Tag Archives: Brian Leno

Rediscovered: Edwin Baird Inscription

It’s Autograph Hound Saturday again, and we all know the biggest Autograph Hound making paw prints on These Mean Streets is none other than Brian Leno. Given this opportunity to display a few of the John Hancocks in his trove, … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: The Full Belknapius

Then again, I could start a regular Autograph Hound Super-Sunday feature. . . . Brian Leno’s mention yesterday that he picked up his Alfred Galpin/Frank Belknap Long item from the Necronomicon Press catalog of Long’s last library reminded me of something. Leno isn’t … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Galpinius and Mrs. Galpinius

Every now and then I think I ought to start a regular feature like some blogs do — call it, in imagination, Autograph Hound Saturdays. And only because I know that Arch-Autograph Hound Brian Leno, whose holdings I’m sure could … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Dodging Apache Torture and Other Incidents of a Life Fully Lived

You know Brian Leno, mention stuff like Edgar Rice Burroughs and the disconcerting torture techniques of the Apache, and instantly he starts thinking about Frederick Russell Burnham. Doesn’t everyone? Here’s Brian with some thoughts for today: Recently I read A Splendid Savage: … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Rejections (W)right Up to the End

You know that Brian Leno loves to jump in on new litcrit as it breaks here on the Mean Streets. And you know that above all the dude is a stone-cold, steely-eyed Autograph Hound. All the ruminating in re: Farnsworth … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: On a Postcard, Halloween 1944

Brian Leno reports in bright and early from behind the lines, after another raid on his autograph collection: “Was going to send you this image sometime back, but never got around to doing it. “Sorry about the blurry picture — … Continue reading

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Two-Gun Bob: Brian Leno, Reporting Ringside

Whoa. Courtesy the production wizards over at The Cimmerian Press, yesterday Brian Leno popped out his second TriplePunchPack — Ringside with Robert E. Howard. Just an appetizer against the full feedbag of the book he’s working on, an in-depth look … Continue reading

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Sinister Cinema: Derleth and The Tube

Not to be left out of the Derleth Anniversary action thundering around the internet, Brian Leno sends in some start-of-the-day thoughts. Take it, Brian:   The other night I watched Night Gallery and the episode was “The Doll” by Algernon … Continue reading

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Two-Gun Bob: Sherlock Leno

Leno giveth, and Leno taketh away. Biblical. First Brian alerts me to the fact that REHupa mailings from the estate of Carl Osman are on the block at eBay (some with deadlines today). Now he sends at least tentative proof that … Continue reading

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Two-Gun Bob: The “Great Extinction” Clock

Okay. I’m calling it. Time to set the clock on the Great Extinction Event. I was thinking about what little note to post today in acknowledgment of the birth of Robert E. Howard one hundred and thirteen years ago, when Brian Leno — … Continue reading

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