Edited by Jason Davis, director of the Harlan Ellison Books Preservation Project.
Cover sculpture by Brett Bather.
The complete table of contents of the 2018 Subterranean Press hardcover of BLOOD’S A ROVER:
- Fifty Years in the Post-Apocalyptic Wastes by Jason Davis (expanded introduction)
- This Is a Conversation That Took Place on a Wednesday Night
- A Boy and His Dog
- Run, Spot, Run
- Blood’s a Rover [adapted from the 1977 pilot teleplay]
- The Wit & Wisdom of Blood
NEW Edgeworks Abbey Archive Content:
Over the Hill: Fifty Years in the Post-Apocalyptic Wastes by Jason Davis
An expanded version of the original introductory essay that originally appeared in the Subterranean Press edition, detailing the history of Ellison’s final, long-awaited book.
Richard Corben (previously uncollected)
Ellison’s appreciation of the iconic Vic & Blood artist.
Story Commentary (1981-2003)
Including “Why I Wrote This Story” (previously uncollected), Ellison’s introduction to “Run, Spot, Run” from the July 1981 issue of Amazing; “After Vic & Blood, Some Afterthoughts as Afterword,” Ellison’s afterword from VIC & BLOOD: The Chronicles of a Boy and His Dog (NBM, 1989); and “Latest Breaking News: The Kid and the Pooch,” Ellison’s afterword from VIC & BLOOD: The Continuing Adventures of a Boy and His Dog (iBooks, 2003).
6″ x 9″ Trade Paperback, 228p.
Original Price: $20
Out of Print.