FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Enclosing a copy of "The Envoys" for the Overland Monthly, and noting Sterling's comments on "The Abominations of Yondo"; Benjamin de Casseres has sent Smith a copy of his book Forty Immortals, and de Casseres plans to write a work on Sterling, Smith, and John Robinson Jeffers entitled "Three California Poets"; Smith working a few hours on wood-chopping and may pick fruit later, though the rain is bad; asking Sterling to send his perverse poem (Strange Waters); asking for George Moore's address, and commenting on his remaining stock of Ebony & Crystal and Sandalwood; on Sinclair Lewis refusing the Pulitzer Prize. Enclosed: "Bȃillement."

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