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Lin Carter (1930–1988)

Author of Conan

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Works by Lin Carter

Conan (1967) 1,035 copies
Conan of Cimmeria (1969) 874 copies
Conan the Wanderer (1968) 705 copies
Conan of the Isles (1968) 562 copies
Conan of Aquilonia (1977) 513 copies
Conan the Swordsman (1978) 353 copies
Conan the Liberator (1979) 326 copies
Conan and the Spider God (1980) 260 copies
Flashing Swords! #1 (1974) — Editor; Contributor — 245 copies
The wizard of Lemuria (1965) 236 copies
Flashing Swords! #4: Barbarians and Black Magicians (1977) — Editor — 211 copies
Under the Green Star (1972) 209 copies
Flashing Swords! #5: Demons and Daggers (1981) — Editor — 206 copies
Flashing Swords! #2 (1973) 198 copies
Jandar of Callisto (1972) — Author — 188 copies
King Kull (1967) 183 copies
When the Green Star Calls (1973) 174 copies
Sky Pirates of Callisto (1973) — Author — 164 copies
Imaginary Worlds (1973) 162 copies
Thongor Against the Gods (1967) 159 copies
Black Legion of Callisto (1972) 156 copies
The Warrior of World's End (1974) 154 copies
The Young Magicians (1969) — Editor; Introduction; Contributor — 139 copies
Flashing swords! #3 : warriors and wizards (1976) — Editor; Contributor — 131 copies
Thongor at the End of Time (1968) 131 copies
In the Green Stars Glow (1976) 126 copies
Tower at the Edge of Time (1968) 125 copies
The Spawn Of Cthulhu (1971) — Editor; Contributor — 124 copies
The Xothic Legend Cycle (1997) 123 copies
Dragons, Elves, and Heroes (1969) — Editor — 122 copies
As the Green Star rises (1975) 121 copies
Enchantress of World's End (1975) 121 copies
Discoveries in Fantasy (1972) — Editor — 119 copies
Thongor and the Dragon City (1970) 119 copies
The Immortal of World's End (1900) 117 copies
The Man Who Loved Mars (1973) 113 copies
Mind Wizards of Callisto (1975) — Author — 108 copies
Lankar of Callisto (1975) — Author — 106 copies
Beyond the Gates of Dream (1969) 105 copies
Mad Empress of Callisto (1975) — Author — 102 copies
The Barbarian of World's End (1977) 100 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 3 (1977) — Editor; Contributor; Foreword — 100 copies
New Worlds for Old (1971) — Editor; Contributor — 100 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 2 (1976) — Editor; Contributor; Preface — 99 copies
Great Short Novels of Adult Fantasy (1972) — Editor — 99 copies
Thongor of Lemuria (1966) 95 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 5 (1980) — Editor; Contributor; Contributor — 86 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories (1980) — Editor, Contributor — 86 copies
The pirate of World's End (1978) 86 copies
The Black Star (1973) 85 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 4 (1978) — Editor; Contributor; Contributor — 84 copies
Ylana of Callisto (1977) 81 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 6 (1980) — Editor; Contributor; Contributor — 80 copies
The Wizard of Zao (1978) 79 copies
Golden Cities, Far (1970) — Editor; Contributor — 79 copies
Time War (1974) 78 copies
