FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


On Sterling's "The Modern Muse"; Smith trying to work, having sold one poem to Ainslee's, one to Thrill Book, and "Palms" and "Flamingoes" to Asia; Andrew Dewing gone for a few weeks, and Smith amusing himself with reading, shooting rabbits out of season, and making cherry wine with stolen cherries; on Smith's health (including bad teeth), and a possible visit; on the tiger-lilies in the canyon, and gathering black berries and goose-berries. Enclosed: "Quest," two unidentified prose poems, an unidentified sonnet.

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Preceded By 026-0205 Letters of Clark Ashton Smith and George Sterling Followed by 026-0207
Preceded By 023-0038 Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith Followed By 023-0040
Preceded By 026-0205 Shadow of the Unattained Followed By 026-0207
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