FROM Robert E. Howard
TO August Derleth
October 1933


Permission for Derleth to use the hawk anecdote described in Howard's last letter; on Scribner's criticism of Derleth's story; on the October 1933 issue of Weird Tales (with Howard's "The Pool of the Black One," Lovecraft's "The Festival," Clark Ashton Smith's "The Seed from the Sepulcher," and Frank Belknap Long's "The Black, Dead Thing"); on Tendency, The Westminster, and Derleth's "Panelled Room"; on drinking habits (and his abstinent grandfather) and Howard's own history of drinking and working at a soda fountain.

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Preceded By 033-0237 Letters of Robert E. Howard and August Derleth Followed By 033-0243
Preceded By 033-0238 Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard Followed By 033-0240
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