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THE GALLERY OF HIS DREAMS [A NOVELLA] [AXOLOTL PRESS SPECIAL EDITION] by  by Tim O'Sullivan]  and cover of the paper-bound edition - Paperback - Signed First Edition - 1991 - from biblioboy and Biblio.co.uk

THE GALLERY OF HIS DREAMS [A NOVELLA] [AXOLOTL PRESS SPECIAL EDITION]

by Rusch, Kristine Kathryn [introduction by Dean Wesley Smith] [limitation page artwork by George Barr] [photograph on the Dust Wrapper of the cloth-bound edition, and cover of the paper-bound edition, by Tim O'Sullivan]

Condition: Fine


Eugene: Axolotl Press / Pulphouse Publishing [1991]. Fine. 1991. First Edition. Trade Paperback. First edition of the author's first book. A special edition in the Axolotl Press series. This version is one of 525 paper-bound copies signed by both the author and by Dean Wesley Smith [introduction]. 80+ pages. Fine copy.; Signed by Author .


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