FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling has been staying sober for three weeks, and apologies for his delay in replying; on Sterling's efforts to get Smith an allowance; wondering how Smith's manuscript for Ebony and Crystal fared in London, and Robertson and Macmillans may publish collections of Sterling's poetry; on A Bed of Roses and Caliban by W. L. George, and meeting W. Somerset Maugham (and the latter's The Magician). Enclosed: "Careless," "Distance," "His Own Country," "In the Valley," "Rainbow's End," "Sonnet on the Sea's Voice."

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