It would look as if Steve Tompkins is still well-remembered by many bloggers out there in the aether. Commemorations of his untimely death ten years ago were many and far-flung. The DMR blog posts in honor of Mr. Tompkins were these:
Other websites did Tompkins proud as well. REH uber-scholar--and former Tompkins editor--Don Herron had this to say about the man:
Howard Andrew Jones wrote this excellent piece on Steve:
Scott Oden reflected upon the anniversary of Steve's demise here:
Keith West over at the Adventures Fantastic blog had this to say:
Morgan Holmes knew Steve for fifteen years and was the editor of REHupa when Steve joined. His reminiscences are well worth reading:
Al Harron looks back on the effect Tompkins had upon him here:
In the Honorable Mention category is Jim Cornelius' blog post over at the mighty Frontier Partisans website:
Jim wrote that up last year when I reminded him that the anniversary of Tompk's death was rolling around. He didn't write one this year, but it's hard to top the 2018 post. Jim has been linking to it this weekend on social media in honor of Steve, though.
A few more things to wrap this up...
I missed this excellent essay by Steve over at the REHupa website:
There is also this "lost" interview by Steve, wherein he talked to REH scholars, Marc Cerasini and Charles Hoffman:
Finally, as Brian Murphy noted in his essay, there is an excellent thread over at the Swords of REH forum which contains a few more of Steve's essays not found elsewhere on the net:
I'd personally like to thank all of the bloggers and authors who spent some of their precious time to honor one of the greatest of our fallen brothers. If blog posts were cairn-stones, we reared a cyclopean monument to him yesterday. You amply demonstrated that Steve Tompkins is still remembered--and missed.