Kull

Kull. Published by Bantam Books in 1978. Cover by Lou Fleck. This edition removes the changes made by Lin Carter in the Lancer edition titled King Kull.

Fantasy Crossroads #2

The second issue of a fanzine/periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon. From February 1975. This first issue contains several poems and two letters to Harold Preece. It also contains the stories THE CURSE OF THE GOLDEN SKULL and DRUMS OF THE SUNSET.

Avon Fantasy Reader #2

Avon Fantasy Reader, No. 2, 1947. This issue contains the Kull story THE MIRRORS OF TUZUN THUNE. Set in the fictional Prehistoric Thurian Age, it deals with a disillusioned King Kull questioning the meaning of existence, leading him to seek the assistance of a two-faced wizard.

The Howard Collector 17

Glenn Lord published some REH collections on his own, such as the periodical The Howard Collector #1–19. In The Howard Collector, from 1961 to 1973, Lord featured previously unpublished (or very rare) pieces by Howard, letters by REH and those who knew him, indices of poems and stories, reprints of articles related to Howard, and news about upcoming publications and other events.

This is the number 17 from autumn 1972.

The Howard Collector 13

Glenn Lord published some REH collections on his own, such as the periodical The Howard Collector #1–19. In The Howard Collector, from 1961 to 1973, Lord featured previously unpublished (or very rare) pieces by Howard, letters by REH and those who knew him, indices of poems and stories, reprints of articles related to Howard, and news about upcoming publications and other events.

This is the number 13 from autumn 1970.