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1929 (15)

To Weird Tales, unmailed, ca. January 1929,  . . . whatever to do with beetles, . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1929, Salaam: / Ancient English Balladel
     Contains "Ancient English Balladel" (poem) and Untitled ("At the Inn of the Gory Dagger") (poem).
     "Ancient English Balladel" has been published separately.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. February 1929, Salaam: / Last night the Sunday School class had a party . . .
     Contains "The Case of the College Toilet"; Untitled ("And there were lethal women . . .") (poem);
     Untitled ("A haunting cadence . . .") (poem); Untitled ("Through the mists of silence . . .") (poem); and "The Mysteries" (poem).
     "The Case of the College Toilet" has been published separately.


To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. March 1929, Salaam: / Black Dawn
     Contains "Black Dawn" (poem); "The Path of Strange Wanderers" (poem); "At the Bazaar" (poem); Untitled ("Hatrack!");
     Untitled ("By old Abe Goldstein’s . . .") (
poem); "Bastards All!"; "Songs of Bastards"; Untitled ("A beggar, singing without . . .").
     "Black Dawn", "The Path of Strange Wanderers", "Bastards All!", and "Songs of Bastards" have all been published separately.


To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. early to mid 1929, Salaam: / Life is a yellow mist among the stars . . .
     Contains "To a Roman Woman" (poem) and "Ivory in the Night" (poem).

To Harold Preece, ca. March 1929, I’ve been very neglectful of my correspondence . . .

To Argosy All-Story Weekly Magazine, ca. Spring 1929, I was born in Texas about twenty-three . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. April 1929, Salaam: / The iron harp that Adam christened life . . .
     Contains Untitled ("The iron harp that Adam christened Life") (poem); "To the Contended" (poem);
     "High Blue Halls" (poem); and  "An American Epic" (poem).


To Thrills of the Jungle Magazine, ca. June to late 1929, I enclose herewith a short story . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. June 1929, Salaam: / I received an announcement from Chicago . . .
     Contains "Black Seas" (poem). "Black Seas" has been published separately.

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. July 1929, Salaam: / The main reason I’m writing this letter is . . .
     Contains "Irony".

To Harold Preece, ca. September 1929, I’ve been reading DESTINY BAY and in . . .

To Harold Preece, pm, September 18, 1929, I don’t remember saying anything against . . .
     This letter is dated ca. August 1929 in THE LAST CELT.

To Weird Tales, ca. October 1929, I have just been reading . . .

To Tevis Clyde Smith, ca. late December 1929, Well: / Here I am doing business at the old stand . . .



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