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 WOLLHEIM, DONALD A. & ERNSBERGER, GEORGE (EDITORS)(ROBERT E. HOWARD; C. L. MOORE; ALGERNON BLACKWOOD; NICTZIN DYALHIS; WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON; THORP MCCLUSKY; MANLY WADE WELLMAN), The Avon Fantasy Reader (Vol. 1)
WOLLHEIM, DONALD A. & ERNSBERGER, GEORGE (EDITORS)(ROBERT E. HOWARD; C. L. MOORE; ALGERNON BLACKWOOD; NICTZIN DYALHIS; WILLIAM HOPE HODGSON; THORP MCCLUSKY; MANLY WADE WELLMAN)
The Avon Fantasy Reader (Vol. 1)
NY, Avon. 1969. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, Jan. 1969; #S384. Cover art by Gray Morrow. Paperback original. Selections from the defunct magazine of the same name. Includes: "The Witch from hell's Kitchen" by Robert E. Howard; "Black Thirst" by C. L. Moore; "A Victim of Higher Space" by Algernon Blackwood; "The Sapphire Siren" by Nictzin Dyalhis; "A Voice in the Night" by William Hope Hodgson; "The Crawling Horror" by Thorp McClusky; "The Kelpie" by Manly Wade Wellman. Rubbing; tanning; name on first page in pen. Good+ to Very Good-.
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Book number: SH40
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Keywords: Horror, Fantasy Anthologies Catalog1 Catalog Fantasy Anthologies

 G-8 AND HIS BATTLE ACES (ROBERT J. HOGAN), G-8 and His Battle Aces: February, Feb. 1940 ("White Wings for the Dead")
G-8 AND HIS BATTLE ACES (ROBERT J. HOGAN)
G-8 and His Battle Aces: February, Feb. 1940 ("White Wings for the Dead")
NY, Popular Publications. 1940. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 20, no. 1. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited for "White Wings for the Dead" (novel) by Robert J. Hogan. Includes "Chinaman's Chance" (A Greaseball Joe Story); "Last Call for the Brave"; "Two Roads to Glory"; "G-8 Speaks". Illustrated by John Fleming Gould. Tears and losses to cover; small stain to front lower foredge corner, early and late;. Good+ to Very Good-.
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 TEN DETECTIVE ACES (DON JAMES; LARRY HOLDEN; JULIAN DAGGETT; NORMAN A. DANIELS; BRUNO FISCHER; RALPH C. MERCER; TALMAGE POWELL; JOSEPH F. HOOK; V. E. THIESSEN; JOE ARCHIBALD), Ten Detective Aces: May 1948
TEN DETECTIVE ACES (DON JAMES; LARRY HOLDEN; JULIAN DAGGETT; NORMAN A. DANIELS; BRUNO FISCHER; RALPH C. MERCER; TALMAGE POWELL; JOSEPH F. HOOK; V. E. THIESSEN; JOE ARCHIBALD)
Ten Detective Aces: May 1948
NY, Ace Periodicals, Inc. 1948. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. LV, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Edited by Donald A. Wollheim. Cover art by Norman Saunders for "Crime Does Not Play" (novelet) by Don James. Includes "Written in Blood" by Larry Holden; "Murder by Magic" by Julian Daggett; "The Crimson Letter" by Norman A. Daniels; "Quest from the Grave" (novelet) by Bruno Fischer; "Louder Than Guns" by Ralph C. Mercer; "Biers for Two" by Talmage Powell; "The Eyes Have It" by Joseph F. Hook; "Six Tricks Make a Corpse" by V. E. Thiessen; "Hayseed Homicide" by Joe Archibald. Uncredited illustrations. Creasing; tanning; edge tears; 2.5" tear at upper rear cover hinge; small loss at rear cover mid foredge. Good+ to Very Good-.
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9780061718960 ACKERMAN, KENNETH D., Trotsky in New York, 1917
ACKERMAN, KENNETH D.
