American poetry -- New York (State) -- Buffalo
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
The Gabrielle Bouliane collection includes materials related to the life and career of Gabrielle Bouliane as well as slam poetry events. Gabrielle Bouliane was a performance poet who performed at several National Poetry Slams and founded the Nickel City Slam. The collection materials includes ephemera and articles related to slam poetry events as well as notes and other written materials by Gabrielle Bouliane.
Earth's Daughters Collection, 1969-2015, contains materials related to the production of the magazine. The bulk of the material is submissions by poets. Other material includes correspondence, editorial business, financial records, grant applications, distribution records, production material, submission records, subscription records, art and ephemera.
Materials related to Mark Hammer's publications and work organizing poetry reading in Buffalo. Mark Hammer is the editor of Uprising magazine, author of the book "Iris", and has coordinated the Red Flannel Reading Series between 1988 to 1995. The collection includes correspondence, submissions, drafts, ephemera, and other related materials.
Collection of scrapbooks, poetry, and photographs documenting local items of interest and people of Buffalo and Western New York gathered by James Nichol Johnston for his anthology, The Poets and Poetry of Buffalo. Also includes scrapbooks from Johnston's mother, Jane Nichol Johnston.