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New Worlds no 15 (vol 5 no 15)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
351 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 15 (vol 5 no 15). 43013
Nova Publications: London. 1952.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 15 (May 1952). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Near fine (NF) copy.

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New Worlds no 15 (vol 5 no 15)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
352 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 15 (vol 5 no 15). 43012
Nova Publications: London. 1952.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 15 (May 1952). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

Price: 25.00 GBP
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New Worlds no 16 (vol 6 no 16)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
353 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 16 (vol 6 no 16). 43015
Nova Publications: London. 1952.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 16 (July 1952). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 16 (vol 6 no 16)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
354 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 16 (vol 6 no 16). 43014
Nova Publications: London. 1952.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 16 (July 1952). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 17 (vol 6 no 17)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
355 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 17 (vol 6 no 17). 43017
Nova Publications: London. 1952.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 17 (September 1952). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 17 (vol 6 no 17)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
356 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 17 (vol 6 no 17). 43016
Nova Publications: London. 1952.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 17 (September 1952). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 18 (vol 6 no 18)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
357 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 18 (vol 6 no 18). 43018
Nova Publications: London. 1952.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 18 (November 1952). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 19 (vol 7 no 19)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
358 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 19 (vol 7 no 19). 43021
Nova Publications: London. 1953.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 19 (January 1953). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Spine wear at both ends, page edges browning, a near fine (NF) copy.

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New Worlds no 19 (vol 7 no 19)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
359 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 19 (vol 7 no 19). 43020
Nova Publications: London. 1953.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 19 (January 1953). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 20 (vol 7 no 20)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
360 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 20 (vol 7 no 20). 43023
Nova Publications: London. 1953.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 20 (March 1953). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Page edges browning, light spine wear including a small split (2cm) along top spine edge, a VG+ copy.

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New Worlds no 20 (vol 7 no 20)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
361 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 20 (vol 7 no 20). 43022
Nova Publications: London. 1953.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 20 (March 1953). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 21 (vol 7 no 21)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
362 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 21 (vol 7 no 21). 43024
Nova Publications: London. 1953.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 21 (June 1953). Title changed to NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION from this issue onwards.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 22 (vol 8 no 22)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
363 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 22 (vol 8 no 22). 43027
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 22.. Title changed to NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION from this issue onwards. Includes Arthur C. Clarke's short story ''The Sentinel'' (which had appeared several years earlier as ''Sentinel of Eternity'' in the Spring 1951 issue of 10 Story Fantasy), very loosely the basis for the film 2001: A Space Odyssey.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Bottom spine edge (2cm) torn, else a near fine (NF) copy.

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New Worlds no 23 (vol 8 no 23)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
364 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 23 (vol 8 no 23). 43029
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 23 (May 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Price sticker on front cover, page edges a little browned, a near fine (NF) copy.

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New Worlds no 23 (vol 8 no 23)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
365 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 23 (vol 8 no 23). 43028
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 23 (May 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 25 (vol 9 no 25)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
366 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 25 (vol 9 no 25). 43030
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 25 (July 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 26 (vol 9 no 26)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
367 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 26 (vol 9 no 26). 43032
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Pulp Magazine.
Issue no 26 (August) 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 26 (vol 9 no 26)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
368 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 26 (vol 9 no 26). 43033
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 26 (August) 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Page edges a little browned, else a fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 27 (vol 9 no 27)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
369 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 27 (vol 9 no 27). 43035
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 27 (September 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 27 (vol 9 no 27)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
370 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 27 (vol 9 no 27). 43036
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 27 (September 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 28 (vol 10 no 28)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
371 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 28 (vol 10 no 28). 43037
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 28 (October 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Almost fine (NF) copy.

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New Worlds no 30 (vol 10 no 30)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
372 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 30 (vol 10 no 30). 43038
Nova Publications: London. 1954.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 30 (December 1954).. Full title is NEW WORLDS SCIENCE FICTION

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Inked price "30" in red on front cover, small chip to top front corner tip, else a near fine (NF) copy.

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New Worlds no 5 (vol 2 no 5)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
373 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 5 (vol 2 no 5). 42994
Nova Publications: London. 1949.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 5. Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future. Includes ''The Forgotten Enemy'' by Arthur C. Clarke and ''Time To Rest'' by John Wyndham (writing as ''John Beynon'').

