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To-die-for, all-hardbound-OUT-OF-PRINT! ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO COMPLETE 6 out of 6 books Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling Dark Fairy Tales series. The *only complete set* available for sale on the Internet.
Adapted by Steve Niles. Artists Les Edwards and Hector Gomez.
Hardbound. A painstakingly produced limited edition of a beloved classic by #1 New York Times bestselling author Neil Gaiman.
By Keith Baker, Michelle Lyons, C.A. Suleiman. Updated for v3.5.
Insanity in the light of modern art, literature and thought.
Hardbound, SIGNED by the author on the first blank page.
Hard-to-find hardbound copy.
Hardbound. Sold as Set. March to Ultimatum, Ultimatum and Ultimatum Companion.
Hardbound. Louise Glück is the author of eleven books of poems and a collection of essays. Her many awards include the Pulitzer Prize, the National Book Critics Circle Award, the Bollingen Prize, and the Wallace Stevens Award from the Academy of American Poets. She teaches at Yale University and lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Limited edition design now out-of-print. A Sketchbook Tailor-made for Fashion Designers. Size A5.
LIMITED EDITION Lemon Gin. A Sketchbook Tailor-made for Fashion Designers. Size A5.
LIMITED EDITION Soft Mint. A Sketchbook Tailor-made for Fashion Designers. Size A5.
Field Notes Winter "Cold Horizon" limited edition features a three-color blue gradient spread across three very glossy UV-coated 120-lb Appleton Utopia One covers.
Field Notes Summer 2014 limited edition. Both books feature sturdy Mohawk Loop 110-lb covers with silver ink and debossed logos, with 64 pages of Finch Opaque 50-lb text paper inside.
Printed 3/15, Edition size: 25,000 packs. COLORS edition #26 benefits Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum with a variety of hand-set wood type designs in a variety of colors on mixed French papers. Our standard graph paper is inside, bound with three copper staples.
Printed 11/15, Edition size: 25,000 packs. Our 29th COLORS edition is nearly magical: The white covers turn blue in bright sunlight! The cover text sparkles with interference pearlescent ink. 60# paper inside is ruled with very light gray graph lines.
Field Notes Lunacy. Set of 3, reticle-grid featuring full, half, and crescent moons cover.
Inspiration for Field Notes Quarterly Editions can strike anytime, from anywhere. For our Fall 2017 edition, it struck from all the way back in 1860 in New York City and a pair of brothers: Erastus and Irwin Beadle. The Beadles had published a variety of inexpensive paperback books on subjects ranging from the tax code to baseball, but when they released Ann S. Stephens' frontier tale Malaeska as the first of their orange-covered "Dime Novel" series, it sold more than sixty thousand copies and started a trend for cheap pocket-sized genre fiction.