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over 60 art pieces by Thomas Yeates
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John Carter of Mars 
John Carter of Mars (Library of Wonder): 
A Princess of Mars, 
The Gods of Mars, 
The Warlord of Mars
by Edgar Rice Burroughs, 
Thomas Yeates (Illustrator), 
Michael Ashley (Introduction)
Hardcover ~ 504 pages
$12.98 Membership discounts apply
Available at your local Barnes & Noble store

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"The Edgar Rice Burroughs Collector's Pocket Checklist" 
8th Edition
compiled by Huck Huckenpöhler

This new edition 
-- the first since 2006 -- 
contains over 5,800 listings, 
a 30% increase over the previous edition. 

The cost is $15 plus $1 for postage, total $16. 
Cheques may be sent to:

J. G. Huckenpöhler
2122 California St. N. W.
Washington, D. C. 20008 

Update from Jerry Schneider's ERBville Press

Cover art by Jeff DotenUnder the Moons of Mars in the Uniform Edition Series has been published by Jerry Schneider's ERBville Press. For more information on this edition and many more releases check

"This is the seminal novel of Edgar Rice Burroughs, famous author of Tarzan of the Apes. John Carter of Earth and his adventures on Barsoom and his romance with Dejah Thoris, a princess of Mars. Fully illustrated with the artwork of Jeff Doten, including a beautiful color frontispiece. The text is the original All Story pulp magazine version." 

The Pulpville Press line reprints many of the old-time pulp writers, including ERB, Otis Adelbert Kline, Ralph Milne Farley, and others. All of these works are released in 6x9 inch trade paperbacks and 6x9 inch hardcovers with dust jackets. Again, check the above web site, click on "Pulpville Press", and then on the author you are interested in. Currently, there are 33 ERB's available, 7 Farley's, 2 Kline's, and many more for other authors.

All of the ERB reprints are from their first magazine appearance or some other early appearance and the Pulpville line is now reprinting the newspaper versions of ERB's stories. All of these versions (magazine and newspaper) are different from the hardcover versions, and none of them are the "censored" Tarzan versions. Virtually all of the books come with their original illustrations, both interior and exterior (some have new or old/new artwork if the original version had no artwork).

There is a softcover and hardcover version of the book by Richard C. Spargur which compares "Tarzan of the Apes" magazine text versus book text, which is sold at cost. Jerry Schneider's own "Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Silver Screen" series (vol. 1 and 4) is available in both softcover and hardcover. And there is a variety of other items available, including a few calendars.

Me, Jane... Not You!
by Lydie M Denier
Award winning Hollywood actor, model and writer
 Magellan Books is proud to host an historic expose of Hollywood and the making of the of the hit 1990s Tarzan series, exquisitely told by Lydie M Denier, the iconic modern Jane. 

Writing with freshness, integrity and sometimes startling honesty, Denier exposes the real story behind the glamor of the modern TV / film industryand provides incalculable insight into the people who inhabit that world.

Read the Coast Magazine Web Exclusive HERE

Part I is now available for immediate download for $12.95 at:

For Sale:
Edgar Rice Burroughs Quarterly, Vol. 1, #1, Fall, 1982.

Published by George McWhorter as a precursor to his current Burroughs Bulletin Quarterly begun in 1990.  Measures 9" by 6" and is in good condition with no tears or stains.  Cover and several pages in color.  Interesting interview with illustrator Burne Hogarth.

Contact for more information or to make offer. 

Will include rough copy of the Grossett & Dunlap edition of Tarzan and the Lost Empire

$40 asking price for both with $5 for UPS shipping.

