New York: Stokes, 1933. 8vo, red cloth, lettered in black; bookplate, d.w. New York: Stokes, 1933. Early edition of this very popular book that sparked interest in sc-fi, and was the basis for a 1951 motion picture. The dust wrapper is chipped and missing a one inch piece at the top of the spine. The back flap advertises the book "After Worlds Collide", which was published in 1934.
New York: Harper Collins/Joanna Cottler, 2002. Illustrated by the author. 8vo, colored pictorial wrappers; (one corner bent, otherwise fine). New York: Harper Collins/Joanna Cottler, (2002). First Edition. Advance Reading Copy. The illustrations, unlike in the final book are not in color. Presentation copy, signed "Clive" on the title page, and a full page ink drawing, signed in full, on the blank page facing the title, of character from the book.
Clarksburg, W.Va. Gray Barker, 1956. Illustrated with both black-and-white photographs and drawings. 99pp, 8vo, printed wrappers; minor wear at corners and small ownership stamp on first blank page Everybody's Book Shop. Clarksburg, W. Va.: Gray Barker, (1956). Very good(+) copy, in plastic sleeve. Gray Barker introduced the notion of Men In Black to UFO lore. In addition to Barker, this volume includes text penned by Jacqueline Sanders, M.K. Jessup, Alice K. Wells, George Adamski, Laimon A. Mitris, Justin Case, R....
Clarksburg, W. Va. Gray Barker, 1955. Illustrated with both black-and-white photographs, drawings, and cartoons. 62pp, 8vo, printed wrappers; minor edge wear, last five pages upper corners repaired, small ownership stamp on first blank page Everybody's Book Shop. Clarksburg, W. Va.: Gray Barker, (1955). Very good(-) copy, in plastic sleeve. Gray Barker introduced the notion of Men In Black to UFO lore. In addition to Barker's name, this volume includes text penned by Frank Edwards, Vaughn Maynard Greene, George Adamski, John...
Paris: Mille et Une Nuits, 1998. Illustre par Chris Lane.92pp Square 8vo, printed wrappers. Paris" Editions Mille et Une Nuits, 1998. Firt French edition. French translation of Ahmed ant the Oblivion Machine. Presentation copy, sighed in full, "....Head for the shore!/ but where is the dam thing?/ Love,"
Sauk City: Arkham House, 1947. 8vo, black cloth, dust wrapper. Sauk City: Arkham House, 1947. First Edition. One of 3000 stated copies. The book has brown-stains on the front & back flyleaves, as well as a bookplate. The dust wrapper is un-clipped, but is chipped at the top of the spine affecting the author's name, a bit frayed along top edge, and the back white panel is dust soiled. Bradbury has inscribed and signed the title page; " Pauil ! "8/28/86"