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- Poets, American--20th century--Correspondence 18
- American poetry -- 20th century 9
- Poetry -- Periodicals 8
- Poetry -- Publishing 8
- Publishers and Publishing -- Correspondence 8
- Little magazines 7
- Poets, American--20th century 6
- Publishers and Publishing 5
- Visual poetry 4
- American poetry -- 20th century -- Periodicals 3
- Concrete poetry 3
- Correspondence -- Poetry, English -- 20th century 3
- Letters (correspondence) 3
- Poetics 3
- Poetry -- Translating 3
- Poetry -- Women authors 3
- Poets, American -- 20th century -- Archives 3
- Poets, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence 3
- Beat generation 2
- Journals (periodicals) 2 + ∧ less
- The Poetry Collection 33
- Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988 5
- Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005 3
- Enslin, Theodore 3
- Allen, Donald 2
- Baroni, Vittore 2
- Bennett, John M. 2
- Cole, Norma 2
- Di Prima, Diane 2
- Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965 2
- Eshleman, Clayton 2
- Graves, Robert, 1895-1985 2
- Irby, Kenneth 2
- Jess (1923-2004) 2
- Kelly, Robert, 1935- 2
- Laughlin, James 2
- Lifshin, Lyn, 1942- 2
- Malanga, Gerard 2
- Mariah, Paul, 1937-1996 2
- Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972 2 + ∧ less
Collection contains editorial and business records for the five issues of Boss magazine (1966-1979), BossCards, Boss postcards, and books published by Boss Books. Material includes production material, correspondence, interviews, newspaper clippings, photographs, film stills, negatives, manuscripts, original artwork, and business financial records.
The Bunting Pickard collection contains approximately 1,000 volumes from Basil Bunting's personal library, many signed, inscribed, and/or with notes; the notebook manuscript of Briggflatts; 64 letters from Bunting to Tom Pickard; manuscripts and typescripts of works by Pickard; correspondence; materials relating to the Morden Tower reading series; cassette recordings of Bunting; and miscellaneous photographs.
The Chain collection contains material pertaining to the editorial business and production of Chain magazine from 1993-2004. Material includes correspondence and submissions, production material, printer invoices, and correspondence between the editors, Juliana Spahr and Jena Osman. Formats include printed email, correspondence, floppy disks, CDs, DVDs, and VHS.
The Contemporary Manuscripts Collection contains a total of thousands of pages of manuscripts and/or correspondence from hundreds of poets and writers such as Lascelles Abercrombie, W. H. Auden, David Gascoyne, Elizabeth Jennings, Hugh MacDiarmid, Thomas Merton, Charlotte Mew, Ezra Pound, Alastair Reid, Peter Russell, Winfield Townley Scott, Genevieve Taggard, Ruthven Todd, Henry Treece, and Louis Zukofsky.
The Drafting Collection contains correspondence and assemblage poetry submissions to Kevin Thurston from 1997-2006. Of particular note is the original artwork, poetry, manuscript material, and periodicals.
The Robert Duncan collection comprises over 100 linear feet of manuscript material, correspondence, artwork, ephemera, audio visual material, and printed material related to Robert Duncan’s (1919-1988) life and work, including a significant amount of material related to his partner, Jess (1923-2004), a visual artist who often collaborated with Duncan.
This collection contains material related to the magazine Fire Exit (1967-1975), edited and published by William Corbett for four numbered issues and related broadsides, including correspondence and submissions from 1955-1992; production material for issues 1-4; and William Corbett's personal manuscripts, notebooks, and ephemera.
The First Intensity Collection contains the editorial correspondence for Lee Chapman's literary magazine from 1992 to 2007. Correspondence contains poetry submissions, page proofs, reviews, and articles from poets featured in First Intensity.
The Harry Jacobus collection includes 400 prints of digital art by Jacobus, some of which are manipulations of his paintings and drawings; photographs from San Francisco and travels in Europe and Mexico; a file on the King Ubu Gallery, including photocopied exhibition fliers; correspondence from Jess and other friends and associates; and a digital recording of Robert Duncan's "Foust Foutu" performed at The Six Gallery.
The Robert Kelly Collection contains an extensive collection of Kelly’s autographed and typed manuscripts and notebooks (approximately 58,000 pages); over 4,000 letters to Kelly from such writers as Cid Corman, Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Ted Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Charles Olson, Jonathan Williams, and Diane Wakoski; and copies of many of Kelly’s letters to others.
The Kiosk Collection contains materials from Kiosk: A Journal of Poetry, Poetics, and Experimental Prose, published by Poetics students at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, including editorial correspondence and submissions.
The Raymond Ellsworth Larsson Collection contains approximately 800 of the poet's individual manuscript items; 2 notebooks from 1947; letters to Charles D. Abbott and Eugene Magner; miscellaneous clippings; and approximately 3,314 drawings.
Materials related to Stuart R. Lavin and the journal The Four Zoas. Stuart Lavin is a poet who has published poetry anthologies since 1967 and was the editor for The Four Zoas journal. The collection includes correspondence, poetry drafts, newspaper articles, photos, and other related materials.
The John Logan collection contains the poet's library of over 2,700 books, broadsides and periodicals; manuscripts; approximately 7,000 letters comprising his correspondence with poets such as A. R. Ammons, Robert Bly, Galway Kinnell, James Wright, Robert Duncan, Robert Creeley, and Denise Levertov as well as his editorial and family correspondence; and photographs.
Collection contains editorial and business records for Lost and Found Times magazine, 1975-2005, including manuscript submissions, correspondence, mail art, and production material for all 54 issues. The collection also contains personal poetry business records for John M. Bennett, including correspondence, manuscripts, electronic mail, and journals. The bulk of the collection is mail art.
The Manroot/Paul Mariah Collection contains the editorial and business records for Manroot including production material, correspondence, and financial records; personal records for Paul Mariah including manuscripts, correspondence, school work, poetry community ephemera; and activism records for gay and prisoners rights.
Materials related to the work of Deborah Meadows. Deborah Meadows is a poet, playwright, and essayist whose work includes Goodbye Tissues, Itenerant Man and Representing Absence. Meadows has worked with poets in Cuba and Buenos Aires. The collection includes Meadows' correspondence, notes, drafts, and other related materials.
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.
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.