Archive for the ‘Merchandise’ Category

8
Dec

Coming Soon

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

21
Aug

Coming Attractions

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

It’s been a while since our website was updated, so I thought I’d better post something just so everyone knows that we’re still here. The Foundation’s Board of Directors (mostly Paul Herman) have been keeping busy sorting through Glenn Lord’s vast collection of Robert E. Howard material. Many previously unknown items have been discovered, including the drawing above, though nothing earth shattering (no previously unknown Conan novels). Foundation members can look forward to some great stuff in future Newsletters.

In other news, all pre-orders and orders for Adventures in Science Fantasy have been shipped and should have been received by now. With the exception of Collected Poetry, all of the volumes pictured as you scroll down the right side of the page are available for purchase. We’ve only got two or three copies of Collected Letters volume 1 left, so if anyone wants a complete set, they’d better act soon.

We’ve got lots of volumes in the works, including several volumes of Boxing Stories, Western Stories, and a collection of Howard’s autobiographical work (including the novel Post Oaks and Sand Roughs), but the book closest to publication is entitled Pirate Treasury. This will include the first book publication of the Malachi Grim version of “Blades of the Brotherhood” (our Legacy Circle members received a facsimile copy of this story in 2007). It will also include the world premiere of the incomplete, untitled story that begins “Help! Help! They’re murderin’ me!” This story is listed in The Last Celt but was not located until very recently, well after the publication of The Last of the Trunk. There are other goodies included as well, all items taken from Howard’s original typescripts or manuscripts. Contents listed below (subject to change):

Pirate Treasury

The Pirate (verse)
A Pirate Remembers (verse)
A Buccaneer Speaks (verse)
The Isle of Pirates Doom
A Song of the Anchor Chain (verse)
Blades of the Brotherhood
Buccaneer Treasure (verse)
Swords of the Red Brotherhood 
Flint’s Passing (verse)
Black Vulmea’s Vengeance
A Dying Pirate Speaks of Treasure (verse)

Miscellanea

List of Names (The Treasure of Henry Morgan)
The Treasure of Henry Morgan
Untitled, “So there I was . . .”
Untitled, “Help! Help! . . .”
Untitled Synopsis (The Shadow in the Well)
The Shadow in the Well—unfinished draft

Humor

A Pirut Story
Bill Boozy was a pirate bold (verse)
At the Inn of the Gory Dagger (verse)

12
Apr

Adventures in Science Fantasy

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

UPDATE: This collection is SOLD OUT!

The REH Foundation Press is proud to present Adventures in Science Fantasy, a collection of Robert E. Howard’s sort of science fiction stories. Michael A. Stackpole, author of Conan the Barbarian (the novelization of the recent film) and many other books, writes in his introduction:

Howard’s stories do not adhere to one definition of science fiction, which holds that science must be part of the solution of any problem. In fact, in most of these stories, the application of science is the genesis of the problem, and man’s heroic spirit is the solution.

This volume checks in at 298 pages, and will be printed in hardback with dust jacket, in a limited quantity of 300 copies, each individually numbered. Cover art by Mark Schultz; introduction by Michael A. Stackpole; and edited by Rob Roehm. The book is expected to ship by the end of April or early May.

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Contents

The Science Fiction of Robert E. Howard: Introduction by Michael A. Stackpole

Adventures in Science Fantasy

The Last Laugh
The Gondarian Man
The Supreme Moment
The People of the Black Coast
King of the Forgotten People
Almuric
The Challenge from Beyond

Miscellanea

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”)

10
Dec

Blood & Thunder Revised and Updated Edition

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

Update: The Collector’s Edition is SOLD OUT. A paperback print-on-demand version is now available.

Robert E. Howard (1906-1936) is credited with the creation of heroic fantasy or “sword and sorcery” fiction. His characters strode, larger than life, through the wood pulp pages of Weird Tales and other legendary magazines, where he was widely considered to be one of the modern masters of the genre. The author of over 600 stories, ranging from the humorous to the horrific, and over 700 poems, his brief but spectacular career was cut short when he took his own life at the age of 30.

And yet, in the decades that followed Howard’s death, his character Conan the Cimmerian gained popularity beyond the wildest scope of its creator, overshadowing all of his other works. Alongside the success of “Conan the Barbarian” was a neatly packaged, sound byte biography of a tortured young man, full of volcanic rages, playing at war inside his head, while the citizens in the small town of Cross Plains laughed at him behind his back—a man so undone by his circumstances and so strangely devoted to his mother that, on her deathbed, he pre-empted seeing her die by committing suicide.

