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Image 001640 The Gospel According To Philip K. Dick DVD $15.99 Check Availability
Image 000793 (Dick, Philip K.) Stephensen-Payne, Phil & Benson, Gordon Jr. (eds.) Philip Kindred Dick Metaphysical Conjurer 2 Volumes Fourth Edition Wraps Chap Book Galactic Central Publications 1995 New Mexico Near Fine This is a REPRINT of the ultra-rare 4th edition of this Phil Dick Bibliography. Tan covers. Even more scarce than the Levack Bibliography. This is in two volumes. Part 1 (73 pgs): Primary Bibliography & Part 2 (81 pgs): Secondary Bibliography. The chapters covered are: Awards & Pseudonyms, Stories, Books, Series, Poems-Songs-Plays-TV/Film Scripts (2 sections), Articles, Miscellaneous, Non-Fiction Books, Edited Books, Other Media, Articles on the Author, Reviews, Books about the Author, Phantom & Forthcoming Titles, Related Works by other Authors, Textual Variations, and Chronological Listing of Fiction. The cross-referencing in this series will blow yor mind. Bibliographies for the Avid Reader volume 18. This is a mint unread set. The staples are firm and not rusting. The edges are sharp and free of chips rips & tears. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1871133424 Box Z-32, PKD $50.00 Place Order
Image 001358 Aldiss, Brian W. (ed.) Space Opera Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover Doubleday and Company, Inc. 1974 New York Very Good Very Good Reprints the story, Colony. An anthology of way back when futures. Works by: Robert Sheckley, Edmond Hamilton, Philip K. Dick, Leigh Brackett, Ray Bradbury and many others. This is a solid very good copy in like dust jacket. The book is clean and tight with bumping at the spine ends and moderate edgewear. The dust jacket has a tiny chip to the upper right edge of the rear panel, rear panel slightly soiled, and there is moderate rubbing & scuffing. The dj is covered in a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $15.00 Place Order
Image 001334 Amis, Kingsley and Conquest, Robert (ed.) Spectrum II First Printing Paperback Berkley Publishing Corp. 1964 New York Good No Jacket Contains stories by: Brian W Aldiss, Mark Clifton, A E Van Vogt, James Blish, Philip K Dick and other. Berkley #F-9-50. This is a solid good reading copy. There is creasing, some waterstaining to the top edge of the front panel, and a slight slant to the binding which is still tight. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $5.00 Place Order
Image 001785 Anton, Uwe (ed.) ( Philip K. Dick ) Welcome to Reality the Nightmares of Philip K Dick First Trade Trade Paperback Broken Mirrors Press 1991 Massachusets Very Good++ Introduction by Paul Williams. Personal testaments to Philip K Dick by: Uwe Anton, Michael Bishop, Philip K. Dick, Thomas Disch, Richard Lupoff, Robert Silverberg, Norman Spinrad, John Sladek, and others. Great cover art. A new copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0962382450 Home $65.00 Check Availability
Image 002064 Apel, D. Scott (ed.) Philip K. Dick the Dream Connection Second Edition Wraps Impermanent Press 1999 California Fine No Jacket (as issued) A very rare interview with Philip K. Dick. Contains: The Eye Of Sibyl by Philip K Dick; A Dream Of Amerasia: by Ray Nelson; The Tagore Letter; Theodore Sturgeon on Philip K Dick. A new copy 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1886404038 Science Fiction Case $75.00 Check Availability
Image 000294 Apel, D. Scott (ed.) Philip K. Dick the Dream Connection First Edition Hard Cover Impermanent Press 1987 California Near Fine Near Fine A very rare interview with Philip K. Dick. Contains: The Eye Of Sibyl by Philip K Dick; A Dream Of Amerasia: by Ray Nelson; The Tagore Letter; Theodore Sturgeon on Philip K Dick. This is the ultra-rare first edition of this book. The book itself is clean and tight with only light shelfwear, and bumping at the spine ends. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips rips & tears, with barely visible edge-creasing at the spine ends. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1886404038 Science Fiction Case $150.00 Place Order
Image 001775 Ash, Brian Who's Who in Science Fiction First Thus Trade Paperback Taplinger 1976 Very Fine No Jacket Biographical reference. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 002022 Bischoff, David Philip K. Dick High First Edition Trade Paperback Wildside Press 2000 New Jersey Very Fine No Jacket The truth is in your head. Clean unread copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $50.00 Place Order
Image 000062 Bishop, Michael The Secret Ascension First US Edition Hard Cover TOR Books 1987 New York Near Fine Very Good++ or "Philip K Dick Is Dead, Alas". The book is clean and tight with only light bumping at the spine ends. The dust jacket is rubbed, but still crisp and free of chips rips & tears, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0312930313 Science Fiction, First Edition Case $25.00 Place Order
Image 000946 Boonstra, John ( Philip K. Dick ) Two Audio Phone Interviews with Philip K. Dick CD-R Audio CD John Boonstra 1991 Fine These discs combine telephone interviews conducted 3/11/81 and 6/28/81. Portions appeared in The Hartford Advocate and The Twilight Zone Magazine. From insert: I've interviewed dozens of interesting people in the years since, but no conversation has been quite so exhilarating. It was a privilegeto have even this brief contact with PKD. This 2-CD set has been converted from audio tape to audio CD-R by John Boonstra himself, and is still under copyright. The CD's have a printed label on each, and the one insert for CD-1 is simply a photocopied piece of paper of his hand-written copyright notice and contents of the CD's. His signature penned on the insert (not photocopied). Each slip might differ slightly in wording, but the info is clear and each is still signed. Each cd is set to play in music players and most computer system. Both come in individual thin case, with insert for only disc 1. Disc 1 runs 55:30, and disc 2 runs 54:39. Science Fiction Case $25.00 Place Order
Image 001769 Buhle, Paul Popular Culture in America First Edition Hard Cover Minnesota University Press 1987 Minneapolis Very Fine No Jacket (as issued) Critical essays collected from the journal Cultural Correspondence, from 1975-1983. Some black & white photographs/illustrations. Scarce in hardcover. A new copy with no dust jacket as issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0816614083 Science Fiction $30.00 Place Order
Image 002028 Butler, Andrew M. (ed.) Philip K. Dick: The Pocket Essential First UK Edition Wraps Pocket Essentials 2000 United Kingdom As New No Jacket Brief synopsis of Phil's works. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001099 Carrere, Emmanuel (Philip K Dick) I Am Alive and You Are Dead First US Edition Hard Cover Metropolitan Books 2004 New York Near Fine Near Fine A Journey Into the Mind of Philip K Dick. Emmanuel Carrere is a critically acclaimed French writer. Translated by Timothy Bent. This biography spans Phils life from birth to death. This is a tight unread copy with a short tear to the cloth of the lower spine end (minor). Otherwise, a clean copy. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips, rips & tears, covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0805054642 Box Z-28, PKD $20.00 Place Order
Image 001781 Chauvin, Cy A Multitude of Visions First Edition Wraps T-K Graphics 1975 Maryland Fine No Jacket (as issued) Critical titled: Science & Reality In Philip K Dick by Stanislaw Lem. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $20.00 Place Order
Image 001792 Clareson, Thomas Science Fiction Criticism an Annotated Checklist First Edition Hard Cover Kent State University Press 1972 Very Good No Jacket Minor bibliographical reference. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $25.00 Place Order
Image 001789 Currey, L. W. Fantasy & Science Fiction First Edition Trade Paperback L. W. Currey 1978 Very Good No Jacket Catalogue 87. Fall-Winter 1987. Excellent bibliographical reference. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Check Availability
Image 001790 Currey, L. W. Fantasy & Science Fiction First Edition Trade Paperback L. W. Currey Very Good No Jacket Catalogue 84. Winter 1987. Excellent bibliographical reference. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-34, PKD $15.00 Place Order
Image 001791 Currey, L. W. Fantasy & Science Fiction First Edition Trade Paperback L. W. Currey Very Good No Jacket Catalogue 82. Fall 1986. Excellent bibliographical reference. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001767 Currey, L. W. Science Fiction and Fantasy Authors First Edition Hard Cover G. K. Hall and Company 1979 Near Fine No Jacket A bibliography of first printings of their fiction. An invaluable resource for Science Fiction Authors, their works, and points of issue. A beautiful copy with barely visible shelfwear. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0816182426 Science Fiction Case $100.00 Check Availability
