William Nolan Books In Order

Logan Books In Publication Order

  1. Logan’s Run (With: George Clayton Johnson) (1967)
  2. Logan’s World (1977)
  3. Logan’s Search (1980)

Logan’s Run Graphic Novels In Publication Order

  1. Logan’s Run Last Day (2010)
  2. Logan’s Run: Aftermath (2012)
  3. Logan’s Run: Rebirth (2013)
  4. Logan’s Run: Black Flower (2019)

The Black Mask Boys Books In Publication Order

  1. The Black Mask Boys (1985)
  2. The Black Mask Murders (1994)
  3. The Marble Orchard (1996)
  4. Sharks Never Sleep (1998)

Sam Space Books In Publication Order

  1. Space for Hire (1971)
  2. Look Out For Space (1985)
  3. Space Tales (2010)

William F. Nolan Standalone Novels In Publication Order

  1. Helltracks (1991)
  2. Night Shapes (1995)
  3. Nightworlds (2004)

William F. Nolan Short Stories/Novellas In Publication Order

  1. Of Time and Texas (1956)
  2. Small World (1957)

William F. Nolan Collections In Publication Order

  1. Alien Horizons (1974)
  2. Wonderworlds (1979)
  3. Things Beyond Midnight (1984)
  4. Max Brand’s Best Western Stories, Vol. 3 (With: Max Brand) (1987)
  5. Down the Long Night (2000)
  6. Dark Universe (2001)
  7. William F. Nolan’s Dark Universe (2001)
  8. Have You Seen the Wind? (2003)
  9. Ships in the Night and Other Stories (2004)
  10. Wild Galaxy (2005)
  11. Nightshadows (2007)
  12. Dark Dimensions (2010)
  13. Kincaid (2011)
  14. Like a Dead Man Walking (2013)
  15. Soul Trips (2015)

William F. Nolan Non-Fiction Books In Publication Order

  1. Barney Oldfield: The Life and Times of America’s Legendary Speed King (1961)
  2. Steve McQueen: Star on Wheels (1972)
  3. Carnival of Speed (1973)
  4. Hammett (1983)
  5. McQueen (1984)
  6. Max Brand (1985)
  7. The Work Of Charles Beaumont (1990)
  8. How to Write Horror Fiction (1991)
  9. Phil Hill, Yankee Champion: First American to Win the Driving Championship of the World Revised (1996)
  10. Legends And Lovers (1997)
  11. Let’s Get Creative (2006)
  12. Nolan on Bradbury (2013)
  13. Writing as Life (2020)

Max Brand Short Story Collections In Publication Order

  1. The Village Street and Other Poems (By:Frederick Faust) (1922)
  2. Wine on the Desert and Other Stories (By:Max Brand) (1940)
  3. The Notebooks and Poems of Max Brand (By:Max Brand) (1957)
  4. Tales of the Wild West (By:Max Brand) (1962)
  5. Max Brand’s Best Western Stories, Vol. 1 (With: Max Brand) (1981)
  6. Wine on the Desert (By:Max Brand) (1983)
  7. Max Brand’s Best Western Stories, Vol. 2 (With: Max Brand) (1985)
  8. Max Brand’s Best Western Stories, Vol. 3 (With: Max Brand) (1987)
  9. The Sacking of El Dorado (By:Max Brand) (1994)
  10. The Collected Stories of Max Brand (By:Max Brand) (1994)
  11. The Ghost Wagon and Other Great Western Adventures (By:Max Brand) (1996)
  12. The Black Rider and Other Stories (By:Max Brand) (1996)
  13. Outlaws All (By:Max Brand) (1996)
  14. The Bells of San Carlos (By:Max Brand) (1996)
  15. Slumber Mountain (By:Max Brand) (1997)
  16. Men Beyond the Law (By:Max Brand) (1997)
  17. Two Sixes (By:Max Brand) (1997)
  18. The Abandoned Outlaw (By:Max Brand) (1997)
  19. The Rock of Kiever (By:Max Brand) (1998)
  20. The Oath of Office (By:Max Brand) (1998)
  21. Stolen Gold (By:Max Brand) (1999)
  22. More Tales of the Wild West (By:Max Brand) (1999)
  23. Timber Line (By:Max Brand) (1999)
  24. The Overland Kid (By:Max Brand) (2000)
  25. Jokers Extra Wild (By:Max Brand) (2002)

