FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton SMith


Asking about the wildfires; praise for Smith's poetry; on Heliogabalus, suggesting a series of sonnets on the dark emperors of Rome; Sterling written several poems, and tied down with work for three months; on Prohibition in San Francisco (with reference to Andrew Dewing); pessimism on the future, referencing Ambrose Bierce's "Shadow on the Dial" and Jack London's The Iron Heel. Enclosed: "The Queen Forgets."

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