FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


On a piece by Edwin F. O'Day; returning the review by William Foster Elliot from the Bee; on how Ebony and Crystal is selling (with comparison to The Testimony of the Suns and Other Poems, which in 16 years has not yet sold out); Sterling been sober for over a month, and writing; Scribner's bought a minor poem, causing Sterling to wonder at the ways of editors; Idwal Jones promises to send his review of Ebony and Crystal when it appears in the News, and Sterling is calling on the Call to run their own review. Postscript: May G. married. Enclosed: "Wet Beaches."

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