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  • BOVA, Ben and A.J. Austin
    TO SAVE THE SUN

    Edition: First printing

    New York: Tom Doherty / Tor, 1992. Advance uncorrected proof in yellow card covers printed in black. Spine very lightly sunned, else fine.

    Book ID: 39449
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  • ELDERSHAW, (M. Barnard) (pseud. of
    TOMORROW AND TOMORROW

    Edition: First UK issue

    London & Melbourne: Phoenix House / Georgian House, 1948. Tan cloth. Soft bumps to upper outer corners of covers; tears to rear free endpaper repaired; else a VG copy, no owner names. Price-clipped dust jacket has chips to spne tips and upper edge of panels repaired internally & externally with cellotape, good otherwise. A future novel - Australian 400 years hence.; Octavo

    Book ID: 29174
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  • PAGE, P.K.
    UNLESS THE EYE CATCH FIRE

    Edition: First printing

    Victoria, BC: Full Spectrum Press, 1994. Inscribed by Author; pp 31, stapled in card covers. Fine copy. Inscribed by the author to her old friend Connie Rooke. A poem and an apocalyptic story by the acclaimed Canadian poet and painter. People in Western Canada starting having visions of intense colour, the earth grows hot, the government issues cyanide pills. ; Octavo; Signed by Author

    Book ID: 53481
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  • HARRIS, Frank
    UNPATH'D WATERS

    Edition: Firsr Canadian issue

    London / Toronto: John Lane The Bodley Head / Bell and Cockburn, 1913. Dark green cloth stamped in gilt and blind, with the Bell & Cockburn spine imprint. pp (10), 303. Text paper a little toned, page edges yellowed, VG+ otherwise, no owner names. A novel with some supernatural interest, in Bleiler. In the first issue binding.

    Book ID: 41114
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  • HARRIS, Frank
    UNPATH'D WATERS

    Edition: First Canadian issue

    London / Toronto: John Lane The Bodley Head / Bell and Cockburn, 1913. Dark green cloth stamped in gilt and blind, with the Bell & Cockburn spine imprint. pp (10), 303. Text paper a little toned, page edges yellowed, nick at foot of spine, VG otherwise. A novel with some supernatural interest, in Bleiler.

    Book ID: 41098
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  • HARRIS, Frank
    UNPATH'D WATERS

    Edition: First US printing

    New York: Mitchell Kennerley, 1913. Octavo, green cloth. First issue binding (gilt lettered, 2k copies). Spine lightly darkened, two red spots on rear cover, page edges yellowed, else a VG copy,. no owner names. A collection of stories. Some supernatural interest. Bleiler p 34. Reginald 6802.

    Book ID: 41109
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  • DAVIS, Richard Harding
    VERA THE MEDIUM. Illustrated by Frederic Dorr Steele.

    Edition: First Edition

    New York: Scribner's, 1908. In the remainder issue binding. Red cloth lettered in white. 6 plates inserted. Lacking the tissue guard to the frontispiece; delicate white spine lettering a bit flaked; light age-darkening to spine; bookplate to front pastedown; age -darkening to top page edges; corner crease to one leaf cracked but still attached, neatly reinforced with clear archival paper tape; a VG clean & unworn copy otherwise. First issued in purple cloth 3 June, 1908, in an edition of 21.5 K copies. Unsold sheets were bound up in this remainder binding and issued 18 March, 1911. BAL 4548. Bleiler p.56 (spiritualism).; Octavo

    Book ID: 10081
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  • MacLENNAN, Hugh
    VOICES IN TIME.

    Toronto: Macmillan. Inscribed by Author; Second printing, Nov., 1980 (first was Sept., 1980). Octavo, hardcover, blue boards. Text paper tanned as always; front cover and head of spine quite spotted; crease to lower outer corner of pp 221-22; owner name's crossed out with felt tip marker on front free endpaper; book a bit leaned; a good tight copy otherwise. The (supplied) dust jacket has moderate rubbing, VG otherwise. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR in ink on the title page "To my dear friend the Padre - Hugh MacLennan. 1981". MacLennan's biographer Elspeth Cameron considered this to be his greatest novel. A post-nuclear holocaust novel set in Montreal in the year 2030. An old man looks back on the destruction of…

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    Toronto: Macmillan. Inscribed by Author; Second printing, Nov., 1980 (first was Sept., 1980). Octavo, hardcover, blue boards. Text paper tanned as always; front cover and head of spine quite spotted; crease to lower outer corner of pp 221-22; owner name's crossed out with felt tip marker on front free endpaper; book a bit leaned; a good tight copy otherwise. The (supplied) dust jacket has moderate rubbing, VG otherwise. INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR in ink on the title page "To my dear friend the Padre - Hugh MacLennan. 1981". MacLennan's biographer Elspeth Cameron considered this to be his greatest novel. A post-nuclear holocaust novel set in Montreal in the year 2030. An old man looks back on the destruction of most of the world's cities in the 1980's. In the new Dark Ages, books were burned and all records of the past wiped out - well, almost. The name under the black out seems to say "McLaverty, Queen's March 1981."; Signed by Author 0771595700

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    Book ID: 17832
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  • Clarke, I.F.
    Voices Prophesying War: Future Wars 1763-3749

    Oxford University Press, 1992. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Black boards. pp 268 + plates; index, checklist of all titles. Bump to lower outer corner of rear cover and jacket, ink owner name, else fine in fine jacket. A thorough revision of the 1966 edition, with many additions and a new chapter. ; Octavo 0192123025

    Book ID: 47993
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  • BARKER, Clive
    WEAVEWORLD

    Edition: First Canadian issue

    Toronto: Collins Canada, 1987. Advance reading copy. Thick octavo, red card covers. pp (12), 732. Made from UK sheets, with the London title page. VG copy. Books One, Two, and Three (cover says Parts 1-4). Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.

