Yesterday on Google+, Cole expressed his appreciation for a good map. I certainly understand their appeal: A good map really seems to conjure a sense of place, making the fantastic a bit more tangible. Here are some from fantasy literature. Maybe you can find some inspiration in them.
Pellucidar is Edgar Rice Burroughs's land within the hollow earth. Here's another map of the same setting:
Poictesme is a mythical French province, appearing in a series of novels by James Branch Cabell:
Lemuria is the stomping grounds of Thongor, Lin Carter's barbarian hero of the forgotten prehistoric past:
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