Fantasy Crossroads #9

A fanzine or periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon from August 1976. Issue 9 Contains the first appearance of THE LAST LAUGH by Howard. It also contains a review of the album record “From the Hells beneath the Hells” by Dennis McHaney and a Red Nails portfolio by Gene Day. It also contains a short story by Tevis Clyde Smith.

The Bear Creek Omnibus

The Pride of Bear Creek is a collection of Western short stories by Robert E. Howard. It was first published in 1966 by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. Grant also published an edition in 1977 with illustrations by Tim Kirk.

Robert E. Howard in the pulps volume 1

Dennis McHaney explores Howard’s time with the pulp magazines. This book is a companion volume to Robert E. Howard and Weird Tales. It covers half the pulp titles Howard worked for pulps other than Weird Tales. The cover art is from Oriental Stories (Vol. 2, No. 1) by J. Allen St. John, which featured the story ‘The Sowers of the Thunder’.

Robert E. Howard and Weird Tales

Dennis McHaney explores Howard’s time with the legendary Weird Tales. The book includes what the readers of the magazine thought though the letters column, The Eyrie, and letters from Howard to his friends and correspondents and their comments to Howard. The book is heavily illustrated in color, showing the cover of every issue containing Howard, the first page of the story, and much more. If the “first page” is a poem, that verse is present.

Illustrating Robert E. Howard

This book is a collection of articles about the early history of the art and the illustrators who made the works of Robert E. Howard come to life. Contents include: A heavily illustrated article on some of the best artists who worked for Weird Tales by Frank Coffman. A look at Roy G. Krenkel’s work for Donald M. Grant by Dennis McHaney. A reference guide to Roy G. Krenkel’s work for Amra by Dennis McHaney. A look at Frank Frazetta’s work on The Ultimate Triumph by Robert E. Howard. A Tribute to Jeffrey Catherine Jones by Bill Cavalier. An overview of Stephen E. Fabian’s work for the works of Robert E. Howard by Damon Sasser.

An overview of Stephen E. Fabian’s work for the works of Robert E. Howard by Damon Sasser.