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Sharon <tdsewilliams@earthlink.net>
Indiana USA - Monday, February 4 2002 11:3:47

LOOKING FOR INFORMATION: I have a framed copy of the "Night of Black Glass" broadside signed by Mr. Ellison. It is #247 of a limited edition written and printed to benefit the Clarion Writers Workshop in 1981. Hard times may require that I sell this prized possession, but I am unable to find any additional information in order to judge its current value. Is there another HE fan out there who could give me a fair idea of what I should ask, if I am, indeed, forced to sell? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


Jay Smith <zebrapix@hotmail.com>
- Tuesday, January 15 2002 23:21:37

Wanted: Life-Size comic props, need not be major brand name, but must be quality items...

Looking for:

Captain America's Shield
Green Lantern's Ring
Wonder Woman's Tiara/Bracelets

etc.

respond to this email.


Nadia <sf@permonline.ru>
- Saturday, December 8 2001 4:20:4

Hi! I have several HE books in Russian for exchange. I would would like to find the following books/works: Samuel R. Delany “The Jewel-Hunged Jaw: Notes on the Languages of Science Fiction”, Myra Edwards Barnes “Linguistics and Language in Science Fiction, Walter E. Meyers “Aliens and Linguistics: Language Study and Science Fiction.
Please, help me.
Best, Nadia.


Shane Shellenbarger <sslls@qwest.net>
Phoenix, AZ US of A - Friday, November 16 2001 7:48:19

On September 13th, 1997 Harlan appeared on "West Coast Live with Sedge Thompson", KQED (National Public Radio) in San Francisco. The show was taped on this date. I'll make it worth the while of anyone who can get me a tape of this program. Also, in mid to late September, 1997 H.E. appeared on "Between The Lines" a PBS program that airs in S.F., Philadelphia, and Chicago. I'd prefer a video tape, but I'll settle for an audio tape. Can anyone help? Thanks, Shane


Scott <punkviper@yahoo.com>
Pittsburgh, PA USA - Thursday, November 8 2001 20:10:11

I currently have up for bids on eBay the complete run of Harlan Ellison paperbacks published by Ace in the early 80's. Please check them out, as it is a great opportunity to obtain them all in one auction. Good luck to all, and feel free to email with any questions. The eBay auction is number 1483833999.



Ian Williams <ian_williams41@lineone.net>
London, England - Saturday, November 3 2001 14:46:48

I would like to get a copy of Strange Wine in fairly good nick. I have given up hope of it ever being reprinted in my lifetime. I've waited two decades and it ain't going to happen.As a teenager in the 70s, I bought a copy of the paperback and it eventually fell to bits after the spine broke.


James J.J. Wilson <carriejim@earthlink.net>
Chicago, Illinois USA - Wednesday, October 24 2001 15:44:59

I've been collecting Ellisonia for going on three decades now, and have quite a few duplicates I'm willing to trade for Ellison items I need. Most items I have for trade are magazine appearances, comics, and some paperbacks (and a few hardcovers). I'm looking for other early/rare magazine appearences and a few early paperbacks/hardcovers, such as an early ed. of Gentleman Junkie. Please contact me if you have any items for trade.


Tom haddidan <tom_haddidan@163.com>
freemont, Califonia U.S. - Saturday, October 13 2001 2:8:7

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Jim Lucas <jlucas89@home.com>
Lebanon, IN United States - Saturday, August 11 2001 22:44:41

I have one copy of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction March 1973. The cover story is "The Deathbird". The cover has some wear and the pages are not white,but you can read the stories(which is really what it's about isn't it). Make me a decent offer and it's yours.


jeff campbell <laboto@hotmail.com>
- Monday, July 9 2001 0:19:18

I have all manner of Ellison appearances on TV and want more. I am willing to trade what I have for what you have. If interested please respond. I have many SciFi Buzz episodes; Tom Snyder; Psi Factor; and Politically Incorrect.


