Hand-made chapbook with the first apperance of the poem ‘Black Dawn’.
Opening line: “A black moon nailed against a sullen dawn / The gods have said: “Life is a mystic shrine.” / Mohammed, Buddha, Moses, Satan, Thor! / They sell brown men for gold in Zanzibar / Break down the world and mold it once again!”.

Contents

  • [5] • Black Dawn • poem by Robert E. Howard

Notes

Hand-made, cloth stitched, wraps.
Cream colored pages, not numbered.
234 numbered copies.
Distributed in a white envelope with the title in red letters.

Publisher : Roy Squires
Year : 1972
Format : Chapbook ( 6 x 9.375 inches , cloth stitched)
Pages : 16
Cover : None
Illustrations : None
ISFDB Howard Works

 

Hand-made chapbook with the first apperance of the poem ‘Black Dawn’.
Opening line: “A black moon nailed against a sullen dawn / The gods have said: “Life is a mystic shrine.” / Mohammed, Buddha, Moses, Satan, Thor! / They sell brown men for gold in Zanzibar / Break down the world and mold it once again!”.

Tags: Robert E. Howard / Roy Squires