The Silver Stallion

Kalki Indices and Tables of Contents

kalki ix 1The entire run of Kalki: Studies in James Branch Cabell consisted of 37 issues, grouped four to a ‘volume,’ so that the final issue was Volume X, Number 1, Whole Number 37 (1993); and that volume was never completed. During its existence, Kalki issued indices to each volume, except that volumes I and II were done together and volumes VIII, IX and the fragmentary X were never done. The indices for the 28 issues that were covered contain headings for titles, authors and proper names, though rarely for subject headings; and of course they are not integrated, which reduces their usefulness. We hope some day to integrate them, add the final nine issues, and post a complete index here.

An index of sorts to the first 21 issues of Kalki can be found on pp. 181-85 of Hall. This index is arranged alphabetically according to the title of each piece; however, the authors’ names are not included in that alphabet, though they are appended to their proper title listing; further, each piece is assigned to an issue of Kalki, but no page number is given. Again, this index is of some, but limited, use.

With the exception of Vol.III, No.3 (11) Kalki did not feature a table of contents. We thought that in the absence of a complete and integrated index a Table of Contents (easier to compile because linear) would be of use: here, so far, are the Tables of Contents for all issues except for Volume I. Further, by using the site-wide search it can be made to serve as an index of sorts. The contents as presented here have been slightly rearranged, grouped into recurring Features, Notes, Articles, Reprints etc.  This listing is not absolutely comprehensive: occasional small items (for example, brief queries, or announcements of MLA seminars) are not given, and only the cover illustrations (and occasional important photos or pictures) are noticed although typically there were drawings scattered through each issue. Also, parenthetical glosses are sometimes added by us to Note and Article titles to better indicate the subject handled.  The goal is ease of reference, not diplomatic transcription.

The "Third Window" editorials usually included subsections of news, gossip, announcements, speculations – no attempt has been made here to catalogue their content, although there is much of interest. "The Letters" column usually included replies, sometimes lengthy, from the editor. 'Source Notes" were sometimes consolidated into a single column, and sometimes scattered throughout the issue as ‘filler’.  To avoid the multiplication of categories I have grouped as ‘Articles’ a myriad things – single page notes, descriptions of maps, announcements of publishing programs (etc) as well as articles proper. "The Colophon" usually announced forthcoming articles and features; since these either appear subsequently or do not, their content is passed over.

Bill Lloyd, 2013, ed. 2015


KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume II, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 5-8, 1967/1968


II 12.1 (5) 1967

(published as by The Fellowship of the Silver Stallion)
James N Hall, Editor in Chief 
James Blish (JB), Managing Editor & Producer
Judith Ann Lawrence (Mrs. Blish), Art Director
Paul Spencer, Secretary
(No cover illustration)


Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial, JB)
- The Economist (Book Reviews), 13-14:
Hamlet Had an Uncle by JBC, Edward M. James
The Smart Set: A History & Anthology by Carl Dolmetsch, Jerry Page
- The View from Mispec Moor, 15-16. Letters from G.M. Carr, Paul Spencer, James Blish, Hall’s Bookshop, Conway Zirkle, Mrs Celia (D.H.) Keller
- The Anagram Game: More About Mother, and Elsewhere, JB, Martin Gardner, Paul Spencer, 17
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop – wants and for sale
- Colophon - promises for next issue Jerry Page’s ‘Cabellian Architechtronics’ (never appears?) and Blish’s ‘Some Cabellian Tropes’ (appears in 2.3)

Source Notes
- Ninzian Gets  One Right (Grand Grimoire), JB, 2
- Birdsong (in FoE), JB, 5
- Palnatoki (Eyrbggya Saga), Edward M. James/JB
- The Silver Stallion, James N Hall/Paul Spencer, 17

Articles
- The Biography of Manuel: a brief bibliography (revised from Kalki 2), James N Hall, 3-5
- At the Altar of Sesphra: an approach to the allegory, JB, 6-7, 17
- The Man from Storisende: a biographical note (revised from Kalki 2), Jerry Page, 8-12
- Bibliography: notes & queries – from Hall, Blish, Spencer, Edward M. James

- An Invitation to Cabellians, 19


II 22.2 (6) 1968

(published as by The Fellowship of the Silver Stallion/The James Branch Cabell Society)
James N Hall, Editor in Chief 
James Blish (JB), Managing Editor & Producer
Judith Ann Lawrence, Art Director
(Paul Spencer, Secretary)
Cover Illustration: Ninzian and Balthis – The Footprint, by Edward M James


Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial, JB)
- The Economist (Book Reviews) 32-34, 39:
James Branch Cabell by Joe Lee Davis, JB
No Place on Earth by Louis D Rubin Jr, JB
James Branch Cabell: The Dream and the Reality by Desmond Tarrant, Paul Spencer
- The View from Mispec Moor, 35-37. Letters from William D Jenkins, Nelson Bond,  Roger Zelazny, Jerry Page, Margaret Freeman Cabell, James Ashe, Poul Anderson
- The Anagram Game: Three More (Horvendile, Anaitis, Portusa), 39
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop
- Colophon

- Source Notes: A Horrible Quiet Noise (Roger Bacon), JB, 26
- Source Notes: Cabell Gets One Wrong (siege), JB, 31

Articles
- A Life Beyond Life, Paul Spencer, 23-26
- The Sigil of Scoteia, David H Keller, 27-28 (reprinted from The Fantasy Commentator, 1949)
- A Manual of Non-Manuels: a further bibliography, Paul Spencer, 29-31

- Siege of the Fellowship (report of existence of and approach made to The Cabell Society/The Cabellian), 39


II 32.3 (7) 1968

(published as by The Fellowship of the Silver Stallion)
James Blish (JB), Editor
Judith Ann Lawrence, Art Director
Paul Spencer, Secretary
Cover Illustration – ‘An Old and villainous looking man’ – by Jack Gaughan



Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial, JB)
- The View from Mispec Moor (Letters), 64-65. From Edmund Wilson, Richard Watts Jr, Lin Carter, William D Jenkins, Joe Lee Davis, Louis D Rubin Jr, Martin Gardner, Paul Spencer
- The Anagram Game (Scoteia, JB; Ettarre, Martin Gardner) 48-49
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop
- Colophon

- Source Notes: More Spells, JB, 62-63

Articles
- to Rhadamanthus, snarling: Cabell against his critics, JB, 43-47
- The Jurgen Suite (note) JB/ Jack Gaughan
- Requests for material – from Hall for a Notes on Something About Eve and from Blish for a Notes on Silver Stallion. (Neither of these went anywhere, unless they exist in draft somewhere.)
- Some Cabellian Tropes, JB, 66-67

- Edited reprint (pt.1) of Notes on Figures of Earth by Cranwell & Cover, 50-61


II 42.4 (8) 1968

(published as by The James Branch Cabell Society)
James N Hall, President
James Blish (JB), Managing Editor & Producer
Judith Ann Lawrence, Art Director
Paul Spencer, Secretary-Treasurer
Cover Illustration – ‘The Spell of Mirror and Pigeons’ by Judith Ann Lawrence

- New photograph of Cabell (70)
- Poictesme (Introduction to Map), William Atheling Jr (JB), 87
- Map of Poictesme, Judith Ann Lawrence, 88-89 (90 blank)

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial, JB) 71, 106-107
- The View from Mispec Moor (Letters), 104-06
From Edward M James, J H Stellwagon, Stuart Gilbert, Wm Atheling Jr (JB), Joe Lee Davis, James N Hall, Paul Spencer
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop
- Colophon

Source Notes, 97-98
- The Mirror and Pigeons Resolved, JB
- In Charteris’ Library, James N Hall
- The Siege Re-Enthroned, WL Godshalk

Articles
- The Evolution of a Vestryman: a study in Cabellian theology, James N Hall, 72-73
- Cabell in Music, Frank Lewis Baer, I R Brussel (JB?), 76
- James Branch Cabell at William and Mary: The Education of a Novelist, William Leigh Godshalk, 77-83, 96 (reprinted from the William and Mary Review, 1967)
- The Escape from Escape Literature, John Boardman, 84-87
- Stallion and Dragon: Notes on (and by) Cabell & Eddison, 99-100 (w facsimile letters)
- Cabellian Economics: the uses of the short stories, Edward M James, 91-92
- ‘Library Will Be Named for Cabell’ (reprint of newspaper article w/pic on forthcoming JBC library, 103-04

- Edited reprint (pt.2) of Notes On Figures of Earth by Cranwell & Cover, 91-95


KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume III, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 9-12, 1969


III 13.1 (9)  1969

(as “Kalki: The Cabellian Quarterly)
President, James N. Hall
Managing Editor & Producer,  James Blish (JB)
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Jurgen Issue (Guinevere, Anaitis, Helen)  by Ann Chancellor


Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial, JB) 2,8,39
- The Economist (book reviews) – The Witch-Woman by JBC, JB, 35
- The View from Mispec Moor (Letters), 36-38
From Conway Zirkle, Warren A. McNeill, G. N. Gabbard, Robert A. W. Lowndes, Wm D Jenkins, WL Godshalk
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop
- Colophon

Source Notes
- Cream of the Jest / Dumas, Wm D Jenkins, 12
- “The Finding of G. Ogyrvan Gawr”, Frank L Baer, 15
- Silver Stallion, G. N. Gabbard, 33

