Conjure Wife

Fritz Leiber

synopsis

Published in 1953, Conjure Wife was Fritz Leiber’s first major horror novel, and one of the first novels to deal with witchcraft and feminism, as a college professor learns that his wife is part of a secret network of wives using magic. A frank and provocative novel in a handsome hardcover edition gorgeously illustrated and designed.
      This edition has artwork by Columbian artist Marcela Bolivar, a new introduction by Ramsey Campbell, color reproductions of old editions, comics, and film posters, and a lengthy autobiography.
      Each numbered copy signed by Ramsey Campbell. The edition is limited to 150 copies for sale. Sample page spreads appear below.

edition information

  • Limited to 150 copies, each signed by Ramsey Campbell.
  • Bonus biography by Fritz Leiber.
  • Printed cloth front cover.
  • Duotone endpapers.
  • Head and tail bands, ribbon marker, clear Mylar dustjacket.

pricing

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