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Image for AMAZING STORIES. 1936, April—A PROFESSOR JAMESON STORY.

AMAZING STORIES. 1936, April—A PROFESSOR JAMESON STORY.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 476


Leo Morey cover features LABYRINTH—by Neil R. Jones, a PROFESSOR JAMESON story., additional fiction by Edmond Hamilton. Nice copy with fully intact bright white spine. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1933, Dec.

By: N/A

Price: $15.00

Seller ID: 457


NEIL R. JONES—"Time's Mausoleum" cover story. Spine fully intact, cover poorly trimmed, quarter-sized chip missing from front cover; back cover present but detatched.; lightly browned at edges. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1934, October. Click on PULPS in Categories for additional AMAZING, issues.

By: N/A

Price: $60.00

Seller ID: 468


Features a very weird cover by Leo Morey for P. Schuyler Miller's—THE POOL OF LIFE. A V.g. copy. Untrimmed, nice spine. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1935, Aug.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 448


Leo Morey cover for THE GOLDEN PLANETOID by Stanton Coblentz.. V.g. Fully intact spine. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1935, July.

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: 451


Leo Morey cover—INNER WORLD by A. Hyatt Verrill. . NEIL R. JONES and others. Spine fully intact. Small chip else v.g. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1934, DEC.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 452


Morey cove—THE RAPE OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM by Leslie F. Stone. Additional tales by COBLENTZ, NEIL R. JONES. One small chip at spine. V.g. View more info

Image for AMAZING STORIES. 1934, November.

AMAZING STORIES. 1934, November.

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: 470


Cover story, LAND OF TWILIGHT by Robert Page Preston. Nice dinosaur Cover by Morey. V.g.-, View more info

Image for AMAZING STORIES. 1935, May.—DAVID H. KELLER—The White City.

AMAZING STORIES. 1935, May.—DAVID H. KELLER—The White City.

By: N/A

Price: $40.00

Seller ID: 471


Morey cover art for LINERS OF TIME by John Russell Fearn. V.g.+ Fully intact spine. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1936, August. HENRY HASSE—He Who Shrank.

By: N/A

Price: $45.00

Seller ID: 473


There were few notable exceptions to the melodramatic, stereotypic "BEM" Bug Eyed Monster stories which characterized the pre-Golden Age, but THE MAN WHO SHRANK was one of these exceptions. Henry Hasse is little known today, not because his writing was inferior, but only because he was primarily a short-story writer and not a terribly prolific one, publishing less than twenty stories after the 1940's. But he influenced Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov , and was highly regar... View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1937, June.

By: N/A

Price: $35.00

Seller ID: 474


Cover by Leo Morey for MURDER BY ATOM by Joseph W. Skidmore, additional tales by Miles J. Breuer, MD. Vg _ — Near Fine. Nice bright, fully intact spine. View more info

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WE CAN BUILD YOU.

By: (DICK, PHILIP K.)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: London, Severn House: 1988

Edition: [First British Hardcover}

Seller ID: 823


Dick's 3rd novel from his SF Decade where he must've been writing 'round the clock! Phil dedicated this book to Robert Heinlein - "To Robert & Ginny Heinlein, whose kindness to us meant more than ordinary words can answer." Phil was so broke, he and his wife were eating dog food - horsemeat; Heinlein somehow found out and sent him $100 and never asked to be repaid. "Say what you want about Robert Heinlein, but he was a hero to me" - Philip K. Dick in conversation. View more info

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A CRACK IN SPACE

By: (DICK, PHILIP K.)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Wallington, UK, Severn House: 1989

Edition: [First British Hardcover}

Seller ID: 828


An SF novel from the middle his most productive decade - the 1960's. In typical Dick fashion, middle to lower middle class worker discovers a paralell universe. Blue collar workers were often heroes in his fictions; he always identified with the common man. The paper lightly toned - an unavoidable annoyance of these cheap British editions. View more info

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ROBOTS, ANDROIDS, & MECHANICAL ODDITIES The Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick

By: (DICK, Philip K.) Edited by Patricia S. Warrick & Martin H. Greenberg

Price: $125.00

Publisher: Carbondale & Edwardsville, Southern Illinois University Press: 1984

Edition: [First edition]

Seller ID: 831


A collection of fifteen, PKD short stories devoted to the question he posed often: What is human? What is machine? What is the difference? It's an interesting selection covering Dick's creative career - 1952 to 1980, to see how the themes continued to interest him throughout his life, and how his views evolved. An unread copy in d.j., still shrinkwrapped. View more info

