FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Zealia Brown Reed


On reminiscences with Frank Belknap Long, including an anecdote involving George Kirk and a discussion of Swinburne (mentions Long's early tales "A Cagliostro of the Northland," "Dr. Whitlock's Price," and "The Box of Horror"); Lovecraft will not mention any future manuscripts to Long after the incident with "The Unchaining" and Farnsworth Wright's rejection, and other revision business; glad that the children are doing well, seguing into Lovecraft and dancing-lessons; no idea what happened with Wright and "The Curse of Yig"; Vrest Orton asked Lovecraft to visit, and Lovecraft might see Long at the same time.

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