A fanzine or periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon from 1977. Issue 12 contains nothing directly by Howard but a round-robin tale based upon a Robert E. Howard fragment. The cover pictures Conan even though it looks more like Tarzan.

Contents

  • ifc •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 (Karl Edward Wagner’s Kane) • interior artwork by Paul Schliesser
  • ibc •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 (Xaltotun Rises) • interior artwork by Cliff Bird [as by Clifford Wm. Bird]
  • 1 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 (Balik & Shelomar) • interior artwork by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 2 • Who Make Their Beds in the Deep Waters • poem by William Hope Hodgson
  • 2 •  Who Make Their Bed in the Deep Waters • interior artwork by John Stewart
  • 3 • Ramblings • essay by Jonathan Bacon
  • 3 •  Ramblings • interior artwork by Stephen Riley
  • 3 •   Review: Night Images by Robert E. Howard • review by Jonathan Bacon
  • 5 • Genseric’s Fifth-Born Son, A Round-Robin Tale Based Upon a Robert E. Howard Fragment • essay by Jonathan Bacon
  • 6 • The Ice Woman’s Prophecy (Part 4 of 17) • short fiction by Richard L. Tierney
  • 7 •  The Ice Woman’s Prophecy (Part 4 of 17) • interior artwork by Gene Day
  • 9 • The Nemedians (Part 5 of 17) • short fiction by Michael Moorcock
  • 10 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 (Macha, queen of Ireland) • interior artwork by Jim Fitzpatrick
  • 12 • Betrayal in Belverus (Part 6 of 17) • short fiction by Charles R. Saunders
  • 14 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 • interior artwork by Stephen Fabian
  • 18 • Requiem for Summer • poem by Harold Preece
  • 18 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 (John Carter Battles a Thark) • interior artwork by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 19 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 (Tarzan & Jane) • interior artwork by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 20 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 [2] • interior artwork by Clyde Caldwell
  • 21 • Of Swords & Sorcery 4 • short fiction by Paul C. Allen
  • 21 •  Of Swords & Sorcery 4 (logo) • interior artwork by Stephen Riley
  • 21 • Of Swords & Sorcery 4: The Witch World Novels of Andre Norton • essay by Paul C. Allen
  • 22 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 [3] • interior artwork by Bruce Stuart Conklin [as by Bruce Conklin]
  • 25 • Of Swords & Sorcery 4: Jirel of Joiry by C. L. Moore • essay by Paul C. Allen
  • 26 •   Review: Day of the Giants by Lester del Rey • review by Paul C. Allen
  • 27 •   Review: The Deep by John Crowley • review by Paul C. Allen
  • 28 •  Broken Hills and Diamond Valleys: Solving the Mysteries of Tarzan and the Golden Lion • interior artwork by John Charette
  • 29 • Broken Hills and Diamond Valleys: Solving the Mysteries of Tarzan and the Golden Lion • essay by Charles R. Saunders
  • 32 • On an Ancient Shore • (1977) • poem by Tevis Clyde Smith
  • 33 • The Silver Ape • short story by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 33 •  The Silver Ape • interior artwork by Michael Allen Call
  • 34 •  The Silver Ape (map) • interior artwork by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 40 • The Victor • poem by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 40 • The Toad • poem by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 41 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 (Thunda) • interior artwork by Cliff Bird [as by C. W. Bird]
  • 42 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 [4] • interior artwork by Bill Black [as by William Black (I)]
  • 43 • Mailing Comments • short fiction by Jonathan Bacon
  • 43 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #12) • essay by Paul C. Allen
  • 43 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #12) • [Letters: L. Sprague de Camp] • essay by L. Sprague de Camp
  • 43 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #12) • essay by Andrew J. Offutt [as by Andy Offutt]
  • 44 •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 [5] • interior artwork by William McMurtray
  • bc •  Fantasy Crossroads #12 [6] • interior artwork by Jeff Easley

Notes

Whole number 12.
Saddle stapled, wraps. Page numbers do not include covers.
Cover illustration is “Conan”.

Publisher: Stygian Isle Press
Year : November 1977
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Periodical  (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 48
Cover : Conan by Cliff W. Bird
Illustrations : See contents

Fantasy Crossroads #12

A fanzine or periodical edited by Jonathan Bacon from 1977. Issue 12 contains nothing directly by Howard but a round-robin tale based upon a Robert E. Howard fragment. The cover pictures Conan even though it looks more like Tarzan.

Tags: Andrew J. Offut / Bruce Stuart Conklin / C. L. Moore / Charles R. Saunders / Cliff W. Bird / Clyde Caldwell / Gene Day / Harold Preece / Jeff Easley / John Stewart / Jonathan Bacon / L. Sprague de Camp / Michael Moorcock / Paul C. Allen / Paul Schliesser / Richard L. Tierney / Robert E. Howard / Stephen Fabian / Stephen Riley / Tim Fitzpatrick / William Hope Hodgson