FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Apologies for not writing, as Sterling has spent most of the last month in Oakland and San Francisco; the manuscripts have arrived from Robertson on Smith's book, but Sterling also has to go over Jack London's proofs; returning the poems Smith sent, with few comments; suggest not submitting anything to the North American Review; Sterling's wife refuses to live in Carmel, and staying with her sister; hope that Smith can come down for the summer, at least when Sterling isn't in Bohemian Grove; Sterling written very little ("Kindred," "The Muse of the Incommunicable," and "The Coming Singer," with mention of "Wharf of Dreams"); going hunting for his cat. Post script: Forwarding the poems tomorrow.

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