Trotsky in New York, 1917
Berkeley, Counterpoint. 2016. (ISBN: 9780061718960). Paperback. 1st printing (2016). Trade-sized. Minor handling flaws and end stains. Very Good+ to Near Fine.
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 WESTERN ACTION (LEE FLOREN; JOE AUSTELL SMALL; ARCHIE JOCELYN; LEO HOBAN), Western Action: February, Feb. 1945
WESTERN ACTION (LEE FLOREN; JOE AUSTELL SMALL; ARCHIE JOCELYN; LEO HOBAN)
Western Action: February, Feb. 1945
NY, Columbia Publications. 1945. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 9, No. 4. Pulp magazine. Cover art is uncredited for "Gun-Slammer's Range" (complete new novel) by Lee Floren. Includes "Stingy Men Are Spendthrifts" by Joe Austell Small; "Rustlin' for Romance" by Archie Jocelyn; "The Kid Comes Home" by Leo Hoban. Illustrated by E. Fax, Bjorklund, and others. Contents maked off in pencil and owner;s marks on cover in same; title are of cover has been slightly wet (no real staining but some waviness); a few minor, short edge tears. Very Good+.
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 ADAMS, CLEVE F., Murder All over ("Up Jumped the Devil")
ADAMS, CLEVE F.
Murder All over ("Up Jumped the Devil")
NY, Signet. 1950. Mass Market Paperback. 1st printing, Jan. 1950; #765. Cover art is uncredited. A little bent from poor stacking; front cover lower spien corner has light stain, visible on inside; laminate losses with small scars to spine whcih lean; spien and hinges sunned; tanning; edge nicks and wear. A scarce title. Good+ to Very Good-.
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Keywords: Mystery

 MAMMOTH ADVENTURE (TOM W. BLACKBURN; RICHARD S. SHAVER; CHESTER S. GEIER; JOSEPH C. CHADWICK; CRAIG ELLIS; WILLIAM G. BOGART; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON), Mammoth Adventure: November, Nov. 1946
MAMMOTH ADVENTURE (TOM W. BLACKBURN; RICHARD S. SHAVER; CHESTER S. GEIER; JOSEPH C. CHADWICK; CRAIG ELLIS; WILLIAM G. BOGART; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON)
Mammoth Adventure: November, Nov. 1946
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1946. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 1, No. 3. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by Robert Gibson Jones for "The Cassock and the Sword" (novelet) by Tom W. Blackburn; "The Tunca Puncu Nugget" (novelet) by Richard S. Shaver; "Quest of the Split Map" (novelet) by Chester S. Geier; "Valiant Dust' by Joseph C. Chadwick; "Convince Me, I Said" by Craig Ellis; "The Crazy Indian" (short novel) by William G. Bogart; "Wanted: Dead man" by Berkeley Livingston. Features: "The Editor's Page"; "Floating Hell" by Henrietta Brown; "Female Bluebeard" by Peter Bogg; "Oral oddities" by Leslie Anderson; "Ruffian Dick: Explorer" by Robert Clayton; "Neptune's Maidens" by A. Morris. Illustrated by William A. Gray, Robert Fuqua, George Eads, J. Allen St. John, James B. Settles, and Rod Ruth. Creasing; glue inside hinges; tape inside cover repairign a tear at lower end; standard wear and tear at edges.tanning; rubbing. Good to Very Good-.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON), Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON)
Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
