FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Apologies for delay in answering the letter, as it arrived as Sterling was moving from Sag Harbor to New York (also describes his room); Sterling hasn't written anything yet, but feels like working; praise for "Ode to Beauty"; poets asking for Smith; thanks for the repayment of Smith's debt (and suggesting Smith get a couple of Sterling's books from Robinson and have them charged to Sterling); on the review of Sterling's book, and another in the Literary Digest by Joyce Kilmer; glad to hear Smith's book sold well; wishing luck with the shaft. Enclosed: "Conspiracy."

Note: The conclusion of this letter is lost.

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