Larry Niven. The Misspelled Magician.[No place]: circa 1970. Partial typescript copy with annotations, signed by Niven.

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    Larry Niven and David Gerrold. The Misspelled Magician [sic] Partial Typescript Copy with Numerous Annotations. [No place]: circa 1970. Signed by Larry Niven, with inscription from David Gerrold for Dwain Kaiser. Holographic pencil editorial corrections and revisions throughout in the author's hand. Approximately 8.5 x 11 inches. 130 pages, rectos only. Three sets of thirty to thirty-five pages staple-bound at upper left corners, with pages 94 through 130 unbound. Modest edgewear with a bit of creasing at corners, general handling wear, lightly toned and thumbsoiled. Very good.

    Originally published as the science fiction serial The Misspelled Magishun in If Magazine, and later released in novel form by Ballantine Books and re-titled The Flying Sorcerers.

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