BEAR ALLEY BOOKS

BEAR ALLEY BOOKS
Click on the above pic to visit our sister site Bear Alley Books

Sunday, December 01, 2013

Michael Moorcock cover gallery

Note: normally, my cover galleries include information about each British paperback edition. Unfortunately, all the data was wiped out when the original post disappeared two days before it was due to appear. The post was ready to go . . . then it mysteriously vanished. I have no idea why. I will eventually recompile the information, but, in the meantime, I've re-uploaded all the cover scans.

NOVELS

Caribbean Crisis, with James Cawthorn as Desmond Reid. London, Fleetway Publications, 1962.

The Sundered Worlds. London, Compact, 1965; New York, Paperback Library, 1966; as The Blood Red Game, London, Sphere, 1970; revised as The Sundered Worlds, London, Roc UK, Dec 1992.

 
Warrior of Mars (Kane; by Edward P. Bradbury). London, Compact, 1965; New York, Lancer, 1966; as City of the Beast (by Moorcock), New York, Lancer, 1970; London, New English Library, 1971; also as Warriors of Mars by Moorcock, New York, Ace, Mar 1991.

Blades of Mars (Kane; by Edward P. Bradbury). London, Compact, 1965; New York, Lancer, 1966; as Lord of the Spiders (by Moorcock), New York, Lancer, 1971; London, New English Library, 1971; also reprinted under original title as by Moorcock, New York, Ace, May 1991.

 
 
The Fireclown. London, Compact, 1965; New York, Paperback Library, 1967; as The Winds of Limbo, New York, Paperback Library, 1969; London, Sphere, 1970.

Barbarians of Mars (Kane; by Edward P. Bradbury). London, Compact, 1965; New York, Lancer, 1966; as Masters of the Pit (by Moorcock), New York, Lancer, 1971; New English Library, 1971; also reprinted under original title as by Moorcock, New York, Ace, Jul 1991.

The LSD Dossier (Allard; by Roger Harris). London, Compact, Apr 1966.

 
Somewhere the Night (Allard; by Bill Barclay). London, Compact, Jun 1966; revised as The Chinese Agent (Cornell; by Moorcock), New York, MacMillan, 1970; London, Hutchinson, 1970.

 
The Twilight Man. London, Compact, Aug 1966; New York, Berkley, 1970; as The Shores of Death, London, Sphere, 1970; New York, Dale Books, 1978.

Printer’s Devil (Allard; by Bill Barclay). London, Compact, Nov 1966; revised as The Russian Intelligence (Cornell; by Moorcock), Manchester, Savoy, 1980.

The Wrecks of Time. New York, Ace, 1967 (abridged for publication); restored text with minor amendments as The Rituals of Infinity, London, Arrow, 1971; New York, DAW Books, 1978.

The Jewel in the Skull (Hawkmoon). New York, Lancer, 1967;. London, Mayflower, 1969; revised, New York, DAW Books, 1977.

Sorcerer’s Amulet (Hawkmoon). New York, Lancer, 1968; as The Mad God’s Amulet, London, Mayflower, 1969; revised, New York, DAW Books, 1977.

Sword of the Dawn (Hawkmoon). New York, Lancer, 1968; London, Mayflower, 1969; revised, New York, DAW Books, 1977.

The Final Programme (Jerry Cornelius). New York, Avon, 1968 (abridged for publication); restored text, London, Allison & Busby, 1969; partly revised, The Cornelius Chronicles, New York, Avon, 1977; further revised, London, Fontana, 1979.

Behold the Man (Glogauer). London, Allison & Busby, 1969; New York, Avon, 1970; revised, Austin, TX, Mojo Press, Jun 1996.

The Black Corridor (with Hilary Bailey, uncredited). London, Mayflower, 1969; New York, Ace, 1969.

The Ice Schooner. London, Sphere, 1969; New York, Berkley, 1969; revised, New York, Harper & Row, 1977; London, Panther, 1985; further revised, London, Harrap, 1985.

 
The Secret of the Runestaff (Hawkmoon). New York, Lancer, 1969; as The Runestaff. London, Mayflower, 1969; revised as The Runestaff, New York, DAW Books, 1977; London, Grafton, 1986.

The Eternal Champion (Erekose). London, Mayflower, 1970; New York, Dell, 1970; revised, New York, Harper & Row, 1978.

Phoenix in Obsidian (Erekose). London, Mayflower, 1970; New York, Dell, 1973; revised as The Silver Warriors, New York, Dell, 1973.

A Cure For Cancer (Jerry Cornelius). London, Allison & Busby, 1971; New York, Holt, Reinhardt & Winston, 1971; partly revised, The Cornelius Chronicles, New York, Avon, 1977; heavily revised, London, Fontana, 1979.

The Knight of the Swords (Corum). New York, Berkley, 1971; London, Mayflower, 1971.

The Queen of the Swords (Corum). New York, Berkley, Aug 1971; London, Mayflower, 1971.

The King of the Swords (Corum). New York, Berkley, Oct 1971; London, Mayflower, 1972.

The Warlord of the Air (Oswald Bastable). London, New English Library, 1971 (abridged for publication); text restored, New York, Ace, 1971.

An Alien Heat (End of Time). London, McGibbon & Kee, 1972; New York, Harper & Row, 1973.

Breakfast the Ruins (Karl Glogauer). London, New English Library, 1972; New York, Random House, 1973.

Elric of Melniboné. London, Hutchinson, 1972; with editorial cuts as The Dreaming City, New York, Lancer, Sep 1972; full text as Elric of Meniboné, New York, DAW Books, 1976.

