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Clark Ashton Smith (1893–1961)

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Works by Clark Ashton Smith

The End of the Story (2007) 391 copies
The Emperor of Dreams (1926) 266 copies
Zothique (1970) 265 copies
Hyperborea (1971) 203 copies
Poseidonis (1973) 146 copies
Genius Loci and Other Tales (1948) 141 copies
Xiccarph (1972) 118 copies
The Abominations of Yondo (1960) 116 copies
Lost Worlds (1944) 106 copies
Out of Space and Time (1942) 99 copies
The Tsathoggua Cycle (2005) — Contributor — 97 copies
Lost Worlds: Volume 2 (1974) 95 copies
The Monster of the Prophecy (1983) 62 copies
Tales of Zothique (1995) 61 copies
The Book of Hyperborea (1996) 53 copies
Other Dimensions (1970) 52 copies
The Klarkash-Ton Cycle (2008) 50 copies
The Black Diamonds (2002) 43 copies
Selected Poems (1971) 37 copies
Viimeinen hieroglyfi (1994) 32 copies
The Hashish-Eater (1989) 30 copies
Other Dimensions (1970) 30 copies
The Averoigne Chronicles (2016) 26 copies
Other Dimensions Volume 2 (1970) 20 copies
Renegade Swords (2020) — Contributor — 20 copies
Poems in prose (1965) 19 copies
Savage Heroes: Tales of Sorcery and Black Magic (1977) — Contributor — 19 copies
De kolos van Ylourgne (1971) 16 copies
Spells and Philtres (1958) 13 copies
The Charnel God (1934) 13 copies
The Black Abbot of Puthuum (1936) 12 copies
Xeethra (1934) 12 copies
De gewelven van Yoh-Vombis (1975) 11 copies
The Flower-Women (1935) 10 copies
The Invisible City (2012) 9 copies
As It Is Written (1982) 9 copies
Necropolis (2001) 9 copies
Der Planet der Toten (1971) 9 copies
The Beast of Averoigne (1933) 9 copies
The Chain Of Aforgomon (2014) 9 copies
An Adventure in Futurity (2013) 8 copies
Ubbo-sathla (1933) 8 copies
The Plutonian Drug (2011) 8 copies
The Demon of the Flower (2011) 8 copies
The Hunters From Beyond (1932) 7 copies
Morthylla (1953) 7 copies
The Weaver In The Vault (1934) 7 copies
Das Haupt der Medusa (1996) 6 copies
Phoenix (2011) 6 copies
Necromancy In Naat (1936) 6 copies
The Tomb-Spawn (1934) 6 copies
The Death Of Malygris (1934) 6 copies
The Isle Of The Torturers (1933) 6 copies
The Seven Geases (1934) 6 copies
The Ghost of Mohammed Din (2014) 5 copies
Odes and Sonnets (2010) 5 copies
An Offering To The Moon (1953) 5 copies
The Willow Landscape (1933) 5 copies
Symposium of the Gorgon (1958) 5 copies
Marooned In Andromeda (2011) 4 copies
Seedling of Mars [short story] (1931) — Author — 4 copies
Vulthoom [short story] (1935) 4 copies
The Gorgon (1932) 4 copies
Sadastor [poem] 4 copies
The Boiling Point (1986) — Contributor — 4 copies
Sandalwood (1925) 4 copies
Genius Loci [short story] (1933) 4 copies
Averoigne (2003) 4 copies
A Good Embalmer (1989) 3 copies
The Kiss of Zoraida (1933) 3 copies
Told in the Desert (1964) 3 copies
Gonosz mesék (2013) 3 copies
Sarki regék (2017) 3 copies
The Ghoul (1934) 3 copies
The Malay Krise 3 copies
Zothique : Douze contes (1978) 3 copies
A Star-Change 3 copies
The Satyr (2014) 3 copies
Afterwards 2 copies
Cuentos De Averoigne (2021) 2 copies
A sír szava (2004) 2 copies
L'empire des nécromants (1986) 2 copies
The Scroll Of Morloc (1975) 2 copies
The Mahout 2 copies
The Parrot 2 copies
The Mandrakes 2 copies
The Flirt 2 copies
Double Cosmos 2 copies
A Copy of Burns 2 copies
Checkmate 2 copies
Something New 2 copies
The Mortuary [poem] (1971) 2 copies
Iperborea e oltre (2023) 2 copies
Die Treppe in der Gruft [Kurzgeschichte] (1976) — Author — 2 copies
Tales from Atlantis (2006) 2 copies
Mimo prostor a čas (2018) 1 copy
Neizmjerni užas (2016) 1 copy
Metà A metà B — Author — 1 copy
December 1 copy
Nero (1964) 1 copy
Inferno 1 copy
La Gorgone (1989) 1 copy
Fakhreddin 1 copy
Bibliography 1 copy
Chinoiserie (1931) 1 copy
Tales of Averoigne (2012) 1 copy