Renegade of Callisto (1978) 76 copies
Giant of World's End (1959) 76 copies
The City Outside The World (1977) 75 copies
Down to a Sunless Sea (1984) 74 copies
Dragonrouge (1984) 72 copies
Hurok of the Stone Age (1981) 72 copies
The Quest of Kadji (1971) 72 copies
Zanthodon (1656) 66 copies
Great Short Novels of Adult Fantasy Volume II (1973) — Editor; Introduction — 65 copies
Kesrick (1982) 64 copies
Invader On My Back & Destination Saturn (1967) — Author — 58 copies
Weird Tales, No. 1 (1980) — Editor; Contributor — 57 copies
The Evil that Men Do / The Purloined Planet (1969) — Author — 57 copies
Tower of the Medusa / Kar Kaballa (1969) — Author — 57 copies
Mandricardo (1987) 56 copies
Darya of the Bronze Age (1981) 55 copies
Lost Worlds (1980) 55 copies
The Nemesis of Evil (1975) 55 copies
Doomsman and The Thief of Thoth (1972) — Author — 54 copies
Lost World of Time (1969) 54 copies
Eric of Zanthodon (1982) 51 copies
Dreams from R'lyeh (1975) 46 copies
Outworlder (1971) 43 copies
Invisible Death (1975) 39 copies
Callipygia (1988) 39 copies
Weird Tales, No. 3 (1981) — Editor; Contributor — 39 copies
The Volcano Ogre (1976) 39 copies
Found Wanting (1985) 38 copies
Star Rogue (1970) 36 copies
The Magic of Atlantis (1970) — Editor; Contributor — 29 copies
The Thief of Thoth / ...and Others Shall be Born (1968) — Contributor — 27 copies
Callisto Volume 1 (2000) 26 copies
Weird Tales, No. 4 (1983) — Editor; Contributor — 25 copies
Weird Tales, No. 2 (1980) — Editor; Contributor — 24 copies
Tara of the Twilight (1979) 22 copies
Realms of wizardry (1976) — Editor — 21 copies
Kingdoms of Sorcery: An Anthology of Adult Fantasy (1976) — Editor; Contributor — 21 copies
Renegade Swords (2020) — Contributor — 19 copies
Tower of the Medusa (1965) 17 copies
The Earth-Shaker (1982) 13 copies
The Star Magicians (1966) 12 copies
Young Thongor (2012) 11 copies
Horror Wears Blue (1987) 10 copies
The Curse of the Monolith (1968) 7 copies
Destination: Saturn — Author — 6 copies
The Lair of the Ice Worm (1969) 5 copies
The Castle of Terror (1969) 4 copies
The Thief of Thoth (1968) 4 copies
The Gem in the Tower (1978) 4 copies
The Snout in the Dark (1969) 4 copies
The City of Skulls (1967) 4 copies
The Hand of Nergal (1967) 4 copies
The Thing In the Crypt (1967) 4 copies
The Purloined Planet (1969) 3 copies
Uncollected Works (1965) 3 copies
Flug der Zauberer (1973) — Editor; Preface — 3 copies
Gefangen im Jenseits. Neue Fantasy-Storys. (1979) — Editor — 3 copies
Moon of Blood (1978) 2 copies
Die Zaubergärten (1969) — Editor; Foreword, some editions; Contributor — 2 copies
Černá legie z Kallistó (2002) 2 copies
The Ivory Goddess (1978) 2 copies
The Star of Khorala (1978) 2 copies
Legions of the Dead (1978) 2 copies
Die Treppe in der Gruft [Kurzgeschichte] (1976) — Author — 2 copies
The Whelming Of Oom (1969) 2 copies
Shadows in the Dark (1978) 2 copies
BUSQUEDA DE KADJI (1900) 1 copy
Mnomquah 1 copy
Azlon 1 copy
Zingazar 1 copy
Vault Of Silence (1970) 1 copy
Conan, a kalóz (1995) 1 copy
Jandar z Kallistó (2001) 1 copy
Kämpfer wider den Tod (1975) — Preface — 1 copy

