Used Books & Magazines
If you have trouble finding these books or magazines, you could do worse than try these folks here. Support independent bookstores.
Chris Drumm Books
P.O. Box 445
Polk City, Iowa 50226, USA
Chris is a nice guy, well worth getting in touch with. Lots of used and new books, magazines, records and stuff. Usually has at least a few BJB paper and hardbacks available, at very reasonable prices. Seaside Book & Stamp lists usually a few Bayley titles.
Pandora's Books occasionally has some treasures too - their selections are big and they update the catalog weekly.
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Fantastic Literature, Simon G. Gosden
35 The Ramparts
Rayleigh, Essex, SS6 8PY, UK
24hr Ansafone: 01268 747564
Fax 01268 747564
Simon will give you fast and personal service, and will search for those hard to find ones. His rates are decent, so especially for those British editions you might try his services. Solaris Books, Jim Goddard
Flat 4, 13 Lockwood Street,
Driffield, East Yorkshire YO25 7RU, UK
(International): 44 1377 272022
Jim has a lot of interesting items in his catalogs and he maintains also the Brian Aldiss web-site. If you're looking for those rare magazines, this is a good place to look. [Aug 12, 1998] Also several rare first editions available now, some signed, including both short-story collections. Jim is an excellent, knowledgeable bookseller. Zardoz Books, Maurice Flanagan
20 Whitecroft, Dilton Marsh,
Westbury, Wilts., England, BA13 4DJ
Maurice carries a large variety of magazines and books - I found copies of Authentic SF Monthly and Vargo Statten SF Magazine here. Secure server online ordering a possibility, fast service.
217 Preston Drove,
Brighton BN1 6FL, UK
[webpage] Interzone is currently the main outlet of BJB's fiction. They also have perceptive reviews and many a fine author.
The Time Centre Times
[webpage] This zine, the publication of the Michael Moorcock Appreciation Society, is the only source for the BJB and MM collaborative 30,000-word novella "Duel Among the Wine Green Suns". A worthwhile publication otherwise too, if you are attracted to MM's work.