Harlan Ellison

  • Partners in Wonder ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1983

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    Partners in Wonder
  • All the Sounds of Fear ¤ Harlan Ellison

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    All the Sounds of Fear
  • Strange Wine ¤ Harlan Ellison

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    Strange Wine
  • Deathbird Stories ¤ Harlan Ellison

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    Deathbird Stories
  • Ellison Wonderland ¤ Harlan Ellison

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    Ellison Wonderland
  • From the Land of Fear ¤ Harlan Ellison

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    From the Land of Fear
  • The Time of the Eye ¤ Harlan Ellison

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    The Time of the Eye
  • The Time of the Eye ¤ Harlan Ellison

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  • Earthman, Go Home! ¤ Harlan Ellison

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    Earthman, Go Home!
  • Again, Dangerous Visions ¤ Harlan Ellison

    Over the course of his legendary career, Harlan Ellison has defied—and sometimes defined—modern fantasy literature, all while refusing to allow any genre to claim him. A Grand Master of the Science Fiction Writers of America, winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Horror Writers Association as well as winner of countless awards, ... [more]

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    Again, Dangerous Visions
  • Angry candy ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1988

    Sixteen stories by an innovative and visionary writer stretch across the farthest reaches of space and time, conjuring often bleak landscapes salvaged by faith in the future.

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    Angry candy
  • Approaching Oblivion ¤ Harlan Ellison

    Over the course of his legendary career, Harlan Ellison has defied—and sometimes defined—modern fantasy literature, all while refusing to allow any genre to claim him. A Grand Master of the Science Fiction Writers of America, winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Horror Writers Association, as well as winner of countless awards ... [more]

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    Approaching Oblivion
  • Paingod and Other Delusions ¤ Harlan Ellison

    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 reading these eight wonderful stories. They not only knock you down . . . they raise you to the s ... [more]

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    Paingod and Other Delusions
  • Memos from Purgatory ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1975

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    Memos from Purgatory
  • Shatterday ¤ Harlan Ellison

    Mercurial, belligerent, passionately in love with language and wild ideas, Harlan Ellison has won more awards for imaginative literature than any other living writer. Though his contemporary fantasies have been compared favorably with the dark visions of Borges, Barthelme, Poe, and Kafka, Ellison resists categorization with a vehemence tha ... [more]

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    Shatterday
  • The Glass Teat: Essays of Opinion on the Subject of Television ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1978

    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 shows to military massacres. Today, more than four decades later, almost all of his criticis ... [more]

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    The Glass Teat: Essays of Opinion on the Subject of Television
  • No Doors, No Windows ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1983

    You have nothing to fear but fear itself. The only trouble is, fear comes in so many different shapes and sizes these days—the rejection by a beautiful woman, the threat of impending nuclear holocaust, the erratic behavior of wackos walking the streets who only need a wrong word and there they go to the top of an apartment building with a ... [more]

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    No Doors, No Windows
  • The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1979

    “It crouches near the center of creation. There is no night where it waits. Only the riddle of which terrible dream will set it loose. It beheaded mercy to take possession of that place. It feasts on darkness from the minds of men. No one has ever seen its eyeless face. When it sleeps we know a few moments of peace. But when it breathes ag ... [more]

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    The Beast That Shouted Love at the Heart of the World
  • Dangerous Visions #1 ¤ Harlan Ellison

    Anthologies seldom make history, but Dangerous Visions is a grand exception. Harlan Ellison's 1967 collection of science fiction stories set an almost impossibly high standard, as more than a half dozen of its stories won major awards - not surprising with a contributors list that reads like a who's who of 20th-century SF: Evensong by Lest ... [more]

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    Dangerous Visions #1
  • Gentleman Junkie: And Other Stories of the Hung-Up Generation ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1982

    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 of discrimination, injustice, bigotry, and oppression by the police. Pulling from his own ex ... [more]

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    Gentleman Junkie: And Other Stories of the Hung-Up Generation
  • Dangerous Visions, Volume 3 ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1967

    Anthologies seldom make history, but Dangerous Visions is a grand exception. Harlan Ellison's 1967 collection of science fiction stories set an almost impossibly high standard, as more than a half dozen of its stories won major awards - not surpising with a contributor list that reads like a who's who of 20th-century SF: Samuel R. Delany, ... [more]

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    Dangerous Visions, Volume 3