After quite a while resting on my more or less laurels (past listings) it's time to get a move on and put up some more listings. My goal is five books every day from now on. This should be achievable, but not according to my past performance.

These books get listed in three places: on Amazon, Biblio, and Half. Books without ISBNs (older books) generally will not be listed on half. My prices might vary between these three places. Amazon and Half tell me competing prices, so I peg mine on them. Thus, if the lowest price for Deadly Percheron is $98 on Amazon, I might peg mine at $95. If it weren't my only copy maybe I'd be more reasonable. In fact, I think my Biblio listing is more reasonable.

Going forward (and possibly backward), links to titles of books will send you to the main Amazon listing. My listing will be somewhere amidst the other maybe 237 listings. This is where my photo of the book can be seen, which will probably be a better one than the one Amazon features. Half doesn't let me attach my own photo—at least I don't think it does. Photos are also at biblio. Lots of older listings still don't have photos. Nor updated prices.

I've been lousy at selling direct via email. Sorry about that, if you've tried me. Listing through the major portals keeps me honest—also prompt and reliable.

Monday, April 28, 2008

new arrivals from John Benson

Here today:
NOT ONE OF US Special Publications: Clarity, 2/05 • Change, 2/06 • Midrash, 2/07 • Home and Away, 1/08, (a series of annual, variously-titled collections from the editors of Not One of Us), 32-page booklets, new each, 3.50
and recently arrived but only cataloged now:
NOT ONE OF US #39, 4/08, John Benson, (stories and poems outside the norm; explores "otherness" from every fictional angle; In this issue, the animals have taken over), new 4.50
Take a look, too, at a list of the more than 100 stories and poems from the pages of Not One of Us that have been reprinted or honorably mentioned in best-of collections.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

new arrival from Tartarus

Here today:
WORMWOOD: Literature of the fantastic, supernatural and decadent #10, (on Aickman, Leiber, Eich, Kenneth Grant, Michael McDowell; Stableford on The Decadent World-View; Late Reviews by Douglas A. Anderson), new 19.00
(discount: 15% -- although I'm not sure how the current exchange rate affects the US$ cost of this now)

new arrival from Haffner

Here today:
Williamson, Jack THE WORLDS OF JACK WILLIAMSON: 1908 - A Centennial Tribute - 2008, Haffner '08, 1st trade edn, (includes canonical as well as never-before-published material. covering all facets of author's amazing career; Foreword by Frederik Pohl; Introduction by James Gunn; 695+xxiv pages), new in dj 40.00 (discount: 20%)
---this batch of copies comes with the 12-page promotional booklet "The Cat That Loved Shakespeare" by Jack Williamson.

Monday, April 21, 2008

new arrivals from Ash-Tree

Here today:
Jerome, Jerome K. CITY OF THE SEA and Other Ghost Stories, Ash-Tree, 3/08, 1st, one of 400 copies, (marks the first occasion on which all of Jerome K. Jerome's 'ghost' stories have been collected in one volume; Edited, with an introduction by Jessica Amanda Salmonson), new in dj 49.00
Also, last week a couple titles came in that I didn't get a chance to catalog immediately:
Ingulphus (Arthur Gray, Master of Jesus College) TEDIOUS BRIEF TALES OF GRANTA AND GRAMARYE, Ash-Tree, 2/08, one of 400 copies, (first published in 1919; includes all of the illustrations by E. Joyce Shillington Scales from the original edition, and also presents additional material, including two fascinating papers presented by Arthur Gray to the Cambridge Antiquarian Society; Rosemary Pardoe & Mark Valentine intro), new in dj 47.00

Taylor, John Alfred HELL IS MURKY: Twenty Strange Tales, Ash-Tree, 1/08, 1st, one of 400 copies, (four of the stories see their first publication here; set in locations as far apart as the Los Angeles freeway system and the Scottish Higlands; author's first collection), new in dj 49.00
(discount: 20%)

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

new Space and Time

Here today:
SPACE AND TIME #103, spr/08, (The Magazine of Fantasy, Horror, and Science Fiction; Josepha Sherman, Gordon Linzner, A.R. Morlan, Devon Monk), new 5.00
(discount: 20%)

Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Weird Tales here

After a goodly gap in issues, I now have these here:
WEIRD TALES #344, 4-5/07, Wildside, (Gothic Fantasy & Phantasmagoria For the 21st Century; A Zombie's Love, Caitlin R. Kiernan, Skull Carving, Time Travelling Counter-Terrorism, George R.R. Martin) • ---#345, 6-7/07, (Escape from Elfland, Musical Torture, The Office - Haunted, Kitty's Zombie New Year, Young Tom Edison) • ---#346, 9-10/07, (Bob Bodey's Body Parts, Do Valkyries Ride Across Wisconsin?, The Drunken Mermaids; Plus: Nightmare Spiders, Mike Carey, Tanith Lee) • ---#347, 11-12/07, (Ungodly Pirates, The Necronomicon Tarot, Toad's Revenge, Desperate Measures of an Angel), new each, 5.95

--- #348, 1-2/08, (Darwin, Clones & Witches; Lovecraft of Arabia; A Bipolar Werewolf; Melissa Marr: Wicked Lovely; Freaky Fish, Haunted Houses & Net Necromancy) • ---#349, 3-4/08, (Lovecraft's Arkham & Steampunk Art, An Elric Adventure by Michael Moorcock, How To Raise a Soul From the Dead, The Dark World of China Mieville, The 85 Weirdest Storytellers of the Past 85 Years!), new each, 6.99
(discount 30%)

Monday, April 14, 2008

new issue of Talebones

Here today:
TALEBONES: Science Fiction & Dark Fantasy #36, spr/08, (Paul Melko: "The Cankerman Shower"; James Van Pelt, Dean Wesley Smith, Greg Schwartz, Jason D. Wittman, Mikal Trimm), new 7.00
(discount: 20%)

