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NEIL GAIMAN'S
8 RULES FOR WRITING

by Neil Gaiman

Artwork by Keith Minnion

Limited to 500 copies

Coming in June

We won't be accepting orders for this, it will be avalable to booksellers only.
50 copies are available in the Go Fund Me link and will be signed by both Neil Gaiman and Keith Minnion.

This poster is avalable at the $25 Reward Level and is limited to only 50 copies

www.gofundme.com/kaylasthailandtrip

SIZE:
18” x 22”

STOCK:
170 gsm gloss
115 lb. Supreme Gloss text

 

 

 

THE FACTS IN THE CASE OF M. VALDEMAR

by Edgar Allan Poe

with wood engravings by George A. Walker

This fine press book is crafted by hand, using the finest letterpress printmaking techniques. Letterpress is a relief printing process.
It involves locking moveable type or plates into the bed of a press, inking it, and rolling or pressing paper against it to form an impression. It was invented by Johannes Gutenberg in the 15th century and remains in wide use for the printing of fine books and art. In addition to the direct impression of inked type, letterpress is also used for the printing of artists’ blocks such as wood engravings. This book is illustrated with two hand cut wood engravings and several hand printed polymer plate mandalas.

Format

Each book features blind stamping on the front and gold on the spine. Edgar Allen Poe's name is on the front cover in gold the rest of the cover design is blind stamped. 60 copies are full bound in chestnut brown and the 10 special deluxe copies are bound in black leather with slip cases. There are 32 pages that measure 7" X 9.75" (18 X 24 cm) Each book is signed and numbered by the artist George A. Walker.

Pricing

Regular edition of 60 numbered copies — $200.00

Deluxe Slipcase & Boxed edition 10 lettered copies — $450.00 SOLD OUT

+ shipping and handling

A Rare Story by Poe

When Edgar Allan Poe first published The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar in December of 1845 many people believed it was a true account of a medical experiment. Some have suggested it is the first modern zombie story. The story first appeared in The Broadway Journal, a New York periodical that featured literary reviews and critiques of Art, theater, and music and political commentary as well as some poetry. Poe had been a regular contributor to the Journal since its inception by Charles Frederick Briggs and Jon Bisco. It is also important to note that The Broadway Journal was purchased by Poe the same year that The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar appeared and it was the only magazine that Poe ever owned and operated but it only lasted until January 3, 1846 when Poe announced, “Unsuspected engagements demanding my whole attention, … I now, as its editor, bid farewell - as cordially to foes as to friends.” The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar was published simultaneously in the December 20, 1845, issue of the American Review: A Whig Journal with the title The Facts in M. Valdemar's Case. This same journal was the first to publish Poe’s The Raven but it too ceased operations due to financial stress in 1849, coincidentally the year of Poe’s death.

This is your chance to own a fine press edition of this rare short story by the master of the macabre. Order your copy soon as these 60 copies will go quickly and there will not be a reprint of this edition.

Regular Numbered Editions - $200.00 + $10 Domestic Shipping

Regular Numbered Editions - $200.00 + $15 International Shipping

Deluxe Lettered Editions - $450.00 + $10 Domestic Shipping
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The Ryhme Maidens 1-1-11
Hand made broadside 12.5" x 16"
 

These hand-printed broadsheets were made in celebration of the wedding of Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer. The poem was written by Neil Gaiman about the night before their wedding. Fifty unique folios contain two versions of the same broadsheet: a proof copy and the final edition that were printed in a limited edition of 250. The typefaces used are Granjon, Dyer, Willow and You Murderer. The embossing was done from polymer plates that were mounted type high and then squeezed through the press by hand. The paper is acid free 250 gm archival Rising Stonehenge. The wood engravings are incised on end grain maple and were made by George A.Walker who also designed and hand-printed the whole project on his Vandercook SP15 proof press in the winter of 2012.

The Ryhme Maidens - Folio Edition
 
The Ryhme Maidens - Regular Edition
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The Ryhme Maidens - Ultra Edition
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Regular Edition limited to 250 copies.
Heavily embossed and signed by Neil Gaiman and George Walker.

$80.00 includes shipping in US with pre-order.
All other countries add $10 for shipping.
Ships rolled in a tube.

 

 

Folio Edition limited to 50 copies.
Bound and slip cased in black fiscagoma, includes two versions of the poem signed by both Neil Gaiman and George Walker and possibly by Amanda Palmer.
(That's the plan, but no guarantees from Neil about her signing).
Blind stamped front and back, heavily embossed.

$350.00 Shipping included in the US with pre-order.
All other countries add $20

 

Ultra Edition limited to 10 copies. Bound in burgundy calf leather and double slipped.
Outside slip is full size, and interior slip is half size with ribbon for removal.
Blind stamped and also has raised heart on blindstamp.Includes both broadside versions.