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 6 (vol 2 no 6)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
374 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 6 (vol 2 no 6). 42995
Nova Publications: London. 1950.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 6 (Spring, 1950). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Near fine (NF) copy.

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New Worlds no 7 (vol 3 no 7)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
375 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 7 (vol 3 no 7). 42996
Nova Publications: London. 1950.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 7 (Summer, 1950). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Small chip (1cm) along bottom spine edge, a NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 8 (vol 3 no 8)., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. John Carnell)
376 NEW WORLDS, (ed. John Carnell)New Worlds no 8 (vol 3 no 8). 42997
Nova Publications: London. 1950.
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Issue no 8 (Winter, 1950). Subtitled: Fiction Of The Future. Includes ''Guardian Angel'' by Arthur C. Clarke.

''the leading UK sf magazine, publishing 220-odd issues over an intermittent career of over fifty years, beginning with the first issue in July 1946. The first three issues were pulp-size, published irregularly by Pendulum in 1946 - 1947 under the editorship of sf fan, John Carnell. Nova Publications, a publishing group formed by UK sf fans who used to meet at the White Horse pub in London, revived this somewhat tentative 1946 - 1947 magazine in 1949 as a digest. Carnell remained in charge until #141 (April 1964), after which the title was taken over by Roberts & Vinter, publishers of Compact Books, who issued it in a paperback edition, edited by Michael Moorcock. After #172 (March 1967) it was published by Moorcock under the auspices of the Arts Council in a stapled 8in x 11in (approx A4) format, rising to bedsheet-size with #179, ending with #201. There have been further (irregular) issues since then, but for the greater part of the period from #22 to #200 the magazine maintained a monthly schedule with only occasional lapses'' (Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy.

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New Worlds no 151., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. Michael Moorcock)
377 NEW WORLDS, (ed. Michael Moorcock)New Worlds no 151. 42310
Roberts & Vinter, Ltd/Compact: London. 1965 (June).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Issue 151 (June 1965). Subtitled: New Worlds SF.

Spine lean, page edges browning, a VG copy.

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New Worlds no 158., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. Michael Moorcock)
378 NEW WORLDS, (ed. Michael Moorcock)New Worlds no 158. 42309
Roberts & Vinter, Ltd/Compact: London. 1966 (January).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Issue 158 (January 1966). Subtitled: New Worlds SF.

Spine lean, page edges browning, a VG copy.

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New Worlds no 162., NEW WORLDS,  (ed. Michael Moorcock)
379 NEW WORLDS, (ed. Michael Moorcock)New Worlds no 162. 42308
Roberts & Vinter, Ltd/Compact: London. 1966 (May).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Issue 162 (May 1966). Subtitled: New Worlds SF.

Spine lean, VG copy with the signature of John Clute on the first page.

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New Worlds Quarterly 4, NEW WORLDS,  (ed. Michael Moorcock)
380 NEW WORLDS, (ed. Michael Moorcock)New Worlds Quarterly 4 42538
Sphere: London. 1972.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Original anthology. After the final (subscribers only) magazine issue #201 in 1970, the title was picked up and continued for ten further ''issues'' as a quarterly paperback original (firstly with eight from Sphere and a further two from Corgi, the first five edited by Moorcock alone, the remaining co-edited with/by others), making ten paperback volumes in all. These paperbacks were numbered 1 - 10. Subsequently when New Worlds continued again as a fanzine for a few more issues from 1976 (the first numbered 212), these ten paperback issues were considered as no 202 - 211. So New Words Quarterly 4 would be whole issue no 205.

Page edges browned, covers creased, a VG copy.

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Strange Invaders (Point SF)., Nicholls,  Stan
381 Nicholls, StanStrange Invaders (Point SF). 32887
Scholastic: London. 1995.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Young Adult sf novel. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR.

Fine (as new) copy.

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Inconstant Moon., Niven,  Larry
382 Niven, LarryInconstant Moon. 05378
Sphere Books. 1974.
First edition thus (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Originally published with twelve sf stories (including the title story which wom the Hugo Award for best short story in 1972), this abridged edition drops five stories. Note: on the copyright page it states:''The original edition of this book contained twelve stories. This Sphere edition contains eleven''. Actually this Sphere edition contains only seven stories.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Marauders Of Gor., Norman,  John
383 Norman, JohnMarauders Of Gor. 37014
Daw Books: NY. 1975.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Part of the Gor sf/fantasy series. Daw 141.