Sunday, April 13, 2008

batch of paperbacks finally gets cataloged

Here's the cataloging of the couple boxes of paperbacks I opened up way back in January, sorted by publisher:
  • Ace pb 00265 Reynolds, Mack ABILITY QUOTIENT, ('75), (orig; He was the first man of the new human race), fr (cover got messed up by adhesion to another book, but pages are fine) $1
  • Ace pb 00958 Reynolds, Mack AFTER UTOPIA, 11/77, (orig; only a few realize that the human race is destroying itself), vg-f 4.00
  • Ace pb 02255 Van Vogt, A.E. THE ANARCHISTIC COLOSSUS, 4/77, (orig; a future earth where anarchy has become a way of life), vg-f 5.00
  • Ace pb 14304 Baen, James (ed) DESTINIES vol. 2 no. 3, 7/80, (orig; featuring excerpts from Heinlein's Expanded Universe, plus all-new stories by Ing, Benford, Niven Pohl, Pournelle, Robinson, Spinrad, more!; 351pages), vg 2.50
  • Ace pb 14883 Dann, Jack & Gardner Dozois (eds) DINOSAURS!, 6/90, (orig; in Magic Tales Anthology Series), vg+ 3.00
  • Ace pb 32991 Sheffield, Charles HIDDEN VARIABLES, 7/81, (orig; superlative tales, from the absurd to the sublime), vg-f 3.50
  • Ace pb 38621 Kernaghan, Eileen JOURNEY TO APRILIOTH, 11/80, (orig; 439 pages), vg+ 2.50
  • Ace pb 50414 Dickson, Gordon R. LOVE NOT HUMAN, 2/81, (orig; stories; spans space and time to explore the secrets of the human -- and inhuman -- heart), vg+ 3.50
  • Ace pb 55132 Sheffield, Charles MY BROTHER'S KEEPER, 8/82, (orig; eerie news that he owed his life to bits of his dead brother's brain transplanted into his own skull), vg-f 2.50
  • Ace pb 76860 Reynolds, Mack SECTION G: UNITED PLANETS, ('76), (orig; secret corps to overthrow governments that hold up the progress of mankind), g (back cover somewhat messed up from having adhered to another book, but front cover and text of book are fine) 1.50
  • Ace pb 79111 Janifer, Laurence SURVIVOR, 8/77, (orig; malicious intelligence that would not rest until every human had been eliminated), vg+ 2.50
  • Ace pb 80680 Lory, Robert THE THIRTEEN BRACELETS, ('74), (orig; Were the golden bracelets the key to a deadly secret?), vg+ 3.00
  • Ace pb 88065 Hamilton, Edmond WHAT'S IT LIKE OUT THERE? and Other Stories, ('74), vg-f 7.50
  • Avon 24372 Green, Roland WANDOR'S JOURNEY, 5/75, (orig; Wandor #2; prophecy of the ancients), vg+ 2.00
  • Avon 26518 Lang, Simon THE ELLUVON GIFT, 10/75, (orig; An injured alien brings a priceless legacy - and the terror of the unknown!), vg+ 2.00
  • Avon 75168 Benford, Gregory & William Rotsler SHIVA DESCENDING, 3/80, (orig; A 30 billion ton bullet on a collision course with earth!), vg 3.50
  • Avon 75556 Anthony, Piers THOUSANDSTAR, 6/80, (orig; Cluster #4; A spectacular space quest), vg-f 2.50
  • Avon 75697 Cox, Joan STAR WEB, 7/80, (orig; space mystery), vg+ 2.00
  • Avon 87221 Anthony, Piers BIO OF A SPACE TYRANT #2: MERCENARY, 6/84, (orig; Slave, soldier, conqueror; in a galaxy ruled by force -- he was destined to power!), vg+ 2.00
  • Avon 89834 Anthony, Piers BIO OF A SPACE TYRANT #4: Executive, 12/85, (orig; The colossal epic continues), vg-f 2.00
  • Avon pb 00878 Moorcock, Michael THE CORNELIUS CHRONICLES, 8/77, (four complete novels in one volume: The Final Programme, A Cure for Cancer, The English Assassin & The Condition of Muzak), vg $4
  • Baen 65337 Springer, Nancy CHANCE & Other Gestures of The Hand of Fate, 9/87, (orig; title novella plus seven stories never before in book form), vg 2.00
  • Baen 65383 Zahn, Timothy COBRA BARGAIN, 2/88, (orig; Cobra #3; military SF), vg 1.50
  • Baen 65551 Zahn, Timothy COBRA STRIKE, 2/86, (orig; Cobra #2; mercenary SF), vg 2.00
  • Baen 65630 Caidin, Martin EXIT EARTH, 4/87, (orig; the Solar System is about to pass through a cloud of cosmic dust that will incite the Sun to a paroxysm of fury), vg 2.00