We are antiquarian booksellers and members of the ABA and ILAB.    We have recently acquired a very good copy of the 1st edition, 1st state, of the above title.    We believe that it might be of interest to Burroughs bibliophiles and we would be grateful if you could tell us how we can bring it to their attention. 
Tony Yablon
Ian Hodgkins & Co Ltd

BURROUGHS, EDGAR RICE - TARZAN OF THE APES. Pub. Chicago, A.C. McClurg & Co., 1914. 1st edn. 1st state (without acorn on bkstrip)., B&w pictorial title page. pp. (vii) + 401, 2 blank leaves rear. Dark red cloth with gilt titling fr. cvr. & bkstrip. 7 1/4 x 4 3/4". (Re-cased with thin line down bkstrip. - lower corner tips worn & fr. corner sl. bruised - fr. eps. repr'd at hinge - light thumbing & sl. mark contents) v.g. copy - preserved in full maroon morocco solander box, raised bands with gilt titling & decor. panels on bkstrip., decor. git borders both cvrs. & central sunken parchment onlay with colour-washed reproduction of the title page thereon. US$2,600

Outskirts Press
As a tribute to Edgar Rice Burroughs,
the centerpiece of the new book 
Other Countries/Other Worlds
is the story 
"Barsoom Isn't What It Used To Be."
The new book, by Louis Fried, 
is published by Outskirts Press. 
More information is available at

Louis Fried
The long-awaited, gorgeous, Paintings of J. Allen St. John book from Vanguard will premier at the San Diego Comic-Con July 24-27 (Vanguard booth 1607), and at the Worldcon / World Science Fiction Convention in Denver Colorado August 6-10 in Denver, Colorado (Shasta-Phoenix booth). Talents appearing at the Vanguard booth in 2008 include Comic Book Hall of Fame, The Shadow, Indiana Jones and Captain America artist-writer-historian-escape artist, Jim Steranko. 

Also appearing are Tarzan paperback cover artist Neal Adams; Catwoman, Batman and Master of Kung Fu artist, Paul Gulacy; and artist Michael Golden. The world premiere St. John book features classic and never-seen works by the great Edgar Rice Burroughs, pulp-fiction, and Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame artist. The authors of the definitive volume, Stephen D. Korshak and J. David Spurlock, will be on hand to autograph. Stop by Vanguard booth 1607 this year to see what other surprise guests turn up, get news on upcoming Joe Kubert and Frank Frazetta books.

The bulk shipment of the St. John books will arrive at the port of New York July 30. Advance orders will be mailed about a week later. The book will be in stores around Aug 15.

The genuine leather bound, suede slipcased, gold gilt, limited ULTRA edition signed by the late Hugo award winning author Jack Williamson, Danton Burroughs and other contributors will be available, exclusively from Vanguard, shortly thereafter.

University of Nebraska Bison Press Books
The ERB titles from the Bison Frontiers of Imagination series
Essay by Phillip R. Burger
Contains a final chapter by Phillip R. Burger
Essay by Phillip R. Burger
Afterword by Phillip R. Burger
Afterword by Phillip R. Burger
Afterword by Phillip R. Burger
The above collage of ERB Bison books was featured in
ERBzine 1517
Setting the Record Straight: An Interview of a Burroughs Expert
at the
University of Nebraska Press (Bison Books) blog
Blog host, Maureen Moynihan interviews Bill Hillman
The Webmaster/Editor of the Official ERB Websites & Webzines

Phil Normand has just finished the fourth in his series of alternate dust jackets for Edgar Rice Burroughs collectors.

This new dust jacket for the Canaveral Press edition of JOHN CARTER OF MARS is designed using J. Allen St. John's cover from the "Amazing Stories" magazine of January, 1941 which first published the novelette, "John Carter and the Giant of Mars." It has been known since 1963 that the actual author of the story was Burroughs' artist son, John Coleman Burroughs, and in honor of that fact Normand has designed the titling and author lettering of the jacket using J.C. Burroughs' logo and signature from his "John Carter of Mars" Sunday comic strip. The spine art uses a portrait panel of John Carter from the strip and is designed to match up with the penultimate volume in the Mars series, LLANA OF GATHOL published by Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. in 1948.

