Press: Romania. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Collects fourteen supernatural stories: 192 pages. There were two (very different) dustjacket designs (no priority) - this is green with white lettering.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

Price: 125.00 GBP
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The Collected Connoisseur., Valentine,  Mark (& John Howard)
377 Valentine, Mark (& John Howard)The Collected Connoisseur. 27723
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Collects all the stories from two earlier collections - In Violet Veils (1999) and Masques And Citadels (2003) - plus four additional stories: 306 pages. New two page introduction by Mark Valentine.

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Wormwood #16: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
378 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood #16: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 29822
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Issue 16. 92 pages: includes articles on Vincent O'Sullivan, H. T. W. Bousfield, Charles Allston Collins, Carl Jacobi and William Walker Hamilton, and book reviews by Reggie Oliver.

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Wormwood #19: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
379 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood #19: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 33213
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2012.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue no 19. 92 pages: includes articles on Dennis Wheatley, Bram Stoker and other material, plus book reviews by Reggie Oliver and Douglas A. Anderson.

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Wormwood no 12: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
380 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 12: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 25320
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2009.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Twelfth issue of jjournal devoted to the discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature: 92 pages. In this issue, articles on Harlan Ellison (by Joel Lane), Wilkie Collins (by Albert Power), William Hope Hodgson (by Benjamin Szumskyi), Edward Lucas White (by Michael Barrett), Peter Vansittart (by Mark Valentine, and much else.

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Wormwood no 17: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
381 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 17: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 31356
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2011.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue no 17. 92 pages: includes articles on H. P. Lovecraft (''World Gone Wrong: H. P. Lovecraft's Mythology Of Loss, Part 1'', by Joel Lane), Ernest Bramah, Donald Armour and James Doig, plus book reviews by Reggie Oliver and Douglas A. Anderson.

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Wormwood no 22: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
382 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 22: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 36968
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2014.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
22nd issue: 92 pages. Includes articles on A. C. Benson, Henry C. Mercer, M. R. James, George Gissing and James Elroy Flecker.

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Wormwood no 23: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
383 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 23: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 37595
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2014 (Autumn).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
23rd issue: 92 pages. Includes pieces on Charles Williams and Thomas Tessier.

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Wormwood no 24: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
384 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 24: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 38791
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2015.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue no 24. 92 pages: includes articles on Robert Aickman's ''The Trains'', Richard Marsh, Zuleika Dobson, John Buchan's ''The Dancing Floor'', the supernatural tales of Sir Andrew Caldecott, (regular columns) plus book reviews by Reggie Oliver and Douglas A. Anderson.

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Wormwood no 25: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
385 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..

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Wormwood no 26: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
386 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 26: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 40703
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2016.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Issue no 26. 90 pages: includes articles on Rudyard Kipling, Robert Hugh Benson and D. K. Broster: contributors including Daniel Watt, Mark Samuels, Colin Insole and John Howard, plus book reviews (regular columns) by Reggie Oliver, Douglas A. Anderson and John Howard..

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Wormwood no 27: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
387 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.)
388 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..

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Wormwood no 2: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
389 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 2: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 13654
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2004 (Spring).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Second issue of journal devoted to the discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature: 92 pages. Articles on Oliver Onions, Clark Ashton Smith and Francis Stephens (among others), articles by Brian W. Aldiss, Brian Stableford and Philip Pullman (among others).

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Wormwood no 3: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
390 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 3: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 11835
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2004 (Autumn).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Third issue of jjournal devoted to the discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature: 92 pages. This issue includes Joel Lane on Cornell Woolrich, John Howard on Hugh Walpole, Andy Sawyer on John Wyndham, Mervyn Peake plus much more.

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Wormwood no 5,  Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
391 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 5, Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 17414
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2005.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Fifth issue of jjournal devoted to the discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature: 92 pages. Contains an unpublished Robert Aickman story (*The Fully-Conducted Tour*), Joel Lane on Ray Bradbury, Jeff Gardiner on Algernon Blackwood, an article on Poe and Hoffman, plus much more: 92 pages.