Image 000486 Dean, John (ed) Book and Magazine Collector #74 May 1990 First Edition Wraps Magazine Diamond Publishing Group Ltd. 1990 United Kingdom Very Good++ Thousands of books & magazines for sale and wanted. A nice lengthy article on Philip K Dick along with a complete (as of 1990) bibliography of the US & UK publications. Other articles on Iris Murdoch, Norman Thelwell, Angela Brazil, Laurie Lee and others. This is a solid very good copy with only minor tinting to the pages. No brittleness, and no tears. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $10.00 Place Order
Image 002023 Derleth, August (ed) Time to Come First Edition Hard Cover Farrar, Strauss & Young 1954 New York Very Good+ Very Good+ First publication of the short story: Jon's World, Levack. Tight copy with moderate wear and light staining to the dj. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $30.00 Place Order
Image 001386 Dick, Anne Search for Philip K. Dick 1928-1982 First Edition Hard Cover Edwin Mellen Press 1995 New York Fine No Jacket (as issued) A memoir and biography of the science fiction writer, by one of his wives. Broken in to 3 parts with sub-chapters. Part 1: 1958-1964, Part 2: 1964-1982, Part 3: 1928-1958. Some sub-chapters: Meeting Phil Dick, Honeymoon for Four, Disaster in Point Reyes Station, Fourth Wife Nancy, The Scanner Darkly Years, Vancouver Science Fiction Convention, Death of A Science Fiction Writer, and The Early Years. Also includes an Epilogue, and 2 sections of notes. Some black & white photographs. One of the 2 scarcest biographies on Philip K Dick out there. An unread copy showing only a hint of rubbing to the tips and board edges. The binding is firm and uncracked. Protected in an acid-free bag.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0773491376 Box Z-34, PKD $200.00 Place Order
Image 001979 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1967 New York Very Good+ Ace #G-637. First publication in any form. Co-authored with Ray Nelson. Was Earth too easy to conquer and too hard to hold? Great cover art by Jack Gaughan. Solid clean copy showing very light reading stress, with no creasing to the spine. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $25.00 Check Availability
Image 001980 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1977 New York Very Good Ace #27346. Working title: The Stones Rejected [MC 4th Ed.]. Co-written with Ray Nelson. This is the first printing of the Ace reissue with new cover art, retaining the original 1967 copyright. Solid very good copy showing moderate reading stress. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 044127346 Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001981 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1977 New York Very Good Ace #27346. Working title: The Stones Rejected [MC 4th Ed.]. Co-written with Ray Nelson. This is the first printing of the Ace reissue with new cover art, retaining the original 1967 copyright. Solid clean copy with light reading stress and stain to the rear cover. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 044127346 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $10.00 Place Order
Image 001172 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1977 New York Very Good Ace #27346. Working title: The Stones Rejected [MC 4th Ed.]. Co-written with Ray Nelson. This is the first printing of the Ace reissue with new cover art, retaining the original 1967 copyright. A solid very good copy showing light to moderate stress in a firm binding. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 044127346 Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
Image 001431 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1967 New York Very Good Ace #27346. Working title: The Stones Rejected [MC 4th Ed.]. Co-written with Ray Nelson. This is the first printing of the Ace reissue from 1977 with new cover art, retaining the original 1967 copyright. A solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear and no creasing. The only flaws of note would be minor scuffing to the front panel with a small sticker shadow, and more noticeable scuffing to the rear panel in the form of a small spotted rectangular band of white spanning roughly half the length of the panel near the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 044127346 Box Z-22, PKD PB $6.00 Place Order
Image 001171 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover Reprint Paperback Arrow Books 1980 United Kingdom Very Good Co-written with Ray Nelson. Working title: The Stones Rejected [MC- 4th Rev Ed.] Great wraparound cover art. A solid very good copy showing moderate reading stress in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0099214903 Box Z-22, PKD PB $6.00 Place Order
Image 001173 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover First UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1971 United Kingdom Very Good Arrow #B537. Co-written with Ray Nelson. First UK Edition, followed 17 years later by the Severn House HC edition. Working title: The Stones Rejected [MC- 4th Rev Ed.] Great photo collage cover art. A solid very good copy showing light to moderate reading stress in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0090053702 Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
Image 001983 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover Reprint Paperback Granada Publishing 1980 United Kingdom Very Good- Co-authored with Ray Nelson. This UK edition precedes the later hardcover publication. Was Earth too easy to conquer and too hard to hold? Clean copy with light reading stress and heavy chipping to spine. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0099214903 Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001108 Dick, Philip K. & Nelson, Ray (Philip K Dick) The Ganymede Takeover First UK Edition Hard Cover Severn House 1988 United Kingdom Fine Fine This is the first hardcover publication. Co-written with Ray Nelson. Working title: The Stones Rejected [MC- 4th Rev Ed.] Great jacket art by Patrick Mortemore. A new unread copy in like dust jacket. The jacket is covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 072781687x Box Z-33, PKD $27.50 Place Order
Image 000884 Dick, Philip K. & Rickman, Gregg ( Philip K. Dick ) Piper In the Woods: Philip K Dick on Life and Death First Edition Audiocasette Gregg Rickman 1987 California Fine This could be considered a companion to the 3-book series Gregg Rickman did on Philip K Dick. One was an excellent biography, and the remaining 2 were transcribed conversations/interviews. This 90-minute audio tape contains excerpts from the first interview conducted April 1981. This new unplayed tape comes in a case with publisher's printed insert. The insert carries this disclaimer from Rickman: I apologize for the grainyness of my tinny tape recording; through the hiss and noise from squeaky chairs and passing cars, listen to Phil Dick. Best listened to thru a head-set. I tried my copy in the car first and it just didn't cut it. 64mo - up to 3" tall Science Fiction Case $25.00 Place Order
Image 001928 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae First Edition Paperback Daw 1983 New York Very Good Daw #559/UE1887. Co-written with Roger Zelazny. One of only 2 novels co-authored with another. Manuscript title: The Kneeling Legless Man, Levack. Great cover art by Bob Pepper. Solid very good copy with moderate reading stress. Internally clean and the binding is tight. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0879978872 Box Z-33, PKD $8.00 Check Availability
Image 001275 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae First Edition Paperback Dell Books 1977 New York Very Good No Jacket Co-authored with Roger Zelazny. This is the first paperback printing of this book. Dell #11838. This is a solid very good copy. There is very mild reading stress and minor rubbing to the edges. The internal pages are clean. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $8.00 Place Order
Image 001277 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae First Edition Paperback Dell Books 1977 New York Very Good++ No Jacket Dell #11838. Co-authored with Roger Zelazny. This is the first paperback printing of this book. This is a solid very good copy. No reading creases on the spine. The front panel has a couple of minor spots and a faint fold crease to the lower edge, otherwise a clean tight copy. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $10.00 Place Order
Image 000901 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae First Thus Paperback Dell Books 1977 New York Very Good Dell #11838. First paperback publication. Co-written with Roger Zelazny. One of only 2 novels co-authored with another. Manuscript title: The Kneeling Legless Man, Levack. Cover art by Richard Courtney. Solid very good copy with moderate reading stress. Internally clean and the binding is tight. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440118387 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $7.00 Place Order
Image 001253 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae First Thus Paperback Dell Books 1977 New York Very Good Dell #11838. First paperback publication. Co-written with Roger Zelazny. One of only 2 novels co-authored with another. Manuscript title: The Kneeling Legless Man, Levack. Cover art by Richard Courtney. A solid very good copy showing only faint creasing and minor shelfwear. The only other flaw worthy of note is a light stain along the right edge of the front panel. Internally clean and the binding is tight. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440118387 Box Z-22, PKD PB $6.00 Place Order
