FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
March 1929


The poem "Black Dawn"; on life and Smith's poetry; the poems "The Path of the Strange Wanderers" and "At the Bazaar", seguing into another Whalem Stuff adventure; a Yiddish-inluenced parody poem; a manuscript ("Crowd Horror") returned by Argosy; two bawdy plays entitled Bastards All! and Songs of Bastards; some lies he plans to tell Harold Preece; a note on women and suffering; on the actress Lily Damita in The Birdge of San Luis Rey.

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