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        St. Martin's Press - First Edition Hardcover                    


         Gnome - First Edition Hardcover                     Dobson - First Edition Hardcover                                                                                               Talos - First Edition Hardcover   

Walton, Jo - Among Others

This book won the 2012 Nebula Award for Best Novel, the Hugo Award for Best Novel and the British Fantasy Award and was a nominee for the World Fantasy Award for Best Novel. Impressive huh? 

The Blurb:

Raised by a half-mad mother who dabbled in magic, Morwenna Phelps found refuge in two worlds. As a child growing up in Wales, she played among the spirits who made their homes in industrial ruins. But her mind found freedom and promise in the science fiction novels that were her closest companions. Then her mother tried to bend the spirits to dark ends, and Mori was forced to confront her in a magical battle that left her crippled--and her twin sister dead.

Fleeing to her father whom she barely knew, Mori was sent to boarding school in England–a place all but devoid of true magic. There, outcast and alone, she tempted fate by doing magic herself, in an attempt to find a circle of like-minded friends. But her magic also drew the attention of her mother, bringing about a reckoning that could no longer be put off…

TOR  First Edition Hardcover

The Complete Ivy Frost Donald Wandrei

Cover Art by Raymond Swanland

A frequent contributor to the early pulps such as Weird Tales, Donald Wandrei was possibly best known for co-founding (with August Derleth) the publishing house Arkham House to keep his friend Lovecraft's legacy alive. It may come as a surprise to some that Donald Wandrei wrote more mysteries than all his horror, fantasy, and science fiction tales combined. 

For the first time, here are the complete adventures of the remarkable Professor Ivy (I.V.) Frost and his beautiful assistant, Jean Moray. Introduced in the August 1934 issue of Clues Detective Stories, the tall and sardonic Frost is a scientist, an inventor, and a brilliant detective who takes on only the most outré cases. Over the course of eighteen instalments  Donald Wandrei reliably chronicled the Professor's bizarre cases, always laden with high adventure and sly wit.

Part Sherlock Holmes, part Shadow, Frost stood apart from the gritty, trench-coated private eyes of the hard-boiled genre. At once looking back at the genteel ratiocinative detectives of the 19th century and forward to the gimmick-laden adventures of the James Bond generation, Frost was eccentric, and very, very lethal. A special notice should be made of his too-good-looking assistant, Jean Moray. Young, quick-witted, and fearless, with a pearl-handled .25 slipped into her thigh-holster, she was no helpless damsel in distress. 

In 2000, D.H. Olson edited a volume published by Fedogan and Bremer collecting the first eight of Frost’s adventures. A second volume of the remaining 10 tales was promised but never materialized.

Haffner Press first edition hardcover


                           Pan - First Edition Hardcover                                                                                                                        B - Format's


         Boxtree - First Edition Hardcover  


Blindsight by Peter Watts

‘Blindsight' is the Hugo Award-nominated novel , “a hard science fiction writer through and through and one of the very best alive” (The Globe and Mail).

Two months have passed since a myriad of alien objects clenched about the Earth, screaming as they burned. The heavens have been silent, until a derelict space probe hears whispers from a distant comet. Something talks out there: but not to us. Who should we send to meet the alien, when the alien doesn't want to meet?

Send a linguist with multiple-personality disorder and a biologist so spliced with machinery that he can’t feel his own flesh. Send a pacifist warrior and a vampire recalled from the grave by the voodoo of paleogenetics. Send a man with half his mind gone since childhood. Send them to the edge of the solar system, praying you can trust such freaks and monsters with the fate of a world. You fear they may be more alien than the thing they've been sent to find — but you'd give anything for that to be true, if you knew what was waiting for them…


Prepare for a different kind of singularity in Peter Watts’ ‘Echopraxia', the follow-up to the Hugo-nominated novel ‘Blindsight'.

It’s the eve of the twenty-second century: a world where the dearly departed send postcards back from Heaven and evangelicals make scientific breakthroughs by speaking in tongues; where genetically engineered vampires solve problems intractable to baseline humans and soldiers come with zombie switches that shut off self-awareness during combat. And it’s all under surveillance by an alien presence that refuses to show itself.

Daniel Bruks is a living fossil: a field biologist in a world where biology has turned computational, a cat’s-paw used by terrorists to kill thousands. Taking refuge in the Oregon desert, he’s turned his back on a humanity that shatters into strange new subspecies with every heartbeat. But he awakens one night to find himself at the center of a storm that will turn all of history inside-out.