The English Assassin (Jerry Cornelius). London, Allison & Busby, 1972; partly revised, The Cornelius Chronicles, New York, Avon, 1977; heavily revised, London, Fontana, 1979.

The Sleeping Sorceress (Elric). London, New English Library, 1972; New York, Lancer, Sep 1972; slightly revised as The Vanishing Tower, New York, DAW Books, Jun 1977; London, Panther, 1983.

The Bull and the Spear (Corum). London, Allison & Busby, 1973; New York, Berkley, 1974.

Count Brass (Count Brass). London, Mayflower, 1973; New York, Dell, 1975.

The Champion of Garathorm (Count Brass). London, Mayflower, 1973; New York, Dell, 1975.

The Oak and the Ram (Corum). London, Allison & Busby, 1973; New York, Berkley, 1974.

The Hollow Lands (End of Time). New York, Harper & Row, 1974; London, Hart-Davis McGibbon, 1975.

The Land Leviathan (Oswald Bastable). London, Quartet, May 1974; New York, Doubleday, 1974.

The Sword and the Stallion (Corum) Allison & Busby, Aug 1974; New York, Berkley, 1974.

The Quest for Tanelorn (Count Brass). London, Mayflower, Feb 1975; New York, Dell, 1975.

The Distant Suns, with Philip James. Brighton, Unicorn, Feb 1975.

The Sailor on the Seas of Fate (Elric). London, Quartet, Mar 1976; New York, DAW Books, 1976.

The Time of the Hawklords (by Michael Butterworth, but credited as a collaboration with Moorcock). London, Aiden Ellis, 1976.

The Adventures of Una Persson And Catherine Cornelius The Twentieth Century (Cornelius). London, Quartet, Oct 1976; as The Black Corridor & The Adventures of Una Persson and Catherine Cornelius, New York, 1980; slightly revised, London, Mayflower, 1979.

The End of All Songs (End of Time). London, Hart-Davis McGibbon, Nov 1976; New York, Harper & Row, 1977.

The Transformation of Miss Mavis Ming (End of Time). London, W.H. Allen, Feb 1977; as A Messiah At the End of Time, New York, DAW Books, 1978; revised as Constant Fire, Legends from the End of Time, London, Millennium, 2003.

The Condition of Muzak (Jerry Cornelius). London, Allison & Busby, Mar 1977; partly revised as The Cornelius Chronicles, New York, Avon, 1977; heavily revised,. London, Fontana, Jun 1978.

Gloriana; or The Unfulfill’d Queen. London, Allison & Busby, Apr 1978; New York, Avon, 1979; revised, Italy, 1991; London, Phoenix, Apr 1993; further revised, London, Orion/Gollancz, Oct 2001; with additional lyrics, Warner Aspect, Aug 2004.

The Golden Barge. Manchester, Savoy, 1979.

The Great Rock ‘n’ Roll Swindle (loosly based on the Sex Pistols film). newspaper format, London, Virgin, 1980; book format, London, Virgin, 1981; subsequently revised as “Gold Diggers of 1977”, Casablanca.

Byzantium Endures (Colonel Pyat). London, Secker & Warburg, 1981; editorially cut, New York, Random House, Jan 1982.

The Entropy Tango, illus. by Romain Slocombe. London, New English Library, 1981; in The Cornelius Chronicles Vol II, New York, Avon, Aug 1986.

The Steel Tsar (Oswald Bastable). London, Granada, 1981; New York, DAW Books, 1982.

The War Hound and the World’s Pain (Von Bek). New York, Timescape, 1981; London, New English Library, 1982.

The Brothel in Rosenstrasse. London, New English Library, 1982; New York, Carroll & Graf, Jul 1987.

The Laughter of Carthage (Colonel Pyat). London, Secker & Warburg, Oct 1984; revised, New York, Random House, Feb 1985.

The City in the Autumn Stars (Von Bek). London, Grafton, Apr 1986; New York, Ace, Nov 1987.

The Dragon in the Sword (Erekose). New York, Ace, Sep 1986; cut for publication, London, Grafton, Jul 1987.

Mother London (Dover/Beck). London, Secker & Warburg, Jun 1988; New York, Crown/Harmony, Feb 1989.

The Fortress of the Pearl (Elric). London, Gollancz, Jun 1989; New York, Ace, Oct 1989.

The Revenge of the Rose: A Tale of the Albino the Years of his Wandering (Elric). London, Grafton, May 1991; New York, Ace, Nov 1991.

Jerusalem Commands (Colonel Pyat). London, Jonathan Cape, Jul 1992.

Blood: A Southern Fantasy (Begg). London, Millennium, Nov 1995; New York, Morrow AvoNova; Nov 1995.

The War Amongst the Angels (Von Bek). London, Millennium, Sep 1996; New York, Avon, Dec 1997.

King of the City (Dover/Beck). London, Simon & Schuster, May 2000; New York, HarperCollins/Morrow, Jun 2001.
Scribner UK 0684-86140-2, £9.99. Cover design by blacksheep

Silverheart, with Storm Constantine. London, Simon & Schuster, Nov 2000; New York, Prometheus/Pyr, Sep 2005.

The Dreamthief’s Daughter (Elric). London, Simon & Schuster, Feb 2001; revised, Woodstock, IL, American Fantasy Press, Mar 2001.

The Skrayling Tree (Elric). New York, Warner Aspect, Feb 2003.

The White Wolf’s Son (Elric). New York, Warner Aspect, Jun 2005.

The Vengeance of Rome (Colonel Pyat). London, Jonathan Cape, Jan 2006.

Doctor Who: The Coming of the Terraphiles or, Pirates of the Second Aether. London, BBC Books, 2010.

The Sunday Books, with Mervyn Peake. 2011.

The Whispering Swarm. New York, Tor, 2015; London, Gollancz, 2015.
Gollancz 978-1473-21331-9, (Jul) 2015, 480pp, £16.99.

COLLECTIONS AND OMNIBUS EDITIONS

The Stealer of Souls (Elric). London, Neville Spearman, 1963; New York, Lancer, 1967.
(contains: The Dreaming City; While the Gods Laugh; The Stealer of Souls; Kings in Darkness; The Flamebringers. The latter story is sometimes entitled The Caravan of Forgotten Dreams)
Mayflower 0583-11344-3, 1968, 172pp.
---- [?3rd imp] 1975.

Stormbringer (Elric). London, Herbert Jenkins, 1965 (abridged for publication); restored text, New York, Lancer, 1967; London, Mayflower, 1968; revised, New York, DAW Books, 1977; London, Panther, 1985.
(contains: The Coming of Chaos [abr. From Dead God’s Homecoming and Black Sword’s Brother]; Sad Giant’s Shield; Doomed Lord’s Passing. Subsequent editions revert to four stories)
Mayflower, 1968, 188pp.
Mayflower  0583-11343-5, 1974, 189pp.
Granada/Panther 0586-06310-2, 1985, 252pp.

The Deep Fix (by James Colvin). London, Compact, May 1966.
(contains: The Deep Fix; Peace on Earth; The Lovebeast; The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius; The Real Life Mr Newman; Wolf)
Compact F305, 1966, 159pp.

The Time Dweller. London, Rupert Hart-Davis, 1969; New York, Berkley, 1971.
(contains: The Time Dweller; Escape from Evening; The Dream Fix; The Golden Barge; Wolf; Consuming Passion; The Ruins; The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius; The Mountain)

The Singing Citadel (Elric). London, Mayflower, 1970; New York, Berkley, 1970.
(contains: The Singing Citadel; Master of Chaos; The Greater Conqueror; To Rescue Tanelorn…)
Mayflower, 1970. Cover by Bob Haberfield
Mayflower 0583-11670-1, 1973, 125pp.
Mayflower/Granada 0583-11670-1, 1981

The Jade Man’s Eyes. Brighton, Unicorn, 1973; later revised as “Sailing To the Past” and incorporated into Sailor on the Seas of Fate.
Unicorn Bookshop 0856-59010-X, 1973, 75pp. Cover by James Cawthorn

The Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius (collection). London, Allison & Busby, 1976; New York, Harper & Row, 1976; expanded, London, Harrap,1987.
(contains: Introduction (ar); The Peking Junction; The Delhi Division; The Tank Trapeze; The Nature of the Catastrophe; The Swastika Set-Up; The Sunset Perspective; Sea Wolves; Voortrekker; Dead Singers; The Longford Cup; The Entropy Circuit. The Harrap edition adds The Dodgem Division)

Moorcock’s Book of Martyrs. London, Quartet, Jun 1976; as Dying For Tomorrow, New York, DAW Books, Mar 1978.
(contains: The Dead Singer; The Greater Conqueror; Behold the Man; Goodbye, Miranda; Flux; Islands; Waiting for the End of Time…)
Mayflower/Granada 0583-13107-7, 1981, 175pp.
Orbit, 19xx

Legends From the End of Time (End of Time). London, W.H. Allen, Aug 1976; New York, Harper & Row, 1976; expanded, London, Millenium, Oct 1993; revised and corrected, London, Orion, Jun 1997; White Wolf, May 1999.
(contains: Pale Roses, White Stars, Ancient Shadows. Millennium edition adds a new Foreword, Constant Fire [an extract from The Transformation of Miss Mavis Wing] and Elric at the End of Time. The Orion edition includes the complete version of Constant Fire [erroneously omitted, bar a revised chapter, from the previous edition] and the full version of Elric at the End of Time [missing the last six lines in the previous edition])

The Bane of the Black Sword (Elric). New York, DAW Books, Aug 1977; London, Panther, 1984.
(contains: The Stealer of Souls, Kings of Darkness, The Flame Bringers, To Rescue Tanelorn…)
Panther/Granada 0586-06230-0, 1984. Cover by Michael Whelan [same as DAW 254]

The Cornelius Chronicles. New York, Avon, Aug 1977; as The Cornelius Chronicles: Book One and Book Two, London, Fontana, 2 vols., Oct 1988; as The Cornelius Quartet, London, Phoenix House, Sep 1993; New York, Four Walls Eight Windows, May 2001.
(contains: The Repossession of Jerry Cornelius by John Clute (ar); revised (Fontana, 1979) text versions of The Final Programme, A Cure For Cancer, The English Assassin, The Conditions of Muzak. The Phoenix edition omits the introduction by John Clute.)
Phoenix House 1897-58050-9, 1993, 855pp.
Vol.1, Fontana 0006-17688-7, 1988.
Vol.2, Fontana 0006-17689-5, 1988.

The Swords Trilogy. New York, Berkley, Aug 1977; as The Swords of Corum. London, Grafton, Jul 1986; as Corum, London, Millennium, Nov 1992; with minor revisions as Corum: The Coming of Chaos, London, Millennium, Feb 1996; White Wolf, Feb 1997; as Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe, London, Orion/Gollancz, Jun 2002.
(contains: The Knight of the Swords, The Queen of the Swords, The King of the Swords. Millennium edition adds new foreword.)
as The Swords of Corum, Grafton 0586-06746-9, 1986, 509pp.
as Corum: The Coming of Chaos, Millennium 0752-80277-1, 1996, 486pp.
as Corum: The Prince in the Scarlet Robe, Gollancz 0575-07366-7 [Fantasy Masterworks 30], 2002, 486pp.