Barry Levin <brl@raresf.com>
- Tuesday, July 3 2001 16:46:6

(posted for Mr. Levin at Harlan's request)
SHADOW'S REAL NAME REVEALED

Gaiman, Neil. AMERICAN GODS. William Morrow An Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, [New York]. [2001]. Proof for first edition. Presentation copy, inscribed on half-title page to Harlan Ellison: "For Harlan Ellison, International Man of Mystery, on the occasion of his 67th birthday (My G-D!)-inspiration, nudge, and friend. I promised I'd tell you something no one else knows, so here you go: Shadow's real name is _____ _____. I'm in Argentina, with no voice at all . . . But if I could speak I'd probably ring you up and sing Happy Birthday . . . [Signed] Neil Gaiman / 27th May 2001.

Gaiman has also drawn a small portrait of Shadow on the same page. WITH laid-in postcard to Susan [Ellison] from Gaiman which reads, "Dear Susan-Please surprise Harlan with this . . . Lots of love [Signed] Neil Gaiman. Fine.
Only the author, Harlan Ellison, and I know Shadow's read name.-So can you for . . . $600.00

Barry R. Levin Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, A.B.A.A.
720 Santa Monica Blvd.
Santa Monica CA 90401-2602
U.S.A.
Phone: 310-458-6111
Fax: 310-899-9404
E: brl@raresf.com
Web: www.raresf.com


Steve Brown <brown@khl-america.com>
Milwaukee, WI United States - Friday, June 22 2001 13:50:2

I'm looking for a copy of Sex Gang by Paul Merchant published by Nightstand in the third edition. I believe it was published in the 1970s. Only seeking a copy in excellent condition.

Steve Brown.


Greg Hurd <hurdg@alpena.cc.mi.us>
- Tuesday, October 17 2000 23:9:46

Just a quick heads up about Barney Dannelke . The guy is a straight up fan of HE and it would do all of us a bit of good to have the same attitude.


John <Johnmcmurt@aol.com>
Baltimore, MD USA - Wednesday, September 20 2000 11:40:53

Value or Find Harlan Ellison Items for Sale. Price guide, http://www.antiquecast.com , allows searches of recent auction results. Auction search lists sale items at several auction sites. Pictures are often available. Concise searches are best with the 3 most characteristic terms. For ready reference this site is worth bookmarking.


Micheal Head <michealhead@hotmail.com>
Oshawa, Ontario Canada - Wednesday, September 20 2000 10:9:2

A quick missive to the assembled, and to the partially assembled.
(Those of you who are in need of batteries are on your own!)
The 25th Anniversary of Deathbird Stories WILL NOT be released on Oct. 1st, as previously announced. The release date has been pushed back to Feb. 1st/2001.
Please don't flame the messenger
L8r, all! Mike


Ted Wetzel <sector_2814@yahoo.com>
- Tuesday, September 12 2000 8:48:57

Looking for Harlan's review for Tim Burton's original Batman movie, and his (unedited) essay on Batman Returns. His Batman review appeared in the October 1989 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and I believe that his Batman Returns essay was printed in Reflex #26 from July 1992. If you have either of these magazines, and are interested in selling them, please contact me. (note: I reposted this ad because I gave the wrong email address below)


Ted Wetzel <sector2814@yahoo.com>
- Monday, September 11 2000 10:46:35

Looking for Harlan's review for Tim Burton's original Batman movie, and his (unedited) essay on Batman Returns. His Batman review appeared in the October 1989 issue of The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and I believe that his Batman Returns essay was printed in Reflex #26 from July 1992. If you have either of these magazines, and are interested in selling them, please contact me.


Craig Tiren <cwtiren@juno.com>
Baltimore, Maryland USA - Friday, September 8 2000 9:48:51

Check out my Ellison titles for sale on the HALF.com website. Over 20 paperbacks (mostly ACE editions circa 1983 with Shaw covers) afew other editions as well. Seller ID = cwtiren.

Thank you.


Sean Erik Ponce <seanerik@pacbell.net>
Just south of beautiful San Diego, CA...is there any other state? (Don't answer.) USA - Saturday, July 29 2000 0:10:26

Did anyone record all of Harlan's sci-fi buzz shows? At one time I had taped 5 or 6 of them but my daughter inadvertantly recorded a program on our vcr over the Harlan footage.
If anyone has a copy of his segments, please let me know.

