The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Fantasy: The Definitive Illustrated Guide

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Carlton Books, Limited, 2020 - 304 pages
This essential reference book details everything the novice needs toknow about the genre and everything the well-read fan is calling out for.Lavishly illustrated and expertly informed, it is edited by Tim Dedopulosand David Pringle, editor and co-founder of the internationallyacclaimed "Interzone" magazine, and features a foreword by legendaryauthor Terry Pratchett. They have assembled a team of expertcontributors to compile a visually stunning, informative and fascinatingguide to the world of fantasy, from its origins and early trailblazers tothe cultural phenomena of today's mega fantasy properties.

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This book is not "ultimate", nor is it "encyclopedia", but it definitely represents different aspects of fantasy. It has sections on: - The different types of fantasy (interesting, but not by any ... Read full review

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About the author (2020)

David Pringle is a Scottish science fiction editor. Pringle served as the editor of Foundation, an academic journal, from 1980 through 1986, during which time he became one of the prime movers of the collective which founded Interzone in 1982.

Tim Dedopulos is an author, puzzle setter and editor. He worked for Wizards of the Coast and White Wolf, and has written role-playing games and fiction. He wrote The Ultimate 1001 Puzzle Book and The Greatest Puzzles Ever Solved (both Carlton). He lives in central London.

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