Sojan. Manchester, Savoy, Sep 1977.
(contains: Introduction; The Stone Thing; The Dying Castles; Sojan the Swordsman; Sojan, Swordsman of Zylor; Sojan and the Demons; Sojan and the Plain of Mystery; Sojan and the Sons of the Snake-God; Sojan and the Devil Hunters of Norj; Klan the Spoiler; Dek of Noothar; Rens Karto of Bersnol; The Secret Life of Elric of Melniboné (ar); Elric (ar); New Worlds—Jerry Cornelius (ar); In Lighter Vein (ar))
Savoy 0704-50241-0, 1977, 157pp. Cover by James Cawthorn

The Weird of the White Wolf (Elric). New York, DAW Books, Mar 1977; UK: 1984
(contains: The Dreams of Earl Aubec; The Dreaming City; While the Gods Laugh; The Singing Citadel)

The Chronicles of Corum. New York, Berkley, 1978; London, Grafton, Nov 1986; with revised texts as The Prince with the Silver Hand. London, Millennium, Aug 1993; with further minor revisions, London, Orion, Apr 1997; White Wolf, Feb 1999; as Corum: The Prince with the Silver Hand, New York, SFBC, Jul 1999; London, Gollancz, 2013.
(contains: The Bull and the Spear, The Oak and the Ram, The Sword and the Stallion)
Grafton 0586-06745-0, 1987, 454pp.
as Corum: The Prince with the Silver Hand, Gollancz 978-0575-10547-8, 2013, xviii+426pp.

The History of the Runestaff. London, Granada, Jun 1979; as Hawkmoon, London, Millenium, Nov 1992; with minor revisions as Hawkmoon, London, Millennium, Oct 1995; as Hawkmoon: The Eternal Champion Volume 3, illus. James Cawthorn, White Wolf, Apr 1995; as The History of the Runestaff, London, Origon/Gollancz, Apr 2003.
(contains: revised texts (DAW, 1977) of The Jewel the Skull, The Mad God’s Amulet, The Sword of the Dawn, The Runestaff. The Millennium edition adds a new foreword. The White Wolf edition has a revised introduction.)
Panther 0586-06134-7, 1984, 573pp.
Gollancz (Fantasy Masterworks 35) 0575-07469-8, 2002.
Millennium 978-0575-10869-1, 2013.

The Real Life Mr. Newman. A. J. Callow, 1979.
A. J. Callow, 1979, 75p. Cover by Jim Thing [Jim Cook]

The Black Corridor/The Adventures of Una Persson And Catherine Cornelius. New York, Dial Press, 1979.
(contains: The Black Corridor, The Adventures of Una Persson And Catherine Cornelius the Twentieth Century)
(no UK paperback)

My Experiences the Third World War. Manchester, Savoy, 1980.
(contains: Introduction (ar); Going to Canada; Leaving Pasadena; Crossing into Cambodia; The Dodgem Division; The Adventures of Jerry Cornelius: The English Assassin (comic strip); Peace on Earth; The Lovebeast; The Real Life Mr Newman)
Savoy 0861-30037-8, 1980, 157pp.

The Dancers At the End of Time. London, Granada, 1981; with minor revisions to texts, London, Millennium, Apr 1993; with further minor revisions to texts, London, Orion, Oct 1996; White Wolf, Jun 1998.
(contains: An Alien Heat, The Hollow Lands, The End of All Songs. The Millennium edition adds a new Foreword.)
Panther 0583-13639-7, 1983, viii+663pp.
Millennium 1857-98036-0, 1993, 538pp.
Millennium 0752-80617-3, 1996, 664pp.
Gollancz 0575-07476-0 [SF Masterworks 53], 2003, 664pp, £6.99. Cover by Steve Stone

Warrior of Mars (City of the Beast, Lord of the Spiders, Masters of the Pit). London, New English Library, 1981; as Kane of Old Mars, White Wolf, Feb 1998.
(contains: City of the Beast, Lord of the Spiders, Masters of the Pit. White Wolf editions adds a new Introduction.)
New English Library 0450-04830-6, 1981. 384pp.
New English Library 0450-05895-6 [3rd imp.] 1986, 384pp.

The Nomad of Time. New York, SFBC, 1982; London, Panther, 1984; with revised texts as A Nomad of the Time Streams, London, Millenium, Mar 1993; with minor corrections, London, Millennium, Jun 1996; White Wolf, Apr 1997.
(contains: The Warlord of the Air, The Land Leviathan, The Steel Tsar. The Millennium edition adds a Foreword and revised texts. The White Wolf edition has a reivised introduction.)
Panther 0586-06135-5, 1984, 153pp.
as A Nomad of the Time Streams, Millennium 1857-98033-6, 1993, 457pp.
as A Nomad of the Time Streams, Millennium 1867-98448-X, 1996, 549pp.

