Contains poems and stories and also cover artwork from McHaney publications throughout, as well as other cover and interior artwork from magazines containing Howard stories.
Silken Swords: An Informal Guide to the Women in the Fiction of Robert E. Howard.
REH scholar Fred Blosser provides an A-Z encyclopedia of every female character in Robert E. Howard’s fiction, from Conan’s Belit, Valeria, and Yasmela, to dozens of hags, harlots, and hussies, as well as the occasional demure damsel and distaff destroyer.
Lord of the Dead is a collection of crime short stories by Robert E. Howard. It was first published in 1981 by Donald M. Grant, Publisher, Inc. in an edition of 1,250 copies. The stories are inspired by Sax Rohmer. ‘The Mystery of Tannernoe Logde’ was completed by Fred Blosser from an unfinished story.
Contains several untitled typescripts. The untitled synopses and the note about Hernando de Guzman are copies of Howard typescripts. “The Silver Heel” synopsis is missing the first two pages.
“A Boy, a Beehive, and a Chinaman” is a copy of Howard’s handwritten school theme paper. The untitled poem on page 15 is incomplete. The fragment on the back cover is a color copy of Howard’s typed draft, p. 15, that ends in a synopsis of the remainder of the story.
This is a massive hardcover facsimile volume of Howards works from Oriental Stories, Magic Carpet, Thrilling Adventures, Golden Fleece, Strange Tales, Marvel Tales, Argosy, Strange Detective Stories, Super Detective Stories, Thrilling Mystery and Spicy Adventures. Includes all interior illustrations.
This volume is printed in hardback with dust jacket, in a limited first edition with quantity of only 75 copies, each individually numbered. Cover art by Dough Klauba; Book design by Neil and Leigh Mechem; title page illustration by Neil Mechem (only on the limited edition). The reprint edition is not numbered and without the illustration.
Scanned right from the original pulp pages. No editing. No reset text.
This book is sold out and out of stock. It was published by Girasol Collectables.
Steve Harrison’s Casebook collects all of the known stories and fragments starring Howard’s hard-boiled hero. A never-before published draft of “Graveyard Rats” is also included. This volume is 296 pages, plus introductory material.