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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series I. Thorp Springs Press, 1967-1982

Series II. Foreman Family, 1919-1979

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Paul Foreman and Thorp Springs Press:

An Inventory of Materials at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Descriptive Summary

Creator Foreman, Paul
Title Paul Foreman Papers, 1919-1979, and the Records of Thorp Springs Press, 1967-1982
Abstract: The papers relate primarily to the publications of Thorp Springs Press, although some personal and family papers of its creator, Paul Foreman, are also present.
ID TXRC99-A10
Extent 14 boxes (5.83 linear feet), 1 oversize folder
Language English.
Repository Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Paul Foreman, a native of Granbury, Texas, and a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, began his literary career in the winter of 1970 with the publication of Hyperion, a poetry journal co-edited with his wife, poet Foster Robertson, and friend Judy Hogan. In 1971, Foreman, a writer himself, founded Thorp Springs Press (TSP) in Berkeley to provide an outlet for unpublished writers. While Foreman welcomed unsolicited submissions, he sought contributions from writers he admired and respected that might otherwise never make it into print. Foreman initially focused on publishing poetry, fiction, and drama, but over time branched out to publish essays, historical correspondence, and translations. As a Texan, Foreman championed the work of Texas writers and their unique literary sensibilities.

During TSP's two decades of operation, Foreman relied upon a community of friends and acquaintances from California, Texas, and across the country. This network of authors, small press publishers, and magazine editors helped him sell TSP books to independent bookstores, advertise TSP publications, and discover new writers outside the San Francisco Bay area. Foreman's dedication to this community lead to his involvement with COSMEP, the Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers, a formal organization of small presses. Foreman presided as Chair of the Committee from September 1978 to late 1979.

Foreman's biggest success as a publisher came in 1974 with the publication of The Grassman: a Novel by California writer Len Fulton. (Fulton continues to operate his own press, Dustbooks, which publishes The International Directory of Little Magazines and Small Presses as well as other small press publications.) Other notable TSP titles include The New Populism by 1976 Presidential candidate Fred R. Harris, Goliah: a Utopian Essay by Jack London, Letters from the Hill Country: the Correspondence between Rebekah and Lyndon Baines Johnson, and Foreman's own Sugarland.

In 1976, Foreman made several attempts to get funding from the National Endowment for the Arts and applied to the federal government to declare TSP a non-profit organization. While the press eventually received several thousand dollars from both state and federal agencies, non-profit status was never granted. TSP remained in Berkeley until the spring of 1978 when Foreman and family moved to Austin, Texas. In 1979, Foreman opened the Brazos Book Shop which carried mostly small press publications. In Austin, Foreman continued his involvement in the small press community, staging poetry readings, organizing workshops, and speaking about his work as a writer and small press publisher.

After publishing nearly 100 books and journals, Foreman closed the Brazos Book Shop, and TSP ceased operations during the early 1990s.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence, creative works, printed material, photographs, and legal and legal-style documentation, created and maintained by Paul Foreman in his capacity as the editor and publisher of Thorp Springs Press, document Foreman's literary publishing activities and, to a lesser extent, his personal interests and the lives of members of his family. The papers are organized in two series: Series I. Thorp Springs Press, 1967-1982 (13.5 boxes), and Series II. Foreman Family, 1919-1979 (.5 box).

The bulk of the papers consists of the operating records of Thorp Springs Press, which published novels, poetry, and two literary journals, Hyperion and Tawté. The series is organized into three subseries: A. Author Files (5 boxes), B. Creative Works (8 boxes), and C. Subject Files (.5 boxes). The creative works dominate the series and include book-length drafts in various stages of revision, typescripts, and page proofs. Manuscripts represent the work of Jon Bracker, Mark Chain, Morton Grinker, Judy Hogan, James Hoggard, Worden McDonald, Sheila Nickerson, Thomas Parkinson, Thomas Zigal, and others. Although these materials were submitted for possible publication, roughly half of the manuscripts were never published. Letters accompanying and commenting upon many of the manuscripts can be found in the author files, which consist mostly of letters but include revisions and works-in-progress. Also included in the author files are clippings, broadsides, a few contracts and photographs, and a number of letters from other persons with whom the press conducted business, such as printers, editors, and publishers. Frequent correspondents were Joseph Bruchac, Gene Fowler, Len Fulton, Judy Hogan, Gene Nelson, and Sheila Nickerson. The subject files consist of materials gathered by Foreman on topics generally ofa business, not artistic, nature.

The Foreman Family Series (1919-79,.5 box) is organized in two subseries. Subseries A., Paul Foreman (2 folders), includes a file of clippings, creative works, and magazines reflecting Paul Foreman's personal interests. Subseries B., Other Foremans (4 folders), includes a 1919 letter from Paul Foreman's great-great aunt that traces family lineage. Other letters from Foreman's parents and siblings are routine with the exception of a file of correspondence and court records relating to the arrest of Foreman's brother Don in 1976.

