FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Praise for Sterling's poems (especially "The Farm of Fools"); Smith is too tired from chopping wood to compose, and doesn't want to be slaved to a regular job; thanks for the magazines; M. L. Fisher might review Ebony and Crystal in The Galleon, no word from The Chicago Literary Times; preferring the // Smart Set// to the American Mercury. Enclosed: water color sketch.

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