Now he’s trapped on a ship bound for the center of the solar system. To his left is a grief-stricken soldier, obsessed by whispered messages from a dead son. To his right is a pilot who hasn’t yet found the man she’s sworn to kill on sight. A vampire and its entourage of zombie bodyguards lurk in the shadows behind. And dead ahead, a handful of rapture-stricken monks takes them all to a meeting with something they will only call “The Angels of the Asteroids.” Their pilgrimage brings Dan Bruks, the fossil man, face-to-face with the biggest evolutionary breakpoint since the origin of thought itself.

Each book has a bonus short story. ‘Echopraxia' has the short story “The Colonel” while ‘Blindsight' has the short story “Insect Gods.”

This set of two books is limited to 300 signed and numbered copies. Each book has a ribbon marker and signature page signed by Peter Watts and artist Thomas Walker. The books are bound in full cloth with foil blocking in multiple colors, with handsome endsheets. The dustjackets are printed in four colors on top of a silver ink, creating an unusual look for the books. Each book has multiple illustrations by Thomas Walker. 


          TOR - First Edition Hardcover                                                                             B - Formats                                                                                                TPB - B

Weir, Andy - Artemis

Dust jacket illustration by Daniel Dociu.

If you’re going to commit the perfect crime, you might as well shoot for the moon…

Jazz Bashara has been a resident of Artemis, the lone city on the moon, since she was six years old. Too bad for her, she’s not one of the wealthier inhabitants. Instead she lives fifteen levels down in a grungy coffin that’s only good for sleeping. Jazz barely makes ends meet as a porter delivering goods between Artemis’s five bubbles (Armstrong, Aldrin, Conrad, Bean, and Shepard). Of course, not everything she delivers is legal.

So when traffic in simple contraband leads to a potential heist with a major payday, how can Jazz resist? She doesn’t even want to. But as she lays and executes her plans, there’s a problem. The stakes of this gamble put her smack in the middle of a play for control of Artemis itself--a game she’ll be lucky to get out of alive.

Limited: 750 signed numbered hardcover copies

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 DeRey TPB Copy

Weir, Andy - The Martian

Dust jacket illustration by Daniel Dociu.

Six days ago, astronaut Mark Watney became one of the first people to walk on Mars.

Now, he's sure he'll be the first person to die there.

After a dust storm nearly kills him and forces his crew to evacuate while thinking him dead, Mark finds himself stranded and completely alone with no way to even signal Earth that he’s alive—and even if he could get word out, his supplies would be gone long before a rescue could arrive.

Chances are, though, he won't have time to starve to death. The damaged machinery, unforgiving environment, or plain-old "human error" are much more likely to kill him first.

But Mark isn't ready to give up yet. Drawing on his ingenuity, his engineering skills—and a relentless, dogged refusal to quit—he steadfastly confronts one seemingly insurmountable obstacle after the next. Will his resourcefulness be enough to overcome the impossible odds against him?

The Subterranean Press edition is oversize, with an introduction by Dan Simmons.

Limited: 750 signed numbered hardcover copies


                    Del Rey - First Edition Hardcover                                                                                            Easton Press - Signed/Limited


John Thunstone is the hero of a series of stories by author Manly Wade Wellman. Thunstone is a scholar and playboy who investigates mysterious supernatural events. He is physically large and strong, intelligent, handsome, and wealthy. He is also well-read in occult matters and has access to several weapons that are especially potent against vampires, werewolves and other supernatural creatures.

Thunstone has a sword-cane with a silver blade said to have been forged by Saint Dunstan, patron saint of silversmiths and a noted opponent of the Devil. The blade is inscribed with a text from Judges chapter 5 in the Vulgate, "Sic pereant omnes inimici tui" — "thus perish all your enemies”. 

In addition to the ghosts and other traditional supernatural beings, several of Thunstone's enemies are Wellman's unique creations. These include the shonokins, a race of human-like creatures who claim to have ruled North America before the coming of humans. Thunstone's most persistent foe is a sorcerer named Rowley Thorne, who appears in a number of the stories.

Thunstone originally appeared in short stories published in the pulp magazines. Wellman would later write two novels with Thunstone: What Dreams May Come and The School of Darkness. All his Thunstone short stories have been collected in this stunning Haffner Press edition 'The Complete John Thunstone’ .



The Silver John Series:

Silver John is a fictional character from a series of fantasy stories (1963-84). Though fans refer to him as Silver John or as John the Balladeer, the stories call him simply John. He is an example of the loner hero. The stories are set in the Appalachian mountains of North Carolina. The historical period is never explicitly indicated, but appears to be the middle 20th century. 