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Restrictions

Access

Open for research

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Index Terms

Persons
Adams, Michael, 1945-
Almon, Bert, 1943-
Bergé, Carol, 1928-
Bracker, Jon, 1936-
Bruchac, Joseph, 1942-
Burleson, Bob, 1928-
Caen, Herb, 1916-
Carlisle, Charles R.
Chain, Mark
Christensen, Paul, 1943-
Cody, James
Cook, Geoffrey
Cord, William O.
Crews, Judson
Dauenhauer, Richard
Drake, Albert
Elder, Gary
Fericano, Paul F.
Fowler, Gene, 1931-
Fox, Hugh, 1932-
Fulton, Len
Gale, Vi
Garrett, Alexandra
Grinker, Morton
Harris, Fred R., 1930-
Harrow, Keith
Haslam, Gerald W.
Hawkins, Bobbie Louise, 1930-
Head, Thomas
Henderson, Bill, 1941-
Hirschman, Jack, 1933-
Hogan, Judy, 1937-
Hoggard, James
Hooker, John, publisher
Kopp, Karl, 1934-
Kostelanetz, Richard
LeMieux, Dotty
Luschei, Glenna
Manfred, Frederick Feikema, 1912-
Manfred, Freye
McCrorie, Edward
McDonald, Worden
Miles, Josephine, 1911-
Milosz, Czeslaw
Moser, Norman
Muro, Amado
Nathan, Leonard, 1924-
Nelson, Eugene, 1929-
Nickerson, Sheila B.
Norse, Harold
Oliphant, Dave
Parkinson, Thomas Francis, 1920-
Petty, Ryan
Ranieri, Nick
Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905-
Robertson, Foster
Rudder, Virginia L., 1941-
Rulon, Philip Reed
Savitt, Lynne
Sisson, James
Smith, Jared
Strand, Thomas, 1944-
Strongin, Lynn
Taylor, Charles B.
Tedlock, E.W. (Ernest Warnock), 1910-
Walker, Jack, 1915-
Weaver, Roger
Whitebird, J.
Winans, A.D.
Witt, Harold
Zigal, Thomas
Organizations
New Directions Publishing Corp.
Thorp Springs Press
Hyperion
Tawté
Subjects
Authors, American--20th century
Poetry, American--20th century
Publishers--United States--20th century
Foreman family
Document Types
Broadsides
Criminal court records
Grant proposals
Legal documents
Periodicals
Photographs
Postcards
Proofs
Publishers' catalogs

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Administrative Information

Acquisition

Purchase, 1982 (R9811)

Processed by

Michele Aristegui, Helen Baer, and Matthew Darby, 1998

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Paul Foreman and Thorp Springs Press--Folder List

 