Associated Works

The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare (1908) — Introduction, some editions — 6,995 copies
Phantastes (1858) — Introduction, some editions — 2,328 copies
Lilith (1895) — Introduction, some editions — 1,775 copies
The Broken Sword (1954) — Introduction, some editions — 1,444 copies
Orlando Furioso (1516) — Introduction, some editions — 1,363 copies
The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath (1970) — Introduction, some editions — 1,297 copies
Vathek (1786) — Introduction, some editions — 1,284 copies
The Doom That Came to Sarnath (1971) — Editor, some editions; Editor; Introduction, some editions — 1,032 copies
The Land That Time Forgot (1918) — Foreword, some editions — 1,021 copies
The Wood Beyond the World (1892) — Introduction, some editions — 760 copies
Red Moon and Black Mountain (1970) — Introduction, some editions — 643 copies
Conan the Buccaneer (1971) — Introduction, some editions — 619 copies
The People of the Mist (1894) — Introduction, some editions — 531 copies
Star Guard (1955) — Profile, some editions — 492 copies
The Night Land (1912) — Introduction, some editions — 490 copies
Figures of Earth : A Comedy of Appearances (1921) — Introduction, some editions — 476 copies
The Silver Stallion : A Comedy of Redemption (1926) — Introduction, some editions — 406 copies
The Three Impostors (1895) — Introduction, some editions — 398 copies
The Well at the World's End: Volume I (1896) — Introduction, some editions — 393 copies
Secret of the Lost Race (1959) — Afterword, some editions — 371 copies
Time and the Gods [omnibus] (1905) — Introduction, some editions — 353 copies
Land of unreason (1942) — Introduction, some editions — 347 copies
Kai Lung's Golden Hours (1922) — Introduction, some editions — 334 copies
Merlin's Ring (1974) — Introduction, some editions — 323 copies
The High Place : A Comedy of Disenchantment (1923) — Introduction, some editions — 321 copies
The Boats of the "Glen Carrig" (1907) — Introduction, some editions — 315 copies
Something about Eve : a comedy of fig-leaves (1927) — Introduction, some editions — 307 copies
The Book of Wonder (1912) — Introduction, some editions — 262 copies
The Well at the World's End: Volume II (1896) — Introduction — 262 copies
Zothique (1970) — Editor, some editions — 261 copies
Don Rodriguez (1922) — Introduction, some editions — 257 copies
The Lost Continent: The Story of Atlantis (1900) — Introduction, some editions — 256 copies
Kai Lung Unrolls His Mat (1928) — Introduction, some editions — 243 copies
The Blue Star (1952) — Introduction, some editions — 243 copies
At the Edge of the World (1970) — Editor — 242 copies
The Disciples of Cthulhu (1976) — Contributor, some editions — 218 copies
The Hastur Cycle (1993) — Contributor — 208 copies
Hyperborea (1971) — Introduction — 203 copies
Excalibur (1973) — Introduction, some editions — 188 copies
The New Lovecraft Circle (1996) — Contributor — 185 copies
The Sundering Flood (1897) — Introduction, some editions — 185 copies
Beyond the Fields We Know (1972) — Editor — 180 copies
Over the Hills and Far Away (1974) — Introduction — 166 copies
Magic in Ithkar (1985) — Contributor — 164 copies
The Cream of the Jest; The Lineage of Lichfield : Two Comedies of Evasion (1930) — Introduction, some editions — 149 copies
Poseidonis (1973) — Editor, some editions — 146 copies
The Sorcerer's Ship (1942) — Introduction — 144 copies
The Book of Iod (1995) — Contributor — 142 copies
Shub Niggurath Cycle (1994) — Contributor — 140 copies
The Nyarlathotep Cycle (1997) — Contributor — 139 copies
Domnei: A Comedy of Woman-Worship (1913) — Introduction, some editions — 132 copies
The Necronomicon (1901) — Contributor — 124 copies
The Azathoth Cycle (1995) — Contributor — 124 copies
The Blade of Conan (1979) — Contributor — 121 copies
Xiccarph (1972) — Introduction — 117 copies
The Book of Eibon (2001) — Contributor — 113 copies
Evenor (1972) — Introduction, some editions — 112 copies
Magic in Ithkar 2 (1985) — Contributor, some editions — 112 copies
World's Best Science Fiction: 1966 (1966) — Author — 110 copies
The Night Land Volume 1 (1900) — Introduction, some editions — 106 copies
The Necronomicon (Chaosium ∙ 2nd Edition ∙ 2008) (2002) — Contributor — 100 copies
The DAW science fiction reader (1976) — Contributor — 92 copies
The Hastur Cycle, Second Revised Edition (1997) — Contributor — 85 copies
Literary Swordsmen and Sorcerers: The Makers of Heroic Fantasy (1976) — Introduction, some editions — 83 copies
Double Phoenix (1971) — Introduction — 82 copies
Swords against Tomorrow (1970) — Contributor — 67 copies
Warlocks and Warriors (1970) — Contributor — 60 copies
Nameless Places (1975) — Contributor — 47 copies
Mysteries of the worm : all the Cthulhu mythos stories of Robert Bloch (1981) — Editor, some editions — 43 copies
Weird Legacies (1977) — Contributor — 33 copies
Lin Carter's Anton Zarnak Supernatural Sleuth (2002) — Contributor — 30 copies
The Tindalos Cycle (2009) — Contributor — 29 copies
Warlocks and Warriors (1971) — some editions — 29 copies
Swordsmen and Supermen (1972) 27 copies
Le livre d'or de la Science-Fiction : Le manoir des roses (1978) — Contributor — 20 copies
The Wildside Book of Fantasy: 20 Great Tales of Fantasy (2012) — Contributor — 16 copies
Fire and Sleet and Candlelight: New Poems of the Macabre (1961) — Contributor — 16 copies
The Giant Book of Fantasy Tales (1996) — Contributor — 11 copies
Fantastic. No. 181 (July 1974) (1974) — Contributor — 8 copies
Verses Dedicatory (1985) — Editor — 7 copies
Der Cthulhu-Mythos 1976 - 2002 (2003) — Contributor — 6 copies
The Savage Sword of Conan #044 (1979) — Contributor — 2 copies
Der Zweifachturm [Kurzgeschichte] (1973) — Author — 2 copies
Wizard and Warrior [Untitled three men sat] (1976) — some editions — 2 copies
Kalki : Studies in James Branch Cabell — Contributor, some editions — 1 copy
Jagd im Land der Schatten [Kurzgeschichte] (1967) — Author, some editions — 1 copy

