Regarding all my books once purchased for DF Lewis gestalt reviewing purposes.

I am now selling all my books for fair prices, including my purchased review books – most of the latter with my pencil marks as marginalia. Books listed via various links here: https://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/navigation-backstory/. The search box above is also very efficient. And there are a few specific links in the first comment below. Simply, contact me at dflewis48@hotmail.com

I intend to continue buying books and reviewing them. This exercise is not caused by a particular need for money, but by a need for more space and for less of a future burden to those who would inherit my books. Any profits from the fair prices I receive will be re-invested in future book purchases for my real-time reviewing.

I can only handle one book at a time per individual. That is, quotation, agreement, payment received, parcel posted, then onward to the next book. No reservations. I want to transfer my pencil annotated books as widely and as slowmotion as possible.

I anticipate this process taking up to ten years from 2018 when it started.


Plus BOOKS edited or written BY DF LEWIS below:

§ denotes the books currently in my possession.

Postage possibly extra.

Nemonymous 1 … £5 §
Nemonymous 2 … £5 §
Nemonymous 3 … £5 §
Nemonymous 4 … £5 §
Nemonymous 5 … £5 §
Zencore (Nemonymous 7) … £8 §
Cone Zero (Nemonymous 8) … £8 §
Cern Zoo (Nemonymous 9) … £8 §
Null Immortalis (Nemonymous 10) – £8 §

AN UNEASY DEATH (effectively beyond cost)
Gestalt my retrocausal penance of teleology. Hardcore early DFL fiction, shameless.

Agra Aska (Megazathus Press) … £5 §
The Last Balcony (InkerMen Press) … £15 §
Weirdtongue (InkerMen Press) … £5 §
The Horror Anthology of Horror Anthologies (Megazanthus Press) … £8 §
First Book of Classical Music Horror Stories (Megazanthus Press) … £8 §
Horror Without Victims (Megazanthus Press) … £8 §
Only Connect (stories with Gordon Lewis – Cartref Press) … £5 §

Nemonymous 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 were restricted to 500 copies each.
Nemonymous 7, 8, 9 & 10 to 200 copies each.
Only Connect to 500 copies
Last Balcony & Weirdtongue, only 50 copies of each bought by myself when the publisher InkerMen Press (run by DP Watt) ceased trading and he placed these books otherwise out of print.

NEMONYMOUS NIGHT – Novel  (Chomu Press 2011): HERE. I also have a couple of copies to sign and sell. §

The hardback ‘THE LAST BALCONY’ (reviewed in 2012 by Rhys Hughes HERE) – a few InkerMen Press original editions (signed) available from me at cost price. §

Signed copy of ‘Cloistered by Ravelled Bones & Ruined Wallshttps://dflewisreviews.wordpress.com/2017/04/06/cloistered-in-ravelled-bones-and-ruined-walls/ §

A Dead Monument to Once Ancient Hope’: https://www.ziesings.com/pages/books/52058/d-f-lewis/a-dead-monument-to-once-ancient-hope

THE BIG-HEADED PEOPLE (Eibonvale Press 2017) signed copies at normal price. §

WEIRDMONGER (Prime Books 2003): HERE


Google for:
BEST NEW HORROR 1, 2 & 6 (Ed. Stephen Jones late 1980s, early 1990s)
YEARS BEST HORROR STORIES – last five consecutive issues (Ed. Karl Edward Wagner)
SIGNALS (Alan Ross, London Magazine, late 1980s, Macmillan)
STAND magazine (early 1990s)
and many more!

DF Lewis received the British Fantasy Society Karl Edward Wagner Award 1998
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nemonymous

13 thoughts on “*

  1. I am deliberately doing this over ten years, without an intermediary, as I want to say a personal goodbye to each book as I infuse its spirit.
    My memories of each book are also enshrined in my on-line Gestalt Real-Time Reviews, and incorporated in hard copy books, too.

    — Written by me recently during a FB discussion!

  2. “Every book has a soul. The soul of the person who wrote it and of those who read it and lived and dreamed with it. Every time a book changes hands, every time someone runs his eyes down its pages, its spirit grows and strengthens.”
    —from ‘The Shadow Of The Wind’ by Carlos Ruiz Zafon

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  4. Written this to a ‘customer’ today –
    “As a “fair price” combines my knowledge of the prospective owner as well as the actual perceived monetary and spiritual value of the book, the answer is yes.”

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