University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Billy Collins:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Collins, Billy
Title: Billy Collins Papers
Dates: 1935-2013 (bulk 1962-2013)
Abstract: The papers of American poet Billy Collins date from 1935 to 2013 (bulk 1962-2013) and include notebooks, drafts (including electronic files), proofs, clippings, tearsheets, reviews, royalty statements, and agreements relating to his poetry, essays, books, and other published works; drafts (including electronic files), programs, and schedules for commencement addresses, readings, and other public appearances; photographs (including electronic files); travel diaries; datebooks; sketchbooks and drawings; professional and personal correspondence; fan mail; press and publicity material; childhood papers; college course notes, essays, and dissertation; and lecture notes, syllabi, exams, and assignments from his teaching career.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-5388
Extent: 96 document boxes, 2 oversize boxes (osb) (41.24 linear feet), 15 oversize folders (osf), 4 computer disks, 1 laptop computer
Language: English, Arabic, Estonian, German, Italian, Spanish, and Swedish
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

American poet and academic William James Collins was born March 22, 1941, in New York, New York. The only child of Katharine "Kay" MacIsaac (1901-1997) and William Stephen Collins (1901-1994), Collins grew up in Queens and White Plains, New York. He received a B.A. in English from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1963, followed by an M.A. (1965) and Ph.D. (1971) from the University of California, Riverside.

Collins began his teaching career by working as an instructor at San Bernardino Valley College (1963-1964) and as a teaching assistant at the University of California, Riverside (1964-1967) while earning his degrees. His longtime association with the Herbert H. Lehman College began when he was hired as a lecturer at the time that the college was established as an independent City University of New York campus in the Bronx in 1968. The following year he was made professor; Collins has continued to teach at the college since that time and currently holds the title Distinguished Professor of English. In addition, he has taught at Stony Brook Southampton and Sarah Lawrence College and is Senior Distinguished Fellow of the Winter Park Institute at Rollins College.

In 1975, Collins co-founded and edited the small literary magazine The Midatlantic Review. His early poems were published in that publication, as well as in Rolling Stone, Echo, Voice, and other periodicals. Collins published two chapbooks, Pokerface (1977) and Video Poems (1980), before the University of Arkansas Press published his first full-length collection of poetry, The Apple That Astonished Paris, in 1988. His second collection, Questions about Angels (1991), was published as a result of winning the 1990 National Poetry Series Open Competition and received critical and popular acclaim. The University of Pittsburgh then published The Art of Drowning (1995) and Picnic, Lightning (1998). Meanwhile, Collins' poems continued to appear in Poetry, The Paris Review, and other notable periodicals and anthologies. In 1998, Garrison Keillor invited Collins to appear on his National Public Radio program Prairie Home Companion, which, along with an interview on Fresh Air, substantially increased Collins' readership. Random House published his next collection, Sailing Alone around the Room: New and Selected Poems (2001), as well as his subsequent books of poetry, most recently The Rain in Portugal (2016). Collins also published a collection of haiku, She Was Just Seventeen (2006), through Modern Haiku Press.

Collins was appointed to two terms as Poet Laureate of the United States (2001-2003) and served as the New York State Poet (2004-2006). Among his many other honors, Collins was chosen to be a Literary Lion of the New York Public Library in 1992 and was inducted into the Academy of Arts and Letters in 2016. He directed the Katonah Poetry Series from 1991 to 2008 and in 2012 became a poetry consultant for Smithsonian Magazine. Collins used his position as Poet Laureate to develop the Poetry 180 project as a way to expose high school students to poetry. A popular speaker, Collins has maintained a full schedule of poetry readings, workshops, and commencement addresses.

Collins married architect Diane Lynn Olbright on January 21, 1978. For most of their married life he lived in Somers, New York, but following their separation in 2006, Collins moved to Florida, where he became engaged to lawyer and poet Suzannah Gilman in 2013.