$550.00 Shipping included with pre-order. All other countries add $30


The Folio and Ultra are very heavy, and huge!

So many little extras went into this production.

Neil and Amanda's name are embossed at their signature. The whole right side is blind embossed. The logo is embossed on the bottom right. The colophon is printed on the back. Hand printed on handmade paper.


Ultra Edition


Folio Edition

 
 
   


$21.95

 

Images from the Neocerebellum
The Wood Engravings of George A. Walker

George A. Walker is an award-winning wood engraver, book artist, teacher, author and illustrator. In this new collection, he presents wood engravings inspired by dreams.

 

 

Linen
$45.00


Leather
$65.00
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Bound in suede, hot stamped on the front with a mouse's tail that can be used as page marker, prints are woodcuts printed on Japanese paper.
These are going faster than expected. Get yours now.
Limitation: 250 Numbered
Price: $100.00
Written by Jack Ketchum
with wood engravings by George Walker
and an introduction by Nancy Collins
Signed by all contributors
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$15.95

 
Written & Illustrated by George Walker

Signed
Trade Paperback
 

 

 

All Prints are limited hand carved and hand pressed, signed by George Walker.
 
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Tray cased, bound in Japanese silk with a hand drawn sketch by George Walker on the inside page, hot stamped on the front with a mouse's tail that can be used as page marker, prints are woodcuts printed on Japanese paper.


Traycased with sketch
Limitation: 26
Lettered
Price: $225

Written by Jack Ketchum
with wood engravings by George Walker
and an introduction by Nancy Collins
Signed by all contributors
   
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Limitation: 200 Numbered
Price: $12.00
Hand printed by George Walker

Signed
Unbound Chapbook
 
   
   
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Limitation: 300
150 made avalable for sell
Price: $45.00


Broadside commissioned by Neil Gaiman for his 2011 Christmas Card
"Making A Chair"
11" x 15" letterpress, 2 color, embossed. Printed on handmade paper
Limited to 300 copies, 150 made available for sale.
Signed by Neil Gaiman
Scheduled to ship January 20th

   
   
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Size: 7.5" x 9"
Pages: 64
Limitation: 250
Numbered
Price: $130.00

Written by Neil Gaiman
with wood engravings by George Walker
and an introduction by Jack Zipes
Signed by all contributors
   
   

 

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Size: 7.5" x 9"
Pages: 96
Limitation: 250
Price: $100.00
Written by Neil Gaiman
with wood engravings by George Walker
and an introduction by Brian Smith
   

 

 

 

 

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Boxed
Presentation
Copies
Size: 7.5" x 9"
Pages: 96
Limitation: 10

Price: $250.00
Written by Neil Gaiman
with wood engravings by George Walker
and an introduction by Brian Smith
   

 

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Boxed
Presentation
Copies

Size: 7.5" x 9"
Pages: 64
Limitation: 10

Price: $250.00

Written by Neil Gaiman
with wood engravings by George Walker
and an introduction by Jack Zipes
   

 

 

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Hand carved images, letterpress with foil stamped handmade paper cover.
The Raven by
Edgar Allan Poe
Limitation: 65 Numbered
Price: $150.00
   

 

 

 

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A
Writer's
Prayer

Limitation: 150

These were commissioned by Neil Gaimen as gifts for friends; none were made available to the public.

One of these sold for $900.00 in an art gallery

 

Written by Neil Gaiman
with wood engravings by George Walker

   

 

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The Curse
of the
Baskervilles
Limited Broadside

Limitation: 221

Engravings by George Walker

This limited edition was not made available to the public, however there are a few
Artist Proofs left for purchase.

   
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The Resurrection and the Life
by Brian Keene • Illustrations by George A. Walker

When Jesus of Nazareth gets word that his old friend Lazarus has died, he risks everything to return to Bethany and bring his old friend back to life. But even as he faces murderous priests and betrayal at the hands of his own disciples, Jesus must also battle another enemy . . . Ob, Lord of the Siqquism, who is determined to bring forth The Rising.

Lettered Edition:

 

Ultra Edition

 

  Ultra Edition: $500

limited to 15 copies
(only 10 were made for sale)

Lettered edition: $250

limited to 52 copies

Numbered edition: $100

limited to 250 copies

P/C copies: $100

50 copies total of which 30 went to author, publisher and artist

   

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Broadside commissioned by Neil Gaiman for his 2011 Christmas Card

"Making A Chair"

11" x 15" letterpress, 2 color, embossed. Printed on handmade paper

Limited to 300 copies, 150 made available for sale.

Signed by Neil Gaiman

Scheduled to ship January 20th

United States customers
$45 plus $5 shipping

 

Canadian and Overseas customers
$45 plus $10 shipping

 


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