FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Apologies on their lapse in letters; enclosing Benjamin de Casseres' review of Ebony & Crystal, and sending a copy to Arthur Symons; Smith having written no verse except "Barrier," but making several epigrams and letting the Auburn Journal print some of them (with an aside on marrying rich); eyestrain, milking the neighbor's cow, and popularity with the Auburn ladies; on Sterling's Selected Poems; Andrew Dewing mentions meeting Sterling in San Francisco, Smith sure he won't be able to get down there unless he can syndicate his column. Enclosed: "The Barrier."

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