First printing of the notorious novel in which Spinrad imagines an alternate-history Adolf Hitler who, far from the failed painter of our own tragic timeline, became a successful science fiction writer and left real-world politics mostly alone.
First paperback edition of Brunner's dystopian novel of ecological catastrophe and social collapse, nominated for a Nebula award and cited by William Gibson as the only science fiction novel to approach an accurate description of 21st-century reality.
By George R.R. Martin and Vernor Vinge, introduced by James Frenkel
Illustrated double edition of these two massively influential SF novellas from the dawning age of the personal computer, published to considerable acclaim years before Vinge and Martin would enjoy the mass popular successes of A FIRE UPON THE DEEP and A GAME OF THRONES, respectively.
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.
First printing of this classic mid-'60s collection, a paperback original with cover art by Leo and Diane Dillon, with the Hugo Award-winning title story that is perhaps Ellison's most famous single work.
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.
First US edition of the first New Worlds SF anthology under the editorship of Michael Moorcock, showcasing new-wave and avant garde work from J.G. Ballard, Brian W. Aldiss, Roger Zelazny, John Brunner, David I. Masson, Langdon Jones, and Thomas M. Disch.