Tales of Fantasy by Larry Todd (Troubador Press, 1975) (Part Two)

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In part one I give some background on the book and publisher Malcolm Whyte explains how it came to be. The material Todd covers is a very eclectic mix of ancient myth, fantasy, horror, sci-fi, pulp, children’s literature, and even poetry (Lewis Carroll, whose work was a drug culture keystone). Many of the works represented, including Lovecraft’s Dream Cycle, had recently seen new editions as part of Ballantine’s popular Adult Fantasy series.

2 Responses to “<i>Tales of Fantasy</i> by Larry Todd (Troubador Press, 1975) (Part Two)”


  1. 1 Andrew Cousins September 22, 2016 at 3:12 am

    These are fantastic thanks for posting!


  1. 1 The Pleasures of Cocaine by Adam Gottlieb (Twentieth Century Alchemist, 1976) | 2 Warps to Neptune Trackback on May 11, 2015 at 2:50 pm

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