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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

Garden City, Doubleday, 1986. A Double D Western set around the turn of the 20th century, and Lansdale's first book to be published in hardcover. Inscribed by Lansdale to fellow writer Stanley Wiater: "For Stan, Hope you enjoy your ride on [The Magic Wagon]. Thanks for the Fangoria interview. Joe R. Lansdale." Wiater's Gahan Wilson-designed bookplate front flyleaf; small scrape to rear board; foxing to top edge; near fine in a very near fine dust jacket with a few edge nicks. Wiater's interview with Lansdale appeared in a 1990 issue of Fangoria. A nice inscription and association, and one of the author's scarcer titles. [#029676] $400
Holyoke, Crossroads Press, (1992). A story by Lansdale, published as a limited edition with an introduction by the author and nine illustrations for it by nine different artists. This is a super-limited edition: supposedly issued in an edition of 500 numbered copies that were signed by the author alone, this is copy "A-23/23" and is not only signed by Lansdale but also signed by the eight artists: S. Clay Wilson, Elman Brown, A.C. Farley, Mark Masztal, Mark Nelson, Timothy Truman, and Michael Zulli. Stamp of another author inside the front cover; fine in stapled wrappers. An extremely rare edition of one of Lansdale's early stories, with the title character imaged by a group of well-respected fantasy artists, and signed by all. [#031423] $375
Holyoke, Crossroads Press, 1999. The uncorrected proof copy of this limited edition. Signed by the author. Comb-bound with both printed and acetate covers. Stamp of Stanley Wiater on half title; near fine in wrappers. Scarce. [#029498] $150
NY, DC Comics, 1995. The complete five part series of his second entry in the "Jonah Hex" series. Each issued is signed by Lansdale in gold ink on the front cover and is fine in stapled wrappers. [#031426] $150
NY, DC Comics, August - December, 1993. The complete five part series of this novel in comic book form, each part published once a month from August to December 1993; they were issued in one volume as a book in 1994. These represent Lansdale's first contribution to the series about Hex, a bounty hunter in the Old West; the series began in 1972; in 2010 the character was the basis for a Hollywood movie, Jonah Hex, with Josh Brolin, Megan Fox and John Malkovich, which was nominated for a Razzie, won "Worst Movie" of the year from the Houston Film Critics Society, and was nominated for the Alliance of Women Film Journalists' Hall of Shame Award. Each issue of Lansdale's novel is signed by Lansdale in gold ink on the front cover and is fine in stapled wrappers. An uncommon edition of Lansdale's first over-the-top entry in this science fiction/Western series, and scarce signed. [#031424] $150
Burton, Subterranean, 1997. A non-science fiction Western. Copy 346 of 500 copies signed by the author as both Lansdale and Slater and signed by Mark A Nelson who provided the dust jacket art. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#031427] $150
NY, Bantam, (1989). A publisher's copy (indicated as "P/C" on the colophon) of the limited edition, which was issued with a numbered limitation of 100 copies. Signed by Lansdale on the colophon. The colophon is laid in, having detached as the glue with which it was tipped in has dried. Glue stains at hinge and light spine crease, with the ownership stamp of Stanley Wiater inside the front cover. Very good in wrappers in publisher's slipcase. An uncommon issue of this paperback original. [#029494] $100
Arlington Heights, Dark Harvest, 1987. A publisher's copy (indicated as "P/C" on the colophon) of the deluxe edition, which was issued in a numbered limitation of 300 copies. This copy is signed by Lansdale and is also signed by Dean Koontz and by Gregory Manchess, who provide the introduction and the illustrations, respectively. Slightly musty, else fine in a near fine dust jacket and a very good, edge-stained slipcase. [#029493] $100
Baltimore, CD, 1994. The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. With a colophon of the limited edition, signed by Lansdale and the illustrator Mark A. Nelson laid in. Note: the proof does not include Nelson's illustration. [#031298] $100
Baltimore, CD Publications, 1996. The uncorrected proof copy. Fine in wrappers. [#031274] $70
NY, Bantam, (1989). The uncorrected proof copy. Inscribed by the author to Stanley Wiater prior to publication: "For Stan the Man -- My last sequel." Wiater's bookplate inside the front cover; edge-sunned with small crown bump; near fine in wrappers. [#029495] $70
Arlington Hts, Dark Harvest, 1987. Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket but for a small crimp to the crown. [#031278] $70
Austin, Mojo, (1996). Signed by Lansdale. Fine in wrappers. [#031255] $45
(Burton), Subterranean Press, 1998. The uncorrected proof copy. Long tape-repaired edge tear on rear cover; near fine in wrappers. [#031262] $45
(Milwaukee), Dark Horse Books, (1995). Signed by Lansdale. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#031291] $45
Urbana, Avatar, 2004. Inscribed by the author. Slight upper outer corner curl, else fine in wrappers. [#030938] $45
(NY), Warner, (1991). Signed by the author. 1/2 dime-sized loss to top layer of rear cover at top edge; else fine in wrappers. [#031258] $40
(Burton), Subterranean Press, 2003. An out of series copy from an edition of 750 copies in wrappers and 26 hardcovers, signed by the author. Additionally inscribed by Lansdale on the half title. Fine in stapled wrappers. [#029499] $40
NY, Quality Paperback Book Club, (1994). Signed by the author. Small label removal abrasion on half title, else fine in wrappers. [#031272] $40
(Burton), Subterranean Press, 1998. Of an edition of 750 copies, this is a Publisher's Copy ("PC"), signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#031261] $40
Holyoke, Crossroads Press, (1998). Copy 259 of 1000 numbered softcover copies signed by both authors. Fine in wrappers. [#031284] $35
Holyoke, Crossroads, (1998). One of 1000 copies of the trade paperback, this one an unnumbered Publisher's Copy ("PC"), signed by both authors. Fine in wrappers. [#030942] $35
Baltimore, CD Publications, 1992. Copy 519 of 750 copies signed by Lansdale and by Mark A. Neslon. Fine in a fine dust jacket and slipcase. [#031252] $30
NY, Bantam, (1989). Inscribed by the author. Stamp of another author inside the front cover. Near fine in wrappers with just one tiny corner nick, foxing to top edge and toning to pages. [#030940] $25
NY, Bantam, (1988). Copy 50 of 100 numbered copies signed by the author on a tipped-in leaf for The Overlook Connection. Stamp of another author inside the front cover; near fine in wrappers. [#030939] $25
NY, Carroll & Graf, (1995). First thus. Mild age toning to pages; else fine in wrappers. [#031254] $20
(NY), Mysterious Press/Warner, (1997). Signed by the author. Fine in a fine dust jacket. [#031256] $20
Boston, Little Brown, (1992). Signed by the author. Age toning to pages, else fine in wrappers. [#031257] $20
NY, Ace, (1993). Signed by the author. Near fine in wrappers. [#031259] $20
NY, Quality Paperback Book Club, (1994). Fine in wrappers. [#031271] $20
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