Black Wings Books In Publication Order

  1. Black Wings (By:) (2010)
  2. Black Wings of Cthulhu 2 (By:) (2011)
  3. Black Wings III: New Tales of Lovecraftian Horror (By:) (2014)
  4. Black Wings of Cthulhu (By:) (2014)
  5. Black Wings IV: Tales of Lovecraftian Horror (By:,,Will Murray,,,,,,John Pelan,,Caitlín R. Kiernan,,,,Gary Fry) (2015)
  6. Black Wings of Cthulhu (By:) (2015)
  7. Black Wings V (By:) (2016)
  8. Black Wings of Cthulhu (By:) (2017)
  9. Black Wings VI: New Tales of Lovecraftian Horror (With: ,,,,,,,Caitlín R. Kiernan,Nancy Kilpatrick,,,,,,Mark Howard Jones) (2017)

Anthologies In Publication Order

  1. A Wilderness of Stars (1969)
  2. Three To The Highest Power (1971)
  3. Wondermakers 2 (1974)
  4. Science Fiction Origins (1980)
  5. The Year’s Best Fantasy: First Annual Collection (1988)
  6. Demons & Dreams: The Best Fantasy and Horror 1 (1988)
  7. Urban Horrors (1990)
  8. The Bradbury Chronicles (1991)
  9. It’s That Time Again! 2 (2004)
  10. The Bleeding Edge (2009)
  11. Halloween (2009)
  12. The Devil’s Coattails (2012)
  13. Black Wings VI: New Tales of Lovecraftian Horror (2017)
  14. Never Fear – The Apocalypse (2017)
  15. Christmas Horror Vol. 2 (2018)

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William Nolan Books Overview

Logan’s Run (With: George Clayton Johnson)

It’s the 23rd Century and at age 21…
your life is over! Logan 6 has been trained to kill; born and bred from conception to be the best of the best. But his time is short and before his life ends he’s got one final mission: Find and destroy Sanctuary, a fabled haven for those that chose to defy the system. But when Logan meets and falls in love with Jessica, he begins to question the very system he swore to protect and soon they’re both running for their lives. When Last Day comes, will you lie down and die…
or run! Bluewater Comics proudly presents a new adaptation of William F. Nolan’s masterpiece of dystopian future: Logan’s Run.

Logan’s World

Logan’s World
With the computer system destroyed, Earth has reverted to savagery. Scattered tribes now rule a charred world. Scavengers, who prowl the broken cities. Surviving corps of the elite killers, led by a psychotic ex Sandman. Sadistic bands of gypsy riders who kill and plunder. When tragedy strikes, his loved ones, Logan sets out on a death haunted vengeance trail across a ravaged world that leads to a startling confrontation and ultimate destruction.

Logan’s Run Last Day

It’s the 23rd Century and at age 21…
your life is over! Logan 6 has been trained to kill; born and bred from conception to be the best of the best. But his time is short and before his life ends he’s got one final mission: Find and destroy Sanctuary, a fabled haven for those that chose to defy the system. But when Logan meets and falls in love with Jessica, he begins to question the very system he swore to protect and soon they’re both running for their lives. When Last Day comes, will you lie down and die…
or run! Bluewater Comics proudly presents a new adaptation of William F. Nolan’s masterpiece of dystopian future: Logan’s Run.

