Great Short Novels of Adult Fantasy I
Cover of the firdt edition.
|Author||Edited by Lin Carter|
|Cover artist||Gervasio Gallardo|
|Series||Ballantine Adult Fantasy series|
|Media type||Print (Paperback)|
|Preceded by||Discoveries in Fantasy|
|Followed by||Great Short Novels of Adult Fantasy Volume II|
Great Short Novels of Adult Fantasy I is an anthology of fantasy novellas, edited by American writer Lin Carter. It was first published in paperback by Ballantine Books as the fifty-second volume of its Ballantine Adult Fantasy series in September, 1972. It was the seventh such anthology assembled by Carter for the series.
The book collects four novellas by five fantasy authors, with an overall introduction and notes by Carter. It is a companion volume to Carter's subsequent collection Great Short Novels of Adult Fantasy Volume II (1973).
- "Introduction" (Lin Carter)
- "The Wall of Serpents" (Fletcher Pratt and L. Sprague de Camp)
- "The Kingdom of the Dwarfs" (Anatole France)
- "The Maker of Moons" (Robert W. Chambers)
- "The Hollow Land" (William Morris)
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