Robert E. Howard’s Strange Tales

A collection by Dennis McHaney from 2005. Black and white cover reproduction from the original publication source or other reprint sources for each story is included.
“The Caldron” contains letters to the editor from the last three issues of Strange Tales about Howard’s stories, including one from August Derleth and one from Clark Ashton Smith.

Skull-Face Omnibus

Skull-Face Omnibus is a collection of fantasy and horror short stories by American writer Robert E. Howard. It was the author’s third book and was published by Nville Spearman 1974,

Most of the stories had originally appeared in the magazine Weird Tales.

Skull-Face and Others

Skull-Face and Others is a collection of fantasy and horror short stories by American writer Robert E. Howard. It was the author’s third book and was published by Arkham House in 1946 in an edition of 3,004 copies.

Most of the stories had originally appeared in the magazine Weird Tales.

The Dark Man and Others

The Dark Man and Others is a posthumously-published anthology of fifteen short stories by American author Robert E. Howard, named after his short story “The Dark Man”, and covering the genres of adventure fiction, horror, historical fiction, fantasy, sword and sorcery, weird fiction and the weird West. It was first published in 1963 by Arkham House, and was edited by August Derleth.

Eleven of the stories had previously been published in the pulp magazine Weird Tales, and one each in Argosy, Oriental Stories and Strange Tales.

The Conan Swordbook

The Conan Swordbook is a 1969 collection of essays edited by L. Sprague de Camp and George H. Scithers, published in hardcover by Mirage Press. The essays were originally published as articles in Scithers’ fanzine Amra. The book is a companion to Mirage’s other two volumes of material from Amra, The Conan Reader (1968) and The Conan Grimoire (1972). Most of the material in the three volumes, together with some additional material, was later reprinted in two de Camp-edited paperback anthologies from Ace Books; The Blade of Conan (1979) and The Spell of Conan (1980).