Associated Works

Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos (1989) — Contributor — 987 copies
The Penguin Book of Vampire Stories (1987) — Contributor — 887 copies
The Weird: A Compendium of Strange and Dark Stories (2011) — Contributor — 821 copies
The Oxford Book of Gothic Tales (1992) — Contributor — 538 copies
American Supernatural Tales (2007) — Contributor — 443 copies
100 Ghastly Little Ghost Stories (1993) — Contributor — 339 copies
H.P. Lovecraft's Book of Horror (1993) — Contributor — 308 copies
100 Wicked Little Witch Stories (1995) — Contributor — 276 copies
Weird Tales (1988) — Contributor — 266 copies
Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, Vol. 1 (1971) — Author — 253 copies
100 Great Fantasy Short, Short Stories (1984) — Contributor — 247 copies
Tales of the Lovecraft Mythos (1992) — Contributor — 211 copies
The Oxford Book of Fantasy Stories (1994) — Contributor — 191 copies
100 Wild Little Weird Tales (1994) — Contributor — 187 copies
100 Creepy Little Creature Stories (1994) — Contributor — 183 copies
The Phantom of the Opera and Other Gothic Tales (2018) — Contributor — 181 copies
The Big Book of Classic Fantasy (2019) — Contributor — 166 copies
The Mammoth Book of Sorcerers' Tales (2004) — Contributor — 161 copies
The Mammoth Book of Fantasy (2001) — Contributor — 147 copies
Weird Tales: 32 Unearthed Terrors (1988) — Contributor — 143 copies
Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos (1969) — Author — 139 copies
The Young Magicians (1969) — Contributor — 139 copies
Lovecraft Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) (2017) — Contributor — 136 copies
A Treasury of Modern Fantasy (1981) — Contributor — 129 copies
The Dark Horse Book of Witchcraft (2004) — Contributor — 126 copies
The Spawn Of Cthulhu (1971) — Contributor — 124 copies
The Big Book of Adventure Stories (2011) — Contributor — 115 copies
The Book of Eibon (2001) — Contributor — 114 copies
Beyond Belief (1966) — Contributor — 114 copies
New Worlds for Old (1971) — Contributor — 101 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 3 (1977) — Contributor — 101 copies
The Pulps: Fifty Years of American Pop Culture (1886) — Contributor — 100 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 2 (1976) — Contributor — 99 copies
The Spell of Seven (1965) — Contributor — 96 copies
American Fantastic Tales: Boxed Set (2009) — Contributor — 92 copies
Catastrophes! (1981) — Contributor — 89 copies
Time to Come (1954) — Contributor — 88 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories (1980) — Contributor — 86 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 4 (1978) — Contributor — 84 copies
The Mammoth Book of Fantasy All-Time Greats (1983) — Contributor — 81 copies
The Other Side of the Moon (1949) 80 copies
65 Great Spine Chillers (1988) — Contributor — 80 copies
Légendes du mythe de Cthulhu : L'Appel de Cthulhu (1928) — Contributor — 79 copies
Heroic Fantasy Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) (2017) — Contributor — 79 copies
Between Time and Terror (1995) — Contributor — 78 copies
Werewolf! A Chrestomathy of Lycanthropy (1979) — Contributor — 74 copies
The Apes of Wrath (2013) — Contributor — 66 copies
Masters of Fantasy (1992) — Contributor — 65 copies
The World's Greatest Horror Stories (1994) — Contributor — 64 copies
100 Twisted Little Tales of Torment (1998) — Contributor — 64 copies
Swords & Sorcery (1963) — Contributor — 62 copies
Worlds of Weird (1965) — Author — 62 copies
The Year's Best Fantasy Stories: 11 (1985) — Contributor — 61 copies
Warlocks and Warriors (1970) — Contributor — 60 copies
100 Astounding Little Alien Stories (1996) — Contributor — 59 copies
Weird Tales, No. 1 (1980) — Contributor — 59 copies
Beachheads in Space (1952) — Contributor, some editions — 53 copies
The Century's Best Horror Fiction Volume 1 (2011) — Contributor — 51 copies
Girls Night Out: Twenty-nine Female Vampire Stories (1997) — Contributor — 48 copies
100 Fiendish Little Frightmares (1997) — Contributor — 46 copies
Tomorrow Bites (1995) — Contributor — 44 copies
Weird Tales, No. 3 (1981) — Contributor — 40 copies
Weird Words: A Lovecraftian Lexicon (2009) — Contributor — 39 copies
Hauntings and Horrors: Ten Grisly Tales (1969) — Contributor — 38 copies
American Gothic Short Stories (2019) — Contributor — 35 copies
Over the Edge (1964) — Contributor — 34 copies
H.P. LOVECRAFT: Four Decades of Criticism (1980) — Contributor — 34 copies
