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Koszowski, Allen, Ed.

Published by Allen Koszowski, Upper Darby, PA (2004)

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Item Description: Allen Koszowski, Upper Darby, PA, 2004. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. Allen Koszowski (illustrator). Vol.1, No.2, August 2004, Fine in wraps. Second issue of Allen K's INHUMAN magazine. Brand -new tales of monsters and mayhem! With stories by Ramsey Campbell, Brian Lumley, Thomas M. Monteleone, Joe R. Lansdale and others. Cover and interior illustrations by Allen Koszowski; signed by Allen on the contents page. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000380

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Koszowski, Allen, Ed.

Published by Allen Koszowski, Upper Darby, PA (2004)

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Item Description: Allen Koszowski, Upper Darby, PA, 2004. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. Allen Koszowski (illustrator). Vol.1, No.1, July 2004, Fine in wraps. First issue of Allen K's INHUMAN magazine. Brand -new tales of monsters and mayhem! With stories by Robert Silverberg, John Carpenter, Jeffrey Thomas, Paul Finch and others. Cover and interior illustrations by Allen Koszowski; signed by Allen on the contents page as well as contributor C. J. Henderson!. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000379

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Salmonson, Jessica Amanda, ed.

Published by Richard H Fawcett, Uncasville (1986)

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Item Description: Richard H Fawcett, Uncasville, 1986. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. Allen Koszowski, Wendy Wees (illustrator). FANTASY AND TERROR 8, 1986. Published by R. H. Fawcett. Edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson. An unusual magazine, a miscellany of gloomy, macabre tales of ghosts, death, doom, darkness, discouragement, sinister fairies, and all things supernaturally Decadent and appalling. It includes short-short stories and vignettes that blur the distinction between short fiction and the prose-poem, plus lyric verse on the same topics of shadowy gloom and the unknown. Much of each issue consists of great rarities from Victorian and Edwardian magazines and books, together with new poets and prose stylists inspired by just such things eldritch and bizarre. Signed by the editor. The short and short-short Tales are by Jean Jacques Brousson, Anatole France, Laurence Housman, Ivan Krilov, Richard Le Gallienne, Thomas Ligotti, Pierre Louys, Irene Osgood, Llewelyn Powys, Laure Richards, Archie N. Roy, Jessica Salmonson, Howard Schwartz, Richard Singer, Annie Trumbull Slosson, Susan Liev Taylor, Denis Tiani and Ivan Turgenev. The weird poems are by Alice Brown (whose complete weird tales Jessica edited for Ash-Tree Press), Katherine Coolidge, Gary William Crawford, Hildegarde Hawthorne (whose complete ghost stories Jessica edited for The Strange Company), Richard Le Gallienne, Scutter Middleton, Henry Morton, Lizette Woodworth Reese, Harriet Prescott Spofford (whose complete ghost stories Jessica edited for Ash-Tree Press), Arthur Symons, Francois Villon and Katherine Warren. The front cover is by Allen Koszowski. Back cover by Wendy Wees. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 1183

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Ambrose, Michael (Ed.); Carpenter, Leonard; Hoffman, Nina K.; Holland, Jr., John Francis; Irving, L. G.; Manachino, Albert J.; Larsen, Douglas Christian; Sardonyx; Froehlich, Joey; Bramos, Edward (Illust.); Dickison, Larry (Illust.); Kochell, George (Illust.); Koszowski, Allen (Illust.); Tiani, Denis (Illust.)

Published by Michael Ambrose, Austin, Texas (1985)

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Item Description: Michael Ambrose, Austin, Texas, 1985. Staplebound wraps. Book Condition: Good +. First Edition. First Edition. Staplebound wraps. 8" X 5 1/8". 48pp. Signed by Leonard Carpenter at table of contents and page 33, title page of his story "Endangered Species." Moderate wear to staplebound blue printed wraps, with hard bumping to head of spine and corner of text block. Light foxing to wraps. Binding is sound. Pages are musty, but unmarked. A nice copy of this fantasy magazine edited by Michael Ambrose and signed by L. Carpenter, author of many books in the Conan the Barbarian series. Bookseller Inventory # 2996

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Coleborn, Peter, ed.

