FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith had delayed writing, as he was discouraged and depressed; praise for Sterling's poems, especially "A Lumberjack Yearns"; no luck selling his own verses to magazines, and letting the Auburn Journal publish them; Armsby remitted, and Smith going to pick fruit this summer; Smith hasn't seen his lady-friend for a while; Smith hasn't heard from the booksellers, but has paid the printer the majority of what he owes. Enclosed: "The Love-Potion, "The Secret," "Song of Cartha."

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