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    Black Hills by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, March 2010, 978-1-59606-312-9, $80.00, 452pp, hc, cover by Ken Rosenthal)
        Reprint (Reagan Arthur 2010) dark fantasy novel about a Sioux boy haunted by the ghost of Custer. This is a signed, limited edition of 500; a traycased lettered edition of 26 ($500) is also available.


    Drood by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, April 2009, 978-1-59606-235-1, $80.00, 707pp, hc, cover by John Picacio)
        Reprint (Little, Brown 2009) horror novel about Wilkie Collins and Charles Dickens. This is a signed, limited edition of 500; a traycased lettered edition of 26 ($500.00) is also available.


    Endymion by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, 2014, $150.00, 568pp, hc, cover by John Picacio) [Hyperion]
        Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1996) SF novel. Limited to 474 signed numbered copies. Also available in a leatherbound edition, limited to 52 signed, lettered, copies, housed in a custom traycase ($325).
    Details taken from online listing. Volume three in the series.


    Endymion by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, March 2015, no ISBN, $150.00, 567pp, hc, cover by John Picacio) [Hyperion]
        Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1996) SF novel, third book in the Hyperion series. This is a signed, limited edition of 474; a traycased, leatherbound, lettered edition of 52 (325.00) is also available.


    The Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, January 2013, no ISBN, $150.00, 547pp, hc, cover by John Picacio) [Hyperion]
        Reprint (Doubleday Foundation 1990) SF novel. This is a signed, limited edition of 474; a traycased, leatherbound, lettered edition of 52 ($300.00) is also available.


    The Fifth Heart by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, April 2016, no ISBN, $125.00, 504pp, hc) [Sherlock Holmes]
        Reprint (Little, Brown; Sphere 2015) associational Sherlock Holmes mystery novel. Sherlock Holmes and Henry James meet on a bridge, intent on suicide - Holmes because he thinks he may be a fictional character, not a real person. This is a signed, limited, slipcased edition of 500; a lettered, traycased, deluxe edition of 26 ($500.00) is also available.


    Flashback by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, September 2011, no ISBN, $125.00, 523pp, hc, cover by Chris Smart)
        Reprint (Little Brown 2011) near-future thriller. This is a signed, limited edition of 250; a traycased, leatherbound edition of 26 ($300.00) is also available.


    The Guiding Nose of Ulfant Banderoz by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, June 2013, 978-1-59606-541-3, $35.00, 118pp, hc, cover by Tom Kidd)
        Reprint (Subterranean Press 2009 as part of Songs of the Dying Earth: Stories in Honor of Jack Vance) far-future fantasy novella in the style of Jack Vance’s Dying Earth series. Afterword by Simmons. A leatherbound, signed, limited edition of 250 ($75.00) is also available.


    Hyperion by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, January 2012, 978-1-59606-469-0, $125.00, 439pp, hc, cover by John Picacio) [Hyperion]
        Reprint (Doubleday Foundation 1989) SF novel. This is a signed, limited edition of 474; a traycased, leatherbound, lettered edition of 52 ($300.00) is also available.


    Ilium by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, July 2003, 1-931081-88-3, $75.00, 681pp, hc) [Ilium]
        Science fiction novel, a re-telling of The Iliad, and many other things. This is a signed, leatherbound limited edition of 724; a lettered edition of 26 ($500.00) is sold out.



    Lovedeath by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, December 2013, 978-1-59606-548-2, $125.00, 340pp, hc, cover by G. F. Watts)
        Reprint (Warner 1993) collection of five stories. This is a signed, limited edition of 250; a lettered edition ($250.00) is also available.


    Muse of Fire by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, December 2008, 978-1-59606-181-1, $35.00, 105pp, hc, cover by John Picacio)
        Reprint (Eos 2007 as part of The New Space Opera edited by Gardner Dozois & Jonathan Strahan) far-future SF novella about a troupe of players bringing the works of Shakespeare to other worlds and species. A signed limited edition of 250 ($60.00) is also available.


    Olympos by Dan Simmons (Gollancz, June 30, 2005, 0-575-07262-8, £10.99, 690pp, tp, cover by Larry Rostant) [Ilium]
        SF novel. The sequel to Ilium. A hardcover edition (-07261-X, £17.99) was announced but not seen.


    Olympos by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, August 2005, 1-59606-038-7, $75.00, 899pp, hc) [Ilium]
        Reprint (Eos 2005) science fiction novel, sequel to Ilium, a retelling of The Iliad, and many other things. This is a signed, leatherbound limited edition of 724; a traycased, lettered edition of 26 is also available.


    Phases of Gravity by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, November 2011, 978-1-59606-416-4, $25.00, hc, cover by Alan Bean)
        Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1989) mainstream novel with metaphysical f/SF elements. A leatherbound signed, limited edition of 250 is also available.


    The Rise of Endymion by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, April 2016, $150.00, hc, cover by John Picacio) [Hyperion]
        Reprint (Bantam Spectra 1997) SF novel. Limited to 474 signed, numbered, copies. Also available in a leatherbound edition limited to 52 lettered, signed, copies, housed in a custom traycase ($300).
    Details taken from publisher website.