The Black Mask Murders

In the first of a series, three famed private eye authors, Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, and Erle Stanley Gardner, team up as the Black Mask Boys to solve a 1930s Hollywood murder, with Hammett acting as the story’s narrator.

The Marble Orchard

The year is 1936, and Raymond Chandler, Dashiell Hammett, and Erle Stanley Gardner have taken to solving crimes as amateur detectives. As narrated by Chandler, their latest adventure begins in East Los Angeles, with the discovery of what is apparently the ritual suicide of his wife’s former husband in a Chinese cemetery but was it really suicide? Following a trail of clues from the coastal splendors of the William Randolph Hearst castle to the rococo Victorian mansions of Bunker Hill, the trio of sleuths are helped and hindered by an odd assortment of characters like the mysterious screen star known as the Vampire Queen, a missing sister who prefers to stay missing, and an ex stage actor with a penchant for using his fists, and by such real life personalities as Shirley Temple, Charlie Chaplin, Hedda Hopper, and Orson Welles. The Marble Orchard is a complex, colorful, and ultimately dangerous adventure a richly textured thriller that also celebrates the joys of love and marriage between Chandler and his exceptional wife, Cissy.

Sharks Never Sleep

America’s premier mystery writers Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, and Erle Stanley Gardner make a comeback in this latest suspense novel from William F. Nolan. In a vivid re creation of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Erle Stanley Gardner is accused of murder and becomes a fugitive in a desperate attempt to find the real killer. As the action sweeps from an MGM movie set to an obscure fishing village on the Gulf of California, listeners are treated to a drunken John Barrymore emoting Shakespeare, a bawdy encounter with Mae West in a steam bath, a full throttle car chase with racing legend Barney Oldfield, and a shocking phone call from America’s foremost gossipmonger, Walter Winchell. The climax is a murder trial in which Gardner, in true Perry Mason style, chooses to defend himself against the threatened death sentence.

Things Beyond Midnight

A classic collection of dark fantasy from the co creator of Logan’s Run.

Dark Universe

Fifty years of top notch writing mystery, science fiction, horror, suspense admired by the likes of Stephen King, Peter Straub, and Ray Bradbury. Now, for the first time, Stealth Press is proud to present Dark Universe, a breathtaking collection spanning five decades of stunning achievement the very best from a Master of Suspense. A distillation of 50 years of short fiction; more than 40 stories each with a newly written introductory note by the author as well as an introduction by Christopher Conlon. For anyone with an appreciation of modern fantastic fiction, a perspective on the evolution of science fiction, suspense, and horror, or an interest in the craft of the short story itself Dark Universe ranks with ‘must have’ books like group tribute CALIFORNIA SORCERY edited by Nolan and William Schafer, THE ESSENTIAL ELLISON, THE STORIES OF RAY BRADBURY, THE COLLECTED STORIES OF RICHARD MATHESON: COLLECTED STORIES, George Clayton Johnson’s ALL OF US ARE DYING AND OTHER STORIES, and THE HOWLING MAN by Charles Beaumont.

William F. Nolan’s Dark Universe

Fifty years of top notch writing mystery, science fiction, horror, suspense admired by the likes of Stephen King, Peter Straub, and Ray Bradbury. Now, for the first time, Stealth Press is proud to present DARK UNIVERSE, a breathtaking collection spanning five decades of stunning achievement the very best from a Master of Suspense. A distillation of 50 years of short fiction; more than 40 stories each with a newly written introductory note by the author as well as an introduction by Christopher Conlon. For anyone with an appreciation of modern fantastic fiction, a perspective on the evolution of science fiction, suspense, and horror, or an interest in the craft of the short story itself DARK UNIVERSE ranks with ‘must have’ books like group tribute CALIFORNIA SORCERY edited by Nolan and William Schafer, THE ESSENTIAL ELLISON, THE STORIES OF RAY BRADBURY, THE COLLECTED STORIES OF RICHARD MATHESON: COLLECTED STORIES, George Clayton Johnson’s ALL OF US ARE DYING AND OTHER STORIES, and THE HOWLING MAN by Charles Beaumont.

