Northwestern University
Harvey Breit, poet, playwright, and interviewer, was a reviewer for the New York Times Book Review from 1940-1965. This collection consists of more than 225 pages of correspondence sent to Breit during this period by more than fifty authors and public figures.
University of Virginia
Moffitt and McCurdy discuss poetic styles and composition, critique each other's poetry and exchange personal news. Topics include Ezra Pound and Wallace Stevens, the modern preference for unrhymed poetry, Gnosticism and Moffitt's conversion from Hinduism to Catholicism
University of Virginia
Letters and poems to Rosenberger by selected American poets in response to his query for new poems to inculde in the column, "A Selection of recent american poems" to be published in the British periodical, Poetry quarterly. Only poems of interest to Rosenberger appear in this collection; some poets state that they are submitting a certain number of poems; and a small number of the poems are in this collection
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
The Richard Hugo papers and other materials document the career of the prominent Northwest poet, teacher and critic -- The core of the collection is a number of literary manuscripts, which, among other items, consists of poetry notebooks and drafts of poems and essays (mainly dating from the final decade of Hugo's life), as well as galleys, page proofs, printer's copies and typescripts for Hugo's posthumous publications. The collection also contains books with Hugo's annotations (including works by Theodore Roethke and Wallace Stevens), correspondence, photographs, publications and reviews of Hugo's work. Correspondents include Edward Harkness, Lars Gustav HellstroĢˆm, Ripley Hugo, Philip Levine, Jerome Mazzaro, William Stafford, David Wagoner and James Arlington Wright. Other portions of the collection document dealings with the publishing house, W.W. Norton & Company, the Yale University Younger Poets Series and the University of Montana English Department. One of the earliest items ... Read More
Washington and Lee University - Special Collections and Archives
Mainly the correspondence of Thomas H. Carter and the editors of Shenandoah, 1950-53, and of Mr. Carter, 1950-1962, including numerous letters from leading contemporary literary figures; typescripts from v. III, no. 3, 1952, v. IV, nos. 2-3, 1953, of Shenandoah
New York Public Library
This is a synthetic collection consisting of manuscripts, a typescript, and correspondence by and about the author -- The manuscripts and typescript consist of articles, essays, and lectures related to the author by Conrad Aiken, W.H. Auden, and Randall Jarrell. The correspondence consists of letters by the author, dating from 1935 to 1954, to Babette Deutsch, May Sarton, Frances Steloff, Julian Symons, Ruth Witt-Diamant, and others, as well as letters relating to the author, dating from 1935 to 1964, between various correspondents including Randall Jarrell, Michael Roberts, Holly Bright Stevens, and the publishing firm of Alfred A. Knopf
Yale University
The Furioso papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts of submissions, editorial board files, and other office files relating to the publishing history of Furioso; a Magazine of Verse (1939-1953). Correspondents include E. E. Cummings, Richard Eberhart, Weldon Kees, Lawrence Olson, Ezra Pound, Peter Viereck, and William Carlos Williams. Manuscripts are primarily typescripts and setting typescripts of submissions to Furioso. The office files include advertising and publicity material, the correspondence and decisions files of the editorial board, and financial documents
Yale University
Fred Benjamin Millett Correspondence is comprised of incoming letters from American and British authors dating from 1933 to 1950. The authors write in response to Millet's request for information while preparing his books: Contemporary British Literature: A Critical Survey and 232 Author-bibliographies (New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1935) and Contemporary American Authors: A Critical Survey and 219 Bio-bibliographies (New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1940). Correspondents include: Sherwood Anderson, Gordon Bottomley, John Dos Passos, Edna Ferber, F. Scott Fitzgerald, H. D., Ernest Hemingway, Langston Hughes, Robinson Jeffers, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Dorothy Parker, Ezra Pound, Katharine Susannah Prichard, Ethel Sidgwick, Wallace Stevens, Carl Van Vechten, Robert Penn Warren, Evelyn Waugh, Thornton Wilder, and William Carlos Williams. In his questionnaire Millett asked authors for a list of writings, biographical information, whether the author is represented in an oil portrait, and ... Read More
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Incoming correspondence, typescripts of literary works, clippings of articles, and photographs pertaining to "Contempo." Among the correspondents are Conrad Aiken (one letter, one poem), Sherwood Anderson (four letters), Kay Boyle (three letters, one long poem), James Branch Cabell (one letter), Erskine Caldwell (one letter, one short story), Hart Crane (two letters, one poem), e. e. cummings (one letter), Hilda Doolittle (H.D.) (one long poem), T.S. Eliot (one letter), William Faulkner (two letters, one note), Langston Hughes (3 letters); H.L. Mencken (three letters), Eugene O'Neill (one letter), Ezra Pound (twelve letters, one clipping), Upton Sinclair (ten letters), Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas (two letters), Wallace Stevens (two letters), and William Carlos Williams (seven letters, one article)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Series 1.1.1. Selected author correspondence (names beginning with O-T): This series contains correspondence with writers and critics of major import, as selected by Rubin. Note that writers and critics of special importance in Rubin's papers are listed in the general abstract for this collection


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