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What a goofy book. A delightful, high-spirited continuation of this series, full of improbable escapes, extensive descriptions of attractive people, and incredibly gaudy set peices. Overall very fun and ridiculous
 
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Glorgana | 3 other reviews | Dec 27, 2023 |
Appearing in 1973/74 the first two volumes for this anthology series feature Sword & Sorcery tales commissioned especially for these volumes by Lin Carter. The eight stories are by the (then) members of SAGA, The Swordsmen And Sorcerers Guild Of America. The stories are of varying quality pretty much as good as you'd expect from the eight writers.

Volume Two contains:

The Rug And The Bull by L. Sprague de Camp

Curator of the Robert E. Howard legacy for a time de camp had a meticulous methodical style which sometimes strikes me a somewhat bloodless compared to the more dashing work of Howard or Burroughs (or indeed de Camp's sometime collaborator Lin carter himself. This is a witty and imaginative tale which manages to combine a flying carpet and bullfighting. 8/10

The Jade Man's Eyes by Michael Moorcock

A new tale of Elric this one is characteristically dark and fatalistic as are all Elric tales. While Carter certainly had a tin ear for coining fantasy names here Moorcock (SAGA's Brithish member) takes on all comers with his own unpronounceable efforts - J'osui C'reln, Reyr and R'lin B'ren A'a. Not a bad story but Moorcock is hardly stretching out of his normal S&S parameters here. 7/10

Toads Of Grimmerdale by Andre Norton

SAGA's (then) only female member offers a new tale of Witch World that is a highlight of the Flashing Swords series. A tale of vengeance the plot twist is telegraphed well in advance but the story is richly written and all credit to Carter for specifically requesting that Norton return to the Witch World for her contribution. 9/10

Ghoul's Garden by John Jakes

As with Volume One this volume ends with the weakest contribution. Like Carter, John Jakes' S&S work is workmanlike at best and while the plot is interesting his character development is weak as ever. His barbarian hero Brak is not even a clone of Conan more like a cardboard cutout of Conan. Carter's own Conan copy Thongor is better which say a lot. 6/10
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schteve | 1 other review | Dec 16, 2023 |
Appearing in 1973/74 the first two volumes for this anthology series feature Sword & Sorcery tales commissioned especially for these volumes by Lin Carter. The eight stories are by the (then) members of SAGA, The Swordsmen And Sorcerers Guild Of America. The stories are of varying quality pretty much as good as you'd expect from the eight writers.

Volume One contains:

The Sadness Of The Executioner by Fritz Lieber

Nominally a tale of Lieber's S&S duo Fafhdr & The Gray Mouser they only appear briefly at the end. This story would seem to have been an influence of Terry Pratchett's sequence of Discworld novels dealing with Death. Here the premise is the same and Lieber's writing shows a similar sardonic wit to Pratchett. 8/10

Morreion by Jack Vance

A Dying Earth tale with Vance returning to this milieu for the first time since 1966. Vance was probably the best writer of the eight and this witty tale is one of the series best. 9/10

The Merman's Children by Poul Anderson

Anderson only wrote fantasy occasionally but displayed his ample talents whenever he did. Here he pays tribute to his Danish heritage by offering a sequel to the folktale of Agneta and the Merman. He would return to this theme in a later volume. 8/10

The Higher Heresies Of Oolimar by Lin Carter

Carter concludes this volume with his own contribution. Probably not his worst work but hardly his best. Unfortunately he opens the tale with an avalanche of his unintentionally ridiculous coined fantasy names - Thoorana Zephrondus, Dazenderath, Uth Chanderzool, - and further on we encounter Yuthontis, Lakhdool, Ubonidus, the Quastrophian Forest, Pazodolah, Oror Oromazpus, Lokoto Xodar, Jathdolindian, Llu nam Puk, Quam gan Chee (Sam Gamgee anyone?), Ith mak Jorb, Carter just goes on and on with these juvenile names. The story is passable, channelling the witty styles of Lieber and Vance fairly successfully but following those writers in the same volume only highlights Carter's lack of originality in terms of plot and milieu. 6/10
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schteve | 2 other reviews | Dec 16, 2023 |
The finale of Lin Carter's Green Star fantasy kept its heroes sequestered from one another in various hardships until the last moment, when they could be brought to a happily-ever-after. The story around Niamh the Fair was a great shout-out to ERB's Master Mind of Mars with peril rooted in medical horror. But the tension was amusingly relieved when it was revealed that the mad scientist was actually bent on decapitating himself! The newer character Zorak of Tharkoon (not to be confused with Zarqa the Kalood) had a didactic adventure among the dispassionate and authoritarian giant ants of the Green Star's world.

