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    Rapp & Whiting - First Edition Hardcover               Dobson - First Edition Hardcover




                                               TPB - B                                                                     TOR  - First Edition Hardcover


                                                                                                TPB's                                                                                                                                                TPB - B  

'He Do the Time Police in Different Voices' collects 25 sf/fantasy/horror parodies and pastiches (plus introductory material containing several more brief skits) by David Langford. This includes the whole of the short 1988 collection 'The Dragonhiker's Guide to Battlefield Covenant at Dune's Edge: Odyssey Two', with some 40,000 words of added material bringing the total to over 70,000 words. Includes:

Xanthopsia" by P**rs Anth*ny (original to this collection)

"Tales of the Black Scriveners" by Is**c As*m*v (original to this collection)

"Duel of Words" by Fr*nk H*rb*rt (SFinx, 1983)

"The Gutting" by A.N. Horrorauthor (adapted extract from the then unpublished Guts, 2001)

"The Mad Gods' Omelette" by M*ch**l M**rc*ck (White Dwarf, 1984)

"Jellyfish" by D*m*n R*ny*n (Knave, 1985)

"Lost Event Horizon" by E.E. Sm*th, attrib. (generic space opera pastiche, Imagine, 1984)

"The Spawn of Non-Q" by A.E. v*n V*gt (original to this collection)

"Outbreak" by J*m*s Wh*te -- The Last Sector General Story (A Novacon Garland, Birmingham SF Group, 1985)    

Some truly amusing stuff here.

Wildside Press TPB



                                                                                                                      Subterranean Press - Signed/Limited Editions Hardcover


        Subterranean Press - Signed/Limited Edition Hardcover


                                                                                                      TPB - B



Lebbon,Tim -Tales of Noreela Series:


                                                         Bantam - First Edition TPB’s                                             Subterranean Press - Signed/Limited Hardcover                             B-Format


                                                                                     B - Formats    


                                                                                     B - Formats                                                 


                                                                                                                                  Book Club Hardcover                                                                                    TPB     


       NESFA - First Edition Hardcover    

Canopus in Argos Series:


                                                                                                                  Jonathan Cape - First Editions Hardcover

Jonathan Lethem’s first novel, Gun, with Occasional Music, is a merging of science fiction and the Chandleresque detective story, which includes talking kangaroos, radical futuristic versions of the drug scene, and cryogenic prisons. The novel was published in 1994 by Harcourt Brace, with a distinctive aged pulp dust jacket, in what Lethem later described as a "delirious" experience. The novel was released to little initial fanfare, but an enthusiastic review in Newsweek, which declared Gun an "audaciously assured first novel", catapulted the book to wider commercial success. We certainly enjoyed this one.  Gun, with Occasional Music was a finalist for the 1994 Nebula Award, it was the Winner of the Crawford Award for best fantasy novel and the Locus Award for best first novel of the year.  Here’s our signed copy.




                      Easton Press Edition   


             Rupert Hart-davis - First Edition Hardcover                                  Gollancz - First Edition Hardcover                                                              TPB


                                                                                                                                               TPB - B   




Bentley Little has forged a name for himself as one of the most startlingly original authors in contemporary horror. His subversion of genre tropes and talent for creating surreal, Boschian-like nightmares from the mundane is without parallel. Herein you'll meet: the mischievous 'Rodeo Clown', who may very well be evil incarnate, or perhaps little more than an innocent bystander in a ring of coincidence; a man obsessed with dental hygiene to the point of stalking, in 'Brushing'; a cynic forced to tag along on an ill-advised trip to a faith healer in 'Documented Miracles'; a demented birthday girl whose equally demented birthday wishes are about to come true, in 'Happy Birthday, Dear Tama'; a family on the run from cartoonists in search of their god, in 'Loony Tune'; and a man who pays the ultimate price for circumventing a parking attendant in the never before published, 'Valet Parking'. Rounding out the collection are 'The Black Ladies' and 'The Pinata', a pair of unsettling stories culled from childhood nightmares, and the surprisingly poignant 'Even the Dead', which documents the last days of a tender partnership between two friends, only one of whom is still alive.

  Subterranean Press - Signed/Limited Hardcover  

The Mailman by Bentley Little

It's the first day of summer in a small American town. We meet a school teacher, his wife, and their young son, Billy. One thing, one seemingly minor thing, goes wrong. And all that was safe and ordinary slowly unravels into nightmare. This familiar premise for the contemporary horror novel has rarely, if ever, been developed so brilliantly as in Bentley Little's The Mailman. A tall, pale postal carrier with carrot-red hair may seem an unlikely candidate for the embodiment of evil, but Little reveals the personality behind the mailman's ever-present smile with such finesse, you'll be more than happy to fall under his spell. By the time the frightened town folk are chanting, "No mail! No mail! No mail! No mail!"--and Billy ends up half-naked in a dark room, next to a soiled wedding dress--you'll be jumping right out of your skin.

