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Gentleman Junkie and other stories of the hung-up generation by Harlan Ellison
Cover Artist: Leo and Diane Dillon
Review by April Disney
Subterranean Press Trade Hardcover  ISBN/ITEM#: 9781596065390
Date: 17 January 2013

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Book Description: Raw, vital, uncopromising—here are portraits of the lost, the damned, the helpless, trying to get a handle on life. A startling collection of “hip” stories by an impressive young writer, torn from the shadows of the twilight world.

Limited: 250 signed numbered sets including one copy of Gentleman Junkie and one copy of The Deadly Streets, bound in leather, the two volumes housed in a custom slipcase.
Trade: 750 fully cloth bound hardcover copies

Table of Contents: Foreword: by Frank M. Robinson; Introduction: The Children of the Nights; Final Shtick; Gentleman Junkie; May We Also Speak? Four; Statements from the Hung-Up Generation; Daniel White for the Greater Good; Lady Bug, Lady Bug; Free with this Box!; There's One on Every Campus; At the Mountains of Blindness; This is Jackie Spinning; No Game for Children; The Late, Great Arnie Draper; High Dice; Enter the Fantastic, Stage Center; Someone is Hungrier; Memory of a Muted Trumpet; Turnpike; Sally in Our Alley; The Silence of Infidelity; Have Coolth; RFD #2; No Fourth Commandment; and The Night of Delicate Terrors.

(Source: Subterranean Press)

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