A collection of original stories by Texas writers inspired by REH, written in his style, or featuring REH or his creations as characters. Limited edition anthology presented to each attendee of the 2006 World Fantasy Convention, hosted in 2006 by the Fandom Association of Central Texas (FACT). The Con celebrated the Robert E. Howard centennial. Anyone unable to attend the Con who purchased a supporting membership also received a copy of this book.
Fantasy Tales Summer 1987, Volume 9, Number 17. This issue contains the poem “An Outworn Story”. Fantasy Tales was published by Stephen Jones from the Summer of 1977 to the Summer of 1987.
Ariel: The Book of Fantasy #3 was a fantasy magazine published by Ariel Books (earlier Morning Star Press). This issue contains the poem “Musing” illustrated on a two-page spread by Jack Kirby.
The Spell of Seven. Contains SHADOWS IN ZAMBOULA. The book is an anthology of fantasy short stories in the sword and sorcery subgenre, edited by L. Sprague de Camp and illustrated by Virgil Finlay. It was first published in paperback by Pyramid Books in June 1965 and reprinted in December 1969. It was the second such anthology assembled by de Camp, following his Swords and Sorcery (1963)
The Mighty Swordsmen is a 1970 anthology of fantasy short stories in the sword and sorcery subgenre, edited by Hans Stefan Santesson. It was first published in paperback by Lancer Books in December 1970 and was a follow-up to the earlier Lancer anthology The Mighty Barbarians. Robert M. Price edited a later-day homage to both anthologies called The Mighty Warriors (2018).
It contains Howard’s BEYOND THE BLACK RIVER and a Conan pastiche by Björn Nyberg titled “The People of the Summit”.
Contains USURP THE NIGHT. Considered part of the Cthulhu Mythos. Cats, dogs, babies, children, and tramps successively and mysteriously disappear from the neighborhood. Also published as THE HOOFED THING.
Anthology/novel based on an unfinished story by Robert E. Howard, with a different author writing each of the 17 chapters. The first 12 chapters were published in five issues of the fanzine Fantasy Crossroads; the remainder appears here for the first time.
Written by Robert E. Howard, Karl Edward Wagner, Joseph Brennan; Richard L. Tierney; Michael Moorcock; Charles R. Saunders; Andrew J. Offutt; Manly Wade Wellman; Darrell Schweitzer; A. E. Van Vogt; Brian Lumley; Frank Belknap Long; Adrian Cole; Ramsey Campbell; H. Warner Munn; Marion Zimmer Bradley; Richard A. Lupoff
A fanzine or periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon from 1977. Issue 12 contains nothing directly by Howard but a round-robin tale based upon a Robert E. Howard fragment. The cover pictures Conan even though it looks more like Tarzan.
ROBERT E. HOWARD CHANGED MY LIFE is a brand-new way of understanding how the Texas author’s legacy continues today. 33 contributors long familiar with the man and his creations share how he impacted their lives and continues to impact modern entertainment. This is an intimate look at the changes wrought personally and professionally by the Father of Sword-and-Sorcery and a Founder of American Fantasy.