The "New" Howard Reader #7
Joe & Mona Marek
Year : Spring 2000
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Periodical (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 52 (includes front and back covers)
Cover art : Joe Marek
The "New" Howard Reader #7

Other editions:

"Always Comes Evening" (pure-text reconstruction) (poem)
"Three-Bladed Doom" (See Notes)
"Spanish Gold on Devil Horse"
Letter to WEIRD TALES, ca. February 1932, “Congratulations on the appearance . . .”
Letter to ADVENTURE magazine, ca. July 1924,
“At what period did . . .”

"Sunday in a Small Town"
"Age Lasting Love"
"Roads" (poem)
"The Fire of Asshurbanipal"
Letter to Charles D. Hornig,  10 November 1933,
“Here is a short story . . .”

"The Shiek"
"The Curse of Greed"
"Pictures in the Fire"
Letter to Novalyne Price, 14 February 1936,
"I heard yesterday..."

"Sentiment" (essay)
"West is West"
"Surrender -- Your Money or Your Vice" (essay)
"The Last White Man"
"A Stranger in Grizzley Claw" (magazine version)
Letters of Comment, by Our Readers
Afterword by Joe Marek
Selected and compiled by Joe Marek
Associate Editor: Rusty Burke
Special Editorial Assistance: Dave Gentzel assisted by  Glenn Lord
Limited print run of 60 copies.
Signed and numbered by Joe Marek.
Limited to one year of distribution.
The next  issue has a title change to THE HOWARD READER.
The short version of "Three-Bladed Doom" is from Byron Roark's REH: LONE STAR FICTIONEER #4. Both the beginning and the ending of the story were rewritten by Roark.