some of his fabulous art and comics can be purchased
form the below site (use your search tool to find Campbell):
Worked for the late F.E.
Campbell. Still trying to find out his or her real name and background.
Yeah! Still find a great variance on style. An alias for Robert Bishop
(below), using a different style when doing illustrated covers and interiors
for the "Fellowes" series of Frank E. Campbell novels produced by House of
Milan in the '70s and '80s. Worked in pencil, yielding rich textures and
highly detailed historical European costumes and settings.
F.E. Campbell published over one-hundred paperbacks for the BD-specialist
"House Of Milan" (HOM now Lyndon Distributors) with cover-art by the
He never wrote really hardcore stuff,but I consider his sophisticated style
and language as highly erotic. In his books he visited settings like kinky
boarding schools and reformatories ("Monica", "Iron Bars & Love", "The Lash
of Maiden Hall"), Mid-East harems and slave-markets ("The Prisoner Of Ismaul",
"Slaves of Jehdra", "Dungeons Of Hagadar"), Southern plantations ("Susan")
He also published a series of sixteen novelettes about the sadistic butler "Fellowes",
illustrated by "Ashely".
In his old-age he lost his eye-sight, so that the last ten novels published
under his name were ghost-written by his successor John Savage (also a fine
author but not as good as Campbell)
Unfortunately most of Campbell's work is today out-of-print and very hard to