FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Praise for Smith's sonnets ("The Pagan"), and suggesting the The Measure might buy one; asking for a compilation of his epigrams to submit to H. L. Mencken; Sterling has read Aldous Huxley, and recommends Carl Van Vechten's The Blind Bow-Boy; Lafler not yet free of Los Angeles; suggesting Smith get his teeth checked, as abcessed teeth were a problem for Sterling; one of Sterling's poems won a cash prize from The Lyric Year, to go towards his bridge-work; Sterling has not been to Bigin's for over a month, but he won't try bootleg liquor; asking if Smith wants copies of The American Mercury (which Sterling is disappointed with after the Smart Set).

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