FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Praise and criticism for Smith's poems, naming "Alienage" and "Moments," and noting his Baudelairian turn; wishing Smith luck with Weird Tales (who can't be worse than the Smart Set); on William Stanley Braithwaite and his anthologies; enclosing a check, and hoping when Mr. Lathrop returns to San Francisco he will also remit to Smith (and warning Smith not to send him a copy of Ebony and Crystal); on Smith's stationary; asking if there was anything Sterling could do for Smith's mother.

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