---Here today from PS Publishing:
Aldiss, Brian W. SANITY AND THE LADY, PS, 8/05, 1st, one of 700 SIGNED copies, (SF novel salted with philosophical undertones, both comical and chilling; Ian R. MacLeod intro; 218 pages), new in dj 45.00---Back in stock:
Bishop, Michael A REVERIE FOR MISTER RAY: Reflections on Life, Death and Speculative Fiction, PS, 4/05, 1st, one of 700 SIGNED copies, (astonishing compendium ranges far and wide with unflinching often self-critical honesty; VanderMeer intro; edited and with preface by Michael H. Hutchins; 611 pp), new in dj 50.00
Brown, Eric THE EXTRAORDINARY VOYAGE OF JULES VERNE, PS, 5/05, 1st, one of 800 SIGNED copies, (sprightly novella; Ian Watson intro; 137 pages), new $18
Joyce, Graham TWOC, PS, 5/05, 1st, one of 700 SIGNED copies, (sometimes hilarious, sometimes tender, a fast-paced blending of supernatural fantasy and gritty psychological thriller by an award-winning author; Rob Grant intro; 205 pages), new in dj 50.00
Swanwick, Michael THE PERIODIC TABLE OF SCIENCE FICTION, PS, 8/05, 1st, one of 700 SIGNED copies, (118 short-short stories originally published on Sci Fiction website; new afterword by author; intro by Theodore W. Gray), new in dj 45.00
---another copy of the preceding, one of 200 SIGNED copies, BOXED, new in dj $90
Hodgson, William Hope THE WANDERING SOUL: Glimpses of a Life, PS/Tartarus '05, 1st edn, one of 500 numbered copies, (A Compendium of Rare and Unpublished Works; Compiled and Introduced by Jane Frank; 384 pages), new in dj 50.00---There are also $90 boxed limited editions of most of the above (comprising 200 of the typically 700 numbered printrun). I have special ordered a few of these but did not get extras to catalog at this point. Anyone wanting any, beyond who I have already heard from, let me know and I will tack them on to my next order. Also, I have not stocked these (or any other UK title I get) in great depth, so I might not have these actual copies for long. But I do hope to be able to re-order as demand dictates.
---Discount is 20% on hardcovers and 15% for trade paperbacks. Only the Eric Brown title is a softcover in the current batch.