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Circa 1270 B.C.
Posted in Blog on Oct 11, 2017 — 117 reads
Lynn Lockhart Questions The Postmodern Urban Humbaba
Posted in Blog on Aug 23, 2017 — 135 reads
Reconsidering Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Jun 15, 2017 — 60 reads
Once Again, Robert E. Howard Saw The Truth Where Anthropologists And Historians Have Posited Lies
Posted in Blog on May 12, 2017 — 129 reads
Literary Impressions Of The Prose And Verse Of Robert E. Howard Paperback – April 28, 2017
Posted in Blog on Apr 28, 2017 — 105 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 — 145 reads, 1 comment
El Borak And Other Desert Adventures By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Feb 24, 2017 — 94 reads, 1 comment
Paideia And Colonization By Thomas McEvilly From The Shape Of Ancient Thought
Posted in Blog on Feb 20, 2017 — 169 reads, 3 comments
Dave Wants To Know Which Edition Of Conan Tales Our Sons Should Read
Posted in Blog on Feb 19, 2017 — 109 reads
A Man Question About Robert E. Howard's Literary Swordsmanship From Joel
Posted in Ancient Combat on Dec 28, 2016 — 136 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 — 360 reads, 4 comments
Homer, Howard, Melville, Junger And The 12 Most Masculine Stories In Western Literature
Posted in Blog on Sep 30, 2016 — 203 reads
The Totemic Imagery Of Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Sep 28, 2016 — 130 reads
Overture To Dark Art Of An Aryan Mystic
Posted in Blog on Sep 2, 2016 — 133 reads
Robert E. Howard, As A Literary Mirror
Posted in Blog on Aug 29, 2016 — 110 reads
When Will There Be More Robert E. Howard?
Posted in Blog on Aug 26, 2016 — 133 reads, 1 comment
Retooling The Nonfiction Mind
Posted in Fiction on Jul 11, 2016 — 155 reads
A Man Question From Ishmael
Posted in Blog on Jul 10, 2016 — 142 reads, 1 comment
Melissa And Tammy In Dindustan
Posted in Harm City on Jul 9, 2016 — 328 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 — 169 reads, 1 comment
The Active Side Of Infinity By Carlos Castaneda
Posted in Blog on Jul 7, 2016 — 167 reads
(2) The Seven Ages Of Britain - Age Of Worship (1170-1400)
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jul 1, 2016 — 159 reads
The Fundamental Attributes That Define The Hero
Posted in Blog on Jun 30, 2016 — 226 reads, 2 comments
The Uncertain Genesis Of The Most Persistent Character In Modern Masculine Fiction
Posted in Blog on Jun 27, 2016 — 176 reads
Leader And Outcast Heroes In Myth, Fiction And History
Posted in Blog on Jun 24, 2016 — 208 reads, 1 comment
The Little People By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Jun 24, 2016 — 128 reads
A Man Question From Max
Posted in Ancient Combat on Jun 23, 2016 — 265 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 — 105 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 — 287 reads, 2 comments
Developing Impressions Of The Heroic Subtext
Posted in Blog on Jun 11, 2016 — 123 reads
Posts Beginning 6/10/16
Posted in Blog on Jun 10, 2016 — 149 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 — 116 reads
A Man Question From Trevor
Posted in Blog on May 31, 2016 — 185 reads, 1 comment
A Well Of Heroes: Volume One
Posted in Blog on May 28, 2016 — 164 reads
The Feminine View Of Conan
Posted in Blog on May 23, 2016 — 314 reads
A Survey Of The Fictional Barbarian’s Leading Ladies, Love Interests And Estrogenic Impedimenta
Posted in Blog on May 23, 2016 — 187 reads
Artifice In Heroic Fiction And The Unique Contribution Of Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 10, 2016 — 207 reads
On Reviewing Heroic Fiction
Posted in Blog on May 6, 2016 — 125 reads
Review Methodology For A Well Of Heroes, Impressions Of The Fiction Of Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 2, 2016 — 77 reads
The Failure To Adapt Robert E. Howard’s Fiction To Film
Posted in Blog on Apr 21, 2016 — 148 reads, 3 comments
Cataclysm: A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2016 — 133 reads, 1 comment
Gulfs: A Mythic Dimension
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2016 — 106 reads
Race: A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 20, 2016 — 147 reads
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 15, 2016 — 162 reads
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 11, 2016 — 147 reads
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 11, 2016 — 154 reads, 1 comment
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 11, 2016 — 114 reads
A Well Of Heroes: Outline
Posted in Blog on Apr 10, 2016 — 125 reads
A Well Of Heroes: The Seven Mythic Dimensions Of Robert E. Howard Settings
Posted in Blog on Apr 6, 2016 — 115 reads
Pluming The Mythological Dimensions Of The Fiction Of Robert E. Howard 2013-16
Posted in Blog on Apr 6, 2016 — 127 reads, 1 comment
Confession Of A Crackpot Reader: Well Of Heroes—Prologue
Posted in Blog on Apr 4, 2016 — 589 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 — 226 reads, 1 comment
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