Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsFound in 88 Collections and/or Records:
Conrad Aiken Papers
Scope and Contents The Conrad Aiken Papers consist entirely of material from his long-standing correspondence with Robert Linscott, an editor with Houghton-Mifflin and later senior editor for Random House. Aiken and Linscott began their long friendship in 1917 and Linscott helped Aiken publish several of his works. Aiken's letters to Linscott document the progress of his work and often reflect Aiken's extreme frustration at his lack of popular success. In them, Aiken describes his personal situation,...
Found in: Manuscripts / Conrad Aiken Papers
Lee Anderson Papers
Found in: Manuscripts / Lee Anderson Papers
Arts in Transit Collection
Scope and Contents The Arts in Transit Collections consists of posters from the poetry and literary programs, MetroLines and Poetry in Motion. Since 2001, Arts in Transit has sponsored various poetry and literary programs. The program has evolved into MetroLines, a regional poetry competition, open to all, children and adults alike. Up to fifteen poems are selected...
Found in: Manuscripts / Arts in Transit Collection
Jennifer Atkinson Papers
Scope and Contents
The Jennifer Atkinson Papers consists of correspondence circa 1985-1995, drafts towards published works including The Dogwood Tree, Dares, and Jepthaw's Vows. Also included are numerous drafts of indiviual works of poetry and prose.
Found in: Manuscripts / Jennifer Atkinson Papers
W.H. Auden Collection
Collection — Box VMF 1, Folder: 06
Scope and Contents
Sapphic ode with scansion in Auden's hand and awards program.
Found in: Manuscripts / W.H. Auden Collection
Mary Jo Bang Papers
Scope and Contents The Mary Jo Bang Papers consists largely of her own manuscript materials, including drafts of individual poems, book reviews, essays, introductions and translations, as well as editorial material toward her published and unpublished books. Also included are personal journals, college work, artwork, printed materials and ephemera. A substantial amount of personal and business correspondence is present, primarily with friends, family, editors, students, and...
Found in: Manuscripts / Mary Jo Bang Papers
John M. Bennett Papers
Scope and Contents A large portion of the Bennett Papers consists of mail or correspondence art, a unique blend of painting, drawing, stickers, rubber stamp work, found objects, poetry, clippings, collage, etc., which are then sent through the postal system. Like all mail artists, Bennett is also a recipient of mail art, and his Papers include hundreds of examples of the work of many of the leading correspondence artists working today. The Bennett Papers also include his own manuscripts and poetry journals, as...
Found in: Manuscripts / John M. Bennett Papers
Carol Bergé Papers
Scope and Contents The Carol Bergé Papers consist almost entirely of her professional and literary papers from 1970 to 2006. They include an extensive collection of correspondence with contemporary literary figures which includes carbons of many of Berge's letters to her correspondents. The Bergé Papers also contain correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, proofs, and promotional material toward nearly all of her post-1970 books, notably Acts of Love, An American Romance, A Couple Called...
Found in: Manuscripts / Carol Bergé Papers
Elizabeth Bishop Papers
Scope and Contents The collection consists primarily of letters and cards from Elizabeth Bishop to Anne Stevenson providing biographical information to be used in writing Elizabeth Bishopas part of Twayne's United States Authors Series. Bishop also discusses her work and comments on literary figures including Robert Lowell, Marianne Moore, W.H. Auden, Ernest Hemingway, John Berryman, and many others. Included with the collection are one typed letter signed from Marianne Moore...
Found in: Manuscripts / Elizabeth Bishop Papers
Paul Blackburn Papers
Scope and Contents The Paul Blackburn Papers consists mostly of letters from Blackburn to Walter Hamady, owner of Perishable Press, Ltd., Madison, Wisconsin, concerning publication of Reardon [Stompout] poems, collection commemorating the death of poet Robert Reardon, 10 items. Typescript [photocopy] of [six] poems included; proofs of pages 8 and 9 of the book; two proofs of poem It might as well be spring, separately printed by Hamady as a broadside, one on white paper, revised by Blackburn, the other on...
Found in: Manuscripts / Paul Blackburn Papers