Any rabbit holes would also be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Sean


Micheal Head <mike.head@sympatico.ca>
Oshawa, Ontario Canada - Monday, July 24 2000 14:20:41

Am looking for any Ellison hardcovers, prior to Shatterday (1979). Will dicusss price, but must have proof. Would really
like copies of Alone Against Tommorow, Approaching Obliviion, and
I Have No Mouth... I DO NOT WANT BOOK CLUB EDITIONS!


Elise Engelhardt <riolent@iname.com>
San Jose, CA USA - Wednesday, July 19 2000 21:41:0

Dear Janice,
I just saw your request for a book when I was looking over the Ellison Webderland page. Just yesterday I was talking to a bookseller friend of mine and recommended a book-finding homepage called BIBLIOFIND.COM so I decided to try to find your book on it as a test. It apparently searches databases provided by booksellers all around. So I typed in Nightshades and Damnations, but nothing. Then I typed in Gerald Kirsch, but nothing again. So as a last resort I typed the story title you mentioned, "Whatever Happened to Corporal Cuckoo?" and BINGO! No, the Nightshades book didn't appear, but I did find another book with that story. One bookseller is offering it for $29.95 and another for $7.50. And I noticed you were spelling Kersch's name wrong, so maybe that was the trouble with Amazon.


Susan Ruone <sruona@hotmail.com>
Glendive, MT USA - Wednesday, July 12 2000 15:1:47

The free Rabbit Holes have been claimed. Thanks for all the replies.


Susan Ruone <sruona@hotmail.com>
Glendive, MT USA - Tuesday, July 11 2000 2:44:56

For Sale: Two hardcover HE books in good condition with plastic covered dustjackets. $5 each book plus S&H

The Essential Ellison
Slippage

Also for sale: Paladin of the Lost Hour CD, no scratches, case and all in good condition. $3 plus S&H

Finally, free to good home: Rabbit Holes 2-4,6-22,24. You pay S&H. First come first served.


JD Willix <jdwillix@mindspring.com>
- Friday, July 7 2000 22:7:36


I am looking for the Father Tom Vaughn LP "Joyful Jazz." It is an out of print Concord album which has not been reissued on CD. It has a version of "Battle Hymm of the Repblic" that is a total gas. I would like to have played as the recessional at my funeral. I don't plan to die for awhile, but then one never knows but what that day might come sooner than anticipated.


Stuart Hughes <stuart.hughes@mcmail.com>
London, London England - Monday, May 29 2000 16:30:39

The cover art for the UK paperback version of 'The Beast That Shouted Love At The Heart Of The World' which I painted back in about 1976ish is STILL available...I'd like it to go to a good home rather than sit in my pile of paintings.....I reckon $150 plus the cost of shipping...which will probably take it up to about $200....hey I'm nearly GIVING it away! But I'm that sort of guy!!!


Shane Shellenbarger <sslls@uswest.net>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Friday, May 26 2000 14:24:45

I am trying to locate someone who has an audio tape of Harlan's appearance on KGO 810 AM radio, on the Shann Nix show, taped or aired around 09/03/97. If anyone can help me with this I'll make it worth your while.

Thanks,
Shane


Hal <marston@sprintmail.com>
Orlando, Florida USA - Thursday, May 11 2000 8:23:8

Does anyone have the words to the video/speech that Sheridan of Babylon 5 fame made to his unborn child?


Matt Wilkins <mew@mr.net>
Los Angeles, CA USA - Wednesday, April 26 2000 16:40:55

I am looking for anyone who might have extra ticekts to the LA Times Festival of Books on April 30th...Harlan Ellison is scheduled to give a lecture at UCLA and the tickets were free. Unfortunately, I missed the opportunity to get tickets (by 2 measly hours!). Anybody have extras?


Janice Mastin-Kamps <janmk@apk.net>
Medina, OH USA - Wednesday, April 5 2000 19:31:9

I would like very much to buy a copy of Gerald Kirsch's Nightshades and Damnations. It seems to have disappeared from the face of the earth-- Amazon.com doesn't even pull it up in their out-of-print search. There's a great fable in it called (I think) "Whatever Happened to Corporal Cuckoo?" I was describing this story to one of my students and realized I hadn't seen my own copy of this book in a long time-- probably on permanent loan somewhere. I would like to replace it, of course!

