Not Tarantino one. Real pulp fiction magazines and books are in my focus these days. Philip K Dick, like many many other authors of Sci-fi novels and short stories, published a bunch of works in those cheap publications. From 50’s to 60’s (for now), I’d located several of them, in great titles like Galaxy, If, Wonder Stories, Amazing Stories, and many more. These little books are old, very old, cheap paper with rusty and hard smell… Old paper, humidity, bacteries…. All of this will be removed, with luck, when I receive a little ozonizer!!! Will post the results… Meanwhile, I love to collect these littleRead More →

Published by Starmont House, this guide introduces the reader to Dick’s world, from a brief chronology of their works to a complete travel through stories and novels, trying to understand them. Guía de lectura a Philip K Dick Publicada por Starmont House, esta breve guía introduce al lector al mundo de Dick, desde una breve cronología de sus trabajos hasta un completo viaje a través de sus relatos y novelas, intentando entenderlas. ISSN: 0272-7730Read More →

Sci-fi magazine devoted to Blade Runner. Origin, Italy. Contains an inedit short story of Philip K Dick, “Immunitá” (“The Hood Maker”), “Venti Evocazioni” by Bruce Sterling and other stories. Interesting illustrations inside. Blade Runner 12, 03/1992 Revista de ciencia ficción italiana. Contiene el cuento inédito* (se supone que en dicho año) de Philip D Dick, “Immunitá” (“The Hood Maker”, “El fabricante de capuchas“) y el relato “Venti Evocazioni” de Bruce Sterling entre otros. Ilustraciones interiores interesantes, al estilo comic en B/N. *Al parecer este cuento está incluído en las Selected Stories Vol. 2 (edición USA), y en español, se encuenta en la edición de losRead More →

One man links “The Deer Hunter”, “Blade Runner”, “The Italian Job”, “Don’t Look Now”, “The Wicker Man” and “The Man Who Fell To Earth”. Producer Michael Deeley. This is a no-holds-barred look at the true stories behind some of the greatest cult movies ever made. Blade Runners, Deer Hunters & Blowing the Bloody Doors Off Un hombre enlaza “The Deer Hunter”, “Blade Runner”, “The Italian Job”, “Don’t Look Now”, “The Wicker Man” and “The Man Who Fell To Earth”. Se trata del productor Michael Deeley. En este libro se encuentra historias reales detrás de algunas de las más grandes películas de culto jamás hechas.Read More →

Dick books are a great addition to any Blade Runner collection, IMHO. And… I begun to collect them from the very start of my Blade Runner hobby. I take it in any language available, no matter. Yes, I’m not a multilingual reader, but… well, I can read in more than one… 😀 This week I received a nice lot of 4 Dick books, in a near brand new status. They are: Cantata-140 The Collected Stories of Philip K Dick, volume 5. A maze of Death Confessions of a crap artist Cuatro libros de Dick Los libros de Dick son una gran aportación a cualquier colecciónRead More →

Blade Runner 2 – The edge of human K. W. Jeter In 1982 Ridley Scott’s brilliant science fiction movie Blade RunnerTM was released, and a phenomenon was born. Set in the steel-and-microchip jungle of 21st-century Los Angeles, Scott’s masterpiece re-created our vision of the future, telling the story of Rick Deckard, a “blade runner” who tracks down and execute renegade androids. Now, for the millions of fans of the movie, K.W. Jeter’s stylish and sophisticated new novel will reenter that seedy, high-tech world for a new chapter of thrilling futuristic suspense. «Rick Deckard was last seen trying to flee Los Angeles with the beautiful replicantRead More →