Series I. Thorp Springs Press, 1967-1982

Subseries A. Author Files, 1967-1982
box folder
1 1 A Misc., 1973-77, n.d.
2 B Misc., 1974-75, 1977, 1980, n.d.
3 Bruchac, Joseph, 1974-1976, n.d.
4 Burleson, Bob, 1974-76
5-6 C Misc., 1973-1978, 1980, n.d.
7 Carswell, Jerry, 1971, 1974-75, n.d.
8 Cody, Jim, 1974-76, n.d.
9 Crews, Judson, 1975-76
10 D Misc., 1973-1977, n.d.
11 Dauenhauer, Dick, 1974-1976, n.d.
12 E Misc., 1974-1977, 1981, n.d.
13 Elder, Gary, 1973-1977, n.d.
14 F Misc., 1973-1978, n.d.
box folder
2 1 Foreman, Foster Robertson, 1975, n.d.
2 Foreman, Paul, 1973, 1975, 1977-79, 1981
Fowler, Gene, 1967-78, n.d.
3 1967, 1973-78, n.d.
4 Fires, 1973-76, n.d.
Fulton, Len, 1974-77, n.d.
5 1975-77, n.d.
The Grassman
6 Sales, review copy requests, 1974-77, n.d.
7 Reviews, 1974-75
8 G Misc., 1972, 1974-78, n.d.
9-10 H Misc., 1971, 1974-79, 1981, n.d.
Hogan, Judy, 1969-77, n.d.
11 1969-70, n.d.
12 1971, n.d.
box folder
3 1 1972
2 1973, n.d.
3 1974, n.d.
4 1975
5 1976-77, n.d.
6 I Misc., 1974-77
7 J Misc., 1973-78
8 K Misc., 1971-77, n.d.
9 L Misc., 1972-77, n.d.
10 Luschei, Glenna, 1973-76, n.d.
11-12 M Misc., 1974-1982, n.d.
box folder
4 1 Manfred, Frederick, 1974-77, n.d.
2 Miles, Josephine, 1973-78, n.d.
3 Moser, Norman, 1972-76, n.d.
4 N Misc., 1972-79, n.d.
5 Nelson, Gene, Bracero, 1973-75, n.d.
6 Nickerson, Sheila, 1972-77, n.d.
7 O Misc., 1975-77, n.d.
8 P Misc., 1973-77, n.d.
9 Pullias, Earl, 1975
10 R Misc., 1971-77, n.d.
box folder
5 1-2 S Misc., 1971-77, 1981, n.d.
3 T Misc., 1970-72, 1974-77, n.d.
4 U-V Misc., 1974, 1976, 1978, n.d.
5 Vinograd, Julia, 1974-1975
6 W Misc., 1973-1978, n.d.
7 Winans, Al, 1974-76, n.d.
8 XYZ Misc., 1973, 1976, n.d.
Subseries B. Creative Works, 1968-1982
box folder
6 1-3 Adams, Michael, Blind Man's Bluff, n.d.
Bracker, Jon
4 Duplicate Keys, n.d.
5 Either You Call Me Or I'll Call You and Other Poems, 1973-1975
6 Burleson, Bob, The Shouting Head of Prophet John, n.d.
7 Carlisle, Charles Richard, ed., Tesserae: An Anthology of Twentieth Century Brazilian Poetry, 1978
Chain, Mark
8 Before Silence: Conversation with the Concerns of Poethood, 1971
9 Elegies, 1973
10 Christensen, Paul, The Gulfsongs, n.d.
11 Cord, William O., trans., Rosenda, 1978
12-13 Foreman, Paul, Sugarland: A Story of Texas and Prisons, 1975
Grinker, Morton
box folder
7 1 The Gran Phenician Rover, Book Three (1972-75)
2 I Leave You Waiting: Selected Poetry and Prose of David Sandberg, 1972
3 Harrow, Keith, Steps, 1978
4-5 Hawkins, Bobbie Louise, Back to Texas, n.d.
Hogan, Judy
6 From “the heart of mountain rock”: A diary novel for Paul, 1975
7 Homemade Bread, 1970
8 A Homemade Novel: Composed a chapter a day, or As it happened, 1971
9 The Nectar of the Gods, 1968
10 Poetry, 1971
11 Red the Color of Blood, the Color of Wine: being a bastard novel in several parts, n.d.
12 The whole event is here, 1975
Hoggard, James, Trotter Ross, page proofs
box folder
8 1-3 1981
4-6 n.d.
Hyperion 6, no. 1-4 (1978),
page proofs, (removed to oversize folder 14.1)
McDonald, Worden, An Old Guy Who Feels Good
7-9 Draft, 1973
10-12 Page proofs, n.d.
box folder
9 1 Miller, Barbara Stoler, Agueda Pizzaro de Rayo, and Nabaneeta Dev Sen, “Splitting the Mother Tongue: Bengali and Spanish Poems in English Translations,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 3, no. 3 (1978)
2 Muro, Amado, The Collected Stories of Amado Muro, 1979
3-6 Nelson, Gene, The Bracero, 1972
Nickerson, Sheila
River Notes, 1974
7 Copy 1
8 Copy 2
9 A Tender Radius: The World of the Pine-Wife, n.d.
10 Oliphant, Dave, Footprints (1961-1978), n.d.
Parkinson, Thomas
11 The Canters of Thomas Parkinson, Chiefly Concerning John Wayne and His Horse and Many Incredibilities, n.d.
12 Up Strawberry Canyon..., 1970
box folder
10 1-3 Ranieri, Nick, Tracks: A Novel, n.d.
4-8 Rulon, Philip Reed, ed., Letters from the Hill Country: the Correspondence between Rebekah and Lyndon Baines Johnson, 1981
9 Sisson, James, ed., The Collected Poems of Jack London, n.d.
10 Smith, Jared, An Erosion, 1979
Travois: An Anthology of Texas Poetry, (removed to oversize folder 14.2) 1976
Walker, Jack
Boomer's Gold, (removed to oversize folder 14.3) 1978
box folder
11 1-3 Heaven in My Hand, 1982
Zigal, Thomas, Playland, n.d.
4-5 Page proofs, n.d.
6-8 Printer's copy, n.d.
box folder
12 1-3 Typescript, n.d.
4-6 Variant draft, n.d.
Subseries C. Subject Files, 1972-1980
7 Book review drafts, 1978, n.d.
8 Book review requests and distribution, 1973-78, n.d.
9 Brazos Book Store
10 COSMEP, 1972-79, n.d.
11 Hyperion 13, comments on, 1976, n.d.
12 IWW, n.d.
13 Publicity, 1975-80, n.d.
14-15 Reviews
box folder
13 1-3 Small presses, 1973-79, n.d.
4-5 Taxes, 1973-77, n.d.

