Chris Herberger

An early influence on my writing was the Ballantine Books "Sign of the Unicorn" fantasy series published from 1969 to 1974 and edited by Lin Carter. To read a tribute I wrote to Lin and the series, click here.

Harold Lamb is a forgotten writer of historical fiction and adventure. Howard Jones has created a web site for him here.

John Bellairs' book, The Face in the Frost, is one of my many influences. Here is a web site dedicated to his work.

In both The High House and The False House, I made a number of references to the writers and characters from the Ballantine Books series. Gary Thompson has created a web site here listing many of these, most of which he got right. Thanks to Gary for going to so much trouble.

A number of my short stories have appeared in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction. To go to their web site, click here .

The late Andy Robertson has created a web site dedicated to William Hope Hodgson's masterpiece, The Night Land. To visit his site, click here.

Fan Darren Ryding recently e-mailed me a list of Twelve Incredibly Stupid Things to Say to Jormungand. Should you plan to visit the attic of Evenmere, please read these here before you go.

Green Man Review is an exception web site that reviews SF and Fantasy books, and all sorts of music. I've contributed to the site at times, and I think they still have an interview with me lurking in there somewhere. To go there, click here.
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