Howard Works - my Robert E. Howard hardcover books

A list of all known hardcover books and which of these I own.

TitlePublisherCoverYearPagesEditionFormatISBNCover artIllustrationsContentMiscellaneaNotesCopies
0AlmuricPulpville Press

20061691stHardcover with dust jacketDavid BurtonDavid Burton

"Almuric"

Contains six full page illustrations by David Burton

0AlmuricLeonaur

20071601stHardcover978-1-84677-370-9Glynn Stavesnone

"Almuric"

1AlmuricDonald M. Grant

19752171stHardcover with dust jacketDavid IrelandDavid Ireland

"Almuric"

Eight interior full page black & white illustrations.

1The Adventures of Breckinridge Elkins Volume 2The REH Foundation Press

2016x plus 4141stHardcover with dust jacketRichard Bernalnone

"Make ’Em Laugh: Howard’s Humorous Westerns" by James Reasoner (Introduction)

Breckinridge Elkins
"A Gent from Bear Creek" (novel)

Bearfield Elston
"A Elston to the Rescue"

Buckner J. Grimes
"Knife River Prodigal"
"A Man-Eating Jeopard"
"Ring-Tailed Tornado"

Pike Bearfield
"A Gent from the Pecos"
"Gents on the Lynch"
"The Riot at Bucksnort"
"While the Smoke Rolled"

"West Is West"
"Mayhem and Taxes" (unfinished)
"The Peaceful Pilgrim"
Letter: March 1935 (Byrne to Cooper)
Untitled Synopsis ("Ring-Tailed Tornado")
To Jack Byrne, April 21, 1936, draft,
"My agent, O. A. Kline . . ."
"The Diablos Trail" (unfinished)
Untitled Synopsis ("A Gent from the Pecos")
Untitled Synopsis ("Gents on the Lynch")
Untitled Synopsis ("While the Smoke Rolled")

Edited by Paul Herman and Rob Roehm
First appearance:
Untitled Synopsis ("Ring-Tailed Tornado")
Untitled Synopsis ("A Gent from the Pecos")
Untitled Synopsis ("Gents on the Lynch")
Untitled Synopsis ("While the Smoke Rolled")
All the texts were obtained from Howard's typescripts or carbons with the following exceptions:
"West is West" from TATTLER, December 22, 1922
"A Elston to the Rescue" from STAR WESTERN, September 1936 where it appeared as "The Curly Wolf of Sawtooth"
Second in a series of two books.
Limited edition of 200 copies

1The Adventures of Breckinridge Elkins Volume 1The REH Foundation Press

2016xviii plus 3691stHardcover with dust jacketRichard Bernalnone

"Tickled Ribs and Slapped Knees: Robert E. Howard and Breckinridge Elkins" by Mark Finn (Introduction)
"Mountain Man"
"Guns of the Mountains"
"A Gent from Bear Creek"
"A Stranger in Grizzly Claw"
"The Road to Bear Creek"
"A Elkins Never Surrenders"
"War on Bear Creek"
"The Haunted Mountain"
"The Feud Buster"
"Cupid from Bear Creek"
"The Riot at Cougar Paw"
"The Apache Mountain War"
"Pilgrims to the Pecos"
"Pistol Politics"
"Evil Deeds at Red Cougar"
"Gents on the Rampage"
"Gents in Buckskin"
"Politics at Lonesome Lizard"
"Sharp's Gun Serenade"

"Six-Gun Interview"
"A Gent from Bear Creek" (draft)
untitled synopsis ("The Road to Bear Creek")
untitled synopsis ("Evil Deeds at Red Cougar")
untitled synopsis ("Gents on the Rampage")

Edited by Paul Herman and Rob Roehm
First appearance:
"A Gent from Bear Creek" (draft)
untitled synopsis ("The Road to Bear Creek")
untitled synopsis ("Evil Deeds at Red Cougar")
untitled synopsis ("The Road to Bear Creek")
All the texts were obtained from Howard's typescripts or carbons with the exception of "The Apache Mountain War" and "Sharpe's Gun Serenade" which were obtained from ACTION STORIES, December 1935 and January 1937, respectively.
First in a series of two books.
Limited edition of 200 copies

1Adventures in Science FantasyThe REH Foundation Press

2012xiv plus 2831stHardcover with dust jacketMark Schultznone"Introduction" by Michael A. Stackpole "The Last Laugh" "The Gondarian Man" "The Supreme Moment" "People of the Black Coast" "King of the Forgotten People" "Almuric" "The Challenge from Beyond" "A Twentieth-Century Rip Van Winkle" "The Iron Terror" "The Last Man" "The Last White Man" "A Room in London" "The Man Who Went Back" Untitled synopsis ("Hunwulf, an American . . .") Edited by Rob Roehm First printing limited to 200 copies. 200
0Always Comes EveningUnderwood-Miller