Articles
- Messire Jurgen, Ann Chancellor, 3-8
- The Shirt of Nessus, William D Jenkins, 9-10
- Cabell as Kabbalist, JB, 11-12
- The Comstock Lewd – Jurgen and the Law Updated, Harry Hartman, 16-19
- Something About the Gods, Poul Anderson, 20-21
- Did Cabell Mean to Quit?, Warren A McNeill, 34

- Edited reprint of Notes on Jurgen (Pt 1), by JP Cover, 13-15
- Edited reprint of Notes on Figures of Earth (Pt 3), by Cranwell & Cover, 22-33


III 23.2 (10) Spring, 1969

(back to “Kalki: Studies in James Branch Cabell”)
President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and W. Leigh Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration (Oriander, Manuel’s father): Judith Ann Lawrence after Frank C Pape


Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 42, 78-9 (includes The Canary Report)
- The Economist (book reviews) – Jesting Moses, by Arvin Wells, JB, 74-5
- Trifles Found by Moonlight (references to Cabell), James N Hall, 62, 72
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop
- Colophon

Source Notes
- from “Behind the Tinctured Veil”, JB, 49
- Out of the Mouses of Babes (Goethe & FoE), JB, 52
- Alcluid Unclouded, Wm D Jenkins, 52
- Flamberge, G. N. Gabbard, 74

Articles
- Cabell As Historical Actor, James Blish & James N Hall, 44-5
- Cabell & Woodrow Wilson, Conway Zirkle, 46-9
- A Time for Airy Persiflage (Cabell & WS Gilbert), Wm D Jenkins, 50-1
- Cabell: Realist or Romantic?, Nelson J Smith III, 53-56, 77
- Another Way of Elusion (Cream, etc), Wm D Jenkins, 63-9
- Cabell Deluxe: A Bibliographic Postscript, James N Hall, 76-7

Reprint of The Romaunt of Manuel Pig-Tender ‘edited’ by Thomas Horan, 57-61
Edited reprint of Cover’s Notes on Jurgen (pt 2), 70-2

Ballantine Books announcement of Adult Fantasy Series (Lin Carter), 75


III 33.3 (11) Summer, 1969

(“Kalki: Studies in James Branch Cabell is published by The James Branch Cabell Society” and thus hereafter.)
President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and W. Leigh Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Judith Ann Lawrence


Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 82, 114-5 (including Canary Report follow-up)
- The View from Mispec Moor (Letters), 110-113, from G. N. Gabbard, John Boardman, Warren A McNeill, Paul Spencer
- The Anagram Game, Conway Zirkle, JB, 103
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop
- Colophon

Source Notes, 108-9
- Tropes or Traps (Eve etc) , G.N. Gabbard
- A Wildean Echo? (Domnei), JB & Paul Spencer
- Notes on Notes (Jurgen, SS), G, N, Gabbard
- Artist and Spectator (Cream), WL Godshalk

Articles
- The Two Cabells, John Boardman, 83-5
- Horvendile: A Link Between Cabell & Tolkien, Lin Carter, 85-7
- Another Mirror for Pigeons, Emmett Peter Jr, 88-91
- More on Cabell in Paperback, Lin Carter, 98-103 (98 and 99 are a two page black & white center-spread reproduction of – Pepper’s cover for the Ballantine edition of The Silver Stallion.)
- Another Secondary Universe (Dunsany), JB & J A Lawrence, 107

Edited reprint of Cover’s Notes on Jurgen (pt 3), 92-97, 104-107


III 43.4 (12) Fall 1969

President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Aubrey Beardsley



Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 119, 150-1
- The Economist (Book Reviews), James Branch Cabell: A Bibliography by Frances J Brewer, WL Godshalk, 149
- The View from Mispec Moor (Letters), 147-8, Paul Spencer, James N Hall, Frank L Baer, John Philips Cranwell
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop
- Colophon

Source Notes
- Womanland; Morven, JB, 142
- Did Cabell Use the Tarot Deck?, WL Godshalk (& JB), 145-6

Articles
- Admirable Illustrations (Jurgen), Wm D Jenkins, 118 (Illustrations on cover & p.123)
- Cabell as Voluntarist, JB, 120-2
- Sides of Jurgen (intro by The Editors, 123-4)
1. Revelations of a Sunrise, Deborah Schilmeister, 124-7
2. Ch.51: Of Compromises with Time, Thomas C Herrick, 128-9
3. Color in Jurgen, Kris Johannsen, 129-30
- Dartmoor Revisited, Bliss Austin, 130-4
- Elementary My Dear Cabell, Wm D Jenkins, 134-5
- After the Style of Maurice Hewlett, Paul Spencer, 143-5

Edited reprint of Cover’s Notes on Jurgen (4th and last part), 136-42


KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume IV, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 13-16, 1969/1970


IV 14.1 (13) Winter 1969

President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Aleister Crowley (with Kalki logo substituted for pentagram?)



Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 2, 31
- The View from Mispec Moor (Letters), 30-1, from Margaret Freeman Cabell, Dr Robert Parkinson, Thomas Horan, William Atheling Jr (=JB)
- Cabell in Print
- Colophon

Source Notes, 27-8
- What’s in a Name? (Manuel), Poul Anderson
- (more Notes on Notes), Jim Allan
- More Devilment (Jurgen etc), JB
- Bibliographica (Hidden Way, Eve, Heirs & Assigns), Thomas Head

Articles
- The Lance & the Veil (Cabell & Aleister Crowley), Roger Staples, 3-8
- Joyce/Cabell and Cabell/Joyce, Nathan Halper, 9-24 (revised & expanded from A Wake Newslitter)

Tipped in to all copies of this issue was a letter from editor Blish announcing the deal for Tandem Books in the UK to reprint Jurgen, Figures and Stallion. (Though it's not mentioned, Blish himself wrote the forewords to these when they appeared.)


IV 24.2 (14) 1970

President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration (wrap-around): Four variants of the Cabell arms from The Cabells and their Kin (1895) by Alexander Brown

 

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 35-6, 73-4
- The Anagram Game, Anne Godshalk, 74
- Cabell in Print, 63
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 66
- Colophon

Source Notes, 72, 74
- Coth and Tohueyo, Paul Spencer

Articles
- The Cabell Arms, Wm D Jenkins & The Editors, 34, 75
- The Kalki Hilton (Editorial report on the MLA Cabell Seminar in Denver, Dec 1969; the following two articles are from that seminar) 35-6
- The Structure of The Silver Stallion, Joseph M Flora, 38-41
- Fables of Art in The Silver Stallion, Robert H Canary, 42-44
- Beyond Life: Dizain des Demiurges: Introduction, WL Godshalk. 45-63 (abridgement of intro to Johnson Reprint reissue)
- Stallion and Legend, Desmond Tarrant, 64-6
- The Stallion’s Other Members (“Thin Queen of Elfhame” & “Delta of Radegonde”), JB, 67-69
- Eschatologies of Manuel, Bob Parkinson, 70-1

Poem – Jurgenlied, Robert A. W. Lowndes, 41


IV 34.3 (15)

President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Alicia Austin

 

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 79, 109-10
- The View from Mispec Moor, 106-08. Letters from James N Hall, Jeanette Driscoll, James Allan
- Cabell in Print, 108
- Colophon

Source Notes, 88-9, 111
- The Notes Go On… (Figures of Earth), Jim Allan
- And On…(Jurgen), Lenore R. Fischer
- The Death of Koshchei, Bob Gray McElroy
- Bulg the Remembered, G.N. Gabbard

Articles
- Richmond-in-Virginia, Louis D Rubin, 80-3
- Circular Time-travel (Jurgen, Cream, High Place), Conway Zirkle, 84-7
- Geography of Dream, JB, 90-2
- Introduction to Map & Map for Geography of Dream, Wm Atheling Jr & Judith Ann Lawrence, 93-95 (96 blank)

Reprint of “Mr Wogglebaum Cooks An Opera” by Roy L McCardell, from an issue of The Bookman (1920s). A grotesque parody of a report to a fictional movie studio on the potential of Jurgen to be transformed into a blockbuster starring Lon Chaney as the “Half-horse Man”.  78, 111

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, with a Note by James Branch Cabell: Chapter 1, 99-105. With a new Foreword (1969) by McNeill, 97-98


IV 44.4 (16)  1970

President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Judith Ann Lawrence

 

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 114, 143
- Trifles Found by Moonlight, James N Hall, 128-131
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 137
- Colophon

Source Notes, 120, 132-5
- The Blue Bird (Jurgen), Conway Zirkle, 120
- More Holes Filled (Notes on FoE), J. W. Thomas
- On Troubadors, Wm D Jenkins
- Gihon Gefunden, Bob Parkinson
- More Airy Persiflage (WS Gilbert), Wm D Jenkins
- Romantic Formulae (Cabell & Thackeray), Wm D Jenkins
- More Coverage for Cover, James Allan

Articles
- Fairy Tales in The High Place, G. N. Gabbard, 115-120
- (In Image of Image Maker ?? FoE), William D Jenkins, 136-7
- Cabell and MacDonald, James Allan, 138-42

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics by Warren A McNeill, Chapter II, 121-7


KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume V, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 17-20, 1971-1973


V 15.1 (17) 1971

President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Odilon Redon, Plate XVIII from Tentation de Saint-Antoine

