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Here's the list of all the remaining trade paperbacks and hardcovers that I'm giving away. Let me know if you want any! Free books, free shipping!

Each batch below has a link to the original post in case you want to see a picture of the covers or spines.

As usual, anything crossed out below has been claimed.

In the interest of being able to post this list at work, I've rot13d a few NSFW words. If you want to see the original titles of those books, or the covers, then click the links to see the original entries.

Batch 1: Asimov to Christian

  • Isaac Asimov, ed.: Before the Golden Age
  • Isaac Asimov, Charles G. Waugh, and Martin H. Greenberg, ed.: The Seven Deadly Sins of Science Fiction
  • Arthur Avalon: The Serpent Power
  • Frederick Barthelme: Natural Selection
  • Philip E. Baruth: The X President (uncorrected proof)
  • Martin Battersby: The Decorative Twenties
  • Greg Bear: Eternity
  • Marie Berrondo: Mathematical Games
  • Elliott Blackiston: Short Story Writing for Profit
  • Reginald Bretnor, ed.: Modern Science Fiction: Its Meaning and Its Future
  • Britannica: Encyclopedia Britannica Almanac 2006
  • Fredric Brown: The Best of Fredric Brown
  • Vicki Brown and Chris Nandor: Macperl: Power and Ease (includes CD-ROM)
  • John Brunner: Players at the Game of People
  • Anthony Burgess: Earthly Powers
  • David J Burrows, Frederick R. Lapides, and John T. Shawcross: Myths and Motifs in Literature
  • Frederick Busch: A Dangerous Profession: A Book About the Writing Life
  • Ernie Bushmiller: The Best of Ernie Bushmiller's Nancy
  • Rachel E. Carr: Stepping Stones to Japanese Floral Art
  • Jonathan Carroll: The Marriage of Sticks
  • Paul Carus: History of the Devil and the Idea of Evil
  • M. Christian: Love Without Gun Control (NSFW)

Batch 2: Clarke to Finney

  • Arthur C. Clarke: Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds
  • Vicki Cobb: How to Really Fool Yourself: Illusions for All Your Senses
  • Martin Connors and Jim Craddock: VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever 1999: The Complete Guide to Movies on Videocassette, Laserdisc, and DVD
  • Steven Daniels: How Two Gerbils, Twenty Goldfish, Two Hundred Games, Two Thousand Books, and I Taught Them How to Read
  • Jack Van Buren Dann and Jack Dann, ed.: In the Field of Fire
  • Kamala Devi: The Eastern Way of Love: Gnagevp Frk naq Rebgvp Zlfgvpvfz (NSFW)
  • Philip K. Dick: Dr. Bloodmoney
  • Philip K. Dick: Radio Free Albemuth
  • Nik Douglas and Penny Slinger: Frkhny Frpergf: Gur Nypurzl bs Rpfgnfl (NSFW)
  • Levi H. Dowling: The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus the Christ
  • Gardner R. Dozois, ed.: The Year's Best Science Fiction: First Annual Collection
  • Albert Einstein: Ideas and Opinions
  • Harlan Ellison, ed.: Medea: Harlan's World
  • W. Y. Evans-Wentz: The Tibetan Book of the Dead
  • Al Ewing and Lee Garbet: Loki: Agent of Asgard: Trust Me
  • Mick Farren: Words of Wisdom
  • Wing F Fing: Shpx, Lrf! (NSFW)
  • Jack Finney: The Night People

Batch 3: Grahame to Merritt

  • Kenneth Grahame: The Golden Age
  • Kathryn Harrison: The Kiss
  • Tom Hayes: You Can Make a Difference in Silicon Valley
  • Royal Vale Heath: Mathemagic: Magic, Puzzles, and Games with Numbers
  • Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson: Dune: Whipping Mek (booklet/short story) (not pictured here)
  • Godfrey Hodgson: America in Our Time
  • J. A. H. Hunter and Joseph S. Madachy: Mathematical Diversions
  • John Irving: A Prayer for Owen Meany
  • Erica Jong: Witches
  • James Joyce: Ulysses
  • Josh Kilmer-Purcell: I Am Not Myself These Days: A Memoir
  • James J. Kilpatrick: The Writer's Art
  • Morris Kline: Mathematics and the Physical World
  • Keith Laumer: The Other Side of Time
  • David Leavitt: A Place I've Never Been
  • Susan R. Matthews: Jurisdiction: An Episode and an Incident
  • Merriam-Webster: Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary
  • A. Merritt: The Face in the Abyss

