Records of Little Magazine 1965-1988


Records of, Little Magazine TXRC95-A96., 1965-1988

Records of Little Magazine 1965-1988

These records contain correspondence, production files, and businessdocuments, including subscription letters. The production files contain asubstantial number of manuscripts published by the magazine throughout its run.


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Kinnell, Galway, 1927-2014 (person)

Poet and professor. From the description of Papers, 1936-1980. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 56815853 American poet. From the description of Introduction to Seamus Heaney's reading to the Academy of American Poets at the Morgan Library : typescript with autograph revisions, [1984]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270874953 From the description of The fundamental project of technology : typescript photocopy with autograph revisions, [n.d.]. (Un...

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Willis, Meredith Sue (person)

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Butscher, Edward. (person)

Tagliabue, John, 1923-.... (person)

John Tagliabue (1923-2006) was an American poet and playwright. Born in Italy, Tagliabue came with his family to the United States while still a child. He studied English at Columbia University where his fellow students inluded Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac, and over his career received six Fulbright fellowships which he spent in Italy, China, Japan, and Indonesia. He taught for more than 35 years (1953-1989) at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, where he actively recruited notable poets like D...

Reeve, F. D. (Franklin D.), 1928-2013 (person)

Ammons, A. R., 1926-2001 (person)

Poet and university professor Archie Randolph Ammons was born near Whiteville, N.C., in 1926. He earned a reputation as one of the nation's leading poets in the decades after he joined the Cornell University faculty in 1963, becoming Goldwin Smith Professor of Poetry a decade later. Recipient of the Bollingen Prize and the National Book Award and Critics Circle Award for poetry, Ammons was one of the first recipients of a MacArthur Foundation fellowship in 1981. From the description ...

Wild, Peter, 1940-.... (person)

Gilliland, Elizabeth. (person)

Gordon, Mary, 1949-.... (person)

Unterecker, John, 1922-1989 (person)

Author, poet, and professor of English at Columbia University from 1958-1974 (M.A. 1948; Ph.D. 1956). From the description of Papers, 1961-1987. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122571632 BIOGHIST REQUIRED Author, poet, and professor of English at Columbia University from 1958-1974 (M.A. 1948; Ph.D. 1956). From the guide to the John Eugene Unterecker Papers, 1961-1987, (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) ...

Williamson, Jack, 1908-2006 (person)

Jack Williamson is, beyond any doubt, the Dean of the Science Fiction Writers, with his career spanning from 1928 to the present. Born in 1908, Williamson traveled to New Mexico by covered wagon. In 1928 he sold his first story, The Metal Man, and has continued to write through 2005, with his latest novel being The Stonehenge Gate . He earned a B. A. and M. A. degree from Eastern New Mexico University, and a Ph. D. from the University of Colorado. In the course of his career, Williamson has been...

Kuzma, Greg. (person)

Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (U.S.) (corporateBody)

The 1200-member organization of publishers, printers, editors, writers, researchers, and libraries was formed in Berkeley, California, in May. 1967 to disseminate information about printing and marketing small magazines and books. The organization publishes a monthly newsletter providing technical information on writing and printing, distribution data, grant information, review sources, and writers' market information. Members also received technical pamphlets on printin...

Kates, James. (person)

Stout, Robert Joe (person)

Kidd, Virginia. (person)

Andrews, Jeanné R. (person)

Little Magazine (corporateBody)

The Quest was founded in the fall of 1965 by Alexis Levitin. The original editorial staff and board comprised--like Levitin--graduate students at Columbia University. Levitin created a literary magazine which attempted to avoid a narrowly-defined focus and to encourage good writing from contributors of many viewpoints. We expect (read the magazine's entry in the Directory of Little Magazines) of the artist not only a well-wrought structure, but, within it, a creative and meaningful ...

Berke, Judith. (person)

Bukowski, Charles. (person)

Le Guin, Ursula K., 1929-2018 (person)

Ursula K. Le Guin (b. Oct. 21, 1929, Berkeley, CA-d. Jan. 22, 2018, Portland, OR) is an author noted for fantasy, science fiction, and children's literature. Born in California, her father was an anthropologist and her mother was a writer; she was educated at Radcliffe and Columbia. Her diverse and respected short stories and novels are built on themes of balance and the environment, and often express feminist concerns. Praised for creativity, elegant prose, and complex characters and s...

Sullivan, Francis, 1929- (person)

Oldknow, Antony, 1939- (person)

Yates, J. Michael (person)

Schaeffer, Susan Fromberg. (person)

Truesdale, C. W. (Calvin William), 1929-2001 (person)

Rios, Albert. (person)

Hacker, Marilyn, 1942-.... (person)

Goldbarth, Albert. (person)

sherwin, Judith Johnson. (person)

Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938-.... (person)

As the winner of the National Book Award for her 1970 novel Them and the recipient of four O. Henry awards and numerous other literary prizes, Joyce Carol Oates is among the most distinguished writers in the United States. In her considerable body of work, she has created an array of male and female protagonists from a diversity of regional, economic, and occupational backgrounds. In the four decades since her first book, the short-story collection By the North Gate, appeared to critical acclaim...