NY, Ziff Davis. 1945. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 7, No. 3. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover by Arnold Kohn for "Diamond of Doom" (novel) by Alexander Blade (house pseud.). Includes "A Grave for Gullible" by B. E. Liston [Berkeley Livingston]; "The Tiger Has a Souli" by Lester Barclay [Berkeley Livingston]; "Dr. Zanger's Cats" (novelet) by J. J. Allerton; "What's New?" by E. E. Pelletier; "It's Raining Dimes" and "The Lotus Temple" (novelet) by Berkeley Livingston. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Little Things in Life" by Fran Miles; "Fantastic facts" by Lee Owens; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade"; "Home Grown Meat" by J. Nelson; "Romance of the Elements" by Gordon McLean & Rod Ruth; "Marine Engineering in the Insect World" by Henrietta Brown; "Reader's Page"; "Something Simple for the Scientists" by Wayne Harris; "The Greenhouse Factory" by C. S. Rice; "Latest of the Miraculous 'Sulfas" by Joe Manners; "High! Octane Gas" by Carter T. Wainwright; "The Pleasant Dentist" by Pete Bogg; "Stories of the Stars" by Henry Gade; "Looking Too Far Ahead" by Fran Miles; "Homemade Safety Glass" by A. Morris. Illustrations by Haddon, Fletcher, Ronald Clyne, Arnold Kohn, Robert Fuqua, J. Allen St. John, and Magarian. Bumps to front; loss at upper rear spine corner (about 3" long x 1" deep); tears at spine ends; dusty with some soiling and spots; tanning; a little musty; minor soiling. Good to Very Good-.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON), Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON)
Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
NY, Ziff Davis. 1945. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 7, No. 3. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover by Arnold Kohn for "Diamond of Doom" (novel) by Alexander Blade (house pseud.). Includes "A Grave for Gullible" by B. E. Liston [Berkeley Livingston]; "The Tiger Has a Souli" by Lester Barclay [Berkeley Livingston]; "Dr. Zanger's Cats" (novelet) by J. J. Allerton; "What's New?" by E. E. Pelletier; "It's Raining Dimes" and "The Lotus Temple" (novelet) by Berkeley Livingston. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Little Things in Life" by Fran Miles; "Fantastic facts" by Lee Owens; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade"; "Home Grown Meat" by J. Nelson; "Romance of the Elements" by Gordon McLean & Rod Ruth; "Marine Engineering in the Insect World" by Henrietta Brown; "Reader's Page"; "Something Simple for the Scientists" by Wayne Harris; "The Greenhouse Factory" by C. S. Rice; "Latest of the Miraculous 'Sulfas" by Joe Manners; "High! Octane Gas" by Carter T. Wainwright; "The Pleasant Dentist" by Pete Bogg; "Stories of the Stars" by Henry Gade; "Looking Too Far Ahead" by Fran Miles; "Homemade Safety Glass" by A. Morris. Illustrations by Haddon, Fletcher, Ronald Clyne, Arnold Kohn, Robert Fuqua, J. Allen St. John, and Magarian. Glue mends to rear hinge; tape inside rear cover; standatd wear and tear at edge sand conrers; short tears to spine ends; mild tanning; minor soiling. Good+ to Very Good-.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (LEE FRANCIS; GERALD VANCE; GUY ARCHETTE; PAUL W. FAIRMAN; JOHN FLETCHER), Fantastic Adventures: May 1952
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (LEE FRANCIS; GERALD VANCE; GUY ARCHETTE; PAUL W. FAIRMAN; JOHN FLETCHER)
Fantastic Adventures: May 1952
NY, Ziff Davis. 1952. SingleIssueMagazine. Association, Vol. 14, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover art by Lee Ramon Summers for "The Soul Snatchers" (novel) by Lee Francis. Includes "Strictly Formal" by Gerald Vance; "Who Flee Their Chains" by Guy Archette; "Let's Have a Little Reverence" (novelette) by Paul W. Fairman; "A Star Has Fallen" (short novel) by John Fletcher. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "Radiation Burns Me Up!" by Salem Lane; "Clothes Save the Man" by Frederick Booth; "Sounds That Cure" by Jon Barry; "Straight Down" by Lee Owens; "Reader's Page"; "See You on teh Moon" by June Lurie; "Some Stars Don't Shine" by Merritt linn; "Needed - New Elements" by Leo Lewin; "It's Here to Stay" by L. A. Burt; "Pulp It In!" by Dale Lord; "A Fish Tale" by glen otis; "It Takes Two" by E. Bruce Yaches. Illustrated by Ed Emsler, Tom Navarro, Tom Beecham, and Paul Lundy. A little bent from poor stacking; mild tanning; foxing. Cover and contents page stamped "Property of Ted White", noted editor and writer, from his collection. Very Good.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; IVAR JORGENSEN; TED TAINE; NOEL LOOMIS; TEDD THOMEY; GORDON MACCREAGH), Fantastic Adventures: March, Mar. 1953
