New York: The Easton Press, 1990. The Masterpieces of Science Fiction / Edition Extensively Revised by the Author. Full Leather with decorative gold-stamping. SIGNED by the Author on a special publisher's front endpaper, 8vo, full black leather with hubs, gold lettering and "deathbird" head on spine plus front cover with golden deathbird on skull: artwork by Jill Bauman, Introduction by Terry Dowling (Australian critic and author of The Essential Harlan Ellison), satin page-marker, all edges gilt [a.e.g.], xviii, [xix-xxii] + 345 pages +  Books by Harlan Ellison. "The Easton Press / The Masterpieces of Science Fiction: Collector's Notes" on heavy stock (2pp.) laid in. Like New. Item #8959
Harlan Ellison's original stories were published by Harper & Row in 1975; St. Martin's Press in 1983. The DEATHBIRD stories have been revised and corrected for this finely bound and produced Easton Press edition.
Ralph Waldo Ellison (1913 – 1994) was an American novelist, literary critic, and scholar. Ellison is best known for his novel INVISIBLE MAN, which won the National Book Award in 1953.
This fine leather and corrected edition collects nineteen stories. These iIclude the Hugo Award winning stories: "The Deathbird" (1973), and "Adrift Just Off the Islets of Langerhans" (1974).
SIGNED by the AUTHOR on the title page. LIKE NEW CONDITION internally & externally! Very Tight, bright, clean. No previous owner's markings.