First edition of this sleaze exposé of polygamous Mormon prophet Jesse James Strang, his beautiful cross-dressing wife Elvira, and his leadership of the Strangites as Revelator and King of Michigan's Beaver Island.
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.
Rare paperback edition of Lloyd's once-beloved crackpot utopia, an alchemical conspiratorial pharmacological mystical subterranean adventure classic of fungus forestry and erotic longings beneath the caves of Kentucky.
Signed first edition of this mystery novel that finds newspaperman and reluctant sleuth Dalton Walker comes face to face with conspiracy, corruption, and murder as he chases down the story of the death of an anonymous little girl.
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.
First Equinox printing of Blish's short novel on the cosmic consequences of Californian political demonology, first published in shorter form as Faust Aleph-Null in Galaxy magazine and issued here as no. 27 in the SF Rediscovery Series.