 

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 2, 31
- Bibliographic Notes, James N Hall & JB, 9-10
- Cabell in Print, 4
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 30
- Colophon

Source Notes
- Scot Upon Amneran, JB 8-9
- Charteris Gets One Wrong, Roger Bryant, 9
- Hinzelmann, John Boardman/Editors, 9
- Witches, Demons & Spells (& A Request for Sources), JB, 23
- Contrapuntal Prosody, JB, 30

Articles
- Jurgen and Peer Gynt, G. N. Gabbard, 3-4
- Manuel Magus, Roger Bryant, 5-7
- Cabell’s Reputation and Jurgen, Geoffrey Morley-Mowat, 24-29

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, Chapters III & IV, 11-22


V 25.2 (18) 1971

President, James N. Hall
Editors, James Blish (JB) and William L. Godshalk
Secretary & Treasurer, Paul Spencer
Art Director, Judith Ann Lawrence
Cover Illustration: Judith Ann Lawrence

 

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 34, 63
- View From Mispec Moor, Letters from James N Hall, Charles Garvin, Roy A. Squires, 60-1
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 30
- Colophon

Source Notes, 62
- Source Notes in Reverse (Cabell’s Influence on Lin Carter), Jon Harvey/The Editors
- Eddawg & Horvendile, William Linden
- Mathematics of Guivric, Stephen Jackson

Articles
- Cabell as Playwright, JB, 35-37

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, Chapter V, 38-59


V 35.3 (19) 1971

President, James N. Hall
Editor, William L. Godshalk
Secretary, Paul Spencer
Treasurer, William D. Jenkins
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: Ann Layman Chancellor


Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 66, 95 (includes announcement of James Blish’s relocation to England and his stepping down from Kalki editorship)
- Curiosities (queries), 94
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 84
- Colophon

Source Notes 93-4
- Cabell/Horvendile and Joyce/Stephen, William D Jenkins

Articles
- A Bough to Cabell (with facsimiles of Cabell’s letters to Shipley), Joseph T. Shipley, 67-75
- The Triumph of Romantic Realism (Silver Stallion etc), Joanne Yocum, 85-92

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, Chapter VI, 76-84


First Hiatus – no issues for 1972, although there is some hint in Blish’s letter in 5.4 that issue 5.3, while officially dated 1971, was delayed and was not sent out until 1972.


V 45.4 (20) 1973 (A misprint on the cover identifies this as Vol V, No.3; it is No. 4)

President, James N. Hall
Editor, William L. Godshalk
Editorial Advisor, James Blish
Secretary, Paul Spencer
Treasurer, William D. Jenkins
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: Ann Layman Chancellor

Features:
- From the Third Window (editorial) 98, 131 (includes report on successful MLA Cabell seminar, and the resulting projected volume of Cabellian essays, which never materialized as such.)
- The View from Mispec Moor, Valedictory letter from James Blish
- Curiosities (queries), 128-130
- Cabell in Print, 122-3
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 115
- Colophon

Source Notes, 130
- A Gaelic anagram, Chuck Garvin
- Some Bottom-Heavy Greek (SS), Mary Anne Meeker
- The Most Egregious Buelg, WL Godshalk/Paul Spencer

Articles
- Count Manuel and Peer Gynt. G. N. Gabbard, 99-114
- How Far to Antan? (Cabell revival assessment),WL Godshalk, 126-7

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, Chapter VII, 116-122

KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume VI, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 21-24, 1973-1975

vi 16.1 (21) 1973
President, James N. Hall
Editor, William L. Godshalk
Editorial Advisor, James Blish
Secretary, Paul Spencer
Treasurer, William D. Jenkins
Production Editor & Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: William F. Loebs, Jr.


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial, James Blish) 2, 35
- The View from Mispec Moor, (Footnotes to The Long Night, James Blish) 29-31.
- Curiosities (Joseph Pagano, Paul Spencer), 32
- Cabell in Print, 33-34
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 27-28
- Colophon (& note on Revisionist Press series)

Articles
- Extract from the English Edition of a Guide Michelin Poictesme, Poul & Karen Anderson. 3-6

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, Chapters VIII and IX, 7-26

vi 26.2 (22) 1974
President, James N. Hall
Editor, William L. Godshalk
Editorial Advisor, James Blish
Secretary, Paul Spencer
Treasurer, William D. Jenkins
Production Editor & Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: Ann Layman Chancellor.


