FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith admits he should have written; enclosing some new sonnets, and has almost given up on epigrams, but has some new paintings; Smith wishing he could join Lafler's colony to get away from Auburn; asking about Aldous Huxley (and his novel Antic Hay); Andrew Dewing busy on his fruit ranch; Smith has had a headache for days. Enclosed: "The Pagan," an unidentified poem.

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