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.
Inscribed first trade edition of this flamboyantly fanciful, semi-autobiographical "spiritual thriller," starring an intrepid Mary Magdalene and written by that saint's own self-proclaimed descendant, a sometime presenter on Ancient Aliens.
By Charles Erskine Scott Wood, illustrated by Art Young, foreword by Floyd Dell
WWII-era printing of these leftist and anti-world-war satirical dialogues, with notable attacks on Anthony Comstock, Prohibition, evangelist Billy Sunday, and imperialism and censorship in all their guises.