FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Hoping Smith feels more like writing now that winter is over, Sterling has been busy but sold nothing; on the supposed Bierce letter received by Roosevelt Johnson; thanks for "Memnon at Midnight"; on Oscar Wilde (mentioning "Salome"); Sterling has no copy of "To the Mummy of the Lady Isis," but it will be in The Caged Eagle and Other Poems; on a trip to Carmel and the "ostrich tree"; Stella and Albert M. Bender asking after Smith; Sterling about even with Robertson.

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