OUT OF PRINT


Mrs Molesworth
'Collected Ghost Stories'
(2002)


ISBN: 0-9542953-0-7.
300 numbered copies.

Contents:
Introduction (by by J.N. Smith), Lady Farquhars Old Lady, Witnessed By Two. Unexplained, The Rippling Train, The Shadow In The Moonlight, The Man With The Cough, At The Dip In The Road, Not Exactly A Ghost Story, Old Gervais, A Strange Messenger and A Ghost Of The Pampas by Bevil Molesworth. 









     Phantoms at the Phil
    (2005)


    ISBN: 0954295315
    300 numbered copies w. CD recording.

    Contents: 
    The Custodian by Sean O'Brien, 
    The Dust Jacket by Gail-Nina Anderson,
    Another Chart of the Silences by Chaz Brenchley











      Hanns Heinz Ewers
      'Nachtmahr - Strange Tales'
      (2009)


      ISBN: 798-0-9542953-4-9
      350 numbered copies

      Contents (*=newly translated):

      Introduction by J. N. Hirschhorn-Smith 
      Carnival In Cadiz*
      The Dead Jew*
      John Hamilton Llewellyn's End
      Gentlemen of the Bar*
      The Tophar Bride*
      The Typhoid Mary*
      The Spider
      Fairyland
      From The Diary Of An Orange Tree
      The Death of Baron Jesus Maria von Friedel*
      Mamoloi
      Edgar Allan Poe





        Hanns Heinz Ewers
        'Alraune'
        (2010)

        ISBN: 798-0-9542953-6-3
        350 numbered copies.

        Contents:

        An extra presentation 1929 frontispiece drawing by Mahlon Blaine
        'The Root of Evil; Hanns Heinz Ewers and 'Alraune'' by Mark Samuels
        'Alraunes' Allure' by Tyler Davis
         'Translating 'Alraune'' by Joe E. Bandel
         'Galeotto' - a previously untranslated poem by Hanns Ewers - Translated by Joe E. Bandel
        'Alraune' fully restored version translated by Joe E. Bandel
        All the Mahlon Blaine llustrations/title pieces etc from the John day Edition 1929
        Illustrations - from the original 1911 German edition - by Ilna Wunderwald Ewers






        Hanns Heinz Ewers
        'Brevier'
        (2012)

        No ISBN
        200 numbered copies.

        Contents:

        Introduction by Georg Goyert.
        Music.
        Art And The Artist.
        Love.
        Philosophical Observations.
        Religion.
        Peoples And Lands.
        Politics and Love of the Fatherland.
        In Person.
        (Illustrated with rare photos of Ewers  and his parents)

        Translated by Joe E. Bandel.                                                                                                             















        Anita Berber & Sebastian Droste

        'Dances of Vice, Horror, & Ecstasy'

            Front and back covers

        ISBN: 978-0-9542953-7-0  
        122 pages incl. 16pp b/w photos and 16pp colour images
        300 numbered copies.

        Contents

        Introduction: Dances of Vice, Horror, and Ecstasy - Merrill Cole
        'The Book of Dissolution' - Mel Gordon
        Portraits of Droste and Berber by Felix Harta 'Dance as Form and Experience' - Sebastian Droste
                                                                                                      'The Legends' - Sebastian Droste
                                                                                                      Poems by Berber and Droste: I, 
                                                                                                      Dance, Pritzel Puppets, Byzantine 
                                                                                                      Whip Dance; Cocaine; Saint
                                                                                                      Sebastian; Suicide; Vision; Egyptian 
                                                                                                      King's Son; Insane Asylum; Astarte; 
                                                                                                      Night Of The Borgia; Murder, 
                                                                                                     Woman And The Hanged Man;
                                                                                                      People; The Moonstruck And The 
                                                                                                     Convict; The Woman With Seven 
                                                                                                     Masks; The Corpse On The 
                                                                                                     Operating Table; Orchids; Dreams; 
                                                                                                     Longing; The Wicked And The 
                                                                                                     Naked; Temptation. 
                                                                                                     'Analysis' - W. Rochowanski
                                                                                                     'Photo Effigies' - 16 photos by 
                                                                                                      Atelier D'Ora
                                                                                                     'Graphic Intuitions' - Drawings by 
                                                                                                      Anita Berber
                                                                                                      'Decorations, Sketches & Figures 
                                                                                                      for the Dances Of Vice, Horror &
                                                                                                      Ecstasy' - Harry Täuber.

                                                                                                      Translated by Merrill Cole




        'Delicate Toxins'
        (A Collection of Strange Tales)
        (2011)

             
        ISBN: 978-0-9542953-6-3  (339 pages)
        350 numbered copies

        Contents

        Introduction - John Hirschhorn-Smith
        'A Pallid Devil Bearing Cypress' - Richard Gavin
        'Salmacis' - Stephen J. Clark
        'Crossing The Sea Of Night' - Mark Howard Jones
        'Mathilde' - Ray Russell
        'Dogs' - rj krijnen-kemp
        'Tlaloc' - Angela Caperton
        'Magicians And Moonlight' - Katherine Haynes
        'Lotte Of The Black Piglet' - Colin Insole
        'The Unrest At Aachen' - Mark Valentine
        'The Naked Goddess' - Daniel Mills
        'Singing Blood' - Reggie Oliver
        'The Devil In The Box' - Orrin Grey
        'The Rites of Pentecost' - Peter Bell
                                                                        'Endor' - Michael Chislett
                                                                        'Masks' -  Mark Samuels
                                                                        'White Roses, Bloody Silk' - Thana Niveau
                                                                        'The Filature' - Adam S. Cantwell
                                                                        'Holzwege' - D. P. Watt




          Colin Insole
          'Elegies and Requiems'
          (2014)



          No ISBN.
          456 pages.
          300 numbered copies

          Contents (* = a story unique to this volume):

          The Golden Birds Of Mariston*
          The Apoplexy of Beelzebub
          The Premonition 
          A Calendar of Cherries 
          Ancestral Rooms* 
          The Princess of Phoenicia 
          Blackthorn Cottage* 
          The Choice Child* 
          The Candles Of Wildondorf 
          The Madness of a Chalk Giant*
          The Weimar 
          The Very Thought of You* 
          The Flower of the Sun 
          Waving at the Train* 
          The Appassionata Variations 
          The Dear Dead Days* 
           Apple Blossom Time 
                                                                                               The Bellman*