FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


No need for Smith to apologize for a break in correspondence; on "The Chimaera" (with a suggestion to send it to Mahlon Leonard Fisher of The Sonnet); Sterling not written much since getting back from New York; on Woodrow Wilson, Congress, and the war (with mention of how letters to Samuel Loveman could be censored); hoping the influenza epidemic passes Smith.

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