Legends of Lone Wolf Books In Order
- Eclipse of the Kai (1989)
- The Dark Door Opens (1989)
- The Sword of the Sun (1991)
- Hunting Wolf (1990)
- The Claws of Helgedad (1991)
- The Sacrifice of Ruanon (1991)
- The Birthplace (1992)
- The Book of the Magnakai (1992)
- The Tellings (1993)
- The Lorestone of Varetta (1993)
- The Secret of Kazan-Oud (1994)
- The Rotting Land (1994)
Albion Books In Order
- Albion (1991)
- The World (1992)
Dragonhenge Books In Order
- Dragonhenge (2002)
- The Star Dragons (2004)
- The Truth About the Flaming Ghoulies (1984)
- Sex Secrets of Ancient Atlantis (1985)
- Earthdoom (1987)
- Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1995)
- Frankenstein (1995)
- Guts (2001)
- The Far-Enough Window (2002)
- The Dragons of Manhattan (2008)
- Legends of Lone Wolf Omnibus (1992)
- Qinmeartha and the Girl-Child LoChi / The Tomb of the Old Ones (2002)
- Take No Prisoners (2004)
- Triquorum One (2006)
- Aries 1 (1979)
- Strange Pleasures 2 (2003)
- The Usborne Book of Classic Horror (2004)
- A Directory of Discarded Ideas (1981)
- A Book of Numbers (1984)
- Dreamers (1984)
- The Depths of Cricket (1986)
- The Advanced Trivia Quizbook (1987)
- The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney’s Animated Characters (1987)
- Great Mysteries (1988)
- The Great Unsolved Mysteries of Science (1990)
- An Introduction to Viking Mythology (1990)
- Monster Mysteries (1992)
- The Encyclopedia of Fantasy and Science Fiction Art Techniques (1996)
- The Encyclopedia of Fantasy (1997)
- Enchanted World (2000)
- Masters of Animation (2001)
- The Chesley Awards for Science Fiction and Fantasy Art (2003)
- Digital Art for the 21st Century (2004)
- Faeries and Other Fantastical Folk (2005)
- Noir Movies (2006)
- Sci-fi Movies (2006)
- Life-Size Dragons (2006)
- A Comprehensive Encyclopedia of Film Noir (2013)
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John Grant Books Overview
Millions of years before the emergence of humankind, the great dragon civilization dominated this world. It left few traces behind save legends and one mighty structure: Dragonhenge. The dragons were profound storytellers, and collected here are tales from their oral mythology. Hugo Award winners pool their talents in Dragonhenge, an illustrated collection of eight tales and a Proem that celebrate the ancient dragon civilization. Publishers Weekly.
The Dragons are back! Award winning authors John Grant and Bob Eggleton continue the adventure they began in the popular Dragonhenge. Return to the dragon world. Following on the huge success of Dragonhenge, this stunningly illustrated adventure, written by two multiple award winning, leading luminaries in the science fiction universe, takes you on a magical journey through the Cosmos and far, far into the future, many billions of years after humankind and all other forms of life have gone. In this time, the Universe itself is beginning to fall towards its death, and only the Stardragons are left to move across the infinite tracts of space on an epic journey. Readers of all ages, art connoisseurs, and dragon enthusiasts will enter in the magic and be entranced. BOB EGGLETON is a recipient of six Hugo Awards as Best Professional Artist and one as co creator with Nigel Suckling of the book Greetings from Earth. He has also received eleven Chesley Awards and the Locus Award. JOHN GRANT is a recipient of the Hugo Award, the World Fantasy Award, the Locus Award, the Mythopoeic Society Scholarship Award, and the J. Lloyd Eaton Award, as well as a rare British Science Fiction Association Special Award.