  • Ball 23888 Hughes, Zach THE LEGEND OF MIAREE, 4/74, (orig; …from which the thrusting race of mankind may learn to be less of a predator), vg+ 2.50
  • Ball 24260 Foster, Alan Dean STAR TREK LOG THREE, 1/75, (orig; Adapted from the animated series), vg-f 2.50
  • Ball 24330 Pohl, Frederik & Jack Williamson FARTHEST STAR, 2/75, (orig; A man could send infinite replicants of himself anywhere in the galaxy), g $2; vg+ 4.00
  • Ball 24338 Pfeil, Donald J. VOYAGE TO A FORGOTTEN SUN, 1/75, (orig; A rousing space opera), vg+ 2.50
  • Ball 25377 Pfeil, Donald J. THROUGH THE REALITY WARP, 2/76, (orig; An exciting space adventure), vg-f 2.50
  • Bantam 08635 Pohl, Carol & Frederik Pohl (eds) SCIENCE FICTION DISCOVERIES, 8/76, (orig; Eight brilliant journeys into the fantastic published for the first time), vg-f 3.00
  • Bantam 13580 Haldeman, Jack C., II PERRY'S PLANET, 2/80, (orig; The New Star Trek® Experience), f 2.50
  • Bantam 13805 Nolan, William F. LOGAN'S SEARCH, 10/80, (orig; Parallel Earth is a dazzling paradise of artificial delight -- of instant pleasure and infinite joy; the spellbinding climax of Logan's last terrifying run), vg+ 10.00
  • Bantam 14339 Harrison, Harry WHEELWORLD, 3/81, (orig; To the Stars #2), vg-f 2.00
  • Bantam 24370 MacAvoy, R.A. RAPHAEL, 9/84, (orig; #3 in trilogy), vg-f 2.00
  • Bantam N8402 Reynolds, Mack COMMUNE-2000 A.D., 1/74, (orig; rebellion against the greatest society in human history; A Frederik Pohl Selection), vg+ 2.50
  • Berkley 03293 Wilhelm, Kate (ed) CLARION SF, 1/77, the Kim Stanley Robinson story is signed and inscribed "for Tom, from Stan", dated 1991, and there is a note laid in that says "this is an un-marked 2nd printing -- the 1st had no cigarette ad in it, so Berkley said...", (An electrifying mind trek with the bold, new explorers of ultra experience), vg 4.00
  • Berkley 03467 Jones, D.F. COLOSSUS AND THE CRAB, 8/77, (orig; The Final Volume in the Colossus Trilogy), vg-f 3.00
  • Berkley 03839 Baker, Scott SYMBIOTE'S CROWN, 10/78, (orig; colonization of the alternate worlds), g 1.50
  • Berkley Z3116 Lupoff, Richard A. SANDWORLD, 5/76, (orig; Stranded on a strange planet with a race of alien vampires!), vg+ 4.50
  • DAW 100 Farmer, Philip José HADON OF ANCIENT OPAR, 4/74, (orig; In Tarzan's Africa - 12,000 years ago!), vg+ 4.50
  • DAW 114 van Vogt, A.E. THE MAN WITH A THOUSAND NAMES, 8/74, (orig; It's a brand-new novel by the Slan-man), vg+ $3
  • DAW 122 Gordon, Stuart TWO-EYES, 10/74, (orig; The mutant godling is risen - and the world quakes!), vg 2.50
  • DAW 128 Barrett, Neal, Jr. STRESS PATTERN, 11/74, (orig; Ride the wormway to no-wonderland), vg-f 4.00
  • DAW 134 Klein, Gerard THE MOTE IN TIME'S EYE, 1/75, (translated from French by C.J. Richards), vg+ 2.50
  • DAW 135 Foster, M.A. THE WARRIORS OF DAWN, 1/75, (orig; Ler #2; A cosmic odyssey of man and superwoman), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 138 Carter, Lin AS THE GREEN STAR RISES, 2/75, (orig; Green Star #4), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 147 Saberhagen, Fred BERSERKER'S PLANET, 4/75, (orig), vg+ 6.00
  • DAW 150 Carter, Lin THE ENCHANTRESS OF WORLD'S END, 5/75, (orig; The second book of the Gondwane epic), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 169 Norman, John TIME SLAVE, 11/75, (orig; The author of the novels of Tarl Cabot on Gor, Earth's orbital counterpart, has turned his talent to the problem of time travel and our own world's primitive era), vg-f 5.00
  • DAW 223 Lake, David J. WALKERS ON THE SKY, 12/76, (orig; It's not fantasy. It's science fiction, and you never read another novel like it!), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 241 Piserchia, Doris EARTHCHILD, 5/77, (orig; all-devouring protoplasmic ocean), vg+ 3.00
