The Ballad of King Geraint
Gibbelins Gazette Publications / Barnswoggle Press
Year :
November 1989    
Book No. : ISBN-10:  0961045272 (Fanzine)
ISBN-10: 0961045280 (Hardcover)
Format : Fanzine (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Hardcover with dust wrapper
Pages : 64 (The Ballad of King Geraint)
598 (REHupa #100)

Cover art : Steve Trout (The Ballad of King Geraint)
Jorge Zaffino (REHupa #100)

Illustrations : Unknown









The Ballad of King Geraint



The Ballad of King Geraint  







REHupa #100
 REHupa #100   

Other editions:
None
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Contents
"The Ballad of King Geraint" (poem)
Other THE BALLAD OF KING GERAINT  Contents
"Introduction" by Vernon Clark
"Map of Geraint's Britain" by Rusty Burke
"Afterword" by Rusty Burke
"A Guide to Names and Terms in The Ballad of King Geraint"
Bibliography

REHupa #100 Contents
THE GOLDEN CALIPH by Bill Cavalier
The Rules of REHupa
NEW MOON FLYER by Cavalier Frank
PULPITATIONS #2 by Graeme Flanagan
ABSINTHE PIE #5 by Bo Cribbs
CIMMERIAN NOTES (Oct 89) by Ben Indick
LETTER by Glenn Lord
LINES WRITTEN IN THE REALIZATION THAT I HAD THE WRONG IDEA ABOUT REHupa by Don Herron
DOC WAGNER #1, Vol. 1 by Karl Edward Wagner
PURLOINED LETTER VI by Leonard Carpenter
AQUILA NIDUS #3 by Tim Arney
MY RAPIDOGRAPH IS FILLED WITH BLOOD by Rick McCollum
BANE COMICS by Rick McCollum
DREAMS FROM YOHARNETH-LAHAI #46 by Vern Clark
THE QUESTING BEAST by Bob Barger
BELTRIC WRITES #49 by Steve Trout
ADEQUATE ADVENTURE STORIES #4 by Charles Hoffman
THREE-BLADED DOOM #1 by Indiana Triumvirate
WHICH WILL SCARCELY BE UNDERSTOOD #1 by Rich Jervis
RAVEN WOLF #11 by Garry Adrian
COLD STEEL #22 by Bill Cavalier
SEANCHAI #52 by Rusty Burke
THE PHANTAGRAPH #5, Vol. 4 (Reprint) by Graeme Flanagan
NO REFUGE - ROBERT E. HOWARD by Steve Trout
THE BALLAD OF KING GERAINT by Vernon Clark, Thomas Kovacs, and Steve Trout.

Notes
Distributed in REHupa #100
Limited edition of 370 copies
The first 70 copies were published in REHupa #100.
The remaining 300 copies are hardbound with dust wrapper.

The Robert E. Howard United Press Association is an amateur press association (apa) that was started by Tim Marion in 1972.
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