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial, James Blish), 38
- The View from Mispec Moor (Paul Spencer, Harry Murdock, Wm D Jenkins), 75.
- Curiosities (Nelson Bond), 72-73
- Cabell in Print, 67-68
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 61-62

Articles
- James Branch Cabell’s Flirtation with Clio: The Story of a Collaboration The St. Johns, Geoffrey Morley-Mowat, 39-53
- Whatever Happened to the Cabell Revival? Robert H, Canary, 55-60
- Cabell’s Mirrors (and Incidentally) Pigeons, W.L. Godshalk, 63-67

Book Reviews
- Berattelsen om Manuel [Figures of Earth in Swedish], James Blish, 69-71

vi 36.3 (23) 1974
President, James N. Hall
Editor, William L. Godshalk
Editorial Advisor, James Blish
Production Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Treasurer, William D. Jenkins
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: William F. Loebs, Jr.


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial, Paul Spencer), 78, 111
- The View from Mispec Moor (Roy Squires, Sam J. Landwall), 94-95.
- Trifles Found by Moonlight (James N. Hall), 95-97
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 98
- Colophon

Articles & Notes
- The Ornate Waste Land of James Branch Cabell*, Maurice Duke, 79-89
(*Oops! Unauthorized printing of the seminar version of Duke’s “The Baroque Waste Land of James Branch Cabell” later revised for American Literature of the 1920s, ed. Warren French.)
- On Visiting the Master, Desmond Tarrant, 90-93
- The Widow of Storisende, William D Jenkins, 99

Reprint of Cabellian Harmonics (1931) by Warren A McNeill, Chapter X (Reflections as to Mirrors & Pigeons), 99-110

vi 46.4 (24) 1975
President, James N. Hall
Editor, William L. Godshalk
Editorial Advisor, James Blish
Production Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Treasurer, William D. Jenkins
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: ??


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial, WLG, PS, ALC), 114, 147-148
- The View from Mispec Moor (Wm D Jenkins, Peter van den Bosch), 138.
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 117
- Cabell in Print, 145-146
- Colophon

Articles & Notes
- The Dance Version of Jurgen, G.N. Gabbard, 115-117
- Cabell as Precursor: Reflections on Cabell and Vonnegut, Joseph M. Flora, 118-137
- Counterpoint Music from Behind the Moon & Swinburne, William D. Jenkins, 138-139
- Sinclair Lewis’s Attempts to Reform James Branch Cabell, Geoffrey Morely-Mowat, 140-145


KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume VII, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 25-28, 1975-1978

vii 17.1 (25) 1975
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor, William L Godshalk
Advisory Editor, William D. Jenkins
Treasurer, Charles J. Garvin
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: ??


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial, Paul Spencer), 2, 35-36
- The View from Mispec Moor (Warren A. McNeill), 23-24.
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 24
- Cabell in Print, 18, 33
- Curiosities (David A. McClintock, Paul Spencer), 29-30
- An Invitation for submissions, The Staff, 34
- Colophon

Articles & Notes
- James Blish (eulogy), The Editors, 3
- Gift poem, Karen Laflin Adams, 4
- Cabell Under Fire, Geoffrey Morley-Mowat, 5-13
- La Belle Dame and “The Sestina,” Stanley K. Freiberg, 19-22
- Some Notes on Sources, R. Brzusiowicz, Jr, 25-27
- Source Notes: Gleanings About Glaum, Paul Johnson, 27-28
- Researches into the Dirghagama, Gene Edlin, 31-33

Book Reviews
- Berattelsen om Manuel: a Review following James Blish’s in Kalki 22 (Poul Anderson), 14-16
- Howard Pyle: Writer, Illustrator, Founder of the Brandywine School by Henry C. Pitz (Paul Spencer), 16-17
- Fantasy Collector’s Annual 1974, ed. Gerry de la Ree (Paul Spencer), 17-18

vii 27.2 (26) 1976
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor, William L Godshalk
Advisory Editor, William D. Jenkins
Treasurer, Charles J. Garvin
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: ??


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial), 38, 71
- The View from Mispec Moor (Kenneth J Morrow, Paul Spencer, Robert A. W. Lowndes), 63-65.
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 65
- Cabell in Print, 66
- Curiosities (Paul Spencer), 62
- Colophon

Articles & Notes
- The Letters of James Branch Cabell Reviewed by Geoffrey Morley-Mowat. 39-46
- Cabell and The Mabinogion, Maggey Mateo, 47-50
- “Some Ladies” and “Jurgen”, Paul Spencer, 51-57
- Source Notes: Anaitis in the Hebrides, Wm D Jenkins, 68
- Source Notes: The Curious Contents of the Copper Dish, Paul Spencer, 69
- In This Corner: Cabell’s Vocabulary, Richard E. Hoffmann, 70

