FOURTEEN SIGNED LETTERS AND NOTES, TWO HANDWRITTEN, THE REST TYPED, AND THREE POSTCARDS, ONE TYPED, THE TWO OTHERS HANDWRITTEN. Most of the letters are one page, several are multipage, together totaling 17 pages. One letter is not dated, the remainder are dated from 27 January 1990 to 10 December 1993, all to either Kay or Kirby McCauley. All but one letter are on 6x7 inch sheets with Bloch's letterhead with address 2111 Sunset Crest Drive, Los Angeles, the other is on 8 1/2x11 inch plain paper with typed return address 2111 Sunset Crest Drive, Los Angeles. All are signed "Bob." Warm, personal letters to his literary agency. Bloch became Kirby's client in the late 1970s and it was Kirby who suggested Bloch write PSYCHO II, as well as PSYCHO HOUSE, his last published novel. The main topic of this group of letters is completing, editing and publishing ONCE AROUND THE BLOCH, his autobiography. The other major topic is anthologies, those containing his fiction, and the two he edited (with Martin H. Greenberg), PSYCHO-PATHS (1991) and MONSTERS IN OUR MIDST (1993). Bloch died on 23 September 1994 at the age of 77, ending a writing career that lasted 60 years, including more than 30 years in television and film. The 30 December 1992 letter is very good, the remainder are fine. (#162844).