Elric At the End of Time. London, New English Library, May 1984; New York, DAW Books, May 1985; title story later published seperately, illus. Rodney Matthews, Paper Tiger, Jun 1987.
(contains: Introduction (ar); Elric at the End of Time; The Last Enchantment; The Secret Life of Elric of Meniboné (ar); Sojan the Swordsman; New Worlds—Jerry Cornelius (ar); In Lighter Vein (ar); The Stone Thing)

The Elric Saga Part I. New York, SFBC, Jun 1984
(contains: Elric of Melniboné, The Sailor on the Seas of Fate, The Weird of the White Wolf)

The Elric Saga Part II. New York, SFBC, Sep 1984.
(contains: The Vanishing Tower, The Bane of the Black Sword, Stormbringer)

The Opium General and Other Stories. London, Harrap, Dec 1984.
(contains: Introduction (ar); The Alchemist’s Question; The Opium General; Going to Canada; Leaving Pasadena; Crossing into Cambodia; Starship Stormtroopers (ar); Nestor Nakhno (ar); Who’ll Be Next? (ar))

The Chronicles of Count Brass. London, Granada, Sep 1985; as Count Brass, London, Millennium, Dec 1993; with minor revisions, London, Millennium, Sep 1998; White Wolf, Aug 2000.
(contains: Count Brass, The Champion of Garathorm, The Quest for Tanelorn. Millennium edition adds a new Foreword.)
Millennium 1857-98050-6, 1993, 340pp.
Millennium 0752-81720-5, 1998, 401pp.
as Hawkmoon: Count Brass, Millennium 978-0575-09248-8, 2013.

The Cornelius Chronicles Vol II. New York, Avon, Aug 1986.
(contains: The Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius (ar), The Peking Junction, The Delhi Division, The Tank Trapeze, The Nature of the Catastrophe, The Swastika Set-Up, The Sunset Perspective, Sea Wolves, Voortrekker, Dead Singers, The Longford Cup, The Entropy Circuit, The Entropy Tango, For One Day Only: Two Mighty Empires Clash; The Kassandra Peninsula; Revolutions; The Minstrel Girl; Harlequin’s Lament)

The Cornelius Chronicles Vol III. New York, Avon, Feb 1987.
(contains: (The Adventures of Una Perrson and Catherine Cornelius the Twentieth Century, The Alechemist’s Question)

Tales From the End of Time. New York, SFBC, Aug 1989.
(contains: Legends From the End of Time, A Messiah At the End of Time)

Casablanca. London, Gollancz, Dec 1989
(contains: Introduction (ar); Casablanca; The Frozen Cardinal; Hanging the Fool; The Murderer’s Song; The Last Call; Introduction (ar); Scratching a Living (ar); Mervyn Peake (ar); Harlan Ellison (ar); A Fiercer Hen (ar); Angus Wilson (ar); Andrea Dworkin (ar); Maeve Gilmore (ar); Taking the Life Out of London (ar); The Smell of Old Vienna (ar); Literally London (ar); People of the Book (ar); London Lost and Found (ar); Building the New Jerusalem (ar); Who’s Really Covering Up (ar); What Feminism Has Done For Me (ar); Caught Up in Reality (ar); Anti-Personnel Capability (ar); The Case Against Pornography (ar); Adding to the Legend (ar); Gold Diggers of 1977 (Ten Claims That Won Our Hearts))

Von Bek. London, Millennium, Nov 1992; with minor revisions, London, Millennium, Jun 1995; expanded as Von Bek: The Eternal Champion Volume 2, White Wolf, Jan 1995.
(contains: Foreword (ar), revised texts of The War Hound and the World’s Pain, The City in the Autumn Stars, The Pleasure Gardens of Felipe Sagittarius. The White Wof edition adds The Dragon in the Sword)
Millennium 1857-98436-6, 1992, 646pp.
Millennium 1857-98436-6, 1995, 646pp.

The Eternal Champion. London, Millennium, Nov 1992; with minor revision, London, Millennium, Aug 1995.
(contains: Foreword (ar), The Eternal Champion, Phoenix in Obsidian, The Dragon in the Sword.)
Millennium 1857-98026-3, 1992, 530pp.
Millennium 1857-98250-9, 1995, 659pp.

Sailing To Utopia. London, Millenium, Feb 1993; with minor revisions, London, Millennium, Apr 1996; White Wolf, Jul 1997.
(contains: Foreword (ar), revised texts of The Ice Schooner, The Black Corridor, The Distant Suns, Flux)
Millennium 1857-97032-8, 1993, 463pp.
Millennium 1857-98306-8, 1996, 547pp.

Elric of Melniboné. London, Millennium, May 1993; with minor revisions, London, Orion, Dec 1996; as Elric: Songs of the Black Sword, White Wolf, Oct 1997.
(contains: Foreword (ar); revised text versions of Elric of Melniboné, The Fortress of the Pearl, The Sailor on the Seas of Fate, The Dreaming City, While the Gods Laugh, The Singing Citadel. The White Wolf edition has an expanded introduction.)
Millennium 1857-98038-7, 1993, 548pp.
Millennium 0752-80632-7, 1996, 672pp.

Stormbringer. London, Millenium, Aug 1993; with minor revisions, London, Orion, Oct 1997; as Elric: The Stealer of Souls, White Wolf, Oct 1998.
(contains: The Sleeping Sorceress, The Revenge of the Rose, The Stealer of Souls, Kings in Darkness, The Caravan of Forgotten Dreams, Stormbringer, Elric: A Reader’s Guide by John Davey (ar))
Millennium 1857-98046-8, 1993, 659pp.
Orion 0752-80906-7, 1997, 816pp.