  • DAW 260 Norvil, Manning (=Bulmer) DREAM CHARIOTS, 10/77, (orig; Odan the Half-God; in the days when the Space Gods ruled the world), vg-f 4.00
  • DAW 279 Lake, David J. THE GODS OF XUMA or Barsoom Revisited, 2/78, (orig; Hamlet: There's a divinity that shapes our ends...; But there were indeed vital variations that would eventually trip up the self-deceived science-fiction-reading travelers from 24th Century Earth), f 4.00
  • DAW 295 Chandler, A. Bertram TO KEEP THE SHIP, 6/78, (orig; Commodore Grimes: sf's answer to Horatio Hornblower), vg+ 2.00
  • DAW 312 Vance, Jack WYST: ALASTOR 1716, 11/78, (orig; Alastor #3), vg-f 4.50
  • DAW 315 Landis, Arthur H. CAMELOT IN ORBIT, 11/78, (2nd in trilogy; combines the wonders of swords-and-sorcery with the science adventure of high space), vg+ 2.50
  • DAW 362 Carter, Lin JOURNEY TO THE UNDERGROUND WORLD, 11/79, (orig; The Adventures of Eric Carstairs in Zanthodon), trim is askew but otherwise vg-f 4.50
  • DAW 371 Llewellyn, Edward THE BRIGHT COMPANION, 1/80, (orig; Wanted: fifty fertile females!), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 377 Asimov, Isaac & Martin H. Greenberg (eds) ISAAC ASIMOV PRESENTS THE GREAT SF STORIES 3: 1941, 3/80, (orig; golden treasures), vg-f 4.00
  • DAW 381 Vance, Jack THE MANY WORLDS OF MAGNUS RIDOLPH, 4/80, (orig; interstellar troubleshooter stories, mostly from Thrilling Wonder and Startling Stories), vg-f 8.00
  • DAW 401 Lee, Tanith KILL THE DEAD, 9/80, (orig; a weird companion to Sabella and The Birthgrave), f 5.00
  • DAW 403 Chandler, A. Bertram STAR LOOT, 9/80, (orig; John Grimes: Space Pirate!), vg+ 2.00
  • DAW 415 Purtill, Richard THE STOLEN GODDESS, 12/80, (orig; High fantasy on the lost road to Hades), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 427 Johnson, James B. DAYSTAR AND SHADOW, 3/81, (orig; The last thing I wanted to do was alienate the fireworms...), vg 2.00
  • DAW 436 Selby, Curt (=Doris Piserchia) BLOOD COUNTY, 6/81, (orig; Horror was their heritage, for they were the people that the census dared not count!), vg+ 4.00
  • DAW 437 Landis, Arthur H. THE MAGICK OF CAMELOT, 6/81, (orig; 3rd in trilogy), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 449 Chandler, A. Bertram THE ANARCH LORDS, 9/81, (orig; John Grimes: Planet Governor!), vg-f 3.00
  • DAW 490 Vance, Jack THE NARROW LAND, 7/82, (orig; stories), vg+ 15.00
  • DAW 670 Harness, Charles L. REDWORLD, 4/86, (orig; Science and religion, rival powers holding equal sway -- Could one man shift their balance and change the world?), vg+ 3.50
  • DAW 735 Ingrid, Charles LASERTOWN BLUES: The Sand Wars #2, 2/88, (orig; He'd won a place in the emperor's guard, but could he hunt down the traitor who'd betrayed his knights to an alien foe?), vg $2
  • DAW 87 Leiber, Fritz THE BOOK OF FRITZ LEIBER, 1/74, (orig; author's own picks), f 6.00
  • DAW pb UE1593 Vance, Jack WYST: Alastor 1716, 3rd, (Alastor #3; The trouble with Utopia is people), vg+ 2.50
  • Del Rey 27115 Kapp, Colin THE CHAOS WEAPON, 8/77, (orig; strange device that was distorting probability and threatening the entire galaxy), vg 2.00
  • Del Rey 27213 Rothman, Tony THE WORLD IS ROUND, 2nd(8/78), (A planet of paradoxes to drive men mad), vg 2.00
  • Del Rey 27495 Daley, Brian THE STARFOLLOWERS OF CORAMONDE, 2/79, (orig; Coramonde #2; an enchanting fantasy), g-vg 1.50
  • Del Rey 27928 Chalker, Jack L. AND THE DEVIL WILL DRAG YOU UNDER, 8/79, (orig; The end of the world was coming, and only a drunken demon could save it...), vg 3.50
