During a term as Secretary-Treasurer of the Science Fiction Writers of America, Roger Zelazny, winner of six Hugo awards and three Nebula awards, met Vaughn Bodé. Admiring each other's work, they joined forces in the creation of WAY UP HIGH and HERE THERE BE DRAGONS. Roger had written the stories in the late 1960s and found Vaughn's work ideally suited to his text – “Vaughn really liked drawing kinky reptiles and lizards” so the illustration of Bell/Belkis was a natural.
Here at last are these two wonderful stories available as a two book numbered slipcased set each individually signed by Roger Zelazny.
WAY UP HIGH is the moving story of a little girl's friendship with Herman, the last pterodactyl.
HERE THERE BE DRAGONS is the lighthearted tale of a king who wants a dragon as a surprise at his daughter's birthday party and the one sensible knight in the kingdom who is charged with this task.