The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v1 #2

Contains several untitled typescripts. The untitled synopses and the note about Hernando de Guzman are copies of Howard typescripts. “The Silver Heel” synopsis is missing the first two pages.
“A Boy, a Beehive, and a Chinaman” is a copy of Howard’s handwritten school theme paper. The untitled poem on page 15 is incomplete. The fragment on the back cover is a color copy of Howard’s typed draft, p. 15, that ends in a synopsis of the remainder of the story.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v9 #1

Front cover illustration is the cover of The Poet’s Scroll for April 1929. This was a very limited circulation poetry magazine, published by Estil Alexander Townsend in Howe, OK, that featured a poem by Howard.
Items authored by Howard are typescripts, except for “Adventure in Arabia” and “Far in Gloomy Northland” which are hand-written.

The Cimmerian volume 1 Index

Features a comprehensive series of indexes and supplementary material covering the first year of The Cimmerian (Volume 1, Numbers 1–5, 2004). Includes Title Indexes, Author and Subject Indexes, Contributor’s Guide, a Catalogue of Art and more.

This special index issue is only available in a deluxe edition, and is the perfect capstone to your deluxe Volume 1 collection.

The Cimmerian #1 volume 2

Features a pictorial article about a new Howardian discovery by Rob Roehm, essays by Gary Romeo and David A. Hardy exploring the influence of history on Howard’s fiction, plus verse from Darrell Schweitzer, a huge Letters column, art, and more.

The Cimmerian #4 volume 2

Features complete coverage of the 2005 Robert E. Howard Days festival, including thousands of words of commentary from a variety of attendees. Also features an article on Howard’s personal library by [redacted], a look at a rare collectible — inscribed by Howard himself — from Joseph Linzalone, a poem about Howard by Frank Coffman, numerous pictures, a variety of letters in The Lion’s Den, and more.