THE JARGON SOCIETY, INC. March 5, 1982 Highlands, North Carolina 28741 Dear Bill, The missing designer (he's out in Hawaii teaching shibui to the surfers and learning the hula, one surmises) finally got back in touch with Glen Wroten at SUPERIOR PRINTING. Hence, some proofs. Please take a look, make and corrections and observations, and return them as quickly as you can to me in Highlands. If you'll note on the enclosed zany schedule, we are back here March 2 3-31. I'd hope to return everything to the printer then. Am asking Guy Davenport to write a brief introductory note. I asked Hilton Kramer, but he did not deign to answer one way or the others. The Jews are about as bad as the Baptists when it comes to such dire subjects as 'adhesive' comradeship. Of course, Don Gallup is neither one nor other and he was very puzzled at why two grown men such write such letters to each other. We need Orpheus in the White House! We'll be sending you a review/comp copy of Mina Loy's THE LAST LUNAR BAEDEKER, which is coming out on a very grand scale. If you happen to be in New York on Friday, the 12th, do come to BOOKS & CO. (9 39 Madison, just down from the Whitney) and help celebrate from 5-7. If you can do anything to get word of the book around, we would much appreciate it. She connects with the art world of the time nearly as much as with the poetry. Cheers! Your thoughts on the contract were fine with me. Whitney got confused about who was to hold the contract because of a very special arrangement in the case of Mina Loy. I believe in the author holding copyright.
William Innes Homer Papers. Georgia OKeeffe Museum Research Center Archives.
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