FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO Donald Wandrei


Smith delighted at Wandrei's letter, and apologies for the delay in replying as he was busy picking fruit; on Derleth's plan of a volume of Smith's poems (perhaps grouped together as The Star-Treader, Ebony and Crystal, Incantations, and The Book of Eros); on Wandrei's The Eye and the Finger; on George Sterling's forward to Ebony and Crystal and Benjamin de Casseres short appreciation as a preface; Smith wishing to make typescripts (with reference to Barlow's typescript of Sandalwood); on their unexpected meeting in Sacramento, and stealing rhododendrons for a girl from Golden Gate Park. Postscript: Smith to write to August Derleth soon, and an encounter with a brunette.

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