FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO James F. Morton


Difficulty getting unusual foods in New York, on how keeping a schedule is alien to Lovecraft (waxing eloquent on how nothing has an intrinsic value and the cosmic nature of reality), on seeing Marblehead for the first time, on his love of exotic and strange architecture and scenery (waxing first to classic references and then fantastic ones, including Abdul Alhazred, the Necronomicon, and Irem, City of Pillars, and back again), the kick Lovecraft gets from such vistas, on selling the Fungi from Yuggoth.

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