FROM H. P. Lovecraft
TO Zealia Brown Bishop


On Zealia's debt, sorry for her difficulties, and promise to keep information confidential between his partners (Maurice W. More and Frank Belknap Long), discussing the nature of the revision business; hope Junior learns from his hardship; Lovecraft's sympathies on her son's physical turndown, revisiting Lovecraft's own rejection by the Rhode Island National Guard; on "The Adopted Son" and "Homing"; on Lovecraft's recent publications - Wright reprinting "Dagon" and "The Temple", Astounding Stories bring out "At the Mountains of Madness" and "The Shadow out of Time", and the Visionary Publishing Co. bringing out The Shadow over Innsmouth with illustrations by Frank Utpatel (with mention of August Derleth); on Lovecraft's summer visiting Barlow in Florida (where they printed Belknap's The Goblin Tower), Donald Wandrei and Frank Belknap Long in New York, and then returned home to a flood of work, and his aunt fell ill; thanks again for the cheque, and glad winter is over.

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