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Series II. Foreman Family, 1919-1979

Subseries A. Paul Foreman, 1974-1979
box folder
13 6-7 Foreman, Paul, 1974-79, n.d.
Subseries B. Other Foremans, 1919-1977
8 Foreman, Don, in Washington, 1976-77, n.d.
9 Foreman, James and Rose, 1972-77, n.d.
10 Foreman, Noel, 1955-77, n.d.
11 Foreman, Pearl, 1919
box folder
14 1-3 Oversize materials

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Paul Foreman Papers and the Records of Thorp Springs Press--Index of Correspondents

  • Abbott, Roz--1.1
  • abdu-Ba'ith, Hasan Amin--1.1
  • Albrecht-Carrie, Else--see New Directions Publishing Corp.
  • Allen, Joe (The Wharf Motel)--1.1
  • Allen, Kathryn Ramona, 1939- --see Phillips, Nancy
  • Allen, Paula Gunn--1.1
  • Almon, Bert, 1943- (The University of Alberta)--1.1
  • Alta (Shameless Hussy Press)--1.1
  • Althouse, Michael--1.1
  • Anderson, Douglas, 1943- --1.1
  • Anderson, James, 1947- --1.1
  • Anderson, Michael, 1954- (Texas Center for Writers Press)--1.1
  • Anderson, Wendell B.--1.9
  • Andrews, Lyman, 1938- ( The Sunday Times)--1.1
  • Apodaca, David--see Strongin, Lynn
  • Archetype Press--1.1
  • Arciniegas, Gabriela--1.1
  • Arth, Michael--1.1
  • Asher Paper Company--1.1
  • Auer, Diane--1.1; see also White, Diane Auer
  • Avila, Penny, 1911- --1.1
  • Ayne, Blythe, 1948- ( Talisman)--1.1
  • Balakian, Nona ( The New York Times Book Review)--2.6
  • Baxter, Pat--see Roth, Moira
  • Bell, James K.--2.4
  • Bennett, John, 1938- ( Vagabond)--1.2
  • Berge, Carol, 1928- --1.3
  • Bernard, Sidney--see The Smith
  • Bessie, Simon Michael (Atheneum Publishers)--1.2
  • Boardman, Ernest ( The Texas Observer)--4.5
  • Bock, Layeh Aronson--1.2
  • Bollock, Margot--see Stanley, Autumn, 1933-
  • Bracker, Jon, 1936- --1.2
  • Bradley, Ardyth--1.2
  • Breiding, G. Sutton (George Sutton), 1950- --2.6
  • Brown, Ned--2.6
  • Bruchac, Carol--1.3
  • Bruchac, Joseph, 1942- ( The Greenfield Review)--1.3
  • Burleson, Bob, 1928- --1.4
  • Byrne, Catherine ( San Francisco Chronicle)--1.2
  • Cadnum, Michael--1.5
  • Caen, Herb, 1916- ( San Francisco Chronicle)--1.5
  • Caldwell, Katherine--1.5
  • Calvello, Michael--1.5
  • Canada, Stephen A.--1.5
  • Cantrell, Charles--1.5
  • Caputo, Thomas Head--see Head, Thomas
  • Caracol, Cecelio--1.5
  • Carlisle, Charles R.--1.5, 1.6
  • Carruth, Hayden, 1921- --1.6
  • Carswell, Jerry--1.7
  • Cate, Garth--2.2
  • Cedering, Siv--1.14
  • Chain, Mark--1.6
  • Chandler, William--4.5
  • Chang, Debra--1.6
  • Chao, T. C.--1.6
  • Chen, C. M.--1.6
  • Ciabattari, Jane ( California Living Magazine)--2.4
  • Clark, LaVerne Harrell, 1929- --1.6
  • Clements, Marshall--1.6
  • Cody, James--1.8
  • Cohen Marty, 1947- (Portland Poetry Festival, Inc.)--1.6
  • Conant, Jane--1.6
  • Cook, Geoffrey--1.6
  • Crews, Judson--1.9
  • Crowe, Wesley--1.6
  • Crozier, Bob--1.6
  • Cuelho, Art--1.6
  • Cuneo, Louis ( Mother's Hen)--1.6
  • Dallman, Elaine, 1935- --1.10
  • Daniel, John (Kepler's Books & Magazines)--1.10
  • Darlington, Andrew, 1947- --1.10
  • Davis, Carl Bowen--1.10
  • Davis, Ron--1.10
  • Dauenhauer, Richard--1.11
  • De Silva, Margot--1.10
  • Dellums, Ronald V., 1935- (U.S. Congress)--1.10
  • Derr, Mark B.--1.10
  • Detro, Gene ( Oregon Journal)--1.10
  • Doty, Ruth--1.10
  • Doubiago, Sharon--1.10
  • Drake, Albert--1.10
