FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


On the hot weather and prospect of visiting relatives; Smith having written little and lost heart for submitting to magazines; on a letter from Hermann Scheffauer on American poetry (with mention of "Forsaken Gods," "Nero," "Saturn," and "The Abyss"); some alternate lines for "The Medusa of Despair" and "The Witch in the Graveyard"; enclosing the only sonnet Smith has written this month; sorry about the Davidson book; asking for any books on demonology, or Ambrose Bierce (except for "In the Midst of Life," and "The Shadow on the Dial," which Smith has read.)

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