FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Heard nothing from Mrs. Spreckels or Raymond Armsby, but Smith earning a few dollars from fruit-picking; praise for Sterling's poems, and Smith sending a few of his own; a new magazine called Weird Tales, which has accepted Lovecraft's "Dagon"; Lovecraft says Smith is mentioned in William Stanley Braithwaite's latest anthology (Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1922); Smith's mother going to Monterey for a family reunion; Smith himself not sure when he'll next be in San Francisco, but his affairs continue; Smith's printer gave him a ream of stationary. Enclosed: "Alienage," "Moments," a clipping ("Clark Ashton Smith's Column" Auburn Journal 3 May 1923).

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