  • Dreiss-Tarasovic, Marcia M. (Taramara, unltd.)--1.10
  • Dukes, Thomas--1.10
  • Dumitru, Teofil--1.10
  • Dybeck, Dennis--1.10
  • Edelman, Elaine--1.12
  • Efird, Susan L.( The New Yorker)--1.12
  • Ehrlich, Daphne A. (Houghton Mifflin Company)--1.12
  • Elder, Gary--1.13
  • Elder, Robert Baker--1.12
  • Elliott, George P., 1918- --1.12
  • Elliston Book Award Committee (University of Cincinnati)--1.12
  • Essary, Loris ( Interstate)--1.12
  • Eubanks, Jackie--1.12
  • Evans, Jennifer (Austin Writers' League)--1.12
  • Fanning, Patrick (Noe Valley Poetry Series)--1.14
  • Farkas, Randi--1.14
  • Faucher, Real--1.14
  • Fein, Cheri (Poets & Writers)--1.14, 4.6
  • Felstiner, John (Dept. of English, Stanford University)--1.14
  • Fericano, Paul F. (C.R.O.W., Scarecrow Books)--1.14
  • Field, Edward, 1924- --1.14
  • Finch, Vivienne (Headland Publications)--1.14
  • Fisher, Thomas Michael ( Star-Web Paper)--1.14
  • Fisher, Vernon, 1943- --1.14
  • Fite, David--1.14
  • Flarkey, John--see Lamming, Bob
  • Ford, Jon ( Poetryflash)--1.14
  • Foreman, Foster Robertson--see Robertson, Foster
  • Foster, Don--1.14
  • Fowler, Gene, 1931- --2.3, 2.4
  • Fox, Hugh, 1932- --1.14
  • Fox, Robert, 1943- --1.14
  • Fox, Siv Cedering--see Cedering, Siv
  • Franklin, Judith Lynn--1.14
  • Freitag, Dau--1.14
  • Friedman, Mickey--1.14
  • Fullingim, Dwight--1.14
  • Fulton, Len--2.5, 2.6
  • Gage, John--2.8
  • Gale, Vi (Prescott Street Press)--2.8
  • Garabedian, Adria (California Democratic Council)--2.8
  • Gardner, Richard K. ( Choice)--2.6
  • Garrett, Alexandra (Beyond Baroque)--2.8
  • Gartner, Ed--2.8
  • Gates, J. M., ( Circle Forum)--2.8
  • Geddes, Jeff--2.8
  • Georgick, Lily--2.8
  • Gersh, David L.--2.8
  • Gershman, Barbara (The Writing Center, California State University)--2.8
  • Gill, Elaine (Elaine Goldman) (The Crossing Press)--2.8
  • Ginochio, Perrina--2.8
  • Goldman, Alan--2.8
  • Gore, Mike--2.8
  • Grant, Mickey--2.8
  • Graube, Andy--2.8
  • Greene, A. C., 1923- --2.8
  • Gretton, Francis (Poetry in the Schools)--2.8
  • Grinker, Morton--2.8
  • Hacken, Richard D.--2.9
  • Hafer, Jack--2.9
  • Haley, Albert W., Jr.--2.9
  • Halpern, Martin--2.9
  • Hamel, Guy F. Claude, 1935- --2.9
  • Harris, Fred R., 1930- --2.9
  • Harriss, Susan C., 1952- --2.9
  • Harrow, Kenneth W.--2.9
  • Hartmann, Evalyn--2.9
  • Harvey, Alexander--2.9
  • Haskell, Inez (Library Association of Portland)--2.6
  • Haslam, Gerald W.--2.9
  • Hawkins, Tom--2.9
  • Hawksworth, Marjorie--2.9
  • Haynie, Robert Earle (The New American Library, Inc.)--2.6
  • Hayton, Richard N. (Spindrift Press)--2.9
  • Head, Thomas--2.9
  • Heinlein, Lotus--2.9
  • Hecht, Susan--see Stonecloud Magazine
  • Henderson, Bill, 1941- (The Pushcart Press)--2.10
  • Henderson, Nancy (The Pushcart Press)--2.10
  • Henderson, Vera--2.10
  • Hermsmeyer, Craig--2.10
  • Herron, Bill--2.10
  • Hirschman, Jack, 1933- --2.10
  • Hock, Elizabeth R. (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc.)--2.4
  • Hogan, Judy, 1937- --2.11, 2.12, 3.1-3.5
  • Hogan, Terry--2.10
  • Hoggard, James--2.10
  • Hooker, John (publisher) (Penguin Books Australia, Ltd.)--2.6
  • Houston, James D.--2.10
  • Hoyt, Marilyn--2.10
  • Huffstickler, Albert Clyde, 1927- --2.10
  • Hulick, Diana Emery--2.10
  • Igo, John, 1927- --3.6
