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Circa 1270 B.C.
Posted in Blog on Oct 11, 2017 — 102 reads
Lynn Lockhart Questions The Postmodern Urban Humbaba
Posted in Blog on Aug 23, 2017 — 133 reads
Reconsidering Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Jun 15, 2017 — 58 reads
Once Again, Robert E. Howard Saw The Truth Where Anthropologists And Historians Have Posited Lies
Posted in Blog on May 12, 2017 — 127 reads
Literary Impressions Of The Prose And Verse Of Robert E. Howard Paperback – April 28, 2017
Posted in Blog on Apr 28, 2017 — 103 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 — 139 reads, 1 comment
El Borak And Other Desert Adventures By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Feb 24, 2017 — 92 reads, 1 comment
Paideia And Colonization By Thomas McEvilly From The Shape Of Ancient Thought
Posted in Blog on Feb 20, 2017 — 167 reads, 3 comments
Dave Wants To Know Which Edition Of Conan Tales Our Sons Should Read
Posted in Blog on Feb 19, 2017 — 107 reads
A Man Question About Robert E. Howard's Literary Swordsmanship From Joel
Posted in Ancient Combat on Dec 28, 2016 — 134 reads, 1 comment
Strength Is Evil, Submission Is Noble: Nerd Horror, The Walking Dead And The Death Of The Soul
Posted in Blog on Oct 31, 2016 — 356 reads, 4 comments
Homer, Howard, Melville, Junger And The 12 Most Masculine Stories In Western Literature
Posted in Blog on Sep 30, 2016 — 200 reads
The Totemic Imagery Of Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Sep 28, 2016 — 126 reads
Overture To Dark Art Of An Aryan Mystic
Posted in Blog on Sep 2, 2016 — 131 reads
Robert E. Howard, As A Literary Mirror
Posted in Blog on Aug 29, 2016 — 108 reads
When Will There Be More Robert E. Howard?
Posted in Blog on Aug 26, 2016 — 131 reads, 1 comment
Retooling The Nonfiction Mind
Posted in Fiction on Jul 11, 2016 — 153 reads
A Man Question From Ishmael
Posted in Blog on Jul 10, 2016 — 140 reads, 1 comment
Melissa And Tammy In Dindustan
Posted in Harm City on Jul 9, 2016 — 325 reads, 4 comments
Hunter-Gatherer And Settled Origins Of Heroism: A Survey Of 12 Epics, From Gilgamesh To The Lord Of The Rings
Posted in Blog on Jul 7, 2016 — 167 reads, 1 comment
The Active Side Of Infinity By Carlos Castaneda
Posted in Blog on Jul 7, 2016 — 165 reads
(2) The Seven Ages Of Britain - Age Of Worship (1170-1400)
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jul 1, 2016 — 157 reads
The Fundamental Attributes That Define The Hero
Posted in Blog on Jun 30, 2016 — 224 reads, 2 comments
The Uncertain Genesis Of The Most Persistent Character In Modern Masculine Fiction
Posted in Blog on Jun 27, 2016 — 174 reads
Leader And Outcast Heroes In Myth, Fiction And History
Posted in Blog on Jun 24, 2016 — 205 reads, 1 comment
The Little People By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Jun 24, 2016 — 126 reads
A Man Question From Max
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jun 23, 2016 — 263 reads, 3 comments
Literary Impressions Of The Prose And Verse Of Robert E. Howard Paperback – June 23, 2016 By James LaFond
Posted in Blog on Jun 23, 2016 — 103 reads
The Good, The Bad And The Ugly By Sergio Leone, With Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach And Lee Van Cleef
Posted in Blog on Jun 19, 2016 — 284 reads, 2 comments
Developing Impressions Of The Heroic Subtext
Posted in Blog on Jun 11, 2016 — 121 reads
Posts Beginning 6/10/16
Posted in Blog on Jun 10, 2016 — 147 reads
The Series Scheme For A Well Of Heroes—Literary Impressions Of The Prose And Verse Of Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Jun 10, 2016 — 114 reads
A Man Question From Trevor
Posted in Blog on May 31, 2016 — 182 reads, 1 comment
A Well Of Heroes: Volume One
Posted in Blog on May 28, 2016 — 162 reads
The Feminine View Of Conan
Posted in Blog on May 23, 2016 — 311 reads
A Survey Of The Fictional Barbarian’s Leading Ladies, Love Interests And Estrogenic Impedimenta
Posted in Blog on May 23, 2016 — 184 reads
Artifice In Heroic Fiction And The Unique Contribution Of Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 10, 2016 — 205 reads
On Reviewing Heroic Fiction
Posted in Blog on May 6, 2016 — 123 reads
Review Methodology For A Well Of Heroes, Impressions Of The Fiction Of Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 2, 2016 — 75 reads
The Failure To Adapt Robert E. Howard’s Fiction To Film
Posted in Blog on Apr 21, 2016 — 145 reads, 3 comments
Cataclysm: A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2016 — 131 reads, 1 comment
Gulfs: A Mythic Dimension
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2016 — 104 reads
Race: A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2016 — 145 reads
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 15, 2016 — 160 reads
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 11, 2016 — 145 reads
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 11, 2016 — 152 reads, 1 comment
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 11, 2016 — 112 reads
A Well Of Heroes: Outline
Posted in Blog on Apr 10, 2016 — 123 reads
A Well Of Heroes: The Seven Mythic Dimensions Of Robert E. Howard Settings
Posted in Blog on Apr 6, 2016 — 113 reads
Pluming The Mythological Dimensions Of The Fiction Of Robert E. Howard 2013-16
Posted in Blog on Apr 6, 2016 — 125 reads, 1 comment
Confession Of A Crackpot Reader: Well Of Heroes—Prologue
Posted in Blog on Apr 4, 2016 — 580 reads, 2 comments
Robert E. Howard In The Mail Chattel’s Hand, Courtesy Of Nero The Pict And Deuce
Posted in Blog on Feb 8, 2016 — 224 reads, 1 comment
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Thirty years alone, on the streets of Baltimore without a friend, a gang, a club, or even a faithful dog to watch his back, has taught the author seven truths about living alone in a dangerous world. LaFond has alternately been the target of police aggression, black gang violence, and white supremacist assassins. Taboo You was written for those few men who find themselves alone in a world they do not agree with; a handbook for militant individuality in a collectivist age. If you vote, don’t buy this book. Also see:
 
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