Store Wide Sale! 10% Off Everything!
(Discount applied in Shopping Cart)

Clark Ashton Smith

 

Arkham's Masters of Horror by Peter Ruber

Some of the writers August Derleth published during his 32-year reign at Arkham House have become legends among collectors and connoisseurs of weird fiction. Others have faded into unfortunate obscurity. Peter Ruber now brings 21 writers to life in detailed biographical essays ... read more

 

Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos by H.P. Lovecraft
The golden anniversary of Arkham House appropriately is commemorated with this revised and expanded version of the famous 1969 anthology, which brings together many authors associated with the company's early years, plus younger writers who have come under the spell of Lovecraft' ... read more

 

Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos
Twenty tales of horror and the macabre many from the pages of Weird Tales Magazine, all based on the creative Cthulhu Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft. Many of these stories written by close associates of Mr. Lovecraft including August Derleth, Clark Ashton Smith, and o ... read more

 

The White Sybil and Other Stories by Clark Ashton Smith
This new collection of short stories by legendary fantasy writer Clark Ashton Smith presents no less than sixteen classic works, ranging from dreamlike prose poems to sublime short stories. ... read more

 

The Black Diamonds by Clark Ashton Smith

At the age of fourteen, Clark Ashton Smith wrote an Arabian Nights adventure novel called The Black Diamonds. At nearly 90,000 words, it is the longest work of fiction he would ever write in his long career. The thrilling and fast-paced story of seventeenth-cen ... read more

 

The Double Shadow by Clark Ashton Smith
A collection of six stories ranging from contemporary horror to weird alternate-world fantasy, it remains a fascinating introduction and showcase to his decadently jeweled prose. ... read more

 

The Maker of Gargoyles and Other Stories by Clark Ashton Smith
Clark Ashton Smith was a prodigy, who wrote Arabian Nights novels in his mid-teens and was heralded as a major voice in American poetry by the time he was nineteen. In one frantic burst in the middle 1930s, he wrote nearly a hundred strange, wondrous, and grotesque stories, most of which were published in Weird Tales, Strange Tales, Wonder Stories, and other pulps, but he was by no means a conventional pulp writer. ... read more

 

Replica: Magic Carpet July 1933 by Magic Carpet

Continuing the tradition of Oriental Stories, this issue of Magic Carpet Magazine includes:

"Pearls from Macao", by H. Bedford Jones. Cina Sea -- thrilling adventure and romance on a wrecked treasure ship.

"The Lion ... read more

 

 

Search the Vintage Library

Search by Partial Author Name:

Search by Partial Title: