Back to entry: randall_neil | Show links black

Randall, Neil

(?    -    ) Canadian academic at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and author who has written extensively about real-world computers and the Internet [titles not listed below]. Of genre interest are his Gamebooks: Storm of Dust (1987), a Tie to David Drake's Dragon Lord fantasy sequence, and two ties to Roger Zelazny's Amber, being The Black Road War (1988) and Seven No-Trump (1988) [see Checklist for full formal titles]. Also tied to Amber is the nonfiction Roger Zelazny's Visual Guide to Castle Amber (1988) with Roger Zelazny, a Travel Guide of sorts. Lord of Cragslaw (1989) with Bill Fawcett is a fantasy novel tied to the Guardians of the Three sequence about a civilization of cats.

This author should not be confused with the UK historical-fantasy writer Neil Randall (1975-    ). [DRL]

Neil F Randall

born

works (selected)

nonfiction

links

Entry from The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction (2011-current) edited by John Clute and David Langford.
Accessed 03:36 am on 27 June 2022.
<https://sf-encyclopedia.com/entry/randall_neil>