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Thu Oct 16 18:02:20 2014 UTClccn-n780787680.10Dictionary of literary biography. american poets since World War II0.711.00Bill Costley papers,7411990Robert_Kelly_(poet)n 78078768214110Kelly, Robertlccn-n88660588Leary, Parisedtlccn-n80152378Black Sparrow Presslccn-n80025663Cooney, Seamusnp-mackintosh, grahamMackintosh, Grahamprtlccn-n2001062548ProQuest Information and Learning Companylccn-n88094002Cape Goliard Presslccn-n82093549Gray, Earlelccn-no98050962Edwards Brothers, Incprtlccn-n78053224Morrow, Bradford1951-lccn-n85156610Martin, BarbaraKelly, Robert1935-BibliographyBiographyCatalogsRecords and correspondenceAmerican poetryShort storiesAmerican literatureAuthors, AmericanCaliforniaUnited StatesBlack Sparrow PressFantasy fiction, AmericanKelly, Robert,LiteratureShort stories--Women authorsLiterature--Theory, etcShort stories, EuropeanShort stories, CanadianShort stories, EnglishProse literaturePopular literatureShort stories, AmericanShort storyStephens, James,Wilding, Michael,Cather, Willa,Levertov, Denise,Eshleman, ClaytonBlackburn, PaulBrakhage, StanWakoski, DianePoets, AmericanBaraka, Amiri,Creeley, Robert,Snyder, Gary,McClure, MichaelMeltzer, DavidWieners, John,Hirschman, Jack,Lamantia, Philip,Enslin, TheodoreHollo, AnselmNew York (State)Poetry--EditingAntin, DavidDorn, EdwardFox, Hugh,Coleman, Victor,Jones, Jeanetta LEigner, Larry,Marlatt, DaphneWilliams, Jonathan,Tomlinson, Charles,Owens, Rochelle1935195719591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320149942371540811.54PS3521.E4322ocn000711488ocn002952633ocn587369524ocn442253437ocn680513560ocn032870313ocn051643250ocn032870331ocn032870382ocn032870393ocn032870282ocn033087348ocn032938567ocn032210932ocn03292115611525ocn000711488book19650.35Leary, ParisA controversy of poets; an anthology of contemporary American poetry3688ocn000703195book19730.79Kelly, RobertThe mill of particulars3307ocn003874111book19780.74Kelly, RobertThe convections+-+77680312353243097ocn001582784book19750.84Kelly, RobertThe loom2889ocn015252202book19870.74Kelly, RobertNot this island music+-+07410312353242637ocn007578016book19810.88Kelly, RobertSpiritual exercises : [poems]2613ocn011676665book19850.70Kelly, RobertA transparent tree : fictions2576ocn009731768book19830.86Kelly, RobertUnder words2513ocn000118138book19700.70Kelly, RobertKali YugaBiography2497ocn032926214book19950.77Kelly, RobertRed actions : selected poems, 1960-19932427ocn000151287book19710.86Kelly, RobertFlesh, dream, book2332ocn000023945book19690.84Kelly, RobertThe common shore, books I-V; a long poem about America in timeBibliography2296ocn000432992book19680.88Kelly, RobertFinding the measureRecords and correspondenceAccompanying letter: to John Martin, 1967 Aug. 11, typed, signed in ink with P.S. in pencil; author compliments job done on galleys; asks that Sanskrit inscription be added and encloses photocopy of same; encloses also insert to be placed oposite t.p.; detailed remarks listed on two separate pages2161ocn006816074book19810.84Morrow, BradfordA bibliography of the Black Sparrow Press, 1966-1978CatalogsBibliography21412ocn000914076book19570.86Kelly, RobertThe scorpions+-+41605096253242097ocn025713484book19920.92Kelly, RobertA strange market+-+70230312352096ocn039532791book19980.90Kelly, RobertThe time of voice : poems, 1994-1996+-+94258792062012ocn022345992book19900.63Kelly, RobertCat scratch fever : fictions+-+46665247451982ocn017506523book19880.53Kelly, RobertDoctor of silence : fictions1563ocn000006542book19680.92Kelly, RobertSongs I-XXXBrakhage once told me that the notion of calling his adamantine 8-mm films "Songs" came to him from me. The name returned to me as the exact title for these experiments in the extended lyric. These poems are parts of a continuous process of finding each day's song, not of a long poem or any such thing. Roots & manifestations recur: we walk the same streets day by day. As a group, these thirty Songs are dedicated to Stan Brakhage. --Robert KellyDonated by Ron Janssen441ocn061859721book20050.96Kelly, RobertShame = Scham : a collaboration121ocn049798114book20020.39Short story criticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcPresents literary criticism on the works of short-story writers of all nations, cultures, and time periods. Critical essays are selected from leading sources, including published journals, magazines, books, reviews, diaries, newspapers, pamphlets, and scholarly papers+-+450401232543ocn005210466book19780.86Simmons, Kenith LevicoffOld maids and the domination of the sea : Robert Duncan, Stan Brakhage and Robert Kelly on the self in contextCriticism, interpretation, etc42ocn611353634file0.18Robert Kelly : (1935-)Criticism, interpretation, etc31ocn028419704mix0.96Niagara Frontier Review collectionPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence and submissions addressed to Charles Boer, poet and editor of a small magazine of poetry and prose published (1964-1966) in Buffalo, N.Y.; and photocopies of mss. by associate Charles Olson. Correspondents include Robert Creeley, LeRoi Jones (Imamu Amiri Baraka), and Robert Kelly11ocn774693116mix1.00Enslin, TheodoreTheodore Enslin PapersThe Theodore Enslin Papers are a collection of correspondence and manuscripts written to and by Theodore Enslin between 1957 and 1975. Collection highlights include letters written by Paul Blackburn, Robert Bly, Carol Berge, Hayden Carruth, Cid Corman, Diane DiPrima, Clayton Eshleman, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Henry Rago and Gary Snyder. SERIES DESCRIPTION: Series I: Correspondence Series I contains five boxes of correspondence with such notable literary figures as Paul Blackburn, Robert Bly, Hayden11ocn702164034visu1.00Wakoski, DianeDiane Wakoski letters to John MartinArchivesLetters from Wakoski to her friend and publisher John Martin cover a variety of topics: progress on her poetry; Black Sparrow Press books, projects, and authors, including Charles Bukowski, William Everson, John Fante, and Robert Kelly; teaching; friends and family; avant-garde music and musicians, including La Monta Young; art pottery; gambling; and movies. The letters also contain drafts of poems, photographs, and copies of letters between Wakoski and others (including items from Martin and Clayton Eshleman). Some letters are addressed to both John and Barbara Martin11ocn049360188book19670.88Kelly, RobertFinding the measureRecords and correspondenceAccompanying letter: to John Martin, 1967 Aug. 11, typed, signed in ink with P.S. in pencil; author compliments job done on galleys; asks that Sanskrit inscription be added and encloses photocopy of same; encloses also insert to be placed oposite t.p.; detailed remarks listed on two separate pages11ocn028419718mix1.00New American Poetry Circuit (Organization)New American Poetry Circuit recordsCorrespondence, mss. of writings of members and prospective members, business records, and promotional materials. Members represented include David Antin, Paul Blackburn, Victor Coleman, Ed Dorn, Theodore Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Larry Goodell, Jack Hirschman, Anselm Hollo, Kenneth Irby, Robert Kelly, Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, Daphne Marlatt, David Meltzer, Jerome Rothenberg, Armand Schwerner, and Diane Wakowski11ocn049359022book19680.47Kelly, RobertLetter : to David OssmanRecords and correspondenceDiscusses his forthcoming trip to San Francisco area for poetry readings11ocn122457526book1.00New American Poetry Circuit (Organization)Correspondence, mss. of writings of members and prospective members, business records, and promotional materials. Members represented include David Antin, Paul Blackburn, Victor Coleman, Ed Dorn, Theodore Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Larry Goodell, Jack Hirschman, Anselm Hollo, Kenneth Irby, Robert Kelly, Philip Lamantia, Michael McClure, Daphne Marlatt, David Meltzer, Jerome Rothenberg, Armand Schwerner, and Diane Wakowski11ocn316266002book19960.10Dictionary of literary biography. american poets since World War IICriticism, interpretation, etcBio-bibliographyBiography DictionariesDictionariesBio-bibliography Dictionaries11ocn079463101mix1.00Wallrich, LarryLarry Wallrich collectionThe collection consists of correspondence, manuscript