Humourous Science Fiction and Fantasy
SF/FANTASY
index

- Robert Asprin
bibliography
- James Bibby
- Fredric Brown
- L. Sprague de Camp
- Craig Shaw Gardner
- Tom Holt
bibliography
- Grant Naylor
- Terry Pratchett
bibliography
- Robert Rankin
bibliography

  • Discussion, with Neil Gaiman and Craig Shaw Gardner at MIT (1998)

  • More links to sites about CSG can be found among my
    sf/fantasy-links.
  • Craig Shaw Gardner - Cineverse

    Craig Shaw Gardner

    Craig Shaw Gardner (1949-), is an american who have written a couple of humourous sequences, starting with the Ebenezum-sequence: "A Malady of Magicks" (1986), based on a short story for Fantastic Magazine in 1978.
    It was followed by the two other books in the sequence: "A Multitude of Monsters" (1986) and "A Night in the Netherhells" (1987). All these are humourous fantasy in a genre fantasy environment.
    That series was followed by another one: The Ballad of Wuntor consisting of "A Difficulty with Dwarves" (1987), "An Excess of Enchantments" (1988) and "A Disagreement with Death" (1989). These are filled with slapstick and puns, they were later released in one volume: "The Wanderings of Wuntor" (1989).

    The novels about the Cineverse has a completly different setting:
    A young man finds out that different movie genres are actually alternative worlds, which spans up the Cineverse. The novels in this series are: "Slaves of the Volcano God " (1989), "Bride of the Slime Monster" (1990), "Revenge of the Fluffy Bunnies" (1990). They are put together in a omnibus: "The Cineverse Cycle Omnibus" and were released 1992.
    A series that parodies Arabian Fantasy was started with "The Other Sinbad" (1991).

    - Tom Holt


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