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    Dreams in the Fire 2011 Edited by Mark Finn and Chris Gruber, Cover by Jim and Ruth Keegan in the Fire contains stories and poems inspired by Robert E Howard Proceeds go to Project Pride, the community organization from Cross Plains, Texas, that takes care of the Robert E Howard House and museum in Cross Plains All the authors in this collection are long term fans of Robert E Howard, and though not all are professional writers, their passion for Howard s work shows clearly through Even those who have not been widely published bring their best to these tales, and they can all feel pride in their work Here s my quick take on the pieces.Introduction by Rusty Burke Discusses Robert E Howard Fandom, particularly the group known as REHupa, which almost every contributor to this collection is either a current or past member of A Gathering of Ravens by Charles Gramlich My story about a sword slinging female warrior The Rhymester of Ulm by James Reasoner A thief robs a bard of his magic pen Or does he Reasoner is the biggest name author in the collection The Word by Rob Roehm Carl Macon owned the land, all of it A flash fiction western style tale about taking a stand This Too Will Go Its Way by Barbara Barrett A fine poem that evokes a strong sense of nostalgia CSI Kimmeria by Robert Weinberg Weinberg is also a widely known name This one is written as a kind of play I m not the most sensitive guy but I thought I detected a satirical and humorous edge Bloody Isle of the Kiyah rahi by Christopher Fulbright Robert Howard wrote many pirate stories and this one is a fine tribute to that genre Son of Song by Frank Coffman A tribute to Howard and my favorite poem in the collection Avatar by Jimmy Cheung Good sword sorcery fiction It had my favorite opening line of any of the tales It was a corpse city infested with the living I would like to see an expanded version of this at some point Belit s Refrain by Barbara Barrett Belit is my favorite female character from the Howard stories This was a very nice poem that captured her essence Now With Serpents He Wars by Patrick R Burger A Knights of the Round Table story I much enjoyed the use of sorcery in this one Best to Let it Lie by Danny Street A poem that captures the kind of nihilistic outlook on life that Howard s poetry often expressed Two Dragons Blazing A Tale of the Barbarian Kabar of El Hazzar by Angeline Hawkes Kabar must find a way into hell to save his beautiful sister The Nights Last Battle by Amy Kerr A long poem that captures Howard s voice well when he was writing his bombastic style of poetry Sailor Tom Sharkey and the Phantom of the Gentlemen Farmer s Commune by Mark Finn A humorous tale that reflects the kind of storytelling that Howard handled so deftly with his humorous boxing stories of Sailor Steve Costigan I Am a Martian Galley Slave by David A Hardy My favorite story in the collection The use of language is superb and the characterization is excellent This one deserves to be nominated for an award A Spirit on the Wind by Frank Coffman Another fine tribute to Howard by Coffman Dead River Revenge by Chris Gruber This was my second favorite story in the collection Lots of brutal action and a setting that recalls the Conan story, Beyond the Black River The character of Billy is the most Howardian character in the collection without being a pastiche of a Howard character The Moon by Barbara Barrett A very short, almost haiku ode to the battle between the sun and moon No Other Gods by Gary Romeo Essentially a Conan pastiche, although using a character named Tanan A Meeting in the Bush by Morgan Holmes Not so much a story as a sketch of an interesting meeting between two iconic characters in the jungle I think you ll be able to figure out the characters pretty easily Blades of Hell by Don Herron An appropriately bloodthirsty ending poem Afterword by Mark Finn Talks a bit about putting this project together.Notes on the Contributors Short pieces about each of the featured authors You get to find out how most of them are connected to Howard fandom.I highly recommend this collection, and it s for a very good cause.

  2. says:

    This book is a must read for any Robert E Howard fans Yes, I may be a bit biased since my Employer Mark Finn contributed to it, but nevertheless, the writing of all the contributors is amazing Truly grasps the ideals, themes, and writing styles and Robert E Howard fan has come to love Definitely a must read

  3. says:

    Full disclosure, I wrote one of the stories I am a Martian Galley Slave But yeah, this collection rocks.

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