FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling has gone over Smith's proofs, with the suggestion to add "Saturn" to the poems; on Smith's obsession of the death of worlds and suns, and advising Smith to leave the abysses for a while; advice on how to handle Dunlap (quoting Ambrose Bierce's "Authority"); on the reaction to Smith in Auburn; on ordering books from and signing a contract with Robertson, and suggesting to put "Nero" in The Star-Treader; on dropping "Smith" from his name; on William Vaughn Moody's publishers; Sterling spending much time hunting, with Turner leaving soon; Sterling catching up on his correspondence and having written six poems; reminder to write to Miss Conti on the pictures; on the founding of Poetry magazine.

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