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Topic Summary - Displaying 3 post(s).
Posted by: Silver Posted on: 16. Nov 2005 at 06:22
It's a beautiful bibliography with a really cool cover illustration by Phil Parks.

It isn't widely known, but there were also a set of limited edition prints made of the same illustration.

Posted by: Forum Administrator Posted on: 15. Nov 2005 at 15:47
I imagine that would be "Airtight Seels Allied Productions". Being from 1992, I suppose it's a bit out of date as a bibliography, but interesting as a collector's item.
Posted by: Jeff M. Posted on: 15. Nov 2005 at 14:46
I recently came across a listing for a "Bibliography" for James P. Blaylock, published by Airtight Steel Allied of Royal Oak, illustrated (cover) by Phil Parks, with a forward by the illusive Mr. Ashbless.

Has anyone ever heard of this? I'm considering buying it because I suspect it might be a bit rare, and it's reportedly signed by both Blaylock and Ashbless.