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Brent Friendshuh's Atmospheric Prose
Posted in Fiction on May 18, 2017 — 97 reads
The Song Of The Mad Minstrel By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 10, 2017 — 95 reads
The Shadow Of The Beast By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 4, 2017 — 90 reads
Discovering The Inca Maiden: My Adventures On Ampato By John Reinhard, 1998, National Geographic Society
Posted in Ancient Combat on May 4, 2017 — 97 reads
Captive Of Gor By John Norman, Review By Lili Hun
Posted in Blog on May 1, 2017 — 135 reads, 2 comments
Plague By Dennis MaGee Fallon, Jason Palmatier, Zachary Brunner & Dave Sharpe
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2017 — 98 reads
Robert E. Howard - The Man-Eaters Of Zamboula, Read By Nathan Kloske
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2017 — 80 reads
By This Ax I Rule! And The Phoenix On The Sword, In The Shadow Or Our National Night, Read By Nathan Kloske
Posted in Blog on Apr 10, 2017 — 113 reads, 1 comment
Generation Identity: A Declaration Of War Against The ‘68ERS By Markus Willinger 2013, Arktos, 103 Pages
Posted in Blog on Apr 9, 2017 — 108 reads, 1 comment
Tony Zale: The Man Of Steel By Thad Zale And Clay Moyle, 2014, Win By KO Publications, Iowa City, 490 Pages
Posted in Modern Combat on Apr 9, 2017 — 61 reads
Extracting The Truth About Caucasian Enslavement From Black Slave Narratives
Posted in Ancient Combat on Apr 9, 2017 — 74 reads, 1 comment
The Iron Man By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Apr 7, 2017 — 123 reads, 1 comment
Original Sin By Robinson Jeffers, 1948
Posted in Blog on Apr 2, 2017 — 122 reads, 2 comments
Cassandra By Robinson Jeffers
Posted in Blog on Mar 29, 2017 — 99 reads, 1 comment
The Daughter Of Erlik Khan By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Mar 26, 2017 — 72 reads
Outlaw: The True Story Of Claude Dallas By Jeff Long, 1985, William Morrow And Company, NY, 239 Pages
Posted in Modern Combat on Mar 26, 2017 — 113 reads, 1 comment
Robinson Jeffers: Poet And Prophet By James Karman, 2015, Stanford University Press, 245 Pages
Posted in Blog on Mar 26, 2017 — 65 reads
Watch The Lights Fade By Robinson Jeffers, 1941
Posted in Blog on Mar 23, 2017 — 107 reads
The Soul’s Desert By Robinson Jeffers, 1939
Posted in Blog on Mar 23, 2017 — 98 reads
Marchers Of Valhalla By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Mar 21, 2017 — 98 reads
Impressions Of J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Fellowship Of The Ring
Posted in Blog on Mar 21, 2017 — 187 reads
Lords Of The Cosmos, Issue #1 From ThisIsUgli Studios
Posted in Blog on Mar 10, 2017 — 191 reads
The City That Bleeds: Race, History And The Death Of Baltimore By Paul Kersey
Posted in Harm City on Mar 8, 2017 — 145 reads, 1 comment
‘January Of 1797’: Erica Armstrong Dunbar, "Never Caught"
Posted in Ancient Combat on Mar 8, 2017 — 84 reads
Clark Ashton Smith - Marooned In Andromeda
Posted in Blog on Mar 5, 2017 — 100 reads, 1 comment
Be Angry At The Sun And For Una By Robinson Jeffers
Posted in Blog on Mar 3, 2017 — 94 reads
The Root Of Ampoi By Clark Ashton Smith
Posted in Blog on Mar 3, 2017 — 98 reads
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