FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


On the long delay in reply (and Smith's typewriter out of order); letter addressed to Jack London's address in San Francisco, with Smith too poor and busy to visit; glad Sterling liked the sonnets, and enclosing some drawings ("The Lich," "The Red Death," "The Vampire," "Abaddon," and "The Abyss" mentioned); Smith indolent and may grow a beard (with reference to Swinburne); Smith never having written anything on Nora May French (but wishes to write an ode to Edgar Allan Poe); asking Sterling to write. Enclosed: "From the Crypts of Memory," "The Statue of Silence," possibly "The Blindness of Orion."

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