material, photographs, and printed material collected by Larry Wallrich, a London book dealer, from 1959-1992. The correspondence is from various poets, artists, and other individuals to Wallrich, and mostly discusses the sale and publication of their books and general personal news. Correspondents include Stan Brakhage, Kirby Congdon, Andrew Crozier, Diane DiPrima, Albert Fine, Mark Gibbons, Michael Gold, Aidan Higgins, Robert Kelly, Hugh Kenner, R. B. Kitaj, Philip Lamantia, James Liddy, Edward Lucie-Smith, Michael Glenn McClure, David Metzler, Miriam Patchen, David Posner, Gerald Robitaille, Tom Raworth, James Reeves, Ruthven Todd, Jonathan Williams, and Rudolph Wurlitzer. In addition, the collection contains printed material collected by Wallrich, such as announcements, brochures, prospectuses, reviews, and catalogs. Finally, the collection includes some manuscript material, including drafts of poems by Michael McClure and Tom Kerrigan, and transcripts of interviews with William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg11ocn010716106mix1.00Costley, William KBill Costley papersRecords and correspondencePersonal and family documents and correspondence from other authors, including Vincent Ferrini, Robert Kelly, and Denise Levertov11ocn493895510mix1.00Economou, GeorgeGeorge Economou papersCorrespondence, manuscripts, documents, photographs, video and tape recordings, and printed materials relating to Economou's poetry manuscripts, to publications and performances to which he contributed, and to his teaching career as a professor of medieval literature. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Paul Blackburn, Robert Creeley, Ted Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Anselm Hollo, Robert Kelly, Margaret Randall, Charles Tomlinson, and Diane Wakoski11ocn058772318mix1.00The Love magazine archiveThe Love Magazine Archive is a part of the Avant-Garde Collection at the Fales Library, New York University. The Love collection contains correspondence and manuscripts submitted to the magazine by notable art, music and literature figures of the period. Series 1 contains correspondence, most of which is from 1966 and 1967, with contributors (actual and potential), as well as a few typed manuscripts of material submitted to the magazine (see Levertov, box 1, folder 14). A portion of the correspondence refers to a simultaneously published poetry magazine that Young also edited called: Loveletter. Items are authored by: Philip Whalen, Jim Harrison, Robert Kelly, Denise Levertov, John Sinclair and Gary Snyder, among others of note. It also contains solicitations for material sent to John Coltrane, Allen Ginsberg, and Jack Kerouac. Series 2 contains typed and some handwritten manuscripts submitted to the magazine11ocn064323345rcrd19920.47Kelly, RobertRobert Kelley [sic] workshop #1 7-9-92Robert Kelly prose workshop, Language into language, given at the Naropa Institute, July 9, 1992. Kelly begins by discussing the experiments of Raymond Roussel and Georges Perec, then asks students to read their own work. Kelley and the class comment on the students' work. Kelly concludes his prose workshop by discussing the centrality of imagination to human life11ocn122404983book1.00Costley, William KRecords and correspondencePersonal and family documents, financial records, literary and political files, and correspondence with other authors including Larry Eigner, Vincent Ferrini, Hugh Fox, Robert Kelly, and Denise Levertov11ocn049358942book19620.47Kelly, RobertLetter : to David OssmanRecords and correspondenceDiscusses various projects, recent and forthcoming, mainly those associated with his journal Trobar11ocn014994997mix0.47Ossman, DavidTape recordings of interviews with poets and poetry readingsInterviews with 44 poets, mostly American, for the radio program "The Sullen Art" (1960-1961); correspondence from those poets and from listeners regarding that program; poetry readings by 7 poets for the series "The Poet in New York"; tapes of the Berkeley Poetry Conference (July 13-23, 1965), including lectures and poetry readings+-+7768031235324+-+7768031235324Thu Oct 16 15:11:39 EDT 2014batch29903