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Robert W. Chambers was a highly successful American author of the mid-1890s to 1930s, who is most famous today as the writer of the classic late-Victorian gothic horror/mystery/war/romance/sci-fi/fantasy/weird fiction short-story collection The King In Yellow (his second work), which largely introduced and codified what is now known as the Yellow Mythos.

Appearances in Atlantean publicationsEdit


The King In Yellow anthologyEdit

  • The Prophets' Paradise – a reprint of one of the original, out-of-copyright pieces from The King In Yellow.


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  • The first two lines of the poem Alchemistry are taken from his story The Mask.

As a characterEdit

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