Weston, Maschusetts, 1972. Near Fine. 1972 1 pg. signed, typed letter from the poet Anne Sexton to the poet Howard Moss and addressed to him (on her personal stationary in Weston MA) at the legendary MacDowell Colonly in Peterborough, New Hampshire. She's discussing with Moss, The New Yorker's long-time poetry editor, a short story of hers called "All God's Children Need Radios", which apparently he was considering for publication. The 8 1/2" x 11" letter is crisp, clean and Near Fine, with 2 even, neat creases, dividing it into 1/3s. It's also very presentably matted and framed in white and silver. (Inventory #: 14737)
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