Jane & Howard Frannk Make Major Donation to Museum of Science Fiction
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New Releases From Haffner Press
In This Issue:
November 10, 2014
Later this month we’ll have an update on the books we currently have in production. Meanwhile, we’ve seen a lot of traffic on our SIGNEDdeluxe slipcased/limited editionsand now is as good a time as any to hep you to the remaining titles we have in stock. Print-runs were between 75-100 copies and fewer than 20 remain on any of these. Some as few as TWO copies!! Click the links for details on each title.
Signed by Ramsey Campbell (introduction), Raymond Swanland (cover artist), Stephen Haffner (editor), and bears a Manly Wade Wellman autograph from a cancelled check. BONUS: ROMANCE IN BLACK: an exclusive chapbook of all five “Judge Pursuivant” stories illustrated by George Evans and a John Pelan introduction. $150
Signed by Hugh B. Cave (introduction) and Jon Arfstrom (cover artist). BONUS ITEMS:THREE FROM THE TOMB: an exclusive chapbook of three more “weird tales” with an introduction by Joe Wrzos. Tucked inside is a facsimile of the promo flyer announcing the adaptation of some of these stories for radio in the early 1930s. $100
Signed by Michael Moorcock (introduction). With the 1000-copy trade edition of this book long out of print (the lowest price we found today was $145 with “light musty odor”—Ha!), this is the best bang for your buck on this title (and our copies are still minty fresh!). $125
Signed by Harry Turtledove (introduction). Also out of print, we have a FEW of these beauties which ship with BRACKETT TALES, a miscellany of wonders including letters between Brackett and Ray Bradbury during the writing of “Lorelei of the Red Mist,” as well as some heretofore unpublished poems by Bradbury. $125
Signed by Connie Willis (introduction), initialed by Ralph McQuarrie (cover artist) and bearing a mounted autograph of Jack Williamson. $150
Another case of the out-of-print trade editions commanding higher prices than these autographed editions.
Only TWO of these left. Signed by Frederik Pohl (foreword), James Gunn (introduction), Vincent Di Fate (cover artist), Vicky Medley (on her contribution “Queens of Space”) and Stephen Haffner (editor). BONUS: A chapbook of Williamson’s “Seetee” works (“Opposites—React!” and a sequence from his 1950s comic strip BEYOND MARS) introduced by William S. Higgins; and a copy of the chapbook THE MAN FROM SOMEWHERE signed by Jack Williamson.$150
Signed by Robert Silverberg (introduction) and Frederik Pohl (afterword). BONUS: an exclusive chapbook, OTHERNESSES, which includes three rare stories (including the “lost” Hogben story) and an introduction by Barry N. Malzberg (who has also signed the chapbook!). $150
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The BFIVoyager Online Sci-fi Festival starts today, plus 30% of top HarperCollins titles. View this email on the web.
Get 30% off a selection of our top sci-fi ebooksAs part of the BFIVoyager Sciece Fiction festival, we’ve listed out some of our favourite titles in the genre published across HarperCollins.
What’s more, we’re also giving you a 30% discount until 20th November on selected ebooks from the list including classics from Ray Bradbury, J.G. Ballard, Doris Lessing and George R. R. Martin as well as new titles from David Cronenberg and Lauren Beukes.
The BFIVoyger Science Fiction Online Festival starts today!Today and tomorrow, join our free online science fiction festival exploring the link between sci-fi and film, as part of the BFI’s major three month celebration of the genre,Days of Fear and Wonder.
Highlights include an exclusive interview with David Cronenberg, a Twitter chat with Margaret Atwood (yes, Margaret Atwood), an interview with Jeff Vandermeer, a Google Hangout with space scientist Erik Laan and much more.
Can’t wait? Start listening to our BFIVoyager Sci-fi podcast playlist nowTo get you started, we’ve created a special selection of our favourite interviews and conversions from the HarperCollins Presents channel, including highlights from the BookD and 4th Estate podcasts – interviews with Jeff VanderMeer, Brian Aldis, Jeff VanderMeer and more…