Harlan Ellison




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  • Science Fiction

    Jul-2018

    Harlan Ellison introduced you to Vic and Blood in 1969's Nebula Award-winning novella, A Boy and His Dog. You thrilled to their on-screen adventures in the 1975 Hugo Award-winning feature film adaptation billed as a kinky tale of survival. 1977 and 1...

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  • General Fiction

    May-2017

    A collection of stories written and read by the master of science fiction and the supernatural. Harlan Ellison has won more awards for imaginative literature than any other living author, but only aficionados of Ellison's singular work have been a...

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  • General Fiction

    May-2017

    This original audio collection, featuring much newly recorded material, is a stunning realization of some of the writer's best and edgiest work, as well as a fiery visit to some of his more secret stories. Contents include: 'Jeffty is Five' (Hugo ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jul-2016

    Winner of the Nebula Award: A boy and his telepathic dog fight to survive in a war-torn, postapocalyptic world in this hard-hitting science fiction novella.   In an alternate world in which John F. Kennedy survived and scientific breakthroughs in an...

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  • General Fiction

    Jul-2016

    One of science fiction’s most antiestablishment authors rails against the accepted order while questioning blind obedience to the state in this unique pairing of short story and essay.   “‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman” is set...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2016

    Harlan Ellison has been compared to an annoying gnat, a no-see 'em buzzing in your peripheral vision till you try to swat him, and he's gone. The great English writer Michael Moorcock--and if his name does not leave you dumbstruck with awe, you sh...

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  • General Fiction

    Feb-2015

    * For the first time ever, a visual presentation of the much-discussed, unrevised, unadulterated version of Harlan Ellison's award-winning Star Trek teleplay script, "The City on the Edge of Forever!" See the story as Mr. Ellison originally intended!...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-2015

    ''Only connect,'' E.M. Forster famously said, and Harlan Ellison was canny enough to make that the lifeblood of his achievement from the get-go. New, fresh and different is tricky in the storytelling business, as rare as diamonds, but, as a born s...

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-2014

    In honor of Harlan Ellison's eightieth birthday, Susan Ellison-his wife of thirty years, the Electric Baby-has scoured raw eight (8) decades of his written output (from his 1949 serialized stories in The Cleveland News to as-yet unpublished tales fre...

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-2014

    You will not find “‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman” in this book. Nor will you find “I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream,” “A Boy and His Dog,” or “The Deathbird,” or any of Harlan Ellison’s myriad masterpieces. What wi...

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  • General Fiction

    Jun-2014

    Bold and uncompromising, Gentleman Junkie and Other Stories of the Hung-up Generation is a watershed moment in Harlan Ellison’s early writing career. Rather than dealing in speculative fiction, these twenty-five short stories directly tackle issues...

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  • General Fiction

    Jun-2014

    Over the Edge, a collection of twelve short stories and essays from Harlan Ellison, is a must-read for any fan of the wild abandon and laser focus of one of the century’s most brilliant authors. Complex, alluring, audacious, sublime -- it is not hy...

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  • General Fiction

    Dec-2013

    For the first in over 50 years, Harlan Ellison's second novel returns to print in a substantially revised and expanded form. Also included are three of Ellison's best long-form stories. This 336-page paperback features: The Sound of a Scythe, Harlan ...

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  • Science Fiction

    Dec-2013

    In the words of the great one: "I have just received my first two (only 2, so don't ask me for one) copies of LI'L HARLAN AND HIS SIDEKICK CARL THE COMET IN DANGER LAND, a swell 20-something page chapbook from Edgeworks Abbey in associatio...

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-2013

    Designed as both an introduction to Harlan Ellison's vast body of work and as a manual for would-be writers, Harlan 101 collects the best of the author's short fiction, seven essays on the craft of writing, and a collection of rarely seen oddities fr...

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-2013

    Rediscover the Early Ellison. This collection restores to print fifteen never-collected tales from the first dozen years of his career. Hard-hitting crime stories like “Thrill Kill,” “Girl at Gunpoint,” “Kill Joy,” “Knife/Death” and ...

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-2013

    This anthology assembles seventeen never-before-collected pulp stories from the 1950s. Includes-for the first time since its original publication in the April 1957 issue of SUPER-SCIENCE FICTION-"Invulnerable," which STEPHEN KING described as ..".one...

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  • Fantasy

    Jul-2013

    Harlan Ellison, science fiction's brightest luminary, has joined forces with multi-award winning artist Paul Chadwick, creator of the incomparable Concrete, to bring you SEVEN AGAINST CHAOS, a graphic novel that is singular, powerful and unpredictabl...

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  • General Fiction

    Jun-2013

    Raw, vital, uncompromising--here are portraits of the lost, the damned, the helpless, trying to get a handle on life. A startling collection of 'hip' stories by an impressive young writer, torn from the shadows of the twilight world. ...

