Contains the Howard story ‘Hawks of Outremer’. First published in Oriental Stories (Spring 1931) after being accepted by that magazine in October 1930. “Outremer” (literally, “Oversea”) was how the Crusader states were often called. The story features Howard’s character Cormac Fitzgeoffrey.

Contents

  • 436 • Hawks of Outremer • non-genre • [Cormac FitzGeoffrey] • novelette by Robert E. Howard
  • 436 •  Hawks of Outremer • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 455 • Tado, Samurai • short story by Lieutenant Edgar Gardiner
  • 455 •  Tado, Samurai • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 463 • Hsun Hsu • poem by Frank Owen [as by Hung Long Tom]
  • 464 • Bibi Love • short story by Solon K. Stewart
  • 465 •  Bibi Love • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 474 • The Dragoman’s Secret • non-genre • [Hamed the Atar] • short story by Otis Adelbert Kline
  • 475 •  The Dragoman’s Secret • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 491 • Tsang, Sea Captain • [Tsang] • novella by James W. Bennett
  • 491 •  Tsang, Sea Captain • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 535 • This Example • short story by S. B. H. Hurst
  • 535 •  This Example • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 548 • The River That Stood Still • short story by Captain Ed Smith
  • 558 • The Fanatic • short story by Kobold Knight
  • 559 •  The Fanatic • interior artwork by Joseph Doolin
  • 565 • The Pearl Robber • short story by Frank Belknap Long [as by Frank Belknap Long, Jr.]
  • 569 • Let There Be Light! • poem by Adolphe de Castro
  • 570 • The Souk (Oriental Stories, April-May-June 1931) • essay by uncredited
  • 572 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, April-May-June 1931) • essay by Henry S. Whitehead
  • 574 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, April-May-June 1931) • essay by Clark Ashton Smith
  • 576 • The Mirror • poem by Frank Owen [as by Hung Long Tom]

Notes

Edited by Farnsworth Wright
“Hawks of Outremer” is illustrated by Joseph Doolin

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Publisher : Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year : Spring 1931
Replica by: Wildeside Press (March 2010), Fiction House Press (June 2018), Girasol Collectables (October 2005)
Format : Periodical (Pulp Magazine)
Pages : 144
Cover : Donald von Gelb
Illustrations : Joseph Doolin
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Oriental Stories Volume 1 number 4

Contains the Howard story ‘Hawks of Outremer’. First published in Oriental Stories (Spring 1931) after being accepted by that magazine in October 1930. “Outremer” (literally, “Oversea”) was how the Crusader states were often called. The story features Howard’s character Cormac Fitzgeoffrey.

Tags: Clark Ashton Smith / Cormac FitzGeoffrey / Otis Adelbert Kline / Pulp / Robert E. Howard / Weird Tales