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ALL-NEW ELLISON

The trade hardcover of Nat Segaloff’s biography of Harlan

PS Publishing’s reissue of Harlan’s 1962 sf collection featuring an all-new 46,000-word introduction

DVDs/Blu-rays featuring episodes from Ellison scripts:

Contains Ellison’s first work as a television scenarist, “Where Do Elephants Go to Die?”

Features “Who Killed Alex Debbs?” and “Who Killed Purity Mather?”

Features “Who Killed Andy Zygmunt?” and “Who Killed ½ of Glory Lee?”

Features “Soldier” and the WGA Award-winning “Demon with a Glass Hand”

Features “The Price of Doom,” as by Cordwainer Bird

Features “The Sort of Do-It-Yourself Dreadful Affair” and “The Pieces of Fate Affair”

Features the Hugo Award-winning “The City on the Edge of Forever”

Features the Hugo Award-winning “The City on the Edge of Forever”

Features “Knife in the Darkness”


Features “You Can’t Get There from Here,” as by Cordwainer Bird

Features “The Whimper of Whipped Dogs”

Features D.C. Fontana’s “Earth, Air, Fire, and Water,” based on a story by Ellison

Features “Voyage of Discovery,” the bastardized version of Ellison’s WGA Award-winning “Phoenix Without Ashes”

A BOY AND HIS DOG

Features “Crypt,” based on a story by Ellison

Features Haskell Barkin’s adaptation of “Djinn, No Chaser”

Features the WGA Award-winning “Paladin of the Lost Hour,” “Gramma” (based on the story by Stephen King), and “Crazy as a Soup Sandwich” by Ellison, as well as Alan Brenert’s adaptations of “Shatterday” and “One Life Furnished in Early Poverty” (NOTE: This reissue does not include Ellison’s commentaries featured on the previous release.)

Ellison guest stars as the voice of Sparky the computer in the episode “Ceremonies of Light and Dark”

Ellison appears opposite Walter Koenig in the episode “The Face of the Enemy”

Features two episodes written by J. Michael Straczynski from stories by Harlan Ellison & J. Michael Straczynski (Ellison also voices Zooty’s machine in the Neil Gaiman-written “Day of the Dead”

Features “The Face of Helene Bournouw,” and an adaptation of “Footsteps,” both as by Cordwainer Bird

Features Naren Shankar’s adaptation of “The Human Operators” by Harlan Ellison & A.E. Van Vogt

Features Harlan Ellison & Josh Olson’s adaptation of the former’s short story, “The Discarded”


ELLISON READS ELLISON:

“Laugh Track,” “‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman,” “Paladin of the Lost Hour,” “A Boy and His Dog” (all previously released), and new recordings of “I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream,” “Grail,” “The Very Last Day of a Good Woman,” “The Time of the Eye,” “The Lingering Scent of Woodsmoke”

“In Lonely Lands,” “S.R.O,” “Midnight in the Sunken Cathedral,” “The End of the Time of Leinard,” “Pennies, Off a Dead Man’s Eyes,” “Rat Hater,” “Go Toward the Light,” “Soft Monkey,” “Jeffty Is Five,” “Prince Myshkin, and Hold the Relish,” and “The Function of Dream Sleep”

“Between Heaven & Hell,” “Pretty Maggie Moneyeyes”(with afterword), “Twilight in the Cupboard,” “Kiss of Fire,” “Fever,” “The Discarded” (with afterword), “Darkness Falls on the River,” “Status Quo at Troyden’s,” “Tired Old Man”(with afterword), “The Silence,” “Valerie: A True Memoir” (with afterword) “Base” (with afterword), “A Toy for Juliet” written and read by Robert Bloch, “The Prowler in the City at the Edge of the World”

Harlan reads his Kyben epic

ELLISON READ BY ELLISON AND OTHERS:

OTHER WRITERS’ WORK READ BY ELLISON AND OTHERS:

BOOKS EDITED BY ELLISON:

BOOKS FEATURING STORIES BY ELLISON:

“All the Birds Come Home to Roost” (1979)

“Chatting with Anubis” (1995, Stoker Winner)

“Chatting with Anubis” (1995, Stoker Winner)

“Come to Me Not in Winter’s White” (1969, written with Roger Zelazny)

“Croatoan” (1975) 

“Death Climb” (1957) 

“Final Shtick” (1960 with a new introduction)

“Footsteps” (1980)

“Go Toward the Light” (1994) 

“Headless Black Chicken” (2016)

“He Who Grew Up Reading Sherlock Holmes” (2014)

“He Who Grew Up Reading Sherlock Holmes” (2014)

“How Interesting: A Tiny Man” (2010, Nebula Winner)

“How Interesting: A Tiny Man” (2010, Nebula Winner)


“Jane Doe #112” (1990)

“Jeffty Is Five” (1977, Hugo and Nebula Winner)

“Lonely Women Are the Vessels of Time” (1976)

“Mefisto in Onyx” (1991)

“The Museum of Cyclops Avenue” (1995)

“The Prowler in the City at the Edge of the World” (1967)

“‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman” (1965, Hugo and Nebula Winner)

“‘Repent, Harlequin!’ Said the Ticktockman” (1965, Hugo and Nebula Winner)

“Seeing” (1976)

“Sensible City” (2009 revision)

“The Song of Solomon” (2010)


“The Song the Zombie Sang” (1970, written with Robert Silverberg)

“Weariness” (2012)

“The Whimper of Whipped Dogs” (1973)

ELLISON IN THE COMICS:

IDW’s adaptation of Harlan Ellison’s original teleplay for “The City on the Edge of Forever”

The Ellison/Chadwick/Steacy collaboration

Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor

Harlan Ellison’s Dream Corridor


“Ecowareness”

Al Williamson’s adaptation of “Mealtime”

ELLISON COLLECTIONS FROM OPEN ROAD MEDIA








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