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Classics of Fantastic Literature
Robert Reginald
0809509180
Oct 2005
Hardcover
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Codex Derynianus
Katherine Kurtz
1887424962
October 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
In 1998, the first edition of Codex Derynianus was published in a limited edition that quickly became astronomically expensive. Now fans can have the entire text of that edition along with extensive new material. This encyclopedic overview details Katherine Kurtz's Deryni world, the setting of her 17-book saga that began with Camber of Culdi. and reveals many never-before-told details of the people, places, and objects of importance to the world of the magic-wielding Deryni. The book is packed with chronologies of events, genealogies of the peoples, and colorful maps of the Deryni world, exploring every aspect of the Eleven Kingdoms. In addition to being an authoritative reference, Codex Derynianus is also an ambitious work of creative fiction as penned by Brother Theophilus from within the setting...


Xenograffiti
R. Reginald
0809519003
Nov 2005
Paperback
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Birth of a Nation
Aaron McGruder
1400083168
February 2005
Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
The Boondocks creator McGruder, filmmaker Hudlin and Why I Hate Saturn cartoonist Baker are a kind of dream team, and this work (drawn in Baker's animation-storyboard style) has a fairly hilarious premise. When the virtually all-black population of East St. Louis, Ill., is disenfranchised en masse in electoral shenanigans that result in a George W. Bush–like Texan governor being elected president, the impoverished city decides to secede from the U.S. Renaming itself "Blackland," the city becomes a wildly rich money-laundering capital. Baker is a gifted caricaturist—every facial expression and bit of body language he comes up with is funny—and the first two-thirds of the book is loaded with witty riffs (a national anthem to the tune of the Good Times theme; a fight over whether Tupac or Biggie...


Classics of Fantastic Literature
Robert Reginald
0809519186
Oct 2005
Paperback
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Book Description
The literature of science fiction, fantasy, and horror has a rich and glorious history, with roots dating back at least three hundred years to the fantastic voyage popularized by such works as Gulliver\'s Travels, and continuing with an enormously varied production of novels and story collections through the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Very few of these early tales are known today, even to connoisseurs of the field. Although some have been reprinted in small editions by university and speciality presses, even those penned by the bestselling writers of their day often remain obscure to the scholars and historians of modern fantastic literature. Finding descriptions of the books or information about the authors is difficult at best. Classics of Fantastic Literature provides nearly 200 essays about these...


Work of Robert Reginald: An Annotated Bibliography and Guide
Michael Burgess
0809515059
April 1992
Paperback
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Book of Ultimate Truths
Robert Rankin
055213922X
January 2000
Paperback
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The Exiled Prince or, The Archquisitor's Tale
Robert Reginald
1572411252
Sept 2004
Paperback
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Quaestiones Or The Protopresbyter's Tale
Robert Reginald
1572411260
Sept 2004
Paperback
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Birth of a Nation: A Comic Novel
Aaron McGruder
1400048591
July 2004
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
The Boondocks creator McGruder, filmmaker Hudlin and Why I Hate Saturn cartoonist Baker are a kind of dream team, and this work (drawn in Baker's animation-storyboard style) has a fairly hilarious premise. When the virtually all-black population of East St. Louis, Ill., is disenfranchised en masse in electoral shenanigans that result in a George W. Bush–like Texan governor being elected president, the impoverished city decides to secede from the U.S. Renaming itself "Blackland," the city becomes a wildly rich money-laundering capital. Baker is a gifted caricaturist—every facial expression and bit of body language he comes up with is funny—and the first two-thirds of the book is loaded with witty riffs (a national anthem to the tune of the Good Times theme; a fight over whether Tupac or Biggie...


War of the Worlds II
Robert Reginald
188742492X
Apr 2006
Paperback
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Book Description
In War of the Worlds, humanity only narrowly escaped annihilation when the common cold crippled Earth's Martian invaders. Ten years later the Martians again attack, killing hundreds of thousands with a half-mile-wide asteroid. Reluctantly, the nations of the Earth dispatch the spacecraft Armageddon and Thunderbolt to Mars where it's up to a team of 200 sharp, deadly marines to deliver Earth from its Martian oppressors. A taut, twisting plot makes War of the Worlds II a worthy sequel to the monumental original.


Reginald's Science Fiction and Fantasy Awards: A Comprehensive Guide to the Awards and Their Winners
Daryl F. Mallett
0809512009
June 1993
Paperback
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From Book News, Inc.
A comprehensive guide to the major and minor awards presented in the related fields of science fiction, fantasy, and horror literature and film. The book includes English-language awards, foreign accolades, and awards presented to SF authors and books by non-SF agencies. This edition has been expanded by four times over the 1981 version, and covers 126 different awards from the US and around the world. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.


St. James Guide to Science Fiction Writers, Vol. 1
St. James Press
1558621792
January 1996
Hardcover
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Review

"A trove of information for even the beginning SF reader."
-- American Reference Books Annual [1997]
"A valuable resource. Convenient single-volume format and up-to-date English language coverage."
-- SFRA Review (May/June 1996)
"Valuable for libraries and fanatic collectors."
-- Locus (February 1996)

Book Description

In 1818, the publication of Frankenstein marked the birth of the science-fiction genre. Today, this genre continues to thrive as more and more authors follow in the footsteps of Mary Shelley's ground-breaking work.

The fully revised 4th edition of St. James Guide to Science Fiction Writers, formerly titled wentieth-Century Science-Fiction Writers, presents more than 600 of the world's most prominent science-fiction authors. From traditional...



Birth of a Nation: A Comic Novel
Aaron McGruder
1416102892

Hardcover
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Authors of the Middle Ages: English Writers of the Late Middle Ages, Vol. 3
M. C. Seymour (Editor)
0860785564
December 1996
Hardcover
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Sir John Mandeville: John Trevisa, William Langland, Thomas Hoccleve, Vol. 1
M.C. C. Seymour
0860784665
July 1994
Hardcover
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