Jan Sammer 78 Hartley Avenue Princeton NJ 08540
December 1, 1981
Mr. Dewey B. Larson
755 N. E. Royal Court
Portland, OR 97 232
I never cease to be amazed at you efficiency and creativity. Thank you for sending back the corrections so promptly. Your article, “The Blind Spots of Modern Science” is already on its way to Elizabeth.
Two days ago I met Elizabeth in New York (she went there to see her family for Thanksgiving) and we discussed various projects. She was really interested in doing a follow-up, and I told here you were working on an article. Now that I have read it, I think it will be the right thing for her. Among other things she told me that after the next issue the magazine would de-emphasize the UFO business (with which I wholeheartedly agreed). I think generally they want to become a more serious publication, while remaining staunchly antiestablishment.
They have just moved their offices out of Washington; the new address is 2201 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD 21218.
I am now working very hard on Reciprocity, and it is coming along quite well; we are a bit late, it is true, but I think we shall have no problem catching up, now that I have found a way of producing it. With the next issue we shall begin serializing your Solid Matter, as you offered at Downey. Both Ronald and Nehru have papers ready—so I don’t see any big problems with putting out the last issue of volume XI soon after this coming one.
Both Frank and I are of the opinion that, photogenic or not, a picture of you should be on the front cover of the next issue, especially because the August conference was a Dewey B. Larson Conference. I hope this is alright with you.
My very best, and regards to Dorothy,
P.S. Since about three weeks ago I am back to good health, and plan to keep it that way.