Published by British Fantasy Society, London (1987)

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Item Description: British Fantasy Society, London, 1987. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. Allen Koszowski; Alan Hunter; Jim Pitts, Dave Carson, Alan Hunter, Jim Pitts, Stephen Jones, Dallas Goffin, Martin McKenna, Jeff Salmon, Stephen Skwarek, Martin McKenna (illustrator). Issued by the British Fantasy Society. Peter Coleborn, editor. WINTER CHILLS 1, 1987. Fine wraps. A splendid journal featuring new tales by R. Chetwynd-Hayes (illustrated by Jim Pitts), Ramsey Campbell (illustrated by Dave Carson), Sydney J. Bounds (illustrated by Alan Hunter), David Sutton (illustrated by Alan Hunter), Brian Lumley, and Peter Tremain. Laid in: A signed handwritten letter from editor Peter Coleburn. WINTER CHILLS 2, 1987. Fine wraps. As with the first issue, this little journal was able to attract top writers into the mix, matching them up with fine illustrators. Tales by Guy N. Smith (illustrated by Jim Pitts), Stephen Gallagher (illustrated by Alan Hunter), Alan W. Lear (illustrated by Stephen Jones), Mike Chinn (illustrated by Dallas Goffin), Peter A Hough (illustrated by Allen Koszowski), Gilles Bergal (illustrated by Alan Hunter) and Paul Roland (illustrated by Martin McKenna). WINTER CHILLS 3, 1990. Very Good wraps. Ghost stories and weird tails by David F. Bischoff (illustrated by Dallas Goffin), Allen Ashley (illustrated by Allen Koszowski), Rick Kennet (illustrated by Jeff Salmon), Andrew S. Jordan (illustrated by Alan Hunter), Ian Hunter, D. F. Lewis, and Mark Hockley (illustrated by Stephen Skwarek). Cover by Martin McKenna. WINTER CHILLS 4, 1990. A small mar in bottom corner, otherwise Very Good wraps. Again, some of the top writers and illustrators have contributed: David F. Bischoff on "Copyright Infringement" illus. by Dallas Goffin; "Flossie Fraser" by D. F. Lewis; "Boat of Signs" by Allen Ashley, illustrated by Allen Koszowski; "Silver" by Andrew S. Jordan, illustrated by Alan Hunter; "Approved to Scrap" by Rick Kennet, illustrated by Jeff Salmon; and others. Estimated value: $50 to $80. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 1999

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New Mythos Legends: Gehweiler, Bruce; ed.

Gehweiler, Bruce; ed.

Published by Marietta Publishing, Marietta, GA (1999)

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Item Description: Marietta Publishing, Marietta, GA, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. Allen Koszowski (illustrator). 1st Edition. F/F dj, an unread copy, now in archival Brodart. Signed and inscribed by editor Gehweiler and interior artist Allen Koszowski. Collects sixteen new Mythos tales. From the collection and estate of noted SF/F/H & comic collector Kennett Neily - owner of the White Mountain Comic Collection - without his name and date of purchase as usual to ffep. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 001626

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Ganley, Paul (ed.) Original Art By Allen Koszowski ( H P Lovecraft related)

Published by Buffalo, N.Y.: Paul Ganley / WeirdBook 28, Autumn 1993, 1st Edition, ORIGINAL ARTWORK, Buffalo, New York (1992)

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Item Description: Buffalo, N.Y.: Paul Ganley / WeirdBook 28, Autumn 1993, 1st Edition, ORIGINAL ARTWORK, Buffalo, New York, 1992. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Near Fine (see description). Allen Koszowski (illustrator). First Edition. ---------original artwork from WEIRDBOOK issue # 28, page 48, art is by Allen Koszowski, measures about 8 x 10 inches, a Near Fine example of a super Cthulhu / Lovecraftian monster, some pencil notes on verso, obviously one-of-a-kind, , any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Original ART Signed By Artist. Bookseller Inventory # 157800

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Things Left Behind [LETTERED, LEATHER]: Gary Braunbeck [Preface:

Gary Braunbeck [Preface: J.N. Williamson, Introduction: William F. Nolan, Afterword: Ed Gorman]

