The Best of Subterranean

By: Schafer, William, editor

Price: $270.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: As new

747pp. 8vo. Burgundy leather over boards, gilt on spine. Signed by most of the authors and the editor represented in this book. This is #127 of 350 numbered and 26 lettered copies. This fantastic book is unread, unmarked, unclipped, tight, bright, Brodart protected, and ready to be read and collected. Resides in a custom orange cloth slipcase with gilt on spine. Gift quality. From Hugo and Nebula winners to Pulitzer and Booker Prize finalists to New York Times bestsellers, this anthology collects 30 pieces of Subterranean's best, representing diverse, breathtaking short fiction from today's modern masters. Table of Contents: PerfidiaLewis Shiner GameMaria Dahvana Headley The Last Log of the LachrimosaAlastair Reynolds The Seventeenth KindMichael Marshall Smith Dispersed by the Sun, Melting in the WindRachel Swirsky The PileMichael Bishop The Bohemian AstroblemeKage Baker (not signing) TanglefootCherie Priest Hide and HornsJoe R. Lansdale Balfour and Meriwether in the Vampire of KabulDaniel Abraham Last BreathJoe Hill Younger WomenKaren Joy Fowler White Lines on a Green FieldCatherynne M. Valente The Least of the Deathly ArtsKat Howard Water Cant be NervousJonathan Carroll Valley of the GirlsKelly Link Sic Him, Hellhound! Kill! Kill!Hal Duncan TroublesolvingTim Pratt The Indelible DarkWilliam Browning Spencer The Prayer of Ninety CatsCaitln R. Kiernan The Crane MethodIan R. MacLeod The Tomb of the Pontifex DvornRobert Silverberg (not signing) The Toys of Caliban (script)George R. R. Martin The Secret History of the Lost ColonyJohn Scalzi The Screams of DragonsKelley Armstrong The Dry SpellJames P. Blaylock He Who Grew Up Reading Sherlock HolmesHarlan Ellison (not signing) A Small Price to Pay for BirdsongK. J. Parker The Truth of Fact, the Truth of FeelingTed Chiang A Long Walk HomeJay Lake (not signing)

More Description

"Vampires and wizards and aliens, oh my A splendid gathering, from the late lamented magazine, of modern science fiction and fantasy. Like the best of the 1950s pulps, Subterranean magazine did not cavil much about genre distinctions: if a sci-fi story strayed into horror or swords and sorcery, that was fine, so long as the story in question was good]] Fans of every stripe of speculative fiction will want this on their shelves."

Title: The Best of Subterranean

Author Name: Schafer, William, editor

Illustrator: Dave McKean

Categories: Science Fiction & Fantasy,

Edition: First

Publisher: Burton, Subterranean Press: 2017

ISBN Number: 159606837X

ISBN Number 13: 9781596068377

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: As new

Jacket Condition: as new Jacket

Inscription: Signed

Seller ID: 0002404