Lord Dunsany – The History of Sci Fi – Extra Sci Fi – #6

Dunsany is arguably the “father of fantasy,” bringing to life the classic worldbuilding tropes that inspired so many authors, from H.P. Lovecraft to Ursula K. Le Guin. But his short stories and novels have sadly fallen out of memory…
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ANNOUNCEMENT: A Dreamer’s Tales, by Lord Dunsany, Available Now! – Extra Sci Fi

Check out the collection of short stories on Amazon at http://bit.ly/LordDunsany, available in paperback and Kindle editions!
James had trouble finding a high-quality annotated edition of his favorite short stories from Lord Dunsany, so he decided to make his own! All of Lord Dunsany’s works are in the public domain, but some literature and science fiction fans may want to add a physical or electronic copy to their collections–this edition of Dunsany’s work includes thoughtful annotations and a foreward by James.

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