The Conan and Robert E. Howard Website
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My ear is bent to you... Aye, as it should be!
as of the 17th of September, 2006
A few notes about the page counter:
Although the counter has just started, or rather restarted, I was able to access some site statistics for the last twelve month period and it looks like The Barbarian Keep is getting about 115,000 visits per year. As one person can visit the web site many times, this number does not mean there are 115,000 people visiting the web site... I think. Regardless, I extend my sincerest thanks to those of you who find this web site informative, entertaining, and enjoyable; and I hope you will continue to help me spread the word about our classic author, Robert E. Howard, and his magnificient creations (including Conan).
Submissions: The original intent for creating the Barbarian Keep was to present factual, necessary, and helpful information about Robert E. Howard and his work to the public. As such, this web site has never truly been merely a forum to exclusively present my own work. If the subject was essential to Howard studies, then the idea was to present it here. The literary and biographical issues surrounding Howard's life and work were and are the most important to address, but other information (especially if it was helpful to budding fans and scholars) is certainly appropriate to make available here. Take a look at the kind of articles presented at the Barbarian Keep. If you have or know of something that might fit here, please feel welcome to suggest I add it to the web site.
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related web sites in order to offer the best page of links on the internet regarding
Robert E. Howard.
The Barbarian Keep was created by Edward Waterman in 1996. Unless otherwise noted all pages herein are copyrighted © 1996-2006 Edward A. Waterman. Permission to reproduce the content in these pages is granted for non-profit and educational use with the proviso that due credit for authorship and source is given for the material, all other rights are reserved.