Book Reviews
- James Branch Cabell: A Complete Bibliography by James N Hall (Tom Horan), 58-60
- The Cream of the Jest by James Branch Cabell, edited by Joseph M. Flora (Paul Spencer), 60-61

vii 37.3 (27) 1977
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor, William L Godshalk
Advisory Editor, William D. Jenkins
Treasurer, Charles J. Garvin
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration, William F. Loebs, Jr
Other Art: W F Loebs Jr, Jack Gaughan, Ann Layman Chancellor

Features
- From the Third Window (editorial, Paul Spencer), 74, 111
- The View from Mispec Moor (Poul Anderson, Paul Spencer, William L Godshalk), 88
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 110
- Cabell in Print, 108-109
- Curiosities, 100-101
- Colophon

Articles & Notes
- The Contexts for Cabell, Robert H. Canary, 75-87
- Cabell and “The Comics,” Paul Spencer, 89-92
- James Branch Cabell: Wizard of the Unconscious, Desmond Tarrant, 93-99
- Source Notes: Iconomatopoeia, Wm D Jenkins, 101-102
- Source Notes: On the Trail of St Odo, Paul Spencer, 102
- ReSearches in Tollan, Gene K Edlin, 103-107

vii 47.4 (28) 1978
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor, William L Godshalk
Advisory Editor, William D. Jenkins
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: ??

 

Features
- From the Third Window (editorial), 114, 146-147
- The View from Mispec Moor (Bruce Dalgren, Joseph M Flora, James N Hall), 141-142
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 143
- Cabell in Print, 144-145
- Curiosities (Harlan Umansky), 134
- Colophon

Articles & Notes
- “An Amateur Ghost” by James Branch Cabell, 115-128
- Jurgen and the Ghost, Paul Spencer, 130-133
- The Sigil of Scoteia poem, William Page Anderson Jr, 133
- Cabell in Japan, Paul Spencer, 135-136
- Bibliographic Notes, James N Hall, 137-140

1979 – No issue this year

KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume VIII, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 29-32, 1980-1986

viii 18.1 (29) 1980
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor, William L Godshalk
Advisory Editor, William D. Jenkins
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: ??

 

Features
- From the Third Window (editorial), 150, 193-194
- The View from Mispec Moor (Evangeline Walton, James N Hall), 177-178
- Jurgen’s Pawnshop, 192
- Cabell in Print, 191-192
- Colophon

Articles & Notes
- Books About Poictesme: An Essay in Imaginative Bibliography reprint, Walter Klinefelter, 151-172
- Cabell on Display, Peter Suber, 172-176
- Centennial Summary, Harlan Umansky, 176
- Cabell’s Black Imagination, Geoffrey. F. Morley-Mowat, 179-190
- Another Sonnet from Antan poem, Harlan Umansky, 193

viii 28.2 (30) 1983
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: ??



Features
- From the Third Window (editorial) 198, 231
- The Anagram Game, 228
- Cabell in Print, 229-230
- Colophon

Articles and Notes
- “As Played Before His Highness” by James Branch Cabell 199-214
- Editorial Afterthoughts on As Played Before His Highness, Paul Spencer, 214-215
- Cabell as Prospero, Wylie as Miranda, in Richmond-in-Virginia, Edgar E, MacDonald, 216-228

viii 38.3 (31) 1984
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Art Director, Ann Layman Chancellor
Cover Illustration: James Branch Cabell

 


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial), MLA Seminar on Cabell & Faulkner, 235-236
- The View from Mispec Moor (Warren A. McNeill), 257-258
- Cabell in Print, 264-265
- Colophon, 266

Articles and Notes
- Cabell and Faulkner: Mythical Kingdoms (Introduction), Dorys Crow Grover, 237-238
- Wherein is Set Forth a Brief Account of Cabell’s Early Career, With a Few Even Briefer Comments on Faulkner, William L. Godshalk, 239-243
- Cabell’s Mode of Quotation, G. F. Morley-Mowat & Joan Powell, 244-252
- A Vision of Poictesme poem, Harlan Umansky, 256
- JBC – Reporter, Warren A McNeill, 259-261
- Mark Twain and Cabell: A Footnote, Harlan Umansky, 262-263

Book Reviews
- James Branch Cabell: Centennial Essays, ed. M. Thomas Inge & Edgar E MacDonald (Edward Wagenknecht), 253-256

1985 – No issue this year

8.4 (32) 19868 4

President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Cover Illustration: ?
.