Have You Seen the Wind?

With 75 books and over 300 anthology appearances to his credit, William F. Nolan author of Logan’s Run is twice winner of the Edgar Allan Poe Special Award. Most recently, he accepted the International Guilds Living Legend Award for 2002. This is the first collection of Nolan’s horror fiction and verse to share a single volume. Four chilling tales of murder and madness, guns and obsession steam the pages of this haunting book, including ‘In Real Life,’ chosen for The Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror. Delve into Nolan’s darkest worlds as he assembles tales of an ex wife claiming revenge from beyond the grave…
of an insane mind justifying the murder of his mate through the tall glass of a cold one…
of a husband who refuses and refuses and refuses to stay dead. And top it all off with a celebration of this master’s widely praised poems, on topics ranging from Bradbury to Vienna, from Hammett to Hemingway.

Ships in the Night and Other Stories

This short story collection gathers many genres under one pen western, detective, sports, sci fi, the human condition. And all the treasured Nolan trademarks are here: characters defined through their actions; storylines unfurling with alacrity and grace; descriptions concise and complete.

Wild Galaxy

Representing the best of a 50 year writing career, these 19 short stories have been collected from the wide ranging oeuvre of William F. Nolan. Zany tales are included, such as ‘Toe to Tip, Tip to Toe, Pip Pop as You Go,’ in which everyone is kept in perpetual drugged states and the social deviates are those who are straight. More serious stories are also told such as ‘The Small World of Lewis Stillman,’ in which the last surviving resident of Los Angeles must conceal himself in storm sewers in order to avoid a new wave of smaller city dwellers who, although primitive, are dangerous in their numbers. Interspersed are narratives that address the emotional attachments of robots to humans, mix science fiction with the classic Wild West, and allow alien rock stars and human groupies to intermingle.

Nightshadows

Nineteen of the twenty three stories in this present volume were written in our new century following the release of Nolan’s retrospective collection Dark Universe, which covers almost all of his work into the year 2000. This is a new collection representing his best work in the genre of shock fiction over recent years right through 2007.

Barney Oldfield: The Life and Times of America’s Legendary Speed King

Newly revised and expanded, this is the only book ever devoted to Barney Oldfield, the man who got his start at the turn of the century racing Ford’s 999 and winning the Manufacturers Challenge Cup. Barney was America s most flamboyant race driver. He took part in countless race meets between 1902 and 1918. The machines he drove included the Winton Bullet, Peerless Green Dragon, the Blitzen Benz, and Harry Miller s Golden Submarine. Commanding thousands of dollars for race appearances, Oldfield wore a diamond pinky ring and a sealskin coat. He raced his cars against planes and played chicken with trains, barnstormed the county fairs, brawled in saloons, and starred in films. He was the first man to go faster than a mile minute in a gas powered car. He set records at the dirt tracks and on the beach, raced the road courses and circled the banked board and brick tracks with the fastest of the era. This new edition has been fully redesigned and re illustrated, featuring 114 illustrations. An extensive bibliography, appendices of race results, and a seven page index complete this definitive book on America s turn of the century motor sport legend.

Max Brand

Called the King of the Pulps, Frederick Schiller Faust, aka Max Brand, wrote nearly 400 Westerns from The Untamed to Destry Rides Again a total of more than 220 books in this genre. Yet Max Brand also created Dr. Kildare of books, films, and television and wrote under twenty one pseudonyms, in another dozen genres. This book removes the mask, with deeply personal memoirs from family, friends and fellow writers, taking us through his orphaned boyhood on the brutal ranches of California, his frustrating decades in Italy, as both a classical poet and a fast action pulpist, to his heroic death as a war correspondent on the World War II battlefields. Faust’s life story is augmented by a complete bibliography of his work over a thousand books, stories, and films plus the first listing of works about Faust.