Earl Aubec and Other Stories. London, Millennium, Nov 1993; with minor revisions, London, Orion, Dec 1997; White Wolf, Nov 1999.
(contains: Foreword (ar); Earl Aubec; Jesting with Chaos; The Greater Conqueror; Going Home; Hanging the Fool; Consuming Passions; Wolf; Environment Problem; The Opium General; A Dead Singer; The Lovebeast; The Ruins; The Golden Barge: A Fable, The Deep Fix, The Real Life Mr Newman (Adventures of a Dead Astronaut), Good-Bye Miranda, Islands, Casablanca: An Episode in the Third World War, Going to Canada, Leaving Pasadena, Crossing into Cambodia, Mars, The Frozen Cardinal, Peace on Earth, The End, The Mountain, The Time Dwellers, Escape from Evening, Waiting for the End of Time…, The Stone Thing: A Tale of Strange Parts, The Last Call, My Life, The Museum of the Future: Homage to H. G. Wells and The Time Machine, 1895, To Rescue Talelorn…)

A Cornelius Calendar. London, Phoenix House, Dec 1993
(contains: The Adventures of Una Persson and Catherine Cornelius in the Twentieth Century, The Entropy Tango, Gold Diggers of 1977; The Alchemist’s Question)
Phoenix 1897-58060-6, 1993, 600pp. [[softcover??]]

Behold the Man and Other Stories. London, Phoenix House, Jun 1994.
(contains: Behold the Man; Constant Fire; Breakfast in the Ruins)
Phoenix 1897-58041-X, 1994, 409pp.

The Eternal Champion Volume 1. White Wolf, Oct 1994.
(contains: Introduction (ar), The Eternal Champion, The Sundered Worlds, Phoenix in Obsidian, To Rescue Tanelorn…)

Lunching with the Anti-Christ. Shingletown, CA, Mark V. Ziesing, Feb 1995.
(contains: Introduction (ar), A Winter Admiral, Wheel of Fortune, Dead Singers, Lunching with the Antichrist, The Opium General, The Cairene Purse, Crossing into Cambodia)

The Birds of the Moon: A Travellers' Tale (Von Bek). London, Jayde Design, Jul 1995.
Jayde Design, 1995, £2.50.

Fabulous Harbours (Begg). London, Millennium, Aug 1995; as Fabulous Harbors, New York, Avon, Feb 1997.
(contains: Introduction (ar), The Retirement of Jack Karaquazian (linking text), The White Pirate, Some Fragments Found in the Effects of Mr. Sam Oakenhurst, The Black Blade’s Summoning, Lunching with the Antichrist, The Affair of the Seven Virgins, The Girl Who Killed Sylvia Blade, Crimson Eyes, No Ordinary Christian, The Enigma Windows, Epilogue: The Birds of the Moon)
Millennium 1857-98409-9, 1995, 192pp [tpb]. Cover by Gustav Moreau
Millennium 1857-98312-2, 1996, 228pp. Cover by Gustav Moreau

The Roads Between the Worlds: The Eternal Champion Volume 6. White Wolf, Aug 1996.
(contains: Introduction (ar), The Wrecks of Time, The Winds of Limbo, The Shores of Death with framing passages)
(no UK paperback)

Tales from the Texas Woods. Austin, TX, Mojo Press, Sep 1997.
(contains: Introduction (ar), The Ghost Warriors by Warwick Calvin Jr., About My Multiverse (ar), The Further Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, I: The Adventure of the Texan’s Honour by John H. Watson, How Tom Mix Saved My Life (ar), A Catalogue of Memories: The Family Library Vol. XVII No. VII, Sword of Irony (ar), The Sun of Its Parts (ar), My Comic Life (ar), Johnny Lonesome Comes to Town, Bryan Talbot’s The Adventures of Luther Arkwright (ar), Disarming Evil (ar), Sir Milk-and-Blood)
(no UK paperback)

Elric. London, Orion/Gollancz, May 2001.
(contains: The Stealer of Souls, Stormbringer)
Gollancz 1857-98743-8 [Fantasy Masterworks 17], 2001, 416pp, £6.99. Cover by Michael Whelan

London Bone. London, Scribner UK, May 2001.
(contains: A Winder Admiral, London Blood, Doves in the Circle, The Clapham Antichrist, London Bone, The Cairene Purse, Furniture, Through the Shaving Mirror; or, How We Abolished the Future, Lost London Writers (ar))

Firing the Cathedral. Harrogate, PS Publishing, Oct 2002.

The Elric Saga, Part III. New York, SFBC, Jan 2003.
(contains: The Fortress of the Pearl, The Revenge of the Rose)

The Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius: Stories of the Comic Apocalypse. New York, Four Walls Eight Windows, Sep 2003.
(contains: Introduction (ar), The Peking Junction, The Delhi Division, The Tank Trapeze, The Swastika Set-Up, The Sunset Perspective, Sea Wolves, Voortrekker, The Spencer Inheritance, The Camus Connection, Cheering for the Rockets, Firing the Cathedral)

Jerry Cornell’s Comic Capers. UK, Immanion Press, Jun 2005.
(contains: The Chinese Agent, The Russian Intelligence)

The Elric Saga, Part IV. New York, SFBC, Sep 2005.
(contains: The Dreamthief’s Daughter, The Skrayling Tree, The White Wolf’s Son)

Metatemporal Detective. New York, Prometheus Books, Nov 2007.
(contains: The Affair of the Seven Virgins; Crimson Eyes; The Ghost Warriors; The Girl Who Killed Sylvia Blade; The Case of the Nazi Canary; Sir Milk-and-Blood; The Mystery of the Texas Twister; London Flesh; The Pleasure Garden of Felipe Sagittarius; The Affair of Le Bassin des Hivers; The Flaneur des arcades de l’Opera)

Elric The Stealer of Souls: Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 1. New York, Del Rey, 2008.
(contains: Putting a Tag on It; The Dreaming City; The Stealer of Souls; Kings in Darkness, with James Cawthorn); The Caravan of Forgotten Dreams; Mission to Asno; Origins; Dead God’s Homecoming; Black Sword’s Brothers; Sad Giant’s Shield; Doomed Lord’s Passing; Elric; The Secret Life of Elric of Melniboné; Final Judgement by Alan Forrest; The Zenith Letter (by Anthony Skene)

