FROM Clark Ashton Smith
TO George Sterling


Apologies for the stationery; praise for Sterling's poems, and Smith stuck on making artwork; Leo passed on some verses ("Items for the Christian Witness"), and suggesting he try them on H. L. Mencken at the American Mercury (with a jocular idea for an associated contest, and whether it was written by Sterling or Edgar Lee Masters); thanks for the mention in William Stanley Braithwaite's anthology, and Donald Wandrei may send on his article ("The Emperor of Dreams") after he tries it on The Bookman and The Nation; Smith read "Truth" and admired it (praising "Atthan Dances" in particular); Smith has read little of Edgar Lee Masters, but says the Spoon River Anthology has kick; Smith wishes he were somewhere else; on a letter from B. Virginia Lee of the Overland Monthly.

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