FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling at Wilson's, where he wrote a short story ("Babes in the Wood"); Sterling sold "Willy Pitcher" to the Atlantic Monthly, and Smith "The Nereid" to The Yale Review; high praise for Smith's latest poem, which Sterling sent to his wife to make typed copies; on the weather, and the salmon starting to run; Sterling having written nothing since "The Thirst of Satan"; asking what other magazines Smith submitted "The Nereid" to.

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