Transreal Fiction

Scotland’s sf & fantasy bookstore

New Titles – w/e 15th September 2018

in hardback:

Glen CookPort of Shadows the latest Chronicle of the Black Company. The 15th overall, I think

in large format:

Nick MamatasThe People’s Republic of Everything collection of 14 of his short stories
Michael Sims (editor) – Frankenstein Dreams 20 stories; subtitled ‘A Connoisseur’s Collection of Victorian Science Fiction

William Hope HodgsonThe Nightland and Other Perilous Romances the 4th volume in the definitive 5 volume The Collected Fiction of WHH, from Night Shade Books. The final volume is due in January 2019

in ‘B’ format:

Angus WatsonThe Land You Never Leave sequel to You Die When You Die
Justina RobsonSalvation’s Fire volume 2 of After the War, which follows on from Adrian Tchaikovsky‘s Redemption’s Blade

Chris McCruddenBattlestar Suburbia screwball science fiction…

in paperback:

Tim PrattThe Dreaming Stars sequel to The Wrong Stars

Julie E. CzernedaTo Guard Against the Dark the 3rd in the Reunification set of The Clan Chronicles sequence

Clive Cussler & Robin BurcellThe Romanov Ransom the latest Fargo adventure…

art, etc:

Mark P. WittonThe Palaeoartist’s Handbook complete illustrated guide to everything about drawing and painting dinosaurs, etc!
Tony MillionaireTM’s Sea Monsters Coloring Book 4 dozen b&w illustrations with some of his favourite characters!

Simon StalenhagThe Electric State his 3rd book of alien invasion in Sweden, this time with a bit more narrative structure!
Philippe Druillet & Michel DemuthYragael: Urm the Mad fantastical, psychedelic graphic novel from 2012, now in English
The BeatlesYellow Submarine 50th anniversary hardcover edition of the story,  Full colour adaptation by Bill Morrison


Heavy Metal – issue # 291


September 14, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

una impresión española de la librería

From this site, about 2/3rds of the way down the page.
(English translation below this text)

Saliendo de la Royal Mile en dirección al cementerio de Greyfriars muy cerca de la estatua del popular terrier Bobby que da la bienvenida al camposanto (un pequeño perro que podríamos considerar como el Hachiko escocés), descubriremos en Candlemaker Row, el sencillo hogar de Transreal Fiction. A diferencia de los locales que mencioné anteriormente, esta librería es mucho más austera en espacios y decoración, y se avoca a un nicho en particular: ciencia ficción y fantasía, tanto en formato de novela como en literatura gráfica. Aquí es posible encontrar desde lo más clásico, hasta las ediciones más recientes de estos géneros. De hecho, según leí tiempo atrás, Transreal tendría la mayor gama de obras importadas de ciencia ficción y fantasía en Escocia, además de contar con la invaluable ayuda de su dueño, Mike Calder, si necesitas alguna recomendación u orientación en la búsqueda de material.
No muy lejos de Transreal, podemos avanzar hasta Grassmarket. Siglos atrás en esta zona se realizaron ejecuciones públicas, se cometieron famosos crímenes y se protagonizaron numerosos disturbios, sin embargo, hoy en día nos encontramos con un animado sector lleno de pubs y restaurantes. Si avanzamos hasta la calle West Port además veremos pequeños locales que ofrecen libros de segunda mano a bajos precios.


Leaving the Royal Mile in the direction of the cemetery of Greyfriars very close to the statue of the popular terrier Bobby who welcomes the graveyard (a small dog that we could consider as the Scottish Hachiko), we will discover in Candlemaker Row, the simple home of Transreal Fiction . Unlike the stores I mentioned earlier, this bookshop is much more austere in spaces and decoration, and is dedicated to a niche in particular: science fiction and fantasy, both in novel format and in graphic literature. Here you can find everything from the most classic, to the most recent editions of these genres. In fact, as I read some time ago, Transreal would have the largest range of imported science fiction and fantasy works in Scotland, as well as the invaluable help of its owner, Mike Calder, if you need any recommendation or guidance in the search for material.
Not far from Transreal, we can advance to Grassmarket. Centuries ago, public executions were carried out in this area, famous crimes were committed and numerous disturbances took place, however, today we find a lively sector full of pubs and restaurants.


translated using Google Translate; hope it’s more or less accurate!



