Paul Vangelisti Papers 1970-2009


Paul Vangelisti Papers 1970-2009

Papers of Paul Vangelisti, poet, editor, translator, publisher, and radio producer. The collection includes correspondence with colleagues; drafts of single poems, as well as published collected works including (1973), (1978), (1991), and (2007); book and art reviews; and notebooks. Also included are materials related to Vangelisti's editorial work for the literary magazine and the anthology . The materials also include Vangelisti's editorial projects including (2002), and (2006). The papers contain audiorecordings of (L.A.T.E.) radio broadcasts produced by Vangelisti and writings of others. Also included are materials relating to Vangelisti's poetry readings and literary conferences, as well as typescript drafts of poetry and essay translations. Air Portfolio Villa Days Shadows Pass Ribot L.A. Exiles: A Guide to Los Angeles Writing, 1932-1998 Place as Purpose: Poetry from the Western States Nuova Poesia Americana: San Francisco Los Angeles Theatre of the Ear

21.2 Linear feet; 42 archive boxes, 3 record cartons and 10 oversize folders



SNAC Resource ID: 6656581

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