* Åström, Berit. Dying to Create a Hero: Changing Meanings of Death in Childbirth?" [mention of: “Barbarism Ascendant: The Poetic and Epistolary Origins of the Character and His World.” In Conan Meets the Academy: Multidisciplinary Essays on the Barbarian and his World.]
* Bursill, Lee OAM. Doryanthes, May 2012. [mention of: "Wonder & Wanderlust: Exotic and Historic Places in the Sonnets of Robert E. Howard," an essay from my REHupa journal The Cross Plainsman, Robert E. Howard United Press Association.]
* Clopton, Kay. "Manga and Silent Film–Building a Bridge Between Modern Gitaigo, Giongo and
the Benshi." Conference Paper. [mention of my conference talk and
paper: "Conan's DNA (Distinctive Narrative Attributes): A Study in
Subjective Stylometrics, Rhetorical Analysis, with Some Preliminary
Thoughts on 'Themetric Analysis.'"
* Hall, Mark. "Crash Go the Civilizations: Robert E. Howard’s Use of
History and Anthropology." [mention of my: “'The Ballad of King
Geraint,' The Epic-Heroic Tradition, Some Thoughts on a ‘Missing Shelf’
of the REH Bookshelf, and Other Conjectures"in The Shadow Singer my online journal for the Robert-E-Howard: Electronic Amateur Press Association.
* Van Duinen, Jared. "Robert E. Howard, the American Frontier, and Borderlands in the Stories of Conan the Barbarian." [mention of: “Barbarism Ascendant: The Poetic and Epistolary Origins of the Character and His World.” In Conan Meets the Academy: Multidisciplinary Essays on the Barbarian and his World.]