''his fiction mainly comprises a series of borderline-sf planetary romances set on Gor, a planet sharing Earth's orbit but - because it is on the other side of the Sun - always invisible to us. This astrophysical impossibility is never argued in the texts, which might consequently read as either antiquarian sf or fantasy were it not that the development of the series precludes any reading of Gor as an exercise in sf nostalgia while at the same time demonstrating its great remove from category fantasy. In Tarnsman of Gor (1966), as the series begins, Earthman Tarl Cabot abruptly finds himself on Gor, where - after the fashion of Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom novels - he undergoes numerous adventures, alarms, fights and romances of a sword-sorcery nature. However, as the series progresses, the plots begin to revolve around a singularly invariant sexual fantasy in which a proud woman - often abducted for the purpose from Earth - is humiliated, stripped, bound, beaten, raped, branded and enslaved, invariably discovering in the process that she enjoys total submission to a dominant male, and can derive proper sexual satisfaction only from this regime. Later volumes feature interminable discussions which end, invariably, in an affirmation of the Gorean status quo. The sequence, now terminated, includes: Outlaw of Gor (1967) and Priest-Kings of Gor (1968), both assembled with Tarnsman of Gor as Gor Omnibus (omni 1972 UK); Nomads of Gor (1969); Assassin of Gor (1970); Raiders of Gor (1971); Captive of Gor (1972); Hunters of Gor (1974); Marauders of Gor (1975); Tribesmen of Gor (1976); Slave Girl of Gor (1977); Beasts of Gor (1978); Explorers of Gor (1979); Fighting Slave of Gor (1980); Rogue of Gor (1981); Guardsman of Gor (1981); Savages of Gor (1982); Blood Brothers of Gor (1982); KAJIRA OF GOR (1983); Players of Gor (1984); Mercenaries of Gor (1985); Dancer of Gor (1985); Renegades of Gor (1986); Vagabonds of Gor (1987); and Magicians of Gor (1988)'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF).


Page edges browning, rear cover corner crease, a VG copy.

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Slave Girl Of Gor., Norman,  John
384 Norman, JohnSlave Girl Of Gor. 11395
Daw Books: NY. 1977.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
11th book in the sf/fantasy Gor series. Daw 232.

''his fiction mainly comprises a series of borderline-sf planetary romances set on Gor, a planet sharing Earth's orbit but - because it is on the other side of the Sun - always invisible to us. This astrophysical impossibility is never argued in the texts, which might consequently read as either antiquarian sf or fantasy were it not that the development of the series precludes any reading of Gor as an exercise in sf nostalgia while at the same time demonstrating its great remove from category fantasy. In Tarnsman of Gor (1966), as the series begins, Earthman Tarl Cabot abruptly finds himself on Gor, where - after the fashion of Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom novels - he undergoes numerous adventures, alarms, fights and romances of a sword-sorcery nature. However, as the series progresses, the plots begin to revolve around a singularly invariant sexual fantasy in which a proud woman - often abducted for the purpose from Earth - is humiliated, stripped, bound, beaten, raped, branded and enslaved, invariably discovering in the process that she enjoys total submission to a dominant male, and can derive proper sexual satisfaction only from this regime. Later volumes feature interminable discussions which end, invariably, in an affirmation of the Gorean status quo. The sequence, now terminated, includes: Outlaw of Gor (1967) and Priest-Kings of Gor (1968), both assembled with Tarnsman of Gor as Gor Omnibus (omni 1972 UK); Nomads of Gor (1969); Assassin of Gor (1970); Raiders of Gor (1971); Captive of Gor (1972); Hunters of Gor (1974); Marauders of Gor (1975); Tribesmen of Gor (1976); Slave Girl of Gor (1977); Beasts of Gor (1978); Explorers of Gor (1979); Fighting Slave of Gor (1980); Rogue of Gor (1981); Guardsman of Gor (1981); Savages of Gor (1982); Blood Brothers of Gor (1982); KAJIRA OF GOR (1983); Players of Gor (1984); Mercenaries of Gor (1985); Dancer of Gor (1985); Renegades of Gor (1986); Vagabonds of Gor (1987); and Magicians of Gor (1988)'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF).


