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Zagava´s books transcend the boundaries of the weird, the supernatural, the decadent and mystical.

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“The Prozess Manifestations” by Mark Samuels

“In This Glass House” by Thomas Phillips

Der Orchideengarten

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“The Curious Case of Jan Torrentius” by Brian Howell

“The House of Silence” by Avalon Brantley

The Sketchbook of Stanislav Szukalsk

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The Hauntings at Tankerton Park – Handprinted Cards

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Booklore

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Booklore (26 lettered Edition)

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Erith by Quentin S. Crisp

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“The Uncertainty of All Earthly Things” by Mark Valentine

“The Uncertainty of All Earthly Things” by Mark Valentine (numbered edition)

“The Uncertainty of All Earthly Things” by Mark Valentine (numbered edition)

58,00 EUR

(including trackable worldwide airmail shipping)

This is his first short story collection for five years and offers twelve previously uncollected stories and an unpublished journal of story ideas and reading notes. His fiction ranges from the Triple Headed King of Sancreed, Cornwall to the unknown god of Palmyra, from a Venusian commodore to the lost composer of Stonehenge, and takes us on a search for the cockatrice and a quest for books not found in any library.
All of the stories suggest that other dimensions may be encountered in the most unexpected ways, whether through the hymn-singing of an old tramp, or as part of a Shakespeare play. And in the previously unpublished ‘Notes on the Border’, Valentine explores bookshops, old churches, folklore and the uncanny, with insights into stories as yet unwritten..

To the Eternal One
The Key to Jerusalem
Listening to Stonehenge
Goat Songs
Zabulo
In Cypress Shades
The Mask of the Dead Mammilius
Yes, I Knew the Venusian Commodore
The Scarlet Door
Vain Shadows Flee
The Uncertainty of All Earthly Things
as blank as the days yet to be
Notes on the Border (previously unpublished)

“The Uncertainty of All Earthly Things” will come in an hardcover edition of 199 numbered and 26 lettered deluxe exemplars.

It has 228 pages and comes with a silk book mark.

The lettered edition will be signed by Mark Valentine and is bound hand marbled paper.

Price of the numbered edition: 58.00 Euro (49.00 Euro plus 9.00 Euro shipping)
Price of the lettered edition: 277.00 Euro (268.00 Euro plus 9.00 Euro shipping)
Shipping will start end of January/begin of Februar.

“The Uncertainty of All Earthly Things” by Mark Valentine (lettered edition)

277,00 EUR

(including trackable worldwide airmail shipping)

“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed

“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed (numbered edition)

“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed (numbered edition)

58,00 EUR

(including trackable worldwide airmail shipping)

“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed is an outrageously controversial memoir, about his life in London from the early eighties, which celebrates the brilliant losers and a life lived on the edge of the edge.
Called by the Independent ‘British poetry’s glam spangly shape-shifting answer to David Bowie’ Jeremy Reed is a unique phenomenon in poetry – a romantic bandit fuelled with Rimbaud’s visionary impulse.

“Bandit Poet” will come in an edition of 170 numbered hardcover exemplars.
It has 316 pages and will have a silk book mark.

The lettered edition will be signed by Jeremy Reed, is bound in a stunning fabric with a moire effect and bears an embedded mirror.

Price of the numbered edition: 58.00 Euro (49.00 Euro plus 9.00 Euro shipping)
Price of the lettered edition: 277.00 Euro (268.00 Euro plus 9.00 Euro shipping)

“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed (lettered edition)

“Bandit Poet” by Jeremy Reed (lettered edition)

277,00 EUR

(including trackable worldwide airmail shipping)