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SEABURY QUINN: T.L.s. DECEMBER 6, 1934. TO EMIL PETAJA. 2-1/4 PAGES, SIGNED. "Lovecraft's a delightful chap, but I don't go for his writing—"

By: QUINN, Seabury

Price: $550.00

Seller ID: 422


Quinn was one of WEIRD TALES' most popular authors. Petaja was an author in his own right, and published stories in WEIRD TALES, in the last decade of the magazine's life. This very informative letter from SEABURY QUINN to EMIL PETAJA. reveals Quinn's writing regimen: ""my stuff is roughed out in longhand—little more than a series of notes, set down in my own private system of shorthand. Then it's typed and I make only one copy, no carbons. Two thousand words a sitt... View more info

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By: QUINN, Seabury.

Price: $95.00

Publisher: Sauk Citty, WI., Arkham House: 1948

Edition: [First Edition]

Seller ID: 1085


A Christmas story originally published in WEIRD TALES, 1938. Five illustrations by Virgil Finlay. A popular AH title that has not dimned with the years. [2137 copies printed]. Small previous owner's bookplate present; lightly rubbed d.j., as usual. Near fine in d.j. #25JS View more info