Elkin, Stanley, 1930-1995
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
William Gaddis Papers
Scope and Contents The William Gaddis Papers consist largely of his own manuscript material: manuscripts and source material toward his books, drafts of various stories, published and unpublished, as well as essays, reviews, interviews, and a miscellaneous assortment of notes and other materials. Also present is a substantial amount of personal and general correspondence, primarily with family, friends, and fans. In addition, there is a relatively large amount of correspondence to editors, translators, and...
Found in: Manuscripts / William Gaddis Papers
International Writers Center Archive
Scope and Contents The International Writers Center Archive consist of materials toward IWC conferences and programs presented or co-sponsored by the IWC including The Writer in Politics, The Writer and Religion, and The Dual Muse: The Writer as Artist, the Artist as Writer; materials towards the production of Literary St. Louis: A Guide; correspondence; journals including Accent, Black Warrior, ...
Found in: Manuscripts / International Writers Center Archive
Howard Nemerov Papers
Scope and Contents The Howard Nemerov Papers are a large group of materials which help document the career of this important American poet. The collection includes a great number of worksheets, drafts, and notes towards poems, essays, lectures, stories, collections, and novels. Nemerov corresponded with numerous important literary figures and their letters are housed in the Nemerov Papers. Kenneth Burke, Maxine Kumin, Kay Boyle, and Reed Whittemore, in particular, have been long-time correspondents with...
Found in: Manuscripts / Howard Nemerov Papers
Jarvis Thurston Papers
Scope and Contents
The Jarvis Thurston Papers consist primarily of correspondence relating to Washington University's Department of English and its visiting writers program. The most significant part of the Thurston collection is the correspondence from James T. Farrell to Thurston and Van Duyn. These letters are of a more personal nature and often discuss literary matters such as Van Duyn's work. A small group of manuscripts, notably two drafts of a Thurston short story, "The Cross," is also included.
Found in: Manuscripts / Jarvis Thurston Papers