100 Tiny Tales of Terror (1996) — Contributor — 33 copies
Weird Legacies (1977) — Contributor — 33 copies
Eight Strange Tales (1972) — Contributor — 33 copies
Epic Fantasy Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) (2019) — Contributor — 33 copies
Velhojen valtakunta (1989) — Contributor — 31 copies
The Undead (1971) — Contributor — 31 copies
Sea-Cursed: Thirty Terrifying Tales of the Deep (1994) — Contributor — 30 copies
Sense of Wonder: A Century of Science Fiction (2011) — Contributor — 30 copies
The Magic of Atlantis (1970) — Contributor — 30 copies
The Red Brain: Great Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos (2017) — Author, some editions — 30 copies
Shangri-La (1982) — Contributor, some editions — 29 copies
Rod Serling's Night Gallery Reader (1987) — Contributor — 29 copies
Strange Ecstasies (1973) — Contributor — 28 copies
Outoja tarinoita 4 (1992) 27 copies
Swords Against Darkness (2016) — Contributor — 27 copies
Dark of the Moon: Poems of Fantasy and the Macabre (1947) — Contributor — 26 copies
Weird Tales, No. 4 (1983) — Contributor — 26 copies
Weird Tales, No. 2 (1980) — Contributor — 25 copies
A Dying Planet Short Stories (Gothic Fantasy) (2020) — Contributor — 25 copies
The Weird Fiction Megapack: 25 Stories from Weird Tales (2014) — Contributor — 24 copies
More Weird Tales (1976) — Contributor — 23 copies
Mustan jumalan suudelma (1993) — Contributor — 22 copies
Outoja tarinoita 1 (1924) 21 copies
And the Darkness Falls (1946) — Contributor — 21 copies
Kingdoms of Sorcery: An Anthology of Adult Fantasy (1976) — Contributor — 21 copies
In Space No One Can Hear You Scream (2013) — Contributor — 20 copies
Le livre d'or de la Science-Fiction : Le manoir des roses (1978) — Contributor — 20 copies
ROOTS OF EVIL: BEYOND THE SECRET LIFE OF PLANTS (1976) — Contributor — 17 copies
Back from the Dead (1991) — Contributor — 16 copies
Lost Worlds, Unknown Horizons (1978) — Contributor — 16 copies
Fire and Sleet and Candlelight: New Poems of the Macabre (1961) — Contributor — 16 copies
The Wildside Book of Fantasy: 20 Great Tales of Fantasy (2012) — Contributor — 16 copies
De Cthulhu-mythologie : lovecraftiaanse verhalen (1974) — Contributor — 13 copies
Adventure Tales #1 (2004) — Contributor — 12 copies
Shapes of the Supernatural (1969) — Contributor — 11 copies
Lovecraftin lähteillä (1887) 10 copies
Tales of the Undead: Vampires and Visitants (1947) — Contributor, some editions — 9 copies
M Is for Monster: A Modern Bestiary of Classic Monsters (2011) — Contributor — 9 copies
Avon Fantasy Reader No. 9 (1949) — Contributor — 8 copies
Science Fiction Stories 23 (1973) — Contributor — 6 copies
The Sleeping and the Dead (1963) — Contributor — 5 copies
THE ARKHAM SAMPLER - VOL 1 No 4 Autumn 1948 (1948) — Contributor — 5 copies
The Unquiet Grave (1964) — Contributor — 4 copies
Adventure Tales #6 (2010) — Contributor — 4 copies
Adventure Tales #4 (2007) — Contributor — 3 copies
Weird Tales Volume 31 Number 6, June 1938 — Contributor — 3 copies
Startling Stories, January 1941 (1941) — Contributor — 3 copies
Weird Tales Volume 21 Number 4, April 1933 — Contributor — 3 copies
Weird Tales Volume 22 Number 1, July 1933 — Contributor — 3 copies
Weird Tales Volume 25 Number 1, January 1935 — Contributor — 3 copies
Chill to the Sunlight: Tropical Stories of the Macabre (1978) — Contributor — 3 copies
Bruin's Midnight Reader (2021) — Contributor, some editions — 3 copies
Adventure Tales #7: Classic Tales from the Pulps (2014) — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 30 Number 1, July 1937 — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 32 Number 1, July 1938 — Contributor — 2 copies
Horror gems. Volume 13 : Clark Ashton Smith and others (2017) — Contributor — 2 copies
Adventure Tales #3 (2006) — Contributor — 2 copies
Die Zaubergärten (1969) — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 31 Number 4, April 1938 — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 21 Number 2, February 1933 — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 20 Number 4, October 1932 — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 26 Number 5, November 1935 — Contributor — 2 copies
Wonder Stories, June 1932 — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 20 Number 5, November 1932 — Contributor — 2 copies
Weird Tales Volume 21 Number 3, March 1933 — Contributor — 1 copy
Donde Duermas, Eldorado? Y Otros Poemas — some editions — 1 copy

