Organization: The Pavilion posts should be brief (no fewer than 400 words; no more than 650). A sub-goal of posts will be to remind readers of the archive of nonfiction resources available that treat Howard (specifically resources that may have been forgotten or are currently neglected).
Style: The style of the posts can range from academic to conversational.
Editorial policy, proofs, and changes: The blog editor(s) will cut longer blog post submissions to meet the approximate 500 word requirement. Additionally, blog submissions may be edited before publishing (proofreading, sentence-level clarity, etc.). Although writers will not be given pre-publication proofs of posts, they should not hesitate to contact the editor(s) if changes need to be made after posting.
Rights and CC License: Writers retain all copyrights. In lieu of copyright, writers will be asked to license their posts to The Pavilion under the following Creative Commons license: "Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA." Under this CC license, writers authorize The Pavilion editors to share their work with readers of the blog as well as make cosmetic editorial changes such as proofreading; however, The Pavilion cannot use this work commercially. (Archive note: posts will be archived but can be removed if the author requests their removal).
Author bio: In addition to the post, writers should include a brief bio (no fewer than 50 words; these words do not count toward word limit). Include references to projects you are working on or would like to promote.
Art policy: Except in cases where art is being analyzed or the writer can provide original, high-quality art, this will be a text-only blog. If art is included, permissions must be obtained.
Post Oaks and Sand Roughs
One Who Walked Alone
Howard’s Young Reading
Jack London and Robert E. Howard
Robert E. Howard and Texas Mythology
The Economics of Howard’s Stories
The Horror of Robert E. Howard
Robert E. Howard and Rendering Sorcery
Robert E. Howard and Oil
The Prose Style of Robert E. Howard’s Action Scenes
Robert E. Howard and Boxing
Robert E. Howard and Reading History
The Young Friends of Robert E. Howard
The Life Philosophy of Conan the Cimmerian
The Poetry of Robert E. Howard
Robert E. Howard and the Jazz Age
Robert E. Howard and Blades
Robert E. Howard and Genres
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