September 13, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 8th September 2018

The shop will be closed on Friday, so I’m posting this a bit early… Open on Saturday as usual.

in hardcover:

Christopher PriestAn American Story Ben believes, without any hard evidence, that someone close died on 9/11, but now another plane crash has been discovered…
Seanan McGuireNight and Silence the 12th October Daye adventure…

Jo WaltonAn Informal History of the Hugos hefty book going year by year through the awards, from 1953 until 2000…

in large format:

Howard WaldropThings Will Never be the Same collection of his best stories, published in 2007. Limited stock available.

in ‘B’ format:

Philip PullmanLa Belle Sauvage 1st part of his new series, The Book of Dust, which is the name it was known by (mistakenly) as a hardback
Stephen AryanMage Fall sequel to Mage Born and thw 2nd in the Age of Dread series
Marc TurnerRed Tide the 3rd of The Chronicles of the Exile

Sue BurkeSemiosis on a new colony planet, the indigenous plants appear to be intelligent…

James LovegroveSherlock Holmes and the Miskatonic Monstrosities the 3rd of the Cthulhu Casebooks

Richard MorganThirteen previously published in 2007 as Black Man, about genetically enhanced soldiers in peacetime…

Warhammer 40,000Emperor’s Legion a Watchers of the Throne adventure by Chris Wraight
Warhammer 40,000Of Honour and Iron by Ian St. Martin A Space Marine Conquests book

magazines, etc:

McSweeney’sIssue # 53 softcover in a sealed bag, with 8 additional ‘inflatable stories’  (balloons with text and/or images on them – it’s hard to tell!)

September 6, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Don’t Come By On Friday 7th!

Pleae note that Transreal Fiction will be closed from approx 16.00 on Thursday 6th September until 10.00 on Saturday morning. I had hoped to close for only a couple of hours on Thursday and Friday morning but that’s no longer practical.

Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

September 1, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 1st September 2018

in hardcover:

Peter F. HamiltonSalvation an alien spaceship is discovered crashed at the edge of human space… Part one of the Salvation Sequence
Stephen BaxterXeelee Redemption the Belt is an immense structure enabling a population of the Xeelee to survive into the extreme future…

J. R. R. TolkienThe Fall of Gondolin the long awaited book length tale of the end of the Second Age of Middle Earth. Illustrated by Alan Lee

H. P. LovecraftThe Gothic Tales of HPL attractive hardcover from the British Library of 13 of his stories, edited by Xavier Aldana Reyes

in large format:

Miles CameronCold Iron part 1 of a new series from the author of The Traitor Son Cycle!

Adrian Tchaikovsky (editor) – The Scent of Tears the 4th Tales of the Apt collection, with 9 stories by other authors, and 2 by himself
Juliet MarillierPickle Moon 16 short stories

Angela P. NicholasAragorn: J. R. R. Tolkien’s Undervalued Hero large, 400+ page examination of the role and actions of Aragorn

in ‘B’ format:

Nicholas EamesBloody Rose sequel to Kings of the Wyld
John GwynneA Time of Dread 1st n his new series, Of Blood and Bone, which follows on after the events in his The Faithful and the Fallen quartet
Daniel PolanskyThe Builders spaghetti western style anthropomorphic animal fantasy!

Martin MillarSupercute Futures as young teenagers, childhood friends Mox & Mitsu founded what has grown into a huge global corporation, and things are very different now!
Rhonda MasonExile’s Throne 3rd part of The Empress Game series

Hal DuncanThe Land of Somewhere Safe novella featuring the Scruffians
Ricardo PintoMatryoshka lost in Venice, Cherenkov finds himself in mysterious Eborius…

Ramsey CampbellThirteen Days by Sunset Beach Ray & Sandra go on holiday to the Greek islands but it turns out not to be relaxing!
Tim WaggonerThe Mouth of the Dark Jayce’s daughter is lost in Shadow and even the Harvest Man won’t stop him finding her…
Hunter SheaCreature Kate & her husband book a cottage for the summer in rural Maine…
Jonathan JanzThe Siren and the Spectre a skeptic is invited to spend a month in ‘the most haunted house in Virginia’
Johnny Mains (editor) – Best British Horror 2018 17 of the best, from NewCon Press
Ian Whates (editor) – Steampunk International new stories from Finland, Portugal & the UK

William F. TempleFour-Sided Triangle reprint by the British Library of the 1949 classic about the invention of an all-purpose replicator

Arthur C. Clarke2001: A Space Odyssey new edition marking the 50th anniversary of the novel’s release. In the book, they’re actually warthogs, not tapirs, in the early scenes!