Roth, Henry H. (person)

Morris, Herbert. (person)

DiPalma, Ray. (person)

Kroll, Judith, 1943- (person)

Wayman, Tom, 1945- (person)

Born in Hawksbury, Ontario, in 1945, but raised mainly in British Columbia, Tom Wayman graduated with a BA from the University of British Columbia in 1966 and an MFA in English and Creative Writing from the University of California at Irvine in 1968. Since that time he has worked as a writer-in-residence and faculty member at a variety of institutions. He worked as a writer-in-residence at the University of Windsor (1975-76), University of Alberta (1978-79), Simon Fraser University (Spring 1983)...

Hartwell, David G. (person)

Levitin, Alexis. (person)

Lifshin, Lyn. (person)

Lyon, George Ella, 1949- (person)

Johnson, Curt, 1928-2008 (person)

Curtis L. Johnson (1928-2008) oversaw December Press, a literary press in Chicago, from 1962 until his death in 2008. The press published December, A Magazine of Arts and Opinion and several novels, focusing on writers who weren’t being published elsewhere. Among the writers of the magazine were Blei, John Bennett, Jerry Bumpus, Jay Robert Nash, Joyce Carol Oates, and Raymond Carver’s breakthrough Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?, among others. From the gui...

Seavey, Ormond. (person)

Henkin, Bill, 1944- (person)

Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines (U.S.) (corporateBody)

André, Michael. (person)

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Smith, Dave, 1942- (person)

Poet Dave Smith (David Jeddie Smith, pseudonym Smith Cornwell) was born in Portsmouth, Virginia, on December 19, 1942. He received his B.A. degree from the University of Virginia in 1965, his M.A. from Southern Illinois University in 1969, and his Ph.D. from Ohio University in 1976. He served in the United States Air Force from 1969-1972, reaching the rank of staff sergeant. Smith began his career as a high school teacher of English and French and football coach in Poquoson High Sch...

Kaminsky, Marc, 1943-.... (person)

Marc Kaminsky was born in New York City in 1943. He attended Columbia University, earning his B.A. in 1964 and his M.A. in 1967. He earned an M.S.W. from the Hunter College School of Social Work in 1978. Between 1972 and 1977, Kaminsky worked for the the Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA), where he was director of the West Side Senior Center. At JASA, he organized and conducted the first writing and reminiscing groups for older adults, developing a model for what has become a st...

Gardner, John. (person)

Pedrick, Jean, 1922- (person)

Jordan, June, 1936-2002 (person)

June Jordan was born in Harlem, New York on July 9, 1936. Jordan fostered a love of literature and writing poetry as a child. She attended Barnard College and University of Chicago. June Jordan married in 1955 and had one child. A poet, novelist, essayist, editor and children's author, Jordan published her first poetry collection, Who Look at Me, in 1969. Jordan was a visiting scholar/poet at many institutions, including MacAlester College, City College of the City University of New York, Univer...

Klein, Elizabeth. (person)

Banks, Russell, 1940-.... (person)

Bergé, Carol, 1928- (person)

Carol Bergé, born in 1928 in New York City, is primarily a poet and fiction writer. She was educated at New York University, 1946-1952, and at the New School for Social Research, 1952-1954. Bergé worked as a journalist and editorial assistant during the 1950s for such organizations as Simon and Schuster and Forbes magazine. In 1970 she founded Center, a magazine for innovative fiction, and was its sole editor until its demise in 1981. Other journals she has edited include The Missis...

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John Ronald Reuel Tolkien was an author, scholar, and educator. Born in South Africa, he was educated at Oxford, where he nourished a love of philology and myth. During a distinguished career as professor of English at Oxford, he provided renditions of Middle English poems such as Sir Gawain and the Green Knight and Sir Orfeo. Acting on his desire to provide a cohesive mythology for England comparable to that of Greece, he developed the world of Middle-Earth, based on Anglic philology. His most ...

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Viereck, Peter, 1916-2006 (person)

Peter Viereck (1916-2006) was an American Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, and a professor of history at Mount Holyoke College. From the guide to the Peter Viereck Manuscripts, 1963-1965, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Peter Viereck is an accomplished American poet, historian, and scholar. His verse features a unique gift for rhyme, lyricism, and an almost metaphysical infatuation with ideas. His combination of traditional forms with intelle...

Malanga, Gerard. (person)

Black, Charles. (person)

Turner, Myron. (person)

Inez, Colette. (person)

Penzavecchia, James. (person)

Beeler, Thomas T. (person)

Weeks, Ramona, 1934- (person)

Baxter, Charles. (person)