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PHILIP K. DICK: THE LAST TESTAMENT

By: (DICK, PHILIP K.) Gregg Rickman

Price: $45.00

Publisher: Long Beach, California, Fragments West/The Valentine press: 1985

Edition: [First edition}

Seller ID: 822


The companion volume to the author's first book on PKD - "PHILIP K. DICK: IN HIS OWN WORDS," although this book focusses primarily on Phil's "visions" & philosophy and especially his VALIS experiences. PKD was a very sensitive, caring individual, more considerate of others than himself and these human qualities come through most accurately in his own words in Rickman's books. Wraps. Near fine copy. View more info

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UNEARTH: The Magazine Of Science Fiction Discoveries. Number One/Winter, 1977

By: (ELLISON, Harlan)

Price: $15.00

Publisher: Boston, Unearth Publications: 1977

Edition: First

Seller ID: 138


Harlan Ellison was listed on the masthead as "Contributing Editor," which is probably what helped launch the digest-sized magazine. UNEARTH was established to provide a market for "writers who had not het made a sale." They also published established authors "First sales" as examples of where these writers had started. A clever marketing niche, I thought. This #1 issue features Harlan Ellison's first published story—"GLOWWORM." The magazine was roughtly cut upon pub... View more info

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HARLAN ELLISON: A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL CHECKLIST

By: (ELLISON, Harlan) SWIGART, Leslie Kay

Price: $150.00

Publisher: Dallas, Williams Publishing Co.: 1973

Edition: First

Seller ID: 142


An excellent bibliography of the noted SF writer's work up until 1973. Fully illustrated with book cover reproductions, photographs of the subject and pieces from his collection. In addition is a brief but fact-filled biography of the author by Swigart; appreciations of Ellison by Asimov, Bova, Ed Bryant, Silverberg, Joanna Russ, and James Sutherland. 120 pages, including self-covers, oversized paper-bound, printed upon good paper in an edition of 1000 numbered copies... View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1936, November/December. UNCERTAINTY—Complete!

By: (JOHN W. CAMPBELL)

Price: $95.00

Seller ID: 467


First appearance of UNCERTAINTY—by John W. Campbell. Cover by Morey. Both issues Near fine—nice copies. Spines fully intact. View more info

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AMAZING STORIES. 1934, July/August—LIFE EVERLASTING—Complete!

By: (KELLER, David H.)

Price: $50.00

Seller ID: 459


Cover story, DAVID H. KELLER—"Life Everlasting"—Part I. One chip from front cover and a few closed tears; spine fully intact. Good +, copy. August issue, v.g. Untrimmed. Nice spines. View more info

Image for I AM PROVIDENCE: H.P. LOVECRAFT—Resin Figure. Only 200 Individually Cast.  Signed by artist, Gage Prentiss.

I AM PROVIDENCE: H.P. LOVECRAFT—Resin Figure. Only 200 Individually Cast. Signed by artist, Gage Prentiss.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P.) Gage PRENTISS

Price: $350.00

Seller ID: 480


This hand-casted resin figure of H.P.L., is by the Rhode Island, artist, GAGE PRENTISS. Mr. Prentiss won the design competition to cast in bronze a life-sized statue of HOWARD PHILLIPS LOVECRAFT, for erection in a Rhode Island, public park. This smaller versioned resin-casting, measuring 11" tall, was cast from the original prize-winning, submission design. The final life-sized figure varies slightly. Each figure was individually cast, thus each varies very slightly, a... View more info

Image for THE FANTASY FAN.  1933-35.  1-18.  COMPLETE RUN: Early appearances by H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, Robert Bloch and others.  Complete sets, very scarce.

THE FANTASY FAN. 1933-35. 1-18. COMPLETE RUN: Early appearances by H.P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, Clark Ashton Smith, Robert Bloch and others. Complete sets, very scarce.

By: (LOVECRAFT, H.P., HOWARD, ROBERT E., SMITH, CLARK ASHTON)

Price: $2,500.00

Seller ID: 518


The legendary FANTASY FAN, published by Charles Hornig—yes they called him affectionately, "Horny"—was an amazing vision and production, especially considering Hornig was just a teenager. H.P. Lovecraft was a major supporter and contributor as his work appears in seventeen of the eighteen issues published and includes first appearances of, FROM BEYOND, THE OTHER GODS, and reprints of the tales, POLARIS, and BEYOND THE WALL OF SLEEP, in addition to the serialization ... View more info