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Overview The Anthony Ostroff collection contains all of the poet's published and unpublished poems, plays, short stories and articles in manuscript and published form, with thousands of corrections in the poet's hand; the complete records for The Contemporary Poet as Artist and Critic (1964), including all manuscripts (many with corrections), contracts, and correspondence; tape recordings prepared by Ostroff, including the series he directed for the national...
Overview Michael Palmer is a poet, translator, and educator known for his lyric meditations and interdisciplinary collaborations with dance and the visual arts. He has published books of poetry regularly since 1971, as well as essays and translations, and has created and adapted work in collaboration with the Margaret Jenkins Dance Company. The Michael Palmer Collection includes six boxes of manuscripts material, primarily handwritten, for several of Palmer's books; 20 boxes of correspondence from...
Overview The Sand Dollar Collection contains all relevant archival material for Unicorn Bookshop and Sand Dollar Bookshop; all retained manuscripts, correspondence, galley and page proofs, flyers and ephemera, and business records for Maya and Sand Dollar Books; all other personal literary correspondence and manuscripts as received by Jack Shoemaker and Sand Dollar, records related to readings Shoemaker organized in California; all ephemera for literary and art events he received over the years 1965 to...
Overview The Score Collection contains concrete and assemblage poetry, mail art, editorials, criticism, correspondence, and production matter for issues 1-12 of Score magazine. Also included is editorial and production material for broadsides and other publications.
Overview The Martin Seymour-Smith Collection contains letters from Robert Creeley, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Robert Graves, Donald Hall, Philip Larkin, Tom Raworth, Giles Gordon, Terence Hards, Brian Higgins, Alan Hodge, Judith Nye, James Reeves, and Charles Sisson; notebooks, manuscripts, and/or proofs for many of Seymour-Smith's creative, critical, and biographical publications; photocopies of letters and diaries by Robert Graves; and photocopies of letters by Laura Riding Jackson.
Overview The Marc Widershien Collection contains manuscripts for over a dozen books and chapbooks, many of them self-published; his dissertation The Presence of Modern French Literature in the Writings of Ezra Pound (1979); manuscripts of individual articles and reviews; a collection of many of his first appearances; letters; and various personal items.
Overview The Wormwood Review Collection contains the editorial business records for Marvin Malone's Wormwood Review. Material includes editorial correspondence, manuscript submissions, production material, indices, and financial records. Collection also contains D.A. Levy correspondence and a small portion of Marvin Malone's personal records including photographs, family tree, and his first magazine, Bucolics and Cheromanics.