FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO Donald Wandrei


On R. H. Barlow as the literary executor of Lovecraft's estate (mentioning Frank Belknap Long and Samuel Loveman); on August Derleth's reaction to Smith's talk of quitting California and the country (citing Baudelaire, Poe, Lovecraft, and A. P. Ryder); Smith submitting a story ("Mother of Toads") to Esquire; enclosing a new poem that Farsworth Wright accepted, and a new translation of Baudelaire.

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Preceded By 023-0208 Letters of Clark Ashton Smith and Donald Wandrei Followed by 023-0223
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