A fanzine or periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon from 1975. Issue 6 contains ‘The Gondarian Man’ by Howard. The poem ‘Hope Empty of Meaning’ and a letter to Harold Preece, circa February 1930 is also included along with articles and poems by other writers.
Periodical or fanzine from fall 1974 containing Robert E. Howards ‘Under the Boabab Tree’ and ‘The Vultures’ with the alterative ending. Editor Wayne Warfield. This is the first appearance of ‘Under the Boabab Tree’.
This is the definitive critical anthology on the writings of Texan Robert Howard, the originator of Sword & Sorcery fantasy and also of Conan The Barbarian. The essays survey Howard’s work in fantasy, westerns, poetry and supernatural horror tales.
This massive volume, over 800 pages was printed in 2009. The Collected Poetry of Robert E. Howard from the REH Foundation. This volume collects all of Howard’s known verse (more than 700 poems), excluding only certain draft and/or variant versions of his poems which are not significantly different from published versions.
It also includes the prose poems published in Etchings in Ivory, title and first line indexes, and “Barbarian Bard: The Poetry of Robert E. Howard”.