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    Roger Zelazny, et al. Ten Tales. Huntington Beach: James Cahill Publishing, 1994.

    First edition of a deluxe edition limited to twenty-six specially bound lettered copies, of which this is "B" on a special limitation page bound in back. Signed by each of the contributors including: Lawrence Block, Poppy Z. Brite, Neal Barrett, Jr., Andre Dubus, John Dunning, Harlan Ellison, Wendy Hornsby, Joe R. Lansdale, Richard Laymon, Lucius Shepard, Andrew Vachss, and Roger Zelazny. Octavo. 185 pages.

    Beautifully half maroon leather binding with handmade paper over boards. Titles stamped in gilt on the front board and spine, in a matching slipcase as issued. A remarkable copy that appears to be unread.

    A diverse selection of short stories from modern masters of the form.

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