FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Wilfred Blanch Talman


Lovecraft clarifies a previous letter: he cannot produce a novel-length work at this time; notes on his writing, process, and style, as well as the effect of rejections; his economic status; on "The Music of Erich Zann" and Talman's opinion (seguing into a list of the best weird tales, and Lovecraft's deprecation of his own work), finishing with excerpts from "Supernatural Horror in Literature" and Some Notes on Interplanetary Fiction.

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