Published by Cemetery Dance, Baltimore, MD (1997)

ISBN 10: 1881475212 ISBN 13: 9781881475217

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Item Description: Cemetery Dance, Baltimore, MD, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. Alan M. Clark, Allen Koszowski (illustrator). 1st Edition. AS NEW BURGUNDY LEATHER-BOUND, HARDBACK. SIGNED by GARY BRAUNBECK, J. N. WiILLIAMSON, WILLIAM F. NOLAN, ED GORMAN, ALAN M. CLARK & ALLEN KOSZOWSKI [NO Inscription]. LIMITED Ed. #S/26. "About the Book: A firm believer that speculative fiction in all of its forms is the supreme mythic literature of our times, Gary A. Braunbeck accomplishes what all serious genre writers set out to do: to entertain, to instill honest emotion and incorporate the writer's own sensibilities into his or her fiction, and ¿ when the job has been done well ¿ perhaps leave the reader with a little food for thought afterward. That Braunbeck has done so is exceptional; that he has done so repeatedly is evidenced by many of his stories regularly appearing on several "Year's Best" lists. Things Left Behind not only displays the versatility of Braunbeck's work (with stories from the horror, fantasy, mystery, literary, suspense, historical, science fiction, and popular mainstream fields) but showcases it in a structure that only a handful of writers have attempted. Some will call it "a collection," others might deem it an "episodic novel," what cannot be argued is that it is unlike anything else you will encounter in genre fiction this year. Read the book as you would a novel ¿ straight through to the end, for Things Left Behind is much more than an assortment of meticulously-crafted short stories and novellas; it is an exploration of the myriad realms of mystery, violence, grief, rage, loneliness, joy, and horror that lie just beneath the surface of the everyday world, and what can happen when one goes looking for answers to questions that cannot ¿ and perhaps should not ¿ be found. Focused and unified in ways that recall Peter Straub's Houses Without Doors, Hemingway's In Our Time, and Russell Bank's Success Stories, Braunbeck's Things Left Behind is a disturbing portrayal of archetypes (the outsider, the warrior, the ghost, the werewolf, the magician, the killer, the singer, the vampire, the storyteller, and so on) of a small, archetypical society ¿ in this case, the fictional town of Cedar Hill, Ohio. The book begins with "Dreams and Permanence," essentially a brief study of the outsider, and, coming full-circle, ends with "Searching For Survivors," a horrifying, powerful, and ultimately moving meditation on the effects of unspeakable violence, wherein the outsider becomes the storyteller. Along the way, readers will be treated to some of Braunbeck's most popular pieces ¿ "After The Elephant Ballet," "By Civilized Means," "Cyrano," and the controversial novella "Some Touch Of Pity," presented here for the first time in its original, uncut form ¿ as well as several brand-new works (nearly two-thirds of the stories presented here have never been published before), including a 30,000 word novella, "The Sisterhood Of Plain-Faced Women," perhaps the most accomplished piece of short fiction Braunbeck has thus far written. This Cemetery Dance edition, illustrated by Allen Koszowski, also boasts a stunning cover by World Fantasy Award-winning artist Alan M. Clark, a Preface by J.N. Williamson, an Introduction by the legendary William F. Nolan, an Afterword by Ed Gorman, and is signed by all contributors! Things Left Behind promises to be the most talked-about debut of the year, so open the book, turn the first page, and let your journey into the unique, terrifying, and heartbreaking world of Gary A. Braunbeck begin. And hang on to something." | SHIPS AIRMAIL INTERNATIONALLY! [Extra Postage for International Delivery]. Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # 000522

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A Mountain Walked: Great Tales of the: Joshi, S T

Joshi, S T (ed.) Ramsey Campbell; Walter C DeBill Jr; T.E.D. Klein; Thomas Ligotti; Neil Gaiman; Lois H Gresh; Patrick McGrath; T C Boyle; Michael Shea; Denis Tiani; H P Lovecraft; ; Caitlin R Kiernan; Rhys Hughes; Mearle Prout; R Barbour Johnson; et al

Published by Lakewood, CO: Centipede Press, 2014, 1st Edition, First Printing, Lakewood, Colorado (2014)