Please e-mail me with price, etc.

Thank you,

Janice Mastin-Kamps


Mike Smith <massmith@earthlink.net>
Culver, Calif. USofA - Wednesday, March 15 2000 14:40:43

Hello, all-
I live in the Los Angeles area, where BEYOND 2000 is, as far as I can tell, unavailable. Can anyone help me acquire copies of a few of these? There are four that I would like to hear. Actually, I'd like to hear all of them, but I would not ask anyone to tape the whole series.
Also, I was unable to locate a copy of the 600th AMAZING STORIES. Did anyone pick up an extra for sale?
Lastly, I have a copy of the, "I have no mouth..." cd game, and I cannot get the sound to work. Anyone else have that problem? I have tried to locate CYBERDREAMS, but they do not seem to exist anymore.
Thanx, Mike


Tom Clegg <galactus_twc@yahoo.com>
Ann Arbor, MI USA - Saturday, February 05, 2000 at 14:02:37 (CST)

If anyone is looking for the PC game of "I Have No Mouth And I Must Scream", I have listed one on Ebay. It even has the way cool 3-D mouse pad included. Go to this link to check it out.

Thanks!

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=251974963


Rogann Doering <rnr98@hotmail.com>
Chillicothe, IL US - Saturday, January 22, 2000 at 17:19:17 (CST)

I'm looking for the section in "The Glass Teat", about "Our Little Miss Pageants". As a child, was involved (not by my own free will), and am writing about my experiences. Would love Harlan's opinion on the matter. Can't find the book anywhere, and probably couldn't afford it anyway. Just need that part. Thanks so much, e-mail me please at rnr98@hotmail.com


Angelo Resciniti <resciniti@mindspring.com>
Seffner, Florida - Saturday, January 08, 2000 at 22:03:39 (CST)

Ellison fans in Florida might want to check out the 4th annual Vintage Paperback and Pulp Show at Armwood High School in Seffner on January 14th and 15th. A lot of early Ellisonia will be available, including the Powell Memos from Purgatory and the second Pyramid printing of Rumble. E-mail with questions, if you like. Peace.


G. Graven <GEhenna777@aol.com>
na, na USA - Tuesday, January 04, 2000 at 12:32:54 (CST)

Professional Screenwriter Wanted

Qualifications:
1) Minimum 5 years scriptwriting exp.
2) Appropriate educational background.
3) Ability to create top notch screenplay from manuscript format.
4) At least one feature length (60 min. >) screenplay converted to film. OPM.
5) Can work over Internet/not dependant on 'snail mail'.
6) No need to reply if you "can squeeze it in your schedule". Error-free quality work expected.
7) Reasonable Rates.

Job:
Conversion of novel length manuscript into 'high quality' screenplay.
The job is pay-as-you-go. If the work is professional (producer-friendly)
then, for every chapter converted, payment is made and next chapter sent. Compensation
based solely on scripting services rendered. FYI: genre is horror fiction - Middle Ages, (150k wrds).
If interested, please Email: GEhenna777@aol.com with stats and script samples... let's talk ;)


Barney Dannelke <dannelke01@enter.net>
Allentown, , PA. USA - Sunday, November 21, 1999 at 12:36:16 (CST)

In addition to the general shout-out for Ellison material you will find below Shane's request [whom I have not forgotten about re; videotapes] I am also looking for tapes specifically made at the 1978 Iguanacon which was the 36th annual Worldcon [8/30 -9/4]. Specifically there was a company called "Cassette Communications Corporation" which taped all of the panels. Needless to say, after 21 years they have moved on. Go figure.
The panels I am looking for are;
1.]"Burning the Phoenix: Remarks Dark and Light"
Ellison A-13 [2 tape set]
2.]"Harlan Ellison interviewed by Gay Miller"
Ellison A-14
3.]"Advocacy and Message in SF: A Dialog/ Q&A"
Ellison B-13
4.]"Harlan Ellison Roast"
Ellison C-2 [2 or 3 tape set]
5.]"Hugo Presentations"
Ellison C-4 [2 tape set]
6.]"Fans Into Pros: the Futurians and Others"
James White, Terry Carr, Robert Silverberg, Harlan Ellison.
Ellison D-4
See my requests below for further information. Thanks,
Barney Dannelke
319 North 8th Street
Allentown, PA. 18102
[610] 437-2094


