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LEE A. BREAKIRON'S
Call for New Members!
REHEAPA Second Series
Send Inquiries or E-Zines for:
21 JUNE 2012
(absolute deadline JULY 31, 2013)
for the Summer Solstice Posting
Do you have
a concept for a new REH-related fanzine or journal? Why not join our
groundbreaking and cyberspace-partaking venture in an APA for the new
millennium and publish your concept online in our first-of-its-kind, web-based, hypermedia APA. Consider this site as your "digital pulp" venue for
creative thoughts and concepts regarding the life and literary legacy of
America's great creator of heroic fantasy, initiator of the Sword & Sorcery genre, and most diverse writer of the age of Pulp.
Important Copyright Information
This site will archive a growing collection of e-zines, e-notes, and e-journals from the members of the association, all relevant to the work of Robert Ervin Howard (1906-1936). This enterprise, an "electronic" APA, is patterned after the successful print models of amateur press association, such as, of course, REHUPA. TheseAPAs have existed for many years in the print medium, but the advent of the internet, hypertext, and hypermedia invite the present format. The members of Robert-E-Howard: Electronic Amateur Press Association (REHeapa) hope you enjoy your examination of our contributing member e-journals.
We are into our SECOND SERIES of this online, open-to-the-world electronic APA. So the time is now to develop the concept for your publication, send inquiries to the editor, and/or simply submit your first issue. Assistance in making your vision WEB-READY is provided. you need not be an HTML or web page design guru to join. We can assist in formatting your journal or zine for web viewing
IMPORTANT NOTE: Lee Breakiron has done REVISIONS of THE NEMEDIAN CHRONICLERS #s 3, 4, 5, and 6 AND the new issue THE NEMEDIAN CHRONICLERS NEW #s 10, and 11 are NOW AVAILABLE as a PDF download (see the left margin for access to all journals from all contributors).
NOW AVAILABLE: Coffman Street: Poems for Robert E. Howard
by Frank Coffman
Important Note: Lee Breakiron's important bibliographical journal The Nemedian Chroniclers is now being distributed in PDF format inclusive of graphics, pictures of zine covers, etc. His issue #s 1-6 and the new #7 are available NOW! (see the menu to the left).
Important Note: Gary Romeo's continuation of his zine, SAND ROUGHS is available in online (html) format His new issue #11 is available NOW! (see the menu to the left).
REHeapa is currently seeking new members (several spaces available). See the Rules and Regulations for the method of formalizing membership. First come, first to be named new members. Those following completion of the Active Membership limit of 12 will be Wait Listed, but the first three on the wait list will be allowed to post their contributions as Associate Members, so as many as 15 e-zines/e-journals will be potentially available at each seasonal posting.
We hope you enjoy our efforts in ongoing studies of the life and literary work of REH, and will consider taking part in this new-millennial activity. At least we hope that you will drop by often to explore the many and various perspectives on our favorite author. The Official Posting will be made available quarterly on the Vernal Equinox, Summer Solstice, Autumnal Equinox, and Winter Solstice. There are three levels of posings: free public access, subscribers and active members, and members only. All of the journal postings thus far have been Level One: Open to the Browsing Public / Free Access. The Posting Comments section - talk among Active Members about their respective contributions and about the business of the Association is done in the Members Only area.
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