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Fri Mar 21 17:03:48 2014 UTClccn-n810649900.47COSMEP0.871.00Cosmep Midwest newsletter125498914n 81064990610364C.O.S.M.E.P.COSMEPCOSMEP Abkuerzunglccn-n80004369Higgins, Dick1938-1998edtlccn-n87127382Wings Press (San Antonio, Tex.)lccn-n84229953Miller, Vassarlccn-n82223834Paffrath, Christinelccn-n82223833International Association of Independent Publishersnc-noh directions pressNoh Directions Presslccn-n87837520Krech, Richardlccn-n78003243Simon, John Oliverlccn-n82020545Hogan, Judy1937-lccn-n50023153Fox, Hugh1932-2011edtCommittee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (U.S.)DirectoriesPeriodicalsCatalogsBibliography‡vCatalogsPoetrySmall pressesLittle magazinesAmerican poetryUnited StatesPublishers' catalogsInternational Association of Independent PublishersPublishers and publishingJournalismCommittee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (U.S.)Publishers and publishing--ManagementSmall presses--ManagementSmall press booksDecember (Title)PeriodicalsConcrete poetryToothpaste PressFourth of JulyPrisoners' writings, AmericanBooksellers and booksellingBukowski, CharlesPrintingLouisianaFife, DarleneMichiganUnderground press publicationsNorth CarolinaPerishable Press LimitedPoetry--AuthorshipLouisiana--New OrleansWomen publishersFine booksTribal Research Analysis Communication & Education (Ranchi, India)CensorshipMichigan--Ann ArborPrivately printed booksSouthern StatesTexas--San AntonioEngland--LondonPrivate pressesCoffee House PressHippiesExperimental fictionAuthors, AmericanAuthorsWhitebird, JIowaPoetry--PublishingCreative writing--Study and teachingMichigan--DetroitTexas--Houston19681969197119721973197419751976197719821984198820094563848016.05PS3525.I56351021ocn001082035book19730.79The whole COSMEP catalogCatalogsDirectories733ocn002112041serial0.96COSMEP newsletterPeriodicals571ocn002824477book19760.70Miller, VassarSmall change403ocn010759126book19840.86Paffrath, ChristineThe International Association of Independent Publishers' Cosmep catalogueCatalogsDirectories321ocn003382641book19680.97The anthology of poems read at COSMEP, the conference of small-magazine editors & pressmen, in Berkeley, California, May 23-26, 1968312ocn003785315book19770.92Eat your natchos : Texas Cosmep anthology271ocn006562387serial0.96The Independent publisherPeriodicals222ocn002186839book19690.96Fox, HughAnthology 2 of poems read at the Midwest COSMEP conference : held at Ann Arbor, June, 196981ocn004689630book19710.95Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (U.S.)COSMEP bookstore survey71ocn004734319book19720.96The small publisher's book : or How to print, promote, and sell your book or littlemag71ocn004689589book19740.76Distribution71ocn021965469book19750.88Finances & miscellania [sic]72ocn009021912book19820.81Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (U.S.)Catalogue of independent press publicationsBibliography CatalogsCatalogs52ocn030581953serial0.97COSMEP southPeriodicals21ocn021621789book19751.00Elliott, HarleyReport on the FourthPoetry21ocn026136136serial0.92COSMEP Prison Project newsletterPeriodicals21ocn253754103book19690.92Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (U.S.)Catalog of small press publicationsCatalogs21ocn036689166serial1.00Cosmep Midwest newsletterPeriodicals21ocn012338613book19690.92COSMEP bookstore surveyDirectories11ocn310402562serial1.00CatalogueDirectories33ocn005312891book19730.86Edelson, MorrisSix little magazines11ocn779210048mix0.47Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers (U.S.)COSMEP11ocn659566327mix1.00Whitebird, JWhitebird, Joanie Green, papersHistoryArchivesThe Joanie Green Whitebird Papers, 1950-1997, contain correspondence, scrapbooks, notes, literary productions in draft and final versions, business and financial records, clippings, pamphlets, broadsides, books, postcards, photographs, audio and video materials, ephemera, and artifacts11ocn122628109mix1.00Nola ExpressThe records of a New Orleans underground newspaper published during the 1970s including clippings, correspondence, drawings, legal documents, manuscripts, and photographs. Much of the collection focuses on obscenitycharges brought against the newspaper's publishers--Darlene Fife and Robert Head--by the state of Louisiana. The prominent correspondents include Charles Bukowski, Rich Mangelsdorff, Richard Morris, William Wantling, and the Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers11ocn062718965mix1.00Alternative Press (Detroit, Michigan)The Alternative Press recordsCollection includes: correspondence from friends, family, and prominent artists and writers such as Robert Creeley, Ted Berrigan, Allen Ginsberg, Jim Gustafson, Bradley Jones, Faye Kicknosway, Gregory Maronick, Donald McCaig, Gordon Newton, Futzie Nutzle, Ron Padgett, Robert Sestok, John Sinclair, and Anne Waldman; as well as poems, sketches, Christmas cards, postcards, event announcements, subscription renewal requests, subscription mailings, advertisements, and correspondence with small presses, all documenting the management of the press and the publication of its varied materials11ocn034041059mix1.00Carolina Wren PressCarolina Wren Press recordsThe Carolina Wren Press Records are divided into 2 groups: the Carolina Wren Press Records and the Carolina Wren Press Records: Judy Hogan Papers. The Carolina Wren Press Records are divided into the following series: Correspondence; Writings (including manuscripts submitted to the press by various authors for publication); Publications; Printed Material; Lollipop Power Press (a feminist press publishing non-sexist children's books); Homegrown Books (a publication for reviews of small press work); HYPERION (a poetry journal); Grant Material; Organizations; Office Files; Financial Papers; COSMEP (Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers); and Photographs and Audiovisual Material. Each series documents the growth and activities of Carolina Wren Press and the origins and development of the small press movement of the small press movement in the United States and particularly in the South11ocn219720186mix1.00Toothpaste PressRecords of the Toothpaste/Coffee House PressArchivesSourcesThe records of the Toothpaste Press consist of subject files, correspondence, manuscripts, financial records, and other papers relating to the daily operations and literary output of this private press. The subject files include topics ranging from the Committee of Small Magazine Editors to poetry readings, and submissions and rejections to advertising. Some of the correspondents include: Allen Appel, John Batki, Harry Duncan, Darrell Gray, Anselm Hollo, Steve Levine, Dave Morice, Rochelle Ratner, John Sjoberg, Morty Sklar, Steve Toth, and Michael Irene Welch. The 2003 and subsequent addenda are broken into series. The first series is artwork. Where it is known, a note is inserted into the folder of the book to which the artwork belongs, referring the reader to this series.The second series is made of up of correspondence. Here are letters having to do with business affairs and with manuscripts for which we do not have the manuscript. The third sequence is financial, where are kept all things pertaining to the monetary matters of Coffee House Press. The fourth series is miscellaneous, into which was put anything that did not fit elsewhere, as well as query letters, "no to manuscript" letters, "no to sample" letters, and "yes to sample" letters. The fifth series is the oversize materials, where are kept the manuscripts too large to fit into regular boxes. The last series is the manuscripts, arranged alphabetically by the last name of the author. This series is broken into separate pages, with links to each page. Since the University receives an addition for Coffee House every few years, this collection will continue to grow11ocn021623092book19721.00Special COSMEP conference issueFri Mar 21 15:33:01 EDT 2014batch14942