Elric To Rescue Tanelorn: Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 2. New York, Del Rey, 2008.
(contains: The Eternal Champion; To Rescue Tanelorn; The Last Enchantment (Jesting with Chaos); The Greater Conqueror; Master of Chaos (Earl Aubec); Phase 1: A Jerry Cornelius Story; The Singing Citadel; The Jade Man’s Eyes; The Stone Thing; Elric at the End of Time; The Black Blade’s Song (The White Wolf’s Song); Crimson Eyes; Sir Milk-and-Blood; The Roaming Forest; Origins)

Elric The Sleeping Sorceress: Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melnibone Volume 3. New York, Del Rey, 2008.
(contains: The Sleeping Sorceress; And so the Great Emperor Received His Education; Elric of Melniboné; Aspects of Fantasy (1); Elric of Meniboné: Introduction to the Graphic Adaptation; El Cid and Elric: Under the Influence!; Origins)

The Best of Michael Moorcock, ed. John Davey with Ann & Jeff VanDerMeer. San Francisco, CA, Tachyon, 2009.
(contains: A Portrait in Ivory; The Visible Men; A Dead Singer; Lunching with the Antichrist; The Opium General; Behold the Man; A Winter Admiral; London Bone; Colour; Going to Canada; Leaving Pasadena; Crossing Into Cambodia; Doves in the Circle; The Deep Fix; The Birds of the Moon; The Cairene Purse; A Slow Saturday Night at the Surrealist Sporting Club)

Duke Elric: Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 4. New York, Del Rey, 2009.
(contains: The Sailor on the Seas of Fate; Duke Elric; Aspects of Fantasy (2); The Flaneur des Arcades de l’Opera; Elric: A Personality at War; Origins)

Elric In the Dream Realms: Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 5. New York, Del Rey, 2009.
(contains: The Fortress of the Pearl; Elric: The Making of a Sorcerer; A Portrait in Ivory; Aspects of Fantasy (3); Earl Aubec of Malador; Introduction to the Taiwan Edition of Elric; One Life, Furnished in Early Moorcock by Neil Gaiman; Origins)

Elric Swords and Roses: Chronicles of the Last Emperor of Melniboné Volume 6. New York, Del Rey, 2010.
(contains: The Revenge of the Rose; Stormbringer: First Draft Screenplay; Black Petals; Aspects of Fantasy (4); Introduction to The Skrayling Tree; Introduction to the French Edition of Elric; Elric: A New Reader’s Guide; Origins)

Elric of Melnibone and other stories. London, Gollancz, 2013.
(contains: Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by John Clute (ar); Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by Michael Moorcock (ar); The Return of the Thin White Duke by Alan Moore (ar); Putting a Tag on It by Michael Moorcock (ar); Master of Chaos; Elric: The Making of a Sorcerer; And So the Great Emperor Received His Education...; Elric of Melnibone; Aspects of Fantasy: 1: Introduction by Michael Moorcock (ar); Introduction (to Elric of Melnibone, Graphic Adaptation, 1986) by Michael Moorcock (ar); El Cid and Elric: Under the Influence! by Michael Moorcock (ar))
Gollancz 978-11309-1, (May) 2013, xx+359pp, £8.99. Cover by Michael Whelan

Elric: The Sailor of on the Seas of Fate. London, Gollancz, 2013.
(contains: Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by John Clute (ar); Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by Michael Moorcock (ar); Foreword by Michael Chabon (ar); Introduction to the Audiorealms Version of Sailor on the Seas of Fate by Michael Moorcock (ar); The Sailor on the Seas of Fate; The Dreaming City; A Portrait in Ivory; While the Gods Laugh; The Singing Citadel; Aspects of Fantasy: 3: Figures of Faust by Michael Moorcock (ar); Elric: A Personality at War by Adrian Snook (ar))
Gollancz 978-0575-11360-2, (Sep) 2013, xx+326pp, £8.99. Cover by Michael Whelan

Elric: The Sleeping Sorceress. London, Gollancz, 2013.
(contains: Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by John Clute (ar); Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by Michael Moorcock (ar); My Eternal Champion by Walter Mosley (ar); The Eternal Champion; The Greater Conqueror; Earl Aubec of Maldor; The Sleeping Sorceress; The Stone Thing. A Tale of Strange Parts; Sir Milk-and-Blood; The Roaming Forest. A Tale of the Red Archer; The Flaneur des Arcades de l'Opera; Aspects of Fantasy: 4: Conclusion by Michael Moorcock (ar))
Gollancz 978-0575-11388-6, (Nov) 2013, xx+404pp, £8.99. Cover by Chris Achilleos

Elric: The Revenge of the Rose. London, Gollancz, 2014
(contains: Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by John Clute (ar); Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by Michael Moorcock (ar); Foreword by Holly Black; The Revenge of the Rose; The Stealer of Souls; Kings in Darkness; The Caravan of Forgotten Dreams; The Last Enchantment (Jesting with Chaos); To Rescue Tanelorn...; Introduction to the French Omnibus Edition of Elric (ar))
Gollancz 978-0575-11410-4, (Jan) 2014, xx+426pp, £8.99. Cover by Robert Gould

Jerry Cornelius: His Lives and Times, ed. John Davey. London, Gollancz, 2014
(contains: Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by John Clute (ar); Introduction to the Michael Moorcock Collection by Michael Moorcock (ar); The Peking Junction; The Delhi Division; The Tank Trapeze; The Nature of the Catastrophe; The Swastika Set-Up; The Sunset Perspective; Sea Wolves; Voortrekker; Dead Singers; The Longford Cup; The Entropy Circuit; The Entropy Circuit (fragment); The Murderer's Song; The Gangrene Collection; The Romanian Question; The Spencer Inheritance; The Camus Connection; Cheering for the Rockets; The Visible Man; Walking the Hog; Epilogue: The Dodgem Decision)
Gollancz 978-1473-20072-2, (May) 2014, 389pp, £9.99.

