FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO H. P. Lovecraft


Praise for Lovecraft's "The Call of Cthulhu," Lovecraft's letter in the Eyrie of Weird Tales, and on Alfred Galpin's criticism of Lovecraft's endings; on Smith's "The Necromantic Tale"; on Frank Belknap Long's experience with Hugo Gernsback (with reference to David H. Keller, Arthur B. Reeve, and R. F. Starzl), and Smith writing them about "Andromeda"; Smith's opinion on Ghost Stories, and sending them "Andromeda", "The Door to Saturn," "The Voyage to Sfanomoƫ," and "The Immeasurable Horror"; hoping to see Lovecraft's "The Whisperer in Darkness" and asking for the loan of "The Horror at Red Hook"; hope Lovecraft will get around to writing a novel, and a synopsis of "The Interstellar Changeling."

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