Sept. 8, 1944
Dear Mrs MacLeod:
I was glad to hear from you again. I did not attend the meeting of the Canadian Authors' Association at Hamilton and consequently heard nothing of the proceedings.
People were much surprised at the election of Kennedy I understand.
I like your 'White Peacock.' It has an eerie note of 'faraway' romance. Did you submit it to the Canadian Poetry Magazine? I have nothing to do with the magazine now, having resigned two years ago, but I think it would snap it up. I have given up editorial and reviewing activities nearly altogether on account of pressure of work.
Give my best regards to your fine family.