After watching this recently uploaded, fairly decent, restoration of Eerie Tales on Youtube, I was totally baffled and even quite saddened to discover that this film is merely glanced over in most of the German Expressionism literature that I’ve read. 753 more words
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Robert E. Howard is best known for Conan the Barbarian, the sword-wielding Cimmerian who assaults the various kingdoms of the Hyborean world. But Howard, like most writers in the 1920s and 1930s, wrote a wide range of texts, including weird fiction. 516 more words
In two weeks your friendly neighborhood Myth Ink Books Editor/Author Anthony Burdge, yes me, shall be turning 42 years of age!
So, I am in a rather hobbit-ish mood, and thinking ahead to my birthday I have decided to place our audiobook of… 275 more words
Today marks the 108th anniversary of the birth of pulp author Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan the Barbarian and one of the most prolific, influential and successful authors from the era of pulp magazines. 681 more words