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Philip Hastane is a fictional author created by Clark Ashton Smith, in many ways an analog of his creator. He too lived in a cabin in Auburn, California, and wrote poetry and weird fiction. He also associated with a large number of artists and dilettantes whom he met through letters and conferences.
Appearances in literature
Hastane is a character in two short stories and one novelette written by Smith; two more stories featuring the character were unfinished at the time of Smith's death in 1961.
- The City of the Singing Flame (Wonder Stories, Stellar Publishing Corp., July 1931)
- "The Hunters from Beyond" (Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror, Clayton Magazines, Inc., October 1932)
- "The Devotee of Evil" (The Double Shadow and Other Fantasies, Auburn Journal, 1933)
- "The Music of Death" (Strange Shadows: The Uncollected Fiction and Essays of Clark Ashton Smith, Greenwood Press, 1989)
- "The Rebirth of the Flame" (Strange Shadows: The Uncollected Fiction and Essays of Clark Ashton Smith, Greenwood Press, 1989)
- The Eldritch Dark — This website contains almost all of Clark Ashton Smith's written work, as well as a comprehensive selection of his art, biographies, a bibliography, a discussion board, readings, fiction tributes and more.
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