    Summer of Night by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, August 2016, $250.00, 533pp, hc, cover by David Palumbo)
        Reprint (Putnam 1991) horror novel of evil stalking young people in a small town. This includes Simmons’s introduction from the 2011 St. Martin’s edition. Limited to 500 numbered copies, signed by the author, and housed in a slipcase ($250). Also available in a leatherbound edition, limited to 26 lettered copies, signed by the author, and housed in a custom traycase ($750).
    Details taken from publisher’s website.


    The Terror by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, November 2009, 978-1-59606-234-4, $80.00, 659pp, hc, cover by John Picacio)
        Reprint (Little, Brown 2007) horror novel. This is a signed, limited edition of 500; a traycased edition of 26 ($500.00) is also available.


    This Year’s Class Picture by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, March 2016, 978-1-59606-764-6, $20.00, 54pp, hc, cover by David Palumbo)
        Reprint (Ziesing 1992 as part of Still Dead) short story about zombie children and their teacher, winner of the World Fantasy Award, Stoker Award, and the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award. This is a trade hardcover edition. Also available in a leather-bound edition ($50.00), limited to 250 signed numbered copies.


    Worlds Enough and Time by Dan Simmons (Subterranean Press, March 2002, 1-931081-54-9, $40.00, 243pp, hc)
        Collection of five novellas, one original. Simmons provides an overall introduction plus introductions to the individual stories. A signed, limited edition is also available (-55-7, $100.00).
    • 7 · Introduction · Dan Simmons · in
    • 13 · Introduction to “Looking for Kelly Dahl” · Dan Simmons · is
    • 19 · Looking for Kelly Dahl · Dan Simmons · nv High Fantastic ed. Steve Rasnic Tem, Ocean View Books, 1995
    • 65 · Introduction to “Orphans of the Helix” · Dan Simmons · is
    • 71 · Orphans of the Helix [Hyperion] · Dan Simmons · na Far Horizons ed. Robert Silverberg, Avon Eos, 1999
    • 123 · Introduction to “The Ninth of Av” · Dan Simmons · is
    • 129 · The Ninth of Av · Dan Simmons · na
    • 153 · Introduction to “On K2 with Kanakaredes” · Dan Simmons · is
    • 159 · On K2 with Kanakaredes · Dan Simmons · nv Redshift: Extreme Visions of Speculative Fiction ed. Al Sarrantonio, Roc, 2001
    • 203 · Introduction to “The End of Gravity” · Dan Simmons · is
    • 211 · The End of Gravity · Dan Simmons · na







    Dead Names: The Dark History of the Necronomicon by Simon (Subterranean Press, January 10, 2007, 978-1-59606-101-9, $60.00, hc)
        Reprint (Avon 2006) book.
    Details taken from online listing.


    Fourteen for Now: A Collection of Contemporary Stories ed. John Simon (Harper & Row, 1969, LCC:54245, $4.79, xvi+316pp, hc)
        Details supplied by Todd Mason.
    • ix · Introduction for the Young Reader: Books in an Age of Television · John Simon · in 1969
    • 1 · When the Priest Is Not at Home · B. Traven · ss Stories by the Man Nobody Knows by B. Traven, Regency Books, 1961
      previously published in German in the 1930 expanded edition of Traven’s story collection Der Busch as “Der aufgefangene Blitz” (literally, “Captured Lightning”).
    • 19 · A Good Man Is Hard to Find · Flannery O’Connor · ss The Avon Book of Modern Writing ed. William Phillips & Philip Rahv, Avon, 1953
    • 44 · Into the Green Night · Irvin Faust · ss Roar, Lion, Roar & Other Stories by Irvin Faust, Random House, 1964
    • 60 · The Stone Boy · Gina Berriault · ss Mademoiselle June 1957
    • 79 · The Games of Night · Stig Dagerman; translated by Naomi Walford · ss The Games of Night by Stig Dagerman, Bodley Head, 1959
      translated from the Swedish (Nattens Lekar, Norstedts förlag, 1947).
    • 93 · Nazis · Ferenc Sánta; translated by John Simon · ss New Hungarian Review
      translated from the Hungarian (“Kortárs”, May 1960).
    • 103 · Among the Dangs · George P. Elliott · nv Esquire June 1958
    • 119 · The Death of Me · Bernard Malamud · nv World Review April 1951
    • 151 · Murke’s Collected Silences · Heinrich Böll; translated by Leila Vennewitz · nv Esquire November 1959, as “Dr. Murke’s Collection of Silences”
    • 182 · The Hero · Bruce Jay Friedman · ss Cavalier 1966
    • 196 · Ceremonies · Joyce Carol Oates · nv At the North Gate by Joyce Carol Oates, Vanguard, 1963
    • 227 · As I Was Going Up the Stair · Alfred Chester · nv The Sewanee Review 1957
    • 262 · A Stick of Green Candy · Jane Bowles · ss Vogue February 15 1957
    • 277 · The Day Beaumont Became Acquainted with His Pain · J. M. G. Le Clézio; translated by Daphne Woodward · nv Fever by J. M. G. Le Clézio, Hamish Hamilton, 1966
      translated from the French (Mercure de France, 1964.
    • 313 · Biographical Notes · John Simon · bg 1969




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