Item 1: a dozen Gollancz “MASTERWORKS” novels

The highest bidder will receive a collection of 12 novels in the Gollancz “Masterworks” series.

The 12 novels are as follows:

– The Dispossessed by Ursula K. Le Guin

– Star Maker by Olaf Stapledon

– Behold the Man by Michael Moorcock

– Earth Abides by George R. Stewart

– Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes

– The Fountains of Paradise by Arthur C. Clarke

– Non-Stop by Brian Aldiss

– Man Plus by Frederik Pohl

– Cities in Flight by James Blish

– Pavane by Keith Roberts

– Roadside Picnic by Arkady and Boris Strugatsky

– The City and the Stars by Arthur C. Clarke

Minimum Bid: £10.00

– donated by Gollancz

SF Masterworks is a series of science fiction books started by Millennium and currently published by Gollancz (both being imprints of the UK based Orion Publishing Group).

It began in 1999 and comprises selected pieces of science-fiction literature from 1950 onwards (with a few exceptions). The list was compiled by the managing director of Orion Books, Malcolm Edwards, with the help of “leading SF writers and editors” and the goal of bringing important books back into print. The list was described by science fiction author Iain M. Banks as “amazing – genuinely the best novels from sixty years of SF”. Gollancz officially relaunched the series in March 2010 beginning with reissues of the first ten titles. These titles have new cover designs (no longer featuring numbers) and introductions, and other existing titles are planned to be reprinted. Gollancz is also adding new titles to the series from April 2010.

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10 Responses to Item 1: a dozen Gollancz “MASTERWORKS” novels

  1. David Burrows says:

    £20

  2. Laura says:

    £50

  3. Ser Kenneth says:

    £60

  4. Tomas Andresson says:

    £75

  5. Matt Gibbs says:

    I’d like to bid £80 please.

  6. I raise to a 100£.

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