Jeffery Beam Papers (#4888) ca. 1968-2007


Jeffery Beam Papers (#4888) ca. 1968-2007

Jeffery Scott Beam is a North Carolina poet. The collection includes papers, correspondence, poetry notebooks, publications, and other related materials of Jeffery Beam. Correspondence documents his role as an active member in the literary and gay communities. Also included are drafts and publication materials for his published books and files pertaining to his unpublished collections of poetry. There is also correspondence with poets Jonathan Williams, Thomas Meyer, James Broughton, and Damon Sauve, editor of . Oyster Boy Review

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