In Blood and Thunder: The Life and Art of Robert E. Howard, author Mark Finn dispels many of those old, outdated myths that have grown up around Howard and his fictional creations. Armed with twenty-five years of research and a wealth of historical documents, Finn paints a very different picture from the one that millions of fans of Conan have been sold throughout the years.

Using quotes from Howard’s own letters, first-hand accounts, interviews, and meticulous research, Finn shows that Howard was, in fact, a product of his time and place in rural Texas, and that his legendary fiction was shaped by Texas history, folklore, and Howard’s incomparable imagination.

Now in this updated and expanded second edition, Blood and Thunder: The Life and Art of Robert E. Howard is more complete and up-to-date with new information discovered since the book was initially published in 2006, as well as more detailed examinations of some of Howard’s most famous and important characters and stories.

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Price

The new Blood & Thunder is $19 for REHF Premium members, $21.75 for Regular members and non-members (all prices in US dollars) plus shipping. (How to become a member? See here.)

Shipping (rates updated as of 10/14/09)

Lulu shipping options are

Domestic via USPS Priority, $9
Domestic via USPS Book Rate, $4
Canada via “Mail,” $6 or via Priority, $9
Australia via “Mail,” $8 or via “Express,” $21
Europe via “Mail,” $6 or via “Ground,” $12

Combined shipping of this book is only available with our other print-on-demand titles.

Insurance to any US location is $2 extra. For international shipments (including Canada), insurance is not available for 1st Class, but is automatically included in Global Priority. All books will be securely packed. REH FOUNDATION PRESS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS BY THE POST OFFICE. PURCHASE INSURANCE IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO TAKE THE RISK. Those wishing to ship via some other carrier (UPS, FedEx, etc.) will need to contact us at info@rehfoundation.org to make arrangements and determine costs.

Ordering and payment

To order, pay directly via PayPal to paypal@rehfpress.com, via check (personal or cashier’s) or money order sent to: The REH Foundation Press, PO Box 2641, Sugar Land, TX, 77478-2641. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE IN US DOLLARS. Be sure that all the necessary shipping information is included and accurate, and that the total price includes correct shipping and insurance (if wanted). NO FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS.

Books will not be shipped prior to checks clearing the bank. If you have any questions or comments regarding pricing or shipping, please contact us at info@rehfoundation.org.

13
Aug

Spicy Adventures

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

Back in 1983 Ace Books released She Devil, a collection of Robert E. Howard’s “Spicy” stories. Since then, that rare paperback has become increasingly expensive, with books in fine condition selling for $40 or more. Of the eight stories contained in the Ace collection, five were pulled from the pages of Spicy-Adventure Stories, a pulp magazine that specialized in such tales. According to Patrice Louinet, the typescripts that Howard sent to the magazine were “spicier” than they wanted, so an editor toned them down a bit. These unadulterated yarns have been unavailable to Howard fans and scholars—until now.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation is proud to present Spicy Adventures. Not only is this collection the first time many of these stories have appeared in hardback, it is the first time most have appeared with all the spice that Howard intended. Besides all of the complete tales, this volume contains a large miscellanea section with drafts and synopsizes that allow readers to glimpse Howard’s creative process.

The volume checks in at 211 pages, and will be printed in hardback with dust jacket, in a limited quantity of 200 copies, each individually numbered. Cover design and painting by Jim & Ruth Keegan; introduced and edited by Patrice Louinet, assisted by Rob Roehm. The book is expected to ship by the end of September.

Price

Spicy Adventures is $36 for REHF Premium members, $40 for Regular members and non-members (all prices in US dollars) plus shipping. (How to become a member? See here.)

Shipping (rates updated as of 10/14/09)

Shipping options are

Domestic via USPS Priority, $9
Domestic via USPS Book Rate, $3
Canada via Global Priority, $33
Australia via Global Priority, $46
Europe via Global Priority, $46

Purchasing more than one book? For combined shipping prices, click here.