This is a spine chilling retelling of Robert Louis Stevenson”s classic horror story of a man with a spli t personality. Colour artwork and an abundance of line drawi ngs recreate the strange events in the fog shrouded Victoria n streets. ‘
HarperCollins is proud to present its new range of best loved, essential classics. ‘It was already one in the morning; the rain pattered dismally against the panes, and my candle was nearly burnt out, when, by the glimmer of the half extinguished light, I saw the dull yellow eye of the creature open!’ Written when Mary Shelley was only nineteen years old, this chilling tale of a young scientist’s desire to create life still resonates today. Victor Frankenstein‘s monster is stitched together from the stolen limbs of the dead, and the result is a grotesque being who, rejected by his maker, sets out on a journey to reek his revenge. In the most famous gothic horror story ever told, Shelley confronts the limitations of science, the nature of human cruelty and the pathway to forgiveness with rich language and evocative imagery.
Guts: A Comedy of Manners by David Langford and John Grant is a raucously tasteless spoof of horror novels, first written in the late 80s and accepted by a UK publisher, which later changed its mind.
The Far Enough Window. John Grant. BeWrite Books. Joanna peers through the magic window and finds herself in strange and dangerous worlds of possible pasts. Only she can prevent any one becoming a twisted new present. A thriller for young adults and adults seeking an intellectual challenge as well as fantasy adventure. Illustrated by Ron Tiner.
Qinmeartha and the Girl Child LoChi An uncomfortably disturbing tale of clashing realities by Hugo and World Fantasy Award winning author John Grant. The Tomb of the Old Ones A glorious neo Lovecraftian tale, packed with fizzing ideas and told with all of Colin Wilson’s customary speed and panache.
John Grant is a master of transcendant literary fantasy. The author of more than 25 volumes of fiction and 35 volumes of criticism and essays, he is a giant in the field of science fiction and fantasy. Take No Prisoners is a collection of previously published short stories by John Grant. The author is a winner of the Hugo Award, the Chesley Award and the World Fantasy Award. The author is a nominee for the Hugo Award in the year 2004. John Grant is the author or co author of more than 60 published books.
Edited by award winning editors John Grant and Dave Hutchinson, Strange Pleasures 2 takes you into the worlds of: N. Lee Wood, Nick Mamatas, David V. Barrett, Keith Brooke, Lou Anders Fay Sampson, Sarah Singleton, Jean Marie Ward, Paul Kincaid, Ian Johnson, John Brunner, and Vera Nazarian.
From Mickey Mouse to Timon, Roger Rabbit to Hades, and Aladdin to Sebastian the famous, the infamous, and the obscure every character of the Disney honor roll is present and accounted for in this comprehensive volume that every true Disney fan and animation enthusiast will treasure.
This is the first comprehensive A Z guide to science fiction and fantasy art techniques. It also includes an inspirational gallery of finished works. This title includes professional tips and techniques and clear step by step instructions for a variety of popular styles from horror to heroic fantasy, from creatures to characterisation. An A to Z technique section provides a detailed look at all major media acrylics, airbrush, animation software, computer software, and pen and ink and explains how to apply each one. Also included are special ‘brainstorming’ sections to let you see how an initial idea is developed to produce the final artwork. This creative resource also contains a gallery of works by some of the most innovative and renowned fantasy artists, including Chris Achilleos, Paul Bartlett, Jim Burns, Judith Clute, Danny Flynn, Brian Frowd, David A. Hardy, Jael, Peter Jones, Ian Miller, Dan Seagrave, Ron Tiner and Boris Vallejo. Whether you’re a student or a professional artist, you’ll discover that The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy Art Techniques is an invaluable reference for expressing your artistic imagination and polishing your technical skills.
This huge volume is the first comprehensive encyclopedia of the fantasy field. Not only does it describe the genre authoritatively, but it redefines it, offering an exciting new analysis of this highly diverse and hugely popular sphere of art. With more than 4,000 entries and over one million words, this volume covers every aspect of fantasy literature, film, television, opera, art, and comics. Written and compiled by a team of editors with unparalleled collective experience in the field, it is an invaluable reference for anyone interested in the art of the fantastic. This paperback edition includes thirty two pages of update material obtained since the hardcover when to press.
