The REH Foundation is proud to present The Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard. This three-volume, limited-edition series collects all the known letters written by REH. The collection includes dozens of previously unpublished letters and hundreds of poems.

This three-volume set collects more than 330 letters, from the early ones 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.

Each volume is printed in hardback with dust jacket, in a limited quantity of 300 copies, and are individually numbered. Cover design and artwork is by Jim & Ruth Keegan.

Contents

  • xi • Introduction (The Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard Volume One: 1923-1929) • essay by Rusty Burke
  • xix • Notes on the Text (The Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard Volume One: 1923-1929) • essay by uncredited
  • 3 • Untitled poem (“When Napoleon down in Africa…”) • (1999) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 3 • To Tevis Clyde Smith — handwritten. June 8, 1923 (“Hello Clyde, / May the blessings…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 8, 1923 (“Hello Clyde, / May the blessings of Allah rest upon you…”) 1999)
  • 4 •  Love Affair in the Old Stone Age • interior artwork by Robert E. Howard
  • 4 • Neolithic Love Song • (1987) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 5 •  The Flapper Long Live the Queen • (1999) • interior artwork by Robert E. Howard
  • 6 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, June 22, 1923 (“Clyde sahib, greeting: / I found your first letter…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 22, 1923 (“Clyde sahib, greeting: / I found your first letter…”))
  • 7 • Untitled poem (“Now bright, now red, the sabers sped…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 7 • Untitled poem (“The helmsman gaily, rode down the rickerboo…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 8 • The Dook of Stork • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 8 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, July 7, 1923 (“To Clyde bahadur-sahib, greeting: / I got your letter…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, July 7, 1923 (“To Clyde bahadur-sahib, greeting: / I got your letter…”))
  • 11 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, July 30, 1923 (“Clyde sahib, bohut salaam, bahadur; / The picnic has come…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, July 30, 1923 (“Clyde sahib, bohut salaam, bahadur: / The picnic has come and went…”))
  • 12 • Untitled poem (“Bill Boozy was a pirate bold…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 14 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, August 4, 1923 (“Clyde sahib; / You say I’ll be in…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 4, 1923 (“Clyde Sahib; / You say I’ll be in Kabul…”))
  • 17 • Untitled poem (“A clash of steel, a thud of hoofs…:) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 17 • Untitled poem (“A hundred years the great war raged…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 18 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, August 24, 1923 (“Bohut salaam, Clyde sahib; / I was all ready to come over to…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 24, 1923 (“Bohut Salaam, Clyde sahib: / I was all ready to come over…”) 1989)
  • 21 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, September 9, 1923 (“Clyde sahib; / First off I must apologize for not…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 9, 1923 (“Clyde Sahib: / First off I must apologize for not …”) 1989)
  • 23 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, October 5, 1923 (“Salaam, Clyde; / Maybe you think I’ve moved…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, October 5, 1923 (“Salaam Clyde; / Maybe you think I’ve moved…”))
  • 25 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, November 4, 1923 (“Bohut salaam, Clyde bahadur; / It’s been quite a while…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, November 4, 1923 (“Bohut salaam, Clyde bahadur; / It’s been quite a while…”))
  • 31 • To “Adventure”, ca. February 1924 (“I am writing for information…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to “Adventure” Magazine (“Question: ‘I am writing for information in regard to…'”) 1924)
  • 31 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, April 21, 1924 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib; / I should have written…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, April 21, 1924 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib; / I should have written you sooner…”))
  • 33 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, June 19, 1924 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib; / I suppose you think I’m rather slow…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 19, 1924 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib; / I suppose you think I’m rather slow…”))
  • 34 • To “Adventure”, ca. July 1924 (“1. At what period did the feudal…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to “Adventure” Magazine (“1. At what period did the feudal system…:) 1924)
  • 35 •  Mexican Soldiers, the Pride of the Nation • (1999) • interior artwork by Robert E. Howard
  • 35 • Untitled poem (“Palm-trees are waving in the gulf-breeze…”) • (1999) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 35 • To Tevis Clyde Smith — handwritten. September 7, 1924 (“Salaam, Clyde; / You ought to be here…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 7, 1924 (“Salaam, Clyde, / You ought to be here. / Palm-trees are waving…”) 1999)
  • 36 •  Spig Acting Smart • (1999) • interior artwork by Robert E. Howard
  • 37 • To “Western Story”, ca. fall 1924 (“— And I am not one of those…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 41 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, January 7, 1925 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib; / I was in Brownwood the…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, January 7, 1925 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib; / I was in Brownwood the other day…”))
  • 43 • Untitled poem (“Hills of the North! Lavender hills…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 43 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, January 30, 1925 (“Salaam, sahib; / I’m sending you a lot of junk…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, January 30, 1925 (“Salaam, Sahib; / I’m sending you a lot of junk…”))
  • 44 • Untitled poem (“Dark are your eyes…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 44 • Untitled poem (“How your right thudded…”) • (1996) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of Slugger’s Vow)
  • 44 • Untitled poem (“I am the Spirit of War!…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 44 • Untitled poem (“I lay in Yen’s opium joint…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 45 • To Robert W. Gordon, February 4, 1925 (“Dear Sir; / I am sending you a few songs…”) • [Letters to Robert W. Gordon] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Robert W. Gordon, February 4, 1925 (“Dear Sir: / I am sending you a few songs…”) 1999)
  • 50 • The Bombing of Gon Fanfew • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 50 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, February 25, 1925 (“Salaam,sahib; / Chapter XIX / Writers of the Bunkorian Age…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, February 25, 1925 (“Salaam, Sahib; / Chapter XIX / Writers of the Bunkorian Age…”))
  • 52 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, March 17, 1925 (“The top o’ the marnin’ O’Clydo; / Faith and bejabbers!…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, March 17, 1925 (“The top o’ the marnin’, O’Clydo; / Faith and bejabbers!…”))
  • 53 • The Sappious Few Menchew • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 55 • The Post of the Sappy Skipper • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 55 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, April 6, 1925 (“Salaam, sahib; / What ho! I have never read…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, April 6, 1925 (“Salaam, sahib; / What ho! I have never read…”))
  • 57 • An interview With James J. Bunkus / The Bore of the Cowed • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 57 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, May 24, 1925 (“Salaam; / Hot zowie, old topper…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, May 24, 1925 (“Salaam; / Hot zowie, old topper…”))
  • 58 • Untitled poem (“When you were a set-up and I was a ham…”) • (1990) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of When You Were a Set-up and I Was a Ham)
  • 59 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, July 7, 1925 (“Salaam, Sahib; / I believe you owe me a letter…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, July 7, 1925 (“Salaam, Sahib; / I believe you owe me a letter…”))
  • 60 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, July 16, 1925 (“Salaam, sahib; / What ho, milord!…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, July 16, 1925 (Salaam, sahib: / What ho, milord!…”) 1989)
  • 60 • Untitled poem (“And Dempsey climbed into the ring and the crowd sneered…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 61 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, July, 1925 (“Salaam, Clyde; / Old boy, I got your letter…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, July 1925 (“Salaam, Clyde; / Old boy, I got your letter…”))
  • 64 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1925 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib, / I haven’t got any answer…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1925 (“Salaam, Clyde sahib, / I haven’t got any answer…”))
  • 64 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, August 6, 1925 (“Salaam; / I’m glad you passed the exams…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 6, 1925 (“Salaam; / I’m glad you passed the exams…”))
  • 66 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, August 26, 1925 (“Salaam; / I’ve been thinking. What is reality…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 26, 1925 (“Salaam: / I’ve been thinking. What is reality…”) 1989)
  • 66 • Untitled poem (“I tell you this, my friend…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 68 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, August 28, 1925 (“Salaam; / I’ve been thinking. Did you ever stop…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Trevis Clyde Smith, August 28, 1925 (“Salaam: / I’ve been thinking. Did you ever stop…”) 1989)
  • 69 • Untitled poem (“Mingle my dust with the burning brand…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 69 • Untitled poem (“Roses laughed in her pretty hair…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 70 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, October 9, 1925 (“Salaam, sahib; / Say, bo, you’re developing into a real poet…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, October 9, 1925 (“Salaam, sahib; / Say, bo, you’re developing into a real poet…”))
  • 71 • Untitled poem (“All the crowd meek and proud…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 72 • To Herbert Klatt, ca. fall 1925 (“Bohut salaam, bahader; / Again I write you, being…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 75 • To “Weird Tales”, ca. January 1926 (“…These are sheer masterpieces…”) • [Letters to Weird Tales] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 75 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, January 14, 1926 (“Salaam, bahadur, bohut salaam; / By Baal I am joyed…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, January 14, 1926 (“Salaam, bahadur, bohut salaam; / By Baal I am joyed…”))
  • 77 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, January 14, 1926 (“Salaam; / This is a habit of mine…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, January 14, 1926 (“Salaam; / This is a habit of mine, always was…”))
  • 80 •  Letter to Farnsworth Wright, January 23, 1926 (“Dear Sir; / I have no carbon copy…”) • [Letters to Farnsworth Wright] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 81 • To Robert W. Gordon, February 15, 1926 (“Dear Mr. Gordon; / I was delighted to receive your letter…”) • [Letters to Robert W. Gordon] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Robert W. Gordon, February 15, 1926 (“Dear Mr. Gordon; / I was delighted to receive your letter…”) 1998)
  • 86 • To “The Ring”, ca. early 1926 (“Here is my opinion on the greatest…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to “The Ring” Magazine (“Here is my opinion on the greatest heavyweights…”) 1926)
  • 87 • To Robert W. Gordon, April 9, 1926 (“Dear Sir; / I must really ask your pardon…”) • [Letters to Robert W. Gordon] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Robert W. Gordon, April 9, 1926 (“Dear Sir: / I must really ask your pardon…”) 1998)
  • 93 • The Dancer • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 93 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, April 14, 1926 (“Salaam; / Being in an (un)poetical mood…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, April 14, 1926 (“Salaam; / Being in an (un)poetical mood…”))
  • 94 • Destiny (“What is there real, my girl… “) • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 94 • Laughter • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 96 • Untitled poem (“The shades of night were falling faster…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 96 • Untitled poem (“We are the duckers of crosses…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 97 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, May 7, 1926 (“Salaam; / I’m sending you a flock of poetry…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, May 7, 1926 (“Salaam; / I’m sending you a flock of poetry…”))
  • 97 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, June 23, 1926 (“Salaam; / I’m trying to write again…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, June 23, 1926 (“Salaam; / I’m trying to write again…”))
  • 98 • Eternity • (1991) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 98 • Untitled poem (“Early in the morning I gazed at the eastern skies…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 98 • Untitled poem (“Give ye of my best though the dole be meager…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 99 • Serpent • (2007) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 100 • Adventure (“I am the spur that rides men’s souls…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 100 • Destiny (“I am a white trail…”) • (2006) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 100 • Shadows (“I am that which was, was never…”) • (2006) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 101 • Adventurer • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 101 • Dancer • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 101 • Dreamer • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 101 • Libertine • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 101 • Nun • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 101 • Poet • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 101 • Prude • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 102 • Cowboy • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 102 • Deeps • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 102 • Girl • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 102 • Sailor • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 102 • Toper • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 103 • Mystic • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 103 • Orientia • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 103 • The Mountains of California • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 103 • Thor • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 104 • Lust • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 104 • Monarchs • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 105 • Romance (“Shouting I come, flouting I come…”) • (2006) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 105 • San Jacinto (“Flowers bloom on San Jacinto…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 105 • The Alamo • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 106 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, August 6, 1926 (“Salaam, sahib; / In the first place, pardon…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 6, 1926 (“Salaam, sahib; / In the first place, pardon…”))
  • 107 • Arcadian Days • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 110 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, August 21, 1926 (“Bohut salaam, sahib; / I think you owe me one, two…) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, August 21, 1926 (“Bohut salaam, sahib; / I think you owe me one, two, three…”))
  • 112 • Twilight on Stonehenge • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 113 • Ocean-Thoughts • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 114 • The Campus at Midnight • (1976) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 114 • To Edna Mann, October 30, 1926 (“Dear Friend; / As usual I have to start my letter with an apology…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Edna Mann, October 30, 1926 (“Dear Friend; / As usual I have to start my letter…”))
  • 119 • To Robert W. Gordon — handwritten. January 2, 1926 (“My dear Mr. Gordon; / Upon seeing a request…”) • [Letters to Robert W. Gordon] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Robert W. Gordon, January 2, 1926 (“My dear Mr. Gordon; / Upon seeing a request of yours in a late copy…”) 1999)
  • 121 • To Robert W. Gordon, March 17, 1927 (“Dear Mr. Gordon; / This time I have an excuse…”) • [Letters to Robert W. Gordon] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Robert W. Gordon, March 17, 1927 (“Dear Mr. Gordon, / This time I have an excuse for not having answered…”) 1999)
  • 126 • To “Weird Tales”, ca. May 1927 (“Your last three issues…”) • [Letters to Weird Tales] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter (Weird Tales, June 1927) 1927)
  • 126 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. late August / early September 1927 (“ARE YOU THE YOUNG MAN…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. late August / early September 1927 (“Are you the young man to whom…”))
  • 127 • Where Strange Gods Squall (“Yes, I might have learned…”) • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 127 • Untitled poem (“Take some honey from a cat…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 128 • Revenge • (1990) • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 130 • Legend • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 130 • The Mottoes of the Boy Scouts • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 131 • Untitled poem (“Against the blood red moon a tower stands…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 131 • Untitled poem (“Toast to the British! Damn their souls to Hell…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 132 • Where Strange Gods Squall II (“There it was…”) • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 132 •  Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. fall 1927 (“Salaam: / Then the little boy said to…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. fall 1927 (“Salaam: / Then the little boy said to Goofus Gorilla…”))
  • 133 • Untitled poem (“What’s become of Waring…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 134 • The Robes of the Righteous • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 135 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1927 (“Salaam: / Having just got your letter…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1927 (“Salaam: / Having just got your letter I’ll write now…”) 1989)
  • 135 • Untitled poem (“After the trumps are sounded…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 137 • Untitled poem fragment (“Along the road that leads to Hell…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 137 • Untitled poem fragment (“A jackal laughed from a thicket…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 138 • Untitled poem (“The baron of Fenland sat at east…”) • (1986) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 139 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca.October 1927 (“Salaam: / Seeking cognizance of things looked…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1927 (“Salaam: / Seeking cognizance of things looked…”) 1989)
  • 139 • The Fastidious Fooey Mancucu • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 140 • Untitled poem (“Tell me not in coocoo numbers…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 145 • Lilith • (1982) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 145 • The Gods Remember (“Lost wonders of the ages lie…”) • (1986) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 146 • The Dreams of Men • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 146 • The Builders (“We reared Bab-ilu’s towers…”) • (2007) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 147 • The Road to Babel • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 150 • Memories (“Shall we remember, friend of the morning…”) • (1988) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 155 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1928 (“Salaam: / Listen, you crumb, I think you already…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1928 (“Salaam: / Listen, you crumb, I think…”) 1989)
  • 155 • Wolfsdung • (1988) • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 157 • Untitled poem (“Keep women, thrones and kingly lands…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 158 • Untitled poem (“Mother Eve, Mother Eve, I name you a fool…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 158 • Untitled poem (“The east is red and I am dead…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 158 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1928 (“I wasn’t lying to you Saturday…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. January 1928 (“I wasn’t lying to you Saturday…”) 1989)
  • 158 • Untitled poem (“The world goes back to the primitive, yea…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 158 • Untitled poem (“I do not sing of a paradise…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 159 • Symbols • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 160 • Romany Road • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 160 • Love • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 161 • The Chant Demoniac • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 161 • A Man • (1998) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 162 • The Grey Lover • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 162 • Life (“About me rise the primal mists…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 162 • King Hootus • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 165 • To Harold Preece, ca. January-February 1928 (“Salaam; / Say, listen, tramp, you owe me…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 168 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, week of February 20, 1928 (“The fellow who wrote ‘The Kasidah’ strung…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, week of February 20, 1928 (“The fellow who wrote ‘The Kasidah’ strung a lot…”) 1989)
  • 172 • Untitled play (“A typical small town drugstore…”) • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 180 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 (“The only reason for writing this letter is…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 (“The only reason for writing this letter…”) 1989)
  • 182 • Untitled poem (“Keresa, Keresita, an echo shivers…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of Keresa, Keresita 1989)
  • 183 • How to Select a Successful Evangelist • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 183 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 (“Salaam: / Not having much of anything specially…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 (“Salaam: / Not having much of anything specially to say…”))
  • 184 • A Song of Cheer • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 184 • The Choir Girl • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 185 • Repentance • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 186 • Untitled story (“Thoid round de Kid…”) • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 189 • Untitled poem (“I am Man from the primal, I…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 190 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 (“Salaam: / Glad you’re writing these days…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1928 (“Salaam: / Glad you’re writing these days…”) 1989)
  • 190 • Untitled poem (“The spiders of weariness come on me…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 190 • Untitle poem (“Follow me, oh grim Elijah…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of The Dust Dance (“Follow me, oh, grim Elijah…”) 1989)
  • 191 • Untitled poem (“Moses was our leader and Moses knew his Hebrews…”) • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of The Odyssey of Israel)
  • 194 • Secrets • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 195 • Untitled poem (“Grim, grim, grim the elephants were…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 196 • The Chinese Gong • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 197 • To Harold Preece, ca. early 1928 (“Salaam: / You’ll have to pardon me for not having…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, ca. early 1928 (“Salaam: / You’ll have to pardon me for not having…”))
  • 199 • To “Weird Tales”, ca. April 1928 (“Mr. Lovecraft’s latest story…”) • [Letters to Weird Tales] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter (Weird Tales, May 1928) 1928)
  • 200 • To Robert W. Gordon, postmarked May 14, 1928 (“Dear Mr. Gordon: / Many thanks for the letter…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Robert W. Gordon, postmarked May 14, 1928 (“Dear Mr. Gordon: / Many thanks for the letter, also the paper…”) 1998)
  • 202 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1928 (“Salaam: / So Klatt has gone West…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. May 1928 (“Salaam: / So Klatt has gone West…”) 1989)
  • 204 • The Rump of Swift • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 204 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. June 1928 (“Salaam; / Ho, ho, the long lights lift…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. June 1928 (“Salaam; / Ho, ho, the long lights lift amain…”))
  • 206 • A Young Wife’s Tale • (1987) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 207 • Lesbia • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 208 • A Roman Lady • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 209 • Untitled poem (“They matched me up that night with a bird that was a fright…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 210 • Song of a Fugitive Bard • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 211 • Untitled poem (“A cringing woman’s lot is hard…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 212 • Nights to Both of Us Known • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 213 • To Harold Preece, ca. June 1928 (“Salaam: / No, I was not trying to catch flies…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, ca. June 1928 (“Salaam: / No, I was not trying to catch flies…”))
  • 215 •  Postcard to Harold Preece, postmarked June 4, 1928 • interior artwork by Robert E. Howard
  • 215 • Postcard to Harold Preece, postmarked June 4, 1928 (drawing) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • (1971) • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 216 • To “The Fort Worth Record”, ca. July 1928 (“Tunney can’t win. After the fight…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Ft. Worth Star Telegram Newspaper (“Tunney can’t win. After the fight…”) 1928)
  • 216 • To “The Brownwood Bulletin”, July 18, 1928 (“Arthur ‘Kid’ Dula is due to be…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Dula Due to Be Champion 1928)
  • 218 • A Warning to Orthodoxy • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 218 •  Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1928 (“Salaam: / A Warning to Orthodoxy…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1928 (“Salaam: / A Warning to Orthodoxy / Frozen crust that a hoof…”))
  • 219 • To Harold Preece, ca. August 1928 (“Salaam: / Glad you enjoyed our reunion…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, circa September 1928 (“Salaam: / Glad you enjoyed our reunion…”) 1976)
  • 223 • To Harold Preece, postmarked September 5, 1928 (“Salaam: / Yes, I like the idea of Eldorado…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, postmarked September 5, 1928 (“Salaam: / Yes, I Iike the idea of Eldorado…”) 1967)
  • 226 • To Harold Preece, ca. September 1928 (“Salaam: / Tunney sure gave Heeney a tough beating…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, ca. September 1928 (“Salaam: / Tunney sure gave Heeney a tough…”))
  • 229 • To Harold Preece, postmarked September 23, 1928 (“Salaam: / The tang of winter is in the air…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, postmarked September 23, 1928 (“Salaam: / The tang of winter is in the air…”) 1989)
  • 233 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1928 (“Salaam: / I could have gone with you…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1928 (“Salaam: / I could have gone with you for dinner…”) 1989)
  • 235 • Untitled poem (“Long were the years, life-long…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of The Ecstasy of Desolation 1989)
  • 236 • To Harold Preece, received October 20, 1928 (“Salaam: / Your stationery is alright…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, received October 20, 1928 (“Salaam: / Your stationery is alright…”) 1976)
  • 239 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1928 (“Salaam: / The reason I’m sending ‘The Junto’ to you…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. October 1928 (“Salaam; / The reason I’m sending ‘The Junto’ to you…”))
  • 240 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Salaam: / Listen you goddamn so forth and so on…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Salaam: / Listen you goddamn so forth…”))
  • 241 • A Song of the Anchor Chain • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 243 • The Ballad of Abe Slickemmore • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 243 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Salaam: / I’ll swear you’re the only galoot…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Salaam: / I’ll swear you’re the only galoot…”) 1989)
  • 244 • Song from an Ebony Heart • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 245 • Untitled Poem (“Swords glimmered up the pass…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 248 • Rebellion • (1929) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 248 • A Great Man Speaks • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 250 • Yodels of Good Sneer to the Pipple, Damn Them • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 251 • Untitled poem (“He clutched his penis tight…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 252 • Untitled poem (“Noah was my applesauce…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 253 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Salaam: / THIS IS A LETTER I STARTED…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 253 • Untitled poem (“Let me live as I was born to live…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 254 • Untitled poem (“Adam’s loins were mountains…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 255 • The Ballad of Monk Kickawhore • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 257 • A Ballad of Insanity • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 258 • Untitled poem (“I hate the man who tells me that I lied…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 258 • A Far Country • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 259 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Salaam: / I got such a laugh out of your parody…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Salaam: / I got such a laugh out of your parody…”))
  • 260 • Nancy Hawk – A Legend of Virginity • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 265 • Untitled poem (“Drawers that a girl strips down her thighs…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 265 • Untitled story (“Tumba Hooey was an ordinary…”) • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 267 • To a Nameless Woman • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 268 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Heh heh! At last I’ve sold…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November 1928 (“Heh heh! At last I’ve sold a story to…”) 1989)
  • 268 • Untitled poem (“Scarlet and gold are the stars…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 269 • Untitled poem (“Old Faro Bill was a man of might…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 269 • Untitled poem (“Rebel souls from the falling dark…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 270 • Untitled poem (“My heart is a silver drum tonight…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 270 • Untitled poem (“A Sappe ther wos and that a crumbe manne…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 271 • Untitled poem (“Now come the days of high…”) • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of A Fable for Critics)
  • 271 • Untitled poem (“Romona! Romona!…”) • (2002) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 271 • Untitled poem (“Sappho, the Grecian hills are gold…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 271 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November-December 1928 (“Salaam: / Heh heh! / Sappho, the Grecian hills…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. November-December 1928 (“Salaam: / Heh heh! / Sappho, the Grecian hills…”))
  • 274 • Untitled poem (“My brother he was an auctioneer…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 276 • Untitled poem (“I carved a woman…”) • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 276 • Untitled poem (“Out in front of Goldstein’s, over by the Loop…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 276 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. December 1928 (“Salaam: / Out in front of Goldstein’s…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. December 1928 (“Salaam: / Out in front of Goldstein’s, over by the loop…”))
  • 278 • An American • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 278 • The Deed beyond the Deed • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 279 • Untitled poem (“There’s an isle far away on the breast of the sea…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 280 • Untitled poem (“Stay not from me, that veil of dreams…”) • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of Shadow of Dreams 1929)
  • 281 • My Children • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 284 • Untitled poem (“The women come and…”) • (2002) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of The Slayer)
  • 285 • Untitled poem (“Silence falls on Mecca’s walls…”) • (1987) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of Silence Falls on Mecca’s Walls)
  • 285 • Untitled poem (“The chariots were chanting in the gloom…”) • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of The Last Words He Heard)
  • 286 • Untitled poem (“Flappers flicker and flap and flirt …”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 286 • Untitled poem (“Love is singing soft and low…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 286 • Untitled poem (“I hold all women are a gang of tramps… “) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 287 • To Harold Preece, ca. December 1928 (“Salaam: / You’re right; women are great actors…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, no date (“Salaam: / You’re right; women are great actors…”) 1976)
  • 292 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. late 1928 (“Salaam: / I’ll swear, if I’d laughed much more…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. late 1928 (“Salaam: / I’ll swear, if I’d laughed much more…”))
  • 293 • The People of the Winged Skulls • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 301 • Untitled poem (“Moonlight and shadows barred the land…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 305 • To “Weird Tales”, unmailed, ca. January 1929 (“…whatever to do with beetles…”) • [Letters to Weird Tales] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 306 • Ancient English Balladel • (1987) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 306 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1929 (“Salaam: / Ancient English Balladel…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1929 (“Salaam: / Ancient English Balladel by Redbriht Howarde…”))
  • 307 • Untitled poem (“At the Inn of the Gory Dagger, with nothing to win or lose…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 312 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1929 (“Salaam: / Last night the Sunday School…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1929 (“Salaam: / Last night the Sunday School class has a party…”) 1989)
  • 313 • The Case of the College Toilet • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 319 • Untitled poem (“And there were lethal women, flaming ice and fire…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 320 • Untitled poem (“The scent of cooking meat…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 320 • Untitled poem (“A haunting cadence fills the night with fierce longing…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 321 • Untitled poem (“Through the mists of silence there came…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 321 • The Mysteries • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 322 • Shadows (“A black moon nailed against a sullen dawn…”) • [The Black Dawn Sequence • 1] • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 322 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1929 (“Salaam: / Black Dawn…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1929 (“Salaam: / Black Dawn / 1. Shadows / A black moon…”))
  • 323 • Clouds • [The Black Dawn Sequence • 2] • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 323 • Shrines • [The Black Dawn Sequence • 3] • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 324 • Invocation • [The Black Dawn Sequence • 5] • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 324 • The Iron Harp (“They sell brown men for gold in Zanzibar…”) • [The Black Dawn Sequence • 4] • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 325 • The Path of the Strange Wanderers • (1989) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 326 • At the Bazaar • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 326 • Untitled story (“‘Hatrack!’ a voice came to me…”) • short story by Robert E. Howard
  • 327 • Untitled poem (“There was an old Dick whose name was Stiff…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 328 • Untitled poem (“By old Abie Goldstein’s pawnshop…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 329 • Bastards All! • (1987) • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 340 • Songs of Bastards • (1987) • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 352 • To a Roman Woman • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 352 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. early to mid 1929 (“Salaam: / Life is a yellow mist among…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. early to mid 1929 (“Salaam: / Life is a yellow mist among the stars…”))
  • 353 • Ivory in the Night • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 354 • To Harold Preece, c. March 1929 (“Salaam: / I’ve been very neglectful…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 357 • To “Argosy All-Story Weekly”, ca. Spring 1929 (“I was born in Texas about…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 357 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1929 (“Salaam: / The iron harp that Adam…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard
  • 357 • Untitled poem (“The iron harp that Adam christened…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 359 • To the Contented • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 359 • High Blue Halls • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 360 • An American Epic • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 361 • To “Thrills of the Jungle Magazine”, ca. June to late 1929 (“Editor Thrills of the Jungle Magazine…”) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to “Thrills of the Jungle” Magazine, no date (“Dear Sir: / I enclose herewith a short story manuscript Black Country…”) 1998)
  • 361 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. June 1929 (“Salaam: / I received an announcement from Chicago…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca June 1929 (“Salaam: / I received an announcement from Chicago…”) 1989)
  • 362 • Black Seas • (1987) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 362 • A Drammer: “Damn Yuh, Suh!” • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 364 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1929 (“Salaam: / The main reason I’m writing this letter…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1929 (“Salaam: / The main reason I’m writing this letter…”) 1989)
  • 365 • Irony • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 370 • To Harold Preece, ca. September 1929 (“Salaam: / I’ve been reading ‘Destiny Bay’…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, ca. September 1929 (“Salaam: / I’ve been reading ‘Destiny Bay’ and…”) 1989)
  • 373 • To Harold Preece, postmarked September 18, 1929 (“I don’t remember saying anything…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, postmarked September 18, 1929 (“I don’t remember saying anything…”) 1976)
  • 375 • To “Weird Tales”, ca. October 1929 (“I have just been reading the September…”) • [Letters to Weird Tales] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter (Weird Tales, November 1929) 1929)
  • 376 • To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca.late December 1929 (“Well: / Here I am doing business at the old stand…”) • [Letters to Tevis Clyde Smith] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. late December 1929 (“Well: / Here I am doing business at the old stand…”) 1989)
Publisher: REH Foundation Press
Year : June 2007
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Hardcover with dust jacket
Pages : xxi + 337
Cover : Jim & Ruth Keegan
Illustrations : None
ISFDB Howard Works

Notes

Limited edition of 300 copies.
Edited by Rob Roehm
Annotations by Rusty Burke
The letter on p. 72 is abridged; the complete letter is in Volume 3, p. 525.

The Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard Volume One: 1923-1929

The REH Foundation is proud to present The Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard. This three-volume, limited-edition series collects all the known letters written by REH. The collection includes dozens of previously unpublished letters and hundreds of poems.

This three-volume set collects more than 330 letters, from the early ones 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.

Each volume is printed in hardback with dust jacket, in a limited quantity of 300 copies, and are individually numbered. Cover design and artwork is by Jim & Ruth Keegan.

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