The new issue of The Dark Man, celebrating 25 years of the journal, is now available to order. Here are the contents of The Dark Man: The Journal of Robert E. Howard Studies and Pulp Fiction Studies Vol. 8, No. 1:
“Twenty Five Years Young!” by Mark E. Hall
Reflections by Rusty Burke
“On Editing Robert E. Howard” by Chris Gruber
“My Robert E. Howard PhD Adventure” by Patrick Burger
“Comments on Finn’s ‘Less an Archive, More an Agenda’” by Todd Vick
“On the Precipice of Fascism:The Mythic and the Political in the Work of Robert E. Howard and Ernst Junger” by Patrick Burger
“The Influence of Joseph A. Altsheler’s Apache Gold on Howard’s ‘The Haunted Mountain’” by Robert McIlvaine
“Literary Gothicism in Robert E. Howard’s ‘Red Nails’” by Matthew Cirilli
“Bersker Synecdoche: Howard’s Aesthetic of Violence” by Philip Emery
“The Outsider Scholar: Robert E. Howard, H. P. Lovecraft, and Scholarly Identity” by Karen Kohoutek
“Disintegrating Verse: The Poetry of the Shadow Modernists and the Ephemerality of the Ordinary” by Jason Carney
The Dark Man has two new scholars joining the editorial board beginning with this issue: Scott Connors, one of the editors of the Clark Ashton Smith Nightshade collection and Jeffrey Shanks, contributor to TDM, The Cimmerian, REH: Two-Gun Raconteur and REHupa, among others who have joined the team.
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