Sword & Fantasy #19

No REH stories or poems in this volume, but a review of the movie The Whole Wide World and artwork featuring Robert E. Howard by Rick McCollum.

Contents include articles by and about H.P. Lovecraft. Sword & Sorcery art. Article on the A. Merritt novel THE FACE IN THE ABYSS, and more. Cover by Margaret Brundage.

Sword & Fantasy #18

Contents include letters by Glenn Lord, Zarfhaana by Glenn Lord (1974), H.P. Lovecraft: The House and the Shadows by J. Vernon Shea, Cthulhu drawing by J. Cockroft (cover of LIGHT, 1946), Lovecraft on Burroughs, Memories of Quinn by E. Hoffman Price (1969), an intervidw with E. Hoffman Price, art folio by Joseph H. Krucher (1962), an interview with Karl Edward Wagner (1975), and more.

Sword & Fantasy #17

Contents include Jack Jackson’s adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s “The Hound” from 1972 (and which he gave Van Hise permission to reprint back in 1984). Skip Olson color art of Cthulhu. “HPL On Edgar Rice Burroughs.” Reviews of Robert E. Howard books from 1971 & 1977. Folio of HPL inspired art by R.F. McCann. “Introduction to the Cthulhu Mythos” by J. Vernon Shea. A Roy Hunt fantasy illo from 1948. An article on Mark Schultz by James Van Hise. A long fantasy comic strip by Ron Wilber and more.

Songs of Giants: The Poetry of Pulp

SONGS OF GIANTS is a collection of some of the very best poetry written by three giants of pulp literature; Robert E. Howard, Edgar Rice Burroughs and H. P. Lovecraft. In March 2019 Mark Wheatley launched a Kickstarter and it was a giant success. In a short period of time it was funded by 293 backers which pledged $13,415 to bring the project to life.

Wheatley has brought the poems to life with illustrations inspired by the early, classic, golden age of pulp illustrators.