The Last of the Trunk
REH Foundation Press
Year :
November 2007
Book No. : None
Edition : 1st
Format : Hardcover with dust jacket
Pages : 657 plus xiii
Cover art : Tom Foster
Illustrations : None
     The Last of the Trunk
The Last of the Trunk
Other editions:

"The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" by Patrice Louinet
Boxing Stories
"Blue River Blues"
"The Battling Sailor"
"The Drawing Card"
"The Jinx" (transcription - see Notes)
"The Wildcat and the Star"
"Fistic Psychology" (transcription - see Notes)
Untitled "'Huh?' I was so dumbfounded . . ."
"Fighting Nerves"
"The Atavist"
"A Man of Peace"
"The Weeping Willow" (transcription - see Notes)
"The Right Hook" (transcription - see Notes)
"A Tough Nut to Crack"
"The Trail of the Snake"
"The Folly of Conceit"
"The Fighting Fury"
"Night Encounter" (transcription - see Notes)
"The Ferocious Ape"
"The Ghost Behind the Gloves"
"Misto Dempsey" (transcription - see Notes)
Other Stories
"The Brand of Satan"
"The Slayer"
"The Man Who Went Back"
Untitled Synopsis "Hunwulf, an American . . ."
Untitled "Thure Khan gazed out . . ."
Untitled "As he approached . . ." (transcription - see Notes)
"A Room in London" (outline)
"The Shadow in the Well" (draft)
"Fate is the Killer"
"The Grove of Lovers"
"The Drifter"
"The Lion Gate"
Untitled "Franey was a fool."
"The Ivory Camel"
"Wolves - and a Sword" (transcription - see Notes)
Untitled "I'm a man of few words . . ."
Untitled Synopsis "First Draft: James Norris . . ."
"The Dominant Male"
"The Paradox"
Untitled "Mike Costigan, writer and self avowed futilist . . ."
"The Splendid Brute"
"Circus Charade"
"The Influence of the Movies"
Untitled "William Aloysius McGraw's father . . ."
(transcription - see Notes)
"A Man and a Brother" (transcription - see Notes)
"Pigskin Scholar"
"The Recalcitrant"
Untitled "Arrange, Madame, arrange!"
Untitled "'Yessah!' said Mrs. . . ."
"The Question of the East"
"In His Own Image"
"The Punch"
Pre-1924 Stories
"The Female of the Species"
"The Last Man"
"The Treasure of Henry Morgan"
Untitled "The lazy quiet of the mid-summer day . . ."
"Through the Ages" (transcription - see Notes)
"The White Jade Ring" (transcription - see Notes)
"The Roving Boys on a Sandburg"
"Westward, Ho!"
"The Wild Man"
"What the Deuce?"
"The Land of Forgotten Ages"
"The Funniest Bout" (transcription - see Notes)
"The Red Stone"
"A Unique Hat"
Untitled "'A man,' said my friend Larry Aloysius 0'Leary . . ."
Untitled ". . . that is, the artistry is but a symbol . . ."
Untitled "I met him first in the Paradise saloon . . ."
Untitled "Maybe it don't seem like anything interesting . . ."
Untitled "So there I was . . ." (transcription - see Notes)
Untitled "Trail led through dense jungle . . ."
Untitled "Two men were standing in the bazaar at Delhi . . ."
Untitled "When Yar Ali Khan crept . . ."
Untitled "Who I am it matters little . . ."
High School Papers
"A Twentieth Century Rip Van Winkle"
"The Ghosts of Jacksonville"
"A Boy, a Beehive, and a Chinaman"
"Mr. Dowser Buys a Car "
"A Faithful Servant "
"A South Sea Storm"
"The Ghost of Bald Rock Ranch"
"A Fishing Trip "
"Ten Minutes on a Street Comer "
"The Wings of the Bat"
Notes on the Stories
Limited edition of 300 copies
Edited by Patrice Louinet
All texts taken from Howard's typescripts or manuscripts, provided by Glenn Lord, except for those indicated, which were taken from Glenn Lord's transcriptions.