First published in Etchings and Odysseys #1, MinnCon Publications, 1973.
First published in The Howard Collector, Spring 1967.
Originally published in Weird Tales, October 1931.
Published as “The Blond Goddess of Bal-Sagoth” in Avon Fantasy Reader #12 (Avon, 1950) and The Second Avon Fantasy Reader (Avon, 1969).
First published as “Usurp the Night” in Weirdbook Three, 1970.
First published as “The Valley of the Lost” in Magazine of Horror #13, Summer 1966.
First published in The Shadow of the Beast (George Hamilton, 1977).
First published in The Gods of Bal-Sagoth (Ace, April 1979).
Posthumously completed by Andrew J. Offutt and first published in Swords Against Darkness (Zebra, 1977). This version also appears in The Gods of Bal-Sagoth (Ace, 1979).
The version that appears in The Black Stranger and Other American Tales (University of Nebraska Press, 2005) is taken from Howard’s original typescript.
Supposedly the last story Howard worked on before his death.