Cover photo is Harold Preece, a close friend of Howard, from the scrapbook of Lenore Preece.
Items authored by Robert E. Howard are facsimiles of typescripts.
Howard did not waste paper; the two pages of poems have text typed in the margins.

Contents

  • 2 •  Letter from the Board (The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter, Fall 2014) • essay by uncredited
  • 3 • Marchers of Valhalla — early draft • novelette by Robert E. Howard
  • 17 • A Day at the Office • essay by uncredited
  • 20 • The Voices Waken Memory • [Voices of the Night • 1] • (1934) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 20 • Babel • [Voices of the Night • 3] • (1935) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 20 • The Heart of the Sea’s Desire • (1957) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 20 • Laughter in the Gulfs • [Voices of the Night • 4] • (1957) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 21 • Laughter in the Gulfs [2] • [Voices of the Night • 4] • (1957) • poem by Robert E. Howard (variant of Laughter in the Gulfs)
  • 21 • Moon Shame • [Voices of the Night • 2] • (1957) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 21 • A Crown for a King • [Voices of the Night • 5] • (1976) • poem by Robert E. Howard
  • 21 • The Winds of the Sea • (2002) • poem by Robert E. Howard
Publisher : The Robert E. Howard Foundation
Year : Fall 2014 (mailed December 2014) 
Type: Newsletter/fanzine
Format : Periodical  (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 24
Cover : Photo of Harold Preece (Front)
Cover of SWORDS OF THE NORTH (Back)
Illustrations : None

Notes

Prepared for publication by Rob Roehm
Not available for individual sale. This newsletter was provided to Friends of REH and Legacy Circle members of the Robert E. Howard Foundation. It is a limited edition and all surplus copies will be destroyed at year’s end. 

Saddle stapled, wraps. 

The Robert E. Howard Foundation Newsletter v8 #3

Cover photo is Harold Preece, a close friend of Howard, from the scrapbook of Lenore Preece.
Items authored by Robert E. Howard are facsimiles of typescripts.
Howard did not waste paper; the two pages of poems have text typed in the margins.

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