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    The Burning Girls by C. J. Tudor (Subterranean Press, September 2021, $80.00, 408pp, hc, cover by Jeffrey Alan Love)
        Reprint (Michael Joseph 2021) SF novel. Limited to 300 signed, numbered, copies. Also available in a traycased edition, limited to 26 lettered, signed, copies ($300.00).
    Details taken from publisher website.


    The Chalk Man by C. J. Tudor (Subterranean Press, April 2019, $80.00, 328pp, hc, cover by David Palumbo)
        Reprint (Crown 2018) thriller novel. Limited to 300 signed, numbered, copies. Also available in a traycased edition, limited to 26 lettered, signed, copies ($250.00).
    Details taken from publisher website.


    The Hiding Place by C. J. Tudor (Subterranean Press, August 2019, $80.00, 152pp, hc, cover by François Vaillancourt)
        Reprint (Crown 2019) novel. This edition features an original introduction by the author, as well as an alternate ending. Limited to 300 signed, numbered, copies. Also available in a traycased edition ($80.00), limited to 26 lettered, signed, copies.
    Details taken from publisher website.


    The Other People by C. J. Tudor (Subterranean Press, October 2020, $80.00, hc, cover by François Vaillancourt)
        Reprint (Michael Joseph 2020) SF novel. Limited to 300 signed, numbered, copies. Also available in a traycased edition, limited to 26 lettered, signed, copies ($320.00).
    Details taken from publisher website.







    Novacon 26 Programme Book ed. Martin Tudor (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, November 1996, no ISBN, 50pp, ph)
        Programme book for Novacon 26, featuring David Gemmell as Guest of Honour. Only partial contents listed.


    Novacon 29 Programme Book ed. Martin Tudor (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, November 1999, no ISBN, 50pp, ph)
        Programme book for Novacon 29, featuring Ian Stewart as Guest of Honour. Only partial contents listed.


    Novacon 31 Programme Book ed. Martin Tudor (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, November 2001, no ISBN, 39pp, ph)
        Programme book for Novacon 31, featuring Gwyneth Jones as Guest of Honour. Only partial contents listed.


    Novacon 31 Progress Report #1 ed. Martin Tudor (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, March 2001, no ISBN, 32pp, ph)
    • 4 · Gwyneth Jones · Dave Hicks · ar [Ref. Gwyneth Jones]
    • 5 · Kairos: The Enchanted Loom · Gwyneth Jones · ar
      the original version of this paper was read at the University of Oulu, Finland, October 30th, 1997.



    Novacon 31 Progress Report #3 ed. Martin Tudor (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, September 2001, no ISBN, 32pp, ph)
    • 18 · Aliens in the Fourth Dimension: When Two Worlds Collide · Gwyneth Jones · ar Deconstructing the Starships ed. Gwyneth Jones, Liverpool University Press, 1999
      originally read at University of Liverpool, July 1996.





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