  • Ilves, Dan ( Stonecloud Magazine)--3.6, 5.2
  • Ingram, Alyce--3.6
  • Jackson, Guida Miller(Writer's Craftshop)--3.7
  • Jacob, John ( Margins)--3.7
  • Jaeger, Julia Newman--see Leland Mellott Books
  • Jennings, Laura--3.7
  • Jennison, Peter S. (The Countryman Press)--3.7
  • Johnson, Bruce C.--3.7
  • Johnson, Michael L.--3.7
  • Jones, Penn--3.7
  • Jones, Rick (Department of English, Pacific Lutheran University)--3.7
  • Junasz, Suzanne (Department of English, University of Colorado)--3.7
  • Kapleau, Keith--3.8
  • Katz, William A., 1924- --3.8
  • Kennedy, Stephen--3.8
  • Kershner, John--3.8
  • Kherdian, David, 1931- --3.8
  • King, Sheila--3.8
  • Kirll, Pat--3.8
  • Kistner, Diane--3.8
  • Kopp, Karl, 1934- --3.8
  • Koski, Carla--3.8
  • Kostelanetz, Richard--3.8
  • Krohn, Albert M., Jr.--3.8
  • Krok, Peter--3.8
  • Krooth, Ann (Harvest Publications)--3.8
  • Kruchkow, Diane, 1947- ( Zahir)--3.8
  • Krusoe, James (Beyond Baroque)--3.8
  • Kurschner, J. M. (Under Dog Press Ld.)--3.8
  • La Clair, Earl--3.9
  • Lamming, Bob--3.9
  • Lancaster, Lewis R. (Department of Oriental Languages, University of California at Berkeley)--3.9
  • Landy, Lino--3.9
  • Lane, Mervin--3.9
  • Langmuir, David B.--3.9
  • Latimer, Jon--3.9
  • Laughlin, James, 1914- --see New Directions Publishing Corp.
  • Leland Mellott Books--3.11
  • LeMieux, Dotty--3.9
  • Lemos, Teresa H.--3.9
  • Leroe, Ellen--3.9
  • Levine, Ellen (Curtis Brown, Ltd.)--3.9
  • Liffick, Eya L.--3.9
  • Liffick, Glenn C.--3.9
  • Lilly, Othelia, 1908- --3.9
  • Lininger, Anna Marie--3.9
  • Lininger, Richard--3.9
  • Lirtzman, Louis J.--3.9
  • Lisella, Maria A.--3.9
  • Litt, Iris--3.9
  • Llewellyn, Chris--3.9
  • Loach, Roberta--3.9
  • Lobos, Amilcar--3.9
  • Lockard, Louise--3.9
  • Lombardi, Mark (Houston Contemporary Arts Museum)--3.9
  • Lony, Jon--3.9
  • Lord, Gigi--3.9
  • Lourie, Richard, 1940- --3.9
  • Ludwin, Peter--3.9
  • Luschei, Glenna (The Solo Press)--3.10
  • MacEvoy, Bruce--3.11
  • MacLean, Ed--3.11
  • Macleod, Norman, 1906- --3.11
  • Malishchak, Peggy Fox--see New Directions Publishing Corp.
  • Manfred, Frederick Feikema, 1912- --2.1, 4.1
  • Manfred, Freya--3.11
  • Manfred, Maryann--4.1
  • Manning, Carolyn--3.11
  • Marcus, Adrianne--3.11
  • Marcus, Hal ( Southwestern Art Form)--3.11
  • Marcus, M.--3.11
  • Marks, Janet--3.11
  • Martin, Bryan--3.11
  • Martin, Walter (Chimaera Books)--3.11
  • Mattingly, George (Blue Wind Press)--3.11
  • Mayer, Neil--see Rhodes, Kathy
  • McAfee, Bill--3.11
  • McCrorie, Edward--3.11
  • McEnteer, James, 1945- --3.11
  • McGarty, Ray--3.11
  • McIndoo, Timothy Quinn--3.11
  • McKay, Matthew--3.11
  • McKeen, K. C.--3.11
  • McKendrick, J. D.--3.11
  • McKenna, Helen--3.11
  • McNerney, Joan--3.11
  • McNicoll, Ron--3.11
  • McQuilkin, Frank--3.11
  • Meade, Kenneth A., 1938- --3.11
  • Mellen, Philip A., 1942- --see Hacken, Richard D.
  • Mellon, Carlotta Herman--3.11
  • Meltzer, David, 1937- (Tree Books)--3.12
  • Michalski, Kirsten--see P.E.N.
  • Midkiff, Lige--3.12
  • Miles, Josephine, 1911- --4.2
  • Miles, Robert R. (The Small Press Book Club)--2.6
  • Miller, Suzanne--3.12
  • Miller, Warren C.--3.12
  • Milosz, Czeslaw--3.12
  • Minkin, Bertram--3.12
  • Mitchell, Jeffrey (The Academy of American Poets)--3.12
  • Molander, Mark--3.12
  • Montag, Tom ( Margins)--3.12; see also Strongin, Lynn
