The Golden Age of Weird Fiction MEGAPACK™ series celebrates Clark Ashton Smith with 17 of his classic fantasy & horror stories! Included here are:
THE ABOMINATIONS OF YONDO
THE THIRD EPISODE OF VATHEK
THE CHARNEL GOD
THE COLOSSUS OF YLOURGNE
THE CHAIN OF AFORGOMON
THE BLACK ABBOT OF PUTHUUM
THE VOYAGE OF KING EUVORAN
THE MAZE OF THE ENCHANTER
THE DOUBLE... [click here for more]
Clark Ashton Smith -- widely regarded as the third of the "Big Three" to emerge from the early days of the pulp magazine Weird Tales (after H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard) -- published dozens of weird fantasy tales
"The Abominations of Yondo" is one of his finest.
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Clark Ashton Smith (1893-1961) was a self-educated American poet, sculptor, painter, and author of fantasy, horror, and science fiction short stories. He achieved early local recognition, largely through the enthusiasm of George Sterling, for traditional verse in the vein of Swinburne.
As a poet, Smith is grouped with the West Coast Romantics (alongside Ambrose Bierce, Joaquin Miller, Sterling, Nora... [click here for more]
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... [click here for more]
Long before the association with "Weird Tales" magazine and H.P. Lovecraft that led to his enduring fame, Clark Ashton Smith was a well-regarded regional poet whose tastes ran to the romantic and the fantastic.
This collection of poems -- originally published in 1918 -- presents some of his best early work.
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