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Strange Wonders: A Collection of Rare Fritz Leiber Works

Published by Subterranean Press in 2010.


Subterranean Press

  • Trade: 2000 fully cloth bound hardcover edition, 280 pages
  • Limited: 150 numbered copies, bound in leather, signed by the editor, 344 pages


  • Benjamin Szumskyj


  • Introduction–The Cream of the Damned by Benjamin Szumskyj

Fragments, Drafts and Miscellanea

  • The Tale of the Grain Ships–A Fragment
  • Insanity [1]
  • Opaque Corridor
  • Predator Universe
  • Social Inventor
  • The Adventurer
  • The Communicants
  • The Feeler
  • The Wrong Track
  • Trap
  • Boom, Boom, Boom!
  • Concerning Tribalism and Loving the World
  • Final Commentary
  • Insanity [2]
  • Night Ramble
  • Privacy
  • Semicentennial
  • The Red-Headed Nightmare–A Fragment
  • The Unhuman
  • To Jonquil
  • Let's Pursue Happiness
  • Notes for Study of Mac
  • Practice Writing
  • The Lust of the Alien

In the Beginning

  • In the Beginning: An Introduction by Fritz Leiber
  • Adventures of a Balloon
  • After the Darkness
  • Children of Jerusalem
  • Further Adventures of a Balloon
  • Riches and Power
  • The Road to Jordan

Poetry by Fritz Leiber

  • Demons of the Upper Air
  • Ghosts
  • The Recognition of Death
  • Challenge
  • Night of Death: An Introduction
  • The Gray Mouser: I
  • The Gray Mouser: II
  • The Midnight Wall
  • 5447 Ridgewood Court
  • The Other Side
  • Past Druid Guards
  • The Voice of Man
  • Poor Little Ape
  • Santa Monica Beach at Sunset
  • 1959: the Beach at Santa Monica

Other Works by Fritz Leiber

  • The Mystery of the Japanese Clock
  • Quicks around the Zodiac - A Farce

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Chris Dunlapcharaina, 2020/04/26 17:25

Hello, I was curious as to what the stories “Predator Universe” and “The Unhuman” were about, or if there are any other good fragments in the collection Strange Wonders.

Charles Fewlasssrithofthescrolls, 2021/06/03 11:28

Hello Charaina,

I hate to say this, but I have not read the book yet. Perhaps another visitor to this site can fill us in? Thanks for dropping by Charaina.

Cheers, Charles

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