Haunting landscapes, mythical creatures, and a style that stirred the new gothic revival: that is the Enchanted World of Anne Sudworth. Finally, here is a comprehensive collection of her marvelous works, along with a selection of studies and roughs, an appendix featuring an illustrated treatment of her techniques, and incisive commentary by both award winning writer John Grant and the artist herself.
In this important retrospective, complete with well over 300 illustrations, the roster of artists reads like a who’s who of modern fantasy art. Among the many brilliant illustrators: Bob Eggleton, Brom, Vincent Di Fate, Frank Frazetta, Todd Lockwood, Anne Sudworth, and dozens more.
Now Audre Vysniauskas, digital artist extraordinaire and past Editor in Chief of Renderosity Magazine joins Hugo World Fantasy and Chesley Award winning writer John Grant to present Digital Art of the 21st Century, a selection of Renderosity contributors 146; finest works showcased in this lavish volume. In the 21 generously illustrated portfolios here 200 images in full color you will see a stunning variety of the very best of modern digital art. Brief technical notes accompany each image, and artists provide insightful comments as well.
A breathtaking showcase of Maxine Gadd’s whimsical, colorful fairy paintings. Her highly detailed work has appeared before in anthologies, but this is the first book dedicated to Gadd alone and it s exquisitely produced, bound in rich red cloth and with matte art paper, padded front board, and gilt edges on the pages. What a treat for fans of fantasy art, who have already turned other titles on fairies into bestsellers: very few painters have managed to capture this unseen world so completely. Looking at the pictures sometimes shimmering, sometimes eerie you can practically hear boughs creak, leaves rustle, small wings flurry, and voices chatter in a tongue unknown to mortals. Commentary by the ever popular John Grant, aimed at believers, enhances the images.
Cynical detectives, femmes fatales, rain washed streets, and a single streetlamp shining in an otherwise pitch black night. That’s the beauty of film noir, a genre that portrays humanity s dark side and one that s now enjoying revived popularity. Fans will find in this treasure trove of noir facts all the information they could desire: a definition of the style and its roots; the classics and the turkeys; the key directors; the iconic characters and the stars who played them; and the authors from Dashiell Hammett to Jim Thompson whose novels inspired many of these movies.
Sci fi films are pure gold at the box office think Star Wars and Spider Man with an exceptionally devoted fan base. And Paul Barnett, an award winning author of many nonfiction books on science fiction and fantasy, as well as some 50 novels, has created a great guide for them. It expertly surveys the genre’s best and worst, charting the cinematic changes from the low budget, cheesy 50 s flicks to today s high budget, high tech blockbusters with their mind blowing special effects. Separate sections cover remakes, sequels, award winners, and even sci fi erotica! Mavens will enjoy all the in depth information and memorable quotes as well as the smart, knowledgeable writing.
The pictures are life size, and the sales are larger than life:Life Size Dinosaurs has already sold almost 400,000 copies! And now, the bestselling series features its first fantastic creatures and a children’s favorite.
Continuing the success of this humongous, eye popping series, Life Size Dragons ventures into the realm of the imagination. We know that dragons are popular both Dragonhenge and The Book of the Dragon became big hits with a devoted fan base. And here they are breathing fire in ten pullout flaps by digital art pioneer Fred Gambino and bigger than ever before. There s even a close up look into the dragon s deathly jaws and its red hot flaming mouth. But that s not all: the text written by Hugo Award winner John Grant delves into mythology to reveal the natural history, evolution, anatomy, behavior, and every other aspect of a variety of dragon species. How clever are they, really? Do any still live in the modern world? Dragon obsessed youngsters and which one isn t? will want to look and learn.
John Grant is the pseudonym of Paul Barnett, a former editor and editorial consultant. He has written both fiction and nonfiction, specializing in sci fi and fantasy. Among his many honors are: two Hugo Awards, the World Fantasy Award, and the rare British Science Fiction Association Special Award.
Fred Gambino has done groundbreaking work in the world of digital art, and is a prolific illustrator of book covers especially for science fiction and fantasy stories. He produced backgrounds and concept drawings for the film Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius.