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- Names: Western New York Collection of Small Presses and Cultural Institutions (State University of New York at Buffalo) X
- American poetry -- 20th century -- Periodicals 3
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Overview The Athanor collection contains all of the papers relating to the publishing history of the magazine including manuscript submissions, editor's correspondence, and business documents.
Overview The Buckle Collection contains the records for both of Frank’s literary magazines. The Buckle" materials include editorial correspondence (1977 to 1982) along with a few miscellaneous manuscripts and business records. The Buckle& documents include books and magazines inscribed to Frank; general correspondence with various editors, columnists, critics, directors, actors, and Israeli and American poets;...
Overview The Frontier Press Collection includes publications, manuscripts, galleys, proofs, designs, artwork, and correspondence relating to Harvey Brown's Niagara Frontier Review and Frontier Press. Notable items include letters and manuscripts from Ed Dorn, Charles Olson, John Wieners, and Stan Brakhage, plus Scrapbook, an unpublished assemblage of photographs and text once proposed as a Frontier Press publication; and...
Overview Opened in 2006, the Hallwalls Collection contains the Hallwalls Video Collection Preservation Project, featuring recorded performances as well as thousands of items of publications, photographs, artist files, grant applications, business records, calendars, publicity materials, and other ephemera and realia documenting the history of the Contemporary Arts Center.
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 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.