First edition, First printing
Page count: 224
Book Size: 5-1/4"x7-1/4"
Stalking the Wild Resnick
by Mike Resnick
Stalking the Wild Resnick is a collection by the Boskone XXVIII Guest of Honor Mike Resnick. It contains several of his latest stories including:
- “Song of a Dry River”, a never before published story in the Hugo-winning Kirinyaga saga;
- “Bully!”, what really happened when Teddy Roosevelt brought democracy to the Congo;
- “The Manamouki”, one of the latest stories about the Yjkuyu space colony;
- the author’s diary from his most recent trip to Africa;
and much more.
Table of Contents
- Introduction by Brian Thomsen
- The Manamouki
- African Genesis
- The Lord of the Jungle
- Uh Guys — My Name Isn’t Koriba
- Paradise Found…Kind Of
- Song of a Dry River (original)
- Between the Sunlight and the Thunder
Mike Resnick has been writing science fiction for over twenty years. He first gained recognition for his fan writings on Edgar Rice Burroughs. His love for Africa has taken him there on a number of occasions and has been the inspiration for several novels and a host of short stories, including the Hugo-award winning story “Kirinyaga”, the first installment in the Kikuyu space colony saga. He is a member of the Cincinnati Fantasy Group. He and his wife Carol are avid dog-lovers. Together they owned and operated the second-largest boarding kennel in the United States. He is currently finishing work on a new trilogy, Soothsayer, Orack and Prophet to be published by Berkley/Ace.
Stalking the Wild Resnick is a limited edition of 1100 copies. The first 225 are numbered, autographed, and boxed; an additional 5 are lettered presentation copies; the remaining 870 copies are numbered and dustjacketed.
Hardcover state, 5-1/4"x7-1/4", viii+216pp., ISBN: 0-915368-45-5, 870 copies trade edition $9.00 in advance and at the convention, $15.00 afterwards, February 1991.
Boxed state, 5-1/4"x7-1/4", viii+216pp., ISBN 0-915368-96-X, 225 copies boxed and signed by the author (5 lettered, boxed presentation copies), $18.00 in advance and at the convention, $30.00 afterwards, February 1991. out of print!
Cover art by Ed Emshwiller
Introduction by Brian Thomsen