Kull: Exile of Atlantis

The UK based small press Wandering Star issued glorious editions of Robert E. Howard s work, including The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane, Bran Mak Morn, The Ultimate Triumph, as well as two volumes of Howard’s Conan tales. Subterranean Press is continued this series of limited editions, beginning with Kull: Exile of Atlantis, exquisitely illustrated with color plates.

Weird Tales 1929 August

“The Shadow Kingdom” is a fantasy short story by American writer Robert E. Howard, the first of his Kull stories, set in his fictional Thurian Age. It was first published in the pulp magazine Weird Tales in August 1929.

The story introduces Kull himself, the setting of Valusia, Brule the Spear-Slayer (a supporting character), and the Serpent Men (who don’t appear in any other work by Howard, but were adopted by later authors for derivative works and inclusion in the Cthulhu Mythos).

Weird Tales 1929 September

“The Mirrors of Tuzun Thune” is a fantasy short story by American author Robert E. Howard, one of his original short stories about Kull of Atlantis, first published in Weird Tales magazine c. 1929. It is one of only three Kull stories to be published in Howard’s lifetime.

The Dark Man #4: The Journal of Robert E. Howard Studies

A chapbook from 1997. Edited by Rusty Burke. 

The Dark Man #4: Journal of Robert E. Howard and Pulp Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal devoted to the academic study of Robert E. Howard’s literary legacy as well as the literary historical and print culture contexts associated with it. The journal seeks to publish full-length articles, brief critical notes and commentaries, bibliographies, reviews of books, and other scholarship that treats Howard’s life, time, literary work, and associated topics such as Weird Tales, H.P. Lovecraft, and the concept of a transhistorical pulp fiction aesthetic.

Odes at the Black Dog

This booklet was for sale at the 100th birthday celebration for Robert E. Howard held at The Torch in Fort Worth, Texas on January 21, 2006. All profits from the sale of the booklet and the $5 admission fee for the event went to the City of Cross Plains Fire Relief Fund. The event was originally scheduled to be held at the Black Dog Tavern, but was moved at the last minute. It was actually held at The Torch, a nearby tavern in Fort Worth, TX. An open mic was available at the event and various people read excerpts from the vast range of REH works. Poems were read aloud by various Howard fans, as were some parts of Howard stories, about 40 readings in all. Most copies of this publication were sold at that meeting.