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Fri Mar 21 17:06:37 2014 UTClccn-n831902960.24Ghosts /0.501.00El-e-phant148964337n 831902961005771Sun and Moon Presslccn-n82108920Messerli, Douglas1947-edtlccn-n84160359Bernstein, Charles1950-lccn-n50018447Guest, Barbaralccn-n90723218Press Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n82071099Hejinian, Lynlccn-n88202003Ronk, Martha Clarenp-sherry, jamesSherry, Jamesnc-autry museum of western heritageAutry Museum of Western Heritagelccn-n80131047Shurin, Aaron1947-lccn-n94063411Otis College of Art and DesignSun & Moon PressFictionGraphic novelsComic books, strips, etcBiographyPoetryArchivesInterviewsCity and town lifeNew York (State)--New YorkAmerican poetryGraphic novelsLiteratureLiterature--PhilosophyPoeticsDetective and mystery storiesHejinian, LynWomen poetsProse poems, AmericanUnited States, WestPoetry of placesEnglish poetryEnglish literatureEnglishNew York (State)Sun & Moon PressAmerican fictionUnited StatesPublishers' catalogsPublishers and publishingMesserli, Douglas,Manners and customsPoetry--EditingArt literatureVangelisti, PaulKPFK (Radio station : Los Angeles, Calif.)Barnes, Djuna1978198219851986198719891991199319941995200220572128813.54PS3551.U77ocn0165777478831ocn030611315book19940.25From the other side of the century : a new American poetry, 1960-19902891ocn013848711book19860.73Bernstein, CharlesContent's dream : essays 1975-19842012ocn019669582book19890.66Guest, BarbaraFair realism1881ocn016577747book19870.53Hejinian, LynMy lifeBiography+-+39758620061442ocn032876591book19950.33The Gertrude Stein Awards in Innovative American Poetry, 1993-1994813ocn050681895book20020.93Place as purpose : poetry from the western statesPoetry+-+K459862006812ocn024388251book19910.92Sherry, JamesOur nuclear heritage812ocn028567203book19930.95Shurin, AaronInto distances+-+0776862006324601ocn009119501book19820.93Mac Low, JacksonFrom Pearl Harbor Day to FDR's birthday : 7 December 1981-30 January 1982 : poemsUpon its original publication in 1982, From Pearl Harbor Day to FDR's Birthday, representing work written from the 7th of December 1981 to the 30th of January 1982, was recognized as a significant new direction in the writing of noted poet Jackson Mac Low. Although he had written disjunctive poems since the 1930s, this work evinced a new interest, aroused in part by the "Language" poets, in intentional methodology, as opposed to his chance-oriented poems, writing he continued in Bloomsday (1984) and in Pieces O'Six (published in the Sun & Moon Classics in 1992)262ocn028103973book19930.93Messerli, DouglasAlong without : a fiction in film for poetryVolume 1 of the trilogy, The Structure of Destruction, this film in which the characters speak poetry, is a saga with parallels with AIDS and Smiles of a Summer Night. --Littoral Books. a playful and profound filmscript-poem- play, in which a startling array of found texts interwoven with the poet's own words and stage directions, creates a narrative as suspensful as it is poetic. --Marjorie Perloff31ocn013238299serial0.81Sun & Moon contemporary literature series21ocn868710390book19860.24Auster, PaulGhostsFiction21ocn078205767book19780.98Horvath, LouVu : [poems]11ocn868708201book19850.24Auster, PaulCity of glassComic books, strips, etcFictionGraphic novelsA late-night phone call from a stranger involves Quinn, a mystery writer, in a baffling murder case stranger than his novels11ocn028443743book19851.00Djuna Barnes : interviews : James Joyce, Diamond Jim Brady, Lillian Russell, D.W. Griffith, Mother Jones, Coco Chanel, Kiki, Lunt and Fontanne, David Belasco, the Vernon Castles, Flo Ziegfeld, Yvette Guilbert, Frank Harris, Alfred Stieglitz, and many othersInterviews11ocn041831119book1.00Vangelisti, PaulPaul Vangelisti PapersArchivesJournals, typescripts, correspondence, and audiorecordings documenting Vangelisti's literary and editing career. The collection contains the typescripts for most of Vangelisti's published work, including anthologies and some of the magazines he edited, flyers from poety readings and performances. Audiorecordings of broadcasts he produced for Pacifica Radio's L.A.T.E (Los Angeles Theater of the Ear) series are also in the collection. Typescripts from other writers, particularly Robert Crosson, Ray DiPalma, Dennis Phillips, and Martha Ronk, are also included51ocn061464176book19940.92Sun & Moon PressSun & Moon classicsCatalogs41ocn033261479serial1.00El-e-phant21ocn029252950mix0.92Sun & Moon PressSun & Moon Press archivesArchivesThe archives documents the publishing history of the Sun & Moon Press during almost its entire operation. It is a compilation of correspondence with authors whose works were published by the press, of production materials (manuscripts, galleys, etc.), and a variety of documents related to the business activities (financial records, trade catalogs, advertisements, etc.) of the press. Scattered throughout the collection are biographical materials for various writers and artists, interviews, designs, collages, broadsides and postcards11ocn741926387serial0.47Sun & Moon PressSun & Moon Press catalogueCatalogs11ocn862841451mix0.47Sun & Moon PressSun + Moon Classics+-+3975862006+-+3975862006Fri Mar 21 15:44:55 EDT 2014batch10587