    Book ID: 42332
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  • Weis, Margaret and Tracy Hickman
    Well of Darkness

    New York: Eos / HarperCollins, c. 2000 (Harper Collins). Third printing. Black & cream boards, colour illustrated endpapers. Fine in fine jacket. Signed by Margaret Weis on an illustrated label on the half-title leaf. First volume in The Sovereign Stone trilogy. Note: bit over 1 kg parcel, extra shipping may be required.; Octavo.; Signed by Author 0061051802

    Book ID: 25069
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  • WHEN THE BIRD FLY SOUTH by COBLENTZ, Stanton A.
    COBLENTZ, Stanton A.
    WHEN THE BIRD FLY SOUTH

    Edition: First printing

    Mill Valley: The Wings Press, 1945. Terra cotta cloth. Yellowing to inner margin of front pastedown and lightly to page edges, very nearly fine otherwise. Dust jacket has small chips at head of spine and to upper outer corners, VG otherwiswe. An attractive copy of this lost race tale set in the mountains of Afghanistan.; Octavo

    Book ID: 51191
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  • BUDRYS, Algis
    WHO?

    Edition: First printing

    1958: Pyramid Books, 1973. Mass market paperback original, Pyramid G339. Soft corner creases to front cover, VG clean and tight copy otherwise. Basis of the 1973 film starring Elliott Gould and Trevor Howard. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.

    Book ID: 46913
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  • CANNAN, Gilbert
    WINDMILLS: a book of fables

    Edition: First US printing

    New York: Huebsch, 1920. Cloth & boards. Yellowing to text paper; private owner stamp in blind at front; else a VG clean, tight and unworn jacketless copy. Dedicated to D.H. Lawrence. Some supernatural content. Bleiler (1978) p. 38. "Fantasy satires. Two of the four novelettes, 'Samways Island' and 'Ultimus,' concern a floating island which chances upon a conflict between imaginary nations (Fatland and Fatterland; thinly disguised England and Germany) and brings the war to a halt. The third, 'Gynecologia,' describes Fatland of the future while the fourth, 'Out of Work,' is a fantasy set in Fatland." - Locke, A Spectrum of Fantasy.

    Book ID: 43286
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  • NELSON, Arthur C.
    WINGS OF DANGER

    Edition: First Edition

    New York: McBride, 1915. Blue-green pictorial cloth stamped in lilac and gilt. pp (12), 448, [4] + colour frontispi3ed3e and 3 b&w plates. Yellowing to page edges, gilt spine imprint dulled, very nearly fine otherwise, very nice copy.. Bleiler p 147. A lost race novel; a kingdom of Vikings is discovered in Africa. Scarce.

    Book ID: 41775
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  • LAUMER, Keith
    WORLDS OF THE IMPERIUM

    Edition: First UK printing

    London: Dennis Dobson, 1967. Variant in black boards (also comes in brown). Fine copy. Price-clipped jacket has two creased nicks to bottom of front panel; spine very lightly yellowed with mild soiling; one inch tear and faint sticker shadow to front panel; VG otherwise. The first edition in hardcover of the author's first book (US edition, 1962), was in paperback only. ; Octavo 0234770635

    Book ID: 42956
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  • BABCOCK, George
    YEZAD: a romance of the unknown

    Edition: First Edition

    Bridgeport, CT: Co-operative Publishing Company, 1922. Blue cloth gilt. pp (8), 463, Glossary at rear. Spine concave, bit darkened, worn at ends; lacking the front free endpaper, front inner hinge neatly repaired; damp stain with colour loss to rear cover; page edges yellowed; just a good, sound copy, now tight in the binding. Bleiler (1978) p 13. Reginal 00688. "Highly eccentric romance of reincarnation, which includes an account of the colonization of the Moon by near-perfect humans of Mars and the unhappy circumstances of the descent of our ancestors to Earth." - Anatomy of Wonder (1981) 2-4. . "Mixture of the occult, philosophy and science fiction in which a flight to an advanced Mars is undertaken" - Locke, Spectrum of Fantasy (1980). A sound reading copy of an uncommon book.

    Book ID: 43815
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  • PEEKE, Margaret B.
    ZENIA THE VESTAL; or The Problem of Vibrations

    Boston: Arena Publishing Company, 1896. Small quarto. "Second Edition" (first was Arena, 1893). Blue cloth gilt lettered, green floral endpapers. [2], vi, (7) - (356), [2] pp. Rubbing to tips of lightly darkened spine; small ink spot to front cover; light damp stains to fore margins of covers; small soil spots to rear cover; rubber stamp on front fly leaf; light tide mark to fore margin of lightly toned text; short tear at top of front free endpaper neatly repaired on verso;a good, tight and unworn copy otherwise, inner hinges not cracked. Reginald 11276. Bleiler p. 155. A supernatural novel with an occult / spiritualist theme.Note: 1.5 kg parcel, extra postage may be required.

    Book ID: 24212
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