Fanny Howe Papers, 1924-1993

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Fanny Howe Papers, 1924-1993

Fanny Howe Papers, 1924-1993

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Auster, Paul, 1947-....

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Paul Auster (b. 1947) is a Brooklyn-based novelist, screenplay writer, poet, essayist and translator. From the description of Paul Auster collection of papers, 1999-2006 2000-2005. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 770725385 From the guide to the Paul Auster Papers, 1963-1995, 1972-mid-1995, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) From the guide to the Paul Auster collection of papers, 19...

Senna, Carl, 1944-....

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Owen, Maureen, 1943-

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Maureen Owen, poet, publisher, and editor, was born in 1943 in Graceville, Minnesota. Owen began publishing and editing Telephone Books and Telephone magazine in 1969. During the 1970s, she worked as coordinator and director (1976-1980) of the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery in New York City. From the description of Maureen Owen collection of Greenwich Village poetry, 1975-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702179195 American poet, editor and publisher, M...

Mus, David, 1936-....

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Corbett, William, 1942-....

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"William Corbett is a Writer-in-Residence in the Program of Writing and Humanistic Studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His books of poetry include Boston Vermont (Zoland Books, 1999), New and Selected Poems (Zoland Books, 1995) and Don't Think: Look (Zoland Books, 1991). He has published two memoirs: Philip Guston's Late Work: A Memoir (Zoland Books, 1994) and Furthering My Education (Zoland Books, 1997). He writes frequently on art, and has published John Raimondi, Sculpture. He l...

Guest, Barbara

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American poet and dramatist. From the description of Port : a murder in one act : annotated typescript, c1964 / by Barbara Guest. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 18433605 ...

Rotenberg, Bettina

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Delillo, Don

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The American Repertory Theatre production opened Apr. 10, 1986, at the Hasty Pudding Club, 12 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, Mass. From the description of The day room : a play in two acts / by Don DeLillo, 1986. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 764505652 Bradford Morrow is an American novelist, essayist, poet, editor, and writer of short fiction. He was born on April 8, 1951, in Baltimore, Maryland, and grew up in Littleton, Colorado. In 1968 he was a...

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Lowell, Robert, 1917-1977

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American poet, playwright, translator, educator. From the description of Papers, 1845-1988 (bulk 1970-1977). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122453067 Lowell was an American poet. Bidart (1939-) was a student of Lowell's and is also an American poet. From the guide to the Robert Lowell letters to Frank Bidart, 1970-1976., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) An...

Dahlberg, Edward, 1900-1977

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Edward Dahlberg was an American poet, novelist, and critic. From the description of Edward Dahlberg fonds. [1930]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 667848419 American novelist, essayist, autobiographer, literary critic, and poet. From the description of Edward Dahlberg papers, circa 1925-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864299 Biography Edward Dahlberg, American writer of...

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Marquand, John.

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Levine, Philip, 1928-....

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American poet and educator Philip Levine, born January 10, 1928, in Detroit, Michigan, was educated at Wayne State University (A.B., 1950) and the University of Iowa (M.F.A., 1957). Born August 2, 1934, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, poet and educator Stephen Berg attended the University of Pennsylvania, Boston University, and the University of Indiana, prior to receiving a B.A. from the State University of Iowa in 1959. Since 1963 Stephen Berg has served on the faculty of Temple University in P...

Aldrich, Nelson W. (Nelson Wilmarth), 1841-1915

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Architect; d. 1986. From the description of Nelson W. Aldrich interview, 1985 Apr. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220185109 Father-in-law of John D. Rockefeller, Jr.; financier and philanthropist who served as U.S. representative (1879-1881) and senator (1881-1911) from Rhode Island and chairman of the U.S. National Monetary Commission (1908-1912). From the description of Nelson Aldrich microfilm collection, 1777-1930 (bulk 1879-1915) [microform]. (Providence ...

Howe, Fanny Quincy, 1870-1933

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Biography Fanny Howe was born into a distinguished Boston family in 1940. Her father, Mark De Wolf Howe, taught Law at Harvard University and was the first Charles Warren Professor in the History of American Law. He also was in the process of writing a multi-volume biography of Justice Oliver Wendall Holmes. At the time of his death in 1967 he had completed two volumes. Fanny Howe's mother, Mary Manning Howe, was born in Dublin, Ireland and h...

Armantrout, Rae, 1947-

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American writer and poet, Armantrout teaches classes on poetry and personal narrative at the University of California, San Diego. From the description of Rae Armantrout papers, circa 1970-2001. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 462519833 Rae Armantrout was born on April 12, 1947, in Vallejo, California, and grew up in San Diego. She studied literature at UC Berkeley, where she received her bachelor's degree in 1970, and at San Francisco State University where she earned her mas...

