All the issues of the journal listed on this page are out of print, however copies do show up from time to time on eBay.


ISSUE 1/SPRING 1976


Contents include: “God’s Angry Man” by Damon C. Sasser; “The Annotated Solomon Kane” by Damon C. Sasser; “The Dark Man: A Portfolio” by James Bozarth; “An Astrological Look at Robert E. Howard” by Elaine Kuhns; “Robert E. Howard, Retrospectively” by Wayne Warfield; “An Experiment in Exploitation” by Byron L. Roark and “The Sense of Hideous Antiquity” by Bill Wallace. Limited Edition of 350 copies.


ISSUE 2/SUMMER 1976


Contents include: “Letter from Robert E. Howard to Clark Ashton Smith, dated March 15, 1933;” “A Fool and His Money Are Sooner Strangers” by El Diablo de Crom; “The Legendary Celts” by Wayne Warfield; “The Pool of the Black One: A Portfolio” by Ken Raney; “Scorpio Rising” by Elaine Kuhns; “Collecting Howardia” by Steve Smolins and “The Case of the Black Book” by John Stash and Damon C. Sasser. Bran Mak Morn cover by Gene Day; inside front and back covers by David Parsons and a back cover by Arnold Fenner, with other illustrations by John Jamilkowski and James Bozarth. Limited Edition of 500 copies.


ISSUE 3/WINTER 1976


Contents include: “The Devil’s Joker” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by David Parsons; “Robert E. Howard and the Ring” by Dennis McHaney, illustrated by Tom Foster; “The Moon of Skulls: A Portfolio” by Gene Day; “Conan v. Conantics” by Don Herron and “The Rare Ones” by Charles Melvin. Conan cover by Ken Raney; inside front and back covers by Don Herron and a back cover by Stephen Fabian, plus additional artwork by Arnold Fenner and John Jamilkowski. Limited Edition of 500 copies.


ISSUE 5/WINTER 2003


Contents include: “A Horror in the Night” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Don Herron; “The Sins of Our Tastes, the Sins of Our Trade” by Jessica Amanda Salmonson, illustrated by Jeff Easley; “El Dios Diabólico de Tlasceltec” by Damon C. Sasser, illustrated by Fred Bobb; “Almuric Folio” by Stephen Fabian; “Two Against the Post Office” by Keith Taylor; “Fists of Cross Plains” by Charles R. Saunders, illustrated by Gene Day and “Was Robert E. Howard a Hack?” by Darrell Schweitzer, illustrated by Greg Vander Leon. Conan Cover Stephen Fabian, inside front and back covers by Arnold Fenner and a back cover by Ken Raney. Limited Edition of 250 copies.


ISSUE 6/FALL 2004


Contents include: “Under the Baobab Tree” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Ken Raney; “The Vengeance Sword of the Norman-Gael” by Damon C. Sasser, illustrated by Bill Cavalier; “Red Nails: A Conan Portfolio” by Gene Day; “Dreams Darker than Night: Reflections on Drugs and Writing” by Karl Edward Wagner and “Sheathed in a Virgin’s Skin or the Desires of Man?: Booking Passage on the Mythos Train of Thought” by Benjamin Szumskyj, illustrated by Bill Cavalier. Solomon Kane cover by Charles Keegan, inside front and back covers by Stephen Fabian and a back cover by Gene Day. Limited Edition of 250 copies.


ISSUE 7/SPRING 2005


Contents include: “The Haunted Hut” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Newton Burcham; “REH, HPL and the Cthulhu Mythos” by Glenn Lord; “Brothers of the Night” by Benjamin Szumskyj, illustrated by Joe Wehrle; “Robert E. Howard’s The Four Kings Portfolio” by David Burton; “A Woman Looks at Cross Plains” by Linda Melchione; “A Dark Gray Heritage” by Danny Street, illustrated by Stephen Fabian and “The Savage Tales of Solomon Kane: A Review” by Don Herron. Bran Mak Morn cover by Charles Keegan, inside front and back covers by Newton Burcham and a back cover by Bill Cavalier. Limited Edition of 250 copies.


THE CHRONICLER OF CROSS PLAINS

ISSUE 1/FALL 1978


Contents include: “The Sign of the Snake” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Gene Day; “Casonetto’s Last Song” by Robert E. Howard, illustrated by Marcus Boas; “The Writing Game” by Glenn Lord, illustrated by Ken Raney; “Kibanda Ya Kufa” by Charles R. Saunders, illustrated by Gene Day; “Two Suns Setting: A Kane Portfolio” by Ken Raney; “A Mouthful of Feathers” by Charles R. Saunders, illustrated by Stephen Fabian; “An REH Art Folio” by Arnold Fenner; “Demon Clutch” by Kenneth Huff, illustrated by Rick Corlett; “REH and Cultural Trends in Literature” by Thomas Reid, illustrated by Greg Vander Leon; “The Night of Her Sacrifice” by Jeffery Godwin and verse by Robert Fester and John Bredon. Color Kull cover by Ken Raney, inside front cover by Marcus Boas, inside back by Fred Bobb and back cover by Stephen Fabian. Limited Edition of 1000 copies.