1977 Signed Limited Edition (Black leather)

1977 Trade Edition

19771101st signed lt. edition of 206 copiesHardcover with dust jacketKeiko NelsonKeiko Nelson

"Parody" (front end paper; print and holographic)
"The Song of Yar Ali Khan" (loose insert in the Signed Limited Edition and in a few trade editions)
"Introduction" by Glenn Lord
I. Poems from Weird Tales
"Fragment"
"Song of a Mad Minstrel"
"Remembrance"
"The Moor Ghost"
"Dead Man's Hate"
"The Ride of Falume"
"Arkham"
"Crete"
"Desert Dawn"
"The Riders of Babylon"
"Shadows on the Road"
"The Harp of Alfred"
"Moon Mockery"
"A Song out of Midian"
"The Ghost Kings"
"Forbidden Magic"
"Recompense"
"The Song of the Bats"
"Ships"
"The King and the Oak"
"Futility"
"Autumn"
"The Poets"
"Easter Island"
"Black Chant Imperial"
"An Open Window"
"Lines Written in the Realization"
"The Gates of Nineveh"
"The Hills of Kandahar"
"Which will Scarcely Be Understood"
'Sonnets out of Bedlam'
"The Soul Eater"
"The Dream and Shadow"
"The Last Hour"
"Haunting Columns"
"The Singer in the Mist"
Verse from the stories
from THE SCARLET CITADEL
from POOL OF THE BLACK ONE
from KINGS OF THE NIGHT
from RED BLADES OF BLACK CATHAY
from THE PHOENIX ON THE SWORD
from QUEEN OF THE BLACK COAST

II. Other Poems
"Always Comes Evening"
"Emancipation"
"Invective"
"Hymn of Hatred"
"Prince and Beggar"
"The Tempter"
"The Road of Azrael"
"A Song of the Don Cossacks"
"To a Woman"
"Retribution"
"Solomon Kane's Homecoming"
"Song at Midnight"
"One Who Comes at Eventide"
"Rune"
"Men of the Shadows"
"Song of the Pict"
"Chant of the White Beard"
"Nisapur"
"Babylon"
"Niflheim"
"The Gods of Easter Island"
"The Heart of the Sea's Desire"
'Voices of the Night'
"Voices Waken Memory"
"Moon Shame"
"Babel"
"Laughter in the Gulfs"
"A Crown for a King"

Contains a First Appearance
Based on the Arkham House Edition.
Adds the poems "Parody," "A Crown for a King," and "The Song of Yar Ali Khan."
New Introduction by Glenn Lord
Came out in two different dust jackets:
The original in 1977 by Keiko Nelson (a colorful stylized dragon) and a new one in 1980 designed by Mara Murray (black and white with red lettering, skulls piled on skulls).
The skulls dustjacket is a photo from the National Archive of ritually preserved skulls of an ancient sect of monks from the remains of a monestary near Mt. Sinai.
The Signed Limited Edition was limited to only 206 copies bound in full black leather with silver lettering on the spine and signed by the artist with her red-stamped emblem overlaying her signature on a plate laid down to the limitation page. The slip case is covered in black cloth.
"The Song of Yar Ali Khan" came as a loose insert in the Signed Limited Edition and in a few trade editions.
It is reproduced as a parchment replica of the original holographic version.
"Parody" is printed on the front endleaves, in both print and original holographic.
The Signed Limited Edition came with a anti-acidyfying care information sheet.

206
0Always Comes EveningUnderwood-Miller

1980 Trade Edition

19801101st trade edition of 2500 copiesHardcover with dust jacketKeiko NelsonKeiko Nelson

