FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO August Derleth


Auburn still covered with smoke from the wildfire; wishing Derleth better luck landing stories with Farnsworth Wright (who also rejected Smith's "A Tale of Sir John Maundeville"); on the acceptance and rejection of "A Good Embalmer" by Harry Bates and the Claytons; praise for G. S. Perry's "Old Roses" and scorn for Edmond Hamilton's "The Earth-Owners" in Weird Tales. Postscript: "The Return of Helman Canby" to appear as "The Return of the Sorcerer."

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