Image 000843 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae First Edition Hard Cover Doubleday 1976 New York Very Good++ Very Good++ Co-written with Roger Zelazny. One of only 2 novels co-authored with another author. Manuscript title: The Kneeling Legless Man, Levack. First Edition meeting points with code G27 on page 181, correct date and statemtent on copyright page. Great jacket art by John Cayea. The book is clean and tight showing very light wear and bumping at the spine end, with faint remainder speckle to the bottom page edge which is common with this title. The dust jacket is crisp and free of chips rips & tears, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385045271 Box Z-32, PKD $45.00 Place Order
Image 001104 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae First Edition Hard Cover Doubleday 1976 New York Near Fine Near Fine Co-written with Roger Zelazny. One of only 2 novels co-authored with another author. Manuscript title: The Kneeling Legless Man, Levack. First Edition meeting points with code G27 on page 181, correct date and statemtent on copyright page. This book is signed by Roger Zelazny. Great jacket art by John Cayea. The book is clean and tight showing very light bumping to the spine ends, and extremely faint dust spotting to the top page-edge. NOT REMAINDERED. The dust jacket is crisp with one TINY tear to the top spine end. Not price-clipped. The dj is covered with a brodart, and the book is protected in an acid-free bag. Signed by Author 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385045271 Box Z-34, PKD $125.00 Place Order
Image 001411 Dick, Philip K. & Zelazny, Roger ( Philip K. Dick ) Deus Irae Reprint Paperback Sphere Books, Ltd 1988 United Kingdom Near Fine Co-written with Roger Zelazny. One of only 2 novels co-authored with another author. Manuscript title: The Kneeling Legless Man, Levack. Excellent Dali-esque cover art. A tight unread and uncreased copy with two flaws barely worthy of note. 1 is a tiny faint scratch to the rear panel, and the other is a tiny peel to the upper left edge of the front panel. These 2 flaws are seen only upon close inspection. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0722129831 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 002056 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Handful of Darkness First Thus Hard Cover Ex-Library Gregg Press 1978 Boston Very Good+ No Jacket (as issued) A collection of short stories. Introduction by Richard A. Lupoff. Frontispiece by Hannah Shapero. Text is photo-reproduced from the 1955 Rich & Cowan First edition. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a solid very good copy. It is an ex-lib with the pocket and stamp present on the first endpaper. The first endpaper is also clipped at the lower right corner. One more stamp to the rear board and first rear endpaper. Aside from that, the binding is firm, and shows only light shelfwear. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824130 Science Fiction Case $200.00 Check Availability
Image 001150 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Handful of Darkness First Printing Paperback Panther Books Ltd. 1966 United Kingdom Very Good Panther #2108. This is the first of only 3 paperback pressings in the English language. A very scarce title in any edition, with the Rich & Cowan and Gregg Press editions leaving it in the dust as far as price goes. Collects the stories: Colony, Imposter, Expendable, Planet For Transients, Prominent Author, The Builder, The Impossible Planet, The Indefatigable Frog, the Turning Wheel, Progeny, Upon the Dull Earth, The Cookie Ladie, and Exhibit Piece. Excludes: The Little Movement and The Preserving Machine which were in the first hardcover edition. Cover art by Colin Hay. This is a solid very good copy. There is moderate but not heavy creasing, and a lean to the spine. However, the binding is still firm. Internally, the pages are lightly toned but not brittle. The number 12 is neatly penned to the upper right corner of the first page. Still a nice copy of a very rare edition. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $85.00 Place Order
Image 001889 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Maze of Death First Edition Paperback Bantam Books 1977 New York Very Good- Bantam #10740-2. Manuscript title: The Name of the Game is Death. Includes a foreword by Philip K Dick. Cover art by Szafran. This is a solid very good reading copy showing moderate reading stress & creasing. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0553107402 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $6.00 Place Order
Image 001195 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Maze of Death First Edition Paperback Bantam Books 1977 New York Very Good Bantam #10740-2. Manuscript title: The Name of the Game is Death. Includes a foreword by Philip K Dick. Cover art by Szafran. This is a solid very good copy showing only light reading stress in a firm binding. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0553107402 Box Z-22, PKD PB $7.00 Place Order
Image 001416 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Maze of Death First Edition Paperback Bantam Books 1977 New York Very Good- Bantam #10740-2. Manuscript title: The Name of the Game is Death. Includes a foreword by Philip K Dick. Cover art by Szafran. This is a solid very good reading copy showing moderate shelfwear, with no creasing in a tight binding. The shelfwear appears as if the book was pulled in & out of a tight spot. There are quite a few white spots to the front panel where the artwork was rubbed away. No chunks of whiteness, but enough to be notices. The rear panel is similar but not as pronounced. Internallyl just a hint of toning, which is common with paperback of this time. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0553107402 Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
Image 002042 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Maze of Death First Printing Paperback Daw Books, Inc. 1983 Good+ Daw #533/UE1830. Manuscript title: The Name of the Game is Death. Includes a foreword by Philip K Dick. Great cover art by Bob Pepper. This is a solid good reading copy with moderate creasing and shelfwear. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0879978309 Science Fiction Case $5.00 Place Order
Image 000831 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Maze of Death First Printing Vintage Paperback Paperback Library 1971 New York Near Fine Paperback Library #64-636. First US paperback publication. A mind-assaulting adventure in an unknown world. Superb cover art by Powers.A clean unread copy with supple pages. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $17.50 Check Availability
Image 001904 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Maze of Death First Edition Trade Paperback Vintage 1994 New York Near Fine A mind-assaulting adventure in an unknown world. Great cover art. A crisp copy protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0679752986 Box Z-32, PKD $8.00 Place Order
Image 001295 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Scanner Darkly First Printing Paperback Ballantine Books / Del Rey 1977 New York Very Good Ballantine #26064. Won the 1979 Graouilly d'Or Award for Best novel presented at the Festival de Metz in Frnace. This is the first paperback printing of the book. Includes an authors note. Great cover art by Ochagavia. He probes whether reality is a singular interpretation, or one great shared hallucination. This is a solid very good copy faint creasing, in a boxed tight binding. A very faint stain to the lower right corner of the first page. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345260643 Box Z-32, PKD $17.50 Place Order
Image 000817 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Scanner Darkly First Edition Paperback Daw Books, Inc. 1984 New York Very Fine Daw#E575/UE1923. Won the 1979 Graouilly d'Or Award for Best Novel, presented at the Festival de Metz in France, Levack. This is the first PKD book I read, and I've been a convert ever since! He probes whether reality is a singular interpretation, or one great shared hallucination. Great cover art by Bob Pepper. An exceptionally fine unread copy, protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0879979232 Box Z-32, PKD $30.00 Check Availability
Image 001799 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Scanner Darkly First US Edition Hard Cover Doubleday 1977 New York Near Fine Near Fine Won the 1979 Graouilly d'Or Award for Best Novel, presented at the Festival de Metz in France. This meets all the points for the First Edition stated in the Levack Biblio: beige boards with black lettering on the spine, code G51 in page 216, 1977 on title page, and states First Edition on copyright page. Includes an author's note at the end of the book. This is the first PKD book I read, and I've been a convert ever since! He probes whether reality is a singular interpretation, or one great shared hallucination. Very bizarre jacket art by The Quays. The book is clean and tight with only a hint of shelfwear, and remainder spray to the bottom page edge. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed, but still free of chips rips & tears, covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385016131 Science Fiction Case $175.00 Check Availability
