Records, 1961-1970.


Records, 1961-1970.

Mostly typescript poems (some signed; many with printer's marks and editorial annotations) of contributors to the first six issues of the magazine edited by John Logan, first in Chicago and then in Buffalo. It welcomed both new and established poets. Letters to the editor accompany some of the poems. The work of approximately 100 writers is represented here.

Approximately 300 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 6757540

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