New York: 1931. unbound. 1 page on "The New Republic" letterhead, 10 x 7.5 inches, New York City, April 30, 1931. In this letter, Wilson compliments Bogan on certain poems and talks briefly about the work of Swift, Arnold Bennett, Joyce, and Eliot, in part: "I think your Swift poem is swell. I read the 'Journal to Stella' when I was at college and was also moved by it to poetry on the subject...Your Swift poem is different from anything else I've ever seen of yours. I hope you'll do some more...Margaret sends her best love--we think of you constantly, old azalea flower..." Usual folds plus one faint vertical crease; still very good(+) condition.