|"Corn Dance for Brett" Color-reduction woodcut and monotype (2015)|
(forgive the typewriter which has already converted your name into another -- but my hand is grown cursed and crabbed) I am a wretch to have delayed writing -- but if you live so far away a month or more cant make any difference. I was delighted to get your letter and to breathe for a moment the very brilliant queer air in which you live [New Mexico]. . . . I looked into your book [Lawrence and Brett: A Friendship] and shut it; I can't get hold of Lawrence; I like and I dislike; and always feel it is a puzzle that I must sit down to one of these days, honestly; to read him through. But at present when there's so much coloured dust about his horizon I leave him there."
Letter to Dorothy Brett, July 8, 1933