Chapbook from 1987. “Songs of Bastards” and “Bastards All” are plays.
This chapbook from 1987. “Hell Cat of Hong Kong” is one of five stories featuring REH character John Gorman.
John Gorman was created by Robert E. Howard in an untitled synopsis for a “spicy” adventure story.
Marc A. Cerasini and Charles Hoffman took this synopsis and used it as a basis for a short story, “She-Cats of Samarkand.” The story was published under the byline of Sam Walser, a pseudonym REH used when he wrote for the “spicy” pulps.
Features a comprehensive Howardian interview with noted Howard editor and religious scholar Robert M. Price, conducted by Ben Zoom, an essay on The Whole Wide World and Christianity by Price, a profusely photographed visit to an interesting Howardian landmark, plus announcements, a meaty Letters column, art, poetry, and more.
Features a pictorial article about a new Howardian discovery by Rob Roehm, essays by Gary Romeo and David A. Hardy exploring the influence of history on Howard’s fiction, plus verse from Darrell Schweitzer, a huge Letters column, art, and more.
Features complete coverage of the 2005 Robert E. Howard Days festival, including thousands of words of commentary from a variety of attendees. Also features an article on Howard’s personal library by [redacted], a look at a rare collectible — inscribed by Howard himself — from Joseph Linzalone, a poem about Howard by Frank Coffman, numerous pictures, a variety of letters in The Lion’s Den, and more.