The Road to Velitrium #30
James Van Hise
Year :
April 1999
Book No. : None
Format : Fanzine (8.5 x 11, saddle stapled)
Pages : 10 (The Road to Velitrium #30)
255 (REHupa #156)
Cover art : Bill Cavalier (REHupa #156 Section 1)
Jim Charles (REHupa #156 Section 2)
Illustrations : Unknown










The Road to Velitrium #30
The Road to Velitrium #30









REHupa #156
REHupa #156

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Contents
"Sketches"
Consists of a bundle of seven stories from TRUMPET #7, May 1968.
"Ambition by Moonlight"
"To a Man Whose Name I Never Knew"
"Musings"
"Etched in Ebony"
"The Galveston Affair"
"Surrender – Your Money or Your Vice"
"Them"
REHupa #156 Contents
Section 1
THE GOLDEN CALIPH by Bill Cavalier
RULES OF REHUPA
NOVALYN PRICE ELLIS 1908-1999 by Rusty Burke
VALUSIAN BLADE Vol. 2 No. 2 by James Charles
THESE SAVAGE TALES OF ROBERT E. HOWARD #8 by Marcelo Anciano
THE BURKBURNETT PAPERS by Carl Osman
IMN2REH #10 by Gary Romeo
RETURN OF THE BUNYIP #12 by Graeme Flanagan
RAZORED ZEN #39 by Charles Gramlich
THE QUESTING BEAST by Bob Barger
ROUGH EDGES #16 by James Reasoner
PURPLE PATCHES #3 by Kurt Shoemaker
A SABRE IN THE SUQ #3 by Frank Denton
BURNING HEATHEN by Dave Rodriquez
FORGOTTEN AGES #38 by Morgan Holmes
Section 2
OH! ACHERON #3  by Rick McCollum
BELTIC WRITES #81 by Steve Trout
AQUILA NIDUS #31 by Tim Arney
THE KELTIC JOURNAL Vol. 1 by Scotty Henderson
BEYOND THE BLACK STRANGER Vol. 1 No. 3 by Richard Stammer
MINAC OF THE HIGHWAYMAN Vol. 2 No. 2 by Larry Richter
SEANCHAI #91 by Rusty Burke
RED RUIN #6 by Jim Keegan
MICHAEL VENABLES ZINE
COLD STEEL #78 by Bill Cavalier
THE ROAD TO VELITRIUM #30 by James Van Hise
PICTURES IN THE FIRE: An Index to Robert E. Howard in Photograph
Separate booklet by Dave Gentzel


Notes
Distributed in REHupa #156
A facsimile reproduction of these works original appearance in Trumpet #7.
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.