FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith apologies for not writing, as he has no news and has been listless, having done nothing but start a half-dozen poems and finish a prose poem; asks after Lloyd Mifflin, whom an unknown correspondent sees as an influence on Smith; on Smith's health, depression, and lack of exercise; hoping for good weather for Sterling's visit, as Smith is greatly looking forward to his visit.

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