Normand has previously created alternate dust jackets for SAVAGE PELLUCIDAR, THUVIA, MAID OF MARS and A FIGHTING MAN OF MARS which bring together art references of bibliographic importance to the books, thereby creating truly alternate "might-have-been" dust jackets and not just redesigns.

The new JOHN CARTER OF MARS dust jacket is priced at $40.00 + $6.00 packing & shipping. It may be ordered by check or money order from:
Normand Design, P.O. Box 8436, Denver, CO 80201-8436.

Or visit to see the rest of the alternate jackets and the complete catalog of high-quality restorations of A.C. McClurg dust jackets for the novels of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Phil Normand
Normand Design & Recoverings
Recoverings Replica Dust Jackets


(A lovingly-created FACSIMILE)

This is a totally faithful reprinted edition of the famous October, 1912 issue of "The All-Story" pulp magazine – which, of course, includes the very first appearance of Tarzan of the Apes.

Reproduced with painstaking detail, complete with all the house-ads, this publication will preserve forever Edgar Rice Burroughs' famous Tarzan debut from 1912 (two years before the novel was published).  There are only EIGHT known copies of the ORIGINAL printing in existence.  To ensure the preservation of this historic edition, a private publisher (John Clayton Cochran) personally took on the responsibility of reproducing it.

The All-Story Facsimile has sold out worldwide, but one retailer (Michael Wilson) has a small stockpile of new, never-out-of-the-box copies.  Michael would like to make these last few copies available to Edgar Rice Burroughs fans at a reasonable price. You can help to preserve the original form in which Tarzan was born by purchasing this for your collection, or for your children or grandchildren. 

"The All-Story" has a full-color front and back cover; it is full size, complete with all house-ads and other features.  This is a 100% faithful-to-the-original facsimile edition!

BUY YOUR COPY OF THE ALL-STORY OCTOBER, 1912, FACSIMILE AT THE SPECIAL COLLECTOR’S PRICE OF $19.85 (Shipping via United States Postal Service in a Priority Mail book box costs $5.15, so your total cost will be $25.00).

You can pay via PayPal, cashier’s check, or money order.  Please send your shipping information along with your order to:
MICHAEL WILSON ~ P.O. Box 575 ~ West Plains, MO  65775
Contact me and make PayPal payments to:

by Peter Coogan with an Introduction by Denny O'Neil 

An exhaustive and entertaining study of the superhero genre, this volume traces the roots of the superhero in mythology, science fiction, and the pulps, and follows the superhero’s development to its current renaissance in film, literature, and graphic novels.
The book contains much Tarzan reference material of interest to ERB fans.

Paperback: 400 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 9 ~ ISBN: 1-932265-18-X
List Price: $15.95
Available at:

J.P. McGowan: Biography of a Hollywood Pioneer
by John J. McGowan

J.P. McGowan (1880–1952) (director of Tarzan and the Golden Lion) was one of Hollywood’s most prolific pioneers: actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and industrial advocate for the motion picture industry. This work covers a screen career spanning 30 years and over 600 productions from the dawn of the Silent Era. It chronicles his entire life and places him within the context of the times in which he lived and worked. The work includes photographs, illustrations, notes, filmography, bibliography, and index. More>>
ISBN 0-7864-1994-6  ~ 230pp. softcover (7 x 10) 2005 ~ US$39.95
Order from:
McFarland & Company Inc. Jefferson, North Carolina
John J. McGowan ~ PO Box 3190 ~ Norwood ~ South Australia 5067 ~ Tel +61-8-8431 1235

A book autographed by ERB during WWII in Australia about to appear on eBay
"I have a copy of 'Pellucidar'  in my possession which was signed for me in January 1943 by the author during his visit to Australia as a US war correspondent. At the time I was working for MGM, in their Sydney office.  There is a reference to this visit at
"The book was published by Methuen & Co. Ltd. London, England in 1935. Cover, binding and pages are all intact, there is some light foxing on the pages and minor scuff marks on the cover.  The book is a ‘cheap’ edition, is not illustrated and there is no dust jacket. I can also supply photocopies of correspondence on MGM letterhead which definitely establishes my employment at that time and place. 