ISBN 10: 1613470533 ISBN 13: 9781613470534

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Item Description: Lakewood, CO: Centipede Press, 2014, 1st Edition, First Printing, Lakewood, Colorado, 2014. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Fine (see description). Dust Jacket Condition: Very Fine (see description). Erlend Mark; Allen Koszowski; Stanley C Sargent; John Kenn Mortensen; Thomas Ott; Julien Bazinet; David Ho (illustrator). First Edition. ----------hardcover, about 8 x 11.5 inches, a Very Fine copy in a Very Fine dustjacket, housed in a Very Fine slipcase, overseas shipping (outside of Canada and the USA ) will require additional postage, this is copy # 239 and is unopened and still in the original shrinkwrap, a stunning production, ---"A Mountain Walked is an oversize anthology with almost 700 pages. S.T. Joshi has selected the best of the reprinted Cthulhu Mythos stories and combined them with over a dozen new works written just for this anthology. This book has over 25 stories, including new stories by Joseph S. Pulver, Sr., Donald Tyson, Cody Goodfellow, Caitlín R. Kiernan, Jonathan Thomas, Laird Barron,Michael Shea, Patrick McGrath, Mark Samuels, Gemma Files, and others. The book also has new artwork by David Ho, John Kenn Mortensen, Drazen Kozjan,Denis Tiani, and Thomas Ott. --The edition is limited to 500 copies for sale. Each copy is signed by Thomas Ligotti, T.E.D. Klein, Laird Barron, Caitlín R. Kiernan, and many others. The signature pages are signed by 25 people and went halfway around the world for signatures. The book is 692 pages. There are several pages of full color artwork, too. The book is oversize as well, measuring over 7 × 11 inches tall. The book comes in its own clothbound slipcase and has a stunning full color dustjacket by David Ho and the usual goodies: image on the front board, ribbon marker, and head and tail bands in a gorgeous cloth bound Smyth-sewn book. This landmark anthology will surely be known as a classic in its field. Although most of the living contributors signed the book, Michael Shea passed on before the pages reached him. Writers who did not sign the book include Neil Gaiman, T.C. Boyle, and Mark Samuels." ---CONTENTS INCLUDE: Introduction by Joshi; The House of the Worm by Mearle Prout; Far Below by Robert Barbour Johnson ; Spawn of the Green Abyss by C. Hall Thompson ; The Deep Ones by James Wade ; [Art Portfolio] Erlend Mark ; The Franklyn Paragraphs by Ramsey Campbell ; Where Yidhra Walks by Walter C. DeBill, Jr. ; [Art Portfolio] Allen Koszowski; Black Man with a Horn by T.E.D. Klein ; The Last Feast of Harlequin by Thomas Ligotti ; Only the End of the World Again by Neil Gaiman ; Mandelbrot Moldrot by Lois H. Gresh ; Black Brat of Dunwich by Stanley C. Sargent ; [Art Portfolio] Stanley C. Sargent ; The Phantom of Beguilement by W. H. Pugmire ; ---Hungry ---Rats by Joseph S. Pulver, Jr. ; Virginís Island by Donald Tyson ; In the Shadow of the Sword by Cody Goodfellow ; Mobymart After Midnight by Jonathan Thomas ; A Gentleman from Mexico by Mark Samuels ; Man with No Name by Laird Barron ; John Four by Caitlin R. Kiernan ; Sigma Octanis by Rhys Hughes ; [Anasazi] Gemma Files ; The Wreck of the Aurora by Patrick McGrath ; Thirteen Hundred Rats by T. C. Boyle ( T. Coraghessan Boyle ); Beneath the Beardmore by Michael Shea ; Rupa Worms from Outer Space by Denis Tiani ; Pickmanís Model by H. P. Lovecraft (illustrated by John Kenn Mortensen ) ; The Lurking Fear by H. P. Lovecraft (illustrated by Thomas Ott ) ; Excerpts from a Notebook by Drazen Kozjan; [cartoons] Julien Bazinet ; [Notes); Contributors, ---OUT-OF-PRINT before publication, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo. Signed. Bookseller Inventory # 154383

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