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An Unpublished Fragment By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Sep 13, 2016 — 107 reads
The Return Of Richard Grenville By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Sep 11, 2016 — 82 reads
The Hills Of The Dead By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Sep 11, 2016 — 72 reads
The Analysis Of Dreams By Carl Jung
Posted in Blog on Jul 28, 2016 — 146 reads
The Phoenix On The Sword By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Jul 25, 2016 — 97 reads
The Function Of Dreams By Carl G. Jung, In The Context Of Heroic Fantasy And Postmodern Aggression
Posted in Blog on Jul 18, 2016 — 145 reads
Summer Morn By Robert E. Howard And Atlantean Genesis By Patrice Louinet
Posted in Blog on Jul 12, 2016 — 118 reads
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 — 101 reads
The Dream Snake By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Jun 23, 2016 — 91 reads
Posts Beginning 6/10/16
Posted in Blog on Jun 10, 2016 — 146 reads
Remembrance By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 29, 2016 — 142 reads, 1 comment
Recompense By Robert E. Howard, With Audio Recording By TheLeninistPlaysGames
Posted in Blog on May 16, 2016 — 191 reads, 3 comments
Delenda Est By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on May 9, 2016 — 76 reads
A Thousand Years Ago By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Apr 29, 2016 — 62 reads
For The Love Of Barbara Allen By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Apr 27, 2016 — 166 reads
A Mythic Dimension In Fiction
Posted in Blog on Apr 15, 2016 — 152 reads
‘Dark Agnes’: Sword Woman By Robert E. Howard
Posted in Blog on Feb 25, 2016 — 158 reads
"The Return Of Sir Richard Grenville" By Robert E. Howard (Poem)
Posted in Blog on Jan 14, 2016 — 147 reads
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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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