R.E.H.

R.E.H.

Robert H. Barlow / Nov 30, 2020
R E H This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery
  • Title: R.E.H.
  • Author: Robert H. Barlow
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers You may find it for free on the web Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
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      • Robert H. Barlow

        Robert Hayward Barlow was an American author, avant garde poet, anthropologist and historian of early Mexico, and expert in the Nahuatl language.Barlow spent much of his youth at Fort Benning, Georgia, where his father, Colonel E D Barlow, was stationed around 1932 Col Barlow received a medical discharge and settled his family in the small town of DeLand, in central Florida Family difficulties later forced Barlow to move to Washington, D.C and Kansas.Barlow had been a friend of writers H P Lovecraft and Robert E Howard since he was 13 He collaborated with Lovecraft on six stories, and Lovecraft made several extended visits to the young Barlow at his home in De Land, Florida.Barlow was interested in printing and after becoming involved in the early fan scene relating to fantasy and science fiction, published several important journals The Dragon Fly two issues Oct 15, 1935 and May 15, 1936 and Leaves two issues Summer 1937 Winter 1938 39 He was also proprietor of his imprint, the Dragon Fly Press Cassia, Florida and under that imprint published two important works by members of the Lovecraft Circle The Goblin Tower the first verse collection by Frank Belknap Long Lovecraft helped Barlow set the type for this and The Cats of Ulthar, a story by H.P Lovecraft.Barlow s fiction career was interrupted in 1937 by a variety of circumstances, including the death of his friend and mentor Lovecraft, and his own uprooting from Florida because of family troubles As late as 1938 he edited Lovecraft s Notes and Commonplace Book and in 1943 lent assistance to the first bibliography of Lovecraft by Francis T Laney and William H Evans His poignant memoir of Lovecraft, The Wind That is in the Grass can be found in Marginalia Arkham House, 1944.


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