FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO August Derleth


On Smith's new typewriter (and hopes to submit collections of his work to book publishers); on housecleaning (including his letters from George Sterling); Farnsworth Wright rejects "The Death of Malygris" (with a reference to "The Double Shadow"); Smith not having written anything new, but putting together a selection of poems (with reference to an admirer, George Work, author of White Man's Harvest); Smith wishes Derleth luck with "Wild Hawks," and sympathies for Wright's rejection of "Colonel Markesan" (with mention of "Genius Loci"); glad Derleth liked "The Secret of the Cairn, and on "A Star-Change" ("The Visitors from Mlok").

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Preceded By 023-0163 Letters of Clark Ashton Smith and August Derleth Followed by 023-0167
Preceded By 023-0163 Selected Letters of Clark Ashton Smith Followed By 023-0165
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