Insurance to any US location is $2 extra. For international shipments (including Canada), insurance is not available for 1st Class, but is automatically included in Global Priority. All books will be securely packed. REH FOUNDATION PRESS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS BY THE POST OFFICE. PURCHASE INSURANCE IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO TAKE THE RISK. Those wishing to ship via some other carrier (UPS, FedEx, etc.) will need to contact us at info@rehfoundation.org to make arrangements and determine costs.

Ordering and payment

To order, pay directly via PayPal to paypal@rehfpress.com, via check (personal or cashier’s) or money order sent to: The REH Foundation Press, PO Box 2641, Sugar Land, TX, 77478-2641. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE IN US DOLLARS. Be sure that all the necessary shipping information is included and accurate, and that the total price includes correct shipping and insurance (if wanted). NO FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS.

Books will not be shipped prior to checks clearing the bank. If you have any questions or comments regarding pricing or shipping, please contact us at info@rehfoundation.org.

Numbering

If you desire a specific number, please notify us with your order, and we will do our best to accommodate your preference. Those not requesting specific numbers will receive lowest numbers available. Those wishing to obtain numbers to match other REHFP volumes they have purchased should let us know as soon as possible.

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Contents

Introduction by Patrice Louinet

Spicy Adventures

The Girl on the Hell Ship (aka “She Devil”)
Ship in Mutiny
Desert Blood
The Purple Heart of Erlik
The Dragon of Kao Tsu
Murderer’s Grog
Guns of Khartum
Daughters of Feud

Miscellanea

Untitled Synopsis (“John Gordon found himself in Samarkand”)
The Girl on the Hell Ship – draft
Untitled Synopsis (Ship in Mutiny)
Ship in Mutiny – draft
List of Characters (Desert Blood)
Untitled Synopsis (The Purple Heart of Erlik)
Untitled Synopsis (Daughters of Feud)

14
Jun

Now Available

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

 

The Robert E. Howard Foundation is proud to announce two new titles: School Days in the Post Oaks and The Collected Letters of Dr. Isaac M. Howard. These books are available in both hard and soft covers. Jackets designed by Jim & Ruth Keegan.

School Days in the Post Oaks is an anthology of newspapers articles covering Robert E. Howard’s life and times in the post oak country. The articles were pulled from community papers—Cross Plains Review, Brownwood Bulletin, Dallas Daily News, etc.—and school publications—The Tattler, The Progress, Daniel Baker Collegian, Yellow Jacket. These articles cover a range of activities: from Robert Howard’s graduation from Cross Plains High to his summer graduation from the Howard Payne Commercial School. They describe events that occurred both on campus and off; for example, Howard’s Brownwood High graduation is narrated in detail, even including the text of the commencement speech. Other articles describe what it was like to work for the Yellow Jacket, the overcrowding at BHS, the senior picnic, and more. Along the way, other Howardian personalities receive equal attention: Tevis Clyde Smith, Echla Laxson, Novalyne Price, C. S. Boyles and others.

This heaping helping of Howard’s “time and place” also includes all of Howard’s stories and poems from the above-named publications, including the recently found “Letter of a Chinese Student” and items whose authorship is uncertain. There’s even an index.

Hardbacks are $33 for Regular members and non-members; Premium members pay $30. Paperbacks are $20, or $18 for Premium members.

The Collected Letters of Doctor Isaac M. Howard is a lot more than the title implies. It begins with a “Prelude” section which contains letters to Robert E. Howard: items from August Derleth, C. L. Moore, Farnsworth Wright, Otis Kline, and others. Following a handful of newspaper articles describing Robert E. Howard’s death and funeral, Isaac Howard’s letters begin. These are interspersed with responding letters from Wright, Derleth, Kline, and E. Hoffmann Price, as well as other, related letters (in a letter from Kline to Carl Jacobi, it’s easy to see the myth-making of Howard’s suicide beginning). The sections with Isaac Howard’s letters end with a couple of newspaper articles announcing his death and a letter from Alla Ray Kuykendall which describes the doctor’s final moments.

As a post script, E. Hoffmann Price’s articles and letters regarding the Howards are included. Readers can eavesdrop on Price as he describes the contents of Howard’s fabled Trunk to August Derleth, and trace Price’s changing view on Two-Gun as Howard’s fame and popularity surpassed his own.

A “Miscellanea” sections concludes the volume, with a copy of Doctor Howard’s will, the Kline ledger and lists of stories and poems, letters from P. M. Kuykendall and Oscar J. Friend that detail a plan which could have altered the course of Howard publishing, and, finally, subject and title indexes.

