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Appendix N

Eldritch Roots of Dungeons and Dragons

Peter Bebergal Ann Vandermeer

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Strange Attractor Press
17 August 2021
An anthology investigating the influences behind Dungeons & Dragons, the most popular modern role-playing game. Drawing upon the original list of inspirational reading provided by Gary Gygax in the first Dungeon Master's Guide, published in 1979, as well as hobbyist magazines and related periodicals that helped to define the modern role-playing game, Appendix N offers a colletion of short fiction and resonant fragments that reveal the literary influences that shaped Dungeons & Dragons, the world's most popular RPG. The stories in Appendix N contextualize the ambitious lyrical excursions that helped set the adventurous tone and dank, dungeon-crawling atmospheres of fantasy roleplay as we know it today.

Featuring tales by Poul Anderson, Frank Brunner, Ramsey Campbell, Lin Carter, Lord Dunsany, Robert E. Howard, Tanith Lee, Fritz Leiber, H. P. Lovecraft, David Madison, Michael Moorcock, C. L. Moore, Fred Saberhagen, Clark Ashton Smith, Margaret St. Clair, Jack Vance, and Manly Wade Wellman.
Afterword by:   Ann Vandermeer
Edited by:   Peter Bebergal
Imprint:   Strange Attractor Press
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 210mm,  Width: 146mm,  Spine: 23mm
Weight:   425g
ISBN:   9781907222740
ISBN 10:   190722274X
Pages:   312
Publication Date:   17 August 2021
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Peter Bebergal is a writer based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His writing on speculative and fringe cultures have been published by the Believer, the Times Literary Supplement, the New Yorker, Boing Boing, and the Paris Review. He is the author Strange Frequencies- The Extraordinary Story of the Technological Quest for the Supernatural, Season of the Witch- How the Occult Saved Rock and Roll, and Too Much to Dream- A Psychedelic American Boyhood.

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