Scope and Contents

The papers of American poet Billy Collins include notebooks, drafts, proofs, clippings, tearsheets, reviews, royalty statements, and agreements relating to his poetry, essays, books, and other published works; drafts, programs, and schedules for commencement addresses, readings, and other public appearances; photographs; travel diaries; datebooks; sketchbooks and drawings; professional and personal correspondence; fan mail; press and publicity material; childhood papers; college course notes, essays, and dissertation; and lecture notes, syllabi, exams, and assignments from his teaching career.The materials date from 1935 to 2013 (bulk 1962-2013) and are organized in four series: I. Works by Collins (1962-2013, 28 boxes); II. Correspondence (1962-2013, 25 boxes); III. Personal and Career-Related Material (1935-2013, 39 boxes); and IV. Works by Others (1965-2013, 3 boxes). Any labels found on file folders have been transcribed and in most cases are indicated by single quotation marks in the container list. Descriptions of electronic files of manuscript drafts and digital images from Collins’ Apple G3 laptop computer (1312008P_001) and four computer disks (1312008P_002 through 1312008P_005) are included in the container list.

Series I. Works by Collins contains materials relating to his poetry, books, talks, essays, and reviews and is divided into six subseries: A. Poetry, 1962-2013; Subseries B. Notebooks and Sketchbooks, 1964-2013; Subseries C. Commencement Addresses, Lectures, and Other Talks, 1993-2013; Subseries D. Contributions to Books and Other Publications, 1991-2013; Subseries E. Editing, 1975-2010; and Subseries F. Reviews by Collins, 1978-2006. The subseries are arranged alphabetically, with the exception of notebooks and sketchbooks, which are in chronological order.

Subseries A. Poetry consists of drafts, proofs, and printed texts of individual poems, followed by manuscripts, publication material, and promotional material for Collins' published collections. Of particular note are typescript drafts of one of his best-known poems, "The Names", including Collins' reading copy as well as the program from the joint session of the United States Congress where he first read the poem commemorating the victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Among materials relating to Collins' collection Nine Horses is an annotated 'reading copy' of the book used for his poetry readings and other public appearances. Concluding the subseries is a small amount of material relating to his audiobooks and to the in-flight audio program Collins created for Delta Airlines in 2003.

Subseries B. Notebooks and Sketchbooks include Collins' notebooks of handwritten drafts, drawings, journal entries, and notes; and his sketchbooks, all dating from 1964 to 2013. The titles of drafts of works found within the notebooks have not been indexed, but the notebooks are arranged chronologically, and any titles written on them are included in single quotation marks in the container list descriptions. Collins' beginning drafts of most of his poems are written in his notebooks, so that a particular poem may be present in Subseries A as a handwritten or typescript draft and also located in a notebook from that time period. For example, early handwritten drafts and lists of names for Collins' poem "The Names" are found in one of the 2002 notebooks (folder 15.1). Any loose photographs, letters, draft pages, and other papers which had been inserted in the notebooks have been removed and filed behind each notebook, with their original locations recorded. Large sections of travel diary entries located in notebooks not specifically used as travel diaries are noted in parentheses in the container list descriptions. Other notebooks designated as travel diaries may be found in Series III. Personal and Career-Related Materials.

Subseries C. Commencement Addresses, Lectures, and Other Talks is comprised primarily of typescript and handwritten drafts of Collins' commencement addresses, keynote speeches and presentations at workshops and conferences, and talks at festivals and various other events. These date from 1993 to 2013, and some drafts are accompanied by handwritten notes, programs and other material. Additional material relating to Collins' appearances may be found in his correspondence, press and publicity files, and teaching files.

Subseries D. Contributions to Books and Other Publications consists mainly of drafts and proofs representing Collins' blurbs for books by other authors; essays published in anthologies, periodicals, catalogs, and programs; introductions, forewords, and prefaces to works by other authors; and poems by or translated by Collins that he contributed to books edited by other authors. These materials date from 1991 to 2013 and are arranged alphabetically within each group. Most blurbs are handwritten drafts on letters from publishers, but some typescripts are also present. Among items of particular interest are manuscripts relating to Collins' introductory comments about his poems included in The Best American Poetry series and in The Bedford Introduction to Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing. Manuscripts of introductions and forewords include those for Hollywood Foto-Rhetoric: The Lost Manuscript by Bob Dylan; Signet Classic's 150th Anniversary Edition edition of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass; The Subway Pictures by Peter Peter; and a 2010 Mariner Books edition of Richard Brautigan's Trout Fishing in America. Also present is a typescript of Collin's contribution to Crossing State Lines: An American Renga, a chain poem in which 54 poets had two days each to add to the poem before passing it along to the next poet; correspondence about that project and drafts of the contributions by Paul Simon and Marilyn Hacker are located in Collins' correspondence files.

