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Overview The Intrepid collection is comprised of the personal correspondence and manuscripts of Allen De Loach, including some material pertaining to the literary scene in Buffalo, as well as the working papers, business records, correspondence, and manuscripts relating to both the complete life of Intrepid (1964-1980) and the publication of The East Side Scene (1968, 1972).
Overview The Jargon Society Collection features an extensive collection of materials relating to the long and influential life of the press, including numerous manuscripts and correspondence from such American and English poets as Charles Olson and Robert Duncan, production and promotional materials, financial records, and photographs as well as the manuscripts and personal papers of Jonathan Williams.
Overview The Mica Collection contains manuscripts from such contributors as Carol Bergé, Charles Bukowski, Larry Eigner, J. H. Prynne, and Gael Turnbull; business records including receipts, addresses, announcements, and illustrations; Raymond Federman and Helmut Bonheim's editorial correspondence with writers like Ted Enslin, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Clayton Eshleman, Marvin Bell, Cid Corman, Tom Raworth, Denise Levertov, and Robert Creeley; and miscellaneous...
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Overview Charlotte Pressler is an educator, writer, and musician. Originally from northeast Ohio, she was heavily involved in the pre-punk Cleveland music scene in the 1970s. Since completing her PhD in Renaissance Literature at University at Buffalo in 2002, she has been at South Florida State College, where she is a professor of English and Philosophy and Director of the Honors Program. This collection consists of correspondence, ephemera, and printed material related the creation and publication of...