  • Morales, Alejandro, 1944- --3.12
  • Moran, Larry--3.12
  • Morgan, Gary--3.12
  • Morris, Richard, 1939- (COSMEP)--3.12
  • Moser, Norman--4.3
  • Munro, Deborah G.--3.12
  • Murray, Judith--3.12
  • Mycue, Edward, 1937- --3.12
  • Nathan, Leonard, 1924- --4.4
  • Naydan, Michael M., 1952- --4.4
  • Neatrour, Henriette (Curtis Brown, Ltd.)--4.1
  • Neeld, Judith (Stone Country Press)--4.4
  • Nelson, Eugene, 1929- --4.5
  • Nelson, Rodney (Holmgangers Press)--4.4
  • Nelson, Vera Joyce--4.4
  • New Directions Publishing Corp. (Albrecht-Carrie, Else; Laughlin, James; Malishchak, Peggy Fox)--4.4
  • Newton, Violette--4.4
  • Nickerson, Sheila B.--4.6
  • Nimyik, Michael--4.4
  • Nist, John A.--4.4
  • Norse, Harold--4.4
  • Novak, Lynn--4.4
  • Nutt, Amy--4.4
  • Nye, Naomi Shihab--5.1
  • Olinka, Sharon--4.7
  • Oliphant, Dave--4.7
  • Olsen, H. ( Snowy Egret)--4.7
  • Olszonowicz, Kathryn--4.7
  • Orfalea, Greg--4.7
  • Ortner-Zimmerman, Toni--5.8
  • Osborn, Marijane L.--4.7
  • The Painted Bride Quarterly--4.8
  • Palmer, Doug--4.8
  • Palmer, Jenny--4.8
  • Parkinson, Thomas Francis, 1920- --4.8
  • Parsons, John C.--4.8
  • Paul, Jay--4.8
  • Pearlman, Melinda Fine--4.8
  • Peattie, Noel ( Sipapu; Konocti Books)--4.8
  • Pell, Derek--4.8
  • P.E.N. (Michalski, Kirsten; Segers, Michael L.)--4.8
  • Perri, R. Louis--4.8
  • Peters, Robert, 1924- --4.8
  • Petersen, Gail--4.8
  • Petty, Ryan (Cold Mountain Press)--4.8
  • Phelps, Dean--4.8
  • Phillips, Jan--4.8
  • Phillips, Nancy--4.8
  • Platt, Eugene Robert--4.8
  • Plymell, Pamela Beach (Cherry Valley Editions)--4.8
  • Pobo, Kenneth G.--4.8
  • Polakoff, Phillip L., 1945- --4.8
  • Price, Charles--4.8
  • Pride, Anne (Know, Inc.)--2.1, 4.8
  • Prisco, Louis--4.8
  • Privett, Katherine H.--4.8
  • Puechner, Ray--4.8
  • Pullias, Earl--4.9
  • Raindance--4.10
  • Ramirez, Oscar S.--4.10
  • Ramirez, Sharon, 1936- --4.10
  • Randolph, Leonard, 1926- (National Endowment for the Arts)--4.10
  • Ranieri, Nick--4.10
  • Reed, Robyn ( Western American Literature)--2.6
  • Renner, F. G. (The Old Bookaroos)--2.6
  • Renon, Erika--4.10
  • Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905- --4.5
  • Reynolds, Judy (California Library Association)--4.10
  • Rhodes, Kathy--4.10
  • Ribar, Joe (Figtree Press)--4.10
  • Riikonen, Leila--2.6
  • Riklin, Scott ( Odalisque)--4.10
  • Ritchie, David--4.10
  • Ro, Emanuel--4.10
  • Robertson, Foster--1.14
  • Robertson, Kell--4.10
  • Robertson, Kirk ( Scree)--4.10
  • Romero, John--4.10
  • Rosenfeld, Marjorie--4.10
  • Roth, Moira--4.10
  • Rowlings, W. Rowe, Mrs.--4.10
  • Rubel, William ( Stone Soup)--4.10
  • Ruben, Barney--4.10
  • Rudder, Virginia L., 1941- --4.10
  • Ryan, Helene Levine--4.10
  • Sabinson, Lee--5.1
  • Saieed, John--5.1
  • Sampson, Lewis--5.1
  • Sandberg, Charles (Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines)--5.1
  • Sartoris, Frank--2.6
  • Savitt, Lynne ( Gravida)--5.1
  • Schreiber, Ron (Hanging Loose Press)--5.1
  • Scott, Rodger K.--5.1
  • Segers, Michael L.--see P.E.N.
  • Sen, Nabaneeta--5.1
  • Senden, Brad--5.1
  • Setian, Ralph, 1941- --5.1
  • Several, Bob--5.1
  • Shakin, Eleanor (Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines)--5.1
  • Shannon, P.--5.1
  • Shea, Christine Lee--5.1
  • Shihab, Naomi--see Nye, Naomi Shihab