The narrating protagonist Karn fell into the clutches of a misandrist tribe of girls who abused him at length, catering no doubt to certain readers. This plotline led to a penultimate moment of farce when he was discovered by Niamh as he deigned to give the teenage amazon Varda a kiss after his many prior refusals. Although the rather lascivious treatment of the extreme youth of the characters has been a persistent feature of these books, it really stood out in this one.

The book is furnished with an appendix itemizing and detailing principal "People of the Green Star World," which repeats and extends for this fifth book a similar feature of the third. Besides the fact that it is set at the end of the book with no calls forward to it earlier in the text, the thumbnail descriptions here seem to be of little actual use to readers. It shows some lack of confidence on the part of Carter (or his editor) that the characters have been drawn strongly enough for the reader to keep them distinct.

The illustrations and cover art are by the excellent fantasy artist Michael Whelan, who would go on a short while later to do a series of wonderful paintings for the covers of a new paperback edition of the Barsoom books. The four interior illustrations are in a pointillistic style, and all the art considerably surpasses what Roy Krenkel had supplied in the earlier Green Star volumes.
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L. Sprague de Camp Contributor
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Jack Vance Contributor, Author, Cover artist
Fritz Leiber Contributor
Poul Anderson Contributor, Author
Frank Belknap Long Contributor
Abraham Merritt Contributor
Manly Wade Wellman Contributor
John Rackham Contributor
Glenn Rahman Contributor
Richard L. Tierney Contributor
Bryce Walton Contributor
Kelly Freas Cover artist
H. P. Lovecraft Contributor
Robert E. Howard Contributor
Lord Dunsany Contributor
Tanith Lee Contributor
Pat McIntosh Contributor
Michael Moorcock Contributor, Author
Andre Norton Contributor
Hannes Bok Contributor
Gary Myers Contributor
Henry Kuttner Contributor
Gervasio Gallardo Cover artist
Avram Davidson Contributor
Roger Zelazny Contributor
John Jakes Contributor
William Morris Contributor
Hugh Walker Foreword, Editor, Preface
Lore Straßl Translator
Voltaire Contributor
August Derleth Contributor
C. J. Cherryh Contributor
Craig Shaw Gardner Contributor
George MacDonald Contributor
Ramsey Campbell Contributor
Gray Morrow Illustrator, Cover artist
Eden Phillpotts Contributor
Ernest Bramah Contributor
Robert W. Lowndes Contributor
Anatole France Contributor
C. S. Lewis Contributor
J. R. R. Tolkien Contributor
E. R. Eddison Contributor
Richard Garnett Contributor
Lord Dunsany Contributor
Donald Corley Contributor
Gerald W. Page Contributor
Steve Rasnic Tem Contributor
Evangeline Walton Contributor
Clifford Ball Contributor
Fletcher Pratt Contributor
Edgar Allan Poe Contributor
C. L. Moore Contributor
William Beckford Contributor
Brian Lumley Contributor
T. H. White Contributor
Katherine Kurtz Contributor
Diane Duane Contributor
Carl Jacobi Contributor
Heny Kuttner Contributor
John Brizzolara Contributor
Vincent Starrett Contributor
Ambrose Bierce Contributor
J. Ramsey Campbell Contributor
Zealia Bishop Contributor
Thomas Malory Contributor
Robert Browning Contributor
Edmund Spenser Contributor
James Macpherson Contributor
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Mervyn Peake Contributor
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Oscar Wilde Contributor
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Robert Bloch Contributor
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Philip Coakley Contributor
Phyllis Eisenstein Contributor
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Antoine Galland Contributor
Robert Steele Contributor
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Alfred Noyes Contributor
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Frank Owen Contributor
Marc Laidlaw Contributor
Edmond Hamilton Contributor
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Ray Faraday Nelson Contributor
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Robert H. Barlow Contributor
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H. Rider Haggard Contributor
Richard Adams Contributor
Chris Achilleos Cover artist
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Klaus D. Schiemann Illustrator
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Frank Frazetta Cover artist
Hubert Strassl Translator
Bruce Pennington Cover artist
Tim Kirk Illustrator
Boris Vallejo Cover artist
Esteban Maroto Cover artist
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Roy G. Krenkel Cover artist, Illustrator
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