FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
May 1932


The poems "John Brown," "Abe Lincoln," and "John Kelley"; on Haley's review of Smith's book; on books and Ben Thompson; another parody, "The Tom Thumb Moider Mystery"; quotes from the quasi-scientific, quasi-occult rantings of Olson's letters (who also sent a chain letter); more on the Massie Case (seguing into talk of lack of manhood in America, with reference to the Irish Free State and Australia); Sport Story cutting its rates, Astounding Story going bimonthly, and Strange Tales going quarterly; Howard's version of "Duna." Postscript on 3-cent postage stamps.

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