FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Smith has been chopping wood; San Francisco newspapers don't care to review Sandalwood; Armsby acknowledged Sandalwood and sent Smith a Christmas gift, and Smith debating whether to send Mrs. Clark a copy after she never acknowledged Ebony and Crystal; Sandalwood down to 65 copies, and Smith doubting he'll print another edition; asking about Jeffers (with reference to the Overland Monthly and Continent's End); enclosing one part of "The Saturnienne" with some notes on the French; Benjamin de Casseres sent Chameleon: Being a Book of My Selves and The Shadow Eater; sending "The Abomination of Yondo" for the Overland Monthly. Postscript: a copy of Sandalwood was sent to a convent. Enclosed: "The Saturnienne" (fragment), "The Abomination of Yondo," clipping from the Auburn Journal, unidentified poem in French.

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