Box 120, Folder 1
Box 52, Folder 29
Box 106, Folder 7
Box 8, Folder 10
Box 53, Folder 11
Box 20, Folder 8-12
Poetry by Efraín Morciego and Pedro Lázaro, a dedication by Antonio José Ponte, and an screen adaptation of "Un Buick en La Habana" by Roberto Scheuer and José Luis García. Also includes the following writing on Rodríguez: " Para un cordero blanco: Captación de lo cotidiano fauna y movimiento" by José Angel Avadi, an introduction to a lecture by Rodolfo Häsler, "En el barrio de Reina María" by José Prats Sariol, "'Las islas son mundos aparentes' (Sobre la obra poética de Reina María Rodríguez)" by Ángeles Pérez López, and "Palabras de presentación de la poetista Reina María Rodríguez" by Pablo Vargas. Contains a clipping on Rodríguez and the Casa de las Américas Prize (1984)
Box 21, Folder 4
Box b-001828, Folder 1
This series of materials consists primarily of drafts of Mills' poetry and prose, as well as essay drafts, autobiographical pieces, short stories, reflections, a radio play script, fragments, notes, lists, and numerous drafts of correspondence. Some of these draft letters were addressed to Peter Quartermaine, Robin Crozier, Alan Halsey, Adrian Mitchell, Marjorie Perlof, Jonathan Williams, and Pia Simig, among several others. A small portion of the notes and fragments pertain to novel ideas that Mills was developing and researching. The essays pertain to the works of poets and artists (e.g. Ian Hamilton Finlay, Roy Fisher, David Prentice, and Peter Berry), as well as broader topics, such as the "world of little magazines." Additional materials pertaining to Mills' writing include mockups and layouts of works such as poetry booklets and maquettes, but most significantly the board mockups of "30 Signatures to Silver Catches" by Ian Hamilton Finlay, Margot Sandeman, and Stuart Mills, which Tarasque Press printed in 1971 and also likely put on exhibition. To a lesser extent, the series also contains drawings, paintings, and collages; a small amount of teaching notes; and material related to to Tarasque, Aggie Weston's, and Poet's Poems. Mills' drawing of the Tarasque bird that became the magazine's front cover design is in this series. Some of these publications-related materials include catalogue lists, a note to subscribers, and planning notes.
Box 8, Folder 11
Box b-001449, Folder 7
Consists of drafts of writings by others that John Ennis accumulated throughout his career. These include drafts of the work of known poets such as Eavan Boland, Thomas Kinsella, and Medbh McGuckian, mostly collected through Ennis's involvement in the selection of poetry collections for Poetry Ireland's book club, Poetry Ireland Choice (PIC); as well as writings by poets and authors, such as Chris Agee and Stephanie McKenzie, whom Ennis mentored informally or through his work as a creative writing workshop facilitator. In addition, there are some book-length drafts of poetry collections and longer works submitted for Ennis's Irish-Canadian anthologies. Drafts are occasionally annotated or accompanied by related letters, clippings, and other printed materials.
Consists of writings by others for projects McCarthy supported or organized.
Consists of a selection of drafts, proofs, notes, and printed materials related to Philip Roth's writings and speeches, many of which Roth gifted to Taylor and are inscribed to him.
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Short writings, articles, and reviews about some of Ramírez's works by different authors. Different formats. It is organized alphabetically by work title and then alphabetically by author or geographical region.
Consists of some manuscripts by Irving, including a setting copy of Contemporary American-Jewish Literature: Critical Essays, and print versions of book reviews by Irving as well as reviews about Irving's publications. There are also some publisher files that primarily include financial and legal documents as well as some correspondence. A smattering of research materials is also included.
Box 19, Folder oversize folder 1
Box 35, Folder 14
Box b-001449, Folder 6
Arranged alphabetically by author.
Box 4, Folder 2
This file group includes published and unpublished works Bunnell wrote, edited, reviewed, and/or contributed to. Also consult the Subject Files for files on publications included here, which may include drafts and other materials related to these publications.
This series consists of drafts and proofs of poems and nonfiction books, as well as of articles, interviews, book reviews, and other writings that appeared in various publications, along with some student papers, song lyrics, drawings, and miscellaneous writings. Related editorial and publishing correspondence is also often present along with draft materials for published works.
This file group includes drafts, excerpts, addenda, and final versions of various writings by Pacheco, including poetry, short stories, scripts, screenplays, essays, articles, translations, and others. Also included are writings by other authors, including translations of Pacheco's works. A large number of writings were undated, untitled, unattributed, and in many cases, drafts and fragments mixed together, which were impossible to separate and identify given the disorganized state of the material upon receipt.
Consists of drafts of both individual works and full-length books and book projects by John Ennis in various stages of completion, along with proofs, poem lists, notebooks and loose notes, source materials, research, photographs, cover designs, publicity materials, reviews, correspondence, and press clippings related to Ennis's writings. While the vast majority of materials relate to his poetry, both published and unpublished, a smaller number pertain to musical works created in collaboration with composer Eric Sweeney for which Ennis composed lyrics, drafts of unpublished short stories from the 1970s, and Ennis's 1997 PhD thesis on the use of myth and archetypes in his own poetry.
Consists of drafts, notes, proofs, and source materials for McCarthy's poetry and novels, as well as for his nonfiction writings and play and film treatments. Of note are his extensive poetry workbooks that contain early drafts of many of his published poems.