“Mendlesohn goes well beyond a survey to offer new and often surprising readings of works both familiar and obscure. A fine critical work that offers fresh insights on almost every page.” (Brian Attebery, editor, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts)|“A useful and deliberately flexible taxonomy, and an intense engagement with the arms race of rhetoric between makers and users of fantasy. For authors and readers as well as academics and commentators.” (M. John Harrison, winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award)
FARAH MENDLESOHN teaches at Middlesex University, London. She was editor of Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction for six years, and is the author of Diana Wynne Jones and the Children's Fantastical Tradition (2005) and co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Science Fiction (2006), winner of a Hugo Award. She is the program director for the World Science Fiction Convention in Montreal in 2009.
A necessary tool for anyone who's interested in producing Fantasy fiction of their own.Published 14 days ago by Brenda Thatcher
This isn't fiction, it is a thoughtful analysis of fantasy and the rhetorical nature of it. I think its a great book for the writer, scholar, or fantasy aficionado.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer