FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
November 1931


Howard sending the poems for the Junto anthology; disappointed by Monkey Business; self-criticism of "The Blood of Belshazzar," Howard unable to sell in Sport Stories or to the Claytons, Smith should be able to make Soldiers of Fortune, Byrne cutting his rates on Steve Costigan stories, sending Farnsworth Wright some verse; the poems "The Last Day" and "Moonlight on a Skull."

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