"Parody" (front end paper; print and holographic)
"The Song of Yar Ali Khan" (loose insert in the Signed Limited Edition and in a few trade editions)
"Introduction" by Glenn Lord
I. Poems from Weird Tales
"Fragment"
"Song of a Mad Minstrel"
"Remembrance"
"The Moor Ghost"
"Dead Man's Hate"
"The Ride of Falume"
"Arkham"
"Crete"
"Desert Dawn"
"The Riders of Babylon"
"Shadows on the Road"
"The Harp of Alfred"
"Moon Mockery"
"A Song out of Midian"
"The Ghost Kings"
"Forbidden Magic"
"Recompense"
"The Song of the Bats"
"Ships"
"The King and the Oak"
"Futility"
"Autumn"
"The Poets"
"Easter Island"
"Black Chant Imperial"
"An Open Window"
"Lines Written in the Realization"
"The Gates of Nineveh"
"The Hills of Kandahar"
"Which will Scarcely Be Understood"
'Sonnets out of Bedlam'
"The Soul Eater"
"The Dream and Shadow"
"The Last Hour"
"Haunting Columns"
"The Singer in the Mist"
Verse from the stories
from THE SCARLET CITADEL
from POOL OF THE BLACK ONE
from KINGS OF THE NIGHT
from RED BLADES OF BLACK CATHAY
from THE PHOENIX ON THE SWORD
from QUEEN OF THE BLACK COAST

II. Other Poems
"Always Comes Evening"
"Emancipation"
"Invective"
"Hymn of Hatred"
"Prince and Beggar"
"The Tempter"
"The Road of Azrael"
"A Song of the Don Cossacks"
"To a Woman"
"Retribution"
"Solomon Kane's Homecoming"
"Song at Midnight"
"One Who Comes at Eventide"
"Rune"
"Men of the Shadows"
"Song of the Pict"
"Chant of the White Beard"
"Nisapur"
"Babylon"
"Niflheim"
"The Gods of Easter Island"
"The Heart of the Sea's Desire"
'Voices of the Night'
"Voices Waken Memory"
"Moon Shame"
"Babel"
"Laughter in the Gulfs"
"A Crown for a King"

Contains a First Appearance
Based on the Arkham House Edition.
Adds the poems "Parody," "A Crown for a King," and "The Song of Yar Ali Khan."
New Introduction by Glenn Lord
Came out in two different dust jackets:
The original in 1977 by Keiko Nelson (a colorful stylized dragon) and a new one in 1980 designed by Mara Murray (black and white with red lettering, skulls piled on skulls).
The skulls dustjacket is a photo from the National Archive of ritually preserved skulls of an ancient sect of monks from the remains of a monestary near Mt. Sinai.
The Signed Limited Edition was limited to only 206 copies bound in full black leather with silver lettering on the spine and signed by the artist with her red-stamped emblem overlaying her signature on a plate laid down to the limitation page. The slip case is covered in black cloth.
"The Song of Yar Ali Khan" came as a loose insert in the Signed Limited Edition and in a few trade editions.
It is reproduced as a parchment replica of the original holographic version.
"Parody" is printed on the front endleaves, in both print and original holographic.
The Signed Limited Edition came with a anti-acidyfying care information sheet.

2500
0A Means to Freedom: The Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard Volume Two: 1933-1936Hippocampus Press

20094931stHardcover with dust jacket9780981488806David C. Verbanone

1933
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 6, 1933,
"I have just read your recent letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, April 23, 1933,
"I’m enclosing some of the latest views . . ."
Includes:
Untitled ("They were there, in the distance dreaming") (poem)
Untitled ("Under the grim San Saba hills") (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1933,
"Glad we got the physical-mental . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1933,
"I am sending on to you . . ."
To H. P. Lovecraft, dated July 9, 1933,
"Ruins of Fort McKavett . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September or October 1933,
"I was very sorry to hear . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, November 3, 1933,
"Glad you liked the rattles."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1933,
"I am so submerged in work. . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 3, 1933,
"Glad you found the cat article . . ."
1934
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1934,
"I enjoyed very much your account . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1934,
"I deeply appreciate your sympathetic expressions . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 24, 1934,
"Here’s a little item which might interest you . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. May 1934,
"Glad you’re having such a good time . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. June 1934,
"Glad you’re finding your stay in Florida . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1934,
"I started writing this months ago."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1934,
"Thanks very much for the post-cards."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1934,
"I read your account of your trip . . ."
1935
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1935,
"I have finally found time . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. May 1935,
"The reason I haven’t answered . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1935,
"Thanks very much for the fine postcard views . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, October 3, 1935,
"Here are some clippings . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 5, 1935,
"A rather belated reply . . ."
1936
To H.P. Lovecraft, February 11, 1936,
"Glad you enjoyed the dream write-up . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, partial draft of May 13 letter.
To H.P. Lovecraft, May 13, 1936,
"I am indeed sorry to hear . . ."
Appendix
"With a Set of Rattlesnake Rattles"
This is from an unidentified letter to HPL along with a set of rattlesnake rattles.
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. mid-October 1932,
"Here is the emblem of a lethal form of life . . ."
"The Beast from the Abyss"
Addendum (Second softcover edition only)
Quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the following REH letters:
To Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

