FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling still in New York, but planning to go to San Francisco and see the Panama-Pacific Exposition, then up to Yosemite and visit Smith on the way back; advice on Smith using the Abyss; telling Smith not to bother sending a copy of Sterling's ode from the Examiner; on Samuel Loveman; on the quiet life, Mrs. Putnam's appendicitis, and Hopper returning from Paris; on Smith's poems, mentioning "Memnon at Midnight"; Sterling feeling creatively sterile in New York, but hoping rest will cure it; on a weekend with Mitchell Kennerley; Sterling looking forward to return to California; "Witch" ("The Slaying of the Witch") sold to Munsey's.

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