Thursday, February 02, 2012

I am still gathering material about Walt's 1935 trip to Europe and I believe most of you will enjoy this extremely rare article I stumbled upon recently from the English magazine Life and Letters Today (September 1935). The author met Walt in his suite in London.


Jeff said...

I was curious as to the identity of "R.H." Here is what I found in Wikipedia:

Robert Herring (1903–1975) was a Scottish (and Welsh) writer and poet, remembered as an early film critic and editor of the significant literary magazine, Life and Letters Today.

Robert Herring was assistant editor of The London Mercury from 1925 to 1934. He took over editorship of Life and Letters Today in 1935, when it was purchased by Bryher, and held it for about 15 years, working initially with Petrie Townsend.

Didier Ghez said...