‘England Invaded: A Collection Of Fantasy Fiction’

England Invaded: A Collection Of Fantasy Fiction

London:  W.H. Allen, 1977 (October 10th) hardcover;
edited and introduced by Michael Moorcock;
original price:  £4·95;
245 pages;
I.S.B.N.:  0-491-02191-7;
cover artist: Rodney Matthews;

no American edition.

England Invaded was the second of two anthologies “of Victorian and Edwardian imaginative fiction published before 1914”, the first being Before Armageddon (1975).

First edition
First paperback edition:  London: Star, 1980 (October 16th);
original price:  £1·35;
245 pages;
I.S.B.N.:  0-352-30694-7;
cover artist:  unknown.

Contents (both editions):-
p. 1: Introduction by Michael Moorcock;
p. 5: ‘The Uses Of Advertisement: An Aeroplane Adventure’ by Tristram Crutchley;
p. 23: ‘When The New Zealander Comes’ by Prof. Blyde Muddersnook;
p. 37: ‘The Monster Of Lake Lametrie’ by Wardon Allan Curtis;
p. 55: ‘The Abduction Of Alexandra Seine: A Tale Of The Twentieth Century’ by Fred C. Smale;
p. 69: ‘Is The End Of The World Near? A Question And An Answer’ by John Munro;
p. 77: ‘When William Came’ by H.H. Munro (‘Saki’).