FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
February 1930


Some opening verse; owing Harold Preece ("Hink") a letter and trying to write something for Weird Tales (with "A Song Out of Midian," "The Moon of Skulls," "The Song of a Mad Minstrel," "Black Chant Imperial," and "Shadows on the Road" all set to appear), with Farnsworth suggesting another magazine (Strange Stories) may appear; Howard glad Smith liked Petronious' Satyricon; appreciation for Smith's contribution in the latest Junto.

Note: In the Selected Letters, the date is given c. March 1930.

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