A unique collection of voices, an amazing range of fiction and verse, all inspired by the great fantasy and adventure writer, Robert E. Howard (1906-1936), and written by the members of the Robert E. Howard United Press Association!
Featuring stories and poems by Charles Gramlich, James Reasoner, Rob Roehm, Barbara Barrett, Robert Weinberg, Christopher Fulbright, Frank Coffman, Jimmy Cheung, Patrick R. Berger, Danny Street, Angeline Hawkes, Amy Kerr, Mark Finn, David A. Hardy, Chris Gruber, Gary Romeo, Morgan Holmes, and Don Herron, with an introduction by Rusty Burke. It’s a veritable Who’s Who of Howard Heads!
Dreams in the Fire: Stories and Poems Inspired by Robert E. Howard is a benefit book created by members past and present of the Robert E. Howard United Press Association (REHupa). Proceeds from the sale of this book go to Project Pride for their continued upkeep and promotion of the Robert E. Howard House.
- Introduction by Rusty Burke
- “A Gathering of Ravens” by Charles Gramlich
- “The Rhymester of Ulm” by James Reasoner
- “The Word” by Rob Roehm
- “This Too Will Go Its Way” by Barbara Barrett
- “CSI: Kimmeria” by Robert Weinberg
- “Bloody Isle of the Kiyah-rahi” by Christopher Fulbright
- “Son of Song” by Frank Coffman
- “Avatar” by Jimmy Cheung
- “Belit’s Refrain” by Barbara Barrett
- “Now With Serpents He Wars” by Patrick R. Berger
- “Best to Let it Lie” by Danny Street
- “Two Dragons Blazing: A Tale of the Barbarian Kabar of El Hazzar” by Angeline Hawkes
- “The Nights’ Last Battle” by Amy Kerr
- “Sailor Tom Sharkey and the Phantom of the Gentlemen Farmer’s Commune” by Mark Finn
- “I Am a Martian Galley Slave!” by David A. Hardy
- “A Spirit on the Wind” by Frank Coffman
- “Dead River Revenge” by Chris Gruber
- “The Moon” by Barbara Barrett
- “No Other Gods” by Gary Romeo
- “A Meeting in the Bush” by Morgan Holmes
- “Blades of Hell” by Don Herron
- Afterword by Mark Finn
|Publisher :||Monkeyhaus Publishing|
|Year :||November 2011|
|Book No. :||None|
|Format :||Paperback (6 x 9 inches or 152 x 229 mm)|
|Cover :||Jim & Ruth Keegan|
Edited by Mark Finn and Chris Gruber. None of the stories feature any of Howard’s characters.
Available as print on demand from Lulu.com.