32. Queen’s Ter.
I’ve written to Lawrence. & to Barbara, giving them your present address. Here are their addresses in case you want to notify them of a change in yours suddenly:
D.H.L. Villa Mirenda –
B.L. 13 Guilford St
Nichols’ whereabouts I don’t know but will discover. Have told Lawrence & Barbara about terms. Then theres Aldous Huxley. Have you written to him? He might be ready to write about Pickshers in general. I’m sure he must like them –
& if you haven’t approached him & would like me to do so, I will. I’ve roughed out Music for wh. I must find a suitable subtitle for Continuous Perf: which I’ll keep for II. & III: Captions. & if there is a IV it will be A Thousand Pities also under Continuous Perf: Anyway details for you to keep, on separate sheet herewith _ just suggestions.
Hope you will get your final papers soon. London still freezing – dark & dusty, a combination of November & March. Haven’t been to any shows. Marquise is off. Shall try for gallery or something for Constant Nymph or perhaps Broadway.
[Inserted in left margin, top to bottom.] I’ve seen none of your ads. Where can orders be placed? A doctor friend wants C.U. for his waiting-room table. D.
Then there’s Hugh Walpole. He might write one of his bland & hearty communiqués, if you’d like. Anyway I’ll try to make him subscribe. He’s on my list for first number. Also Wells – who is at present broken up. Later on he might be approached for a contribution. His son is working at films & helping in the production of his War in the Air by Famous Players & shall have a copy & a note.
III. Captions for & against.
IV. A Thousand Pities (The introduction of sound)
V. The Local Cinema. (a congregational church where people have their regular sittings)
VI. Animal Impudens i.e. the woman, girl, who uses the c.as boudoir, trysting place, weepery, for & against her.