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Common Knowledge

Canonical name
Smith, Clark Ashton
Legal name
Smith, Clark Ashton
Other names
Herrigo, Clerigo
Gaylord, Timeus
Gallardo, Clerigo
des Laurieres, Christophe
Smith, C. Ashton
Birthdate
1893-01-13
Date of death
1961-08-14
Gender
male
Nationality
USA
Birthplace
Long Valley, California, USA
Place of death
Pacific Grove, California, USA
Cause of death
stroke
Places of residence
Auburn, California, USA
Pacific Grove, California, USA
Education
Long Valley School, California, USA
self taught
Occupations
sculptor
painter
poet
short story writer
fantasy writer
Relationships
Carol Dorman Jones (wife)
Agent
CASiana Enterprises
Short biography
Clark Ashton Smith (January 13, 1893 – August 14, 1961) was an American writer and artist. He achieved early local recognition, largely through the enthusiasm of George Sterling, for traditional verse in the vein of Swinburne. As a poet, Smith is grouped with the West Coast Romantics alongside Joaquin Miller, Sterling, and Nora May French and remembered as "The Last of the Great Romantics" and "The Bard of Auburn". Smith's work was praised by his contemporaries. H. P. Lovecraft stated that "in sheer daemonic strangeness and fertility of conception, Clark Ashton Smith is perhaps unexcelled", and Ray Bradbury said that Smith "filled my mind with incredible worlds, impossibly beautiful cities, and still more fantastic creatures".

Smith was one of "the big three of Weird Tales, with Robert E. Howard and H. P. Lovecraft", but some readers objected to his morbidness and violation of pulp traditions. The fantasy critic L. Sprague de Camp said of him that "nobody since Poe has so loved a well-rotted corpse." Smith was a member of the Lovecraft circle and his literary friendship with Lovecraft lasted from 1922 until Lovecraft's death in 1937. His work is marked by an extraordinarily rich and ornate vocabulary, a cosmic perspective and a vein of sardonic and sometimes ribald humor.

Of his writing style, Smith stated: "My own conscious ideal has been to delude the reader into accepting an impossibility, or series of impossibilities, by means of a sort of verbal black magic, in the achievement of which I make use of prose-rhythm, metaphor, simile, tone-color, counter-point, and other stylistic resources, like a sort of incantation."

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Clark Ashton Smith in The Weird Tradition (December 2011)

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beskamiltar | 1 other review | Apr 10, 2024 |
This collection published in the USA as part of the fantasy series edited by Lin Carter brought together the stories by Smith set in Atlantis and its remnants, and other lost lands such as Lemuria. This meant that I had already read quite a few of them in the Panther 1970s series books. These included "The Last Incantation", "The Death of Malygris", "The Double Shadow" and "A Voyage to Sfanomoë" of the Atlantian stories and "An Offering to the Moon" and "The Uncharted Isle" of the Lemuria and similar tales. Carter made up the material into book length by adding various assorted stories and poems which did not fit into any of the categories used in other Smith collections in his series so again "The Willow Landscape" was a previous read - however, I like this story except for the rather bathetic final paragraph- and "The Invisible City".