This fat hardcover is $35 for non-members, $32 for members. The paperback is $25 for the public, or $22 for our members.

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Shipping (rates updated as of 12/14/10)

Lulu shipping options for one book are:

Domestic via USPS Book Rate, $5
Domestic via USPS Priority, $10
Canada via “Mail,” $9
Canada via Priority, $18
Europe via “Mail,” $7.50
Europe via Priority, $12

Combined shipping for both books:

Domestic orders, is $6.50 for Media Mail or $12.00 for Ground.

Canadian orders are $10.00 or $13.

Other orders should enquire about combined shipping here: info@rehfoundation.org.

Interested in adding another of our Lulu projects: The Wordbook, The Collected Drawings of Robert E. Howard, The Brownwood Connection, and “So Far the Poet . . .” Send an email to info@rehfoundation.org for rates.

Ordering and payment

To order, pay directly via PayPal to paypal@rehfpress.com, via check (personal or cashier’s) or money order sent to: The REH Foundation Press, PO Box 2641, Sugar Land, TX, 77478-2641. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE IN US DOLLARS. Be sure that all the necessary shipping information is included and accurate, and that the total price includes correct shipping and insurance (if wanted). NO FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS.

Non-members can order directly from our lulu storefront, here.

Books will not be shipped prior to checks clearing the bank. If you have any questions or comments regarding pricing or shipping, please contact us at info@rehfoundation.org.

22
May

Two New Titles to Debut at Howard Days

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

 

The wait is just about over. We’ve made arrangements with Project Pride to have both The Collected Letters of Doctor Isaac M. Howard and School Days: Cross Plains and Brownwood in the 1920s for sale at the Howard House gift shop during Howard Days. Supplies will be limited, but the books will be available to our members and through our Lulu store a few days after the event.

16
Dec

“So Far the Poet . . .”

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

Tevis Clyde Smith is one of the central figures in the biography of Robert E. Howard. The two met at Brownwood High School in 1923 and were soon writing stories together. When Howard returned to Cross Plains, the pair began exchanging letters and visiting each other’s homes. They both contributed to The Tattler, the Daniel Baker Collegian, and The Junto. Because Smith saved the letters Howard wrote to him, we have a much better picture of Howard the man than we might otherwise. In later years, Smith penned several biographical essays about his old friend and began work on a full-blown biography—sadly, never finished.

The Robert E. Howard Foundation is pleased to present “So Far the Poet . . .” and Other Writings, by Tevis Clyde Smith. This collection contains all of the known pieces that Smith wrote about Howard, contributed to Howard fan publications, or co-authored with Howard. It also contains many of the pieces Smith wrote while Howard was still alive, items from The Tattler, Daniel Baker Collegian, The Junto, Dallas Morning News (one including a reference to Howard), contributions to Truett Vinson’s Lone Scout publication, The Toreador, and the few surviving letters from Smith to Howard, several presented here for the first time. Snippets from Howard’s correspondence and quotes from Post Oaks and Sand Roughs, Howard’s semi-autobiographical novel,are provided to give context.

This is a print-on-demand book–not a numbered collector’s edition–with an Introduction by Rusty Burke, cover design by Jim Keegan, and edited by Rusty Burke and Rob Roehm.

Price

“So Far the Poet . . .” is available in both hard and soft covers. REHF Premium Members pay $18 (soft) or $30 (hard); Regular members and non-members pay $20 or $33 (all prices in US dollars). Shipping is extra. (How to become a member? See here.)

Shipping (rates updated as of 12/14/10)

Lulu shipping options are

Domestic via USPS Book Rate, $5
Domestic via USPS Priority, $10
Canada via “Mail,” $9
Canada via Priority, $18
Europe via “Mail,” $7.50
Europe via Priority, $12

Combined shipping is only available with our other print-on-demand titles: The Wordbook, The Collected Drawings of Robert E. Howard, and The Brownwood Connection. Send an email to info@rehfoundation.org for rates.

Ordering and payment

To order, pay directly via PayPal to paypal@rehfpress.com, via check (personal or cashier’s) or money order sent to: The REH Foundation Press, PO Box 2641, Sugar Land, TX, 77478-2641. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE IN US DOLLARS. Be sure that all the necessary shipping information is included and accurate, and that the total price includes correct shipping and insurance (if wanted). NO FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS.

