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Robert E. Howard, H. Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith. While some have been hit and miss—meaning, some of the chapters in a volume have been very good, others not so much—this volume was faithfully strong throughout. Edited by Justin Everett and Jeffrey H. Shanks chair and co-chair of the pulp studies for the Popular Culture Association , this volume covers nearly every aspect of Weird Tales the pulp fiction magazine and some of its most popular writers from the early years. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard, and other topics. While this review will not be a chapter by chapter review per se, I will attempt to cull and discuss what I thought were some of the more interesting chapters and briefly describe the others which are also very interesting and well worth reading. Jason Ray Carney begins the volume with a discussion about the tenuous history of Weird Tales magazine, its lower than imagined level of readership—peaking at around fifty-thousand readers at the height of its popularity. This chapter brings to the forefront some surprising facts and nice information, laying the nice groundwork for the over-all volume. If you are new to Weird Tales, then by all means read this chapter. Declaring that modernist writers were published in pulp magazines, they have, none-the-less been largely ignored. He takes a birds-eye view of modernist literature some weird and some not inside and outside of the magazine Weird Tales. Pridas discusses trends in various Modernist frameworks of weird literature, including science, Darwinism, and devils.

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Pridas discusses trends in various Modernist frameworks of weird literature, including science, Darwinism, and devils. This is a group that carries on regular correspondence with H. Lovecraft and each other, developing friendships with each other as they shared ideas, interests, and stories.

Nyikos calls them a type of literary intelligentsia. This chapter was quite interesting since it details how these writers carried on with one another and their work. Morgan T.

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Howard and Conan the Cimmerian. Lately, scholars have been delving into issues of sex within the weird fiction genre.

One such scholar is Bobby Derie, an H. Lovecraft aficionado. While some see this type of academia as fringe, even unnecessary, often times these kinds of studies uncover aspects about writers that help us understand why they used the source material they did and why they wrote some of the things they did.

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So, dismissing this type of critical research is not altogether wise. And, Derie is a leading scholar in this field. His chapter examines the sexual nature of Lovecraft and what various biographers and other HPL scholars have said about the topic, adding, of course, his own research to the issue.

Weird Tales, November The editors, Everett and Shanks each have excellent chapters well worth reading. Shanks delves into Robert E.

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And ' Worms ' is not the first time Howard used such characters. Howard certainly read some of the more popular and some relatively unknown anthropologists of his day. Everett takes his readers through the history of eugenics, how Howard uses it in his stories and his correspondence with H.

Geoffrey Reiter discusses world building in the works of Clark Ashton Smith. FHL Book Ports and eastern seaboard towns were divided into customs districts. The index links to scanned newspaper images. Information about ships can also be gleaned from colonial county court order books and English State Papers Colonial, American and West Indies. Records about these people are stored in England at facilities such as the British National Archives.

Their website offers research guides, such as Merchant seamen serving up to further research. Lloyd's Register of Shipping identifies ships leaving England, their masters, ports of departure, and destinations. They survive as early as and are being put online at Lloyd's Register of Ships Online - free. Peter Wilson Coldham compiled a list of convict ships travelling between English and Virginia ports during the eighteenth century.

See appendix to: Coldham, Peter Wilson. British Emigrants in Bondage, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. FHL British Books All four volumes are available for free online at the Bristol Record Society website.

German Voyages[ edit edit source ] Dr. Marianne S. Destinations include Virginia ss. She published the list in an Appendix to: Wokeck, Marianne S.

University Park, Pa. Irish Voyages[ edit edit source ] A list of Irish ships that made voyages to the English colonies in America is included in: Griffin, Patrick. Princeton, N. Scottish Voyages[ edit edit source ] Dr.

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