Two-Gun Bob: “Conan vs. Conantics”

I’ve heard that various fans already are drifting into Cross Plains, Texas for the latest Robert E. Howard Days celebration — this one a notable landmark, seventy-five years since the young author killed himself on June 11.

As a memorial token I’ve added my 1976 essay “Conan vs. Conantics” to the drop-down bar under Some Essays, above, spruced it up into the new blog format. It’s kind of a classic in Howard Studies, and apparently people appreciate finding it when they are searching around online. Okay, it’s back in action — and after thirty-five years, still ready to take on the insipid Conan imitations of L. Sprague de Camp and Lin Carter.

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