Shane Shellenbarger <sslls@uswest.net>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Thursday, November 18, 1999 at 20:36:12 (CST)

On September 13th, 1997, Harlan was scheduled to appear on West Coast Live with Sedge Thompson, KQED (National Public Radio) in San Francisco. The show was being taped on that date. I'll make it worth the while of anyone who can get me a tape of this program. Also, in mid to late September 1997, H.E. was scheduled to appear on "Between The Lines" a PBS program that airs in S.F., Philadelphia, and Chicago. I'd prefer a video tape, but I'll settle for an audio tape. Can anyone help? Thanks, Shane


Barney Danelke <dannelke01@enter.net>
- Thursday, November 18, 1999 at 12:47:49 (CST)

Hello folks,

As a sort of lifetime exercise in masochism I am working on a biography of Harlan Ellison.

This is not an authorized biography but I have known Harlan since 1977 and he has grown tolerant of this enterprise. He sends me tapes and sort of hints at where I may encounter problems and we get along fine.

At any rate, this has forced me to become sort of an Ellison collector. Toward that end I am always looking for the following:

1.] Letters by Harlan or citations to obscure publications that have published Harlan’s letters.

2.] Fanzines or prozines that have articles or stories by or about Harlan. Particularly from the 1950’s, although I know there were plenty of fan press items about Harlan that were not cited in the Swigart bibliography from the 1960’s and 1970’s, so these would be equally welcome. Other examples of gaps would be SFWA bulletins and articles published in SF Chronicle, SF Review, Thrust, CBG etc. Also, early LOCUS.

3.] Convention booklets. This is both to establish a chronology of appearances and to help me get in touch with con committee members.

4.] Audio or Video tapes of local appearances of Harlan.

5.] Any unpublished photos of Harlan or originals where rights can be obtained.

6.] Any story or anecdotes about Harlan from any verifiable source.

7.] Spanish, Russian, Polish, Greek, or Japanese editions of his work.

8.] Regency paperbacks out of Evanston Ill. from the 1960’s.

9.] Ohio State University Sundials from the Early 1950’s.

In addition to a biography, I am also helping Tim Richmond with a comprehensive bibliography of Harlan Ellison which is slated to be published sometime in 2000. Toward that end, if you have, or know anybody who has any of the above material, and they are not willing to part with the original, please have them consider parting with a photocopy, or dub, or scan, for reference and citation purposes.

While I can and will pay cash for any items I need to further these two projects I imagine I will frequently be dealing with other Ellison collectors. Many of you I already know.

Let’s work something out.
You have tapes? I have tapes you don’t have.
Fanzines - ditto. You see how it is.

Any help with either of these two projects will be appreciated AND acknowledged. New information will be cited, either in Tim’s book or, eventually, in mine. If you don’t have any material like this now, but travel in these circles, please hang on to this letter/e-mail. My project is long term and Tim still has a few months. If you know somebody who has this sort of information, please feel free to pass this letter along to them along with my address and phone information.
I think that’s it for now. Thanks for your time.

Regards and best wishes,

Barney Dannelke

319 North 8th Street
Allentown, PA. 18102
[610] 437-2094

e-mail / dannelke01@enter.net


William Ellis <evidence22193@hotmail.com>
Dale City, Virginia USA - Monday, November 15, 1999 at 23:50:14 (CST)

I'm looking for a copy of the video game "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream." I can't find it anydamnwhere and it's driving me nuts!


Kevin Hlousek <KevinHlousek@chicago.avenew.com>
- Tuesday, November 09, 1999 at 22:25:05 (CST)

Seeking a copy of the record "On the Road With Ellison, Vol. 1". Thanks in advance for any info, and a batch of my home-made white bean chicken chili to the person who helps me obtain it.


