FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Frank Belknap Long
December 1927


"The Colour Out of Space" unlikely to be reprinted in Astounding Stories, Lovecraft has a bit of fun with fictitious and fantastic biography, Lovecraft details a dream of himself as a Roman soldier and the Magnum Innominandum, on genealogical influences (again, waxing fantastic for fun), on Adolphe de Castro and Ambrose Bierce's The Monk and the Hangman's Daughter (quoting from a letter by Bierce), on revision-work for de Castro, including "Clarendon's Last Test."

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