FROM George Sterling
TO Clark Ashton Smith


Sterling busy with writing articles, a short story, three acts of a light opera, and a poem; on Smith's painting (suggesting Herkomer might help market them in San Francisco); glad Smith liked "Items for the Christian Witness," and on Sterling's correspondence; The Bookman might take Donald Wandrei's essay ("The Emperor of Dreams"), but probably not The Nation; glad Smith appreciates "Atthan Dances" and "Egon's Song"; sympathy for Smith's alienation; a line on B. Virginia Lee. Postscript: quoting a line from Percy Hutchinson's review of Lilith in the New York Times.

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