Kristen Turner <khrystian@yahoo.com>
Greensboro, NC USA - Tuesday, November 02, 1999 at 06:52:59 (CST)

Does anyone know where a copy of Strange Wine can be found? I've been looking for it for years, and I'm starting to think it doesn't really exist :-)


Steve Nasalwand <steveed@seanet.com>
Seattle, WA USA - Wednesday, October 27, 1999 at 21:58:32 (CDT)

Looking for hardcover good condition copies of Dangerous Visions and Again Dangerous Visions...last girlfriend stole them, the minx.


Heather Brown-Young <hyoung23@hotmail.com>
Portland, Oregon USA - Tuesday, October 19, 1999 at 06:50:28 (CDT)

I have been looking for Edgeworks 5. Does anyone know where I can get a hold of it? I have checked bookstores, Amazon.com (eek!), and many other resources. All of them know it's around but none of them seem to be able to get a copy.


John Marcotte <nerdjohn@yahoo.com>
Sacramento, CA USA - Saturday, October 02, 1999 at 02:48:23 (CDT)

I have a hardcover copy of Approaching Oblivion I am auctioning off over on Yahoo! It is a book-club edition with no dustjacket. So it's probably a reader copy. But it is a hardback. Looks nice on the shelf.

I am asking $3 for it (of course I hope that an unexplainable mania overcomes you and you offer me much more) but I'd be okay with the $3.

The auction is at:

http://auctions.yahoo.com/user/nerdjohn?

I'm also selling other stuff that you probably don't want.

Thanks for your time.

John Marcotte


Tami Neilson <tjneilson@home.com>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Friday, September 10, 1999 at 21:10:37 (CDT)

FYI: The aforementioned Jokes Without Punchlines was auctioned for $81.03 on Sept. 11/99. This copy was not signed by the author.


Tami Neilson <tjneilson@home.com>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 11:34:05 (CDT)

Just to let everyone know: Jokes Without Punchlines is being offered on Ebay. Currently the bidding is at 70.00US. The address link is:
http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=157536307

Happy Bidding!

Please note: This is NOT my copy.



Tami Neilson <tjneilson@home.com>
Calgary, Alberta Canada - Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 10:54:47 (CDT)

I have a copy of Jokes Without Punchlines available and I'm curious to know what people have heard this book going for. This copy is immaculate and signed on the backcover by HE. Please email me if you have any information to share :) Thanks :)


Greg Hurd <hurdg@alpena.cc.mi.us>
Alpena, MI USA - Thursday, September 09, 1999 at 05:20:54 (CDT)

Looking for either of the 2 Harlan Ellison cards from the Babylon 5 set (there's one in series 1 + one in #2). Don't get goofy, these have a value of 25¢, I just don't have a local outlet. Also looking for the much rarer ones fron the Dangerous Visions (+ other?) bookstores. While I'm at it howzabout a FOE (Friends of Ellison) button too?? + any "sell" lists (books, magazines, vdeo, etc.)




Brian Schweitzer <brianfreud@netzero.net>
Baltimore, MD 21218 - Sunday, September 05, 1999 at 23:35:53 (CDT)

I have a signed 2nd ed Ace pb I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream from 1983, in mint condition. As it is my second signed copy of this book, I'd like to trade it for any other signed HE books (except The Beast... which I also have).


Rob Crawford <rac@pinecrest.edu>
Fort Lauderdale, FL USA - Friday, September 03, 1999 at 12:25:19 (CDT)

Desperately looking for a VHS copy of the New Twilight Zone epdisode made from "Shatterday" starring Bruce Willis. Can anyone help? Thanks!!!


Doug Lane <finder1313@aol.com>
Centreville, VA - Friday, August 27, 1999 at 21:22:29 (CDT)

Circumstance has forced me to sell some Ellison books from my collection:

--"City on the Edge of Forever" - Borderlands Press, 1995; signed/limited edition hardcover in slipcase, #968 of 1000, as new, very nice book, at cost, $75

--"No Doors, No Windows" - Borderlands Press, 1991; first book in the defunct uniform series; signed/limited edition hardcover in slipcase. #526 of 1000, as new, $55

--"Medea: Harlan's World" - Bantam Books, 1985; advanced uncorrected proof in blue-gray wraps; spine is faded, there's a 1/8 inch tear on the lower front cover at the spine. Signed by Ellison on the title page; includes original cover slick; the slick came to me folded in half, has a few of mild creases and light edge wear, but is still bright and glossy. $28

E-mail me if interested.


