Mirage Press

Mirage Press, named after publisher Jack Chalker's fanzine Mirage was founded in 1961. After Chalker's writing career became successful, Mirage Press went dormant other than publishing a number of supplements to /The Science-Fantasy Publishers.

Jack Chalker The New H.P. Lovecraft Bibliography 1961
David H. Keller "A Figment of a Dream" 1962
W. Paul Cook H. P. Lovecraft, a Portrait 1969
L. Sprague de Camp The Conan Reader (collection of articles from Amra) 1968
Robert Bloch Dragons and Nightmares 1969
L. Sprague de Camp & George Scithers eds. The Conan Swordbook (collection of articles from Amra) 1969
Seabury Quinn Is the Devil a Gentleman? 1970
Robert Foster A Guide to Middle Earth 1971
L. Sprague de Camp & George Scithers eds. The Conan Grimoire (collection of articles from Amra) 1972
Neil Goble Asimov Analyzed 1972
L. Sprague de Camp Phantoms & Fancies 1972
Clark Ashton Smith Planets and Dimensions 1973
Mark Owings & Jack L. Chalker The Revised H. P. Lovecraft Bibliography 1973
Jack Williamson H.G. Wells: Critic of Progress 1973
J. B. Post An Atlas of Fantasy 1973
Dennis Rickard The Fantastic Art of Clark Ashton Smith 1973
Ruth S. Noel The Languages of Middle-Earth 1974
Jack L. Chalker An Informal Biography of Scrooge McDuck 1974
Grendel Briarton The Compleat Feghoot: The Many Lives and Greatest Exploits of History's Punniest Space-Time Traveller 1975
Irving Binkin & Mark Owings A Catalog of Lovecraftiana: The Grill/Binkin Collection 1975
Richard A. Lupoff Barsoom: Edgar Rice Burroughs and the Martian Vision 1976
Grendel Briarton The (Even More) Compleat Feghoot 1990
Harlan Ellison The Harlan Ellison Hornbook 1990
Harlan Ellison Harlan Ellison's Movie 1990
Jack Chalker & Mark Owings The Science-Fantasy Publishers 1991