‘The Fireclown’

The Fireclown

London:  Compact Books, 1965 mass-sized paperback;
original price:  3/6;
189 pages;
I.S.B.N.:  none (code: F281);
cover artist:  unknown;
no (individual) hardcover edition.

A (more or less) standalone novel, The Fireclown was retitled as The Winds Of Limbo (1969).  It was collected (as The Winds…) revised in The Roads Between The Worlds (1996), and later with its original text (mostly) restored in Moorcock’s Multiverse (2014).

First edition
First American edition:  New York: Paperback Library, 1967 (June) mass-sized paperback;
original price:  50¢;
158 pages;
I.S.B.N.:  none (code: 52-475);
cover artist:  unknown;

no (individual) hardcover edition.

N.B.:  The 1977 novel, The Transformation Of Miss Mavis Ming, has occasionally been referred to in some By The Same Author listings with the sub-title “Return Of The Fireclown”. It is by no means a sequel to the above, but does indeed feature a reprise of the title character.