FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Praise for Sterling's "The Gulls"; some extra copies of verse for Sterling to send out (including "The Motes," "Satiety," and "Requiescat"), mentioning The Lyric West and The London Mercury as those that buy, and Smart Set and Snappy Stories as those who have turned them down; a local printer promised to bring out a book for Smith on credit; planned a book of love-poems to be titled Sandalwood; sorry Armsby has dropped his remittance, as it means fruit-picking; Smith's love-life in doldrums (with mention of Andrew Dewing's girlfriend). Enclosed: unidentified poems.

Cited By


Included In

Preceded By 026-0249 Letters of Clark Ashton Smith and George Sterling Followed by 026-0251
Preceded By 023-0053 Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith Followed By 023-0055
Preceded By 026-0249 Shadow of the Unattained Followed By 026-0251
Unless otherwise stated, the content of this page is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 License