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clark ashton smith

  1. w h pugmire esq

    Clark Ashton Smith in Penguin Classics

    The publication date is ye 25th -- and although I have the book on pre-order at Amazon, I could not wait. I drove like a madman to S. T. Joshi's pad last night and stopped long enough to fetch a copy of ye book & have him sign it. I then rush'd home like a lunatic thing and devour'd ye book's...
  2. w h pugmire esq

    Clark Ashton Smith in Penguin Classics!

    In his newest blog, S. T. Joshi has announced that he has finally convinced Penguin Books to bring forth an edition of the poetry & prose of Clark Ashton Smith!!! CAS has long held reign as one of the three main writers of weird and fantastic fiction to emerge from the pages of Weird Tales (the...
  3. Fried Egg

    Question Re Clark Ashton Smith

    I have read the "Out of Space and Time" volumes 1 & 2 (Panther edition). But I'm wondering if there is much other weird fiction he has written that I should be looking out for? Given that I've read these, are there other collections worth reading?
  4. J

    Clark Ashton Smith Reading

    There's going to be a reading of some of Clark Ashton Smith's material on Nov. 12: Thought I'd post this for any of the Smith fans who might be on the West Coast and want to attend....
  5. J

    Complete Poetry of Clark Ashton Smith

    Well, along with the news on the Collected Essays of Lovecraft, there's also news about the first (actually third in the set, but first to be released) volume of the Complete Poetry and Translations of Clark Ashton Smith; this one contains all his translations from other poets, such as the...
  6. Teresa Edgerton

    Algernon Blackwood and Clark Ashton Smith

    Yes, I know there is a CAS thread somewhere about, but that one is moribund -- so castigate me how you will, I'm starting this one. I am currently alternating between short stories by Smith and stories by Algernon Blackwood, and although this is not my first experience of either writer, I'm...
  7. Brian G Turner

    Clark Ashton Smith

    Another golden age author here - the name is very familiar, but I'm not able to put any stories to the name. Although I have a list of books by him, I'm uncertain of the themes of his writing, and also what sort of influence he may have had. Can anyone please satiate my curiosity? :)