FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Wilfred Blanch Talman


On Theodore Roscoe's "Voodoo Express" in the Argosy, on the artistic merit of "action tales" and the difficulty of creating atmosphere in short stories, on commercial fiction (and the likes of August Derleth, Seabury Quinn, and Otis Adelbert Kline), on the abeyance in Lovecraft's writing due to revision work (in particular, a history of Dartmouth College).

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