Glenn Lord published some REH collections on his own, such as the periodical The Howard Collector #1–19. In The Howard Collector, from 1961 to 1973, Lord featured previously unpublished (or very rare) pieces by Howard, letters by REH and those who knew him, indices of poems and stories, reprints of articles related to Howard, and news about upcoming publications and other events.
This is the number 18 from autumn 1973.
- 2 • Editorial Notes (The Howard Collector V3n6, Autumn 1973) • essay by Glenn Lord
- 4 • Spanish Gold on Devil Horse, Part II • novelette by Robert E. Howard (variant of Spanish Gold on Devil Horse 1972)
- 40 • Perhaps for Howard • poem by W. Fraser Sandercombe
- 41 • Letter: Robet E. Howard to R. H. Barlow, dated June 1, 1934 (“Dear Mr. Barlow: / Concerning the illustrations you mentioned…”) • [Letters to R. H. Barlow] • essay by Robert E. Howard
- 42 • Letter: Robert E. Howard to R. H. Barlow, dated June 14, 1934 (“Dear Mr. Barlow: / If I ever decide to dispose of…”) • [Letters to R. H. Barlow] • essay by Robert E. Howard
- 43 • Life (“They bruised my soul with a proverb…”) • poem by Robert E. Howard
- 44 • Arenjun • poem by Ed Lesko, Jr.
- 45 • Nameless Gods and Entities: Robert E. Howard’s Contributions to the Cthulhu Mythos • essay by Lin Carter
- 52 • The Legacy of Tubal-Cain • poem by Robert E. Howard
|Publisher :||Glenn Lord|
|Year :||Autumn 1972|
|Format :||Periodical (5.5 x 9, saddle-stapled)|
Edited by Glenn Lord.
Limited to somewhere between 300-500 copies.