FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


On the weather; on a trip with the Sutros and Wilsons to Tassajara Hot Springs; Sterling not written much this month, with Collier's still not having published his poem; on Scheffauer's opinions, with reference to Ezra Pound's "The Ballade of the Goodly Fere"; Sterling wishing to keep his copy of Ambrose Bierce's Collected Works; rumors about Rudyard Kipling; Jack London's house burnt down; Sterling's "Master Mariner" reprinted from Smart Set in Current Opinion and Literary Digest, the Smart Set took "Last Monster," but not //Thirst of Satan!"; Sterling enclosing a circular, and thinks he sent Smith "That Walk in Darkness."

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