Image 000961 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Scanner Darkly Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover Doubleday 1977 New York Near Fine Very Good++ Won the 1979 Graouilly d'Or Award for Best Novel, presented at the Festival de Metz in France. This is the first run US bce carrying the code H05 on page 216 [Metaphysical Conjurer]. This is the first PKD book I read, and I've been a convert ever since! He probes whether reality is a singular interpretation, or one great shared hallucination. Great jacket art by The Quays. The book is clean showing only minimal shelfwear in a tight binding, with a faded name in ink on the first endpaper. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed with yellowing to the inner flap edges, but still crisp and free of chips rips & tears. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385016131 Science Fiction $50.00 Check Availability
Image 001798 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Scanner Darkly First UK Edition Hard Cover Gollancz 1977 London Near Fine Fine Won the 1979 Graouilly d'Or Award for Best Novel, presented at the Festival de Metz in France. This is the first UK Edition. This is the first PKD book I read, and I've been a convert ever since! He probes whether reality is a singular interpretation, or one great shared hallucination. The book is clean and tight showing only light wear. The pages show a hint of browning due possibly to type of stock used, otherwise clean and free of markings. The dust jacket is not price-clipped, and shows light yellowing to the inner flap edges. Still free of chips rips & tears, and covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575023813 Science Fiction $100.00 Check Availability
Image 001885 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) A Scanner Darkly Fifth Printing Trade Paperback Vintage Books 1991 New York Near Fine No Jacket Won the 1979 Graouilly d'Or Award for Best Novel, presented at the Festival de Metz in France, Levack. A bright copy showing no reading stress. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $8.00 Check Availability
Image 001282 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) First Printing Paperback Del Rey Books 1982 New York Very Good Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. Stunning cover art. This is a solid very good copy. There is creasing along the left/right edges of spine, light rubbing to the edges, and a faint fold crease to the lower right corner of the front panel. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345301293 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $10.00 Place Order
Image 001283 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) Nineteenth Printing Paperback Del Rey Books 1991 New York Very Good+ Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. All reprints carried variant cover art from the first printing. This is a solid very good copy. There is very little reading stress, no creasing to spine, and a faint fold crease to the lower left corner of the rear panel. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345350472 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $5.00 Place Order
Image 001989 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) Twentieth Printing Paperback Del Rey Books 1992 New York Very Good Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. All reprints carried variant cover art from the first printing. Unread copy with light rubbing. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345350472 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $5.00 Place Order
Image 001990 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) Nineteenth Printing Paperback Del Rey Books 1991 New York Very Good++ Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. All reprints carried variant cover art from the first printing. Unread copy with light rubbing. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345350472 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $5.00 Place Order
Image 001991 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) Twenty-Fifth Printing Paperback Del Rey Books 1982 New York Very Good++ Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. All reprints carried variant cover art from the first printing. Unread copy with light rubbing. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345350472 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $5.00 Place Order
Image 000871 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) Reprint Paperback Del Rey Books 1982 New York Very Good++ Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. All reprints carried variant cover art from the first printing. Unread copy with light rubbing and a date stamp to the bottom page edge. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345350472 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $5.00 Place Order
Image 001251 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) First Printing Paperback Del Rey Books 1982 New York Very Good++ Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. Stunning cover art. This is a solid very good copy showing only faint shelfwear, and light reading stress in the form of faint and sparce creasing along the edges of the spine. Also, 3 faint and small spots to the bottom page edge. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0345301293 Box Z-22, PKD PB $6.00 Place Order
Image 001394 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner (Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep) First Thus Paperback Orion Books, Ltd. / Millennium 1999 United Kingdom Very Good++ Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This film starred Harrison Ford and Rutger Hauer. While the movie was spectacular and now a classic, it strayed from the concept put forth in the novel. Although this movie tie-in carries the name of the film, the book itself reprints the original novel as per Phil's contractual request. Stunning cover art. A clean and bright copy showing only minimal shelfwear. The binding is firm and uncracked, with no creasing to the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 1857988124 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Place Order
Image 001179 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Blade Runner Photoplay First Printing Paperback Random House 1982 New York Very Good++ This is a photoplay adapted by Les Martin from the screenplay by Hampton Facher and David Peoples. Over 60 color photographs. This is a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear in a tight binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0394853032 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
Image 001943 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1964 New York Very Good+ Ace #F-309. This is the first paperback printing and first printing period of this title. Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. A novel of madness and sanity. With each Clan being built around a different psychosis, this is an outstanding read! Great cover art by Valigursky. A clean and tight copy showing light reading stress. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $20.00 Place Order
Image 001945 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First Thus Paperback Ace Books 1972 New York Very Good Ace #11036. Second Ace publication still carrying the 1964 copyright. Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. A novel of madness and sanity. With each Clan being built around a different psychosis, this is an outstanding read! Great cover art. A clean copy with very light reading stress and minor yellowing to the pages. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001278 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First Edition Paperback Ace Books, Inc. 1964 New York Good+ Ace #F-309. This is the first paperback printing and first printing period of this title. Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. Great cover art by Valigursky. This is a solid good copy. There light creasing to the spine, a slight slant to the binding which is still tight, there is a tiny peel to the lower right corner of the rear panel, and a few spots. Still a presentable copy, protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001169 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First Edition Paperback Ace Books, Inc. 1964 New York Very Good++ Ace #F-309. This is the first paperback printing and first printing period of this title. Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. A novel of madness and sanity. With each Clan being built around a different psychosis, this is an outstanding read! Great cover art by Valigursky. This is a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear with a faint crease to the lower left corner of the rear panel. There's also a faint number stamp to the top page edge near the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 001948 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First Thus Trade Paperback Bluejay Books 1984 New York Very Good Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. Special afterword by Barry Malzberg. Frontis illustrated by Matt Howarth, and great cover art by Barclay Shaw. A novel of madness and sanity. With each Clan being built around a different psychosis, this is an outstanding read! A solid copy showing moderate reading stress. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0312940513 Box Z-32, PKD $15.00 Place Order
