FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling has owed Smith a letter; Sterling has finished his cosmic essay ("Pleasure and Pain"); Praise and criticism on Smith's poems: "On the Canyon-Side," "Contradiction," "Semblance," "We Shall Meet," "The Witch with Eyes of Amber" - which Sterling thinks H. L. Mencken might take for the Smart Set; Sterling has been sober for four months, and very productive; best regards to Smith's lady-friend/muse. Enclosed: "A Lumberjack Yearns," other unidentified poems.

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