John Grant (écrivain)

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John Grant (né en 1949) est un écrivain et éditeur écossais. Il est surtout connu pour ses œuvres de science-fiction et fantasy, ainsi qu'une encyclopédie des personnages Disney. Né Paul le Page Barnett, il a aussi écrit sous les noms de Paul Barnett ou Eve Devereux plus de 70 livres.

Œuvres[modifier | modifier le code]

  • The Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters Harper & Row, 1987. ISBN 978-0060157777
  • Clute, John and Grant, John. The Encyclopedia of Fantasy. New York: St Martin's Press, 1997. ISBN 0-312-15897-1.
  • The Chesley Awards For Science Fiction & Fantasy Art : A Retrospective, AAPPL 2003. ISBN 978-1904332107
  • "Aries I", 1979 as John Grant
  • "Electric Children: Roots & Branches of Modern Folk-Rock," 1976, (translation & expansion) as Paul Barnett
  • "Planet Earth: An Encyclopedia of Geology", 1977, as Paul Barnett (codirection avec A. Hallam & Peter Hutchinson)
  • "Phaidon Concise Encyclopedia of Science & Technology", 1997, as Paul Barnett, edited by John-David Yule (contributing editor)
  • "The Book of Time", 1980, as John Grant (codirection avec Colin Wilson)
  • A Directroy of Discarded Ideas, Ashgrove Press 1981
  • "The Directory of Possibilities", 1981, as John Grant (codirection avec Colin Wilson)
  • "A Book of Numbers", 1982, as John Grant
  • Dreamers, Ashgrove Press 1983
  • "The Truth About the Flaming Ghoulies", 1983, as John Grant
  • "Sex Secrets of Ancient Atlantis", 1986, as John Grant
  • Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters, Harper & Row 1987. ISBN 978-0060157777 (first edition)
  • "Earthdoom!" 1987, as John Grant with David Langford
  • "The Advanced Trivia Quiz Book", 1987 as John Grant
  • "Great Mysteries", 1988, as John Grant
  • "An Introduction to Viking Mythology", 1989, as John Grant
  • "The Great Unsolved Mysteries of Science", 1989, as John Grant
  • "Eclipse of the Kai", 1989, as John Grant
  • "The Dark Door Opens", 1989, as John Grant
  • "The Sword of the Sun", 1989, as John Grant
  • "Hunting Wolf", 1990, as John Grant
  • Albion, 1991, as John Grant
  • Unexplained Mysteries of the World (1991)
  • "The Claws of Helgedad", 1991, as John Grant
  • "The Scarifice of Ruanon", 1991, as John Grant
  • "Eclipse of the Kai", 1991, as John Grant
  • "The World", 1992, as John Grant
  • "Monsters", 1992, as John Grant, US title: Monster Mysteries
  • "The Birthplace", 1992, as John Grant
  • "The Book of the Magnakai", 1992, as John Grant
  • "Legends of Lone Wolf Omnibus", 1992 as John Grant
  • "The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction", 1993 (second edition), edited by John Clute and Peter Nicholls, John Grant technical editor
  • "Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters" 1993 (second edition), as John Grant
  • "The Tellings" 1993, as John Grant
  • "The Lorestone of Varetta", 1993, as John Grant
  • "History Book, A Thog the Mighty Text" (chapbook), 1994, as John Grant
  • "The Secret of Kazan-Oud", 1994, as John Grant
  • "The Rotting Land", 1994, as John Grant
  • "The Hundredfold Problem", 1994, as John Grant
  • "Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde" 1995, as John Grant (children's retelling)
  • "The Encyclopedia of Fantasy & Science Fiction Art Techniques" 1996, as John Grant with Ron Tiner
  • Clute, John and Grant, John. The Encyclopedia of Fantasy. New York: St Martin's Press, 1997. ISBN 0-312-15897-1.
  • "Strider's Galaxy", [Legend] 1997, as Paul Barnett
  • "Frankenstein", 1997, as John Grant (children's retelling)
  • "Strider's Universe", [Orbit] 1998, as Paul Barnett
  • "Encyclopedia of Walt Disney's Animated Characters" 1998 (third edition), as John Grant
  • "Enchanted World: The Art of Anne Sudworth", 2000, as John Grant
  • "Guts", 2001, as John Grant with David Langford
  • "Masters of Animation", 2001, as John Grant
  • "The World", 2001, as John Grant (re-issue)
  • "Albion", 2001, as John Grant (re-issue)
  • "The Paper Tiger Fantasy Art Gallery", 2002, as Paul Barnett
  • "Perceptualistics: Art of Jael", 2002, as John Grant
  • "Dargonhenge", 2002, as John Grant
  • The Far Enough Window, 2002, as John Grant
  • Qinmeartha and the Girl-Child LoChi", 2002, as John Grant
  • The Chesley Awards For Science Fiction & Fantasy Art : A Retrospective, AAPPL 2003. ISBN 978-1904332107
  • "The Hundredfold Problem, 2003, as John Grant (re-issue)
  • "Earthdoom!" 2003, as John Grant with David Langford (re-issue)
  • "Strange Pleasures 2", 2003, editors John Grant and Dave Hutchinson
  • "L'Ultimo Dei Ramas" 2003, as John Grant, (Italian reprint of Legends of Lone Wolf Series Vol. One)
  • Take No Prisoners', 2004, as John Grant'
  • Digital Art For the 21st Century, 2004, as John Grant with Audre Vysniauskas
  • "la Vendetta del Lupo", 2004, as John Grant, (Italian reprint Legends of Lone Wolf Series Vol. Two)
  • "The StarDragons", 2005 as John Grant
  • "Faeries & Other Fantastical Folk: The Faery Paintings of Maxine Gadd", 2005, as John Grant
  • "il Libro Sacro dei Ramos" 2005, as John Grant, (Italian reprint of the Lone Wolf Series Vol. Three)
  • "il Libro Sacro dei Ramos" 2005, as John Grant, (Italian reprint of the Lone Wolf Series Vol. Four)
  • "Sci-Fi Movies", AAPPL 2006, as John Grant
  • "Noir Movies", AAPPL 2006, as John Grant
  • "Life-Size Dragons", 2006, as John Grant
  • "Animated Movies", AAPPL 2006, as John Grant
  • Discarded Science: Ideas That Seemed Good at the Time... , ff&f, 2006
  • "Beer", AAPPL 2006, as Paul Barnett
  • New Writings in the Fantastic, 2006, edited by John Grant
  • Corrupted Science: Fraud, Ideology and Politics in Science, ff&f, 2007
  • "The Dragons of Manhattan", 2008, as John Grant
  • "Leaving Fortusa", 2008, as John Grant
  • "The City In These Pages", 2008, as John Grant
  • Bogus Science: Or Some People Believe In These Things, ff&f, 2009