Letter to Clark Ashton Smith

From H. P. Lovecraft

10 Barnes St.

April 19, 1928

Dear C A S:—

just now I'm feeling rather like a Californian, because I have old de Castro's memoirs of Bierce in my hands for possible revision. It is full of anecdotes of the San Francisco literati; but is so rambling, & so stuffed with material which scarcely touches on Bierce, that it will require a tremendous amount of re-casting. . . . . . . . . I shan't accept the job unless I can make pretty decent arrangements, for it's going to be a very hell of a grind.

With all best wishes,

Yr most oblig'd & obt Servt,

Selected Letters (Arkham House) 326

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