Image 001947 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon Fourth Printing Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1995 New York Near Fine Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. Afterword by Barry Malzberg. A novel of madness and sanity. With each Clan being built around a different psychosis, this is an outstanding read! Great new cover art. A bright and unread copy. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0881844365 Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001170 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon Fourth Printing Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1995 New York Near Fine Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. Afterword by Barry Malzberg. A novel of madness and sanity. Great cover art. A solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear and no creasing to the spine. Previous store price faintly pencilled on the top page edge. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0881844365 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
Image 001946 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First Thus Paperback Dell Books 1980 New York Very Good+ Dell #11084. First Dell publication. Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. A novel of madness and sanity. With each Clan being built around a different psychosis, this is an outstanding read! Superb cover art by Richard Courtney. A clean & tight copy showing very light reading stress. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 044011084x Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001211 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) Expanded from the short-story Shell Game which appeared in the pulp Galaxy in 1954. To my knowledge, this is the only hardcover edition of this title. A new introduction by Robert Silverberg. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the 1964 ACE Books PBO. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. The book shows only faint shelfwear in the form of light rubbing to the board corners. Internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839825986 Home $265.00 Place Order
Image 001428 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Clans of the Alphane Moon First UK Edition Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1978 United Kingdom Very Good Panther #04159. First UK Edition. Expanded from the short story Shell Game published in 1954. A novel of madness and sanity. With each Clan being built around a different psychosis, this is an outstanding read! Great cover art by Peter Jones. This is a solid very good copy showing very light shelfwear with a tiny faint fold crease to the lower right corner of the front panel. No creasing to the spine in a firm binding. Faint spotting to the spine and rear panel. Internally, a hint of toning but no brittleness. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 586041591 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Check Availability
Image 001085 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Confessions of a Crap Artist Limited Edition Hard Cover Entwhistle Books 1975 New York Very Good++ No Jacket (as issued) An early mainstream novel originally written in 1959. It didn't see publication until 1975, as 2 limited Editions by Entwhistle. First Hardcover publication, limited to 500 copies. 90 signed by Philip K. Dick. This is one of 410 un-numbered and un-signed copies. The trade paper was also limited to 500 copies. Jack Isidore of Seville California, A Chronicle of Verified Scientific Fact 1945-1959. A horribly accurate portrait of life in California during the 1950's. Made in to a French film titled Barjo. This is a solid vg++ copy with moderate softening to the spine ends (no tears), and bumping to the board corners. A small mark to the top page-edge. Internally, clean and free of markings. No dust jacket as issued. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0671442139 Home $200.00 Place Order
Image 001107 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Confessions of a Crap Artist First Trade Edition Trade Paperback Entwhistle Books 1978 New York Very Good++ An early mainstream novel originally written in 1959. It didn't see publication until 1975, as 2 previous limited Editions by Entwhistle, 500 were hardcover and 500 were trade paper. This is the first Trade Edition, with only 5000 printed. This is also the last pressing by Entwhistle Books. Introduction by Paul Williams. Jack Isidore of Seville California, A Chronicle of Verified Scientific Fact 1945-1959. A horribly accurate portrait of life in California during the 1950's. Made in to a French film titled Barjo. This copy is signed by Paul Williams, who was friend to Phil and previous executor of the Estate. This is a solid vg++ copy with only a hint of shelfwear and a small area with sticker residue to the lower edge of the rear panel (will attempt to carefully remove upon request). Protected in an acid-free bag. Signed 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0960142827 Box Z-28, PKD $75.00 Place Order
Image 001137 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Confessions of a Crap Artist Limited Edition Hard Cover Entwhistle Books 1975 New York Very Good++ No Jacket (as issued) Jack Isidore of Seville California, A Chronicle of Verified Scientific Fact 1945-1959. A horribly accurate portrait of life in California during the 1950's. Introduction by Paul Williams. An early mainstream novel originally written in 1959, it didn't see publication until 1975 as 2 limited Editions by Entwhistle. First Hardcover publication, limited to 500 copies. 90 signed by Philip K. Dick. This is one of 410 un-numbered and un-signed (by PKD) copies. The trade paper was also limited to 500 copies. Made in to a French film titled Barjo. This edition is signed by Paul Williams at the top of the introduction. Paul had a hand in publishing this book. This edition was not issued with any autographs, therefore fairly scarce. I would grade this NF-F but for the bumping to the bottom spine end and bottom corners. No fraying, tearing, or fading to the boards. The gilt lettering to the front board and spine is still bright. Internally, clean and free of markings. No dust jacket as issued. Protected in an acid-free bag. Signed 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0671442139 Box Z-28, PKD $400.00 Place Order
Image 001180 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Confessions of a Crap Artist First Trade Edition Trade Paperback Entwhistle Books 1978 New York Very Good An early mainstream novel originally written in 1959. It didn't see publication until 1975, as 2 previous limited Editions by Entwhistle, 500 were hardcover and 500 were trade paper. This is the first Trade Edition, with only 5000 printed. This is also the last pressing by Entwhistle Books. Introduction by Paul Williams. Jack Isidore of Seville California, A Chronicle of Verified Scientific Fact 1945-1959. A horribly accurate portrait of life in California during the 1950's. Made in to a French film titled Barjo. This is a solid very good reading copy with moderate reading stress in a firm binging. There is some staining to the page edges with no internal bleeding, and some minor staining to the rear panel. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0960142827 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 001418 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Confessions of a Crap Artist First UK Edition Trade Paperback Magnum Books 1979 United Kingdom Very Good An early mainstream novel originally written in 1959. It didn't see publication until 1975, as 2 previous limited Editions by Entwhistle, 500 were hardcover and 500 were trade paper. This is the first UK edition, with no limitation. Introduction by Paul Williams. Jack Isidore of Seville California, A Chronicle of Verified Scientific Fact 1945-1959. A horribly accurate portrait of life in California during the 1950's. Made in to a French film titled Barjo. This is a solid very good copy showing light to moderate shelfwear in a firm binding. Internally, a hint of toning to the pages but they are not dark or brittle. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0417042906 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 002017 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Confessions of a Crap Artist First Edition Paperback Pocket Books 1982 New York Very Good Pocket Books #44123. An early mainstream novel originally written in 1959. It didn't see publication until 1975. This could be considered the First Trade edition, as the previous editions were limited in one way or another. Great cover art by Lundgren. A funny, horribly accurate portrait of life in California during the 1950's. Made in to a French film titled Barjo. This is a solid very good copy showing light reading stress, and a crease to the upper right corner of the front panel. Internally, clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0671442139 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $10.00 Place Order
