Online DUFF auction

The list below is what remains from the items donated from the Art Widner estate that were not sent to the Worldcon auction. I am collecting more donations and will run an online auction if there is interest in any of this. Good stuff, people! If you see something you like and you want to make an offer, please contact me at downunderfanfunds@gmail.com!

Cecelia Holland, Floating Worlds (Knopf, 1976). HC, 1st, Good. Slight wear on dust jacket, discoloration from dust.

Kim Stanley Robinson, Red Mars (Bantam, 1993). HC, 1st, Very Good. Slight wear on dust jacket. Nebula/BSFA winner.

Kim Stanley Robinson, Green Mars (Bantam, 1994). HC, 1st, Very Good. Slight wear on dust jacket. Hugo winner.

Kim Stanley Robinson, Blue Mars (Bantam, 1996). HC, 1st, Very Good. Slight wear on dust jacket. Hugo winner.

Kim Stanley Robinson, The Martians (Bantam, 1999). HC, Very Good. Bend edges on dust jacket, slight creasing on pages.

Kim Stanley Robinson, The Years of Rice and Salt (Bantam, 2002). HC, 1st, Fine. Locus Award winner.

Robert Sheckley, Dimensions of Sheckley: Selected Novels (NESFA Press, 2002). HC, Fine. Cover by Bob Eggleton.

A. Bertram Chandler, Kelly Country (Penguin Australia, 1983). PB, 1st, Very Good. Faded on spine.

Frank Clune, Ned Kelly (Angus & Robertson, 1980). PB, Very Good. First published as Ned Kelly’s Last Stand, 1962.

Theodora Kroeber, Ishi, Last of His Tribe (Bantam, 1978). PB, Good. Cover folded and slightly worn.

David Langford, The Space Eater (Timescape, 1983). PB, 1st, Good. Cover folded and worn. His first novel.

Vonda N. McIntyre, The Exile Waiting (Fawcett, 1976). PB, 1st, Very Good. Slight wear. Nebula/Locus winner.

Vonda N. McIntyre, Starfarers (Ace, 1989). PB, 1st, Very Good. Slight wear, pen mark on 1 page. Signed to Art Widner, 1991.

Vonda N. McIntyre, Transition (Ace, 1991). PB, 1st, Fine. 2 of 4 in a series. Signed to Art Widner, 1991.

Joanna Russ, And Chaos Died (Ace, 1970). PB, 1st, Very Good.

Joanna Russ, The Female Man (Bantam, 1973). PB, 1st, Very Good. James Tiptree, Jr. award winner (retrospective).

Joanna Russ, We Who Are About To… (Dell, 1977). PB, 1st, Very Good.

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