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; IVAR JORGENSEN; TED TAINE; NOEL LOOMIS; TEDD THOMEY; GORDON MACCREAGH)
Fantastic Adventures: March, Mar. 1953
NY, Ziff Davis. 1953. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 15, No. 3. Final issue. Edited by Howard Browne. Cover by Frank Novarro for "Gambit on Ganymede" by Alexander Blade (house psued.). Includes "The Beast" by Ivar Jorgensen (house psued.); "Woman's World" by Ted Taine [Evan Hunter]; "Ceti Was a Whale" by Noel Loomis; "Boy Meets Tree" by Tedd Thomey; "Projection from Epsilon" by Gordon MacCreagh. Features: "Editor's Notebook"; "The Madman" by Charles recour; "When the Earth Was Young" by Omar Booth; "Perchance to Dream" by Sam Dewey; "Death on the Betelguese" by Dee Arlen; "Land of the Matriarchs" by E. Bruce Yaches. Illustrated by Dick Francis, Frank Navarro, Dotzenko, and George Olesen. Bumps and dings; a little bent from poor stacking; tanning; minor soiling. Very Good.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; JAMES NORMAN; JOHN YORK CABOT; DAVID WRIGHT O'BRIEN; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; DON WILCOX; DUNCAN FARNSWORTH), Fantastic Adventures: March, Mar. 1941 ("Slaves of the Fish Men" a Carson of Venus Tale)
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; JAMES NORMAN; JOHN YORK CABOT; DAVID WRIGHT O'BRIEN; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; DON WILCOX; DUNCAN FARNSWORTH)
Fantastic Adventures: March, Mar. 1941 ("Slaves of the Fish Men" a Carson of Venus Tale)
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 2. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by J. Allen St. John for "Slaves of the Fish Men" (novel featuring Carson of Venus) by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Includes "Death Walks in Washington" by James Norman; "The Thought Robot" by John York Cabot; "Beyond the Time Door" by David Wright O'Brien; "Adopted Son of the Stars" by William P. McGivern; "Secret of the Stone Doll" (novelet) by Don Wilcox; "Twenty-Fifth Century Sherlock" by Duncan Farnsworth. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "Harnessing the Sahara"; "Romance of the Elements"; "Fantastic Hoaxes"; "The Miracle of U-235"; "An Author's 'True' Fantastic Adventure"; "Introducing the Author" (William P. McGivern); "Quiz Page"; "Reader's Page"; "Correspondence Corner". Illustrations by J. Allen St, Julian S. Krupa, John, Robert Fuqua, Jay Jackson, and others.Tears at spien ends; creasing; tanning; rubbing; standard wear and tears at edges; minor soiling. Good+ to Very Good-.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; NAT SCHACHNER; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; DON WILCOX; DUNCAN FARNSWORTH; DWIGHT V. SWAIN), Fantastic Adventures: November, Nov. 1941 ("the Living Dead" a Carson of Venus Tale)
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; NAT SCHACHNER; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN; DON WILCOX; DUNCAN FARNSWORTH; DWIGHT V. SWAIN)
Fantastic Adventures: November, Nov. 1941 ("the Living Dead" a Carson of Venus Tale)