My Experiences in the Third World War and other stories. London, Gollancz, 2014.
Gollancz 978-0575-11505-7, (Oct) 2014, xviii+305pp, £9.99.

The Brothel in Rosenstrasse and other stories. London, Gollancz, 2014.
Gollancz 978-0575-11522-4, (Nov) 2014, xviii+265pp, £9.99. Cover by Max Kurzweil

Breakfast in the Ruins and other stories. London, Gollancz, 2014.
Gollancz 978-0575-11553-8, (Dec) 2014, xviii+323pp, £8.99. Cover by Stanislaw Fernandes

Verse
Dude’s Dreams: The Music of Michael Moorcock, ed. Brian Tawn; illus. Andreas Stüwe. Hawkfan, Oct 1997.

Graphic Novels
Elric: The Return to Melniboné (illustrated by Philippe Druillet, text by Moorcock). Brighton, Unicorn, 1973; with new afterword, London, Jayde Desgin, Aug 1997.
The Jewel the Skull (illustrated by James Cawthorn). London, Big O/Savoy, Oct 1978
The Swords of Heaven, The Flowers of Hell (illustrated by Howard Chaykin, Erekose) US: 1979
Stormbringer (illustrated by James Cawthorn). Manchester, Savoy, 1980.
Michael Moorcock’s Multiverse, illus. Walter Simonson, Mark Reeve & John Ridgway. New York, DC/Vertigo, Nov 1999.

Non-Fiction
Building A Brighter Britain (pamphlet). Liberal Party, c1962.
Old Age Pensions (pamphlet). Liberal Party, c1962.
Epic Pooh (chap). London, British Fantasy Society, Feb 1978.
The Retreat From Liberty: The Erosion Of Democracy Today’s Britain. London, Zomba Books, 1983.
Letters From Hollywood, illus, Michael Foreman. London, Harrap, Sep 1986.
Wizardry and Wild Romance: A Study of the Epic Fantasy. London, Gollancz, Aug 1987; revised and expanded, MonkeyBrain Books, Sep 2004.
Fantasy: The 100 Best Books (credited as w/James Cawthorn, but actually all by Cawthorn except an introduction by Moorcock and a reprinted entry). London, Xanadu, Nov 1988; New York, Carroll & Graf, Jan 1989.
Into the Media Web: Selected Short Non-Fiction, 1956-2006. Manchester, Savoy Books, 2010.
London Peculiar and other nonfiction, co-edited with Allan Kausch. Oakland, CA, PM Press, 2012.

Anthologies edited by Moorcock
The Best of New Worlds. London, Compact, 1965.
SF Reprise 1. London, Compact, Dec 1966.
SF Reprise 2. London, Compact, Dec 1966.
SF Reprise 5. London, Compact, 1967.
The Best SF From New Worlds. London, Panther, 1967; New York, Berkley, 1968.
Best SF Stories From New Worlds 2. London, Panther, 1968; New York, Berkley, 1969.
Best SF Stories From New Worlds 3. London, Panther, 1968; New York, Berkley, 1971.
Best SF Stories From New Worlds 4. London, Panther, 1969; New York, Berkley, 1971.
Best SF Stories From New Worlds 5. London, Panther, 1969; New York, Berkley, 1971.
The Inner Landscape (anonymously). London, Allison & Busby, 1969.
The Traps of Time. London, Rapp & Whiting, 1969.
Best SF Stories From New Worlds 6. London, Panther, 1970; New York, Berkley, 1971.
Best SF Stories From New Worlds 7. London, Panther, 1971.
The Nature of the Catastrophe, with Langdon Jones. London, Hutchinson, 1971.
New Worlds 1. London, Sphere, Jun 1971; as New Worlds Quarterly 1 New York, Berkley, 1971.
New Worlds 2. London, Sphere, Sep 1971; as New Worlds Quarterly 2 New York, Berkley, 1971.
New Worlds 3. London, Sphere, Jan 1972; as New Worlds Quarterly 3 New York, Berkley, 1972.
New Worlds 4. London, Sphere, Apr 1972; as New Worlds Quarterly 4 New York, Berkley, 1972.
New Worlds 5. London, Sphere, Jan 1973.
New Worlds 6 (w/Charles Platt). London, Sphere, Sep 1973; as New Worlds 5 New York, Avon-Equinox, 1974.
Best SF Stories From New Worlds 8. London, Panther, Mar 1974.
Before Armageddon. London, W.H. Allen, Oct 1975.
England Invaded. London, W.H. Allen, Oct 1977.
New Worlds: An Anthology. London, Flamingo, 1983; revised, New York, Thunder’s Mouth, Sep 2004.
New Worlds No.221. London, Jayde Design, Nov 1996.
The New Nature of the Catastrophe, with Langdon Jones. London, Millennium, Jul 1993; with revisions, London, Orion, Mar 1997.
New Worlds, with David S. Garnett. White Wolf, Aug 1997.

About
Michael Moorcock: A Reader’s Guide by John Davey. London, John Davey, Jul 1991; revised, Jul 1992.
Michael Moorcock: Death Is No Obstacle by Colin Greenland. Manchester, Savoy, Aug 1992.

1 comment:

Doomroar said...

This is one hell of a way to start December!