 "I was not able to speak to the great man personally, being a very junior employee at the time, only seventeen.  My boss obligingly asked him for me and he very graciously obliged. Incidentally, in September of that year I enlisted in the R.A.A.F. returning briefly to MGM after the war ended."

Keith Keohane

Anyone interested in obtaining this book before it goes to auction may contact Mr. Keohane in Australia at:
has a multitude of rare ERB books and collectibles.
See the current list in WORD or Rich Text format.
Chad S. Reingold
Heritage Book Shop, Inc.
8540 Melrose Ave. ~ Los Angeles, CA 90069
(310) 659-3674 ~ Fax (310) 659-4872

Farmerphile: The Magazine of Philip José Farmer
Published by Michael Croteau
Edited by Christopher Paul Carey and Paul Spiteri

Farmerphile is a quarterly magazine completely dedicated to works by and about Philip José Farmer. It features the unpublished novel UP FROM THE BOTTOMLESS PIT, a suspense-thriller about the ultimate disaster in the oil industry, serialized over the first ten issues. These ten issues will also include other unpublished stories, speeches and letters by Farmer himself, as well as articles about the Grand Master and his work from his fans and peers. Farmerphile is fabulously illustrated by such talented artists as Jason Robert Bell, Charles Berlin, Keith Howell, and Karl Kauffman.

Each issue is $10. The first three issues are in print and available. Later issues can be paid for now or as they come out.


You can PayPal $10 to (that includes shipping in the US or Canada). If you would rather mail the payment, email Mike first with your address. Please email about postage costs first if you are not in the US or Canada.

Also, if you are not already on the newsletter list be sure to sign up.
There is about one newsletter a month and this way you will know the moment the next issue of Farmerphile is available.

Pearls from Peoria
by Philip Jose Farmer
Pearls from Peoria assembles over sixty previously uncollected pieces of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and autobiography that demonstrate the extraordinary range and vitality of Philip José Farmer’s imagination. Included are ERB-related articles: 
  • The Princess of Terra
  • The Golden Age and the Brass
  • An Appreciation of Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • The Arms of Tarzan
  • The Two Lord Ruftons
  • A Reply to "The Red Herring"
  • The Great Lorak Time Discrepancy
  • The Lord Mountford Mystery
  • From ERB to YGG
  • A Language for Opar
  • The Purple Distance
For full ordering information visit 
The Suberranean Press Site

Treasure Trove of Edgar Rice Burroughs Letters Discovered
Brother Men: The Correspondence of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Herbert T. Weston
edited and with an introduction by Matt Cohen
Ed with lifelong friend Bert Weston and wife Margaret
Imagine scholar Matt Cohen's surprise when, on a visit to his grandmother's Nebraska home, he discovered a collection of hundreds of letters, photographs, telegrams, postcards and drawings saved by his great-grandfather Herbert T. Weston. They documented a nearly fifty-year friendship between Weston and one of America's most popular authors, Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Since Weston kept carbon copies of his own letters, the material comprises a record of a lifelong friendship that had begun in the 1890s, when the two men met in military school. In these letters, Burroughs and Weston discuss their experiences of family, work, war, disease and health, sports and new technology over a time period spanning two World Wars, the Great Depression, and widespread political change. Their exchanges provide a window into the personal writings of the legendary creator of Tarzan and reveal Burroughs's ideas about race, nation, and what it meant to be a man in early-twentieth-century America.

The Burroughs-Weston letters trace a fascinatingly interwoven emotional and business relationship that evolved as the two men and their wives engaged in joint capital ventures, traveled frequently, and navigated the difficult waters of child-rearing, divorce, and aging. Brother Men includes never-before-published images, annotations, and a critical introduction in which Cohen explores the significance of the sustained emotional male friendship evident in the letters. Rich with insights related to visual culture and media technologies, consumerism, the history of the family, the history of authorship and readership, and the development of the West, these letters make it clear that Tarzan was only one small part of Edgar Rice Burroughs's broad engagement with modern culture.

