FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling busy with the Jinks, followed by work, including an article for William Stanley Braithwaite's 1926 poetry anthology ("Poetry of the Pacific Coast—California"), and suggesting Donald Wandrei send his article ("The Emperor of Dreams") to the Overland Monthly; Strange Waters out, and on the grove-play adapted from "Truth"; Sterling stayed sober during the Jinks, but feels it lacks something now that Jack London is gone; on a visit by Edgar Lee Masters (mentioning Jeffers, the Spoon River Anthology, and Domesday Book); Sterling written little poetry this summer. Enclosed: unidentified poems.

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