Howe, Susan, 1937-

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BIOGRAPHY Born in 1937, Susan Howe's career as a poet grew from a painting and drawing career and began, with the exception of publications of earlier poems in serials, with the 1974 edition of Hinge Picture (New York, Telephone Books). Closely associated with the late 1970s and 1980s Language Poets' movement, Susan Howe's poetry and scholarship are most accurately characterized as language based and experimental. Howe's early training and c...

McCall, Dan.

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Braverman, Melanie, 1960-

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Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005

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Sponsored by Stanford University, the English Department, the Creative Writing Program, the Stanford Humanities Center, the Stanford Library, and the Library Associates. From the description of A symposium on his poetry and his place in American letters : recording, 2005 Nov. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864090 David Shaff was at Yale at this time; he wrote and edited poetry. From the description of Letters to David O. Schaff, 1962-1965. (Unknown). WorldC...

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Coolidge was born Feb. 26, 1939 in Providence, RI; attended Brown Univ., 1956-58; drummer with Serpent Power, a San Francisco rock group; producer of Words (weekly hour of new poetry) at KPFA-FM in Berkeley, CA, 1969-70; author of various books of poetry, including Flag flutter and U.S. Electric (1966), Clark Coolidge (1967), Space (1970), The so (1971), Suite V. (1973), The maintains (1974), and Polaroid (1975); co-editor of Joglars, 1964-66. From the description of Correspondence, ...

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Howe, Mary Manning.

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Howe, Mark de Wolfe, 1906-1967

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Law professor, author. LL. B. Harv. Law School, 1933. Secretary for Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, 1933-1934. Practiced law in Boston, 1933-1937. Prof. of law, U. of Buffalo Law School, 1941-1945; prof of law, Harv. U., 1945-1967. Editor: Holmes-Pollock Letters; Touched with Fire; Holmes-Laski Letters; Occasional Speeches of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Author: Constitutional Law (casebook, with others); Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes: Vol. I, The Shaping Years, 1841-1870 (1957), Vol. II, The Proving Y...

Boone, Bruce

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Banks, Russell, 1940-....

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Delafield, Fritz.

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Walker, Alice, 1944-....

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Alice Walker (1944- ), African American poet, novelist, and activist. From the description of Alice Walker papers, circa 1930-2010. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 233538612 Alice Walker (1944- ), African American poet, novelist, and activist. Walker has written numerous essays, novels, and collections of poetry. Her novel THE COLOR PURPLE, published in 1982, won both the Pulitzer Prize and the American Book Award. John Ferrone served as Alice Walker's editor at Harcourt, Bra...

Warsh, Lewis

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American poet, novelist, and editor Lewis Warsh was born in New York City in 1944. He received his B.A. and M.A. from City College of the City University of New York and has taught at various institutions since 1973, including Queens College, Farleigh Dickinson University, SUNY Albany, and Long Island University. In 1965, Warsh attended the Berkeley Poetry Conference where he met poet Anne Waldman; during the late 1960s, Warsh was active among a group of New York poe...

Mynes, Jess, 1970-

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Michael Gizzi was born in Schenectady, New York in 1949 to Carolyn and Anthony Gizzi. He had two brothers, Peter and Thomas Gizzi. He spent part of his childhood living in Ohio and lived in East Greenwich, Rhode Island for three years (10th, 11th, and 12th grade) of high school. His parents moved up to Pittsfield, Massachusetts and he returned to Rhode Island as an undergraduate student at Brown University where he recieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976. He would return to Brown...

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Beckett, Samuel, 1906-

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Beckett was an Irish playwright and novelist. From the guide to the Samuel Beckett papers concerning, Cascando, 1961-1962., (Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Beckett was an Anglo-French playwright and novelist. From the guide to the Samuel Beckett papers, 1960-1975., (Harvard Theatre Collection, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Samuel Barclay Beckett was ...

Moran, Bob, 1931-

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McPherson, James

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Young, Ferry Marquand.

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McCutcheon, Peter, -1907

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Major, Clarence

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Clarence Major, born in Atlanta, Georgia, was raised in Chicago where he briefly attended the Chicago Art Institute. He began writing before joining the U.S. Air Force in 1955, during which he continued to write poems and short stories. From 1958 to 1961 he edited Coercion Review, which put him in touch with such writers as William Carlose Williams, Robert Creeley, and Allen Ginsberg, and allowed him to continue to develop his craft. In 1966 Major moved to New York City, where he became further ...

Wieners, John 1934-....

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Poet John Wieners was born in Boston on January 6, 1934. After graduating from Boston College in 1954, Wieners attended Black Mountain College from 1955-1956, studying under Charles Olson and Robert Duncan. He became associated with the Poet's Theatre in Cambridge, and his two one-act plays were produced by the New York Poet's Theatre and Judson Poets Theatre in New York. In 1957 he founded the poetry magazine, Measure, and in 1962 received the Poet's Foundation Award. Among his pub...

Silliman, Ronald, 1946-....

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American poet. From the description of Disappearance of the word, appearance of the world : signed typescript, [1976?]. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 18849645 American poet, writer, and editor, born in Pasco, Washington, in 1946. Has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area most of his life, and is associated with the Language School of writers. Attended Merritt College, San Francisco State Univ., and the Univ. of California a...

Mirskii, M. (Mark)

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Childress, Alice

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Pioneering African-American writer, actress and director Alice Childress (1916-1994) was popularly known for her best-selling novel, "A Hero Ain't Nothin' but a Sandwich," and her plays, most notably "Wedding Band: A Love Story in Black and White." In the 1930s she met and married Alvin Childress, best known for his role as Amos in the television series, "Amos and Andy. "She was a founding member of the American Negro Theatre, and in 1944 she and her husband Alvin appeared in "Anna ...

Asner, Edward, 1929-

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Heaney, Seamus

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Seamus Heaney (b1939), poet, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, was born in April 1939, the eldest of nine children. His father owned and worked a small farm in County Derry in Northern Ireland. At the age of twelve he won a scholarship to St. Columb's College, a Catholic boarding school situated in the city of Derry, From 1957 he lived in Belfast, moving in 1972 to the Irish Republic, where he now lives. His poems first came to public attention in the mid-1960s when he was active as one ...

Watten, Barrett

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Morrow, Bradford, 1951-....

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Founded in 1981 by its editor, Bradford Morrow, who himself published the first three issues; subsequently published by David Godine, Collier Macmillan, and, beginning with issue 15 (1990) Bard College, where Morrow is professor of literature. Beginning with issue 14 (1989) it has constituted a semi-annual series of anthologies on a single topic, many of them guest-edited. Writers published in Conjunctions include many associated with Brown University, especially with the Graduate Program in Lit...

Scott, Peter, 1962-

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Tate, James, 1943-....

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American poet. From the description of Papers, 1970-1980. (Washington University in St. Louis). WorldCat record id: 26090178 From the description of James Tate Papers, 1944-1998 (bulk 1962-1998). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 191957085 James Vincent Tate was born James Vincent Appleby on December 8, 1943, in Kansas City, Missouri, to Samuel Vincent Appleby and Betty Jean Whitsitt. Tat...

Grenier, Robert

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Valentine, Jean

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Palmer, Michael, 1942-2013

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Payne, Johnny, 1958-....

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Equi, Elaine

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Hejinian, Lyn

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American poet, publisher, and editor, born in San Francisco in 1941. Associated with the Language School of contemporary poetry. Publisher of Tuumba Press chapbooks since the late 1970s and editor of Poetics journal since 1982. An important figure in promoting the avant-garde poetry of her day. Has spent most of her life in the San Francisco Bay Area. From the description of Lyn Hejinian papers, 1973-1994. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat recor...

Bellamy, Dodie

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Gizzi, Peter

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Michael Gizzi was born in Schenectady, New York in 1949 to Carolyn and Anthony Gizzi. He had two brothers, Peter and Thomas Gizzi. He spent part of his childhood living in Ohio and lived in East Greenwich, Rhode Island for three years (10th, 11th, and 12th grade) of high school. His parents moved up to Pittsfield, Massachusetts and he returned to Rhode Island as an undergraduate student at Brown University where he recieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976. He would return to Brown...

Fraser, Kathleen, 1935-

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A poet and author, Fraser was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1937 and studied poetry in New York at the New School for Social Research and the Poetry Center at YMHA. She taught at the Iowa Writer's Workshop (1969), directed the Poetry Center at San Francisco State University (1972-1975), founded the literary journal How(ever), and taught creative writing at SFSU (1972-1992). She is an advocate of innovative women's writing and has worked to publish living women poets. From the descriptio...

Scalapino, Leslie.

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Leslie Scalapino (1947-2010) is a California Bay Area poet, scholar, experimental prose writer associated with the "Language School" poetry movement, and founding editor of O Books (Oakland, Calif.). At an early age, she traveled throughout Asia, Africa, and Europe, and her later work reflects some of these influences, including meditation on Zen writing and Tibetan philosophy. Her work has been published in many poetry and academic journals since the 1970s. Her awards include the Poetry Center ...

Howe, Helen, 1927-

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Armah, Ayi Kwei, 1939-....

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Rodefer, Stephen

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American writer. From the description of Stephen Rodefer papers, 1955-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122540967 BIOGRAPHY Stephen Rodefer's professional life has proven as eclectic and wide-ranging as the poetic voice emerging from his numerous books. As educator, he has taught undergraduate seminars at San Francisco State University, the University of California at San Diego, Jesus College at Cambridge University--a...

Mailer, Norman

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Norman Mailer was born in Long Branch, New Jersey in 1923 and raised in Brooklyn, New York. After graduation from Boys High School, he later graduated from Harvard University. Mailer served two years in Leyte, Luzon and Japan during World War II. In 1948, he produced his first novel, The Naked and the Dead, considered by many critics to be one of the most important novels to emerge from the second world war. Mailer's second novel, Barbary Shore, was described by its author as a "product of inten...