M Smith <massmith@earthlink.net>
- Tuesday, February 23, 1999 at 10:47:53 (CST)

Hi, All-

So I taped, "Psi Factor" on 2/22/99, hoping this would be the one that Mr. Ellison was on, and it was a different show. Did it air already, and I missed it? Or what? Does anyone know? I would like to get a copy from someone, if that is possible.

Thanks,
M Smith


Laurent Gurewitch <laurentyvan@hotmail.com>
manchester, New York, 14504 USA - Saturday, February 06, 1999 at 19:17:05 (CST)

July 1977 Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction Harlan Ellison Issue. Very Fine condition with wonderful Kelly Freas cover. 3 short stories and whimsy by Ellison and an appreciation of Harlan
by Robert Silverberg comprise the first 80 pages. A wonderful compliment to any decent Ellison collection. Serious offers will be warmly received.


Leslie Kay Swigart <lswigart@csulb.edu>
Long Beach, CA USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 18:07:37 (CST)

WANTED: VHS copy of Harlan Ellison's appearance on the January 15th, 1998 The Late Show with Tom Snyder. Thanks! Leslie Kay Swigart


Sean Donnelly <seandonn@ij.net>
St. Petersburg, FL USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 12:47:18 (CST)

I have a copy SLIPPAGE for sale. It's the SIGNED, limited edition published by Mark Zeising. The book, dustjacket, and
slipcase are in Mint condition. If interested, the price is $70.00 plus $4.00 shipping (the price I paid). I bought the trade edition, too -- as much as I like Ellison's work, I don't need two copies.


Sean Donnelly <seandonn@ij.net>
St. Petersburg, FL USA - Tuesday, January 26, 1999 at 12:46:33 (CST)

I have a copy SLIPPAGE for sale. It's the SIGNED, limited edition published by Mark Zeising. The book, dustjacket, and
slipcase are in Mint condition. If interested, the price is $70.00 plus $4.00 shipping (the price I paid). I bought the trade edition, too -- as much as I like Ellison's work, I don't need two copies.


Amy L Burton <AMLORN@prodigy.net>
- Sunday, January 24, 1999 at 21:59:08 (CST)

Have Ellison's first sci-fi appearance in 1952 Imagination (cartoon "My Plates Are Killing Me" with Gibson). Also have first published story "Glow Worm" from Feb. 1956 Infinity... both mags in mint condition with covers. Have first edition paper "Paingod" (Ellison w/cigarette) and first edition paper "Rockabilly" (also with cigarrette).


Sally Nicholson <Natalia_N@webtv.com>
Arlington, TX USA - Friday, January 22, 1999 at 23:38:54 (CST)

I have several Ellison books I would like to part with including:
The City on the Edge of Forever (original teleplay); I, Robot (illustrated screenplay); Stalking the Nightmare, autographed; I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream strategy guide; Deathbird Stories; and Harlan Ellison Unepentant Harlequin by George Edgar Slusser, autographed. All are in Mint or Excellent condition. Make offer for any or all.


Karl A. Shalek <kshalek@sgi.net>
- Sunday January 17 1999 01:40:51

...whoops! Didn't complete my email address. Here it is: kshalek@sgi.net
Karl A. Shalek <kshalek>
Greensburg, PA The U S of A - Sunday January 17 1999 01:38:18

I have been looking --for something like 15 years-- for a copy of the limited edition of Harlan's "All The Lies That Are My Life." I am not really a collector. I just wanna' read the damned introduction.Can anyone help me...?Karl
Shane Shellenbarger <sslls@uswest.net>
Phoenix, AZ USA - Thursday January 7 1999 14:14:48

*WANTED: Video or audio recording of Harlan Ellison's appearence on the January 5th episode of "Politically Incorrect." Thanks, Shane Shellenbarger

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