FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith saw Sterling's "Outward" in Fisher's Sonnet opposite his own poem ("In Saturn"); glad Sterling liked "Forgetfulness," which was bought by the Sonnet; on the weather; a visit by Myrle Robbins Lampson; Samuel Loveman back in Cleveland; asking for a copy of the Smart Set containing Smith's "Ennui"; enclosing some sonnets, Smith's whole output for February; Andrew Dewing asked to be remembered to Sterling. Enclosed: "Laus Mortis," "To the Beloved," "Transcendence."

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