FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith having a hard time writing, so catching up on his correspondence; on Ebony & Crystal; on Sterling's poems, with Smith liking "Ephemera" and "Ode to Shelley" best; McIlvaine, editor of Snappy Stories, accepted "Plum-Flowers," "Song" and "Artemis" are included in Ebony & Crystal, and asking Sterling to submit "Chance" to H. L. Mencken for Smart Set; wishing Jennings luck in New York; on Andrew Dewing and Dr. Bauch; on Smith's latest love affairs; enclosing a song from a prospective play. Postscript: fruit-picking done, Smith now cutting wood. Enclosed: "The Song of Aviol: From 'The Fugitives.'"

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