Books Edited by Stephen Haffner


The Collected Captain Future, Volume Three

Now that Captain Future and the Futuremen have traveled through time in the final story of Volume Two (See “The Lost World of Time”), can an adventure beyond the Solar System be far behind? Most assuredly not!


$40.00

The Complete John Thunstone

Conceived by Manly Wade Wellman and Weird Tales editor Dorothy McIlwraith in 1943, John Thunstone is a scholar and playboy who investigates mysterious supernatural events. Large and strong, intelligent, handsome, and wealthy, he has the typical attributes of a heroic character. He is also well-read in occult matters and has access to weapons (such as [...]


$40.00
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The Michael Gray Mysteries

A massive omnibus of four novels from the late 1950s all featuring the amateur sleuthing of San Francisco psychoanalyst Michael Gray.       


$40.00


The Watcher at the Door: The Early Kuttner, Volume Two

The 2nd volume of Kuttner’s early works.


$45.00

The Worlds of Jack Williamson

The Worlds of Jack Williamson celebrates the 100th birthday of one of the Grand Masters of science fiction. While Jack Williamson passed away in 2006 at the age of 98, his incredible body of work continues to be enjoyed by legions of fans and admirers. Assembled in this centennial tribute are several unpublished stories: “The [...]


$35.00

The Worlds of Jack Williamson: A Centennial Tribute (1908—2008) – (1/75 Limited Edition)

The Worlds of Jack Williamson celebrates the 100th birthday of one of the Grand Masters of science fiction. While Jack Williamson passed away in 2006 at the age of 98, his incredible body of work continues to be enjoyed by legions of fans and admirers. Assembled in this centennial tribute are several unpublished stories: “The Moon Bird,” “The [...]


$150.00

Thirty-Five Years of the Jack Williamson Lectureship

When Dr. Jack Williamson retired from his position as Professor of English at Eastern New Mexico University in 1977, the university launched a lectureship series in his honor. The focus of the Lectureship was to be the sciences and the humanities and the first guests were Frederik Pohl and James E. Gunn. Thirty-Five years later, [...]


$19.00