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  • General Fiction

    Dec-2012

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  • General Fiction

    Dec-2012

    "The Region Between" first appeared in Galaxy back in 1970. It had originally been commissioned as one of a set of stories by different authors who all used a common starting point as set out in the story's prologue, written by Keith Laumer. Elliso...

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  • General Fiction

    Sep-2012

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  • Graphic Novel

    Jul-2012

    A legendary love that started small. The Hulk can find enemies anywhere, even on a sub-molecular level - but love long eluded him until his atom-shattering romance with Jarella! The tiniest of worlds offered him all that he ever desired - but when th...

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  • Science Fiction / Fantasy

    Nov-2011

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  • General Fiction

    Feb-2010

    High adventure and intrigue in the African jungle, on the high seas, and in the streets! There is always justice that needs to be served, whether it's in the present...or the past. Since 1936, The Phantom has been thrilling audiences who crave adve...

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  • General Fiction

    Aug-2009

    Harlan Ellison's Nebula Awardwinning story begins this postapocalyptic saga of Vic, a boy, Blood, his dog, and the telepathic union that binds them together in a struggle for survival. The cycle begins with Eggsucker, which chronicles the early ...

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  • General Fiction

    May-2009

    When he's down, kick for the head and groin. Avoid cops. Play it cool. There aren't many rules in the primer for gang kids, but they all count. They're all easily understood, because they use a simple and sound philosophy-it's a stinking life, so get...

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  • Horror

    May-2009

    Masterpieces of myth and terror about modern gods from technology to drugs to materialismfantasy at its most bizarre and unsettling ( The New York Times ). As Earth approaches Armageddon, a man embarks on a quest to confront God in the Hugo Awardw...

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  • General Fiction

    May-2009

    Eleven side trips to the dark edge of imagination by master storyteller Harlan Ellison, From the Land of Fear presents some of the author's early work from his start in the late fifties. Here you can see a vibrant, imaginative young writer honing h...

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  • General Fiction

    May-2009

    Herein lies in written form Harlan Ellison's Movie , the fulllength feature film Ellison created when a producer at 20th CenturyFox said, If we gave you the money, and no interference, what sort of movie would you write? Well, that producer is no lo...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-2007

    Ever wonder what it would be like to walk into someone else's mind and have a look around? Well, what if that person happened to be a brilliant storyteller whose imagination has captivated millions of readers over the past five decades? In the award-...

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  • Fantasy

    May-2006

    Mind Fields was originally conceived as a collection of Jacek Yerka's paintings, but when Harlan Ellison was approached to write the introduction, he was so overcome that instead he penned a short story for each piece. The result of this synergistic ...

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  • General Fiction

    Sep-2005

    This Hanukkah marks the fifteenth season of Hanukkah Lights: Stories of the Season, one of NPR's most popular holiday programs. The show has built a large and loyal following of listeners of all ages and all walks of life. Each year, Hanukkah Lights ...

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  • Mystery

    Jan-2004

    This irascible genius, this diminutive egghead scientist, known to the world as “The Thinking Machine,” is no less than the newly rediscovered literary link between Sherlock Holmes and Nero Wolfe: Professor Augustus S. F. X. Van Dusen, who—with...

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  • Science Fiction

    Nov-2001

    A special new all ages-appropriate collection of Ellison's short stories, selected especially for this volume by the author himself, featuring a number of stories that haven't seen print in over thirty years, some newly revised by Ellison. For the fi...

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  • Horror

    Aug-1997

    Harlan Ellison celebrates four decades of writing and publishes his seventieth book, this critically acclaimed, wildly imaginative, and outrageously creative collection. The Edgar Awardnominated novella Mefisto in Onyx is the centerpiece, surrounde...

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  • Science Fiction

    1996

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  • General Fiction

    Jan-1995

    The award-winning original teleplay that produced the most beloved episode of the classic Star Trek serieswith an introductory essay by the author . USS Enterprise Starfleet officers Capt. James T. Kirk and Mr. Spock escort a renegade criminal...

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  • Science Fiction

    Dec-1994

    Numerous attempts had been made to adapt Isaac Asimov's classic story-cycle, I, Robot, to the motion picture medium. All efforts failed. In 1977, producers approached multiple-award-winning author Harlan Ellison to take a crack at this impossible pro...

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  • Science Fiction

    1994

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  • Suspense

    Apr-1991

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-1991

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-1990

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  • Science Fiction / Fantasy

    Dec-1989

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  • General Fiction

    Oct-1985

    At the beginning of the 1980's Harlan Ellison agreed to do a regular column for the LA WEEKLY on the condition that they publish whatever he wrote, without revising it or suggesting rewrites. This collection collects what he wrote under those conditi...

