Clark Ashton Smith

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Clark Ashton Smith
Clark Ashton Smith - Wonder Stories, October 1930.jpg
Illustrated portrait, c. 1930
Alias(es) Timeus Gaylord
Born 13 January 1893(1893-01-13)
Long Valley, California
Died 14 August 1961 (68)
Pacific Grove, California
Spouse(s) Carol Jones Dorman (m. 1954)

Clark Ashton Smith (January 13, 1893 - August 14, 1961) was an American author, poet, sculptor, and painter, popularly known for his weird fiction, as published in various of the fantasy, science fiction, and horror pulps.

Selected Bibliography

Short Stories

  • Smith, Clark Ashton (May 1930), "The End of the Story", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (June 1930), "The Last Incantation", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (August 1931), "A Voyage to Sfanomoe", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (November 1931), "The Tale of Satampra Zeiros", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (January 1932), "The Door to Saturn", Strange Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (March 1932), "The Planet of the Dead", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (April 1932), "The Gorgon", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (August 1932), "The Maker of Gargoyles", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (August 1932), "Flight into Super-Time", Wonder Stories 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (September 1932), "The Empire of the Necromancers", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (October 1932), "The Hunters from Beyond", Strange Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (February 1933), "The Mandrakes", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (March 1933), "The Isle of the Torturers", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (April 1933), "The Light from Beyond", Wonder Stories 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (May 1933), "The Beast of Averoigne", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (November 1933), "The Holiness of Azédarac", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (December 1933), "The Demon of the Flower", Astounding Stories 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (April 1934), "The Death of Malygris", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (June 1934), "The Colossus of Ylourgne", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (July 1934), "The Disinterment of Venus", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (September 1934), "The Plutonium Drug", Amazing Stories 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (October 1934), "The Seven Geases", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (December 1934), "Xeethra", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (May 1935), "The Flower-Women", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (August 1935), "The Treader of the Dust", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (July 1936), "Necromancy in Naat", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (July 1938), "Mother of Toads", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (October 1938), "The Maze of Maal Dweb", Weird Tales 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (April 1941), "The Coming of the White Worm", Stirring Science Stories 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (July 1941), "The Enchantress of Sylaire", Weird Tales 

Poetry Collections

  • Smith, Clark Ashton (November 1912), The Star-Treader and Other Poems, San Francisco: A.M. Robertson 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (June 1918), Odes and Sonnets, San Francisco: The Book Club of California 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (October 1925), Ebony and Crystal: Poems in Verse and Prose, Auburn, CA: The Auburn Journal Press 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (October 1925), Sandalwood, Auburn, CA: The Auburn Journal Press 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (1933), The Double Shadow and Other Fantasies, Auburn, CA: The Auburn Journal Press 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (May 1937), Nero and Other Poems, Lakeport, CA: The Futile Press 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (December 1951), The Dark Chateau and Other Poems, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (March 1958), Spells and Philtres, Sauk City: Arkham House 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (1962), The Hill of Dionysus - A Selection, Pacific Grove, CA: Roy A. Squires and Clyde Beck 
  • Smith, Clark Ashton (November 1971), Selected Poems, Sauk City, WI: Arkham House