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Coffman Street: Poems for Robert E. Howard By Frank Coffman
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A recognized authority on the poetry of Robert E. Howard, Prof. Frank Coffman has compiled a collection of a dozen tributary poems that he has written FOR the famous creator of Conan the Cimmerian,... More > King Kull, Solomon Kane, Bran Mak Morn, El Borak, Breckenridge Elkins and others. By coincidence, the lane running past the Howard house in Cross Plains, Texas was COFFMAN STREET; hence, the title concept.< Less
Coffman Street: Poems for Robert E. Howard By Frank Coffman
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A recognized authority on the poetry of Robert E. Howard, Prof. Frank Coffman has compiled a collection of a dozen tributary poems that he has written FOR the famous creator of Conan the Cimmerian,... More > King Kull, Solomon Kane, Bran Mak Morn, El Borak, Breckenridge Elkins and others. By coincidence, the lane running past the Howard house in Cross Plains, Texas was COFFMAN STREET; hence, the title concept.< Less
ROBERT E. HOWARD, The Supreme Moment: A Biography By Francis DiPietro
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Robert Ervin Howard, author of hundreds of stories and poems, spent his days in what he perceived to be literary obscurity. He took his life on June 11, 1936 with little inkling that his works would... More > establish a vibrant new genre and become equal to the likes of JRR Tolkien. Now you are invited to share in this bold and perceptive retelling of a life made more remarkable by its brilliant spell of self-imposed brevity. The Supreme Moment presents compelling new theories and is packed with over 70 relevant period photos, including such gems as the 1927 Pageant of Pulchritude which Howard attended in Galveston (and what seems to be Howard himself in the background), as well as stories and images from Howard’s haunt of Brownwood, TX in the 1930s. Author of over 20 books, DiPietro's earlier Howard credentials include 1995's "The Orange Phoenix," a parody to the REH Conan tale "The Hour of the Dragon," and its sequel "The Death Scrolls," both available today in one volume as "The Phoenix & The Scrolls."< Less