Robert E. Howard to Weird Tales, Jun 1936
|←Letters by Robert Ervin Howard||Letter to Weird Tales Magazine (1936)
|Letter to "The Eyrie", the letters page of Weird Tales. Dated June 1936.|
Enthusiasm impels me to pause from burning spines off cactus for my drouth-bedeviled goats long enough to give three slightly dust-choked cheers for the April cover illustration. The color combination is vivid and attractive, the lady is luscious, and altogether I think it's the best thing Mrs. Brundage has done since she illustrated my Black Colossus. And that's no depreciation of the covers done between these master-pictures. I must also express my appreciation to Mr. Napoli, who has done a splendid job of illustrating my serial. I hope the readers have liked the yarn as well as I liked writing it.
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