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West Linn, Oregon: FAX Collectors Editions, 1977,96p, ill.

London: Wandering Star, 1998, vi, 389, appendices (22p) containing a short biography of Howard by Rusty Burke, a brief biography of the artist Gary Gianni, and notes on Howard's original text, laid in is a music CD, an ad for a bronze sculpture, separate color plates, slipcase, no.

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Printing, (published December, 1978) 293p, edited by Karl Edward Wagner, cover ill.

Book Club Edition, 215p, same as first except for smaller typesetting, dj.

K.: Panther Books, 1976, volume 2, 236p., cover ill.

K.: Panther Books, 1976, volume 3, 247p., cover ill.

1920 – 1936, with miscellaneous Howard items, copies of magazines featuring Howard stories, and books containing Howard stories and novels.

Vinson was also active in The Junto, the circulating journal of several writers, including Booth Mooney, Harold Preece, Lenore Preece, Smith, et al. Each of the three authors typed out their own poems which Smith submitted. Smith provided six poems, two of which he later included in his book of poetry Images Out of the Sky, that he self-published in 1966. This story was published in the book RED BLADES OF BLACK CATHAY by Robert E. "The story worked itself out as we took turns at the typewriter." Smith ultimately sent the story out but it was returned rejected.

by Jeff Jones, Time Lost Series 60cents, bookplate of Tevis Clyde Smith on inside front cover; also inscribed to Smith from Donald M.

by Richard Corben and Frank Frazetta, foreword by John Pocsik, essay on Howard's poetry by Armand Eisen.

He entered a sanitarium in early 1928 and died in May, presumably of tuberculosis. He went on to work as a journalist, served in the Air Corps in World War II, and became an assistant to Lyndon B.

After his death, the members of The Junto planned a tribute volume to Klatt, but it never came to fruition.

Y.: Baen Books, July, 1995.1THE LOST VALLEY OF ISKANDER.

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