From our own ten-volume "Lost Pulp Classics Series" (volumes one and two out now, other volumes coming soon!) to our relationships with other current publishers of classic science fiction, to our exclusive dealer affilliations, we will be able to offer you the best in-print, out-of-print and rare genre works from the early twentieth century.
Nine long lost short stories by the original Queen of the Spaceways, C.L. Moore (pictured with her husband and collaborator Henry Kuttner), originally published between 1934 and 1956. Includes "Greater Glories" and "here lies...", unavailable since their original publication more than fifty years ago. By the author of "Black God's Kiss" and "Northwest Of Earth".
Disguised as the Shadow, rich New York socialite Lamont Cranston fights a one-man war against crime. First appearing as the host of radio's "Inner Sanctum", the Shadow debuted in print in 1933 and continued for more than 200 full-length novels, released twice per month. Back in print after many years, twenty-three volumes containing two novels each are now available. Written by Walter Gibson, as "Maxwell Grant".