First published in From Beyond the Dark Gateway volume 1 #3, April 1974. Howard’s original title for this story was “Black John’s Vengeance.”
Originally published in Weird Tales, November 1931.
Originally published in The Fantasy Magazine, September 1935.
Written by C. L. Moore, A. Merritt, H. P. Lovecraft, Robert E. Howard, and Frank Belknap Long. A round-robin tale — each chapter was contributed by a different author, picking up the story where the last left off.
Originally published in Weird Tales, April-May 1931.
First published in Weird Tales, February 1937.
Originally published in Weird Tales, December 1936.
Howard originally wrote “The Fire of Asshurbanipal” as a straight Oriental adventure story. He later rewrote the story, adding supernatural elements, for its publication in Weird Tales.
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 in Coven 13, January 1970.
Originally published in Strange Tales, June 1932.
Features Conan the Reaver, not generally considered to be the same character as Howard’s more famous Conan of Cimmeria, although he is quite similar.
Originally published in Weird Tales, August 1929. First published Kull of Atlantis story.
Originally published in Weird Tales, October, November and December, 1929 (3 part serial).
The narrator of this story is named Stephen Costigan, but not meant to be the same character as Sailor Steve Costigan from Howard’s boxing stories.
Originally published in Weird Tales, February 1932.
Originally published in Weird Tales, November 1932.
First published in Fantasy Crossroads issue 4/5, August 1975.
Posthumously completed by C. J. Henderson in Nameless Cults, Chaosium 2001.
First published as “The Door to the Garden” in Fantasy Crosswinds #2, January 1977.
Posthumously completed by Joseph S. Pulver in Nameless Cults, Chaosium, 2001.
Posthumously completed by August Derleth and first published in Dark Things, 1971.
Unedited fragment first published as “The House” in The Howard Reader #8, 2003.
First published in The Howard Collector #9, Spring 1967.
Posthumously completed by Robert M. Price as “Black Eons” and first published in Fantasy Book volume 4 #2, June 1985. This is the version that appears in Nameless Cults (Chaosium, 2001).