The "New" Howard Reader #3
Joe & Mona Marek
Year : November 1998
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Periodical (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 40 (includes front and back covers)
Cover art : William Cavalier
The "New" Howard Reader #3

Other editions:

"The Rhyme of the Three Slavers" (poem)
Untitled ("The Dane came in with a rush ...") (incomplete)
"Serpent Vines"
Letter to WEIRD TALES, ca. April 1928,
“Mr. Lovecraft’s latest story . . .”

Letter to Clark Ashton Smith, postmarked 22 July 1933,
“I can hardly find words . . .”

"Dance Macabre" (poem)
"The Chant Demoniac" (poem)
"Etched in Ebony"
Letter to THE FORT WORTH RECORD, ca. July 1928,
“Tunney can’t win.”

"The Jade God" (incomplete)
"Miser's Gold" (poem)
"These Things Are Gods" (poem)
Letter to August Derleth, ca. January 1933,
“I was much interested . . .”

"War to the Blind" (poem)
"The Return of the Sorcerer"(incomplete)
"Seven Kings" (poem)
"Empire's Destiny" (poem)
"The Devil in His Brain"
Letter to Emil Petaja,  6 September 1935,
“Yes, I did like ‘Witch’s Berceuse’ . . .”

"The Hand of Obeah"
"L'Envoi (poem)
Letter to R.H. Barlow, ca. 14 February 1936,
“This is to express . . .”

"Drowned" (poem)
Handwritten postcard to Novalyne Price,
postmarked 19 June 1935, "The weather is good  . . ."

"Hashish Land"
"Girls" (poem)
Letter to August Lenniger, 20 February, 1933,
“Here are the copies of . . .”

"Dagon Manor" (incomplete)
"The Galveston Affair"
Letter to Robert W. Gordon, postmarked 14 May 1928, “Many thanks for the letter . . .”
Untitled ("Ho, merry bark, let's go") (poem)
Letter to Harold Preece, postmarked 4 January 1930,
“Yes, we fade from youth . . .”

"Up, John Kane!" (poem)
"Guns of the Mountain" (magazine version)
"The Ghost of Camp Colorado"
Facsimile format from the original publication in the THE TEXACO STAR including photos taken by REH.

Letters of Comment by Our Readers
"Afterword" by Joe Marek
Selected and compiled by Joe Marek
Associate Editor: Rusty Burke assisted by Dave Gentzel, Glenn Lord, Steve Trout, Paul Herman, and Patrice Louinet
Limited print run of 120 copies.
Signed and numbered by Joe Marek.
Limited to one year of distribution.