Edited by Judith Merril, introduction by Fredric Brown
First edition of this eye-catching anthology of well-chosen eerie oddities, including stories by Margaret St. Clair (Idris Seabright), John D. MacDonald, Fritz Leiber, Theodore Sturgeon, John Collier, Isaac Asimov, don marquis, and Walter M. Miller.
First edition of Anderson's retelling of Norse legend, reconstructed from sagas and historical chronicles, published as part of Lin Carter's Ballantine Adult Fantasy series and nominated for a British Fantasy Award.
By Ursula K. Le Guin, edited and with introductions by Susan Wood
First paperback edition of Le Guin's massively influential collected critical essays, including her "From Elfland to Poughkeepsie," "Science Fiction and Mrs. Brown," and "Is Gender Necessary?," followed by Jeff Levin's thorough bibliographical checklist.
Scarce first edition of Saunders's groundbreaking first novel, set in a heavily researched alternate Africa and starring one of the first Black heroes in the grimly Eurocentric genre of contemporary sword & sorcery.
Stunningly well-preserved slipcased set of the first printings (all) of the second US edition of the LORD OF THE RINGS trilogy, comprising THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING, THE TWO TOWERS, and THE RETURN OF THE KING.
By Gabriel García Márquez, translated by Gregory Rabassa
First edition, review copy, of the first US (and first English language) edition of this landmark of magical realism that made Gabriel García Márquez's career and set the stage for his future works, in the second-issue dust jacket.
First edition run of all 24 novels in the Tarzan series, including TARZAN OF THE APES in the rare original dust jacket and five inscribed books — along with Burroughs's rare 1917 AUTO-BIOGRAPHY and two further Tarzan titles.
By Diana Wynne Jones, introduction by Patricia C. Wrede
Limited first trade edition of this collection by the fantasy giant, including an essay on Tolkien and several stories in addition to the titular novella, introduced by fellow fantasy legend Patricia C. Wrede.
Deluxe signed limited edition of this retrospective collection of Leiber's short fiction, including his classic "The Girl With the Hungry Eyes," and "Two Sought Adventure," the first of his sword and sorcery stories.
Signed first printing of this anthology of "fiction and fact" (largely fiction) regarding men raised by wolves, apes, tigers, and the like, from Edgar Rice Burroughs's Tarzan to Gene Wolfe's and Farmer's own pastiche tributes.