This is the first collection of Edgar Rice Burroughs' s letters ever published. The archive at Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc. is tightly controlled and scholars have not been allowed to publish the documents stored there. Brother Men is a vital contribution to our understanding of one of America's most popular and best-loved authors.

Acknowledgments (excerpt)

Reproducing a correspondence as historically and visually rich as this one takes much work, and work of many different kinds. But without Danton Burroughs -- his enthusiasm for the project, his help in filling out the collection, his willingness to allow the letters to be published -- there would have been no work to do. Danton's reflections on his family, and the expert assistance of the staff at Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., came at a crucial time in the development of this project.

For more information on this new release see:

Brother Men 
edited and with an introduction by Matt Cohen
280 pages 
17 illustrations

ISBN 0-8223-3541-7
$21.95 trade paperback
Publication date: May 2005

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Released by Dark Horse Comics
Tarzan: The Joe Kubert Years Volume 1
Few artists can capture visceral action sequences and the dynamic human form like Joe Kubert, and his expressive talents are fully realized in his 1970s Tarzan comics. This beautiful archive collection-with an introduction by Kubert and color restoration based off of Tatjana Wood's original colors-is a must-have for fans of timeless adventure tales and Joe Kubert's undeniable intensity and skill. Beginning with this first volume, Dark Horse's hardcover series reprints Kubert's entire Tarzan work. Join us on these primal adventures, as Tarzan discovers the pleasures and perils of the African wilds ... and the many dangers posed by both man and beast! Joe Kubert's Tarzan, Volume One, reprints issues 207 through 214 of the 1970s run, featuring "Origin of the Ape Man" (a bold adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' first Tarzan novel), "Jungle Tales of Tarzan," and other stories inspired by Burroughs' books-all written and drawn by the legendary Joe Kubert!
• Introduction by Joe Kubert!
• A great reference for students of comics art and the human form in action!
• Represents a key period in Kubert's career, when he was juggling roles as Tarzan's editor, writer, and artist. 

ISBN:    1-59307-404-2 
Format:    Hard cover, 200pg , Full color, 6 1/4" x 10 1/4" 
Price:    $49.95 
Order at:

See the Illustrated Bibliography of this series at:

Tarzan: The Joe Kubert Years 
Volume 2 in Hard Cover 
By: Joe Kubert
A stunning, five-part adaptation of Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Return of Tarzan highlights this archival collection, which reprints Joe Kubert's Tarzan comics, issues 215 through 224. With color restoration based off of Tatjana Wood's original colors, this beautiful hardcover is a must-have for fans of pulse-pounding adventure tales and students of the graphic narrative. Writing, drawing, and editing a monthly Tarzan comic-book series in the 1970s, Joe Kubert was able to illustrate the adventures of his childhood hero and produce some of the most engaging pages of his career. Tarzan: The Joe Kubert Years Volume 2, also includes "Death is My Brother," "The Renegades," "The Black Queen," and other dynamic stories inspired by Burroughs' classic books.

• Reprinting Tarzan issues #215-#224 (originally published by DC Comics)
• Introduction by Joe Kubert!
• A great reference tome for students of comics art and the human form in action!

See Volume 1
Genre: Action/Adventure

See the Preview Pages
Publication Date: Mar 29, 2006 
Format: Hard cover, 208 pages, Full color, 6 1/4" x 10 1/4" 
Price: $49.95 
Age range: 12+ 
ISBN: 1-59307-416-6
Order from the Dark Horse Site

Barsoom by Richard A. Lupoff ~ Gryphon Books 2001, (subtitled: Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Martian Vision), first new edition in 30 years, new trade pb of this classic book on the Martian novels, the John Carter books of Edgar Rice Burroughs, a great, fun, scholarly work, with great new cover art and interior illos by George Barr, as new, Fine.; non-fiction; SF, Fantasy; Collectible Books; $16.00 

