FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


On Sterling's delay in writing (with reference to the Saturnian and Oscar Wilde); praise for "The Hashish-Eater," with comparison to "A Wine of Wizardry"; encouraging Smith's ideas for poetry, Sterling himself having written a little, and "Rosamund" to be published by Anna M. Reed; Sterling unable to get a copy of "Lilith"; advise on hashish; more on "Rosamund"; on Sterling's resignation from the American Academy of Arts and Letters ("the Institute") with reference to H. L. Mencken and Robert Underwood Johnson; Mencken and Sterling's brother-in-law will both be in San Francisco for the Democratic convention. Enclosed: "To Louis Untermeyer" and two unidentified poems.

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