Michael Mott Collection 1944-1989

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Michael Mott Collection 1944-1989

Michael Mott, novelist, biographer, editor, poet and essayist, was born and educated in England. He has received awards and critical acclaim for his poetry and novels. He was poetry editor for the from 1966-1970, twice a writer-in-residence at the College of William and Mary (1978 and 1985), and taught on the faculties of Emory University and Bowling Green State University. His biography of Thomas Merton was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and received a 1985 Christopher Award. The Michael Mott Collection includes drafts and notes for Mott’s published and unpublished works, both poetry and prose; journals, diaries and notebooks from 1944-1988; and correspondence with his publishers and with fellow writers from 1965-1989. Kenyon Review

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