Overall I would rate this as a 3-star read as the stories I don't find interesting are balanced out by others I enjoyed.
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kitsune_reader | Nov 23, 2023 |
This collection of short stories is part two of a reprint of the first collection of Smith's work, published by Arkham House in 1941. These stories are less linked by their setting than in volume 1 and instead an attempt has been made to group them by theme, such as 'Judgments and Dooms'. Only the middle section stories share a setting of Smith's: in this case the mythical land of Hyperborea.

In some respects, I found the stories less satisfying than those in volume 1, as some are a bit 'so what' such as 'The Last Hieroglyph' - the sequence of events play themselves out to a long foreseen conclusion, and I wondered why the god had seen fit to summon those characters to their ends prematurely. 'Sadastor' is unusual in being a story told by a demon to cheer up a young lamia! 'The Death of Ilalotha' is a tale of the attractions of a woman, exerted sorcerously beyond the grave. 'Return of the Sorceror' provided some genuinely creepy moments until the reason why the narrator has been employed by a nervous recluse in an old house is revealed and I think over-egged: I would have found it more unsettling if the "noises off" which the narrator kept hearing were really caused by oversized rats.

The three stories in the Hyperborean section were the least successful for me as two of them had the 'so what' conclusions I had noted earlier. Only 'Ubbo-Sathla' provided more interest with its twist ending that the method used by a sorcerer to travel back in time to read certain stone carvings has the ironical result that the viewpoint shared by himself and his 1933 incarnation causes him to lack the intellectual capacity to even realise the original goal has been reached.

I enjoyed the stories in the last part of the book most. Under the heading 'Interplanetaries' is firstly 'The Monster of the Prophecy', a longer tale about a man who is taken to Antares by a being who has been living on Earth in the guise of a human. The alien society and eventual fate of the man, who is not told the real reason for his being saved from a suicide brought on by depression, has an interesting twist and - rarely for Smith - a happy ending.

I especially liked 'The Vaults of Yoh-Vombis' which is set on Smith's version of Mars, encountered in other collections: a Mars with just breathable air and the remnants of ancient civilisations, including a still-existing race. Two members of this race act as guides to a team of human archaeologists who want to explore a remote ruined city left behind mysteriously by an earlier Martian race. Being a modern reader rather than the 1930s readership who would originally have read these tales, one particular aspect acted as a spoiler as soon as the narrator described a mural found in subterranean tunnels beneath the ruin, because of its partial similarity to a famous film trope, but this story benefits from a driving plot, the building of suspense, action scenes, and less of Smith's tendency to overdo the purple prose and the use of a Thesaurus. The book finishes with a couple of two-page vignettes which are descriptions rather than stories.

The more enjoyable read of the final section brought up the rating for me to a solid 3 star read.
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kitsune_reader | 2 other reviews | Nov 23, 2023 |
This collection is a mixture weighted more towards the author's science fictional tales with the addition of some of his supernatural stories set in medieval France, and a few satirical or other stories with a dark humour. The memoir at the beginning was interesting. This was by E Hoffman Price who told of a number of visits he made to Smith over the years and which reveal among other things the stereotypical views of women common at the time: on one visit, Price's wife accompanies him but of course ends up in the kitchen with Smith's mother, even though Smith's mother actually did a lot of the marketing of her son's early books and therefore surely had something to add to the conversation!

The science fiction is mainly of the Edgar Rice Burroughs type, in that people can actually live on Mars, Venus or even Mercury, and such planets are populated not only by plants, but often by sentient lifeforms of various types. The characters are not really characters, but really vehicles for the action, and the real interest is in the strange settings and peculiar forms of life which were Smith's speciality.

Some stories, such as 'The Great God Awto', a skit based on a future civilisation's mistaken ideas of the place of the motor car in 20th century life, are rather heavy handed in both moral and humour, and I preferred the lighter touch of 'The Theft of Thirty-Nine Girdles' where an aged thief looks back on one of his favourite heists which he and his now deceased love carried out. I especially liked this story for being one of the few where the female lead is not relegated figuratively or otherwise to the kitchen. A pity that the author never seems to have tackled other such stories featuring this pairing, but I have now read all the collections I possess of this author's so it seems to have been a one-off. By contrast, 'The Root of Ampoi' centres around a misogynistic character - who, if the women in the community he intrudes into had not been eight feet tall, would have knocked his wife about to bring her into line.

Like many Smith stories, there are a fair share where the protagonist is either passive or else doomed or both, and after so many of those, it becomes quite a monotonous refrain. So given the mixture of good and bad, and the presence of at least one or two stories I liked, I can only rate this at 3 stars.
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