James Blaylock

James P. Blaylock (born September 20, 1950) is american fantasy author.

Notable for his style; he writes in a humorous way; his characters never walk, they clump along or when someone complains (in a flying machine) that flight is impossible, the other characters agree and show him why he's right!

Novels:

  • Homunculus
  • The Rainy Season
  • Land of Dreams
  • The Elfin Ship
  • The Disappearing Dwarf
  • Lord Kelvin's Machine
  • The Last Coin
  • Winter Tides
  • The Digging Leviathan
  • The Stone Giant
  • All the Bells on Earth
  • The Paper Grail

He invented the poet William Ashbless along with Tim Powers.

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