  • Del Rey 28066 Foster, Alan Dean CACHALOT, 5/80, (orig; Man had nearly destroyed the great sea creatures - and now were they taking their revenge?), vg-f 3.00
  • Del Rey 28392 Glut, Donald F. THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, 5/80, (orig; Star Wars; movie), vg 2.00
  • Del Rey 29054 Leiber, Justin BEYOND REJECTION, 9/80, (orig; someone had stolen his body), vg $2
  • Del Rey 29637 Eddings, David PAWN OF PROPHECY, 4/82, (orig; Book One of The Belgariad), vg+ 2.50
  • Del Rey 29836 Douglas, Carole Nelson SIX OF SWORDS, 7/82, (orig; in a world where magic was dying; fantasy), vg-f 3.00
  • Del Rey 30167 McCollum, Michael A GREATER INFINITY, 2/82, (orig; MacElroy was torn between two empires and three cultures -- but all he wanted was the best for Earth), vg-f 2.50
  • Del Rey 33172 Cole, Allan & Chris Bunch FLEET OF THE DAMNED, 4/88, (orig; STEN Adventure #4), vg+ 2.00
  • Dell pb 10801 McIntyre, Vonda N. THE BRIDE, 6/85, (orig; movie novelization), vg-f 2.50
  • Dell pb 11433 Spielberg, Steven CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND, 12/77, (orig; movie), vg+ 1.50
  • Dell pb 12285 Haiblum, Isidore INTERWORLD, 4/77, (orig; A rousing blend of the hard-boiled and the zany), vg+ 2.00
  • Dell pb 12627 Carter, Lin (ed) FLASHING SWORDS! #4: Barbarians and Black Magicians, 11/77, (orig; five great sagas by Vance, Anderson, Jakes, Kurtz, Moorcock), vg-f 3.00
  • Dell pb 15368 Woodley, Richard MAN FROM ATLANTIS #1, 10/77, (orig; TV tie; up from the ocean depths to turn his sea-world powers against the earth's most evil force!), vg-f 2.50
  • Dell pb 3123 Carter, Lin (ed) FLASHING SWORDS! #2, 2/74, (orig; Four great sagas of swords and sorcery by de Camp, Moorcock, Norton, Jakes), vg+ 3.50
  • Dell pb 3157 Vance, Jack THE ASUTRA, 5/74, (orig; Book III of the struggle for freedome in the world of Durdane), g-vg 6.00
  • Dell pb 3195 Gerrold, David (ed) ALTERNITIES, 7/74, (orig; OA; SF unfettered by strictures and taboos), vg $2
  • Dell pb 4551 Offutt, Andrew J. CHIEFTAIN OF ANDOR, 5/76, (orig; Cleve; Reborn in a warrior's body, he cut his way to a king's glory in a land of alien terrors), vg-f 2.00
  • Dell pb 4742 Shea, Robert & Robert Anton Wilson LEVIATHAN, 11/75, (orig; Illuminatus! Part III; Psychedelic supermen?), vg+ 3.50
  • Dell pb 7425 Laumer, Keith RETIEF: EMISSARY TO THE STARS, 12/75, (orig; The amazing new adventures of the smoothest detente diplomat in the universe), vg-f 3.50
  • Jove M4571 Lumley, Brian SPAWN OF THE WINDS, 7/78, (orig; in the terrifying tradition of H.P. Lovecraft), vg+ 6.00
  • Jove M5125 Lumley, Brian IN THE MOONS OF BOREA, 4/79, (Titus Crow #3), vg-f 3.50
  • Jove M5134 Anthony, Piers GOD OF TAROT, 4/79, (orig; Tarot #1), vg+ 3.00
  • Leisure 979 McKenna, George RITES, ('81), (A chilling novel of occult terror; island of black rites), vg-f 2.50
  • Manor 22125 Sirota, Mike DANNUS #2: The Conquerors of Reglathium, ('78), (saga of "Yellow-beard"), vg-f 3.00
  • Mayflower 12448 Farren, Mick THE QUEST OF THE DNA COWBOYS, '76, (orig; The west that's wilder than your weirdest nightmares; first in trilogy), vg-f 10.00
  • Owl 62436 Smith, A.C.H. THE DARK CRYSTAL, '82, (orig; movie tie-in, With 8 Pages of Color Stills from the Magical Movie!), vg 2.00
  • Pinnacle 41646 Jade, Symon STARSHIP ORPHEUS #1: Return From the Dead, 3/82, (orig; Expatriots of a future society, they roamed the entire galaxy, fighting the forces of evil, featuring the renegade Captain Daedalus), vg-f 2.00
  • Pinnacle 41647 Jade, Symon STARSHIP ORPHEUS #2: Cosmic Carnage, 4/83, (orig; the entire galaxy faces extinction), vg-f 2.00
  • Playboy 16572 Meredith, Richard VESTIGES OF TIME, 11/79, (Timeliner #3; Aliens have meddled with time, creating countless parallel worlds in the process), vg+ 2.50
