Clark Ashton Smith | notes

Notes

  1. ^ Thomas, G. W. "A Reader's Guide to Sword & Sorcery S-V". Archived from the original on May 28, 2010. Retrieved September 27, 2012.
  2. ^ de Camp 1976, p. 206
  3. ^ Eldritchdark.com
  4. ^ de Camp 1976, p. 197-98
  5. ^ Behrends 1990, p. 5
  6. ^ de Camp 1976, p. 200
  7. ^ Schultz & Connors 2003, p. xix
  8. ^ Smith, Clark Ashton (1922). Ebony and Crystal: Poems in Verse and Prose. Auburn, California.
  9. ^ Murray 1990
  10. ^ de Camp 1976, p. 203
  11. ^ Brian Stableford, "Clark Ashton Smith" in David Pringle (ed), St James Guide to Fantasy Writers, Detroit MI: St James Press, 1996, pp.529-30
  12. ^ Steve Behrends. "The Song of the Necromancer: 'Loss' in Clark Ashton Smith's Fiction". Studies in Weird Fiction 1, No 1 (Summer 1986), 3–12.
  13. ^ Haefele 2010, p.170
  14. ^ Alan Gullette
  15. ^ Haefele 2010, p.172
  16. ^ Harvey, Ryan (April 9, 2008). "The Fantasy Cycles of Clark Ashton Smith PART III: Tales of Zothique". Black Gate. Retrieved September 16, 2013.
  17. ^ Many examples are reproduced in Dennis Rickard (1973). The Fantastic Art of Clark Ashton Smith. Baltimore: The Mirage Press.
  18. ^ "Gallery of Art by Clark Ashton Smith". December 30, 2009. Retrieved October 29, 2012.
  19. ^ "Past Projects". Retrieved September 18, 2013. There is mention here of Azathoth productions, a filmmaking group within the [Horror Fantasy Society]. This group produced the unfinished short film "The Double Shadow" (based on the Clark Ashton Smith story)...
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