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Clark Ashton Smith

in: Bleiler, E. F., ed. Supernatural Fiction Writers. New York: Scribner's, 1985. pp.875-882.

Clark Ashton Smith

in: Bleiler, E. F., ed. Science Fiction Writers. New York: Scribners, 1982. pp. 139-144.

Clark Ashton Smith (essay)

in: Ruber, Peter, ed. Arkham's Masters of Horror. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House, 2000. p. 53-61.

Clark Ashton Smith dies at 68

Science Fiction Times No. 368:3. August 1962.

Clark Ashton Smith Obituary

Sword and Sorcery No. 7: 59. April 2006. (Reprinted from Science Fiction Times, August 1961.)

Clark Ashton Smith's Lost Sonnet

Studies in Weird Fiction No. 2: 27-29. Summer 1987.

Clark Ashton Smith,

in: Authors & Artists for Young Adults, Volume 76. Farmington Hills, MI: Gale Group, 2008. p. 103-111.

Clark Ashton Smith, Artist and Sculptor

Fantasy: A Forum for Science Fiction and Fantasy Artists. 2(4): 8-11. Winter 1980.

Clark Ashton Smith, Virgin

Studies in Weird Fiction No. 18: 34-36. Winter 1996.

Clark Ashton Smith: Master of the Macabre

Studies in Weird Fiction No. 19: 8-15. Summer 1996.

Clark Ashton Smith: A Checklist

Firsts: The Book Collector's Magazine 10(10): 38-39. October 2000.

Clark Ashton Smith: A Note on the Aesthetics of Fantasy

in: Connors, Scott, ed. The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2006. p. 195-199. (Reprinted from Nyctolops 7, 1972)

Clark Ashton Smith: An Autobiogaphette,

The Fantasy Fan 2(3): 34. November 1934. (Whole No. 15)

Clark Ashton Smith: Emperor of Dreams

Etchings and Odysseys No. 10: 19-21. 1987.

Clark Ashton Smith: Master of the Macabre

in: Connors, Scott, ed. The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2006. p. 168-179. (Reprinted from Studies in Weird Fiction 19, 1996.)

Clark Ashton Smith’s Nero

in: Connors, Scott, ed. The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2006. p. 124-131. (Reprint, 2001)

Collecting Clark Ashton Smith

Firsts: The Book Collector's Magazine 10(10): 26-37. October 2000.

Coming in from the Cold: Incursions of Outsideness in Hyperborea

in: Connors, Scott, ed. The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2006. p. 259-277. (Reprinted from Studies in Fantasy Literature 1, 2004)

Communicable Mysteries: The Last True Symbolist

in: Connors, Scott, ed. The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2006. p. 90-98. (Reprinted from Lost Worlds 2, 2005)

Contemporary Reviews of Clark Ashton Smith

in: Connors, Scott, ed. The Freedom of Fantastic Things: Selected Criticism on Clark Ashton Smith. New York: Hippocampus Press, 2006. p. 34-70. (Reprints)

Die, Black Dog: A Look at Racism in Fantasy Literature

in: Ganley, W. Paul, ed. Toadstool Wine: a Collection of Fantasy and Horror from Six Independent Magazines. Buffalo, NY: A. S. P., 1975. p. 14-15. (A reprint is available online, with a short author's afterword on the essay: http://reindeermotel.com/CHARLES/charles_blog42_dieblackdog2.html)

Double shadow: the influence of Clark Ashton Smith, The

in: Underwood, Tim, and Miller, Chuck, eds. Jack Vance. New York: Taplinger, 1980. pp. 87-102.

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