- Seattle, WA: Book Club of Washington, 2004.
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- hardcover, cloth
- 359 pages
- ISBN: 096299541X
Price: $30.00 save 25% $22.50 other currencies
Order Nr. 87535
First edition. George Sterling (1889-1926) was born in Sag Harbor, NY but eventually was sent to Oakland, California to work for his uncle. He spent the majority of his time writing poetry and became a major literary figure. He was friends with Ambrose Bierce, Jack London and Clark Ashton Smith. H.L. Mencken called him the leading candidate for America's Poet Laureate. Sterling did not lead a long life as he committed suicide in 1926.