15 thoughts on “ The Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series: Zothique by Clark Ashton Smith ” Fletcher Vredenburgh May 25, at PM. Whelp, I’m looking forward to this. My first CAS book was the Ballantine Hyperborea and at 14 or so, it was weird and heady and more than a little mind-blowing. Don Rodriguez: Chronicle.
The Ballantine Adult Fantasy series was an imprint of Ballantine strippe.xyzed in (presumably in response to the growing popularity of Tolkien's works), the series reissued a number of works of fantasy literature which were out of print or dispersed in back issues of pulp magazines (or otherwise not easily available in the United States), in cheap paperback form—including works by. Jul 12, · We have come at last to the final published volume of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series. Knowing how popular fantasy is these days, it is a shame that the series did not carry on indefinitely. At least there should be a revival of the basic idea by some publisher. Enough with the teen vampire books, please.
Jan 23, · Meanwhile, back on topic, the covers of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy Series were terrific. I have a few around and the cover art -- particularly by Gervasio Gallardo -- was amazingly perceptive, time and again indicting the feel of the books whether or not illustrating some specific person or scene in the book. Randy M. Ballantine Books was established in by the legendary paperback pioneers Ian and Betty Ballantine, publishing original works of both award-winning fiction and nonfiction in both hardcover and paperback formats under one umbrella, including such bestselling novelists as Jodi Picoult, Emily Giffin, Debbie Macomber, Jonathan Kellerman, Tess Gerritsen, Justin Cronin, Jeff Shaara, Alison Weir.
Books shelved as ballantine-adult-fantasy: The Silver Stallion by James Branch Cabell, A Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay, Don Rodriguez: Chronicles o. rows · Publication Series: Ballantine Adult Fantasy Pub. Series Record # 26; Webpages: .