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    The Demon Angler & One Other by Mervyn Wall (Swan River Press, 2015, 27pp, ph)
        Limited to 125 numbered copies printed in January 2013, but not issued until 2015 when it was given away free with the first 100 copies of The Unfortunate Fursey and The Return of Fursey sold through the publisher’s website.
    Details taken from online listing.


    A Flutter of Wings by Mervyn Wall (Swan River Press, August 2017, 978-1-78380-017-9, €35.00, ix+222pp, hc, cover by Clare Brennan)
        Collection of stories that span Mervyn Wall’s entire writing career, dating back as far as the 1940s. This is expanded from the original collection (The Talbot Press, 1974) by the addition of the uncollected Jamesian fragment “Extract from an Abandoned Novel”, and Wall’s early play, “Alarm Among the Clerks”.


    Leaves for the Burning by Mervyn Wall (Swan River Press, September 2020, 978-1-78380-034-6, €40.00, xiii+245pp, hc, cover by Niall McCormack)
        Reprint (Methuen 1952) novel set in a small town in the Irish midlands. Limited to 350 copies.
    Details taken from publisher website.


    The Return of Fursey by Mervyn Wall (Swan River Press, March 2015, 978-1-78380-006-3, €32.50, xiv+243pp, hc, cover by Meggan Kehrli) [Fursey]
        Reprint (Pilot Press 1948) fantasy novel following the continued exploits of that reluctant sorcerer Fursey, now a middling grocer in the realm of King Ethelwulf. Limited to 300 copies, of which the first 100 are numbered.
    Details taken from online listing.


    The Unfortunate Fursey by Mervyn Wall (Swan River Press, March 2015, 978-1-78380-005-6, €32.50, xviii+251pp, hc, cover by Jesse Campbell-Brown) [Fursey]
        Reprint (Pilot Press 1946) fantasy novel following the exploits of Brother Fursey, and a fantastic procession of cacodemons, hippogriffs, imps, furies, and other dreadful creatures. Limited to 300 copies, of which the first 100 are numbered.
    Details taken from online listing.



















    Japanese Dreams: Fantasies, Fictions & Fairytales ed. Sean Wallace (Lethe Press, August 31, 2009, 978-1-59021-224-0, $15.00, 184pp, tp, cover by Stephen Segal)
        Original anthology of 12 stories. Introduction by Catherynne Valente. Authors include Jay Lake, Ken Scholes, and Ekaterina Sedia.
    Details taken from online listing.


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