Hunter, Mark. San Francisco, San Francisco Magazine, July 1981, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Pages 38-43, illustrated with a photo of the Pulitzer Prize-winning author sitting at his typewriter, Colberg Appendix 1, item No. 32, this copy inscribed by Stegner to bookseller Diane Peterson (For Diane, my bibliographical (illegible--maybe connoisseur)/Wallace Stegner, the magazine's cover is a large photo of Stegner by Marek Majewski. Very good.
King, Stephen and Straub, Peter. West Kingston, Donald M. Grant, 1984, first edition. Two volumes, issued without dust jackets, but with publisher's slipcase, illustrations by several artists, including Berni Wrightson, Thomas Canty, Ned Dameron, Phil Hale, and others, with an epilogue and a conclusion. Fine.
King, Sterphen. London, Macdonald, 1982, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Comprised of four short "seasonal" novels, most of which were film sources, includes Rita Hayworth and Shawshank Redemption, Apt Pupil, The Body, and The Breathing Method, includes an Afterword by King. Fine.
King, Stephen and Vincent, Bev (editors). Baltimore, Cemetery Dance Publications, 2018, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Includes 17 turbulent tales, includes stories by Ambrose Bierce, Michael Lewis, Dan Simmons, John Varley, Joe Hill, Ray Bradbury, James Dickey, Vincent, and King who offers The Turbulence Expert, King also provides the introduction. Fine.
King, Stephen. Linkenheim, Edition Phantasia, 1986, first edition. Issued without dust jacket, but with publisher's slipcase, translated by Alexadra von Reinhardt, limited to 250 copies specially bound in black with all edges bright red, with ribbon place marker, although the numbering of the limitation is difficult to read, it is probably No. 146, this first German edition of It is very scarce, it precedes the American edition making it the true first edition, it has been reported that King was not happy with the book and had it suppressed, making it even more difficult to find and, if true, the number of copies would be less than the original 250. Fine.
(King, Stephen). Beverly Hills, Playboy, December 2007, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Kim Kardashian is featured on the cover and internally, the King piece is one of several articles, interviews, pictorials. As new in a sealed plastic bag, as issued.
King, Stephen. London, Macdonald, 1980, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. Film source, an early novel for King before his career exploded. Tanned pages, as usual, else fine in a fine jacket with an attached small price sticker from a British seller.
Wood, Rocky. Baltimore, Cemetery Dance Publications, 2005, first edition, dust jacket. Hardcover. With publisher's slipcase, written with David Rawsthorne and Norman Blackburn, jacket art by Alan M. Clark, this is No. 835 of 2,000 copies signed by all three authors, with footnotes at the end. Fine, unread.
King, Stephen. NY, Signet, 1985, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. Includes Cycle of the Werewolf, the complete Silver Bullet screenplay, plus a new foreword by King, illustrated by Berni Wrightson in color and b&w, includes 8 page of photos from the movie. Fine.
Winter, Douglas E. Mercer Island, Starmont House, 1982, first edition. Hardcover, issued without dust jacket. this is No. 16 in the Starmont Reader's Guide series, the book covers Carrie, Salem's Lot, The Shining, The Stand, The Dark Tower, The Dead Zone, Firestarter, The Mist, and others. Fine.
Silverberg, Robert (editor). NY, Tor, 1998, first edition, first printing, dust jacket. Hardcover. Endpaper art by Darrell K. Sweet, frontispiece by Michael Whalen, the lead novel is Stephen King's The Dark Tower: The Little Sisters of Eluria, the book also includes works by Orson Scott Card, Silverberg, Ursula K. Le Guin, George R. R. Martin, Anne McCaffrey, Robert Jordan, and others. Fine.
King, Stephen. Binghamton, Stuart David Schiff, 1982, first edition, wrappers. Softcover. This periodical is devoted entirely to King, illustrated, includes mostly material about King and his work, but it also includes three pieces by King, Before the Play, It Grows on You, and On The Shining and Other Perpetrations. Fine.
Collings, Michael R. and Engebretson, David. Mercer Island, Starmont House, 1985, first edition, first printing. Hardcover, issued without dust jacket, covers Night Shift, Different Seasons, The Dark Tower, Creepshow, Skeleton Crew, and others, this is No. 9 in the Starmont Studies in Literary Criticism series. Fine.
Schweitzer, Darrell (editor). Mercer Island, Starmont House, 1985, first edition. Hardcover, issued without dust jacket, this is No. 8 in the Starmont Studies in Literary Criticism, includes pieces by Don Herron, Chet Williamson, Michael R. Collings, and others. Fine.
Stegner, Wallace. Palo Alto, Green Foothills Foundation, 1982, first and only edition, printed and illustrated self-wrappers. Softcover. Main text by Stegner, also includes some text by members of the Committee for Green Foothills, edited by Phyllis Filiberti Butler, one of 1,500 copies printed as a fund-raiser, Colberg A29, this copy Signed by Wallace Stegner. Fine.
Collings, Michael R. Woodstock, Overlook Connection Press, 2002, first edition, first printing, dust jacket. Hardcover. Subtitled An International Stephen King Bibliography and Guide 1960-2000, published at $75, this is not a print-on-demand abomination and is not one of the 2003, 2004, etc. reprints. Fine.
Underwood, Tim and Miller, Chuck (editors). San Francisco, Underwood-Miller, 1986, first edition, first printing, dust jacket. Hardcover. Subtitled The World of Stephen King, King provides the foreword (The Horror Writer and the Ten Bears), introductions by Robert Bloch and others, also includes material by Ramsey Campbell, Clive Barker, Harland Ellison, Don Herron, the two editors, and others. Fine.
Underwood, Tim and Miller, Chuck (editors). San Francisco, Underwood-Miller, 1986, first edition, first printing, dust jacket. Hardcover. Subtitled The World of Stephen King, King provides the foreword (The Horror Writer and the Ten Bears), introductions by Robert Bloch and others, also includes material by Ramsey Campbell, Clive Barker, Harland Ellison, Don Herron, the two editors, and others, although King himself did not sign, this is No. 84 of 500 copies Signed by 15 of the contributors. Fine.