- [Marion Zimmer Bradley, editor], Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine. Two issues: #42 (Winter 1999) and #46 (Winter 2000). Issue 46 was edited by Rachel E. Holman following Bradley's death.
- David Daniel, Coffin Dust: Strange Stories. Horror collection; 23 stories.
- Ron Fortier and "Chester Hawks", Captain Hazzard: Curse of the Red Maggot! Pulp Adventure novel. Originally written by Paul Chadwick in 1938 under the "Hawks" pseudonym for the short-lived Captain Hazzard pulp magazine, it was rewritten as a Secret Agent X adventure called The Curse of the Crimson Horde. Fortier took the Secret Agent X story and re-rewrote it as a Captain Hazzard story.
- "Maxwell Grant", The Shadow #4: "The Murder Master" & "The Hydra", The Shadow #5: "The Black Falcon" & "The Salamanders", The Shadow #7: "The Cobra" & "The Third Shadow", The Shadow #9: "Lingo" & "Partners of Peril", The Shadow #10: "The City of Doom" & "The Fifth Face", The Shadow #11: "Road of Crime" & "Crooks Go Straight", and The Shadow #12"Serpents of Siva" & "The Madrigals Mystery". Pulp adventure reprints courtesy of Anthony Tollin. Most of the novels are by Walter B. Gibson. Tollin does not reprint these chronologically, relying more on themes. Each volume has also features essays and other goodies.
- Steve Holland, Sci-Fi Art: A Graphic History. There's more of a British slant to this one. Holland not only covers books and magazines, but alos comic books, anime and manga, movie posters, video games, and toys. Listed as contributors are Alex Summersby, Steve White, Toby Weidmann, Adrian Faulkner, and Tim Murray.
- Murray Leinster, The Time Tunnel. TV tie-in, not be confused with a similarly titled book by Leinster, Time Tunnel.
- [Shawna McCarthy, editor], Realms of Fantasy. Nine issues: February and June, 1995, December 1996, February, April, and June 1997, and February, April, and October, 1998.
- "Kenneth Robeson", The Land of Terror. A Doc Savage pulp novel, number 8 in the Bantam reprints. As with most of these, this one is by Lester Dent.
- Wayne Skiver, Prof. Stone: Volume One: The Eye of Ra & Other Tales. Pulpish adventure witha "new" character. There are six stories in this one.
- [Unicorn Mystery Book Club], two volumes. The first contains The Big Clock by Kenneth Fearing, The Saint Sees It Through by Leslie Charteris, ...And High Water by Aaron Marc Stein, and A Knife Is Silent by David Kent. The second contains The Daughter of Time by Josephine Tey, Obit Delayed by Helen Neilson, Dr. Gatskill's Blue Shoes by Paul Conant, and Heavy, Heavy Hangs by Doris Miles Disney. Unicorn always seemed to have more unusual titles than Walter Black's Detective Book Club.
Small House of Everything
Monday, January 2, 2012
Found some interesting stuff in Nashua, New Hampshire this week.