The 2015 Cemetery Dance trade hardcover edition


                                                                Head Zeus - Signed/Limited Editions Hardcover                                                                                                      TPB

A scientific invention makes it possible to virtually travel back in time and witness historical events.  It is only possible to witness it once from the same perspective, because the process eats up the record.  The inventor and her husband draw attention to the atrocities of Unit 731 during WWII.  They hope that eyewitnesses will shut down denialists.  But Chinese versus Japanese, and U.S. politics start their own games.

The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary, by Ken Liu, first appeared in Panverse Three, September 2011.  The story was a Nebula, Hugo, and Sturgeon finalist.

The WSFA Press edition of The Man Who Ended History: A Documentary is a signed, limited edition of 500 copies, with cover and four interior illustrations by Galen Dara.  This edition also contains the bonus short story: "Lecture 14: Concerning the Event Cloaking Device and Practical Applications Thereof".  The book is signed by both Ken Liu and Galen Dara.

Limited: 500 signed (by author and artist) copies

The Hidden Girl and Other Stories - Ken Liu

The Goldsboro Books Limited Edition will contain an exclusive 17th short story.

From award-winning author Ken Liu comes his much anticipated second volume of short stories.

Ken Liu is one of the most lauded short story writers of our time. This collection includes a selection of his latest science fiction and fantasy stories over the last five years – sixteen of his best – plus a new novelette.

In addition to these seventeen selections, The Hidden Girl and Other Stories also features an excerpt from book three in the Dandelion Dynasty series, The Veiled Throne.

Head Zeus First Edition Hardcover - signed/limited


                                                                                                  Guild Hardcover


 The Twilight Reign:

Isak is a white-eye, feared and despised in equal measure. Trapped in a life of poverty, hated and abused by his father, Isak dreams of escape, but when his chance comes, it isn't to a place in the army as he'd expected. Instead, the Gods have marked him out as heir-elect to the brooding Lord Bahl, the Lord of the Fahlan.

Lord Bahl is also a white-eye, a genetic rarity that produces men stronger, more savage and more charismatic than their normal counterparts. Their magnetic charm and brute strength both inspires and oppresses others.

Now is the time for revenge, and the forging of empires. With mounting envy and malice the men who would themselves be kings watch Isak, chosen by Gods as flawed as the humans who serve them, as he is shaped and moulded to fulfil the prophecies that are encircling him like scavenger birds. The various factions jostle for the upper hand, and that means violence, but the Gods have been silent too long and that violence is about to spill over and paint the world the colour of spilled blood and guts and pain and anguish . . .




                                                                               Baen - First Editions Hardcover



            Easton Press Edition                                            arco - First Edition Hardcover                                                                        B - Format’s



 Firecrest - First Edition Hardcover                                                       


                                                                               Grosset & Dunlap - Book Club Hardcover                                                   Bantam - First Edition Hardcovers   


                                                                                          B - Formats     



                                                                   Hodder and Stoughton - First Edition Hardcover                                                        TPB

There are the old stories. And then there’s what actually happens.

Kihrin is a bastard orphan who grew up on storybook tales of long-lost princes and grand quests. When he is claimed against his will as the long-lost son of a treasonous prince, Kihrin finds that being a long-lost prince isn't what the storybooks promised.

Far from living the dream, Kihrin finds himself practically a prisoner, at the mercy of his new family's power plays and ambitions. He also discovers that the storybooks have lied about a lot of other things things, too: dragons, demons, gods, prophecies, true love, and how the hero always wins.

Then again, maybe he’s not the hero, for Kihrin isn’t destined to save the empire.

He’s destined to destroy it . . .

TOR signed limited hardcover                                                           

 The Name of All Things (A Chorus of Dragons #2)

You can have everything you want if you sacrifice everything you believe.

Kihrin D'Mon is a wanted man.

Since he destroyed the Stone of Shackles and set demons free across Quur, he has been on the run from the wrath of an entire empire. His attempt to escape brings him into the path of Janel Theranon, a mysterious Joratese woman who claims to know Kihrin.

Janel's plea for help pits Kihrin against all manner of dangers: a secret rebellion, a dragon capable of destroying an entire city, and Kihrin's old enemy, the wizard Relos Var.

Janel believes that Relos Var possesses one of the most powerful artifacts in the world - the Cornerstone called the Name of All Things. And if Janel is right, then there may be nothing in the world that can stop Relos Var from getting what he wants.

And what he wants is Kihrin D'Mon.                                                                                                                    

TOR signed limited hardcover