Batch 4: Milstead to Schlosser

  • John W. Milstead, Martin Harry Greenberg, Joseph D. Olander, and Patricia Warrick, ed.: Sociology Through Science Fiction
  • Marvin Minsky: The Society of Mind
  • Richard Mitchell: The Leaning Tower of Babel and Other Affronts from the Underground Grammarian (note: not actually about grammar)
  • Jerry Joyce and Marianne Moon: Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0: At a Glance
  • Nancy Jane Moore: Changeling
  • Geoffrey Mott-Smith: Mathematical Puzzles, for Beginners and Enthusiasts
  • Bruno Munari: Discovery of the Circle
  • John Myers Myers: The Moon's Fire-Eating Daughter
  • Peter Nicholls, ed.: The Science Fiction Encyclopedia
  • Larry Niven: The Ringworld Engineers
  • Larry Niven: A World Out of Time
  • June Noble and William Noble: Steal This Plot
  • Patricia T. O'Conner: Words Fail Me: What Everyone Who Writes Should Know about Writing
  • Mokichi Okada: Foundations of Paradise
  • Mokichi Okada: The Light From the East
  • Porter G. Perrin: Writer's Guide and Index to English, Fourth Edition
  • Information Please: 1993 Information Please Almanac
  • Frederik Pohl: The Annals of the Heechee
  • Tom Powell: Basics
  • Wilhelm Reich: The Bion Experiments on the Origin of Life
  • Wilhelm Reich: The Invasion of Compulsory Frk-Zbenyvgl
  • Constance Reid: From Zero to Infinity
  • Dennis Roberson: Winning 42: Strategy & Lore of the National Game of Texas
  • Bernie Roehl, Justin Couch, Cindy Reed-Ballreich, Tim Rohaly, and Geoff Brown: Late Night VRML 2.0 with Java
  • Bernard Roseman: LSD: The Age of Mind
  • Saralee Rosenberg: A Little Help from Above
  • Roxio: Toast 5 Titanium User's Guide
  • Eric Schlosser: Fast Food Nation: The Dark Side of the All-American Meal

Batch 5: Shakespeare to Zopol

  • William Shakespeare: Complete Works of William Shakespeare
  • Art Shefte: Shefte's Rapid Course in Modern Piano Playing
  • University of Chicago Press Staff: The Chicago Manual of Style, 14th Edition
  • Ivan Stang: High Weirdness by Mail
  • Theodore Sturgeon: Sturgeon Is Alive and Well...
  • Tricia Sullivan: Maul
  • Malba Tahan: The Man Who Counted: A Collection of Mathematical Adventures
  • Anna Thomas: Vegetarian Epicure Book Two
  • Hunter S Thompson: Songs of the Doomed
  • Irving D. Tressler: How to Lose Friends and Alienate People
  • Boris Vallejo: Mirage (NSFW)
  • Mary-Claire Van¬†Leunen: Handbook for Scholars
  • Various¬†Authors: Springs of Indian Wisdom
  • Vernor Vinge: Across Realtime
  • Larry Wall, Randal L. Schwartz: Programming Perl
  • Homer A. Watt, Karl J. Holzknecht, and Raymond Ross: Outlines of Shakespeare's Plays
  • D. G. Wells: Recreations in Logic
  • H. G. Wells: The Outline of History
  • Walter Jon Williams: Aristoi
  • Robert Anton Wilson: Wilhelm Reich in Hell
  • Felicia Zopol: The 10 Secrets to Terng Frk (NSFW)

4 Comments

I would take Aristoi, because I am oddly conflicted and intrigued by Walter Jon Williams.


Done!


I would take the Brunner Game of People and Nancy Jane Moore's Changeling but I suspect I am far away from you so we'd have to coordinate postage.


Done! I'm happy to cover shipping; just email me your papermail address. (You can use the "Email Jed" link at the top of this page.)


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