Records, 1967-1978.


Records, 1967-1978.

The records of a New Orleans underground newspaper published during the 1970s including clippings, correspondence, drawings, legal documents, manuscripts, and photographs. Much of the collection focuses on obscenitycharges brought against the newspaper's publishers--Darlene Fife and Robert Head--by the state of Louisiana. The prominent correspondents include Charles Bukowski, Rich Mangelsdorff, Richard Morris, William Wantling, and the Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers.

1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes).

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Mangelsdorff, Rich (person)

Wantling, William (person)

American poet and novelist; b. 1933; d. 1974. From the description of William Wantling papers, 1957-1974. (Mclean County Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 230808862 ...

Morris, Richard, 1939 July 12- (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...

Head, Robert B. (person)

Bukowski, Charles J. (person)

Charles Bukowski was born on August 16, 1920 in Andernach, Germany, the son of a US soldier and German woman. His family immigrated to the United States in 1922 and settled in Los Angeles, where Bukowski spent most of his life. After a brief marriage to Barbara Frye, the rich publisher of a small poetry magazine, Bukowski began in 1958 twelve years of work as a Post Office clerk. In 1955 Bukowski began writing poetry, publishing volumes almost annually. His first collection, Flower, Fist, and Be...

Nola Express. (corporateBody)

Fife, Darlene (person)