Image 000280 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Confessions of a Crap Artist Reprint Trade Paperback Vintage Books 1992 New York Fine An early mainstream novel originally written in 1959. It didn't see publication until 1975. A funny, horribly accurate portrait of life in California in the 1950's. This is one of the Vintage Editions with stunning digital cover art. Made in to a French film titled Barjo. Clean unread copy. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0679741143 Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Check Availability
Image 000485 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Cosmogony and Cosmology Limited Edition Wraps Kerosina 1987 England Very Good+ No Jacket (as issued) Introduction by Paul Williams. This is an essay dated 1/23/1978. It was taken from Phil's 1 million word Exegesis which stemmed from his 2-3-74 Religious experience. 2-3-74 changed Phil's life forever, with its' culmination showing years later in his writing VALIS. 825 copies of this were printed, 325 in hardcover format to be included with the VALIS Ltd edition, and 500 paperbound copies distributed separately. This is number numbered 702 of the paperbound limitation. This is a solid very good copy with the only notable flaw being a hint of yellowing to the edges. No creasing, no tears, and internally clean and free of markings. A perfect addition to any collection! 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0948893184 Science Fiction Case $75.00 Check Availability
Image 002014 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Counter Clock World First Edition Vintage Paperback Berkley Books 1967 New York Very Good+ Berkley # X1372. Expanded from: Your Appointement Will Be Yesterday, Amazing 1966. Manuscript title: The Dead Grow Young, first publication in complete form, Levack. Nice cover art by Hoot. A solid very good copy showing only light wear, in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0340218304 Box Z-33, PKD $40.00 Check Availability
Image 001174 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Counter Clock World First Thus Vintage Paperback Berkley Books 1974 New York Very Good Berkley #02568. Expanded from: Your Appointement Will Be Yesterday, Amazing 1966. Manuscript title: The Dead Grow Young. Nice cover art by Lehr. A solid very good copy showing only light to moderate reading stress, in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 42502568095 Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
Image 001410 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Counter Clock World First Thus Vintage Paperback Berkley Books 1974 New York Very Good Berkley #02568. Expanded from: Your Appointement Will Be Yesterday, Amazing 1966. Manuscript title: The Dead Grow Young. Nice cover art by Lehr. A solid very good reading copy showing moderate reading stress and shelfwear, in a firm binding. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 42502568095 Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
Image 000331 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Counter Clock World First Thus Vintage Paperback Coronet Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good++ Coronet #21830-4. Expanded from: Your Appointement Will Be Yesterday, Amazing 1966. Manuscript title: The Dead Grow Young, first publication in complete form, Levack. This is a scarce UK edition with stellar cover art! A tight very good copy with light reading stress and a hint of toning to the pages which is common. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0340218304 Box Z-17, Science Fiction $35.00 Place Order
Image 000853 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Counter Clock World Second Printing Paperback Grafton Books 1990 New York Near Fine Expanded from: Your Appointement Will Be Yesterday, Amazing 1966. Manuscript title: The Dead Grow Young, first publication in complete form, Levack. Great cover art by Chris Moore. A tight unread copy with barely visible shelfwear and NO creasing. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586209700 Box Z-32, PKD $25.00 Check Availability
Image 001210 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Counter Clock World First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) Manuscript title: The Dead Grow Young. Expanded from the novelette Your Appointment Will Be Yesterday which first appeared in the pulp Amazing 1966. To my knowledge, this is the first US hardcover edition of this title. A new introduction by David G. Hartwell. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the 1967 Berkley Books edition. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. The book shows only faint shelfwear in the form of light rubbing to the edges and board corners. Internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824858 Home $150.00 Place Order
Image 001993 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Third Printing Trade Paperback Ballantine 1996 New York Very Fine No Jacket Alive yet not living, they sought to pass as humans and seize man's dying earth. This book was the basis for the movie Blade Runner which was still a very good flick. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. Bright unread copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001286 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Fifth Printing Paperback Del Rey Books 1996 New York Fine No Jacket Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This book was the basis for the movie Blade Runner which was still an outstanding flick, considering that it chopped so much out. This is a very recent reprint in tradepaper, in near new condition, with a great cover. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001871 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep First Edition Hard Cover Ex-Library Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1968 New York Good++ Very Good Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This is the true first edition of this famous novel. This book was the basis for the classic movie Blade Runner starring Rutger Hauer and Harrison Ford, which strayed greatly from the original story. Superb jacket art by Harry Sehring. Ex-Library with expected defects. Spine cocked but still tight. The dust jacket shows moderate rubbing and edge-creasing with a space sticker at the bottom spine end, but surprisingly clean and NOT price-clipped. The dust jacket is covered with a brodart. Very scarce with dust jacket in any condition. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $3,000.00 Place Order
Image 001284 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Third Printing Paperback New American Library 1969 New York Very Good No Jacket Signet #T4758. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. This book was the basis for the movie Blade Runner which was still an outstanding flick, considering that it chopped so much out. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This is the third Signet printing in 1971 with the copyright still showing 1969. This is a solid very good copy. There is light creasing along the edges of the spine but not down it, a fold crease to the lower right corner of the front panel, and faint scuffing to the rear panel. Overall, the book is still clean and tight. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $15.00 Check Availability
Image 001440 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Reprint Trade Paperback Orion Publishing Group / Gollancz 2003 United Kingdom Fine Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This book was the basis for the movie Blade Runner which was still an outstanding flick, considering that it chopped so much out. Great cover art by Chris Moore. This is a clean and tight unread copy showing NO creasing, and only minor shelfwear. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 1857988132 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 001658 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep UK Reprint Trade Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1977 United Kingdom Fine Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This book was the basis for the movie Blade Runner which was still an outstanding flick, considering that it chopped so much out. Great cover art by Peter Goodfellow. This is a clean and tight unread copy showing NO creasing, and only minor shelfwear. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0586036059 Box Z-32, PKD $15.00 Place Order
