I think both Amazons would like me to use their graphics for every link to Amazon book pages, but it looked a dreadful mess in the list below. Instead, please imagine these logos scattered all over the place:
Fictionwise also want a link to their recommendations page, so here it is.
Available from others
- Langford backlist at Cosmos Books/Wildside Press
- The Apricot Files – 2007 trade paperback, Lulu.com.
- The Complete Critical Assembly – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com (trade paperback); Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com (hardback).
- A Cosmic Cornucopia – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- Different Kinds of Darkness – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com (trade paperback); Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com (hardback).
- Earthdoom! – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
- The Encyclopedia of Fantasy – 1997 hardback Amazon.co.uk; 1999 paperback with addenda Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- The End of Harry Potter? – 2006 hardback, Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com. 2007 UK trade paperback (revised) Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com. 2007 US trade paperback (revised with one small cut) Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com.
- Guts: A Comedy of Manners – 2001 trade paperback. Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- He Do The Time Police In Different Voices – 2003 hardback, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com. 2003 trade paperback, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- Irrational Numbers – Necronomicon Press.
- The Leaky Establishment – latest trade paperback edition (with an introduction by Terry Pratchett), August 2003 – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
- Maps: The Uncollected John Sladek – second edition, 2003. Trade paperback Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com Hardback Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com
- The Necronomicon – Amazon.co.uk
- The SEX Column and other misprints – 2005 hardback, Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com. 2005 trade paperback, Amazon.co.uk Amazon.com.
- The Silence of the Langford – NESFA Press and Amazon.com.
- The Space Eater – available as an e-book (but not in Rocket format) from E-Reads via Fictionwise.com. Trade paperback available from Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- The Unseen University Challenge – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- Up Through an Empty House of Stars – 2003 hardback, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com. 2003 trade paperback, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- The Wyrdest Link – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
See the Short Story bibliography for details of which stories appear in my own collections, and for links to Fictionwise e-books. See also AnthologyBuilder.
- "As Strange a Maze as E'er Men Trod" – in Shakespearean Detectives ed. Mike Ashley – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- "The Case of Jack the Clipper" – in The Mammoth Book of Seriously Comic Fantasy ed. Mike Ashley – Amazon.co.uk and (US title The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy II) Amazon.com.
- "Deepnet" – in Shadows Over Innsmouth ed. Stephen Jones – Amazon.co.uk.
- "Different Kinds of Darkness" – in Year's Best SF 6 ed. David G. Hartwell – Amazon.com. Winner of Hugo Award for best short story of 2000.
- "The Distressing Damsel" – in The Mammoth Book of Comic Fantasy ed. Mike Ashley – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- "A Game of Consequences" – in Starlight 2 ed. Patrick Nielsen Hayden – Amazon.com. Also in Year's Best SF 4 ed. David G. Hartwell – Amazon.com.
- "Not Ours To See" – reprinted in Mike Ashley's The Mammoth Book of Awesome Comic Fantasy – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- "The Repulsive Story of the Red Leech" – an authorized Sherlock Holmes story, in The Mammoth Book of New Sherlock Holmes Stories ed. Mike Ashley – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
- "Serpent Eggs" – reprinted in The Mammoth Book of Best New Horror – Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com.
Not including texts on this site.
- Essays on Greg Bear and Christopher Priest (plus shorter updates on Damon Knight, Larry Niven and Jack Vance) – in Science Fiction Writers, Second Edition ed. Richard Bleiler – Amazon.com
- "Growing Up, Striking Back" – in Jack Vance: Critical Appreciations and a Bibliography ed. A.E. Cunningham – Amazon.co.uk. Collected, with cuts restored, in Up Through an Empty House of Stars.
- Introduction to Terry Pratchett: Guilty of Literature ed. Andrew M. Butler, Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn – SF Foundation. Collected, with corrections, in Up Through an Empty House of Stars. Revised and expanded version since written for second edition.
Available from David Langford by mail order or PayPal
See also Ansible Editions and this imprint's Lulu.com showcase page.
- War in 2080: The Future of Military Technology – currently available for cost of postage within the UK only
- The Leaky Establishment – sorry, I've run out of hardback first editions. Try Rog Peyton's Replay Books, rog at rogpeyton fsnet co uk.
- Micromania – £8.00 hardback (1st); £4.00 slightly updated paperback
- The TransAtlantic Hearing Aid – £5.00 (1st; proceeds to TAFF)
- Platen Stories – £5.00 (1st)
- The Silence of the Langford – £12.00 UK only. Now in its second printing.
All signed unless you request otherwise. Books ordered from me are post free in UK. Various rates apply to mailing these things abroad (air, air printed matter, surface, surface printed matter): please enquire. Orders, except where indicated, to:
David Langford, 94 London Road, Reading, Berkshire, England, RG1 5AU.
I have a dollar bank account and can take US$ checks for most of the above, using whatever exchange rate applies when you order. No credit cards, alas. Better PayPal facilities may be added some day: meanwhile, you can always send me sterling, dollars or Euro for anything you want to order, via the PayPal donation buttons.