Chacal #2 contains ‘Daughter of Evil’ and ‘Palace of Bast’, two poems by Howard.

Chacal was a US slick-format small-press Magazine. 2 issues was published (Winter 1976, Spring 1977) . The title is French for jackal.Among the first quality Small-Press magazines, Chacal grew from REH: Lone Star Fictioneer, a fanzine devoted to Robert E Howard. The focus remained mostly on Sword and Sorcery, with stories by David C Smith and Karl Edward Wagner. 

Contents

  • ifc •  Chacal #2 (Mother Was A Lovely Beast) • interior artwork by Jim Steranko
  • ibc •  Chacal #2 • interior artwork by Clyde Caldwell
  • 2 • Editorials (Chacal #2) • essay by Pat Cadigan and Arnie Fenner
  • 3 • Cast & Credits (Chacal #2) • essay by uncredited
  • 4 • The Adventure of the Grinder’s Whistle • short story by Howard Waldrop [as by Sir Simon Malone and Howard Waldrop]
  • 4 •  The Adventure of the Grinder’s Whistle • interior artwork by Arnie Fenner and Randall Spurgin [as by Arnie Fenner and Randy Spurgin]
  • 8 • Raven’s Eyrie • [Kane] • novella by Karl Edward Wagner
  • 8 •  Raven’s Eyrie • interior artwork by Jeff Easley
  • 24 • Daughter of Evil • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 24 •  Daughter of Evil • interior artwork by Frank Frazetta
  • 25 •  Kirk’s Corner (“Hard Times”) • interior artwork by Tim Kirk
  • 26 • Celtia: A Folio • essay by Jim Fitzpatrick
  • 27 •  Tristan and Iseult • interior artwork by Jim Fitzpatrick
  • 28 •  Deirdre of the Sorrows • interior artwork by Jim Fitzpatrick
  • 29 •  Nuada of the Silver Arm • interior artwork by Jim Fitzpatrick
  • 30 • Last Chance for Angina Pectoris at Miss Sadie’s Saloon, Dry Gulch • short story by Pat Cadigan
  • 30 •  Last Chance for Angina Pectoris at Miss Sadie’s Saloon, Dry Gulch • interior artwork by Clyde Caldwell
  • 35 • Palace of Bast • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 35 •  Palace of Bast • interior artwork by Frank Frazetta
  • 36 •  Chacal #2 (centerfold) • interior artwork by J. Rutt
  • 38 • Interview: Manly Wellman • interview of Manly Wade Wellman • interview by uncredited
  • 38 •  Interview: Manly Wellman • interior artwork by Steven Utley
  • 42 • The Next to the Last Voyage of the Cuttle Sark • short story by Joseph F. Pumilia and Bill Wallace [as by M. M. Moamrath and Joe Pumilia and Bill Wallace]
  • 42 •  The Next to the Last Voyage of the Cuttle Sark • interior artwork by Vikki Marshall
  • 46 •  Letters (Chacal #2) • essay by uncredited
  • 46 •  Letters (Chacal #2) • interior artwork by Randall Spurgin [as by R. Spurgin]
  • 46.1 •  Letter (Chacal #2) • essay by Marty Ketchum
  • 46.2 •  Letter (Chacal #2) • essay by Wayne Warfield
  • 46.3 •  Letter (Chacal #2) • essay by Bob Barger [as by Robert P. Barger]
  • 47 •  Letter (Chacal #2) • essay by Ed O’Reilly
  • 48 • The End of Days (Part 2 of 2) • serial by David C. Smith [as by David Smith (pseudonym)]
  • 48 •  The End of Days (Part 2 of 2) • interior artwork by Stephen Fabian [as by Steve Fabian]
  • 49 •  The End of Days (Part 2 of 2) [2] • interior artwork by Stephen Fabian [as by Steve Fabian]
  • 59 • Reviews: Ariel #1 and Wizards • essay by Jim Kearney and Joseph Kenyon-Smithe
  • 59 •   Review: Ariel, A Fantasy Magazine, #1 by Thomas Durwood • review by Joseph Kenyon-Smithe
  • 60 • A Fevered Glimpse of Chaos: The Art of Phillipe Druillet • essay by Dave McFerran
  • 60 •  A Fevered Glimpse of Chaos: The Art of Phillipe Druillet • interior artwork by Philippe Druillet [as by Phillipe Druillet]
  • 66 • To 1966 • short story by Steven Utley
  • 66 •  To 1966 • interior artwork by Jim Pitts
  • 69 • Crosswinds (Chacal #2) • essay by Dave McFerran
  • bc •  Chacal #2 (Jirel Meets Magic) • interior artwork by Alicia Austin
Cover art by Jeff Easley

Notes

Volume 1, number 2.
Saddle stapled, wraps. Page numbers do not include covers.

“Arnie Fenner: Publisher/Editor” and “Pat Cadigan: Associate Editor” on ToC page.
Front cover is a scene from “Raven’s Eyrie”.
“The Adventures of the Grinder’s Whistle” is credited as written by Sir Simon Malone and edited by Howard Waldrop.

“The Next to the Last Voyage of the Cuttle Sark” is credited to M. M. Moamrath, a pseudonym for the “editors” Bill Wallace & Joe Pumilia.
The article on p. 60 incorrectly gives the artist’s name as “Phillipe Druillet”; the TOC correctly gives his name as “Philippe Druillet”.

Publisher: Daemon Graphics
Year : Spring 1977
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Magazine (stapled, wraps)
Pages : 76 including covers
Cover : Jeff Easley (Front)Alicia Austin  (Back)
Illustrations : See notes
ISFDB Howard Works

Chacal #2

Chacal #2 contains ‘Daughter of Evil’ and ‘Palace of Bast’, two poems by Howard. Chacal was a US slick-format small-press Magazine. 2 issues was published (Winter 1976, Spring 1977) . The title is French for jackal.Among the first quality Small-Press magazines, Chacal grew from REH: Lone Star Fictioneer, a fanzine devoted to Robert E Howard. The focus remained mostly on Sword and Sorcery, with stories by David C Smith and Karl Edward Wagner. 

Tags: Alicia Austin / Arnie Fenner / Bill Wallace / Bob Barger / Clyde Caldwell / Cuttle Sark / Dave McFerran / David C. Smith / Ed O'Reilly / Frank Frazetta / Howard Waldrop / J. Rutt / Jeff Easley / Jim Fitzpatrick / Jim Kearney / Joseph F. Pumilia / Joseph Kenyon-Smithe / Karl Edward Wagner / Manly Wade Wellman / Marty Ketchum / Pat Cadigan / Phillipe Druillet / Randall Spurgin / Robert E. Howard / Stephen Fabian / Steven Utley / Vikki Marshall / Wayne Warfield