Richard A. Lupoff ~ Gryphon Books, First Book Edition, this book is a thrilling and fun collection of classic non-fiction peices by this collectable and well-known sf and mystery author about his stellar career, famous friend writers in the Sf and mystery field, material on Philip K. Dick, Edgar Rice Burroughs, more, as well as articles about working in a book store, teaching writing in prison, many wonderful reminiscences, 180pp trade paperback with color dust jacket, as new, Fine, INQUIRE -- TEMP OUT OF PRINT!; non-fiction; Gryphon Books; Collectible Books; $16.00


   In his classic “biographies” of fictional characters (Tarzan Alive and Doc Savage: His Apocalyptic Life), Hugo- and Nebula-award winning author Philip José Farmer introduced the Wold Newton family, a collection of heroes and villains whose family-tree includes Sherlock Holmes, Fu Manchu, Philip Marlowe, Lord Greystoke, and James Bond. In books, stories, and essays he expanded the concept even further, adding more branches to the Wold Newton family-tree. MYTHS FOR THE MODERN AGE: PHILIP JOSÉ FARMER’S WOLD NEWTON UNIVERSE, edited by Win Scott Eckert, collects for the first time those rarely-seen essays. Expanding the family even farther are contributions from Farmer’s successors—scholars, writers, and pop-culture historians—who bring even more fictional characters into the fold.

This is a first-of-its-kind anthology, containing nine previously uncollected and hard-to-find essays by Philip José Farmer. Thirteen other "post-Farmerian" writers also contribute to and expand upon Farmer's Wold Newton mythos.

“I realized when I had the idea for a cosmic event linking and explaining the origin of my favorite pulp characters, that the tentacles were going to reach very far and wide. I am very impressed with the ingenuity and research Mr. Eckert and his colleagues have shown in expanding my universe. I’m just waiting for them to prove that I am also part of the extended family.” ~ Philip José Farmer, back cover of MYTHS FOR THE MODERN AGE

    Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Myths for the Modern Age: Farmer’s Wold Newton Family and Shared Universe Win Scott Eckert
  • Wold-Newtonry: Theory and Methodology for the Literary Archaeology of the Wold Newton Universe Dr. Peter M. Coogan
  • The Arms of Tarzan (The English Nobleman whom Edgar Rice Burroughs called John Clayton, Lord Greystoke) Philip José Farmer
  • The Secret History of Captain Nemo Rick Lai
  • From Pygmalion to Casablanca: The Higgins Genealogy Mark K. Brown
  • A Reply To "The Red Herring" Philip José Farmer
  • The Daughters of Greystoke Chuck Loridans
  • The Green Eyes Have It - Or Are They Blue? or Another Case of Identity Recased Christopher Paul Carey
  • The Two Lord Ruftons Philip José Farmer
  • Kiss of the Vampire John A. Small
  • Name of A Thousand Blue Demons Cheryl L. Huttner
  • The Great Korak-Time Discrepancy Philip José Farmer
  • Asian Detectives in the Wold Newton Family Dennis E. Power
  • This Shadow Hanging Over Me Is No Trick Of The Light Jess Nevins
  • The Lord Mountford Mystery Philip José Farmer
  • The Magnificent Gordons Mark K. Brown
  • The Legacy of the Fox: Zorro in the Wold Newton Universe Matthew Baugh
  • From ERB To Ygg Philip José Farmer
  • Who's Going to Take Over the World When I'm Gone? (A Look at the Genealogies of Wold Newton Family Super-Villains and Their Nemeses)
  • Win Scott Eckert Jungle Brothers, Or, Secrets Of The Jungle Lords
  • Dennis E. Power
  • A Language For Opar Philip José Farmer
  • Watching the Detectives, Or, The Sherlock Holmes Family Tree Brad Mengel
  • Fu Manchu Vs. Cthulhu Rick Lai
  • Jonathan Swift Somers III, Cosmic Traveller in a Wheelchair: A Short Biography by Philip José Farmer (Honorary Chief Kennel Keeper) Philip José Farmer
  • John Carter: Torn from Phoenician Dreams (An Examination Into the Theories that John Carter was Phra the Phoenician and Norman of Torn)
  • Dennis E. Power and Dr. Peter M. Coogan
  • D is for Daughter, F is for Father Mark K. Brown
  • The Monster on Hold (A chapter from a projected novel in the Lord Grandrith/Doc Caliban series) Philip José Farmer
  • Travels in Time Loki Carbis
  • A Review of Final Menacing Glimpses Art Bollmann
Publisher: MonkeyBrain Books
Editor: Win Scott Eckert
Paperback: 400 pages; Dimensions (in inches): 6 x 9
Release Date: November 2005 ~ Now Available for Shipping
ISBN: 1-932265-14-7
List Price: $14.95
Publisher's website:
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First Time in Paperback!
The Illustrated Edgar Rice Burroughs Magazine Covers - Book One is compiled by Jerry L. Schneider. In full color, 49 pulp magazine covers featuring artwork illustrating stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs, creator of Tarzan, John Carter, and many more.
104 pages ~ Full color ~ 8.5x11 paperback 
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The Illustrated Edgar Rice Burroughs Series reprints illustrations used in his works.  The individually titled booklets reprint the illustrations which accompanied his stories in the newspapers.

