FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling on the cold weather, staying sober, and a surprise sale of "Ode to Shelley" to Scribner's; encouraging Smith to submit his poetry, suggesting H. L. Mencken and McIlvaine as friendly editors; Mrs. Clark left for Paris again, without a chance for Sterling to talk about Smith's remittance, and Spreckels and Armsby to end as well; Sterling liking both poems ("Satiety" and "The Motes"). Enclosed: Sterling's "The Gulls" and Smith's "Satiety."

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