John, whose last name is never revealed, is a wandering singer who carries a guitar strung with strings of pure silver. He is a veteran of the Korean War and served in the U.S. Army as a sharpshooter . In his travels, he frequently encounters creatures and superstitions from the folk tales and superstitions of the mountain people. Though John has no formal education, he is self-taught, highly intelligent and widely read; it is implied that his knowledge of occult and folk legendarium is of Ph.D level . This knowledge has granted him competent use of white magic, which he has used on occasion to overcome enemies or obstacles, but it is primarily his courage, wit and essential goodness that always enables him to triumph over supernatural evils (although the silver strings of his guitar and his possession of a copy of The Long Lost Friend are also powerful tools in fighting evil magic), while basic Army training allows him to physically deal with human foes. He has an implied mystic link of some sort to John the Baptist, and much of his personal philosophy can be traced to a "primitive" Gospel-based Christianity.

The stories are rich in the customs and lore of the region and many of the folk songs John sings are authentic as well. Wellman did introduce some original songs and legends but his creations blend seamlessly with the traditional material. Whereas Tolkien integrated Northern mythology into his mythos, and C.S. Lewis the European Fairy Tales of yore, Wellman’s stories are drenched in the folktales and songs of old Americana; the haunting stories of the slaves and the tall tales of the Revolution, strange beasts, witch-women, and dark apparitions. As famed author Karl Edward Wagner wrote: "These stories are chilling and enchanting, magical and down-to-earth, full of wonder and humanity. They are fun. They are like nothing else you’ve read before." 


                                                                                                                    Doubleday - First Editions Hardcover 


                                                                                                                                                                                                                          B - Format 


                                DAW - First Edition Hardcover


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        Mysterious Press - First Edition Hardcover  - Signed

 Ashes of the Sun by Django Wexler 

Long ago, a magical war destroyed an empire, and a new one was built in its ashes. But still the old grudges simmer, and two siblings will fight on opposite sides to save their world, in the start of Django Wexler’s new epic fantasy trilogy

Gyre hasn't seen his beloved sister since their parents sold her to the mysterious Twilight Order. Now, twelve years after her disappearance, Gyre's sole focus is revenge, and he's willing to risk anything and anyone to claim enough power to destroy the Order.

Chasing rumors of a fabled city protecting a powerful artifact, Gyre comes face-to-face with his lost sister. But she isn't who she once was. Trained to be a warrior, Maya wields magic for the Twilight Order's cause. Standing on opposite sides of a looming civil war, the two siblings will learn that not even the ties of blood will keep them from splitting the world in two.

Signed limited hardcover first edition.






                                                                                                                                  Harvill Seeker - First Edition


                                                                                                                          Forge - First Edition                                                                               TOR - First Edition


                                                                                        B - Formats    

In the 1950s, Kate Wilhelm began publishing science fiction after she read a story in a magazine and said, “I can do better than that.” She quickly proved that she could do better, selling “The Mile-Long Spaceship” to John W. Campbell at Astounding. “You have an easy, pleasing and readable style, one that would, moreover, be a marked change in science fiction,” John W. Campbell wrote to her in 1957. Soon she was invited to attend a Milford writers conference in Pennsylvania and there she met Damon Knight, whom she eventually married.

 Working with Knight as he edited his Orbit anthology series, Kate Wilhelm came into her own as a writer, publishing stories that grounded their extrapolations in strong naturalistic depictions of the here-and-now. In tales such as “Ladies and Gentlemen, This Is Your Crisis” and “Baby, You Were Great,” she demonstrated her facility with speculation and science-fictional ideas, while tales like “The Village” and “The Funeral” spoke with great relevance to social and political matters. She received a Nebula Award in 1969 for “The Planners,” one of her many well-crafted stories of scientific inquiry. Kate Wilhelm once said she didn’t set out to cross genre lines with her fiction, she just had a blind spot when it came to genre boundaries. Consequently, her stories often blend elements of mystery, crime, and the supernatural with the scientific rigor of science fiction, and readers never know what to expect when they start to read stories like “The Gorgon Field” or “The Day of the Sharks” or “The Look Alike.” There’s no telling where these characters will take you. 