Image 001101 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep First UK Edition Hard Cover Rapp & Whiting 1969 London Very Good+ Very Good+ This is the first UK Hardcover edition of this famous novel. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. This book was the basis for the classic movie Blade Runner starring Rutger Hauer and Harrison Ford, which strayed greatly from the original story. Jacket art by Lawrence Edwards. This is a solid very good copy in dust jacket. The book is tight with mild shelfwear and bumping at the spine ends. The top page edge shows a small faint spot, which doe NOT enter the book (a dust stain?). Internally, clean and free of markings, with no toning to the pages. The dust jacket is price-clipped and rubbed along the edges with some light push-creasing, and also a crease along the entire edge of the front flap where it folds. There is also a short closed tear to the rear panel at the lower right corner near the spine. NOTE: These flaws are VERY minor. The dust jacket is sharp and attractive, covered with a brodart. Protected in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Box Z-28, PKD $1,000.00 Place Order
Image 001992 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep Third Printing Paperback Signet Books 1969 New York Very Good++ Signet #T4758. Number 55 of The 100 Best Novels, Pringle Science Fiction. Expanded from the short story The Little Black Box, Worlds of Tomorrow 1964. Nominated for 1968 Nebula for Best Novel. This book was the basis for the classic movie Blade Runner starring Rutger Hauer and Harrison Ford, which strayed greatly from the original story. Great cover art. Clean copy showing only light rubbing and a faint crease to the left edge of the front panel and NOT to the spine, and faint toning to the inner panel edges. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $15.00 Check Availability
Image 001911 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1965 New York Very Good Ace #F337. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. First publication in any complete form. Cover art by Gaughan. Moderate creasing, tight binding. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Science Fiction Case $15.00 Place Order
Image 001912 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1965 New York Very Good No Jacket Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. First publication in any complete form, Levack. Ace #F337. Very ligh rubbing, clean copy. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $20.00 Place Order
Image 001914 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb Second UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1987 United Kingdom Very Good++ No Jacket Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. Light creasing, slightly cocked but still holding tight. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-32, PKD $20.00 Place Order
Image 001915 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb First UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good++ Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. Clean bright, very light creasing. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 0099149605 Box Z-33, PKD $15.00 Place Order
Image 000334 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb First UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. Stellar panel art which the UK editions are know for. This is a solid very good copy with moderate but not severe creasing, and a hint of toning to the pages as is common. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 0099149605 Box Z-32, PKD $15.00 Place Order
Image 001155 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb First UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1977 United Kingdom Very Good++ Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. Great cover art by Peter Elson. This is a clean and tight copy showing only minimal shelfwear. No creasing to the spine, and the binding is firm. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 0099149605 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 001913 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb Second Printing Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1990 New York Very Good++ Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. This edition contains 2 afterwords, 1 by Philip K Dick and 1 by James Frenkel. Great cover art by Barclay Shaw. A clean bright copy. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 088184389x Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001154 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb Second Printing Paperback Carroll & Graf Publishers, Inc. 1990 New York Very Good++ Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. This edition contains 2 afterwords, 1 by Philip K Dick and 1 by James Frenkel. Great cover art by Barclay Shaw. A tight bright copy showing only minimal shelfwear. No creasing to the spine. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall 088184389x Box Z-22, PKD PB $8.00 Place Order
Image 001393 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Bloodmoney or How We Got Along After the Bomb Second Printing Paperback Dell Books 1980 New York Very Good Dell #11489. Nominated for 1965 Nebula for Best Novel. Manuscript titles: In Earth's Diurnal Course / Terran Odyssey, Levack. Includes an Afterword by Philip K Dick written for this publication. It's of his look at a book written 15 years previously, and examines possible futures and the possible past. Great cover art by Richard Courtney. A solid very good copy showing only faint shelfwear, with a few faint spots to the lower spine area. Internally, a hint of toning with no brittleness as is fairly common with the edition. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0440114896 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
Image 002012 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Futurity First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1960 New York Good++ No Jacket Expanded from Time Pawn- Thrilling Wonder Stories Summer 1954, first publication in complete form, Ace #D421, bound with Slavers Of Space by John Brunner, Levack. Decent copy with browning, light creasing, and soft binding. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Science Fiction $25.00 Check Availability
Image 001413 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Futurity First Thus Mass Market Paperback Berkley Books 1984 New York Very Good++ Berkley #07106. Expanded from Time Pawn, Thrilling Wonder Stories Summer 1954 [Levack]. Originally included in the 1970 UK Philip K Dick Omnibus. Great cover art by Warhola. This is a tight unread copy showing only a hint of shelfwear. No creasing. Internally, the inner panels are tones around the edges, but the pages are clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0425071065 Box Z-22, PKD PB $20.00 Place Order
Image 001159 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Dr Futurity First UK Edition Paperback Eyre Methuen, Ltd 1976 United Kingdom Very Good Expanded from Time Pawn, Thrilling Wonder Stories Summer 1954 [Levack]. Originally included in the 1970 UK Philip K Dick Omnibus, this is the first standalone UK edition. Great uncredited cover art. This is a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear, with light creasing along the front/rear panel edges near the spine. No creasing to the spine. Internally, clean and free of markings with just a hint of toning. Pages are not browned or brittle. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0413365409 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 001995 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1957 New York Good++ Ace #D-211. First publication in any form. Manuscript title: With Opened Mind [Levack]. Something had upset the natural laws of the universe. Great cover art by Valigursky. This is a firm good reading copy showing light to moderate cover stress and browning to the pages. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-17, Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001996 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First Edition Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1957 New York Very Good Ace #D-211. First publication in any form. Manuscript title: With Opened Mind [Levack]. Something had upset the natural laws of the universe. Great cover art by Valigursky. This is a solid very good copy showing only light shelfwear, and faint soiling to the front cover (not detracting from the superb artwork). The binding is tight and boxed, as if it hasn't even been cracked. Internally, the pages are browned but not brittle. Otherwise clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Box Z-33, PKD $25.00 Place Order
Image 001430 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First Thus Vintage Paperback Ace Books 1957 New York Very Good Ace #H-39. Second US & Ace publication from 1968 with 1957 only date on copyright page. Manuscript title: With Opened Mind [Levack]. Something had upset the natural laws of the universe. Great cover art by Kelly Freas. A solid very good copy showing only minor shelfwear and reading stress. A short scratch to the rear panel, and some rubbing along the spine edges with white showing. Still a presentable copy in a tight binding. Internally, only a hint of toning around the edges and no brittleness. Protected in an acid free bag. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall Science Fiction $15.00 Place Order
