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Although not formalised and acknowledged as a mythos per se, Lovecraft did correspond with contemporary writers ( Clark Ashton Smith, Robert E. Howard, Robert Bloch, Frank Belknap Long, Henry Kuttner, and Fritz Lieber – a group referred to as the " Lovecraft Circle ") – and shared story elements: Robert E. Howard's character Friedrich Von Junzt reads Lovecraft's Necronomicon in the short story " The Children of the Night " ( 1931 ), and in turn Lovecraft mentions Howard's Unaussprechlichen Kulten in the stories " Out of the Aeons " ( 1935 ) and " The Shadow Out of Time " ( 1936 ).
Derleth expanded the boundaries of the Mythos by including any passing reference to another author's story elements by Lovecraft as part of the genre: just as Lovecraft made passing reference to Clark Ashton Smith's Book of Eibon, Derleth in turn added Smith's Ubbo-Sathla to the Mythos.
Clark Ashton Smith ( 13 January 1893 – 14 August 1961 ) was a self-educated American poet, sculptor, painter and author of fantasy, horror and science fiction short stories.
With studied playfulness, Smith and Lovecraft borrowed each other's coinages of place names and the names of strange gods for their stories, though so different is Smith's treatment of the Lovecraft theme that it has been dubbed the ' Clark Ashton Smythos '.
Many examples are reproduced in Dennis Rickard's The Fantastic Art of Clark Ashton Smith ( Baltimore, MD: The Mirage Press, 1973 ).
* The Collected Fantasies of Clark Ashton Smith 5-volume work
* The Complete Poetry and Translations of Clark Ashton Smith ( 3 vols )
* The Last Oblivion: Best Fantastic Poems of Clark Ashton Smith
* The Shadow of the Unattained: Letters of George Sterling and Clark Ashton Smith
* The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith
* The Black Book of Clark Ashton Smith
* Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith
* Smith, Clark Ashton.
* List of works by Clark Ashton Smith
" Collecting Clark Ashton Smith ".
Clark Ashton Smith: Beauty Is for the Few ,” chapter 2 in Emperors of Dreams: Some Notes on Weird Poetry.
" The Clark Ashton Smythos " in Price, Robert M. ( ed ).
Clark Ashton Smith.
The Tales of Clark Ashton Smith: A Bibliography.
The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith.
* Haefele, John D. " Far from Time: Clark Ashton Smith, August Derleth, and Arkham House.
* Lost Worlds: The Journal of Clark Ashton Smith Studies, Seele Brennt Publications.
Special Clark Ashton Smith issue, 96 pp. ( 1973 )
Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith.

Clark and Smith
The Shadow of the Unattained: The Letters of George Sterling and Clark Ashton Smith.
Emperor of Dreams: A Clark Ashton Smith Bibliography.

Clark and was
In the fall of 1878, the `` Popular Telegraph Line '' was established between Manchester and Factory Point by the owners, Paul W. Orvis, Henry Gray, J. N. Hard, and Clark J. Wait.
From 1896 until 1910 John H. Whipple was manager of Western Union at the Center in the drugstore he purchased from Clark Wait.
In his teens O'Banion was enrolled in the vicious Market Street gang and he became a singing waiter in McGovern's Cafe, a notoriously low and rowdy dive in North Clark Street, where befuddled customers were methodically looted of their money by the singing waiters before being thrown out.
During his college career, Dr. Clark was captain of his basketball team and was a football letterman.
As well as motor dealerships from Ford ( Greyhound ), Vauxhall & Chevrolet ( Accrington Garages ), the town was home to a Arnold Clark car dealer which closed down in 2010.
General Wesley Clark was Supreme Allied Commander of NATO and oversaw the mission.
In the comic, minor characters like Earl, Billy Bob, Clark Cobb, and Mistress Cora Anthrax would get repeated appearances ; Earl was quite regular, and Anthrax was in two issues and got to answer a letter's page.
Author Jerome Clark argues that the Jacko Affair, involving an 1884 newspaper report of an apelike creature captured in British Columbia, was a hoax.
The latter trip was extremely rainy, which led Sir James Clark, the Queen's physician, to recommend Deeside for its more healthy climate.
Pivotal to this merging was the successful development of treatments for panic disorder by David M. Clark in the UK and David H. Barlow in the US.
Though the King James Version ( KJV ) was always commonly used, it was officially adopted in the 1950s when J. Reuben Clark, of the First Presidency, argued extensively that newer translations, such as Revised Standard Version of 1952, were of lower quality and less compatible with LDS tradition.
The Cubs couldn't overcome the efforts of Will Clark, whose home run off Maddux, just after a managerial visit to the mound, led Maddux to think Clark knew what pitch was coming.
* Miller / Clark chronology — A Probable Outline of Conan's Career ( 1936 ) was the first effort to put the tales in chronological order.
Completed by P. Schuyler Miller and John D. Clark, the chronology was later revised by Clark and L. Sprague de Camp in An Informal Biography of Conan the Cimmerian ( 1952 ).
It was heavily influenced by the Miller / Clark / de Camp chronologies, though it departed from them in a number of idiosyncratic instances.
From his first introduction in 1938 to the mid-1980s, " Clark Kent " was seen mostly as a disguise for Superman, enabling him to mix with ordinary people.
In 1986, during John Byrne's revamping of the character, the emphasis was on Superman being the manufactured persona of Clark Kent, the side of the character he most identifies with.
In the earliest Superman comics, Clark Kent's primary purpose was to fulfill the perceived dramatic requirement that a costumed superhero cannot remain on full duty all the time.

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