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Klarkash-Ton and Monstro Ligriv

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Previously unpublished poems and art by Clark Ashton Smith and Virgil Finlay, including Smith's correspondence with Finlay in 1937 following the death of H.P. Lovecraft. Limited to 500 numbered copies.
Paperback, First
Published 1974 by De La Ree
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Beautiful and rare edition. Collection of poems and artwork by Clark Ashton Smith and Virgil Finlay. Both brilliant artists to the highest degree.
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Clark Ashton Smith was a poet, sculptor, painter and author of fantasy, horror and science fiction short stories. It is for these stories, and his literary friendship with H. P. Lovecraft from 1922 until Lovecraft's death in 1937, that he is mainly remembered today. With Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard, also a friend and correspondent, Smith remains one of the most famous contributors to the pulp ...more
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