This is the opening page of an illustrated Robert E. Howard bibliography. The Robert E. Howard story lists created by Paul Herman of Plano, TX have been combined with the book content pages created by Todd Woods and Bill Thom to make a complete listing of all sources of the fiction of Robert E. Howard.  

Robert E. Howard (January 22, 1906 - June 11, 1936) was an extraordinarily prolific and inventive writer of fiction and poetry during the 1920's and 30's. Although best known as the creator of the heroic fantasy character Conan the Cimmerian, Howard wrote hundreds of poems and over three hundred works of fiction in a wide range of literary forms including historical and modern adventure, horror, fantasy, sports, confession, weird menace, western, semi-autobiographical fiction, and science fantasy fiction. Howard's unique synthesis of historical adventure, fantasy, and horror resulted in the creation of a new literary sub-genre now known as Sword and Sorcery. (REHupa)

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Robert E. Howard

This bibliography is an ongoing project, and is not considered complete, though it likely includes over 95% of all known publications containing REH material.  Further, while efforts are made to present only accurate information, the sheer quantity of information provided dictates that some errors will crop up from time to time, though again the accuracy of the information is likely more than 95%.  The providers of this bibliography make no claim as to the accuracy of any individual datum.  If any errors are found or other information needed to be added, please contact  me at  

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