A group of four items by prominent authors: ROBERT PENN WARREN (1905 - 1989) American poet and writer, author of All the King's Men. A.L.S. 1p. 4to., Vermont, July 30, 1982, to an admirer, thanking him for his words and adding that he doesn't have any photographs. A few light scattered stains, otherwise very good; ARCHIBALD MACLEISH (1892 - 1982) American poet influenced by Pound and Eliot, a Pulitzer Prize winner for his verse concerning social issues and democracy. Brief A.D.S. "A. Mack" on his letterhead, [n.p., n.d.], sending a quotation: "...There is nothing new, but the history you haven't read...". Fine. ZONA GALE (1874-1938) American author, winner of the 1921 Pulitzer Prize for drama for her work Miss Lulu Bett. A.L.S. 4pp. 8vo., [n.p., n.d.], to Margaret, in part: "...I have told Harpers only last week that I cannot do this same think for Fannie Hurst on account of having signed a contract to do Jane Addams..." and more social content. Together with RAY BRADBURY (b. 1920) American author of numerous science fiction works, including The Martian Chronicles, Fahrenheit 451, and Dandelion Wine, bold signature and inscription on a small orange card printed with his image, dated 1981. Four pieces, fine condition.