The issues of The Definitive Robert E. Howard Journal listed below are still in stock and available to order.


ISSUE 17/SUMMER 2014

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Contents include: “The Stones of Destiny” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Nathan Furman; “The Diabolical Blonde” by Rob Roehm, illustrated by Clayton Hinkle; “What the Thak?: Anthropological Oddities in Howard’s Works” by Jeffrey Shanks, illustrated by Clayton Hinkle; “Non Sequiturs Inside the Academy Gates” by Don Herron; “Robert E. Howard’s Heroes of the Desert: A Portfolio” by Bob Covington; “Robert E. Howard and Past Lives: Reincarnation, Dreams and Race Memories” by Barbara Barrett, illustrated by Richard Pace; “Apocalypse on the Liffey” by David Hardy, illustrated by Robert Sankner; “Ernest Hemingway, Robert E. Howard and Battling Siki: Typewriters and Fists” by Brian Leno, illustrated by Bill Cavalier Front cover: Scene from “Red Nails” by Michael L. Peters; inside front and back covers: scenes from “Spears of Clontarf” by Stephen Fabian and back cover: Skull-Face by Terry Pavlet. Limited Edition of 200 copies. Price: $25.00, US postage paid.

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 ISSUE 16/WINTER 2012

rsz_reh_two-gun_raconteur_16Contents include: “The Diablos Trail” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Jim Ordolis; “Miss High-Hat” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by David Burton; “All the Crowd” verse by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by David Houston; “When the Dam Breaks: Violence and Wild Water” by David Hardy, illustrated by Nathan Furman; “Introducing…in this Corner…Kid Socko” by Brian Leno, illustrated by Clayton Hinkle; “One Gent too Many on Bear Creek” by Patrice Louinet, illustrated by Joe Wehrle; “Rogues in the House: A Conan Portfolio” by Michael L. Peters; “Robert E. Howard and the Lone Scouts: The Birth of The Junto” by Rob Roehm, illustrated by Bill Cavalier; “Ace Jessel and the Ghost of Tom Molineaux” by Jeffrey Shanks, illustrated by Nathan Furman; “Victory Revisited” verse by Barbara Barrett and “Griots: A Sword and Soul Anthology: A Review” by Morgan Holmes. Full color Cormac Mac Art Cover by Terry Pavlet; inside front and back covers: scenes from “The Footfalls Within” by Bob Covington and back cover: The Sonora Kid by Richard Pace. Limited Edition of 200 copies. Price: $24.00, US postage paid.

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ISSUE 15/SUMMER 2011

Contents include: “Sailor Costigan and the Yellow Cobra” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Clayton Hinkle; “Gouged Eyes and Chawed Ears: The Rough-and-Tumble World of Breckinridge Elkins” by Jeffrey Shanks, illustrated by Robert Sankner; “Behind the Phenomenon” by Paul M. Sammon, illustrated by John Lucas; “Robert E: Howard and the Heroes of the Historicals: A Portfolio” by Nathan Furman; “Arrested Development: The Fanzines of Arnie Fenner & Byron Roark” by Lee A. Breakiron; “Top Notch, Street & Smith and F. Orlin Tremaine” by Morgan Holmes; “Atali, the Lady of Frozen Death” by Brian Leno, illustrated by Petri Hiltunen; “Miser’s Gold” verse by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by David Houston and “Walk on the Wildside: A Brace of Reviews” by Don Herron. Full color Bran Mak Morn cover by Michael L. Peters, inside front and back covers by Terry Pavlet and back cover by Jeff Stewart. Limited Edition of 200 copies. Price: $24.00, US postage paid.


ISSUE 14/SUMMER 2010

Contents include: “The Curly Wolf of Sawtooth” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Richard Pace; “The Old Time Radio Adventures of Sailor Steve Costigan” by Mark Finn, illustrated by John Lucas; “It Really Wasn’t a Game: El Borak and the Victorian Cold War” by Brian Leno;“From Bran Mak Morn to Beyond the Black River: The Evolution of the Picts in Robert E. Howard’s Fiction by Simon Sanahujas, illustrated by Bob Covington; “The Hills of the Dead: A Solomon Kane Portfolio” by Michael L. Peters; “The Monster in the Jungle: “Red Nails” and the Return of the Repressed” by David Hardy, illustrated by Didier Normand; “Unmasking “The Shadow Kingdom:” Kull and Howard as Outsiders” by Brian Murphy, illustrated by Bill Cavalier; Reviews of The Dark Man journal by Don Herron and Deuce Richardson. Full color El Borak cover by Michael L. Peters; inside front and back covers by Terry Pavlet and back cover by Robert Sankner. Limited Edition of 200 copies. Price: $23.00, US postage paid.


ISSUE 13/SUMMER 2009

Contents Include:“The Black Moon” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Robert Sankner; “Kingdoms of Clouds and Moonmist” by Brian Leno, illustrated by Bob Covington; “The Hyperboreans Re-imagined” by Morgan Holmes, illustrated by Richard Pace; “Kings of the Night: A Bran Mak Morn Portfolio” by Michael L. Peters; “The Skald and the King by Chris Green, illustrated by Bill Cavalier; “The Long and Winding Road: A Poetic History” by Rob Roehm, illustrated by David Burton; “’Sailor’ Steve Costigan: A Portfolio” by Clayton Hinkle; Verse by Frank Coffman and “The Mighty Revelator Passes: Tributes and Final Farewells to Steve Tompkins.” Full color King Kull cover by Nathan Furman; inside front and back covers by Joe Wehrle and a back cover by Bob Covington. Limited Edition of 250 copies.Price: $23.00, US postage paid.


ISSUE 12/SUMMER 2008

Contents include: “Fists of the Revolution” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Jim and Ruth Keegan; “Jim Tully and Robert E. Howard Beggars of Life” by Brian Leno, illustrated by Joe Wehrle; “The Robert E. Howard Medicine Wheel” by Mark Finn, illustrated by Bill Cavalier; “A Robert E. Howard Horror Portfolio” by Jim Ordolis; “Black Stranger, White Wolflord or Not Out of the Woods Yet” by Steve Tompkins, illustrated by Michael L. Peters; “Progeny of Conan” by Charles R. Saunders, illustrated by Timothy Truman and REH Book Reviews by Leon Nielsen and Rob Roehm. Full color Red Sonya cover by Michael L. Peters, inside front and back covers by Nathan Furman and a back cover by Timothy Truman. Limited Edition of 250 copies.Price: $23.00, US postage paid.