Manuscripts, etc. for six volumes of poetry written or compiled by Ernest M. Robson, several in collaboration with others, including his wife Marion, who either designed or did the calligraphy for all the books issued by the press they founded, Primary Press.
The Nancy Rubin Stuart papers include notes, drafts, audio tapes, video scripts, correspondence, and printed materials, chiefly relating to her professional activities as a writer of non-fiction books, magazine articles, and television programs, along with a smaller quantity of personal papers. The material dates from 1979 to 2011.
2 linear feet (2 records center boxes, 1 letter-sized document case)
1975-1999 (bulk 1987-1993)
The John C. Russell papers are a collection of the late playwright’s scripts, notebooks, journals, correspondence, photographs and personal documents, most of them produced during the six years before his death in 1994.
Founded in 1982 by Richard Cloke, the San Fernando Poetry Journal published only poetry. This collection contains primarily manuscript material, including typescript poems submitted for publication, edited manuscripts, and final proofs. There are also several folders of business records and correspondence and a folder of photographs.
71.5 Linear feet (71 record center boxes, 1 document box)
The Naomi Schor papers span the years from 1950-2002 and consist of personal and professional correspondence, literary manuscripts, research and teaching materials, and materials from her professional activities. The collection documents Schor's career as one of the foremost scholars of French literature and critical theory and a pioneer feminist theorist of her generation.
Harry Smith graduated from Brown in
1957, and by 1964 he had established his own literary magazine:
The Smith. He went on to establish a second magazine, Pulpsmith,
as well as a small press, Smith-Publishers, which published
works of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and drama. This collection
includes correspondence, book reviews, notebooks of prose and
poetry, production files with galleys and page proofs,
manuscripts, and photocopies.
Founded, edited, and published by Judith Neeld from 1970 through 1990 Stone Country Press produced Patterns, a Literary Journal, from 1970 through 1973. In 1974 the publication changed its name to Stone Country, a Magazine of Poetry, Art and Letters. The collection is primarily made up of correspondence and manuscript drafts of material published by Stone Country Press. It also includes business records, promotional materials, and some printed items.
From 1974 to 1988, Sunbury Press published women poets, blue-collar poets and minority poets. Founded and run by Virginia Scott, the press was based in Bronx, New York. This collection contains the camera-ready copy of several manuscripts, NEA grant materials, business records, legal files, and circulation and promotion materials.
Parker Tyler Correspondence from Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams
0.25 Linear feet (42 letters)
The Parker Tyler Correspondence consists of forty-two letters from Ezra Pound (1885-1972) and William Carlos Williams (1883-1963), addressed to Parker Tyler, a young American poet and literary critic. This small but rich body of correspondence serves a dual function: it sheds light on Tyler's development and reputation as a writer; and, most importantly, it offers valuable insights into the personal lives and the poetic theories and techniques of two major figures in American literature.