TYPED LETTER SIGNED (TLS). 1/2 page, dated 30 December 1974, to "Dear Kirby" [McCauley], signed "Bill." On plain letter-size paper. Cover letter submitting a unnamed short story (not present) to McCauley for his new anthology, FRIGHTS (1976). "... I think it is most unusual, in that I have kept nearly all of the emotion with the reader [underlined]. I don't tell him what the listener, Frank, is feeling ... I think it is stark and frightening in a very modern, jolting kind of way ... And, at $35, it won't break your budget!" Nolan's short story, "Dead Call," appeared in FRIGHTS. Nolan, writer and editor, active in popular fiction genres since the 1950s, is perhaps best known for LOGAN'S RUN and its sequels and adaptations (for the big screen and TV). Kirby McCauley was probably the most important literary agent of horror, fantasy and sf writers in the boom years of the 1970s and 1980s. 15 mm closed tear and associated crease at top edge, small stain at bottom edge, very good. (#102658).