Papers, 1964-1992.


Fox, William L., 1949-. Papers, 1964-1992.

Papers, 1964-1992.

Included are records of boards on which Fox served; correspondence, reviews, and manuscripts generated by WCPR, including poems by Joanne De Longchamps and Seven Nevada poets; manuscripts, poems, and poetry notebooks written by Fox under his own and his pen name, Ian Tarnman; copies of the New Zealand poetry journal edge, for which Fox was overseas editor; and correspondence from Geoffrey Cook, Jerry Costanzo, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Hugh Fox, D.S. [Donald Stewart] Long, William Ransom, Mary Ellen Solt, William Edgar Stafford, Mark Waggaman, and J. Michael Yeats.

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