Robert E. Howard - Cthulhu - The Mythos and Kindred Horror (Bean 1987) - Edited & Introduced by David Drake
Introduction (Cthulhu: The Mythos and Kindred Horrors) • (1987) • essay by David Drake Arkham • (1932) poem The Black Stone (1931) The Fire of Asshurbanipal (1936) The Thing on the Roof (1932) Dig Me No Grave (1937) Silence Falls on Mecca's Walls poem The Valley of the Worm (1934) The Shadow of the Beast (1977) Old Garfield's Heart (1933) People of the Dark (1932) Worms of the Earth (1932) Pigeons from Hell An Open Window poem
This has a nice cover and a rather general foreword which concentrates on a mini-bio and not on Howard´s Mythos work which always struck me as strange.
All the usual suspects here. Personally I prefer Dig me no Grave over Pigeons from Hell which somehow has become THE Howard horror story. And of course The Black Stone which is for me THE Howard Mythos tale. His von Junzt is for me one of his greatest characters, maybe because it seems so bizarre that a guy in Texas created a German magician connected to a city I know well.