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Publishers and Publishing -- Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Alcheringa Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PCMS-0002
Overview The Alcheringa Collection spans the entire history of the magazine, including approximately 100 manuscript items representing a broad range of the poetry, articles, and reviews that were published; approximately 200 letters and 46 postcards from internationally known poets, anthropologists and folklorists including Michael Corr, Robert Creeley, Ted Enslin, Jerome Rothenberg, Gary Snyder, Nathaniel Tarn, and Dennis Tedlock; approximately 1,219 items of business...

Drafting Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PCMS-0044
Overview 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.

First Intensity Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PCMS-0041
Overview 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.

Edgar Zodiag Friedenberg papers

 Collection — Box 1-10
Identifier: 17/F/396
Overview Collection of Edgar Zodiag Friedenberg, 1935-1976. Includes personal and professional correspondence and manuscripts of his articles, book reviews and books.

Hand and Flower Press Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PCMS-0032
Overview The Hand and Flower Press Collection contains manuscripts by Thomas Blackburn, Tom Boggs, Charles Causley, Arthur Constance, Thomas Fassam, Erica Marx, Edwin Morgan, Kathleen Nott, Juanita Peirse, Rosey E. Pool, and many others; page proofs for the anthologies Black and Unknown Bards and Beyond the Blues; business records including sales and royalty statements, contracts, receipts, ledgers, news clippings, and various documents relating to the production of Beyond the Blues; correspondence;...

The League to Support Poetry Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PCMS-0010
Overview The League to Support Poetry Collection contains Dorothy Hobson Fitzgerald's written account of the League's history; her selected correspondence with such poets and critics; manuscripts by Alice Mears, Henry McLaughlin, Starr Nelson, and Eve Triem; complete sets of The Poetry Bulletin and The New Quarterly of Poetry; recordings of several radio broadcasts; a few of the mimeographed brochures that circulated...

Sand Dollar Collection

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Identifier: PCMS-0015
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...

Kenneth Warren collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: PCMS-0088
Overview The Kenneth Warren collection consists of materials related to the work of Kenneth Warren with the majority related to the journal House Organ. Kenneth Warren was the editor and publisher of the poetry journal House Organ as well as the director of Lakewood Public Library. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, and other related materials.

Wormwood Review Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PCMS-0043
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.