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    Perdido: A Fragment by Peter Straub (Subterranean Press, May 31, 2015, 978-1-59606-680-9, $20.00, 72pp, hc, nv, cover by Michael Fusco)
        Also available in a signed, limited edition ($45.00) of 400 numbered copies.
    Details taken from online listing.


    Peter and PTR: Two Deleted Prefaces and an Introduction by Peter Straub (Subterranean Press, 1999, $10.00, 31pp, ph, nf)
        Limited to 250 numbered copies signed by the author.
    Details taken from online listing.


    The Process (Is a Process All Its Own) by Peter Straub (Subterranean Press, July 31, 2017, 978-1-59606-835-3, $40.00, 96pp, hc, na) [Tillman Hayward]
        Limited to 750 numbered copies, signed by the author.
    Details taken from publisher’s website.



    The Skylark by Peter Straub (Subterranean Press, March 2010, 978-1-59606-271-9, $50.00, 549pp, hc, n., cover by Susan Bee)
        Horror novel; this is an earlier, longer version (by 200pp in manuscript) of the book published as A Dark Matter by Doubleday in the US and Orion in the UK. This is a signed, limited edition of 500; a traycased lettered edition of 26 ($250.00) is also available.












    Equoid by Charles Stross (Subterranean Press, July 2014, 978-1-59606-664-9, $35.00, 109pp, hc, na, cover by Steve Moniglio) [The Laundry]
        Reprint (Tor.com 2013) Lovecraftian fantasy novella in the Laundry series. This is the first print edition. A leatherbound, signed, limited edition of 350 is also available.


    Japan 2007 by Charles Stross (Birmingham Science Fiction Group, November 2007, 10pp, ph, nf) [Novacon Booklets]
        Original article issued in a limited edition of 250 numbered copies, to coincide with Stross’s Guest of Honour appearance at Novacon 37.


    Missile Gap by Charles Stross (Subterranean Press, January 2007, 978-1-59606-058-6, $35.00, 99pp, hc, na, cover by J. K. Potter)
        SF novella, originally published in anthology One Million Years AD, of a 1976 in which the Earth has been flat since the Cuban war in 1962. Illustrated by J.K. Potter. This is an unsigned second printing, but was not seen previously; the signed edition of 1,000 is sold out, but a traycased, lettered edition of 26 ($150.00) is still available.


    Palimpsest by Charles Stross (Subterranean Press, October 2011, 978-1-59606-421-8, $35.00, 131pp, hc, na)
        Reprint (Ace 2009 as part of Wireless) Hugo Award-winning SF novella about a secret organizations, the Stasis, that uses the Timegate to preserve humanity from extinction. Illustrated by J.K. Potter. This is a signed, limited edition of 1,000.








    The Uncanny Gastronomic: Strange Tales of the Edible Weird ed. Zara-Louise Stubbs (The British Library, July 23, 2023, 978-0-7123-5428-8, £9.99, 288pp, tp, an, cover by Sandra Gómez) [British Library Tales of the Weird]
        Details supplied by Mike Ashley.
    • 9 · An Aperitif · Zara-Louise Stubbs · in
    • 23 · An Appetizer: Human Horror
    • 25 · The Laboratory · Robert Browning · pm Hood’s Magazine and Comic Miscellany June 1844
    • 31 · The Measure of My Powers · M. F. K. Fisher · ex from The Gastronomical Me, Duell, Sloane, Pearce, 1943
    • 39 · A Fasting-Artist · Franz Kafka; translated by J. A. Underwood · ss Franz Kafka: Stories 1904-1924 by Franz Kafka, tr. J. A. Underwood, Macdonald, 1981
      translated from the German.
    • 53 · Like Mother Used to Make · Shirley Jackson · ss The Lottery by Shirley Jackson, Farrar Strauss, 1949
    • 68 · A Main Course: Supernatural Appetites
    • 69 · Goblin Market · Christina Rossetti · pm The Goblin Market and Other Poems by Christina Rossetti, 1862
    • 91 · The Vampire Maid · Hume Nisbet · ss Stories Weird and Wonderful by Hume Nisbet, F.V. White, 1900
    • 101 · Gabriel-Ernest · Saki · ss The Westminster Gazette May 29 1909
    • 111 · To Serve Man · Damon Knight · ss Galaxy Science Fiction November 1950
    • 123 · The Company of Wolves · Angela Carter · ss Bananas #7, Spring 1977
    • 139 · #54 · Jim Crace · vi The New Yorker May 7 2001, as “Wild Fungi”
    • 143 · A Palate Cleanser
    • 145 · The Watering Place · Virginia Woolf · ss The Complete Shorter Fiction of Virginia Woolf by Virginia Woolf, Chatto, 1985
    • 149 · Dessert: A Taste for Human Flesh
    • 151 · Cannibalism in the Cars · Mark Twain · ss The Broadway November 1868
    • 165 · The Price of Wiggins’s Orgy · Algernon Blackwood · ss The Lost Valley and Other Stories by Algernon Blackwood, Nash, 1910
    • 191 · A Madman’s Diary · Lu Xun; translated by Xianyi Yang & Gladys Yang · ss The New-Year Sacrifice and Other Stories by Lu Xun, tr. Yang Xianyi & Gladys Yang, The Chinese University Press, 2002
    • 207 · Pig · Roald Dahl · ss Kiss, Kiss by Roald Dahl, Knopf, 1960
    • 235 · A Digestif: On Human Love
    • 237 · Berenice · Edgar Allan Poe · ss Southern Literary Messenger March 1835
    • 249 · Witches’ Loaves · O. Henry · ss The Argosy March 1904, as by Sydney Porter
    • 257 · Lovers · Silvina Ocampo; translated by Daniel Balderston · ss Thus Were Their Faces by Silvina Ocampo, tr. Daniel Balderston, New York Review Books, 2015
      translated from the Spanish (Las Invatadas, 1961).
    • 263 · Under the Jaguar Sun · Italo Calvino; translated by William Weaver · nv Under the Jaguar Sun by Italo Calvino, tr. William Weaver, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1988
      translated from the Italian (“Sapore sapere”, FMR, Summer 1982).
    • 287 · A Note on the Illustrations · [uncredited] · ms


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