  • Shuttleworth, Paul, 1944- --5.1
  • Sill, George--5.1
  • Silverman, Hal ( California Living Magazine)--5.1
  • Simmons, Marc--5.1
  • Simon, Anne--5.1
  • Simon, Jane--5.1
  • Simons, Louise--see The Painted Bride Quarterly
  • Simpson, Jimmie--5.1
  • Simpson, Mona--5.1
  • Singer, Carole--5.1
  • Sisson, James E.--5.1
  • Sklar, Morty, 1935- (Emmess Press)--5.1
  • Smith, Craig ( St. Andrew's Review)--5.1
  • The Smith--5.1
  • Smith, Harry, 1936- (The Generalist Association, Inc.)--5.1
  • Smith, Jared--5.2
  • Smith, Rick--see Stonecloud Magazine
  • Smith, William R.--5.2
  • Snider, Clifton M.--5.2
  • Soechting, Sharon--see Phillips, Nancy
  • Sollid, John (Spring Rain Press)--5.2
  • Sollid, Karen (Spring Rain Press)--5.2
  • Spear, Ruthmary--5.2
  • Speer, Laurel, 1940- --5.2
  • Stack, Frank H.--5.2
  • Stafford, Bill--5.2
  • Stanford, Ann (Department of English, California State University, Northridge)--5.2
  • Stanley, Autumn, 1933- ( Stonecloud Magazine)--5.2
  • Stanton, Edward F., 1942- --5.2
  • Stephenson, Shelby, 1938- --5.2
  • Sternbergs, Judy--5.2
  • Stewart, Iain--5.2
  • Stillwell, Mary Kathryn--5.2
  • Stock, Bob--5.2
  • Stock, Doreen--5.2
  • Stone, Arlene--5.2
  • Stonecloud Magazine (Hecht, Susan; Ilves, Dan; Smith, Rick)--5.2
  • Stout, Robert Joe--5.2
  • Strand, Thomas, 1944- --5.2
  • Strongin, Lynn--5.2
  • Sullivan, Rob--5.2
  • Sullivan, Walter--5.2
  • Swann, Brian--5.2
  • Tallmountain, Mary--5.3
  • Taylor, Charles B. ( The Texas Slough)--5.3
  • Tedlock, Agnes--5.3
  • Tedlock, E. W. (Ernest Warnock), 1910- --4.6, 5.3
  • Teiser, Ruth--5.3
  • Tescher, Paul--5.3
  • Tharp, Roland--5.3
  • Therat, Daniel--5.3
  • Thompson, Fred ( Industrial Worker)--5.3
  • Thorpe, Dwayne--5.3
  • Thurman, Dale--5.3
  • Tidler, Charles ( Empty Belly)--5.3
  • Tomaszewski, Veronica--5.3
  • Tong, Lorraine Ming--5.3
  • Tongue, Margaret--5.3
  • Toy, Suey Ping--5.3
  • Turner, Patricia Nell--5.3
  • Unger, Barbara--5.4
  • Vatuk, Ved Prakash--5.4
  • Venn, George, 1943- --5.4
  • Vernam, Glenn R.--5.4
  • Villegas Morales, Juan 1934- --see Morales, Alejandro
  • Vollbrecht, Anne--5.4
  • Wade, Seth--5.6
  • Wampler, Martin--5.6
  • Warner, Aluta L.--5.6
  • Wassuik, Consuelo--5.6
  • Waters, Frank, 1902- --5.6
  • Weaver, Roger--5.6
  • Weeks, Ramona, 1934- (The Baleen Press)--5.6
  • Weiss, Jason--5.6
  • Welch, Jim (Department of English, University of Houston)--5.6
  • West Coast Print Center--5.6
  • White, Carolyn--5.6
  • White, Diane Auer--5.6
  • White, Henry W.--5.6
  • Whitebird, J. (Houston Contemporary Arts Museum)--5.6
  • Whitman, William--5.6
  • Whitney, Oliver--5.6
  • Whittaker, Tom--5.6
  • Wilkins, W. R. (William R.)--5.6
  • Willems, J. Rutherford--5.6
  • Winans, A. D. (Second Coming Press)--5.7
  • Winters, Janet L.--5.6
  • Witt, Harold--5.6
  • Woessner, Warren (Abraxas Press)--5.6
  • Wood, Susan, 1946- --5.6
  • Woodruff, Jeff--5.6
  • Wright, Barbara (The Poetry Center, San Francisco State University)--5.6
  • Yeasting, Jeanne--5.8
  • Zahniser, Ed (Some of Us Press)--5.8
  • Zavrian, Suzanne (Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines)--5.8
  • Zimmerman, Toni Ortner--see Ortner-Zimmerman, Toni
  • Zu-Bolton, Ahmos (Energy BlackSouth Press)--5.8
  • Zudwin, Peter--5.8

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