FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling apologies for not writing, as he has been in New York; Sterling currently in Sag Harbor, but aims to return to New York to earn a living, though so far he hasn't, except for some money from Barbour Lathrop; the war-sonnets aren't selling, and Sterling turned his stories over to an agent, Paul Reynolds; sold poems to the Sunday World, the Delineator, Youth's Companion, and Munsey's; sympathies on Smith's health, with praise for his poetry; on autumn in Sag Harbor (and abstaining from alcohol); idea for a poem inspired by a caged eagle at the Bronx Zoo; swimming over in Sag Harbor, Sterling plans to return to New York. Postscript: advice for Smith's father's rheumatism. Enclosed: "Bombardment."

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