Subseries E. Editing includes materials relating to Collins' work as editor of The Best American Poetry 2006; Bright Wings: An Illustrated Anthology of Poems about Birds (2010); Poetry 180: A Turning Back to Poetry (2003); and 180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Every Day (2005). A cover proof of the second issue of The Midatlantic Review has a handwritten note by Collins, and a complete set of copies of that publication from 1975 to 1979 has been removed from the papers and cataloged with the Center's serials holdings. Collins was also on the staff of Echo, the student poetry magazine at Lehman College, and the Spring 1970 issue containing various early poems by Collins is housed within the Works series.

Subseries F. Reviews by Collins spans the years 1978 to 2006 and is made up of tearsheets and clippings of Collins' reviews of works by other authors, as well as a typescript of his review of E. E. Cummings: A Biography by Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno.

Series II. Correspondence is comprised of Collins' personal and professional correspondence from 1962 to 2013. The voluminous files are arranged chronologically by year, with general alphabetical groupings. Although some copies of Collins' outgoing letters are present (usually as draft responses written on incoming letters), the majority of the correspondence consists of incoming letters from his agents, publishers, friends and fans, and from colleges and organizations requesting appearances by Collins. More recent files also include some printouts of email exchanges. While the bulk of correspondence is located in the Correspondence series, additional letters are scattered throughout the papers. An index of correspondents at the end of this finding aid contains locations for all correspondence in the collection.

Noteworthy professional correspondence includes that with Collins' longtime literary agent Chris Calhoun; Steven Barclay, whose lecture agency arranges Collins' speaking engagements; and Collins' editors Daniel Menaker at Random House, Cynthia Miller at the University of Pittsburgh Press, and Miller Williams at the University of Arkansas Press. Among other significant correspondents are Sister Mary Catherine Alexander, Warner Berthoff, Maude Schuyler Clay, Dan Christensen, Lee Gurga of Modern Haiku, Janice Fitzpatrick and James Simmons of Poets' House, Mark Halliday, Edward Hirsch, Lawrence Johns, David Lehman, Thomas Lux, Ronald Koertge, Todd McEwen, Joseph Parisi of Poetry magazine, Robert Peters, Marc Petersen, Arthur Plotnik, Kay Ryan, Michael Shannon, Laura Baudo Sillerman, Paul Simon, John Updike, and Henry Taylor. Collins and several friends enjoyed exchanging amusing postcards, and many of those are present, particularly in early correspondence. The publication history of Collins' breakthrough book, The Apple that Astonished Paris, including reader's reports and manuscript edits, can be traced through correspondence with Ronald Koertge and Miller Williams dating from 1985 through 1988. Correspondence with Elido Fasi and other translators documents the challenges they encountered in translating Collins' poetry into other languages. Collins' rising popularity is reflected by the increasing amount of fan mail, including letters from teachers and students studying his poems, and the number of public speaking requests he received. Collins and fellow poet Kay Ryan often shared their most unusual fan mail with each other, and numerous letters from Todd McEwen, Marc Petersen, and Ronald Koertge discuss their work as well as Collins'.

Series III. Personal and Career-Related Material comprises awards and honors; childhood and family papers; curriculum vitae; datebooks; travel diaries (some with photographs and drawings); scrapbooks; papers relating to Collins' education and academic degrees; ephemera; financial and legal material; proposed projects; files concerning the Katonah Village Library Poetry Series and other organizations and professional societies; photographs; poetry competitions; press and publicity files; materials related to Collins' readings and other appearances; and Collins' teaching files. These materials all date from 1935 to 2013 and are arranged alphabetically by subject, with further divisions by date.

Collins' postgraduate studies focused on nineteenth-century English literature, particularly the Romantic period. Papers relating to his coursework are accompanied by drafts of his 1971 dissertation on Wordsworth and the Romantic poet's conception of an audience. Within financial and legal materials are publication and broadcast agreements, royalty and earnings statements, and a file of correspondence and clippings regarding the dispute between Random House and the University of Pittsburgh Press over publication rights to Collins' poetry. Press and publicity files include clippings, tearsheets, and proofs of published articles about and interviews with Collins; transcripts of interviews; and Collins' typescript responses to journalists' questions, as well as publisher catalogs and announcements, clippings of book reviews and advertisements, and promotional material from the Steven Barclay Agency. Collins' readings and other public appearances, which have been handled by the Steven Barclay Agency since 2000, are represented by engagement contracts, itineraries and schedules, tickets and travel receipts, nametags and badges, programs, flyers, press releases, invitations, questions submitted by audience members, and reading copies of poems. Additional files relate to specific appearances, including the Prairie Home Companion radio program, the celebration of the 90th anniversary of Poetry magazine, conversations with Paul Simon at Emory University and the 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center, and others.

