FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO H. P. Lovecraft
Apr 1932


On the failure of Swanson's Galaxy; thanks for Lovecraft's comments on "The Double-Shadow" (with reference to Farnsworth Wright, Harry Bates, and "Ubbo-Sathla"); Smith hoping Lovecraft will keep writing (and that the Vanguard Press book might come to something); on Algernon Blackwood's The Wave: An Egyptian Aftermath; including "The Plutonian Drug," intended for Amazing Stories.

Note: According to Clark Ashton Smith: Letters to H. P. Lovecraft, Lovecraft scribbled a salutation on the margin of this letter.

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