FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling had a productive couple of weeks, finishing a couple stories and two poems; sorry to hear of Smith's depression and lack of vitality; on Smith's prose-poem; if Sterling is in Carmel in January or February, would be happy to have Smith visit; abundant rainfall, and Sterling and Turner tried to hunt ducks, but had no luck because of competition; sold "The Path of Portola" to the San Francisco Call; Sterling cannot sell any of his sonnets, even "That Walk in Darkness"; "Old Pop" Gates died; a friend sent Sterling a book of verse to revise and write a preface for.

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