Peter BrannenThe Ends of the World an examination of the previous 5 mass extinctions on Earth, and also the current one…


Stanislaw LemThe Three Electro-Knights small volume from Penguin with 4 of his short stories

art, etc:

Bill Pearson & J. Michael Catron (editors) – Best of Witzend hardcover collecting strips, etc. from the entire 13 issue run (from mid 60s – mid 80s) of the groundbreaking underground comic published by Wally Wood
Jim Henson‘s The Power of the Dark Crystal volume 3
Octavia ButlerKindred 250 page softcover graphic novel adaptation of the novel, by Damian Duffy & John Jennings


Illustrationissue # 61 featuring Earl Moran, Thomas Nast & a feature on the changing American Frontier

2019 Wall Calendars:

Tolkien Calendar 2019  – with art by Alan Lee from The Fall of Gondolin, Beren and Luthian & The Children of Hurin

Olivia de BerardinisThe Art of Olivia 2019
Boris Vallejo & Julie BellFantasy 2019



August 31, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 25th August 2018

in hardcover:

Cixen LiuBall Lightning after his parents are killed by the phenomenon, Chen devotes his life to investigating cutting edge, top secret science projects which may help him understand… Translated by Joel Martinsen
Adam RobertsBy the Pricking of Her Thumbs investigating the murder of one of the richest men in the world, Alma is kidnapped by a Stanley Kubrick obsessive!

Simon GreenMurder in the Dark the 6th case for amnesiac ‘fixer’ Ishmael Jones
Richard KadreyHollywood Dead the 10th Sandman Slim outing…

Ursula K. LeGuinNo Time to Spare essays on a variety of subjects…

in large format:

Victoria SchwabThe Dark Vault omnibus edition containing The Archived & The Unbound
Greg Egan – Dichronauts set in a strange world reminiscent of Hal Clement’s work, where the population has to continually migrate to stay within the moving, livable zone
Gary Gibson
– Ghost Frequencies Susan is close to proving her theory of retrocausality, but is it responsible for the ghosts which may be in the building…

Emma Bridges & Djibril al-Ayad (editors) – Making Monsters fantastical stories (and a few essays) from around the World…

in ‘B’ format:

Tim AkersThe Winter Vow the 3rd book in his Hallowed War series, which began with The Pagan Night

David MealingBlood of the Gods sequel to Soul of the World; volume 2 of The Ascension Cycle, following on from Dancer’s Lament
Steven Erickson – Deadhouse Landing 2nd in his Path to Ascendancy series
Tomi Adevemi – Children of Blood and Bone magic had disappeared suddenly but Zelie was determined to restore it somehow…
Ari MaxwellIn Truth and Claw the 4th job for Mick Oberon

Richard KadreyHollywood Dead the 10th Sandman Slim adventure
Victor LavalleThe Changeling finally back in stock… I understood it was re-printing but this looks like the 1st printing.
Kristin MillerSo I Married a Werewolf a Seattle Wolfpack novel

John Varley – Irontown Blues a sequel to Steel Beach & The Golden Globe
Marina J. Lostetter
Noumenon Infinity sequel to Noumenon
Steven MordenOne Way 8 astronauts are building the 1st Mars Base but one of them’s a killer…

Brooke BolanderThe Only Harmless Great Thing  strange alternate history novella

Tricia SullivanDreaming in Smoke latest SF Masterworks volume from Orion

J. R. R. TolkienThe Story of Kullervo his translation of the Finnish folk tale, featuring the death of Topsy the elephant…

Caspar HendersonA New Map of Wonders companion volume to The Book of Barely Imagined Beings, subtitled A Journey in Search of Modern Marvels

WarhammerThe Horus Heresy:

James Swallow –  Garro: Weapon of Fate

in paperback:

