FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
June 1928


A fantasy of an Afghan girl, leading into the satiric short story "The Rump of Swift" (lampooning Dean Swift, Upton Sinclair, Ambrose Bierce, and Oscar Wilde, among others); the lesbian poems "A Young Wife's Tale", "Lesbia", and the sadism-tinged "A Roman Lady"; a brief note on sadism, followed by more poems, some untitled as well as "Song of A Fugitive Bard" and "Nights to Both of Us Known"; Weird Tales publishing "Red Shadows" and the poem "The Gates of Nineveh"; upset that a title he wanted to use ("The Man Who Remembered") has been taken.

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