Swords of the North

Swords of the North, a collection of Robert E. Howard’s Celtic/Viking adventure stories. The book checks in at around 500 pages, and will be printed in hardback with dust jacket. Cover art by Mark Wheatley and introduction by Rusty Burke. This volume is the new and edited volume of the now sold out first edition. Coming soon.

Spears of Clontarf – Early Draft

Published by the REH Foundation Press to commemorate the 1000th anniversary of the Battle of Clontarf. Facsimile copies. The letter to Harry Bates was written sometime in 1931, and sent as a cover for Howard’s submission of SPEARS OF CLONTARFT to Soldier of Fortune magazine. This is the earliest known draft.

Robert E. Howard’s Myth Maker

Myth Maker by Cross Plains Comics. Adaptations of Howard’s short stories. Contains “Men of the Shadows” and “Dream Snake” by Tim Sale and Matt Hollingsworth, “Spear & Fang” by Richard Corben and Eric Hope, and “Dermod’s Bane” by Kelley Jones, Laurie Smith, and George Freeman.

Pin-up art by Rafael Kayanan, John Bolton, Michael Kaluta, Mark Schultz, Steve Lightle, and Colin MacNeil, a bit of history on comics adaptions of Howard’s creations by Thomas, and a short bio on Novalyne Price Ellis, author of a well-known Robert E. Howard memoir, by Rusty Burke.

The Dark Man V12N1: The Journal of Robert E. Howard Studies

‘The Dark Man: 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.

The Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard Volume Two: 1930-1932 ultimate

This second volume of a three-volume set collects all of Howard’s known correspondence, from the early letters to his Texas friends, most notably Tevis Clyde Smith, and continuing through correspondence with fellow writers Clark Ashton Smith, E. Hoffmann Price, and others. Also included are Howard’s letters to H.P. Lovecraft, which constitute one of the most intriguing correspondence cycles in the history of Fantasy fiction.

Robert E. Howard: The Power of the Writing Mind

Oversized trade paperback. Introduction by Ben Szumskyj. ‘An Introduction to the Life and Works of Robert E. Howard’ and an interview with Glenn Lord by Joe Marek. An untitled dark fantasy/Cthulhu Mythos style story featuring John O’Dare by Robert E. Howard; ‘A Short History of the Conan Typescripts’ by Patrice Louniet and much more.