Collins' teaching career is documented by notes (most on index cards), course handouts, syllabi, writing exercises and assignments, and exams; grade books; and appointment letters and other employment correspondence from Lehman College, Rollins College, Sarah Lawrence College, and Stony Brook University. The numerous index cards of typed and handwritten lecture notes include jokes and quotations, and some grade books also contain lists of student malapropisms and teaching notes. Programs, brochures, rosters, and similar items relating to specific workshops and seminars, such as the Key West Literary Seminar and Southampton Writers Conference, and several files holding notes and poems used for unidentified lectures or workshops conclude the series.

Series IV. Works by Others (1965-2013) is comprised of materials created by writers and artists other than Collins and is divided into two subseries: A. Works Related to Collins and His Work, and B. Other Works. Both subseries are arranged alphabetically by author. Among notable manuscripts about Collins and his work are a copy of an elaborate scrapbook made by Karieann Morehouse of Collins' poem "The Names", accompanied by Collins' response to it; printed text of Ann Must's Estonian translations of poems by Collins; musical settings of poems by Collins; and drawings of Collins. Poems written in honor of Collins by various fans are housed at the end of the subseries; additional poetic tributes enclosed with letters to Collins may be found throughout Collins' correspondence files. In Subseries B. Other Works there are manuscripts of poems by Charles Bukowski, Katia Kapovich, Robert Peters, and Marc Petersen; Fielding Dawson's novel Penny Lane; and an untitled verse note by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Copies of printed essays about poetry contain highlighting and annotations by Collins. Many additional works by other authors may be found in Collins' correspondence and other files and are indexed at the end of this finding aid.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using archival materials. Two notebooks restricted due to condition and some correspondence restricted during Collins' lifetime.

Access:

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Index Terms

People
Barclay, Steven.
Berthoff, Warner.
Calhoun, Chris.
Clay, Maude Schuyler.
Gurga, Lee.
Halliday, Mark, 1949- .
Hirsch, Edward.
Koertge, Ronald.
Lehman, David.
Lux, Thomas, 1946- .
McEwen, Todd.
Menaker, Daniel.
Miller, Cynthia.
Parisi, Joseph, 1944- .
Petersen, Marc.
Plotnik, Arthur.
Rosser, J. Allyn (Jill Allyn), 1957- .
Ryan, Kay.
Simon, Paul, 1941- .
Taylor, Henry, 1942- .
Williams, Miller.
Organizations
Herbert H. Lehman College.
Poetry (Chicago, Ill.).
Poets House (Firm).
Random House (Firm).
University of Arkansas Press.
University of Pittsburgh Press.
Subjects
American poetry-20th century.
American poetry-21st century.
Haiku.
Poetics.
Poetry--Periodicals.
Poetry-Public opinion.
Poetry-Publishing.
Poetry-Study and teaching-United States.
Poets, American-20th century.
Poets, America-21st century.
Poets as teachers.
Poets laureate.
Document Types
Awards.
Baby books.
Book reviews.
Broadsides.
Christmas cards.
Clippings.
Contracts.
Correspondence
Digital images
Drawings.
Electronic records.
First drafts.
Galley proofs.
Genealogies.
Grade books.
Greeting cards.
Lecture notes.
Notebooks.
Photographs.
Poems.
Postcards.
Posters.
Press releases.
Printed ephemera.
Radio scripts.
Report cards.
Royalty statements.
Sheet music.
Sketchbooks.
Sketches.
Sound recordings.
Snapshots.
Syllabi.
Typescripts.

Related Material

For additional materials related to Billy Collins at the Harry Ransom Center, see manuscript holdings for Miller Williams.

Marc H. Miller's early photographs and manuscript material relating to Billy Collins may be found on his website, 98 Bowery 1969-89: View from the Top Floor, www.98bowery.com (accessed December 2016).


Separated Material

Bound volumes and serials (including eleven issues of The Midatlantic Review), an electronic textbook, and commercial sound recordings were transferred to the Ransom Center Library. Unpublished sound recordings were transferred to the Ransom Center Sound Recordings Collection. A VHS tape and compact discs were transferred to the Ransom Center's Moving Image Collection.

