Far Lands, Other Days

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Far Lands, Other Days
Far lands other days.jpg
Dust-jacket from the first edition
Author E. Hoffmann Price
Illustrator George Evans
Cover artist George Evans
Country United States
Language English
Genre fantasy, horror and mystery short stories
Publisher Carcosa
Publication date
1975
Media type Print (Hardback)
Pages xxi, 588 pp
ISBN 0-913796-01-8
OCLC 2010043

Far Lands, Other Days is a collection of fantasy, horror and mystery short stories by author E. Hoffmann Price. It was released in 1975 by Carcosa in an edition of 2,593 copies of which 615 copies, that were pre-ordered, were signed by the author and artist. The stories originally appeared in the magazines Weird Tales, Strange Detective Stories, Spicy-Adventure Stories, Golden Fleece, Argosy, Spicy Mystery Stories, Strange Stories, Short Stories, Terror Tales and Speed Mystery.

Awards[edit]

Contents[edit]

  • Foreword
  • "The Word of Santiago"
  • "The Peacock's Shadow"
  • "Gray Spinx"
  • "Makeda's Cousin"
  • "Satan's Garden"
  • "Queen of the Lilin"
  • "The Dreamer of Atlanaat"
  • "A Jest and a Vengeance"
  • "Wolves of Kerak"
  • "The Hand of Wrath"
  • "One Step From Hell"
  • "Web of Wizardry/ Saladin's Throne-Rug"
  • "Allah Sends a Reaper"
  • "Khosru's Garden"
  • "Hasheesh Wisdom"
  • "Snake Goddess"
  • "House of the Monoceros"
  • "You Can't Eat Glory"
  • "Woman in the Case"
  • "Heart of a Thief"
  • "Kiss of Sekhmet"
  • "Vengeance in Samarra"
  • "Selene Walks by Night"
  • "Prayer to Satan"
  • "A King is Next to God"
  • "Shadow Captain"
  • "Peach Blossom Paradise"
  • "The Hands of Manos"
  • "The Shadow of Saturn"
  • "The Infidel's Daughter"

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "1976 World Fantasy Award Winners and Nominees". World Fantasy Convention. Retrieved 2008-04-05. 

References[edit]

  • Chalker, Jack L.; Mark Owings (1998). The Science-Fantasy Publishers: A Bibliographic History, 1923-1998. Westminster, MD and Baltimore: Mirage Press, Ltd. pp. 136–137. 
  • Turner, Rodger. "Publishers". SF Site. Retrieved 2008-04-05.