Many of Kate Wilhelm’s classics tell the tale of a young woman drawn into a web of scientific intrigue, and here you’ll find “The Winter Beach,” “The Fullness of Time,” and “The Bird Cage,” prime examples of this storytelling mode.
The depth of characterization and the psychological insight in stories like “The Downstairs Room” and “The Infinity Box” firmly established her at the forefront of her generation. 
Over the next five decades, Wilhelm went on to fulfill the promise — many times over — of her first wave of top-flight work. 
With forty-one stories (reprinted from a wide variety of sources), a perceptive introduction by Jack Dann, and an informative afterword by editor John Pelan, these two volumes are troves of reading pleasure for everyone lucky enough to get their hands on them. 

  • Two volume set, over 1,500 pages of Kate Wilhelm’s best science fiction.
  • Introduction by Jack Dann.
  • Cover artworks by Jim & Ruth Keegan.
  • Afterword by John Pelan.
  • Limited to 500 signed and numbered copies.
  • Signed by Jack Dann, Jim & Ruth Keegan, and John Pelan, with a facsimile signature by Kate Wilhelm.



              PS Publishing - Signed/Limited Hardcover     


                      Baen - First Edition Hardcover




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The Spider World Series:


                     Grafton - First Edition Hardcover                                                  Grafton - First Edition Hardcover                                        Harper Collins - First Edition Hardcover 



                                                                                                                      Doubleday - First Edition Hardcover 


                                                                                                                               MJF - First Edition Hardcover

Richard Wilson - Masters of Science Fiction.

The late Richard Wilson’s fifty-year career began with “Retribution” in Oswald Train’s zine Science Adventure Stories and finished in 1988 with “The Name on the Book” in Rod Serling’s The Twilight Zone Magazine.

Wilson’s writing was particularly noteworthy for its consistently high level of quality. Whether working at novel length or with short stories, Wilson was incapable of writing anything less than professional, highly polished work.

This volume collects nearly two dozen of his best stories, ranging from “The Hoaxters,” “The Inhabited,” and “Those Idiots from Earth” to his brilliant posthumously-published novella “At the Sign of the Boar’s Head Nebula,” originally slated for The Last Dangerous Visions and kindly made available to us by Harlan Ellison.

“At the Sign of the Boar’s Head Nebula” is considered by several knowledgeable critics of the genre to be the finest single work that Mr. Wilson produced. It is in remarkably good company, joined with two other powerful novellas, “The Far King” and “The Nineteenth-Century Spaceship,” giving Richard Wilson a fair claim to being one of the founding fathers of steampunk.

Along with the stories, this collection includes several highly regarded novelettes, including the Nebula Award-winning “Mother to the World,” “The Story Writer,” “Gone Past,” “If A Man Answers,” “It’s Cold Outside,” “A Man Spekith,” and “See Me Not.” Rounding out the book are a selection of the author’s finest short pieces, making this a cornerstone volume for any serious collection of modern science fiction.

Richard Wilson (1920-1987), a member of the near-legendary Futurians, is considered by many to have been one of the most consistently excellent writers of science fiction. A journalist by trade, Wilson brought to his fiction a crisp economy of style and a precise language in a field often criticized for overly-florid prose. With stories running the gamut from the humorous to bone-chilling horror and everything in between, Richard Wilson could quite accurately be said to have written something for everyone. 

Centipede Press - Hardcover, signed limited.


The Golden Queen Trilogy:


                                                                                                                                    TOR - First Editions Hardcover 


                Unwin - First Edition Hardcover                    Unwin - First Edition Hardcover               Harper Collins - First Edition Hardcover                                                                                                                                                            


                                                                                     Ace - First Edition Hardcover              

 The Black Hawks - David Wragg 

Dark, thrilling, and hilarious, The Black Hawks is an epic adventure perfect for fans of Joe Abercrombie and Scott Lynch.

Life as a knight is not what Vedren Chel imagined. Bound by oath to a dead-end job in the service of a lazy step-uncle, Chel no longer dreams of glory – he dreams of going home.

When invaders throw the kingdom into turmoil, Chel finds opportunity in the chaos: if he escorts a stranded prince to safety, Chel will be released from his oath.

All he has to do is drag the brat from one side of the country to the other, through war and wilderness, chased all the way by ruthless assassins.

With killers on your trail, you need killers watching your back. You need the Black Hawk Company – mercenaries, fighters without equal, a squabbling, scrapping pack of rogues.

Prepare to join the Black Hawks.

    Signed & Numbered

    Limited Edition

    Sprayed Edges


  •     UK First Edition, First Printing


                           Holt - First Edition Hardcover                                            Crowswing - First Edition Hardcover 


                                                    B - Format