Concrete poetry archives, early 1940's-1967. G-L. [1940-1967]


Concrete poetry archives, early 1940's-1967. G-L. [1940-1967]

Correspondence, poems, jottings, worksheets, representing more than 100 leading avant-garde poets, collected for the publication of An Anthology of Concrete Poetry (1967) compiled by Emmett Williams. Includes original drafts of poems submitted to Williams for publication with layout instructions and notes on the genesis and meaning of poems. Poets represented include Alain Arias-Mission, Carlo Belloli, Claus Bremer, Ian Hamilton Finlay, and Eugen Gomringer.

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SNAC Resource ID: 6966617

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