Edited by S. T. Joshi, David E. Schultz, and Rusty Burke
Limited edition of 345 hardcover copies.
Limited first edition of 1000 trade paperback copies with sewn signatures and French flaps.
The second edition is perfect bound and Print On Demand. No French flaps.
The second volume of the 2nd edition is 2 pages longer because of the addition of an Addendum with quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the letters of Robert E. Howard.
There are Lovecraft quotes from:
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

345
0A Means to Freedom: The Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard Volume Two: 1933-1936Hippocampus Press

20114931stTrade paperback9780984480296David C. Verbanone

1933
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 6, 1933,
"I have just read your recent letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, April 23, 1933,
"I’m enclosing some of the latest views . . ."
Includes:
Untitled ("They were there, in the distance dreaming") (poem)
Untitled ("Under the grim San Saba hills") (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1933,
"Glad we got the physical-mental . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1933,
"I am sending on to you . . ."
To H. P. Lovecraft, dated July 9, 1933,
"Ruins of Fort McKavett . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September or October 1933,
"I was very sorry to hear . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, November 3, 1933,
"Glad you liked the rattles."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1933,
"I am so submerged in work. . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 3, 1933,
"Glad you found the cat article . . ."
1934
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1934,
"I enjoyed very much your account . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1934,
"I deeply appreciate your sympathetic expressions . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 24, 1934,
"Here’s a little item which might interest you . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. May 1934,
"Glad you’re having such a good time . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. June 1934,
"Glad you’re finding your stay in Florida . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1934,
"I started writing this months ago."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1934,
"Thanks very much for the post-cards."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1934,
"I read your account of your trip . . ."
1935
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1935,
"I have finally found time . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. May 1935,
"The reason I haven’t answered . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1935,
"Thanks very much for the fine postcard views . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, October 3, 1935,
"Here are some clippings . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 5, 1935,
"A rather belated reply . . ."
1936
To H.P. Lovecraft, February 11, 1936,
"Glad you enjoyed the dream write-up . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, partial draft of May 13 letter.
To H.P. Lovecraft, May 13, 1936,
"I am indeed sorry to hear . . ."
Appendix
"With a Set of Rattlesnake Rattles"
This is from an unidentified letter to HPL along with a set of rattlesnake rattles.
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. mid-October 1932,
"Here is the emblem of a lethal form of life . . ."
"The Beast from the Abyss"
Addendum (Second softcover edition only)
Quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the following REH letters:
To Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

Edited by S. T. Joshi, David E. Schultz, and Rusty Burke
Limited edition of 345 hardcover copies.
Limited first edition of 1000 trade paperback copies with sewn signatures and French flaps.
The second edition is perfect bound and Print On Demand. No French flaps.
The second volume of the 2nd edition is 2 pages longer because of the addition of an Addendum with quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the letters of Robert E. Howard.
There are Lovecraft quotes from:
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

1000
0A Means to Freedom: The Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard Volume Two: 1933-1936Hippocampus Press

20174932ndTrade paperback9780984480296David C. Verbanone

1933
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 6, 1933,
"I have just read your recent letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, April 23, 1933,
"I’m enclosing some of the latest views . . ."
Includes:
Untitled ("They were there, in the distance dreaming") (poem)
Untitled ("Under the grim San Saba hills") (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1933,
"Glad we got the physical-mental . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1933,
"I am sending on to you . . ."
To H. P. Lovecraft, dated July 9, 1933,
"Ruins of Fort McKavett . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September or October 1933,
"I was very sorry to hear . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, November 3, 1933,
"Glad you liked the rattles."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1933,
"I am so submerged in work. . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 3, 1933,
"Glad you found the cat article . . ."
1934
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1934,
"I enjoyed very much your account . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1934,
"I deeply appreciate your sympathetic expressions . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 24, 1934,
"Here’s a little item which might interest you . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. May 1934,
"Glad you’re having such a good time . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. June 1934,
"Glad you’re finding your stay in Florida . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1934,
"I started writing this months ago."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1934,
"Thanks very much for the post-cards."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1934,
"I read your account of your trip . . ."
1935
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1935,
"I have finally found time . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. May 1935,
"The reason I haven’t answered . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1935,
"Thanks very much for the fine postcard views . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, October 3, 1935,
"Here are some clippings . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 5, 1935,
"A rather belated reply . . ."
1936
To H.P. Lovecraft, February 11, 1936,
"Glad you enjoyed the dream write-up . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, partial draft of May 13 letter.
To H.P. Lovecraft, May 13, 1936,
"I am indeed sorry to hear . . ."
Appendix
"With a Set of Rattlesnake Rattles"
This is from an unidentified letter to HPL along with a set of rattlesnake rattles.
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. mid-October 1932,
"Here is the emblem of a lethal form of life . . ."
"The Beast from the Abyss"
Addendum (Second softcover edition only)
Quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the following REH letters:
To Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
To Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