Seanan McGuireThe Brightest Fell the latest October Day novel…
Mercedes Lackey & James MalloryBlade of Empire sequel to Crown of Vengeance, vol 2 of The Dragon Prophecy

Richard BakerValiant Dust slacker Skander is appointed as the CSS Hector’s new gunnery officer and will have to shape up…

W. Bruce CameronThe Dog Master the story of the 1st dog, and the 1st man, to live together…


Locusissue # 691 Martha Wells interview & tributes to Harlan Ellison trailed on the cover, also a piece of SF in Scotland and the Locus Awards

August 24, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 18th August 2018

in hardcover:

Drew WilliamsThe Stars Now Unclaimed Jane’s task is to find gifted children who might, in due course,  help prevent the Pulse phenomenon from destablising whole worlds…

Phillip ReeveNight Flights 3rd in his Mortal Engines series; interior illustrations (and cover) by Ian McQue. The film of vol 1 should be in the cinemas around Christmas!

Jack McDevittA Voice in the Night two dozen short stories covering his whole career. Signed & numbered edition of 1000 from Subterranean Press

Alan GarnerWhere Shall We Run To? autobiographical memoir about his early childhood

in large format:

John CrowleyKa subtitled Dar Oakley in the Ruins of Ymr The epic tale of the 1st crow to learn to speak!

Robert J. BennettFoundryside an escaped slave is tasked with stealing a magical artifact, which may bring doom to the city of Tavanne. Book 1 of the Founders Trilogy
Kameron HurleyApocalypse Nyx a bounty hunter/assassin in an apocalyptic future…
Mary Robinette Kowal – The Fated Sky the 2nd Lady Astronaut novel, set in an alternate 1950s & 60s where Earth has been severely damaged by multiple meteorite strikes. Sequel to The Calculating Stars

J. K. RowlingHarry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone softcover edition of the illustrated edition; a bit smaller than the h/c, but with all the Jim Kay artwork still intact

Robert W. ChambersThe King in Yellow and Other Horrors: The Best Weird Fiction and Ghost Stories of RWC over 300 pages of his fiction from Old Style Tales Press, much more than is in most King in Yellow reprints…
Jack VanceNightlamp: An Outline first volume in a series called Backstage with Jack Vance, published in conjunction with his Estate. It’s much more than a standard outline, it’s a full work of 166 pp which he doubled in length before final publication as Night Lamp, although it has various discrepancies, etc. in it.

Tanith LeeVenus Burning: Realms 15 short stories which first appeared in Realms of Fantasy magazine

in ‘B’ format:

Ada PalmerWill to Battle 3rd in her Terra Ignota series. Signed copies available of all 3 books
Trudi CanavanSuccessor’s Promise 3rd in the Millennium’s Ride series, which began with Thief’s Magic
Jon HollinsBad Faith 3rd volume in his Dragon Lords series, after Fool’s Gold & False Idols

John Ajvide LindqvistI Am Behind You suspense/horror from the author of Let the Right One In. Translated from Swedish by Marlaine Delargy

Connie WillisTerra Incognita 3 novellas: Uncharted Territory, Remake & D.A.

art, etc:

Abby HowardOcean Renegades! a young child and her baby-sitter go for an adventure through time and visit the Age of Dinosaurs, and more! Fun little h/c in full colour

Roy Thomas PresentsPlanet Comics # 4 slipcased edition with reprints of issues # 13 – # 16, dating from July 1941 to Jan 1942

2019 wall calendars:

Frank Frazetta  – The Fantasy Art of FF

August 17, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 11th August 2018

in hardcover:

Lawrence M. SchoenThe Moons of Barsk sequel to Barsk: The Elephant’s Graveyard, about a remote planet populated by a people called Fants, based on uplifted elephants! Enjoyed the 1st one a lot a couple of years ago.

