University of California, San Diego
Journals, typescripts, correspondence, and audiorecordings documenting Vangelisti's literary and editing career. The collection contains the typescripts for most of Vangelisti's published work, including anthologies and some of the magazines he edited, flyers from poety readings and performances. Audiorecordings of broadcasts he produced for Pacifica Radio's L.A.T.E (Los Angeles Theater of the Ear) series are also in the collection. Typescripts from other writers, particularly Robert Crosson, Ray DiPalma, Dennis Phillips, and Martha Ronk, are also included
Stanford University
Griffith's magazines typically highlighted one poet in each issue, and the archive contains manuscripts of the featured poet, extensive correspondence with the writer, and several photographs of him/her. Included are working files for all the issues of the little magazines and small press books Griffith edited and published between 1945 and 1995
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the records of Cherry Valley Editions from 1963 to 1987, the bulk of which are correspondence and manuscripts of works published by the press. The correspondence is, for the most part, either to or from Charles and Pamela Beach Plymell and includes a mix of personal and business-related letters, indicative of their friendships with many of the writers with whom they worked including Hugh Fox, Lyn Lifshin, Dick McBride, Claude Pélieu, and Robert Peters. Also included amongst the correspondence is a signed poem addressed to the Plymells from Allen Ginsberg. Writings include manuscripts of poetry, short stories, and novels submitted to Cherry Valley Editions for publication. Related notes and letters often include details of publishing layout and design. Also included in the collection are reviews of Cherry Valley Editions publications, press releases, materials related to the Plymells' teaching work, and a number of photographs
University of California, San Diego
Literary papers that date largely from Peters' retirement from teaching in 1991 and document his recent poetry and writing, his reviews of contemporary poetry (1993-2001), and his readings and performances. Materials include drafts of poems, collected poetry manuscripts, plays, essays, reviews, and novels; correspondence with family members, friends colleagues, and editors; journals (1966-2004) containing notes, poem drafts, diary entries, and pasted-in memorabilia; and documentation of his reading and performances. Peters' travels and personal life, especially his relationship with his life-partner Paul Trachtenberg, are represented in photograph albums, slides, photoprints
Indiana University
Consists of letters and manuscripts by and about John Addington Symonds, collected by Robert Louis Peters of Huntington Beach, California -- Also included are a few letters from members of Symonds' family and materials about Symonds gathered by Peters and Herbert Schueller for their book Letters of John Addington Symonds (Detoit: Wayne State University, 1967-1969)
Getty Research Institute
Papers collected or generated by Higgins, documenting his involvement with Fluxus and Happenings art movements, pattern and concrete poetry; new music, and small press publishing from 1972 to 1994, with some letters dated as early as 1960 -- Correspondence primarily consists of carbons of Higgins' letters, with many responses and, in some cases, extensive exchanges with Fluxus, Mail Art and Art and Language artists, Concrete and Sound poets, New Music composers, and Small Press publishers and poets; also includes art pieces and manuscripts by these correspondents. Also, a substantial quantity of Higgins' published works in original manuscript form, some with annotations and correspondence; works rejected by Higgins; production material on 26 of Higgins' 45 published books from Something Else Press, Printed Editions and elsewhere; books by four other authors; and one killed project. The collection also has a small quantity of miscellaneous personal papers and extensive research and ... Read More
Brown University Library
Mostly typescript poems (some signed; many with printer's marks and editorial annotations) of contributors to the first six issues of the magazine edited by John Logan, first in Chicago and then in Buffalo. It welcomed both new and established poets. Letters to the editor accompany some of the poems. The work of approximately 100 writers is represented here
University of California, San Diego
Literary papers of a Los Angeles poet, editor and film actor, the collection contains drafts and typescripts of poems for collected works, notebooks, and scripts for recorded works. Also includes correspondence with other poets and professional colleagues, documentation of his readings, production materials for selected Cahuenga Press publications, annotated scripts for many of his acting roles, and audio and video recordings of readings. 2011 addition inlcues typescript manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, interviews, and ephemera. The 2012-2014 additions includes correspondence, reading announcements, interviews, photographs, and ephemera. Also included are materials related to Northups's blog, "Times Times 3.".
University of California, San Diego
Six letters sent from the poet Robert Peters to the publisher Winston Leyland. Topics include ideas for poems Peters is working on, a class in Gay Lit. he's teaching, and works that Leyland is publishing. Also includes a two-page copy of a poem Roberts excluded from his book, Ikagnak
University of California, Berkeley
Notes, poetry fragments, single poems, poetry collections, plays, and prose works of fiction and non-fiction, largely holograph mss. and typescripts with holograph revisions; travel journals dating from 1960-1986; notebooks; musical compositions by various composers based on poems of Ferlinghetti

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