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    Refinerytown by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, 2003, $15.00, 32pp, ph)
        Reprint (Triskell Press 2002) novelette with an introduction by Nina Kiriki Hoffman. Limited to 750 signed numbered chapbooks, and 100 signed numbered hardcovers ($75).



    The Road to Lisdoonvarna by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, March 2001, 1-892284-91-X, $40.00, 190pp, hc, cover by David Mack)
        Associational mystery about Ottawa PI Jevon “Jake” Swann. De Lint’s introduction discusses writing and rewriting the novel. A signed, limited edition of 2000.


    Seven Wild Sisters by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, March 2002, 1-931081-33-6, $35.00, 152pp, hc, cover by Charles Vess) [Seven Wild Sisters]
        Fantasy novella about seven sisters growing up in backwoods hill country. Illustrated by Charles Vess. This is edition is signed by both de Lint and Vess.



    Triskell Tales 2 by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, May 2006, 1-59606-055-7, $40.00, 178pp, hc, cover by Charles de Lint)
        Original collection of seven stories (one a collaboration with MaryAnn Harris) originally published by de Lint’s Triskell Press as chapbooks for private distribution. A signed, slipcased limited edition of 250 ($125.00) and a traycased lettered edition of 52 ($250.00) are also available.


    What the Mouse Found and Other Stories by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, May 2008, 978-1-59606-159-0, $20.00, 64pp, hc, cover by Charles de Lint)
        Collection of six children’s stories, two original, with photos of the toys the stories were originally written to accompany. This is a signed edition of 2,000; a leatherbound edition of 400 signed copies ($45.00) with added original story “The Songs of Timothy Tomtit” is also available.


    Wolf Moon by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, July 2002, 1-931081-65-4, $40.00, 175pp, hc)
        Reprint (Signet 1988) dark fantasy novel about a persecuted werewolf. This is a signed, limited edition of 1000.



    Yellow Dog by Charles de Lint (Subterranean Press, May 2008, 978-1-59606-193-4, $18.00, 46pp, ph)
        Chapbook fantasy novelette set in the American Southwest. This is a signed, limited edition of 750; a hardcover, lettered edition of 100 ($75.00) is also available.




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