American poetry -- 20th century -- Periodicals
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsFound in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview Materials related to Aerial Magazine, a poetry magazine founded by Rod Smith in 1984, that focuses on avant garde and experimental poetry. The collection includes submissions of poems related to Ariel/Aerial issues one through nine, letters to the editor, promotional material, financial records, and other printed materials.
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items include letters and manuscripts from Ed Dorn, Charles Olson, John Wieners, and Stan Brakhage, plus Scrapbook, an unpublished assemblage of photographs and text once proposed as a Frontier Press publication; and...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 The Martha King Collection contains the editorial and business records for Giants Play Well In The Drizzle, including production material, correspondence, and financial records; materials related to the additional publication projects Northern Lights Poetry Chaplets Series, SpotS, and The Bubba Mesia; and personal records for Martha King including manuscripts, correspondence, and poetry...
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.
Overview 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.
Overview Smelt Money: A Poetics Newsletter from the Kaw Valley Bottoms, 1996-1999, was a thirteen issue poetry publication consisting of a single sheet folded twice, edited by Jim McCrary. The collection contains correspondence and production material for all thirteen issues; an item level register; and a floppy disk containing email correspondence, the index, and print files for issues 8-13.