1. todgeweiht:
“What a terrible dream I had a few days ago. […] To the knives and forks clung the tears of enemies I destroyed, and the glasses sang with the sighs of many poor people, but the tear-stains only made me want to laugh, while the hopeless sighs sounded to me like music. I needed banquet music and had it.” ― Robert Walser, Jakob von Gunten

    todgeweiht:

    “What a terrible dream I had a few days ago. […] To the knives and forks clung the tears of enemies I destroyed, and the glasses sang with the sighs of many poor people, but the tear-stains only made me want to laugh, while the hopeless sighs sounded to me like music. I needed banquet music and had it.”
    ― Robert Walser, Jakob von Gunten

  2. Another excellent Robert Sheckley pulp paperback cover. (Here’s one more.) Store of the Worlds, coming from us this spring.
genelogic:

Robert Sheckley, Shards of Space (1962), cover by Hoot von Zitzewitz. Don’t ask me if that is the artist’s real name.

    Another excellent Robert Sheckley pulp paperback cover. (Here’s one more.)
    Store of the Worlds, coming from us this spring.

    genelogic:

    Robert Sheckley, Shards of Space (1962), cover by Hoot von Zitzewitz. Don’t ask me if that is the artist’s real name.

  3. One of these days we’re going to post our own collection of fabulous Robert Sheckley pulp SF covers, but until then, we can all make do with this.
In case you didn’t know, our collection of Sheckley stories, Store of the Worlds (edited by Jonathan Lethem and Alex Abramovich), is out this April
portadaz:

Mindswap (1967) by Mars book covers: Science Fiction & Fantasy on Flickr.

    One of these days we’re going to post our own collection of fabulous Robert Sheckley pulp SF covers, but until then, we can all make do with this.

    In case you didn’t know, our collection of Sheckley stories, Store of the Worlds (edited by Jonathan Lethem and Alex Abramovich), is out this April

    portadaz:

    Mindswap (1967) by Mars book covers: Science Fiction & Fantasy on Flickr.