FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO H. P. Lovecraft


Autumn in Auburn giving way to winter; on Lovecraft's "The Whisperer in Darkness," and asking his thoughts on Smith's "An Offering to the Moon"; on a letter from August Derleth, and asking after Mystic Magazine; on Lovecraft's idea for an interplanetary story, and Smith writing a new Volmar story, "Captives of the Serpent" ("A Captivity in Serpens") for Wonder Stories; on "Like Mohammed's Tomb"; on Oriental fantasy, with no idea for sources of Arabic history and customs (but suggesting Sir Richard Francis Burton and Charles Doughty, and James Churchward's Lost Continent of Mu); encouraging Lovecraft to write more.

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