Phil Hill, Yankee Champion: First American to Win the Driving Championship of the World Revised

This revised, expanded edition includes a lengthy new final chapter, an extensive index, 114 photos printed on 48 pages of premium gloss paper. Photographs come from over 23 sources and include work by: Louis Klemantaski, Dave Friedman, Bob Tronolone, Jim Sitz, Bernard Cahier, Geoffrey Goddard, Peter Coltrin, and Griffith Borgeson.

William F. Nolan documents the extraordinary life and career of Phil Hill, from his days as a youngster driving his aunt’s Packard, to his six year stint as a driver for Enzo Ferrari, with whom in 1961 Phil Hill became the first American to win the Grand Prix Driver s Championship.

The book describes in detail Hill s early drives in MGs and Jaguars, in addition to his many private and factory Ferrari drives, and his later entries with ATS and Cooper GP cars. This expanded edition goes on to cover Hill s races with Carroll Shelby s Cobra team, Ford s GT40s, and Jim Hall s Chaparrals, as well as Phil Hill s life as a family man and his work as one of the foremost classic car restorers. An updated ‘Table of International Successes’ and a seven page index complete this high quality hardcover book.

Let’s Get Creative

William F. Nolan, using the knowledge acquired by writing more than 90 works of fiction, analyzes some of his and others best work to help the reader with construction of characters, dramatic development, and dialogue. The writer will learn how to hook the reader on the first page, how to develop conflict, the craft of revision, and more.

The Sacking of El Dorado (By:Max Brand)

In his classic novels and short stories, Max Brand brought the adventure, the struggles and the honor of the Old West to life. This volume features some of Brand’s most exciting and acclaimed Western adventures, all presented uncut, as he wrote them, restored from his original typescripts or from their first magazine appearances and all in paperback for the first time.

The Collected Stories of Max Brand (By:Max Brand)

Collects eighteen short stories by Max Brand, a writer of westerns and creator of such memorable characters such as Dr. Kildare and agent Anthony Hamilton, including ‘Above the Law,’ ‘Outcast Breed,’ ‘The Sun Stood Still,’ ‘Interns Can’t Take Money,’ and ‘The Strange Villa.’ UP.

The Ghost Wagon and Other Great Western Adventures (By:Max Brand)

The Ghost Wagon and Other Great Western Adventures collects four additional short novels by Max Brand not previously published in book form. These novels represent some of the best of Brand’s western writing. They illustrate the expansiveness of Brand s imagination and the fecundity with which he would vary his themes, examining the human condition from numerous disparate viewpoints. In Max Brand s stories no character is either a hero or a villain, and most are mixtures of both. That is certainly the case in The Ghost Wagon, first published in 1921. Both Lew Carney and Jack Doyle love Mary Hamilton and she has plans of her own. Rodeo Ranch proved one of Brand s most popular short novels the year it first appeared in Western Story Magazine 1923. Slip Liddel 1938 is set during the Depression and centers on a poor man s revenge. It is reminiscent of Brand s own unhappy early years as a farm and ranch laborer. A Matter of Honor was published under the title Jerico s Garrison Finish in 1921. The story has much more to do with Jim Orchard s struggles to distinguish between honor and pride than with mere horse racing. Brand s fiction was frequently amputated by magazine editors seeking to fit it to the page, and his titles were often changed to appear more exciting or appealing. Jon Tuska has returned to the original manuscripts, restoring the full texts and original titles.