Near fine (NF) copy.

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Tribesmen Of Gor., Norman,  John
385 Norman, JohnTribesmen Of Gor. 37032
Daw Books: NY. 1976.
3rd printing.
Paperback original.
10th book in the sf/fantasy Gor series. Daw 185.

''his fiction mainly comprises a series of borderline-sf planetary romances set on Gor, a planet sharing Earth's orbit but - because it is on the other side of the Sun - always invisible to us. This astrophysical impossibility is never argued in the texts, which might consequently read as either antiquarian sf or fantasy were it not that the development of the series precludes any reading of Gor as an exercise in sf nostalgia while at the same time demonstrating its great remove from category fantasy. In Tarnsman of Gor (1966), as the series begins, Earthman Tarl Cabot abruptly finds himself on Gor, where - after the fashion of Edgar Rice Burroughs's Barsoom novels - he undergoes numerous adventures, alarms, fights and romances of a sword-sorcery nature. However, as the series progresses, the plots begin to revolve around a singularly invariant sexual fantasy in which a proud woman - often abducted for the purpose from Earth - is humiliated, stripped, bound, beaten, raped, branded and enslaved, invariably discovering in the process that she enjoys total submission to a dominant male, and can derive proper sexual satisfaction only from this regime. Later volumes feature interminable discussions which end, invariably, in an affirmation of the Gorean status quo. The sequence, now terminated, includes: Outlaw of Gor (1967) and Priest-Kings of Gor (1968), both assembled with Tarnsman of Gor as Gor Omnibus (omni 1972 UK); Nomads of Gor (1969); Assassin of Gor (1970); Raiders of Gor (1971); Captive of Gor (1972); Hunters of Gor (1974); Marauders of Gor (1975); Tribesmen of Gor (1976); Slave Girl of Gor (1977); Beasts of Gor (1978); Explorers of Gor (1979); Fighting Slave of Gor (1980); Rogue of Gor (1981); Guardsman of Gor (1981); Savages of Gor (1982); Blood Brothers of Gor (1982); KAJIRA OF GOR (1983); Players of Gor (1984); Mercenaries of Gor (1985); Dancer of Gor (1985); Renegades of Gor (1986); Vagabonds of Gor (1987); and Magicians of Gor (1988)'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF).


Spine lean, VG copy.

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The Time Traders., Norton,  Andre
386 Norton, AndreThe Time Traders. 05740
Ace Books: NY. 1960.
First paperback ediition.
Paperback original.
Ace D-461.

NF/Fine (unread) copy but for a little browning to page edges.

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The Night Of Morningstar., O'Donnell,  Peter
387 O'Donnell, PeterThe Night Of Morningstar. 41932
Pan Books: London. 1984.
First paperback edition.
Paperback original.
A Modesty Blaise thriller.

Fine (unread) copy.

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The Xanadu Talisman (Modesty Blaise)., O'Donnell,  Peter
388 O'Donnell, PeterThe Xanadu Talisman (Modesty Blaise). 41947
Pan Books: London. 1982.
First paperback edition.
Paperback original.
A Modesty Blaise thriller.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Off Beat Detective Story Magazine vol 2 no 6., OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE,
389 OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE,Off Beat Detective Story Magazine vol 2 no 6. 38325
Pontiac Publishing Corp: Holyoke, MA. 1959 (January).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Volume 2, number 6 (January 1959). Octavo, single issue, cover illustration by Carl Pfeufer, pictorial wrappers. Mystery magazine which emphasized sex and violence. Note: previously titled SURE FIRE DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE for nine issues from 1956-1958, with a title change to OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE from the September 1958 issue (with no change in volume numbering) for a further 26 issues till May 1963. See Cook, Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines, pp. 394-96.

