The Dark Man, vol. 7 no. 1

After a few delays, the December 2012 issue of The Journal of Robert E. Howard Studies is finally available to order. You can now order an e-version of the zine in addition to the hard copy version, as editor Mark Hall recently explained on the REH Inner Circle group:

Okay, TDM enters the 21st century today. If you want an edition that can be read on most e-Readers, you can now buy TDM Vol. 7, No. 1 (the new issue) at [this] link.

It is in the ePub format which a heck of a lot of devices can use (not the Kindle I am told, but others; you may need to download an app from Adobe).

The ePub edition sells for $4.50. The print copy will sell for $7.50 (and will probably be on sale the end of next week after the proof comes in and is reviewed).

Also, we are starting to put sold-out issues on line for free. The first one being made available is TDM Vol. 3, No. 2. You can download it from [here]

Contents of the new issue include:

  • Prefatory Remarks by Mark E. Hall
  • “The Writer’s Style: Sound and Syntax in Howard’s Sentences” by David C. Smith
  • “I and I Liberate Zimbabwe: Motifs of Africa and Freedom in Howard’s ‘The Grisly Horror’” by Patrick R. Burger
  • “Robert E. Howard and the Lone Scouts” by Rob Roehm
  • Plus severals reviews by Charles Hoffman and Charles Gramich.

UPDATE 02/08/2013: The print edition is now available.

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3 Comments(+Add)

1   Richard    
February 1st, 2013 at 4:24 pm

If this was available for Kindle I would have downloaded it right away. I’ll wait for the book. I’ve got >20 REH books on Kindle. It’s quick, easy, less expensive, and can enlarge the font size.

I looked at REH ebooks before at Lulu in hopes of downloading a lot more but unfortunately found out ebooks are not Kindle compatible:(

2   Remco    
February 2nd, 2013 at 4:44 pm

The link to the free e-book isn’t working… Some basic detective work, however, should bring one to the page of the free issue…

3   Damon C. Sasser
February 2nd, 2013 at 9:41 pm

Thanks, I fixed it.

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