FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling apologizes for his mistake, and asks for a book inscribed to Mrs. Joseph B. Coryell; critiques on the poems Smith sent, remarking "The Land of Evil Stars" smacks of Edgar Allan Poe; Sterling done little writing, though he encloses some poems and is working on a short story; the Hoppers settled in for eight months, and Sterling expecting to be in Carmel for three weeks; no news, needing rain, gathering mussels (some to be sent to Jack London), and sorry Smith can't come to visit London. Enclosed: "The Hunting of Astarte."

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