Delilah S. Dawson & Kevin HearneKill the Farm Boy subtitled The Tales of Pell
Sebastien De Castell  – Charmcaster the 3rd Spellslinger novel…

George R. R. MartinNightflyers reprint of the 1980 novella, with illustrations by David Palumbo. Published in anticipation of the forthcoming tv series, I assume…

in large format:

Theodora GossEuropean Travel for the Monstrous Gentlewoman sequel to The Strange case of the Alchemist’s Daughter
Tobias Buckell – The Trove Treasure Island, transferred into space!

in ‘B’ format:

Paul McAuleyAustral set in Antarctica after a century plus of climate change…
Elizabeth BonesteelBreach of Containment 3rd in her Central Corps series…
Andrew LaneOriginators sequel to Netherspace, about communicating and trading with inexplicable aliens…
Karl Schroeder – The Million once every 3 decades, 10 billion off-world tourists descend on Earth for a month…

Adam RobertsHaven 2nd of the Tales of the Aftermath multi-author post-apocalypse series. The 1st was the recent Shelter by Dave Hutchison
Simon Ings
– The Smoke humanity is fracturing into 3 separate species…

Ian MortimarThe Outcasts of Time in 1348 two brothers get the chance to flee the Black Death by repeatedly jumping 99 years into the future…

Miles CameronFall of Dragons the 5th volume of The Traitor Son Cycle, which began with The Red Knight
R. J. BarkerKing of Assassins the 3rd book in the Wounded Kingdom series
Dale Lucas – Friendly Fire sequel to First Watch and the 2nd in The Fifth Ward series

Carrie VaughnThe Wild Dead sequel to Bannerless and part 2 of the Bannerless Saga, about life a century after the collapse…
Katherine ArdenThe Girl in the Tower sequel to The Bear and the Nightingale, and 2nd in the medieval Russian fantasy series Winternight
Christian CameronThe Green Count historical novel, the 3rd in his Chivalry series. (He also writes as Miles Cameron)

Johnathan Green (editor) – Shakespeare vs. Cthulhu anthology of 17 stories written as if Shakespeare had discovered the Lovecraftian Mythos was real

Warhammer 40,000Knightsblade companion volume to Kingsblade, both by Andy Clark
Warhammer 40,000Lukas the Trickster latest adventure featuring the Space Wolves, written by Josh Reynolds

in paperback:

Janny WurtsDestiny’s Conflict the 2nd book of the Sword of the Canon and the 10th book of The Wars of Light and Shadow overall!
Kelly MedingStray Magic Shiloh is a Federal Marshall in the Paranormal Investigations Unit… Volume 1 of a new urban fantasy series

Tanith LeeCompanions on the Road consists of 2 early short novels, Companions on the Road & The Winter Players

art, etc:

Paul KesingerDressing Your Octopus companion volume to his Walking, and Travelling With Your Octopus books,  subtitled A Paper Doll Book for Domesticated Cephalopods

magazines, etc:

Character Design QuarterlyCDQ #5

August 10, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 4th August 2018

in hardcover:

Jasper fforde  –Early Riser most of humanity lies sleeping, due to awake when the weather improves; one of the maintainence crew is sent to investigate an outbreak of viral dreaming… 

in large format:

Ian Whates & Tom Hunter (editors) – 2001: An Odyssey in Words 27 new stories by top writers celebrating the 50th anniversary of 2001, each exactly 2001 words long!

in ‘B’ format:

Charles StrossDark State the sequel to Empire Games

Jen WilliamsThe Bitter Twins sequel to The Ninth Rain and part 2 of her Winnowing Flame trilogy
Django WexlerThe Infernal Battalion the 5th book of his Shadow Campaigns series
Adrian TchaikovskyRedemption’s Blade 1st in his new After the War fantasy series

Nick HarkawayGnomon near future sf in which The System observes everything and can access every thought…
Lauren C. TeffeauImplanted the city of New Worth may be about to abandon it’s protective dome and illicit courier Emery is caught between the rival sides…

Jy YangThe Descent of Monsters 3rd in the Tensorate Series; a companion novel to The Red Threads of Fortune & The Black Gods of Heaven

Gail GodwinGrief Cottage Marcus lives with his great aunt on a tiny island off the Carolina coast but while she paints for the tourists, he starts to see the ghost of another long-dead boy…

Doctor WhoThe Triple Knife and other Doctor Who Stories 5 short stories by Jenny T. Colgan

in paperback:

Karen ChanceShadow’s Bane the 4th in her Midnight’s Daughter series

Harry TurtledoveArmistice the 3rd in The Hot War series, in which the Korean War goes nuclear and leads to renewed world war…

art, etc:

