Dangerous Visions (Doubleday, 1967)


Note: In fine condition. Usual discoloration of endpaper gutters and pastedowns. The covers bright & glossy with some wear at the corners. There is some slight edge wear to the dust jackets, but these are uncirculated.

From the introduction, “Thirty-Two Soothsayers” by Harlan Ellison:

What you hold in your hands is more than a book. If we are lucky, it is a revolution.

This book, all one hundred and sixty-five thousand words of it, the largest anthology of speculative fiction ever published of all original stories, and easily one of the largest of any kind, was constructed along specific lines of revolution. It was intended to shake things up. It was conceived out of a need for new horizons, new forms, new styles, new challenges in the literature of our times. If it was done properly, it will provide those new horizons and styles and forms and challenges. If not, it is still one helluva good book full of entertaining stories.

Only 2 left in stock


Edited by Harlan Ellison.

Illustrated by Leo & Diane Dillon.


Foreword 1: The Second Revolution, by Isaac Asimov
Foreword 2: Harlan and I, by Isaac Asimov
Introduction: Thirty-Two Soothsayers, by Harlan Ellison
Evensong, by Lester del Rey
Flies, by Robert Silverberg
The Day After the Day the Martians Came, by Frederik Pohl
Riders of the Purple Wage, by Philip Jose Farmer
The Malley System, by Miriam Allen deFord
A Toy for Juliette, by Robert Bloch
The Prowler in the City at the Edge of the World, by Harlan Ellison
The Night That All Time Broke Out, by Brian W. Aldiss
The Man Who Went to the Moon – Twice, by Howard Rodman
Faith of Our Fathers, by Philip K. Dick
The Jigsaw Man, by Larry Niven
Gonna Roll the Bones, by Fritz Leiber
Lord Randy, My Son, by Joe L. Hensley
Eutopia, by Poul Anderson
“A Pair of Bunch”: Incident in Moderan [&] The Escaping, by David R. Bunch
The Doll-House, by James Cross
Sex and/or Mr. Morrison, by Carol Emshwiller
Shall the Dust Praise Thee? by Damon Knight
If All Men Were Brothers Would You Let One Marry Your Sister? by Theodore Sturgeon
What Happened to Auguste Clarot? by Larry Eisenberg
Ersatz, by Henry Slesar
Go, Go, Go Said the Bird, by Sonya Dorman
The Happy Breed, by John T. Sladek
Encounter With a Hick, by Jonathan Brand
From the Government Printing Office, by Kris Neville
Land of the Great Horses, by R.A. Lafferty
The Recognition, by J.G. Ballard
Judas, by John Brunner
Test to Destruction, by Keith Laumer
Carcinoma Angels, by Norman Spinrad
Auto-da-fe, by Roger Zelazny
Aye, and Gomorrah…, by Samuel R. Delany

Contents courtesy of Tim Richmond’s FINGERPRINTS ON THE SKY.

First American Hardcover Edition, 520p.

Additional information

Weight 2.1 lbs
Dimensions 9.5 × 6.5 × 1.75 in