The Eternal Lover
Tarzan of the Apes
The Return of Tarzan
The Son of Tarzan
Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar
Jungle Tales of Tarzan

Master of Adventure
The Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs 
By Richard A. Lupoff 
Foreword by Michael Moorcock Preface by Henry Hardy Heins 
With an introduction to the Bison Book Edition by the author 
With an essay by Phillip R. Burger

“Required reading for Burroughs fans.”—Analog. “Excellently researched by a recognized authority.”—Chicago Tribune.

So, just how was Tarzan created? Eager to know the inside story about the legendary John Carter and the amazing cities and peoples of Barsoom? Perhaps your taste is more suited to David Innes and the fantastic lost world at the Earth’s core? Or maybe wrong-way Napier and the bizarre civilizations of cloud-enshrouded Venus are more to your liking? These pages contain all that you will ever want to know about the wondrous worlds and unforgettable characters penned by the master storyteller Edgar Rice Burroughs.

Richard A. Lupoff, the respected critic and writer who helped spark a Burroughs revival in the 1960s, reveals fascinating details about the stories written by the creator of Tarzan. Featured here are outlines of all of Burroughs’s major novels, with descriptions of how they were each written and their respective sources of inspiration. This Bison Books edition includes a new foreword by fantasy writer Michael Moorcock, a new introduction by the author, a final chapter by Phillip R. Burger, as well as corrected text and an updated bibliography.

Richard A. Lupoff is a critic and an author of speculative fiction. Michael Moorcock is the author of the Elric saga and other works. Phillip R. Burger is a freelance writer, a consultant to Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc., and a contributor to the Bison Frontiers of Imagination series..

University of Nebraska Press ~ 308 pp.  Illus.  0-8032-8030-0   ~ $16.95 
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Cassia County, Idaho: The Foundation Years
By Kathleen Hedberg
The history of Cassia County is the history of the real West -- of "cowboys and Indians" and gun fights -- but also the history of cooperation needed to build an economy based on irrigation. Focusing on how Cassia County came to be what it is today, author Kathleen Hedberg describes 120 years of Cassia County's history from the days of the covered wagons through the digging of the deep wells in the mid-twentieth century.

With a Ph.D. in history and the experience of growing up in Cassia County, author Kathleen Hedberg brings professionalism and an insider's view to her historical writing. Her book A Flood Cannot Happen Here won the Idaho Library Association award for 1993 for the best book on Idaho.

Cassia County, Idaho: The Foundation Years
Hardcover 8.5 x 11 inches, 256 pages
Over 200 photos including 16 pages of color photos. 
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