21
Mar
2014

Spears of Clontarf – draft

Posted by Rob Roehm in Merchandise   

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To help celebrate the 1,000-year anniversary of the historic Battle of Clontarf—and Robert E. Howard’s interest in it—the REH Foundation is offering a facsimile version of an early draft of “Spears of Clontarf.” Also included is Howard’s letter to publisher Harry Bates and an introduction by Rusty Burke. Printed and shipped from Lulu printing, the paperback book is 8.5 X 11, perfect bound, with 36 pages. Cover art by John Watkiss.


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It just dawned on me, (I’m a fool) what today is for the last day of The Cimmerian.A mmeont of arcane silence and no wonder I’ve been feeling the urge to read Howard all day long (more than usual)Though the feast may be over…the lamps will ne’er expire.

October 15th, 2015 at 10:43 pm

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  1. REH: Two-Gun Raconteur » Blog Archive » Nemedian Dispatches 2014 — No. 1    Mar 25 2014 / 9am:

    […] “Spears of Clontarf” Draft With the 1,000-year anniversary of the historic Battle of Clontarf coming next month, and Howard’s interest in it, the REH Foundation Press is publishing a facsimile version of an early draft of “Spears of Clontarf.” In addition to the typescript, this slim volume includes Howard’s letter to publisher Harry Bates and an introduction by Rusty Burke. Cover art by John Watkiss. Order details can be found here. […]

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