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 9. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by J. Allen St. John for "The Living Dead" (novel featuring Carson of Venus) by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Includes "Eight Who Came Back" (novelet) by Nat Schachner; "Al Addin and the Infra-red Lamp" (novelet) by William P. McGivern; "The Man from the Future" by Don Wilcox; "The Genius of Mr. Pry" by Duncan Farnsworth; "Henry Horn's Super-solvent" by Dwight V. Swain. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "Romance of the Elements"; "Reader's Page"; "Correspondence Corner". Illustrations by J. Allen St, John, Robert Fuqua, Ned Hadley, Jay Jackson, Julian S. Krupa, and Rod Ruth. Edge and corner wear; tanning. Very Good+.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; JEP POWELL; ARTHUR T. HARRIS; RALPH MILNE FARLEY & AL P. NELSON; JOHN YORK CABOT; ROBERT LESLIE BELLEM; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN), Fantastic Adventures: July 1941 ("Goddess of Fire")
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS; JEP POWELL; ARTHUR T. HARRIS; RALPH MILNE FARLEY & AL P. NELSON; JOHN YORK CABOT; ROBERT LESLIE BELLEM; WILLIAM P. MCGIVERN)
Fantastic Adventures: July 1941 ("Goddess of Fire")
NY, Ziff-Davis. 1941. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 3, No. 5. Pulp magazine. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover art by J. Allen St. John for "Goddess of Fire" (novel featuring Carson of Venus) by Edgar Rice Burroughs. Includes "Murdered - Yet Alive" by Jep Powell; "Abner Schlap's Strange Insight" by Arthur T. Harris; "City of Lost Souls" by Ralph Milne Farley & Al P. Nelson; "Three Terrible People" by John York Cabot; "Robots Can't Lie" by Robert Leslie Bellem; "Doorway of Vanishing Men" by William P. McGivern. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "Romance of the Elements"; "Fantastic Forecast"; "Fantastic Oddities"; "Introducting the Authors"; "Quiz Page"; "Reader's Page"; "Correspondence Corner". Illustrations by J. Allen St, John, Robert Fuqua, Magarian, Julian S. Krupa, Jay Jackson, and Rod Ruth. Upper third of issue has been wet and is wavy and stained (see scan); tanning; minor tears at spine ends. Good.
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 FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON), Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
FANTASTIC ADVENTURES (ALEXANDER BLADE; B. E. LISTON; LESTER BARCLAY; J. J. ALLERTON; E. E. PELLETIER; BERKELEY LIVINGSTON)
Fantastic Adventures: July 1945
NY, Ziff Davis. 1945. SingleIssueMagazine. Vol. 7, No. 3. Edited by Raymond A. Palmer. Cover by Arnold Kohn for "Diamond of Doom" (novel) by Alexander Blade (house pseud.). Includes "A Grave for Gullible" by B. E. Liston [Berkeley Livingston]; "The Tiger Has a Souli" by Lester Barclay [Berkeley Livingston]; "Dr. Zanger's Cats" (novelet) by J. J. Allerton; "What's New?" by E. E. Pelletier; "It's Raining Dimes" and "The Lotus Temple" (novelet) by Berkeley Livingston. Features: "The Editor's Notebook"; "The Little Things in Life" by Fran Miles; "Fantastic facts" by Lee Owens; "Vignettes of Famous Scientists" by Alexander Blade"; "Home Grown Meat" by J. Nelson; "Romance of the Elements" by Gordon McLean & Rod Ruth; "Marine Engineering in the Insect World" by Henrietta Brown; "Reader's Page"; "Something Simple for the Scientists" by Wayne Harris; "The Greenhouse Factory" by C. S. Rice; "Latest of the Miraculous 'Sulfas" by Joe Manners; "High! Octane Gas" by Carter T. Wainwright; "The Pleasant Dentist" by Pete Bogg; "Stories of the Stars" by Henry Gade; "Looking Too Far Ahead" by Fran Miles; "Homemade Safety Glass" by A. Morris. Illustrations by Haddon, Fletcher, Ronald Clyne, Arnold Kohn, Robert Fuqua, J. Allen St. John, and Magarian. Stress; creasing; tears; tanning; tears at spine head. Very Good-.
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