to be interrupted. I doubt that I shall have time for a vacation and certainly I won't lecture on any subject. You may, of course, use any part of the Carnegie text which appeals to you. 3
In regard to the judges, I wish I could escape reading the plays but I have nothing to suggest and don't know how I can get out of it. Nobody else will read them or care whether they're read or not.
I haven't written Sandoe yet but found his paper excellent, myself hardly deserving of it. 4
I guess that's all except my gratitude and my fervent wish that you are never ill again.
March 5, 1938
Within a day or two you will probably see an announcement of a producing organization formed by a number of playwrights of whom I am one. The idea is similar to that of the project which came to nothing several years ago, though the playwrights involved are not all the same. 2 The formation of this organization will naturally have some bearing on our understanding, but I hasten to assure you that