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Alan Wall in Conversation with Michael Morecock

Fantastic Metropolis (On-line Resource) [10 p.] May 31, 2003. (http://www.fantasticmetropolis.com/)

An Excellence of Peake

in: Anders, Lou, ed. Projections: Science Fiction in Literature and Film. Austin, TX: Monkeybrain Books, 2004. p. 139-145. (Reprinted from Fantastic Metropolis.)

Aspects of Fantasy, 1: Introduction

Science Fantasy, No. 61: 78-84. October 1963. Reprinted in: Schweitzer, Darrell, ed. Exploring Fantasy Worlds. San Bernardino, CA: Borgo, 1985. pp. 7-34.

Aspects of Fantasy: 2. The Floodgates of the Unconscious

Science Fantasy No. 62: 102-109. December 1963.

Aspects of Fantasy: 3. Figures of Faust

Science Fantasy No. 63: 97-105. February 1964.

Aspects of Fantasy: 4. Conclusion

Science Fantasy No. 64: 116-124. April 1964.

Ballard: The Voice,

New Worlds No. 167: 2-3, 151. October 1966.

Barry Bayley,

Locus 61(6): 81. December 2008.

Barry,

Locus 61(5): 64. November 2008.

Brave New Worlds

Guardian (UK) [2 p.] March 22, 2008 (Cited from the online edition.)

Christmas Editorial

Online Resource, SF Site, Fantastic Metropolis. [11 p., in 5 parts] Posted December 9, 2002. (Online resource: http://www.sfsite.com/fm/show.html?ed,20011209,1)

Conan: The American Phenomenon,

in: Sammon, Paul M. Conan the Phenomenon. Milwaukie, WI: Dark Horse Books, 2007. p. xi-xvii.

Diary for Financial Times

EI 7(2): 20-21. April 2008. (No. 37)

Fantasy: The 100 Best Books

London: Xanadu, 1988. 224pp.; New York: Carroll & Graf, 1988. 224pp.

Fritz Leiber

Paradoxa 1(3): 320-324. 1995.

Harlan,

eI 10(1): 40-43. February 2011. (No. 54)

If Hitler Had Won World War Two . . .

E. I. 5(2): [3 p.]. April 2006. (Whole No. 25) (http://www.efanzines.com/)

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