J.G. Ballard
Books and Stories

James Graham (J.G.) Ballard (b. 1930 - d. 2009) was born in Shanghai; this excellent British writer spent several years in an internment camp in Japan during WWII. He writes "I don't think you can go through the experience of war without one's perceptions of the world being forever changed. The reassuring stage set that everyday reality in the suburban west presents to us is torn down; you see the ragged scaffolding, and then you see the truth beyond that, and it can be a frightening experience."Select a novel or story title to see the inventions from that work:

Cry Hope, Cry Fury!, Mercury Publications, Inc., 1966

Say Goodby to the Wind, Ultimate Publications, Inc., 1970

Studio 5, The Stars, Berkeley Medallion, 1971

Super-Cannes: A Novel, Not Known, 2000

The Cloud Sculptors of Coral D, Fantasy and Science Fiction, 1967

The Subliminal Man, Not Known, 1963

The Thousand Dreams of Stellavista, Amazing Fact and Science Fiction, 1962

 

 

 

 

 

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