ANOTHER LATEST BOOK BY ELLISON
7 Against Chaos, an epic retelling of The Seven Samurai/Magnificent Seven, 20 years in the making. Art by Paul (Concrete) Chadwick. Buy it now.
LATEST BOOKS BY ELLISON
Brain Movies Volumes 3 and 4, two more collections of Ellison's original teleplays and related material. The first includes Cutter's World, a 1987 space western that long predates Joss Whedon's Firefly; the second marks the first appearance of HE's adaptation of his short story (with Ben Bova) Brillo. Buy them now.
MORE LATEST ELLISON REISSUES
Gentleman Junkie and The Deadly Streets, two early Ellison street-smart classics in hardcover for the first time; and Web of the City, HE's first published book, in a new trade edition with three juvie pulp stories of the same vintage. Buy them now: Gentleman Junkie. Deadly Streets. Web of the City.
LATEST ELLISON REISSUE
Nightshade and Damnations, the collected stories of Gerald Kersh, edited by HE and in a trade paper edition for the first time. Buy it now.
A NEW ELLISON ADAPTATION
Harlan Ellison's Mortal Dreads: A Play, adapted by Robert Armin from six HE short stories. Buy it now.
LATEST ELLISON AUDIO
On the Road with Ellison Volume 6,
"includes an exclusive new essay and features Harlan's historic 2005
Grand Master Award acceptance speech. Volume Six finds the author
impersonating a rabbi, getting kicked out of Brazil, offering his
thoughts on Star Wars and saying goodbye to his dear friend Octavia
Butler." Buy it now.
A Fish-Head in Aspic,
from Harlan Ellison and Edgeworks Abbey in alliance with Subterranean
Press. HE promises that it "will both visually and narratively put cats
among pigeons. ... We think you will like it."
ELLISON ON VIDEO
Dreams with Sharp Teeth, a 2007 documentary about Harlan Ellison, available on DVD. Buy it now.
Fingerprints on the Sky -- The Authorized Harlan Ellison Bibliography: The Fully Illustrated Reader's Guide,
compiled and edited by Tim Richmond. Billed as "the most complete guide
to Harlan Ellison's llfe work," this book will include information
about Ellison in every medium, from short stories to essays, audio to
interviews. More information from Overlook Connection Press.