A letter from Barbara's correspondent at Firebrand Books. The letter discusses the response to Barbara's short story collection, The Threshing Floor. It also includes five separate reviews of The Threshing Floor.
A letter from a representative of the Theatre Company to all writers involved in What Could a Girl Be Then. It asks writers to send in what they have written for the project.
This letter asks Barbara to deposit a copy of her play Patterns to the Department of Manuscripts. Under the Theatres Act of 1968, this was required of every play script performed to the public in Great Britain.