Tom Clark Papers, 1963-1991

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Tom Clark Papers, 1963-1991

Tom Clark Papers, 1963-1991

Thomas Willard Clark (1941- ) was the poetry editor of (1963-73), senior writer of (1978-79) and instructor in poetics at New College of California (1988- ). He wrote numerous books of poetry, wrote a biography of musician Neil Young (1971) and books on baseball. The collection consists of correspondence and manuscripts sent to Clark by various authors for possible publication. Also includes many of Clark's manuscripts as well as manuscripts and correspondence from other authors. The Paris Review The Boulder Monthly

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