Since 1995 a small publisher from Burton, Michigan, has been at the forefront of collectable editions in the horror, suspense, science fiction, and dark fantasy genres. Subterranean Press - also referred to as simply SubPress - has published hundreds of books, as well as a quarterly magazine called Subterranean Magazine, featuring short stories from some of todayís most popular genre authors.
Subterraneanís luxuriously bound limited editions, signed, lettered and numbered editions, and unique trade editions are highly desirable. In addition to the remarkable bindings, collectors are drawn to Subterranean because it publishes work by literary superstars famous for dark storylines, such as Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, Philip K. Dick, Robert Bloch, Joe R. Lansdale, Philip Jose Farmer, and more.
These limited, collectable editions are not the only reason Subterranean is widely considered one of the finest genre fiction presses. The publisher also excels at negotiating rights to exclusively publish previously unreleased works and collections from the same big-name authors, as well as from up-and-coming but unheralded talent. Limited fine bindings, unique special editions, burgeoning new talent, and dark, edgy fiction are the hallmarks of Subterranean books.
Collectors love Subterranean Press for their beautiful, deluxe editions, many of which attract worldwide interest and become more valuable as each year passes.
This Michael Bishop retrospective is available in a trade hardcover edition and a numbered, signed edition limited to 250 copies.
Only 350 numbered copies printed, this is the startling true account of the dark and violent history this fearsome book.
Labeled "salvagepunk" by the author, this YA title was limited to 500 copies, signed and numbered, in addition to 26 deluxe leather bound copies, also signed.
Ligotti's first collection of horror stories, re-issued by Subterranean in both cloth and leather bound editions.
Limited edition with dust jacket and illustrations by Vincent Chong.
Limited to 1500 signed and numbered copies plus 26 signed and lettered copies housed in a custom traycase.
Collection of stories from the author of I Am Legend, limited to 750 numbered copies and a 52 lettered copies.
Caitlin R. Kiernan
The only edition of Kiernan's 'lost' first novel to ever see print, limited to 1000 signed copies, plus 52 in a traycase with bonus material.
George Clayton Johnson
From the author best known for penning Loganís Run and the story that inspired Oceanís Eleven, this signed collection was limited to 600 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies.
Crowley's first, long-overdue collection of non-fiction. Limited to 600 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies, all signed.
Joe R. Lansdale
A straight-up western novel from this splatterpunk author. Limited to 500 numbered copies signed by Lansdale (as his pen name Ray Slater) and cover artist Mark A. Nelson
Robert A. Heinlein
Heinlein collection with an introduction by John Scalzi. Limited to 750 numbered copies and 26 lettered copies, all signed by Scalzi and artist Bob Eggleton.
Breakout novel by Stephen Kingís son, limited to 500 numbered copies, 200 of which contained bonus material. A further 15 were lettered and housed in a vault traycase.
Subterranean published both trade and limited editions of Ellison's landmark collection.
Peter Crowther (ed.)
An anthology of ghost stories from some of the best writers in the genre. Numbered editions were signed by most of the contributors - lettered editions were signed by all.
Poppy Z. Brite and Christa Faust
Limited hardcover edition signed by both authors. Deluxe signed edition, limited to 250 copies, includes two bonus short stories.
A collection of short fiction from the master of the multi-volume epic. Available in both a trade hardcover edition and a signed, leather bound edition limited to 250 copies.
The breakout thriller from horror master Garton, limited to 1250 signed hardcover copies and 26 leather bound copies in a traycase.
Southern gothic, vampire novella from horror master McCammon. Available in trade hardcover, 474 limited signed and numbered copies, and 26 leather bound, signed copies in a traycase.
Published on the 10th anniversary of the original paperback edition, this slipcase set of six volumes was limited to 2,200 copies, 148 signed.