FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith laid up with a cold, part of a local epidemic; improbably for Smith to visit Sterling in December, though Smith has several ideas for prose-poems; Robertson has sold 500-600 copies of The Star-Treader; sympathies for Sterling's troubles; Smith seldom thinks of things he really wants to say when he writes a letter.

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