1964M. MoorcockShores of Death in New Worlds Science Fiction Nov.–Dec. 7
Sahaa the alien looked on politely. Although he could speak Earthish and understand it, much of what was said was well below his own sonic range.
1961M. MoorcockPutting a Tag on It in Amra May 18
In the Epic Fantasy group the author more or less asks you to accept the background and so on as important because his characters consider it important, then take the story from there, repecting the laws and logic which are to be taken for what they are, and taken seriously.
1963M. MoorcockBlood Red Game in Science Fiction Adventures May 3
Yet within it there were many things, many intelligences who did not realise they dwelt in a multiverse since, within itself, it was comprised of many universes, each one separated from the other by dimensions, like leaves between the layers.
1963M. MoorcockBlood Red Game in Science Fiction Adventures May 2
And, it must be remembered, that in the great multiverse they were a mere scattering of seeds; seeds that must survive many elements if they were to grow.
1975M. MoorcockCount Brass in Fantastic Stories Aug. 86/2
There are certain devices we invented when we were learning to shift our city through the dimensions—sensors and the like which can probe the various layers of the multiverse.
2010M. MoorcockComing of Terraphiles, or, Pirates of Second Aether! xxviii. 334
How she [sc. the Paine] had been able to sail here, how she resisted the pull of the black hole in order to perform this all-but impossible feat, nobody knew, but it spoke of superb spacemanship and an instinct for the multiverse only a few possessed.
1961M. MoorcockPutting a Tag on It in Amra May 15
In this sub-genre I would classify books like "The Worm Ouroboros", "Jurgen", "The Lord of the Rings", "The Once and Future King", Grey Mouser/Fafhrd series, the Conan series, "The Broken Sword", "Well of the Unicorn", etc., usw.
1965M. MoorcockBlood Red Game (1977) xii. 106
‘If I need help I’ll call you in my suit-phone,’ he said as he picked up his discarded helmet. ‘If you need them—suits are here.’ He went to the airlock’s elevator. ‘I’ll keep my suit-phone receiver on. If you see anything—any trace of Mary—let me know. Have the scanners working full-time.’
1963M. Moorcock in New Worlds Science Fiction July 113
We are searching now, trying to pick him up, but outside the Earth’s time-track all is chaotic to our instruments—some defect in out understanding of time.
2002M. MoorcockLost Sorceress of Silent Citadel in D. G. Hartwell Yuear's Best SF 8 (2003) 479
That vital, sturdy, undiluted stuff will bring us back our power and make Mars know her old fear of the unhumans who ruled her before the Sea Kings ruled.