Issue #2 of a fanzine about Robert E. Howard, featuring some fiction.
“Writer of the Dark” was edited by Thomas Kovacs.
“Red Mails” is letters to the editor.
“Cromwatch” lists publications of interest to REH fans.
- 3 • Editorial Comment (Cromlech #1) • essay by Marc Cerasini [as by Marc A. Cerasini]
- 4 • Howard’s Prototypes • essay by L. Sprague de Camp
- 17 • Robert E. Howard and the Southern Folk Tradition • essay by Pierre Comtois
- 32 • The Shadow in the Well (synopsis) • (1987) • short fiction by Robert E. Howard
- 34 • Review: Cthulhu: The Mythos and Kindred Horrors by Robert E. Howard • review by Stefan Dziemianowicz [as by Stefan R. Dziemianowicz]
- 35 • Review: Writer of the Dark by Robert E. Howard • review by Daniel Gobbett
- 37 • Review: One Who Walked Alone by Novalyne Price Ellis • review by Charles Hoffman
- 39 • Review: One Who Walked Alone by Novalyne Price Ellis • review by C. J. Henderson
- 44 • Red Mails • essay by Marc Cerasini [as by Marc A. Cerasini]
- 44 • Letter (Cromlech #2) • [Letters: L. Sprague de Camp] • essay by L. Sprague de Camp
- 45 • Letter (Cromlech #2) • essay by Rusty Burke
- 47 • Cromwatch (Cromlech #2) • essay by uncredited
- 48 • Guidelines for Contributions to “Cromlech” • essay by uncredited
|Publisher :||Marc A. Cerasini|
|Year :||Fall 1987|
|Cover :||Stephen E. Fabian|
Edited by Marc A. Cerasini
Marc A. Cerasini is the copyright holder for Cromlech #1
Cerasini is also the copyright holder for Cromlech #2, but Cromlech #2 was printed by Cryptic Publications.
The third (and final) issue of Cromlech was published by Cryptic Publications.
Subtitled “The Journal of Robert E. Howard Criticism”.
Saddle stapled, wraps. Page numbers do not include covers.
Cover illustration signed “SF”.