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.

Contents

  • ibc •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by A. J. Hanley (variant of Fantasy Crossroads #6 [12]) [as by Alan J. Hanley]
  • ibc • Ramblings (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by Mike Stearman
  • ifc •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Roy G. Krenkel
  • 1` •  Letter in response to de Camp (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by j. e. coplin [as by Jim Coplin]
  • 1 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by Michael Kellar
  • 1 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • [Letters: L. Sprague de Camp] • essay by L. Sprague de Camp
  • 1 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by A. J. Hanley [as by Alan J. Hanley]
  • 1 • Epistle Express (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • [Epistle Express] • essay by Jonathan Bacon
  • 3 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by j. e. coplin [as by Jim Coplin]
  • 4 •  William Morris Maps • interior artwork by William Morris
  • 6 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by Kevin Cook
  • 6 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by Wayne Warfield
  • 7 •  Letter in response to Beck (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by Michael Kellar
  • 7 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by C. C. Beck
  • 8 •  The Dark Isle • interior artwork by Broc Sears
  • 8 • The Dark Isle • (1939) • short story by Robert Bloch
  • 16 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Douglas Herring
  • 18 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 [2] • interior artwork by Douglas Herring
  • 18 • After-Notes on Robert Bloch • essay by uncredited
  • 19 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Clyde Caldwell
  • 20 • H. P. Lovecraft: Part2 Mosig vs de Camp Debate • essay by L. Sprague de Camp and Dirk W. Mosig [as by L. Sprague de Camp and Dirk Mosig]
  • 22 • Revue Rak • essay by uncredited
  • 22 •   Review: Guardians of the Gate by Jacquelyn Trimble and Louis Trimble • review by Wayne Warfield
  • 22 •   Review: The Year’s Best Horror Stories: Series III by Richard Davis • review by Michael Kellar
  • 23 •   Review: Cold Terror by R. Chetwynd-Hayes • review by Michael Kellar
  • 23 •   Review: The Dracula Tape by Fred Saberhagen • review by Michael Kellar
  • 24 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 [3] • interior artwork by Douglas Herring
  • 24 • Sonnet to Howard • poem by William A. Conder
  • 24 • The Bard of Auburn • poem by William A. Conder
  • 24 • To CAS • poem by Michael Fantina
  • 25 • The Gondarian Man • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
  • 26 • The Dragon-Troops • poem by Steve Eng [as by John Bredon]
  • 26 • Hope Empty of Meaning • (1971) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 26 • The Festival • poem by Steve Eng [as by John Bredon]
  • 27 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by John Adkins Richards
  • 28 • The Phantom Athlete • short story by Tevis Clyde Smith [as by Tevis C. Smith]
  • 29 •  The Phantom Athlete • interior artwork by Robert K. Oermann
  • 30 •  Richard Huber, Jr. Portfolio • interior artwork by Richard Huber (variant of Richard Huber Portfolio) [as by Richard Huber, Jr.]
  • 30 • Worms • poem by Steve Troyanovich
  • 30 •  Rachael & Kismet • interior artwork by Richard Huber [as by Richard Huber, Jr.]
  • 30 • Rachael & Kismet • poem by Deborah K. Raney [as by Deb Raney]
  • 35 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 (Weapons) • interior artwork by C. C. Beck
  • 35 • News • essay by uncredited
  • 36 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 [2] • interior artwork by Cliff Bird (variant of Fantasy Crossroads #6 [7]) [as by Cliff W. Bird]
  • 38 • Fantasy Crossroads #6 (Robert E. Howard’s Conan record jacket) • short fiction by Tim Conrad
  • 38 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Stephen Riley
  • 40 • Harlan’s World, Part Two • essay by Leslie Kay Swigart
  • 40 •  Letter (Fantasy Crossroads #6) • essay by Loay Hall
  • 41 •  Letter: Robert E. Howard to Harold Preece, no date (“Go manee jeea git…”) • [Letters to Harold Preece] • (1968) • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of Letter to Harold Preece, ca. February 1930 (“Go manee jeea git. / You’re a Kansan now…”) 1989)
  • 42 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Robert K. Oermann
  • 43 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Gene Day
  • 44 •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Randall Spurgin
  • bc •  Fantasy Crossroads #6 • interior artwork by Cliff Bird (variant of Fantasy Crossroads #6 [13]) [as by Cliff W. Bird]

Notes

Edited by Jonathan Bacon
Limited edition print run of 980 copies.
First appearance: “The Gondarian Man”

Stapled, individual pages, wraps.
“After-Note on Robert Bloch” lists stories he wrote that appeared in Weird Tales that have NOT been reprinted.
“Revue Rak” considers only books this issue.
“Harlan’s World” continues the report on the UCLA class taught by Harlan Ellison.
The review misspells Saberhagen’s work “The Dracula Tapes”

Publisher: Graceland College Comic Club
Year : November 1975
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Magazine
Pages : 44
Cover : Gene Day
Illustrations : Cliff W. Bird, Clyde Caldwell, Gene Day, Alan J. Hanley, Douglas Herring, Richard Huber Jr., Gil Kane, Tim Marion, Robert K. Oermann, John Adkins Richards, Stephen Riley, Broc Sears, Randall Spurgin, and Roy Krenkel.
Cover illustration by by Gene Day

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.

Tags: Alan J. Hanley / Broc Sears / C. C. Beck / Cliff W. Bird / Clyde Caldwell / Deborah K. Raney / Dirk Mosiq / Douglas Herring / Gil Kane / Harold Preece / Jim Coplin / John Adkins Richards / Kevin Cook / L. Sprague de Camp / Leslie Kay Swigart / Michael Fantina / Michael Kellar / Randall Spurgin / Richard Huber / Richard Huber Jr. / Robert Bloch / Robert E. Howard / Robert K. Oermann / Roy G. Krenkel / Stephen Riley / Steve Eng / Steve Troyanovich / Tevis Clyde Smith / Tim Conrad / Tim Marion / William A. Conder / William Morris