Bell's Letters: (to working writers) [journal].
Gulffort, MS: Gulfport Examiner, 1965-1967. First Edition. Staplebound. Belles-lettres, from the French, means writing that is fine or beautiful, crafted or polished. In this sense belles-lettres applies to all specifically literary work, including fiction, poetry and drama. Serial journal dedicated to literary writers and inspiration advocacy with features from Eudora Welty, Sinclair Lewis, and article by Leo Louis Martello. Formerly owned by Martello. Very Good in Wraps. Shelf/edge wear, chipping, folding to some material, sporadic age toning, sporadic damage, generally bright and clean. Largely 8vo with exceptions. np/various pag. Illus. (b/w and color). Five issues of the quarterly publication, mimeo. Item #390