Non-members can order directly from our lulu storefront, here.

Books will not be shipped prior to checks clearing the bank. If you have any questions or comments regarding pricing or shipping, please contact us at info@rehfoundation.org.

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Contents

Introduction: Tevis Clyde Smith, Jr. by Rusty Burke
The Golden Years: 1923 – 1932
Author’s Preface: “How the Stories Came to Be”
Lure of the North
Censors!
The Last Up
Under the Great Tiger (with REH)
Editorial
Mystery of the King’s Snuff Box
Letter to Robert E. Howard: August 2, 1923
Hoots Mon or A Hot Night in London
Christmas Wreathes
The Adventure of the Blond Snuff Dipper
Twenty Years of Sticking Plaster
This Oriental Bunk
De Soto
The Slumpback of Nota Dam
Why Wash Your Neck?
Jean’s Christmas
The Powers of Deduction
My Newspaper Life
The Half-Wit of Notre Blame
Cards of Fate
Diogenes of Today (with REH)
Comment on Tevis Clyde Smith
Noted Remarks of Un-noted Authors
Little Journeys to Homes of the Bunk
Hell
Letter to Robert E. Howard: Circa Fall 1925
Autumn Leaves
Memphis
A Note on Bob Howard
Gods in Arcady
Letter to Robert E. Howard: Circa Summer 1928
Hello!
Flashback
Heigho Among the Redmen
Comments in The Junto
Red Blades of Black Cathay (with REH)
Eighttoes Makes a Play (with REH)
Rough Love Pays
The Phantom Athlete
Hindu Evil
The Man Who Wanted to Forget Himself
Anne Gordon’s Earful
Fashions in Duels
Brooding Nature of Pioneers
Exchange of Letters: Circa March 1931 (REH and Smith)
Mysinger’s Black Gold
Horns to Remind Us
Letter to Robert E. Howard: March 23, 1932
Poetry
Incidents
Pristine
The Closed Door
Night Sky
Denouement
Ballade of Some Howard Heroes
Questions
Background to “Questions”
John Bourbon
Wulfdene
Trouble with Tezcatlipoca
On an Ancient Shore
What Robert Howard Said One Wednesday Night
Paganini
Regarding Robert E. Howard
Adventurer in Pulp
A Friend of Long Ago
Report on a Writing Man
Conversation on the Bridge
Foreword to The Shadow of the Hun
Introduction to The Grim Land
The Devil’s Woodchopper (with REH)
The Magic Name
New Book Released
Excerpts from “Texas Giant Heads for Silver Screen”
In Regard to this Book and this Author
“So Far the Poet . . .”

28
Nov

Now Accepting Pre-Orders

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

The REH Foundation Press is now taking pre-orders for Tales of Weird Menace and Steve Harrison’s Casebook.

Tales of Weird Menace collects Howard’s Weird Menace and Yellow Peril yarns, many of which have never seen book publication in the U.S. It includes a hefty “Miscellanea” section featuring hard-to-find fragments and synopses. This volume is 473 pages, plus introductory material.

Steve Harrison’s Casebook collects all of the known stories and fragments starring Howard’s hard-boiled hero. A never-before published draft of “Graveyard Rats” is also included. This volume is 296 pages, plus introductory material.

Each volume will be printed in hardback with dust jacket, in a limited quantity of 150 copies, each individually numbered. Cover designs and paintings by Jim & Ruth Keegan; introductions by Don Herron; and edited by Rob Roehm. These books are expected to ship by the end of January.

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Prices

Tales of Weird Menace is $45 for REHF Members, $50 for non-members (all prices in US dollars) plus shipping. (How to become a member? See here.)

Steve Harrison’s Casebook is $36 for REHF Members, $40 for non-members (all prices in US dollars) plus shipping. (How to become a member? See here.)

Shipping

Shipping options for a single volume:

Domestic via USPS Priority, $9
Domestic via USPS Book Rate, $3
Canada via Global Priority, $23
Australia via Global Priority, $33
Europe via Global Priority, $33

Combined shipping for both volumes:

Domestic via USPS Priority flat-rate box, $11.00
Domestic via USPS Book Rate, $3 per book (books will ship in separate boxes)
Canada/Mexico via Global Priority flat-rate box, $28
Europe/Australia via Global Priority flat-rate box, $44

Insurance to any U.S. location is $3 extra. For international shipments (including Canada), insurance is not available with 1st Class, but is automatically included in Global Priority. All books will be securely packed. REH FOUNDATION PRESS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS BY THE POST OFFICE. PURCHASE INSURANCE IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO TAKE THE RISK. Those wishing to ship via some other carrier (UPS, FedEx, etc.) will need to contact us at info@rehfoundation.org to make arrangements and determine costs.

Ordering and payment

To order, pay directly via PayPal to paypal@rehfpress.com, via check (personal or cashier’s) or money order sent to: The REH Foundation Press, PO Box 251242, Plano, TX 75025. ALL PAYMENTS MUST BE IN US DOLLARS. Be sure that all the necessary shipping information is included and accurate, and that the total price includes correct shipping and insurance (if wanted). NO FOREIGN MONEY ORDERS.

Books will not be shipped prior to checks clearing the bank. If you have any questions or comments regarding pricing or shipping, please contact us at info@rehfoundation.org.

Numbering

If you desire a specific number, please notify us with your order, and we will do our best to accommodate your preference. Those not requesting specific numbers will receive lowest numbers available. Those wishing to obtain numbers to match other REHFP volumes they have purchased should let us know as soon as possible.

Contents

Tales of Weird Menace

Introduction: Lines of Succession by Don Herron

Skull-Face
The Noseless Horror
The Brazen Peacock
Black John’s Vengeance (aka “Black Bear Bites”)
Talons in the Dark
The Hand of the Black Goddess
Sons of Hate
Moon of Zambebwei
Black Hound of Death
The Devils of Dark Lake
Guests of the Hoodoo Room
Black Wind Blowing
Miscellanea
The Red Stone
Untitled (“The night was damp. . .”)
The Ivory Camel
Yellow Laughter
The Story Thus Far . . .
Taverel Manor
The Jade God
The Return of the Sorcerer
Untitled Synopsis (“James Norris”)
Spectres in the Dark
The Spell of Damballah
Partial Synopsis (Sons of Hate)
Untitled Synopsis (The Devils of Dark Lake)
The House of Om (Synopsis)

Steve Harrison’s Casebook

Introduction: Hard-Boiled in Texas by Don Herron

Lord of the Dead
The People of the Serpent
The Teeth of Doom
The Black Moon
The Voice of Death
The House of Suspicion
Names in the Black Book
The Silver Heel
Graveyard Rats
Miscellanea
The Mystery of Tannernoe Lodge
Untitled synopsis (“Steve Harrison received a wire. . .”)
The Silver Heel (synopsis)
Graveyard Rats (draft)

17
Oct

Pre-Orders Coming Soon

   Posted by: Rob Roehm

If everything goes as planned, we’ll be sending Tales of Weird Menace and Steve Harrison’s Casebook to the printer within a week. Don Herron is putting the finishing touches on his introductions, and Jim & Ruth Keegan are completing the second cover. Once the printer has the books, we’ll start accepting pre-orders. In the meantime, we thought you’d all enjoy a sneak peak at the first cover (above), also by Jim & Ruth Keegan.

Tales of Weird Menace

Skull-Face
The Noseless Horror
The Brazen Peacock
Black John’s Vengeance (aka The Black Bear Bites)
Talons in the Dark
The Hand of the Black Goddess
Sons of Hate
Moon of Zambebwei
Black Hound of Death
The Devils of Dark Lake
Guests of the Hoodoo Room
Black Wind Blowing
     Miscellanea
The Red Stone 
Untitled (“The night was damp. . .”)
The Ivory Camel
Yellow Laughter
The Story Thus Far . . .
Taverel Manor 
The Jade God
The Return of the Sorcerer
Untitled Synopsis (“James Norris”)
Spectres in the Dark
The Spell of Damballah
Partial Synopsis (Sons of Hate)
Untitled Synopsis (The Devils of Dark Lake)
The House of Om (Synopsis)

Steve Harrison’s Casebook

Lord of the Dead
People of the Serpent (aka Fangs of Gold)
Teeth of Doom (aka The Tomb’s Secret)
The Black Moon
The Voice of Death
The House of Suspicion
Names in the Black Book
The Silver Heel
Graveyard Rats
     Miscellanea
The Mystery of Tannernoe Lodge
Untitled synopsis (“Steve Harrison received a wire. . .”)
The Silver Heel (synopsis)
Graveyard Rats (draft)