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  • Fantasy

    1985

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  • General Fiction

    May-1984

    Pure, hundred‑proof distillation of Ellison. A righteous verbal high. Here you will find twenty of his very best stories and essays, including the four‑part ‘Scenes from the Real World,” an anecdotal history of the doomed TV series, The Starl...

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  • Science Fiction

    1984

    Originally published in 1962 and updated in later decades with a new introduction, Ellison Wonderland contains sixteen masterful stories from the author's early career. This collection shows a vibrant young writer with a wideranging imagination, fe...

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  • General Fiction

    Jan-1984

    Harlan Ellison—master essayist, gadfly, literary myth figure, and viewer of dark portent—has been, for the greater part of his life, a burr under the saddle of complacency. In this collection, his former assistant and confidante, Marty Clark, has...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-1984

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-1983

    Hemingway said, A man should never write what he doesn't know. In the midfifties, Harlan Ellisonkicked out of college and hungry to writewent to New York to start his career. It was a time of street gangs, rumbles, kids with switchblades, and zip gun...

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  • Science Fiction

    Sep-1983

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  • Science Fiction

    Aug-1983

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  • General Fiction

    Jun-1983

    In the late 1960s, Harlan Ellison launched a weekly column for the Los Angeles Free Press, where he uncompromisingly discussed the effects of television on modern society. He assaulted everything from television sitcoms to corrupt politicians, talk s...

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  • General Fiction

    May-1983

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  • General Fiction

    Nov-1982

    Ace Books paperback, 1983. An early collection of non-genre short stories, originally published in paperback in 1961. Most of the stories were written between 1957 and 1959, while the author was an army draftee. Foreword by Frank M. Robinson, introdu...

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  • Science Fiction

    Nov-1982

    Love has ten thousand names and a million different faces. History will surely agree that America's most destructive contribution to twentieth century living has been that damaged product called plastic romance. It twists and savages us. After a life...

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  • Science Fiction

    Oct-1982

    “One of the great living American short story writers” exposes the darkness of the human heart in these speculative tales of terror and tragedy (The Washington Post Book World).   A five-year-old boy never ages, living as an immortal in a past t...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-1976

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  • Horror

    Jan-1976

    Signet / New American Library, 1976. 1st printing, paperback. This collection of stories was first published in 1974. Foreward by Michael Chrichton, Introductions by the author, and these stories: Catman (1974); Cold Friend (1973); Ecowareness (1974)...

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  • Science Fiction

    Mar-1975

    Robert Heinlein says, ?This book is raw corn liquor ? you should serve a whiskbroom with each shot so the customer can brush the sawdust off after he gets up from the floor.? Perhaps a mooring cable might also be added as necessary equipment for read...

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  • General Fiction

    Feb-1975

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  • Science Fiction

    1975

    Tired of the everyday grind? Got a lousy tension head-ache? Having crazy thoughts about tossing your boss out a window, feeding your old man through the blender, bricking up your wife in the basement? Need an escape before you do something nasty? Her...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-1975

    The most honored anthology of fantastic fiction ever published featuring the works of such luminaries as: Isaac Asimov * Robert Silverberg * Philip Jos, Farmer * Robert Bloch * Philip K. Dick * Larry Niven * Fritz Leiber * Poul Anderson * Damon Knigh...

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  • Fantasy

    Nov-1973

    The classic companion to the most essential science fiction anthology ever published. 46 original stories edited with introductions by Harlan Ellison. Featuring: John Heidenry • Ross Rocklynne • Ursula K. Le Guin • Andrew J. Offutt • Gene Wol...

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  • Science Fiction

    Jan-1971

    Robert Bloch, Ben Bova, Algis Budrys, Avram Davidson, Samuel R. Delany, Joe L. Hensley, Keith Laumer, William Rotsler, Robert Sheckley, Robert Silverberg, Henry Slesar, Theodore Sturgeon, A. E. Van Vogt, Roger Zelazny, and Harlan Ellison, unassisted....

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  • in Blood is Not Enough

    Horror

    1968

    In this stunning new collection, GAHAN WILSON invites two hungry strangers to a beach party. One sports a grin, the other a saw... TANITH LEE invokes a dreadful demon in the mind of a love-starved woman ... JOE HALDEMAN carves a chilling verse of ter...

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  • Horror

    Jan-1961

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  • Science Fiction

    1958

    In 1957 in New York City, Harlan Ellison gave him-self a pseudonym and joined a Brooklyn street gang called the Barons. This is the story of what happened. You might think that the most important character of the novel would be Harlan Ellison, but yo...

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  • Horror

    Some of the world’s best-known authors of the fantastic and the mysterious explore the classic legend of the werewolf. From Mel Gilden’s gripping fable of a small town with werewolf fever, to Nancy Collins’s tale of a young boy unaware of the e...

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