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    [Horror & Supernatural]. Group of Twelve Titles, Eight of Which are SIGNED. Various publishers and dates. First editions; nine of twelve LIMITED EDITIONS. Eight books signed by the authors and/or contributors. (See ext. description for details.) Twelve octavos. Publishers' wrappers, bindings, and dust jackets. Fine.

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    Ramsey Campbell. Dark Feasts: The World of Ramsey Campbell. London: Robinson Publishing, [1987]. First edition, first printing.  One of about 400 copies that escaped the publisher's recall of the edition to correct printing errors. Collects thirty stories. Jones and Newman (eds), Horror: 100 Best Books 100.

    S. Darnbrook Colson; Edward Lee; D. F. Lewis; Elizabeth Massie; Wayne Allen Sallee; and Lucy Taylor. The Ultimate 6-Pack: Snakes by S. Darnbrook Colson; Edward Lee's Quest for Sex, Truth and Reality by Edward Lee; The Best of D. F. Lewis by D. F. Lewis; Stephen by Elizabeth Massie; Pain Grin by Wayne Allen Sallee; and Unnatural Acts by Lucy Taylor. Leesburg, VA: TAL Publications, 1992.  First edition. Each chapbook limited to 1000 numbered copies signed by the author, except Colson's SNAKES which was limited to 500 numbered copies.  Stories of dark fantasy and erotic horror, including "Stephen," a Bram Stoker Award winning story by Elizabeth Massie and other nasty stuff.

    Peter Straub. Leeson Park and Belsize Square: Poems 1970-1975. San Francisco, California, Columbia, Pennsylvania: Underwood-Miller, 1983. First edition. Limited to 1000 copies of which this is one of 780 trade copies. 

    Michael Shea. I, Said the Fly. [Seattle]: Silver Salamander Press, [1993]. First edition. Limited to 875 copies of which this is one 300 numbered clothbound copies signed by Shea and introducer Larry Tritten. Parasitic bug-like aliens take over human bodies and use them as incubators for their offspring. 

    John C. Pelan (editor). Axolotl Special 1. [Eugene, Oregon: Pulphouse Publishing, 1989.] First edition. Limited to 925 copies of which 900 were for sale. This is one of 300 numbered clothbound copies signed by all the contributors.  Collects "Aymara" by Lucius Shepard, introduction by John Kessel, "The Revelations and Pursuits of Timith, Son of Timith" by Jessica Amanda Salmonson, introduction by Thomas Ligotti, and "Fill it with Regular" by Michael Shea, introduction by Bruce Sterling. 

    Brian M. Stableford. The Hunger and Ecstasy of Vampires. Shingletown, CA: Mark V. Ziesing Books, 1996. First edition.

    James Ambuehl. Correlated Contents. Introduction by Robert M. Price ... [Poplar Bluff, MO]: Mythos Books, 1998. First edition. The author's second book of fiction, a collection of six Cthulhu mythos stories. Trade paperback format. 


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