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    Senior Member 1st Rubber Room Confinement mhatchett's Avatar
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    For Sale Small Kingdoms and Other Stories Charlaine Harris

    Sub Press, signed #372/1000. Open to offers!
    Thanks,
    Mike

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    Senior Member Involuntarily Committed William J. Grabowski's Avatar
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    Small Kingdoms and Other Stories is tempting as hell . . . and I'm thinking about it.

    I'm selling a few ultra-rare items from my five years as contributing editor with World Fantasy Award-winning The Horror Show magazine:

    1. Premiere Issue (November 1982) of The Horror Show, newsprint format (16 pages/b&w illustrations). $50.00
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    2. Original Artwork by Allen Koszowski (pen and ink on heavy cardstock), signed "ALLEN K. '84". Stamped address on back. $75.00
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    3. Manuscript page: Robert Bloch's (author of Psycho) handwritten responses—in red ink!—to my questions (lightly edited by publisher Dave Silva) for Horror Show interview. $100.00

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    I've got other items—associated with the magazine—along these lines. If curious, please message me. Thank you!

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    The Horror Show was among the best of its kind, and those items -- especially the Bloch interview -- are fantastic collectible artifacts from that mag, from that time in the genre. I don't really collect much ephemera, but I wish I had an endless slush fund to take it all from you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    The Horror Show was among the best of its kind, and those items -- especially the Bloch interview -- are fantastic collectible artifacts from that mag, from that time in the genre. I don't really collect much ephemera, but I wish I had an endless slush fund to take it all from you...
    Agree 100%. Those are some great one of a kind items. Good luck selling them.

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    Senior Member Involuntarily Committed William J. Grabowski's Avatar
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    Here are a few more ultra-rare items:

    1. THE NIGHTRUNNERS by Joe R. Lansdale, hardcover slip-cased deluxe first edition, limited to 300 copies. Introduction by Dean R. Koontz, Illustrated by Gregory Manchess. Dark Harvest/1987. SIGNED BY ALL---$100.00

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    2. ACT OF LOVE by Joe R. Lansdale, Zebra Books paperback/1981. SIGNED---$40.00

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