FROM Robert E. Howard
TO Tevis Clyde Smith
May 1932


Rant about the Japanese and Hawaiians; on 3-cent stamps; on eye trouble and the decline of the pulp markets, with rejections from Farnsworth Wright, Harry Bates, and Jack Burns, and criticism from Kirk Mashburn and Paul S. Smith; E. Hoffmann Price fired and devoting himself to writing full time, and an agency offer which Whitehead warned Howard off of; on Miller's "Jungle Girl" in Oriental Stories and other matters, quoting from a letter by Miller; on Suffi Limaugh, mystics, and Lovecraft's correspondent William Lumley (with reference to Olson and Harry K. Brobst); Howard's typewriter broken. Postscript: more rejections from Byrne and Farnsworth Wright.

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