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    Moby Dick: A Screenplay by Ray Bradbury (Subterranean Press, June 2008, 978-1-59606-180-4, $35.00, 191pp, hc, cover by Jon Foster)
        Screenplay, an adaptation by Bradbury of Melville’s novel. A signed, lettered, limited edition of 26 ($400.00) with the addition of Bradbury’s working notes, is also available.


    Nemo! by Ray Bradbury (Subterranean Press, January 2013, 978-1-59606-397-6, $35.00, 171pp, hc, cover by Charles Vess)
        Screenplay by Bradbury based on Winsor McCay’s fantasy comic strip Little Nemo in Slumberland. A signed trade edition of 40 ($125.00) is also available.




    The Shop of the Mechanical Insects by Ray Bradbury (Subterranean Press, October 2009, 978-1-59606-279-5, $18.00, 20pp, ph, cover by Dave McKean)
        Chapbook story, illustrated by Dave McKean in full color. This is a deluxe limited edition of 500.


    Skeletons by Ray Bradbury (Subterranean Press, August 2008, 978-1-59606-192-7, $20.00, 44pp, ph, cover by Dave McKean)
        Chapbook collection of Bradbury’s story “Skeleton” and an earlier story by the same title. Illustrated by Dave McKean. A hand bound, traycased, signed, lettered edition of 16 is sold out.



    Where Everything Ends by Ray Bradbury (Subterranean Press, December 2009, 978-1-59606-217-7, $50.00, 778pp, hc, cover by Jon Foster)
        Associational omnibus of three mystery novels: Death is a Lonely Business (1985), A Graveyard for Lunatics (1990), and Let’s All Kill Constance (2003), plus two short pieces including the title story that inspired the first mystery. A traycased, signed, lettered edition of 26 ($750.00) is also available.
    • 7 · Death Is a Lonely Business · Ray Bradbury · n. 1985
    • 229 · A Graveyard for Lunatics · Ray Bradbury · n. 1990
    • 573 · Let’s All Kill Constance · Ray Bradbury · n. 2003
    • 753 · Where Everything Ends · Ray Bradbury · ss
    • 771 · Graveyard for Lunatics Falling Upward: Another Tale of Two Cities · Ray Bradbury · vi
    • 775 · Falling Upward: Another Tale of Two Cities · Ray Bradbury · vi






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