Image 001163 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First UK Edition Paperback Arrow Books 1971 United Kingdom Very Good Manuscript title: With Opened Mind, Levack. First UK publication. A solid very good reading showing moderate stress in a firm binding. Previous store label to the lower edge of the first page. Internally clean and free of markings. Protected in an acid-free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0090051009 Box Z-22, PKD PB $5.00 Place Order
Image 001998 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First Thus Trade Paperback Collier Books 1989 Near Fine Manuscript title: With Opened Mind [Levack]. Something had upset the natural laws of the universe. Clean unread copy with light rubbing. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0020315910 Box Z-32, PKD $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001084 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye In the Sky First Thus Hard Cover Gregg Press 1979 Boston Near Fine No Jacket (as issued) Manuscript title: With Opened Mind. To my knowledge, this is the first and only hardcover edition of this title. The Gregg Press Science Fiction Series, David G. Hartwell & L. W. Currey Editors. The PKD Gregg Press Editions were largely distributed to libraries, and their print runs were typically around 500. A new introduction by Sandra Miesel. Frontispiece illustration by Hannah Shapero. This is a full photographic reproduction of the 1957 ACE Books PBO. This is a stunning copy that is NOT an ex-library edition. This came from the collection of a former employee of The Gregg Press. The book shows only faint shelfwear in the form of light rubbing to the spine ends and board corners. Faint and barely noticeable dust soiling to the page edge. Internally clean and free of markings. Gilt autograph on front board, and gilt titling on the spine, with a bold red background to offset the text, all of which was consistent on all the Philip K Dick Gregg Press editions. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0839824815 Box Z-33, PKD $125.00 Place Order
Image 001439 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Eye in the Sky First Thus Trade Paperback Orion Publishing Group / Gollancz 2003 United Kingdom Fine Manuscript title: With Opened Mind [Levack]. Something had upset the natural laws of the universe. Great cover art by Chris Moore. A clean and tight copy showing NO creasing with only trace shelfwear. Faint sticker residue to the rear panel around the bar code. Protected in an acid free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0575074566 Box Z-22, PKD PB $10.00 Place Order
Image 001753 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said Reprint Paperback Daw Books, Inc. 1975 New York Very Good No Jacket Daw Books #UE1969. Winner of the John Campbell Memorial Award. This is a solid very good copy showing no reading creases. There is however light rubbing to the edges. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall Science Fiction Case $10.00 Check Availability
Image 001984 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said First Thus Paperback Daw Books, Inc. 1975 New York Very Good++ Daw #UW1266. Daw re-issue with new cover art by Laurence Kresek. Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. Nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel. Won the 1975 John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel. This was also adapted as a screenplay published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel, titled The Different Stages of Love, was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28, Metaphysical Conjurer. Very clean copy showing a hint of rubbing but no creasing. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0879972661 Box Z-33, PKD $10.00 Place Order
Image 001833 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said Second Printing Hard Cover Doubleday 1974 New York Very Good++ Very Good++ Winner of the 1975 John W Campbell Jr Award for Best novel. Nominee for the 1974 Nebula and 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. This is the second printing with code P7 on page 231, with said printing being remaindered. This novel was also adapted into a screenplay, published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28, Metaphysical Conjurer. Book is clean and tight with only light shelfwear, and faint tape residue to the front & rear endpapers.. The dust jacket is lightly rubbed, but otherwise free of chips rips & tears and covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385008871 Box Z-32, PKD $100.00 Check Availability
Image 001870 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said First Edition Hard Cover Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1974 New York Good++ Very Good True first with code 050 on page 231. Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. Nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel. Won the 1975 John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel. This was also adapted as a screenplay published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel, titled The Different Stages of Love, was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28, Metaphysical Conjurer. This is an x-lib with usual markings. The book is cocked but still relatively tight. The dust jacket is crisp with moderate rubbing, and a sci-fi sticker to lower end of the spine. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385008871 Box Z-32, PKD $100.00 Place Order
Image 001094 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said First Edition Hard Cover Doubleday & Company, Inc. 1974 New York Very Good++ Very Good+ True first with code 050 on page 231. Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. Nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel. Won the 1975 John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel. This was also adapted as a screenplay published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel, titled The Different Stages of Love, was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28 [MC, 4th Ed.]. The book is tight with minor shelfwear, and light softening to the bottom spine end. The dust jacket is sharp with only very light rubbing mainly to the bottom edge. There is scuffing to the rear panel, which is white and common with this edition. There are also a few white spots to 2 areas. The bottom edge of the front panel has 8 ranging from pin-tip size to very mall. The panel fold where the front-flap folds has 5 that are a series of short lines (NOT spots). The spots appear to be a paint of some kind, possibly removable with the right spray. The flaws aside, the dust jacket is still attractive and free of chips, rips & tears. Covered with a brodart and preserved in an acid-free bag. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 0385008871 Home $225.00 Check Availability
Image 001405 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said Reprint Paperback Panther Books / Granada Publishing 1979 United Kingdom Very Good++ Panther #04203. Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. Nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel. Won the 1975 John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel. This was also adapted as a screenplay published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel, titled The Different Stages of Love, was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28, Metaphysical Conjurer. Great cover art. A solid very good copy showing only light reading stress in a firm binding. Faint yellowing to the edges, but not brittleness. Internally free of markings. Protected in an acid free bag. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0586042032 Box Z-22, PKD PB $15.00 Place Order
Image 002034 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hard Cover Readers Union 1975 Australia Very Good+ Very Good+ Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel. Nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel. Won the 1975 John W. Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel. This was also adapted as a screenplay published by the Dramatic Publishing Company. A portion of this novel, titled The Different Stages of Love, was omitted from the US publications of this title and can be found in PKDS #28, Metaphysical Conjurer. Book is tight with a slight lean and minor shelfwear. The dust jacket is rubbed with some edge-creasing, but otherwise free of chips rips & tears. The dj is covered with a brodart. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction Case $100.00 Check Availability
Image 001985 Dick, Philip K. ( Philip K. Dick ) Flow My Tears the Policeman Said Sixth Printing Trade Paperback Vintage 1993 New York Near Fine No Jacket Nominated for 1975 Hugo for Best Novel, nominated for 1974 Nebula for Best Novel, Won the 1975 John W Campbell Jr. Award for Best Novel, first US paperback publication, Levack. Daw #UW1266. Bright unread copy. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall Science Fiction $8.00 Check Availability

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