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Ultimate Klark-ash-ton
Posted by: OConnor,CD (IP Logged)
Date: 21 July, 2013 10:50AM
In every ones humble opinion, what books containing Clark's work-stories, poems and letters- are the best? By best I mean faithful to Clark's original design: wording, unabridged, maybe even pictures he may have envisioned to compliment the works. I want to complete my Klark-ash-ton collection. Reading him has helped me greatly in furthering my vocabulary. He should be a required read in public schools (if you catch my drift).

Re: Ultimate Klark-ash-ton
Posted by: calonlan (IP Logged)
Date: 4 September, 2013 06:17PM
Hey Charles - as far as I know, the only book with photos is mine - "Sword of Zagan", including two photos I took (including the one in color that shows up here from time to time) - the art work is usually inspired by his atories or his art-work, and some actually use art by Clark - The original edition of Sandalwood had a beautifully done parchment cover.

Re: Ultimate Klark-ash-ton
Posted by: Jeff Gilleland (IP Logged)
Date: 22 September, 2013 02:29PM
The entire collected volumes of Night Shade Books is a must get in my opinion.



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