The Black Rider and Other Stories (By:Max Brand)

The Black Rider and Other Stories collects three short novels and one short story by Max Brand originally published in magazines and never reprinted before; they appear here for the first time in book form. At first publication the stories often suffered from editors cuts to make them fit available page space. Editor Jon Tuska has returned to the original manuscripts to restore Brand’s full texts. The stories are set in that land Brand called the mountain desert, a timeless and magical place for him. In addition to mapping a geographic region, these stories show the extent to which Brand was exploring the corridors of the human spirit. The story of Lucia d Arquista s confrontation with her own soul, The Black Rider, originally published in 1925, is set in Spanish California at the time when the eastern colonies of this country were still ruled by Great Britain. The feud between Red Macdonald and the Gregory clan disrupts the quiet town of Sudeth in The Dream of Macdonald 1923. As this short novel progresses, Macdonald s dream increasingly takes possession of his very being. In a few deft pages, Brand takes up the challenge of the most demanding form of fiction in Partners, a 1938 short short story that sketches a murderous relationship between two men. The Power of Prayer, which first appeared in the 1922 Christmas issue of Western Story Magazine, concerns Gerald Kern, a real gentleman who is also a gunman. His tale is not unlike that of the true and imperishable gentleman of darkness from the Book of Job.

Outlaws All (By:Max Brand)

Max Brand is the name by which American author Frederick Faust is best known and loved. His fiction has been proclaimed vital reading for the development of the short story in American literature. Three of his stories appear together in audiobook form: ALEC THE GREAT Set in Alaska during the gold rush days of the 1890s, the background of the bitter enmity that destroyed the once great friendship between Hugh Massey and Arnie Calmot is explained. The events preceding the clash of these two titans for possession of a most extraordinary and powerful dog are told by young Joe May in Sixteen in Nome. RIDING INTO PERIL Kantwell Irving Dangerfield, commonly known as the Kid, is thrown in jail on a spurious charge. He makes good his escape and embarks on a life of dangerous adventure. He meets the enchanting Marianne Justis when he is hired to track down a mysterious renegade known as The Phantom. But even should he succeed in his battle with The Phantom, he will still be left outlawed, a wanted man. OUTLAWS ALL Listen to the enlightening story unfold of Bull Hunter, a gentle giant of a man who sees so deeply into the human soul, encountering and befriending a mighty wolf dog known as The Ghost.

The Bells of San Carlos (By:Max Brand)

This volume collects some of Max Brand’s greatest novellas and stories, all restored from the author’s original manuscripts, and all appearing as he wrote them in paperback for the first time. Finally, these Western classics, including the famous ‘Cayenne Charlie’, can be enjoyed and treasured in all their original glory! .

Slumber Mountain (By:Max Brand)

Three classic short novels from an undisputed master of Western fiction! ‘The Outlaw Crew’ is the tale of gold fever and survival in a frontier mining town. In ‘The Coward’, a man humiliated in a gunfight finds a fiendishly clever way of exacting revenge. And in ‘Slumber Mountain’, Brand presents a harrowing story of man versus the wilderness as a trapper fights for his life against a wolf pack and the mighty wolf known as Silver King.

Men Beyond the Law (By:Max Brand)

This Western trio opens with Werewolf, the’s tory of a man fleeing after a gunfight, whose encounter with an ancient Cheyenne in the wilderness changes his course. A ll is lost to him until he completes a spiritual journey. ‘

The Abandoned Outlaw (By:Max Brand)

This work is written by Max Brand. Here are three classic short novels: ‘The gold King Turns His Back’, ‘The Three Crosses’, and ‘The Abandoned Outlaw’. ‘The Gold King Turns His Back’ tells of young Miriam Standard who is more than capable of running her father’s ranch, but finds she has much to learn about the westerner’s meaning of honor. In ‘The three Crosses’, an ominous prediction leads a cowpuncher to a showdown with a notorious gunfighter. ‘The Abandoned Outlaw’ finds a young woman caught in the middle of a lifelong rivalry between two men, one of whom is an outlaw.

The Rock of Kiever (By:Max Brand)

Brand practices his art to something like perfection. Here are three of Max Brands classic short novels, all carefully restored from Brands own manuscripts, and collected in paperback for the first time. In Range Jester, Barry Home, once a free spirited cowboy, now an ex convict, returns to the small town of Loomis. His return is scarcely welcome one, least of all by the rancher whose testimony was vital in securing Barrys conviction. Slow Bill is the story of young Jim Legrange, who feels he can never live up to the success of his father, a millionaire rancher. He leaves home for an abandoned gold rush town, where he runs into Jack Rooney. Rooney, an old prospector, has a photograph of Jims father in a place of honor, but he calls the man in the picture Slow Bill and says he was once his partner. And in The Rock of Kiever, the best friend of Texas Ranger Charlie Stayn is killed during a raid. Charlie swears vengeance against the killers and defies the ranger code, heading into the Kiever Mountains to track them down.

More Tales of the Wild West (By:Max Brand)

Three of Brand’s stories, restored from the author’s original typescripts. Above the Law is a Western story which tells of an actress taken prisoner by the notorious bandit Black Jim. One Man Posse is one of five stories written in the ongoing saga of a character known only as Sleeper, a man with a great capacity for personal endurance.

Timber Line (By:Max Brand)

These three stories by master of the genre, Max Brand, have been restored from their original typescripts and are presented here for the first time in book form. Opening the collection is ‘Above the Law, ‘ a story about an actress from the East who finds herself alone and nearly penniless in the lawless West. In ‘One Man Posse, ‘ a man with a reputation for laziness takes on a vicious adversary. The title story tells of Jerney, a man feared by all because of his bloody deeds. An Easterner who has come out West is mistaken for Jerney setting the stage for a case of mistaken identity that’s about to turn deadly.

The Overland Kid (By:Max Brand)

This trio of short novels takes its title from another of the continuing adventures of Reata. Lawman Babe Rourke is known for his skill with fists and firearms, and Angus Carin has called him out to challenge that reputation in ‘The Cabin in the Pine’. Also includes ‘Joe White’s Brand’.

Jokers Extra Wild (By:Max Brand)

‘Jokers Extra Wild’ features three western stories by popular western author Max Brand. The stories included are ‘Speedy Deputy’, ‘Satan’s Gun Rider’, and ‘Jokers Extra Wild’.

The Bradbury Chronicles

Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser have traveled the width and breadth of the land of Nehwon in search of adventure and fortune. Now lost at sea, their ship drawn out on the Great Equatorial Current, their journey brings them to Rime Isle, a tragic island populated by vagabonds and wanderers. The island is also home to a race of gods, schemers, and manipulators that plague the humans for their amusement. Will Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser be able to escape the island, or be trapped forever as pawns of the gods?

Halloween

Shivers and spirits…
the mystical and macabre…
our darkest fears and sweetest fantasies…
the fun and frivolity of tricks, treats, festivities, and masquerades. Halloween is a holiday filled with both delight and dread, beloved by youngsters and adults alike. Celebrate the most magical season of the year with this sensational treasury of seasonal tales spooky, suspenseful, terrifying, or teasing harvested from a multitude of master storytellers.

The Devil’s Coattails

Edited by Jason V Brock and William F. Nolan. Only 500 Trade edition copies printed. Illustrated Hardcover with dust jacket; cover/interior art by Vincent Chong. Foreword by S. T. Joshi. A unique anthology: contains original, never before published works by Ramsey Campbell, John Shirley, Jason V Brock, Marc Scott Zicree, Norman Corwin, Gary Braunbeck, Steve Rasnic Tem, Melanie Tem, Earl Hamner, Jenny Brundage, Nancy Kilpatrick, Jerry E. Airth, Sunni K Brock, Richard Christian Matheson, Paul J. Salamoff, Paul G. Bens, Jr., William F. Nolan, Dan O’Bannon, Max Brand, Richard Selzer, James Robert Smith, and Wilum Pugmire/Maryanne K. Snyder. Opaque pages, printed with 100 vegetable inks using windpower; printed and bound in the USA.

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