Edited by S. T. Joshi, David E. Schultz, and Rusty Burke
Limited edition of 345 hardcover copies.
Limited first edition of 1000 trade paperback copies with sewn signatures and French flaps.
The second edition is perfect bound and Print On Demand. No French flaps.
The second volume of the 2nd edition is 2 pages longer because of the addition of an Addendum with quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the letters of Robert E. Howard.
There are Lovecraft quotes from:
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

print on demand
0Always Comes EveningArkham House

1957861stHardcover with dust jacketFrank Utpatelnone

Foreword by Glenn Lord
Introduction by Dale Hart
"Always Comes Evening" (poem)
"The Poets" (poem)
"The Singer in the Mist" (poem)
"Solomon Kane's Homecoming" (poem)
"Futility" (poem)
"The Song of the Bats" (poem)
"The Moor Ghost" (poem)
"Recompense" (poem)
"The Hills of Kandahar" (poem)
"Which Will Scarcely Be Understood" (poem)
"Haunting Columns" (poem)
"The Last Hour" (poem)
"Ships" (poem)
"The King and the Oak" (poem)
"The Riders of Babylon" (poem)
"Easter Island" (poem)
"Moon Mockery" (poem)
"Shadows on the Road" (poem)
"The Soul Eater" (poem)
"The Dream and the Shadow" (poem)
"The Ghost Kings" (poem)
"Desert Dawn" (poem)
"An Open Window" (poem)
"Song of a Mad Minstrel" (poem)
"The Gates of Nineveh" (poem)
"Fragment" (poem)
"The Harp of Alfred" (poem)
"Remembrance" (poem)
"Crete" (poem)
"Forbidden Magic" (poem)
"Black Chant Imperial" (poem)
"A Song out of Midian" (poem)
"Arkham" (poem)
"The Voices Waken Memory" (poem)
"Babel" (poem)
"Laughter in the Gulfs" (poem)
"Song at Midnight" (poem)
"The Ride of Falume" (poem)
"Autumn" (poem)
"Dead Man's Hate" (poem)
"One Who Comes at Eventide" (poem)
"To a Woman" (2, poem)
"Emancipation" (poem)
"Retribution" (poem)
"Chant of the White Beard" (poem)
"Rune" (poem)
"The Road of Azrael" (verse heading)
"Song of the Pict" (poem)
"Prince and Beggar" (poem)
"Hymn of Hatred" (poem)
"Invective" (poem)
"Men of the Shadows" (verse heading)
"Babylon" (poem)
"Niflheim" (poem)
"The Heart of the Sea's Desire" (poem)
"A Song of the Don Cossacks" (poem)
"The Gods of Easter Island" (poem)
"Nisapur" (poem)
"Moon Shame" (poem)
"The Tempter" (poem)
"Lines Written in the Realization" (poem)
Verse from the stories
"The Scarlet Citadel" (verse heading)
"Pool of the Black One" (verse heading)
"Kings of the Night" (verse heading)
"Red Blades of Black Cathay" (verse heading)
"The Phoenix on the Sword" (verse heading)
"Queen of the Black Coast" (verse heading)

Of the 636 copies printed, the first 536 were bound with the spines stamped in gilt with author's name and book's title along the spine in the European style – bottom to top. When this was discovered, the final 100 copies had their spines stamped in the American style – top to bottom.
Poems selected by Glenn Lord
First appearances:
"Emancipation"
"Retribution"
"Chant of the White Beard"
"Rune"
"Song of the Pict"
"Prince and Beggar"
"Hymn of Hatred"
"Invective"
"Babylon"
"Niflheim"
"The Heart of the Sea’s Desire"
"Laughter in the Gulfs"
"A Song of the Don Cossacks"
"The Gods of Easter Island"
"Nisapur"
"Moon Shame"
"The Road of Azrael"

636
0". . . and their memory was a bitter tree . . ."BlackBart Books

2008413 plus xiv1stLeatherbound edition with traycaseBromBrom, Frank Frazetta, George Barr

"Whispers of Immortality" by Arnie Fenner (Introduction)
"Queen of the Black Coast"
"Shadows in the Moonlight"
"A Witch Shall Be Born"
"The Devil in Iron"
"The People of the Black Circle"
"Shadows in Zamboula"
"Red Nails"
"Jewels of Gwahlur"
"Afterword" by H. P. Lovecraft
"The Singer in the Mist" (poem)
"Lines Written in the Realization That I Must Die" (poem)
"Recompense" (poem)

The Slipcased Edition is limited to 500 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes a second unpublished Brom color Conan painting for "Queen of the Black Coast".
The Leatherbound Edition is limited to 100 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes the unpublished Brom color Conan painting and an additional 8 pages of preliminary sketches by Brom, of Conan and Belit.
Hyborian Age end-paper map painted by George Barr
Edited by Tim Underwood
Book design by Arnie Fenner
BlackBart Books is a division of Underwood Books

The Slipcased Edition is limited to 500 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes a second unpublished Brom color Conan painting for "Queen of the Black Coast".
The Leatherbound Edition is limited to 100 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes the unpublished Brom color Conan painting and an additional 8 pages of preliminary sketches by Brom, of Conan and Belit.
Hyborian Age end-paper map painted by George Barr
Edited by Tim Underwood
Book design by Arnie Fenner
BlackBart Books is a division of Underwood Books

100
0A Means to Freedom: The Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard Volume One: 1930-1932Hippocampus Press

20095111stHardcover with dust jacket9780981488806David C. Verbanone

"Introduction" by The Editors
"A Note on This Edition"
Abbreviations
1930
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1, 1930,
"I am indeed highly honored to have received . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1930,
"Let me first thank you for the opportunity . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930,
"I envy you your sojourn to Quebec."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930,
"I am very glad that you enjoyed your visit . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1930,
"It is with greatest delight that I learn . . ."
Includes "Reuben’s Brethren" (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1930,
"As always, your letter proved highly . . ."
Includes "A Dream"
1931
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931,
"As always I found your recent letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931,
"This is rather a belated letter thanking you . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931,
"I highly appreciate your intention for me . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931,
"I'm writing this letter only some two hundred . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. June 1931,
"I didn't take much of a trip after all."
Includes "The Grim Land" (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, July 14, 1931,
"Just a line to congratulate you on . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1931,
"You must indeed have had a delightful journey . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"Thanks for the post-card views."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"I intended to answer your very interesting letter sooner . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"Many thanks for the opportunity . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 9, 1931,
"I would have answered your letter long ago . . ."
Includes "Arkham" (poem)
1932
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1932,
"Yes, I enjoyed the postcards very much."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1932,
"This isn't to flaunt my homely countenance, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 2, 1932,
"I'm finally getting around to replying to your letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. April 1932,
"At last I've gotten around to answering your most . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, May 24, 1932,
"Glad you liked the Oriental story, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, July 13, 1932,
"It is with the utmost humiliation that I begin this letter."
To H.P. Lovecraft, August 9, 1932,
"I am very sorry to hear of your recent bereavement."
To H.P. Lovecraft, September 22, 1932,
"I read, as always, your comments on . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1932,
"I hope you decide to collaborate on the proposed . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, November 2, 1932,
"I want to begin this letter by an apology."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1932,
"Here's a clipping that might be of some interest, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1932,
"Having read your latest letter with the greatest interest . . ."

Edited by S. T. Joshi, David E. Schultz, and Rusty Burke
Limited edition of 345 hardcover copies.
Limited first edition of 1000 trade paperback copies with sewn signatures and French flaps.
The second edition is perfect bound and Print On Demand. No French flaps.
The second volume of the 2nd edition is 2 pages longer because of the addition of an Addendum with quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the letters of Robert E. Howard.
There are Lovecraft quotes from:
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

345
0". . . and their memory was a bitter tree . . ."BlackBart Books

2008413 plus xiv1stHardcover with dust jacket9781599290225BromBrom, Frank Frazetta, George Barr

"Whispers of Immortality" by Arnie Fenner (Introduction)
"Queen of the Black Coast"
"Shadows in the Moonlight"
"A Witch Shall Be Born"
"The Devil in Iron"
"The People of the Black Circle"
"Shadows in Zamboula"
"Red Nails"
"Jewels of Gwahlur"
"Afterword" by H. P. Lovecraft
"The Singer in the Mist" (poem)
"Lines Written in the Realization That I Must Die" (poem)
"Recompense" (poem)

The Slipcased Edition is limited to 500 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes a second unpublished Brom color Conan painting for "Queen of the Black Coast".
The Leatherbound Edition is limited to 100 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes the unpublished Brom color Conan painting and an additional 8 pages of preliminary sketches by Brom, of Conan and Belit.
Hyborian Age end-paper map painted by George Barr
Edited by Tim Underwood
Book design by Arnie Fenner
BlackBart Books is a division of Underwood Books

The Slipcased Edition is limited to 500 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes a second unpublished Brom color Conan painting for "Queen of the Black Coast".
The Leatherbound Edition is limited to 100 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes the unpublished Brom color Conan painting and an additional 8 pages of preliminary sketches by Brom, of Conan and Belit.
Hyborian Age end-paper map painted by George Barr
Edited by Tim Underwood
Book design by Arnie Fenner
BlackBart Books is a division of Underwood Books

0A Means to Freedom: The Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard Volume One: 1930-1932Hippocampus Press

20115111stTrade paperback9780984480296David C. Verbanone

"Introduction" by The Editors
"A Note on This Edition"
Abbreviations
1930
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1, 1930,
"I am indeed highly honored to have received . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1930,
"Let me first thank you for the opportunity . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930,
"I envy you your sojourn to Quebec."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930,
"I am very glad that you enjoyed your visit . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1930,
"It is with greatest delight that I learn . . ."
Includes "Reuben’s Brethren" (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1930,
"As always, your letter proved highly . . ."
Includes "A Dream"
1931
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931,
"As always I found your recent letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931,
"This is rather a belated letter thanking you . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931,
"I highly appreciate your intention for me . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931,
"I'm writing this letter only some two hundred . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. June 1931,
"I didn't take much of a trip after all."
Includes "The Grim Land" (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, July 14, 1931,
"Just a line to congratulate you on . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1931,
"You must indeed have had a delightful journey . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"Thanks for the post-card views."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"I intended to answer your very interesting letter sooner . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"Many thanks for the opportunity . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 9, 1931,
"I would have answered your letter long ago . . ."
Includes "Arkham" (poem)
1932
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1932,
"Yes, I enjoyed the postcards very much."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1932,
"This isn't to flaunt my homely countenance, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 2, 1932,
"I'm finally getting around to replying to your letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. April 1932,
"At last I've gotten around to answering your most . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, May 24, 1932,
"Glad you liked the Oriental story, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, July 13, 1932,
"It is with the utmost humiliation that I begin this letter."
To H.P. Lovecraft, August 9, 1932,
"I am very sorry to hear of your recent bereavement."
To H.P. Lovecraft, September 22, 1932,
"I read, as always, your comments on . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1932,
"I hope you decide to collaborate on the proposed . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, November 2, 1932,
"I want to begin this letter by an apology."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1932,
"Here's a clipping that might be of some interest, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1932,
"Having read your latest letter with the greatest interest . . ."

Edited by S. T. Joshi, David E. Schultz, and Rusty Burke
Limited edition of 345 hardcover copies.
Limited first edition of 1000 trade paperback copies with sewn signatures and French flaps.
The second edition is perfect bound and Print On Demand. No French flaps.
The second volume of the 2nd edition is 2 pages longer because of the addition of an Addendum with quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the letters of Robert E. Howard.
There are Lovecraft quotes from:
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

1000
1". . . and their memory was a bitter tree . . ."BlackBart Books

2008413 plus xiv1stSlipcased hardcover with dust jacket9781599290232BromBrom, Frank Frazetta, George Barr

"Whispers of Immortality" by Arnie Fenner (Introduction)
"Queen of the Black Coast"
"Shadows in the Moonlight"
"A Witch Shall Be Born"
"The Devil in Iron"
"The People of the Black Circle"
"Shadows in Zamboula"
"Red Nails"
"Jewels of Gwahlur"
"Afterword" by H. P. Lovecraft
"The Singer in the Mist" (poem)
"Lines Written in the Realization That I Must Die" (poem)
"Recompense" (poem)

The Slipcased Edition is limited to 500 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes a second unpublished Brom color Conan painting for "Queen of the Black Coast".
The Leatherbound Edition is limited to 100 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes the unpublished Brom color Conan painting and an additional 8 pages of preliminary sketches by Brom, of Conan and Belit.
Hyborian Age end-paper map painted by George Barr
Edited by Tim Underwood
Book design by Arnie Fenner
BlackBart Books is a division of Underwood Books

The Slipcased Edition is limited to 500 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes a second unpublished Brom color Conan painting for "Queen of the Black Coast".
The Leatherbound Edition is limited to 100 signed (by Brom) and numbered copies. This edition includes the unpublished Brom color Conan painting and an additional 8 pages of preliminary sketches by Brom, of Conan and Belit.
Hyborian Age end-paper map painted by George Barr
Edited by Tim Underwood
Book design by Arnie Fenner
BlackBart Books is a division of Underwood Books

500
0The Barbaric TriumphWildside Press

20042001stHardcover with dust jacket0809515660Jason Castagnanone

"Introduction" by Don Herron
"A Voice from the Past: An Overture from December 1943" by Paul Spencer
"Conan the Existential" by Charles Hoffman
"Fists of Robert E. Howard" by Mark Finn
"The Shadow from a Soul on Fire: Robert E. Howard and Irrationalism" by Edward A. Waterman
"Heritage of Steel: Howard and the Frontier Myth" by Steven R. Trout
"Barbarism and Decadence" by Lauric Guillard
"Twilight of the Gods: Howard and the Volkstumbewegung" by Scott Conners
"Gigantic Gulfs of Eons: Kull, Conan, and Tyrant Time" by Steven Tompkins
"Lands of Dreams and Nightmares" by George Knight
"The Reign of Blood" by Leo Grin
"The Barbaric Triumph" by Don Herron

Edited by Don Herron

0A Means to Freedom: The Letters of H. P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard Volume One: 1930-1932Hippocampus Press

20175132ndTrade paperback9780984480296David C. Verbanone

"Introduction" by The Editors
"A Note on This Edition"
Abbreviations
1930
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. July 1, 1930,
"I am indeed highly honored to have received . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1930,
"Let me first thank you for the opportunity . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930,
"I envy you your sojourn to Quebec."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. September 1930,
"I am very glad that you enjoyed your visit . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1930,
"It is with greatest delight that I learn . . ."
Includes "Reuben’s Brethren" (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1930,
"As always, your letter proved highly . . ."
Includes "A Dream"
1931
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931,
"As always I found your recent letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1931,
"This is rather a belated letter thanking you . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931,
"I highly appreciate your intention for me . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1931,
"I'm writing this letter only some two hundred . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. June 1931,
"I didn't take much of a trip after all."
Includes "The Grim Land" (poem)
To H.P. Lovecraft, July 14, 1931,
"Just a line to congratulate you on . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. August 1931,
"You must indeed have had a delightful journey . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"Thanks for the post-card views."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"I intended to answer your very interesting letter sooner . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1931,
"Many thanks for the opportunity . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, December 9, 1931,
"I would have answered your letter long ago . . ."
Includes "Arkham" (poem)
1932
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. January 1932,
"Yes, I enjoyed the postcards very much."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. February 1932,
"This isn't to flaunt my homely countenance, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, March 2, 1932,
"I'm finally getting around to replying to your letter . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. April 1932,
"At last I've gotten around to answering your most . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, May 24, 1932,
"Glad you liked the Oriental story, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, July 13, 1932,
"It is with the utmost humiliation that I begin this letter."
To H.P. Lovecraft, August 9, 1932,
"I am very sorry to hear of your recent bereavement."
To H.P. Lovecraft, September 22, 1932,
"I read, as always, your comments on . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. October 1932,
"I hope you decide to collaborate on the proposed . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, November 2, 1932,
"I want to begin this letter by an apology."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. November 1932,
"Here's a clipping that might be of some interest, . . ."
To H.P. Lovecraft, ca. December 1932,
"Having read your latest letter with the greatest interest . . ."

Edited by S. T. Joshi, David E. Schultz, and Rusty Burke
Limited edition of 345 hardcover copies.
Limited first edition of 1000 trade paperback copies with sewn signatures and French flaps.
The second edition is perfect bound and Print On Demand. No French flaps.
The second volume of the 2nd edition is 2 pages longer because of the addition of an Addendum with quotations from Lovecraft's letters that appeared in the letters of Robert E. Howard.
There are Lovecraft quotes from:
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn: / I hope you’ll sell the duelling story."
REH to Tevis Clyde Smith, September 1930,
"Well, Fear Finn, me bauld braw Hieland bully . . ."

print on demand
0Beyond the Black River: The Weird Works of Robert E. Howard, Volume 7Wildside Press

20071901stHardcover with dust jacket9780809511372Stephen Fabiannone

"Barbarians and Indians: The American Frontier meets the Hyborian Frontier" by Damon C. Sasser
(Introduction)
"The Grisly Horror"
"Jewels of Gwahlur"
"Beyond the Black River"
"The Challenge from Beyond" (see notes)
"Shadows in Zamboula"

Edited by Paul Herman
Jacket design by John Betancourt
"The Challenge from Beyond" was written in round-robin fashion by five authors: C. L. Moore, A. Merritt, H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, and Frank Belknap Long, in that order. Italics indicate the beginning of each author’s section.