This issue does not contain a howard story, but there is a letter where he comments.

Contents

  • 292 • The Dragoman’s Confession • non-genre • [Hamed the Atar] • novella by Otis Adelbert Kline
  • 293 •  The Dragoman’s Confession • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 322 • Pirate Whelp • novella by Warren Hastings Miller
  • 323 •  Pirate Whelp • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 358 • The Twisted Three • novelette by S. B. H. Hurst
  • 359 •  The Twisted Three • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 386 • The Further Adventures of Ali Baba • short story by Allan Govan
  • 387 •  The Further Adventures of Ali Baba • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 395 • The Bend in the Road • short story by James W. Bennett
  • 395 •  The Bend in the Road • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 405 • The Black Adder • short story by Dorothy Quick
  • 405 •  The Black Adder • interior artwork by uncredited
  • 412 • The Hidden Monster • short story by David H. Keller, M.D. [as by David H. Keller]
  • 417 • A Battle Over the Tea-Cups • short story by August Derleth [as by August W. Derleth]
  • 420 • Jungle Twilight • poem by Clark Ashton Smith
  • 421 • Cobra Teeth • short story by M. Small
  • 425 •  The Souk • (1930) • interior artwork by Donald von Gelb
  • 425 • The Souk (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • essay by uncredited
  • 426 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • essay by Bruce Bryan
  • 428 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • [Letters to Oriental Stories / Magic Carpet Magazine] • essay by Robert E. Howard (variant of To “Oriental Stories”, ca. Spring 1932 (“Brundage did a fine job in the cover illustration…”) 2007)
  • 428 •  Letter (Oriental Stories, Summer 1932) • essay by E. Hoffmann Price [as by E. H. Price]
  • 430 • The Snare • short story by Arreph El-Khoury

Notes

Edited by Farnsworth Wright
Page numbers do not include covers. Page numbers are continuous through volume, this issue begins on p. 289.
“The Souk” is a combined editorial and letters to the editor.

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Publisher :Popular Fiction Publishing Company
Year :Summer 1932
Replica by:Wildeside Press (January 2008), Girasol Collectables (December 2006)
Format :Periodical (Pulp Magazine)
Pages :144
Cover :Margaret Brundage
Illustrations :Vincent Napoli
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Oriental Stories Volume 2 number 3

This issue does not contain a howard story, but there is a letter where he comments.

Tags: August Derleth / Clark Ashton Smith / E. Hoffmann Price / Pulp / Robert E. Howard