  • Playboy 21036 Cleve, John SPACEWAYS #1: Of Alien Bondage, 5/82, (orig; high adventure for adults; derring-do and derring-don't), vg 3.50
  • Playboy 21077 Wright, T.M. NURSERY TALE, 8/82, (orig; neighborhood children start disappearing), vg-f 1.50
  • Playboy 21147 Zimmer, Paul Edward THE DARK BORDER Vol. 1: The Lost Prince, 9/82, (orig; epic fantasy), vg-f 2.00
  • Pocket 78357 Laurens, Marshall THE Z EFFECT, 2/74, (orig; A mad, demented scientist - with the power to destroy the uiverse!), vg+ 2.50
  • Pocket 83088 Roddenberry, Gene STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE, 12/79, (orig; novelization), vg 1.50
  • Pocket pb 41989 Grant, Charles L. THE NESTLING, 6/82, (orig; A Riveting and Bloodcurdling Novel of Small-town Horror), vg+ 3.50
  • Pocket pb 42161 Greenhall, Ken CHILDGRAVE, 12/82, (orig; there are evil hungers that must be fed and always an innocent victim must be chosen), vg-f 2.00
  • Pocket pb 42830 Neiderman, Andrew BRAINCHILD, 12/81, (orig; An Experiment In Terror; If she could control the behavior of laboratory animals, imagine what she could do with...people), vg-f 2.00
  • Pocket pb 42935 Burgo, Joseph & Richard Natale BUTCHER, BAKER, NIGHTMARE MAKER, 12/81, (orig; movie novelization), f 2.00
  • Pocket pb 45610 McIntyre, Vonda N. STAR TREK: THE WRATH OF KHAN, 7/82, (orig; novelization), vg-f 2.00
  • Pocket pb 54730 Hagan, Janet UHURA'S SONG, 2/85, (orig; Star Trek #21; A mysterious music holds the clues to save an alien race!), vg+ 1.50
  • Pocket pb 64489 Dillard, J.M. BLOODTHIRST, 12/87, (orig; Star Trek #37), g-vg $1
  • Pocket pb 77775 Knight, Damon (ed) A SHOCKING THING, 11/74, (orig; Hair-raising tales of the grotesque), vg+ 3.00
  • Pocket pb 77988 Graham, Robert ATTAR THE MERMAN #1: Attar's Revenge, 3/75, (orig; Deadly strength and evil power!), vg-f 5.00
  • Pocket pb 77989 Graham, Robert ATTAR THE MERMAN #2: War of Nerves, 3/75, (orig; Nerves of steel vs. nerve gas), vg+ 3.00
  • Pocket pb 80510 Vance, Jack THE BEST OF JACK VANCE, 5/76, (orig; A treasury of futuristic masterpieces; Malzberg intro), vg-f 8.50
  • Pocket pb 83014 Skal, David J. SCAVENGERS, 4/80, (orig; A mind means nothing if it cannot be shared...), vg-f 3.50
  • Pocket pb 83410 Goulart, Ron SKYROCKET STEELE, 12/80, (orig; cosmic danger), vg-f 3.50
  • Pop Libr 01593 Binder, Otto O. THE HOSPITAL HORROR, ('73), (orig; in Frankenstein Horror Series), vg+ 10.00
  • Pop Libr 04245 Gerrold, David DEATHBEAST, 7/78, (orig; Savage SF excitement and suspense), vg 3.00
  • Pyramid A3734 Malzberg, Barry N. GALAXIES, 8/75, (orig; Fortieth-century space probe!), vg+ $3; vg-f 3.50
  • Pyramid V4004 Smith, E.E. "Doc" with Stephen Goldin GETAWAY WORLD, 5/77, (orig; The Family D'Alembert Series #4), vg+ 2.00
  • Questar 20408 Baldwin, Bill GALACTIC CONVOY, 12/87, (orig; Helmsman #2; The empire's bravest space warrior), vg+ 2.00
  • Signet 15847 Coney, Michael G. FANG THE GNOME, 12/88, (orig; An Arthurian fantasy), vg-f 3.00
  • Spectra 25057 Sargent, Pamela VENUS OF DREAMS, 2/86, (orig; 537 pages), vg 3.00
  • Taplinger no # Strick, Philip (ed) ANTIGRAV, nd, (the Arrow UK pb with Taplinger info pasted in), vg 4.00
  • Tempo 12963 Hagberg, David (uncredited) FLASH GORDON Book One: Massacre in the 22nd Century, ('80), (orig), vg-f 5.00
  • Tempo 17215 Hagberg, David (uncredited) FLASH GORDON Book Two: War of the Citadels, ('80), (orig), vg+ 3.00
  • Tempo 17231 Hagberg, David (uncredited) FLASH GORDON Book Three: Crisis on Citadel II, ('80), (orig), vg+ 3.00
  • Tempo 17233 Hagberg, David (uncredited) FLASH GORDON Book Four: Forces From the Federation, ('81), (orig), vg+ 3.00
  • Tempo 17254 Hagberg, David (uncredited) FLASH GORDON Book Six: Citadels on Earth, ('81), (orig), vg+ 4.00
