Hal’s Quotes & Notes: Fantasy

Q&N introduction

Index pages:

See also:
Science Fiction

As this is a large category, I merely list authors, not each work.

The separation between fantasy and science fiction is quirky. If you don’t find an author in one, you might try the other.

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Sub-categories: Children’s fantasy Ghost stories
Alphabetical links: A B C D G H K M P S T W Z

A Isaac Asimov

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Peter S. Beagle

James H. Beard

John Bellairs

Alfred Bester

Robert Bloch

Ray Bradbury

C Cleve Cartmill

G. K. Chesterton

John Kier Cross

D Lord Dunsany
G Neil Gaiman

William Goldman

H A. J. Hackwith

Robert A. Heinlein

K Phyllis Ann Karr

Rudyard Kipling

M George MacDonald
P J. Zachary Pike

Terry Pratchett

S Wessel Hyatt Smitter

John Steinbeck

Theodore Sturgeon

T J. R. R. Tolkien
W T. H. White

Charles Williams

Z Roger Zelazny
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