Cold Steel #10
Bill Cavalier
Year :
November 1987
Book No. : None
Format : Fanzine (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 12 (Cold Steel #10)
110 (REHupa #88)
Cover art : None (Cold Steel #10)
Steve Trout (REHupa #88)

Illustrations : Unknown










Cold Steel #10
Cold Steel #10





REH Drawing










REHupa #88
REHupa #88

Other editions:
None
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Contents
Untitled ("The Baron of Fenland . . .") (poem)
"Flight" (poem, lines 1-2, 5-8, 15-20, 23-24)
Robert E. Howard drawing
The remaining contents of Cold Steel #10 are not known.
REHupa #88 Contents
THE GOLDEN CALIPH by Steve Trout
Letter from L. Sprague de Camp  
BUNYIPS IN THE MULGA 2.2 by Graeme Flanagan   
BELTRIC WRITES #37 by Steve Trout
THE BARNSWOGGLE #1 by Thomas Kovacs   
COLD STEEL #10 by Bill Cavalier
REDFLAME #3 by Mark Kimes   
DREAMS FRONT YOHARNELH-LAHAI #37 by Vernon Clark
FROM BRONZE RECLUSE TO CAVALIER SUPERSTAR by Dave Pettus  
A HISTORY by Rick McCollum   
SEANCHI #40 by RUSTY Burke   

Notes
Distributed in REHupa #88
Poetry is included in a facsimile reproduction of the second page of a letter to Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. September 1927 (“Salaam:/ Then the little boy said . . .”). This page is in turn included in AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN MANUSCRIPTS AND PRINTED BOOKS, a copy of which is included in this zine.
The Robert E. Howard United Press Association is an amateur press association (apa) that was started by Tim Marion in 1972.
An apa is a means for distributing fanzines to a specific group of people. Typically, each member of an apa produces a short fanzine and sends an appropriate number of copies to an official editor who collates and (usually) staples one copy of each zine together, adding covers, an official organization and a table of contents. The editor sends out the collection of zines, called a mailing, to each member.