  • Tempo 35495 Reaves, J. Michael I--ALIEN: An Illustrated Novel, ('78), (Illustrated by Terry Austin/Produced by Byron Preiss), vg-f 2.50
  • Timescape 47315 Crispin, A.C. YESTERDAY'S SON, 8/83, (Star Trek Novel; Spock discovers his own son--living 5,000 years in the past!), vg 1.50
  • Timescape 83297 Correy, Lee THE ABODE OF LIFE, 5/82, (orig; Star Trek¨ novel), vg-f 2.00
  • Timescape 83398 Marshak, Sandra & Myrna Culbreath PROMETHEUS DESIGN, 3/82, (orig; Star Trek), vg-f 1.50
  • Timescape 83399 Marshak, Sondra & Myrna Culbreath TRIANGLE, 3/83, (orig; Star Trek; Kirk's soul...Spock's life), vg-f 2.00
  • Timescape 83692 McIntyre, Vonda N. THE ENTROPY EFFECT, 6/81, (orig; Star Trek; The universe has less than a century left...unless Spock can change history!), vg 3.00
  • Tor 48010 Jennings, Jan VAMPYR, 8/81, (orig; A novel of supernatural passion), publicity release laid in, vg+ 4.00
  • Tor 48535 Farmer, Philip José GREATHEART SILVER, 5/82, (orig; collects stories from Byron Preiss's Weird Heroes series), vg+ 4.00
  • Tor 52261 Windling, Terri & Mark Alan Arnold (eds) BORDERLAND, 12/92, (shared-world; Where Magic meets rock & roll; with Charles de Lint, Ellen Kushner, Steven R. Boyett, Bellamy Bach), f 15.00
  • Tor 53014 Allen, Roger MacBride THE RING OF CHARON, 12/90, (orig; Can one young scientist destroy the Earth -- or save it?), vg+ 3.00
  • Tor 53394 Cooper, Louise THE OUTCAST, 10/86, (orig; Time Master Trilogy #2; Spawn of Darkness, Adept of Chaos, he dreams of vengeance on the Lords of Light), vg+ 2.50
  • Tor 53789 Fenn, Lionel AGNES DAY, 8/87, (orig; The Quest for the White Duck #3), f 3.00
  • Tor 54602 Vardeman, Robert E. writing as Daniel Moran THE SKELETON LORD'S KEY, 8/87, (orig; Keys to Paradise #2; fantasy), vg-f 2.00
  • Tor 55707 Vesser, Carolyn HELLWALKER, 12/88, (orig; He was an exile who violated the isolation edict), vg 2.00
  • Tor 55791 Williams, Walter Jon AMBASSADOR OF PROGRESS, 2nd(5/87), (they thought they were the center of the Universe), g-vg 1.00
  • Tor 56402 Costello, Matt REVOLT ON MAJIPOOR, 8/87, (orig; A Crossroads™ Adventure; in the World of Robert Silverberg's Majipoor; Power-mad terrorists threaten a world of wonders; with an all-new introductory essay by Robert Silverberg), vg-f 3.50
  • Troll 04078 Larson, Glen A. & Robert Thurston BATTLESTAR GALACTICA, Special Edition, (TV tie; educational edition), vg 1.00
  • Warner 76538 Malzberg, Barry N. OUT FROM GANYMEDE, 12/74, (stories by the master of psychological science fiction), fr $1; g $2 [a couple copies that got fused together, damaging both covers -- the front of one and the back of the other -- the text, however, is in excellent condition]
  • Warner 88079 Cover, Arthur Byron THE PLATYPUS OF DOOM and Other Nihilists, 6/76, (orig; Psycho science fiction at it funniest and most insightful), vg+ 6.00
  • Warner 90115 Jarrett, David WITHERWING, 9/79, (orig; The Swan-Cursed...; alive with swashbuckling action, uncanny excitement -- and savage truth), vg+ 2.00
  • Zebra 0007 James, Laurence RACK #1: Earth Lies Sleeping, 2/74, (orig; ; first in a super science-fiction adventure series starring Simon Rack, inter-galactic hero), g $1
  • Zebra 200 van Vogt, A.E. THE BLAL and Other Science Fiction Monsters, 8/76, (Tales of outer-unexplored systems haunted by wild beasts), vg-f 4.00
---All these listings have already appeared in my general catalog data, including the "New to Catalog" listings but here they are all sorted and in one place. They have also been listed at half or amazon -- which is partly why it's taken so long, and certainly why BORDERLAND costs $15 (other sellers knowing something I don't).

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