Canaveral Press
Canaveral Press was a New York-based publisher of fantasy, science fiction and related material, active from the early 1960s
through the mid-1970s. Richard A. Lupoff was the editor for publishers Jack Biblo and Jack Tannen.

After many years of operating their lower Manhattan bookstore, Biblo and Tannen Booksellers, at 63 Fourth Avenue, the two
began a publishing subsidiary, named Biblo and Tannen, to republish out-of-print historical novels that were purchased
mainly by school libraries. They also reprinted books on archaeology, including
The Palace of Minos at Knossos.

At the start of the Burroughs Boom of the 1960s, they launched another subsidiary, Canaveral Press, giving it a name
identified with space exploration underway at Cape Canaveral, Florida. Under that imprint, Biblo and Tannen published a line
of Burroughs books starting with novels on which the copyright had lapsed, but in April 1963, through Lupoff's efforts  
Canaveral acquired the rights to unpublished Burroughs manuscripts.

Canaveral was on good terms with the Burroughs heirs, and several Canaveral Burroughs titles are legitimate first editions of
material not previously published in book form and in some cases not previously published. To illustrate the Burroughs
novels, Lupoff brought into Canaveral several leading illustrators of the 1950s and 1960s, notably Reed Crandall, Frank
Frazetta and Roy G. Krenkel.  The latter two were already firmly embedded in the public mind because of their illustrations
for the Burroughs titles published by Donald A. Wolheim's ACE Books.



















Canaveral also published original books by Lupoff, E. E. Doc Smith, L. Sprague de Camp and Catherine Crook de Camp.
Lupoff recalled, "After assembling a couple of volumes of Burroughs' previously uncollected short stories and preparing
several of his unpublished novels for release, I was asked by the owners of the company, Jack Biblo and Jack Tannen, to
write a book about him. That was the genesis of
Edgar Rice Burroughs: Master of Adventure, my first book."[1]

Canaveral stopped adding titles to its catalog in the late 1960s. Some of its existing titles were reprinted in the 1970s. The
firm closed in the late 1970s.

                                                                                                        Comments adapted from Wikipedia
Reed Crandall - from John Carter of Mars
Roy G. Krenkel - from Tales of Three Planets
Frank Frazetta - Tarzan at the Earth's Core