FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith sent a box of Lambert cherries to Sterling; on fruit-picking, and Smith stuck in a rut on writing; inviting Sterling up for a visit; a local printer publishing a small edition of Ebony & Crystal on credit, which include most of Smith's unpublished work except the more daring erotics (which T. R. Smith did not use); Smith's friend Vivia Hemphill has published Down the Mother Load; two ex-bartenders picking fruit with Smith. Postscript: thanks for the check from Snappy Stories. Enclosed: "Plum-Flowers" and "Song."

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