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Clark Ashton Smith—His Life and Letters
Posted by: Ancient History (IP Logged)
Date: 11 May, 2017 05:21PM
Does anyone know if the article "Clark Ashton Smith—His Life and Letters" - first published in *The Auburn Journal*, next published in 'The Eyrie' *Weird Tales* March 1942 - has been published anywhere else?

Re: Clark Ashton Smith—His Life and Letters
Posted by: dhussey (IP Logged)
Date: 16 May, 2017 12:57PM
Funny you should ask. It has been reprinted—in the future. There's a clipping of the thing among his letters to Derleth, I think. It's in the CAS/Derleth book. A project I hoped to see in print next year.

“Local Boy Makes Good.”
*a. Auburn Journal (3 November 1941): __ (unsigned).
*b. Weird Tales 36, No. 4 (March 1942): 119-21 (under heading “The Eyrie”; as “Clark Ashton Smith—His Life and Letters”).

Thanks for the link, BTW. We were missing the WT page numbers.

Re: Clark Ashton Smith—His Life and Letters
Posted by: Ancient History (IP Logged)
Date: 16 May, 2017 07:08PM
De nada, and glad to hear it!

Re: Clark Ashton Smith—His Life and Letters
Posted by: endermnarsky (IP Logged)
Date: 31 August, 2017 08:37AM
Is there any possibility tо know true full name of the V. H. in "The Traveller" — that story is dedicated to him or her.

Re: Clark Ashton Smith—His Life and Letters
Posted by: Ancient History (IP Logged)
Date: 31 August, 2017 06:03PM
Almost certainly Vivia Hemphill, Smith's jealous "friend" in Auburn in 1921-1922. There are a couple mentions in Shadow of the Unattained.



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