Viz MediaThe Art of Magic: The Gathering; Dominaria large h/c featuring loads of full colour art from the early days of M:tG

3DTotal PublishingHow to Keep a Sketch Journal subtitled ‘A Guide to Observational Drawing and Keepinbg a Sketchbook

Jim Henson‘s The StorytellerFairies the latest volume with 4 short stories…

Jacques TardiI, Rene Tardi, Prisoner of War in Stalag 11B b&w hardcover depicting his father’s experiences during WW2
Geof DarrowThe Shaolin Cowboy: Start Trek full colour h/c featuring the fearless, and apparently unstoppable martial arts cowboy!
Wilfrid Lupano & Gregory PanaccioneA Sea of Love full colour h/c about an elderly wife seeking fror her lost-at-sea fisherman husband…
Hugo PrattTango the latest volume of the collected Corto Maltese adventures

John McNamee  – Goldilocks and the Infinite Bears small book of single page cartoon strips

August 3, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

New Titles – w/e 28th July 2018

in hardback:

Anthony Ryan The Empire of Ashes the 3rd volume of The Draconis Memoria, after The Waking Fire & The Legion of Flame

Brandon SandersonSnapshot novella. A pair of detectives have been inserted into a VR replica of a huge city to investigate a crime and return with the knowledge required to solve the crime in the real world…

in large format:

Louise G. WhiteThe Calling Carolyn can travel to another world and, trying to help rescue someone, inadvertently brings a demon back …
Louise G. WhiteChasing the Demon sequel to The Calling Carolyn is stranded on another world and is slowly being brainwashed…

William Hope HodgsonThe Collected Fiction of WHH: volume 1: The Boats of the Glen Carrig and Other Nautical Adventures
William Hope HodgsonThe Collected Fiction of WHH: volume 2: The House on the Borderland and other Mysterious Places
William Hope HodgsonThe Collected Fiction of WHH: volume 3: The Ghost Pirates and Other Revenants of the Sea
The first 3 of a 5 volume set of WHH’s complete fiction from Night Shade Books. Very attractive volumes; possibly nicer than the hardcover set they issued a few years ago! Vols 4 (The Night Land) & 5 (The Dream of X ) should follow in September & January

David Stokes (editor) – Around the World volume 1 of a new anthology series called Myriad Lands 19 new fantasy stories from … around the world!

in ‘B’ format:

Vivian ShawDreadful Company sequel to the recent Strange Practice, again about Dr. Greta Helsing, doctor to the undead!
Melinda SnodgrassHidden World volume 3 of her far future Imperials Saga

Lawrence M. SchoenBarsk: The Elephant’s Graveyard strange, far-future sf set on a remote planet of uplifted elephant descended people. I really liked the h/c some time ago… Sequel due soon!
Jay KristoffLifel1k3 Eve restores a trashed android and together they brave the wilderness seeking the truth about her past…

Ausma Zehanat KhanBloodprint a dangerous ancient text must be found to counteract the spread of the evil Talisman cult…

Kim Stanley RobinsonA Short, Sharp Shock reprint of his relatively short 1990 fantasy novel abnout an amnesiac who wakes up on a beach… (it was re-issued a while ago but I haven’t had it in stock until now)

Dominik Parisien & Navah Wolfe (editors) – The Starlit Wood 18 new retellings of (mainly) famous fairy tales from well known authors…

Mike Ashley (editor) – From the Depths and Other Strange Tales of the Sea 15 lesser known weird tales of the sea, all initially published between the 1890s and the early 30s. Part of the British Library‘s new Tales of the Weird series…

in paperback:

Michael MammayPlanetside called out of retirement and asked to investigate a disappearance from a space station orbitng above a distant war-ravaged planet, Colonel Butler finds himself stonewalled at every turn…


Graphiteissue # 8 the previous 5 issues are also back in stock. i.e. from # 3 onwards


The Brothers GrimmGrimm’s Complete Fairy Tales attractive leather bound hardcover with 201 tales and 10 legends, translated by Margaret Hunt

Pietro Alligo – Tarot Mucha – full tarot deck with book in a box, with art by Giulia F Massaglia & Barbara Nosenzo, based on the original art of Alfons Mucha

July 27, 2018 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment