David C. Smith looks at all the major and/or significant tales from Howard’s Underwood. Starting with “Spear and Fang” and on up through Bob’s last yarns written in 1936. While every Howard fan has his own list of favorites and his own interpretations thereof, Smith does a solid job of identifying and explicating the standout stories from REH’s career.

Contents

  • ix • Foreword (Robert E. Howard: A Literary Biography) • essay by Rusty Burke
  • xiii • Preface (Robert E. Howard: A Literary Biography) • essay by David C. Smith
  • 203 • Afterword (Robert E. Howard: A Literary Biography) • essay by Fred C. Adams, Jr.
Publisher : Pulp Hero Press
Year : September 2018 (Trade paperback)  
October 2018 (eBook)
Book No.: ISBN-13: 9781683900979
ASIN: B07J1WVYVY
Format : Trade paperback (5.5 x 8.5 inches)
eBook (Kindle)
Pages : xxi plus 268
Cover art: None
Illustrations : None

Notes

Written by David C. Smith
Editor: Bob McLain
Kindle utilizes the mobi format.

“Afterword” is followed by “Notes”, “Bibliography” and “Index”.

David C. Smith looks at all the major and/or significant tales from Howard’s Underwood. Starting with “Spear and Fang” and on up through Bob’s last yarns written in 1936. While every Howard fan has his own list of favorites and his own interpretations thereof, Smith does a solid job of identifying and explicating the standout stories from REH’s career.

Tags: David C. Smith / Fred C. Adams / Jr. / Robert E. Howard / Rusty Burke