 

Features
- From the Third Window (editorial) 270, 307
- The View from Mispec Moor (Harlan L. Umansky, Desmond Tarrant), 291-292
- Cabell in Print, 275
- Colophon

Articles and Notes
- Cabell and Faulkner: Connections Literary and Otherwise, Joseph M Flora, 271-275
- Likeness Within Difference: Cabell and Faulkner, Carvell Collins, 276-283
- Manuel as Savior of Poictesme, Harlan L. Umansky, 284-290
- The Cabell-Bailey Correspondence 1945-1949, Allen R. Swope, 293-300
- Cabell’s Journey to Antan, Desmond Tarrant, 301-304
- Source Notes: On Keeping Cool and Keeping Mum, Wm D Jenkins, 305-306
- Source Notes: The Duchess of Malfi and Jurgen: The Shadow as Conscience, William L Godshalk, 306-307

KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume IX, Numbers 1-4, Whole Numbers 33-36, 1987-1991

ix 1 29.1 (33) 1987
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Associate Editor, Harlan L. Umansky
Cover Illustration: Frank C. Papé

 


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial) 2, 35
- The View from Mispec Moor (Jon L. Lellenberg, Harlan Umansky), 31-32
- Cabell in Print, 33-34- Colophon

Articles and Notes
- An Interview with Margaret Freeman Cabell, Geoffrey Morley-Mowat, 3-11
- The James Branch Cabell Library, Dorys Crow Grover & Katherine H. Bachman, 12-14
- The Certain Hour as Mini-Biography, Paul Spencer, 15-18
- Affinity and Diversity: Cabell and Arthur Machen, Harlan L. Umansky, 19-27
- Cabell: Master Myth-Maker, Desmond Tarrant, 28-30

ix 29.2 (34) 1988
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Associate Editor, Harlan L. Umansky
Cover Illustration: Frank C. Papé

 


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial) 37, 71
- The View from Mispec Moor (Jean Rosenthal Harris, Peter Relton), 66-68
- Cabell in Print, 69-70
- Colophon

Articles and Notes
- The Sanitizing of Jurgen, Harlan L. Umansky, 39-43
- The Nightmare Has Triplets: An Author’s Note on Smire reprint, Branch Cabell, 44-58
- Pape’s Map of Poictesme, Nelson Bond, 59-91
- Hamlet and Hamlet Had an Uncle, Desmond Tarrant, 62-65, 70

ix 39.3 (35) 1989
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Associate Editor, Harlan L. Umansky
Cover Illustration: William John Bernhard

 


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial) 74, 107
- Cabell in Print, 105-106
- Colophon

Articles and Notes
- Cabell’s Letters to Desmond Tarrant, James Branch Cabell & Desmond Tarrant, 75-84
- Of Madoc and the New World Behind the Moon, William D. Jenkins, 85-87
- Cabell in Lino-cuts, Harland L. Umansky, 88-96
- The Hewlett Influence: An Afterthought, Paul Spencer, 97-99
- Source Notes: Maya and Mrs Yoop, Paul Spencer, 99-100
- The Jewel Merchants, A Program reprint, 101-104
- James Branch Cabell (1879-1958) poem, Desmond Tarrant, 107

1990 – No issue this year

ix 49.4 (36) 1991
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Associate Editor, Harlan L. Umansky
Cover Illustration: Frank C. Papé

 


Features
- From the Third Window (editorial) 110, 143
- The View from Mispec Moor (Harlan Umansky), 141
- Cabell in Print, 142-143
- Colophon (empty)

Articles and Notes
- James Branch Cabell Comments, Dorys Crow Grover, 111-114
- Remarks About the Round-Table, Paul Spencer, 115-117
- How the People of Colophon Proposed to Do Honor to the Name of Cabell reprint, 118-122
- James Branch Cabell Evening (program) reprint, 123-126
- The Storisende Edition: An Advance Look, 127-132
- Cabell and James Blish (1921-1975), Desmond Tarrant, 133-136
- The James Branch Cabell Suite, 137-139
- T. S. Eliot and Cabell, 140

1992 – No issue this year

KALKI: Studies in James Branch Cabell
Volume X, Number 1, Whole Numbers 37, 1993

x 110.1 (37) 1993 final issue
President, James N. Hall
Editor & Secretary, Paul Spencer
Associate Editor and Treasurer, Dorys Crow Grover
Associate Editor, Harlan L. Umansky
Cover Illustration: Frank C. Papé
this issue’s masthead contains no address for submissions

 

Features
- From the Third Window (editorial) 2, 34
- Cabell in Print, 32-33
- Colophon (empty)

Articles and Notes
- Cabell’s Vision of Ettarre, Harlan L. Umansky, 3-17
- For Ettarre (After Thomas Hardy) poem, Harland L. Umansky, 17
- A Visit to Richmond, Paul Padgette, 18-20
- A Cabellesque Book Pan & the Fire-Bird by Sam M Steward, Paul Padgette, 21-23
- Cabell as Poet, Dorys Crow Grover, 24-28
- A Question of Values, Desmond Tarrant, 29-31
- Ballads of Plagiary, William D. Jenkins, 31