Title AMERICAN AMATEUR.. July, 1921. No. 2.
Publisher Ridgefield Park, N.J. Dorothy MacLaughlin,
Seller ID 591
Nothing by H.P. Lovecraft, however there is a half-page piece by the soon-to-be-Mrs. Lovecraft, Sonia Greene, entitled "LOSTED," In addition there is a revealing piece about her by Helen Heins' article - IMPRESSIONS OF THE BOSTON NATION CONVENTION - "I was rorry that save a few words Sonia Greene did not get the opportunity to enthrall the banquet with her personality and magnetism. We who have had the pleasure of her acquaintance could have assured a treat. As it is, she has captured many hearts of the male sex, and her charming manners under trying circumstances will be one of my best recollections of the convention."How odd given her physical attributes and charm, that she chose H.P. Lovecraft upon whom to grace with her affections when obviously she could've had anybody she wanted! It's not often when women speak so glowingly about another woman. V.g., copy.