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Wormwood no 7,  Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
392 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 7, Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 19577
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2006 (Autumn).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Seventh issue of jjournal devoted to the discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature: 92 pages. Articles on G. K. Chesteron, William Beckford ('Vathek'), Josef Simanek ('Czech Pagan Fantasist'), Henry Kuttner (the Elak sword and sorcery stories from Weird Tales), Paul Leppin ('The Ghost Of Prague') an unpublished Sarban 'fragment' ('Agorit'), plus regular columns by Brian Stableford and Douglas A. Anderson.

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Wormwood no 8,  Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
393 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 8, Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 20384
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2007.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Eighth issue of jjournal devoted to the discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature: 90 pages. Includes articles on Theodore Sturgeon (by Joel Lane), Herbert Read's The Green Child, Higuchi Ichiyo (by Quentin S. Crisp), Lautreamont, C. L. Moore, ''Long Live Degenerate Art'', plus regular columns from Brian Stableford (The Decadent World-View) and Douglas A. Anderson (Late Reviews).

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Wormwood no 9: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent., Valentine,  Mark (ed.)
394 Valentine, Mark (ed.)Wormwood no 9: Literature Of The Fantastic, Supernatural and Decadent. 22106
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2007 (Autumn).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Trade paperback original.
Ninth issue of the journal devoted to the discussion of authors, books and themes in the fields of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent in literature: 92 pages. This issue includes articles on David Lindsay, Le Fanu, Count Jan Potocki, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Phyllis Paul and Georges Rodenbach, plus regular columns by Brian Stableford and Douglas A. Anderson.

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Time, A Falconer: A Study Of Sarban., Valentine,  Mark (Sarban)
395 Valentine, Mark (Sarban)Time, A Falconer: A Study Of Sarban. 29030
Tartarus Press: North Yorkshire. 2010.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Biography of the author Sarban by Mark Valentine: 138 pages.

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A Room To Die In., Vance,  Jack (writing as
396 Vance, Jack (writing as "Ellery Queen")A Room To Die In. 00833
Kinnell: London. 1987.
First hardcover edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Detective novel first published as a paperback original under the Ellery Queen pseudonym in 1965.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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The Madman Theory (+ 2 variant dustjackets)., Vance,  Jack (writing as
397 Vance, Jack (writing as "Ellery Queen")The Madman Theory (+ 2 variant dustjackets). 11492
Kinnell: London. 1988.
First hardcover edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Detective novel first published as a paperback original under the Ellery Queen pseudonym in 1966. First hardcover edition. The dustjackets were initially printed up as 'The MAD MAN THEORY (four words) and although these were pulped and then reprinted with the correct title THE MADMAN THEORY three words), this copy has BOTH dustjackets.

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Sinister Romance: Collected Ghost Stories., Vorse,  Mary Heaton
398 Vorse, Mary HeatonSinister Romance: Collected Ghost Stories. 08445
Ash-Tree Press. 2002.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Edited and with an introduction by Jesica Amands Salmonson. Collects seven supernatural stories by the author (1874-1966). 500 copies printed.

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Exorcisms And Ecstacies (inscribed by editor Stephen Jones)., Wagner,  Karl Edward
399 Wagner, Karl EdwardExorcisms And Ecstacies (inscribed by editor Stephen Jones). 18055
Fedogan & Bremer: Minneapolis. 1997.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Posthumously published collection of thirty stories, edited by Stephen Jones: 458 pages. Includes introductions, appreciations and reminiscences by Peter Straub, Ramsey Campbell and Jenny Campbell, Frances Wellman, David J. Schow, David Drake, James R. Wagner and Brian Lumley, plus bibliography. INSCRIBED BY EDITOR STEPHEN JONES TO UK HORROR WRITER/''For - - , I hope you never have a book like this! Your friend Stephen Jones''.

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Imagine A Man In A Box., Wakefield,  H. R.
400 Wakefield, H. R.Imagine A Man In A Box. 00966
Ash-Tree Press. 1997.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Hardcover.
Reprints the thirteen ghost stories found in the original 1931 edition of the same title, with a new six-page introduction by Barbara Roden, and a bibliographical afterword by Jack Adrian. 500 copies printed.

Fine copy in a fine dustjacket (as new).

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