[Louisville. KY]: [ca. 1960]. Six typewritten sheets, with penned corrections, held together with paper clip in manila envelope with handwritten note. About very good. Envelope fairly soiled and rubbed, and sheets handled. Else clean and complete. Very good. Item #21791
Typescript for a short sci-fi story that appeared in AMAZING STORIES, Feb. 1960 (included). The editor's or typesetter's copy; not Wilhelm's corrections. An early work from the renowned sci-fi author, three years before her first book, MORE BITTER THAN DEATH, beginning with classic SF themes: "You've had hallucinations, I guess by now that most of us have. Only did you realize that's what it was? You know the time you put your belt, or a book, or anything you care to name, on the dresser, only when you went back to get it, it wasn't there."