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Blood and Thunder: The Life and Art of Robert E. Howard By Mark Finn
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Updated and expanded version of the 2006 MonkeyBrain Press release, this expanded edition is the author's "director's cut" of the popular biography of Texas writer and creator of Conan the... More > Cimmerian, Robert E. Howard.< Less
Back to School By Robert E. Howard
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Even the creator of Conan the Cimmerian had to go school. This book collects all of the known, surviving items that were produced by Texas author Robert E. Howard for his high school teachers in... More > Cross Plains and Brownwood, including work for English, History, Geometry, and more. Most of the work contained in this volume has never before been published. NOTICE: The work is presented in facsimile and Howard’s handwriting can be difficult to decipher. REH Foundation members will want to order this item through our website to receive their 10% discount: www.rehfoundation.org.< Less
School Days in the Post Oaks By REHF Press
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An anthology of newspaper articles covering Robert E. Howard’s life and times in West Texas. The articles were pulled from community and school publications—The Tattler, Yellow Jacket,... More > etc. The articles cover a range of activities: from 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: Clyde Smith, Novalyne Price, 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.< Less
School Days in the Post Oaks By REHF Press
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An anthology of newspaper articles covering Robert E. Howard’s life and times in West Texas. The articles were pulled from community and school publications—The Tattler, Yellow Jacket,... More > etc. The articles cover a range of activities: from 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: Clyde Smith, Novalyne Price, 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.< Less
Collected Letters By Dr. Isaac M. Howard
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This volume collects not only Dr. Howard’s letters, but also responses to his letters (and letters to his son, Robert E. Howard) from some of the major players in fantasy fiction at the time:... More > August Derleth, C. L. Moore, Farnsworth Wright, Otis Adelbert Kline, and E. Hoffmann Price. It includes a lengthy Postscript section containing letters from E. Hoffmann Price discussing his acquisition of “The Trunk,” Robert E. Howard’s biography, his travels in Texas, and more. Also includes documents from the Kline Agency, Dr. Howard’s will, and other letters pertaining to the history of Howard publishing. Fully indexed.< Less
Collected Letters By Dr. Isaac M. Howard
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This volume collects not only Dr. Howard’s letters, but also responses to his letters (and letters to his son, Robert E. Howard) from some of the major players in fantasy fiction at the time:... More > August Derleth, C. L. Moore, Farnsworth Wright, Otis Adelbert Kline, and E. Hoffmann Price. It includes a lengthy Postscript section containing letters from E. Hoffmann Price discussing his acquisition of “The Trunk,” Robert E. Howard’s biography, his travels in Texas, and more. Also includes documents from the Kline Agency, Dr. Howard’s will, and other letters pertaining to the history of Howard publishing. Fully indexed.< Less
"So Far the Poet . . ." By Tevis Clyde Smith
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This collection was envisioned as a catch-all: Tevis Clyde Smith for the Robert E. Howard fan and scholar. It contains all of the known pieces that Smith wrote about Howard, contributed to Howard fan... More > publications, or co-authored with Howard. It also contains many of the pieces Smith wrote while Howard was still alive: items from The Tattler, The Junto, and other publications, as well as the few, never-before published letters from Smith to Howard.< Less
"So Far the Poet . . ." By Tevis Clyde Smith
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This collection was envisioned as a catch-all: Tevis Clyde Smith for the Robert E. Howard fan and scholar. It contains all of the known pieces that Smith wrote about Howard, contributed to Howard fan... More > publications, or co-authored with Howard. It also contains many of the pieces Smith wrote while Howard was still alive: items from The Tattler, The Junto, and other publications, as well as the few, never-before published letters from Smith to Howard.< Less
The Brownwood Connection By Rob Roehm
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Brownwood, Texas has changed a lot since Robert E. Howard's time, but traces of the 1920s and '30s can still be found, if you know where to look. THE BROWNWOOD CONNECTION explores Howard’s... More > relationship with the Texas town, from his high school days to his college experiences and beyond. Part biography, part travelogue, this volume explores the remnants of Howard's home-away-from-home with photos — both modern and period — as well as pictures and scans of pertinent documents: college catalogues, yearbooks, report cards and more. Also included are letters written to Howard from his mother, a section on Novalyne Price, items from the CROSS PLAINS REVIEW, and more. And if that wasn’t enough, THE BROWNWOOD CONNECTION also contains the most in-depth look at Howard’s experiences with the railroad ever published. Every known train ride is analyzed. This section also includes photos and scans of schedules, depots, and other pertinent data.< Less
The Collected Drawings of Robert E. Howard By Robert E. Howard
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Collected here for the first time are all of the known drawings by the creator of Conan the Cimmerian and a host of other characters, Robert E. Howard—comics, sketches, maps and... More > doodles—many presented here for the first time. Not only are all of the maps of Hyboria and drawings from his letters to friends included, but also all of the sketches that he drew in his high school text book, which was recently discovered in Cross Plains, Texas. Members of the Robert E. Howard Foundation should order through our website, www.rehfoundation.org, to receive their discount.< Less