Poetry -- Women authors
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsFound in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Gail Sher is a San Francisco area-based writer, teacher, and psychotherapist. She earned her B.A. in English from Northwestern University, received a Ford Foundation Fellowship to study linguistics at the University of Texas at Austin but chose instead to study middle English and (later) harpsichord at the University of California, Berkeley. She won a Teacher of the Year award from the combined education faculties of Berkeley, Stanford, and San Francisco State for her high school teaching of...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview The Jayne Lyn Stahl collection contains materials related to the plays, writings and poetry of Jayne Lyn Stahl. Jayne Lyn Stahl was a freelance poet, playwright, freelance essayist, and member of the PEN American Center. The collection includes draft poems, screenplays, letters, and other related materials.
Overview The Carolyn Stoloff Collection contains typed and autograph manuscripts, many with numerous handwritten corrections, for over a dozen individual poems; publicity, reviews, and correspondence for Stepping Out (1971); correspondence to and from individuals such as Sonya Dorman Hess, and to and from little magazines and literary journals including Poetry Northwest, The New Yorker,...
Overview The Jean Starr Untermeyer collection contains over 3,000 letters to Jean Starr Untermeyer and in some cases to Louis Untermeyer from a list of distinguished people; Jean Starr Untermeyer's letters; Louis Untermeyer's letters; various manuscripts for individual poems and prose works by Jean Starr Untermeyer and Louis Untermeyer; typescripts; various auxiliary manuscripts by other authors; photographs; and miscellaneous peripheral items.