Tiny nick in front cover, a NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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Off Beat Detective Story Magazine vol 3 no 6., OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE,
390 OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE,Off Beat Detective Story Magazine vol 3 no 6. 38327
Pontiac Publishing Corp: Holyoke, MA. 1960 (January).
First edition.
Digest magazine.
Volume 3, number (January 1960). Octavo, single issue, cover illustration by Carl Pfeufer, pictorial wrappers. Mystery magazine which emphasized sex and violence. Note: previously titled SURE FIRE DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE for nine issues from 1956-1958, with a title change to OFF BEAT DETECTIVE STORY MAGAZINE from the September 1958 issue (with no change in volume numbering) for a further 26 issues till May 1963. See Cook, Mystery, Detective, and Espionage Magazines, pp. 394-96.

A NF/Fine (unread) copy.

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Village Of Vampires., Offinoski,  Steven
391 Offinoski, StevenVillage Of Vampires. 30642
Bantam Books: NY. 1982.
First American paperback edition.
Paperback original.
Slim 60-page young adult vampire paperback.

Page edges browning, inner cover browned, else a fine copy.

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Village Of Vampires., Offinoski,  Steven
392 Offinoski, StevenVillage Of Vampires. 30722
John Murray: London. 1979.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
''A Bestellers Book''. Very uncommon UK paperback.

Page edges discoloured, back cover (white) a little dust soiled and creased, bookshop inkstamp and price scribble on first page, else a VG copy.

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Cormac Mac Art: Sword Of The Gael., Offutt,  Andrew J.
393 Offutt, Andrew J.Cormac Mac Art: Sword Of The Gael. 26834
Zebra Books: Kensington. 1975.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Heroic fantasy ''in the tradition of Conan''. Jeff Jones cover art.

Near fine (NF) copy.

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My Lord Barbarian., Offutt,  Andrew J.
394 Offutt, Andrew J.My Lord Barbarian. 37741
Magnum: London. 1979.
First British edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Heroic fantasy.

Near fine (NF) copy.

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The Mists Of Doom (Cormac Mac Art)., Offutt,  Andrew J.
395 Offutt, Andrew J.The Mists Of Doom (Cormac Mac Art). 41946
Ace Books: NY. 1980.
First edition (& 1st printing).
Paperback original.
Novel based on ''Robewrt E. Howard's other hero - mightier than Conan? - Cormac Mac Art''.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Shadows In The Sun., Oliver,  Chad
396 Oliver, ChadShadows In The Sun. 03249
Four Square: London. 1965.
First British paperback edition.
Paperback original.
SF novel.

''set in Texas, describes with some vividness its protagonist's discovery that all the inhabitants of a small town are aliens, that it may be possible for Earth to gain galactic citizenship, and that he can work for that goal by living an exemplary life on his home planet'' (John Clute/Encyclopedia of SF).


Fine (unread) copy but for page edges slightly browning.

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The Scarlet Pimpernel., Orczy,  Baroness
397 Orczy, BaronessThe Scarlet Pimpernel. 33287
Hodder & Stoughton: London. 1951.
Reprint.
Paperback original.
First published in 1912. This reprint states ''THIS EDITION RESET 1951'' on the copyright page.

Fine (unread) copy but for slight spine edge wear.

Price: 8.00 GBP
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Paperback Parade no 15: Special Noir Pb Issue., Papadimitriou,  Christos H.
398 Papadimitriou, Christos H.Paperback Parade no 15: Special Noir Pb Issue. 38604
Gryphon Publications: NY. 1989 (October).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled wrappers.
The Magazine For Paperback Readers And Collectors. 48 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Paperback Parade no 16: Richard Prather Special Issue., PAPERBACK PARADE,  (ed. Gary Lovisi)
399 PAPERBACK PARADE, (ed. Gary Lovisi)Paperback Parade no 16: Richard Prather Special Issue. 38605
Gryphon Books: NY. 1990 (January).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled pictorial wrappers.
The Magazine For Paperback Readers And Collectors. 48 pages.

Fine (unread) copy.

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Paperback Parade no 56., PAPERBACK PARADE,  (ed. Gary Lovisi)
400 PAPERBACK PARADE, (ed. Gary Lovisi)Paperback Parade no 56. 25836
Gryphon Books: NY. 2001 (July).
First edition (& 1st printing).
Stapled wrappers.
The Magazine For Paperback Readers And Collectors. This issue has an article on collecting UK paperback editions of Hank Janson. 112 pages.

Fine copy.

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