Commercial compact disc covers on metal rings and Collins' poet laureate identification badge and key were transferred to the Ransom Center Personal Effects Collection.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchase, 2013-2014 (13-12-008-P, 14-01-008-P)

Processed by:

Katherine Mosley, 2016


Sources:

In addition to material found within the Billy Collins Papers, the following sources were used:

"Billy Collins". Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopedia Britannica Inc., 2016. Accessed 14 November 2016, https://www.britannica.com/biography/Billy-Collins.

"Billy Collins". Poetry Foundation website, accessed 22 April 2016, https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poets/detail/billy-collins.


Container List

Series I. Series I. Works by Collins, 1959, 1962-2013, undated

Subseries A. Poetry, 1959, 1962-2013, undated
Individual Poems
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osf 3 4 am. Handwritten draft on verso of The New York Review tearsheet, December 2011
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4.20 8 A.M. Handwritten draft, undated
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1824
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2.36 Poetry East proof, 21 September 1995
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1.40 Printed text in whole issue of Gulf Coast, vol. viii, no. 2, Summer/Fall 1996
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1957
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3.22 Handwritten draft on verso of typescript of Poem to the First Generation of People to Exist After the Death of the English Language, 2013
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1.1 Two typescripts with revisions titled Listening, 2013
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1.2, 4.28 Adage. Two typescripts, 2010, undated
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1.3 Addendum. Handwritten first draft, 1 March 2006
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1.4 Adult Osprey. Typescript, 2011
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After
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1.5 Typescript with revisions and doodle, undated
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1.6 Massachusetts Review proofs, 2002
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92.3 After the Funeral. Typescript with handwritten notes by Collins, undated
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1.7 After You Told Me You Never Loved Me. Proof for Boulevard, 2010
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1.8 Afterlife. Two typescripts (one with revisions and drawings), 2010
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4.22 Afternoon Shift. Typescript, undated
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1.68 Aimless Love. Typescript, 2013
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4.23 Air Mail. Typescript, undated
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All Eyes
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1.9 Handwritten first draft, 21 November 2012, undated
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1.10 Five typescripts (two with revisions), 2012
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1.11 Five typescripts (four with revisions), 2013
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1.12 The Analogy. Typescript with revisions, 2008
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1.13 And His Sextet. Proof for Brilliant Corners, 1997
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1.14 Animal Behavior. Typescript with revisions, 2012
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1.15 Another Reason Why I Don't Keep a Gun in the House. Photocopy tearsheets from The Double Reed, vol. 25, no. 4, 2002 and Anchorage Daily News clipping, 7 June 2005
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1.16 Aristotle. Galley proofs for The Paris Review, 14 March 1995
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4.23 Art (The way you leaned against me…”). Typescript, undated
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1312008P_001 Art (When we were nose to nose…). Draft, 20 February 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.27 Ascent. Typescript, undated
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81.7 …At the same time the novel brought something to life the poem was bringing something to death… Handwritten draft on Author's Table program, 2009
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1.17, 4.28 Aubade. Typescript (2 copies), undated
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Aubade (for Danielle)
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1312008P_001 Two drafts, 31 December 2003 and 16 March 2004 2 electronic files: Microsoft Word 8.0
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1.18 Author’s proof for The Massachusetts Review, 17 June 2004
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4.21 Aubaud. Two typescript drafts on index card, undated
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August
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1.19 Typescript, 2006
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4.28 Typescript with revisions, undated
August in Paris. Typescript with annotation, undated
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13.1 Autobiography. Typescript, undated
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4.25 Automotive Haiku. Typescript, undated
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Axiom
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59.4 Handwritten draft, in California-Arizona travel diary, January 1988
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86.5 Typescript, undated
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Baby Listening
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4.28 Typescript with annotation, undated
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1.20 Typescript with revisions, 22 September 2006
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Ballistics
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2.23, 4.28 Typescript (2 copies, one with handwritten revision and annotations), undated
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osf 3 Broadside signed by Collins, 2008
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30.6 Bar Time. Printed advertising card, 1988
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1.21 Bathtub Families. Typescript with revisions, 2007
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1.22 Beatnik Glory. Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2012
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1.23 Bedfellows. Two typescripts with revisions, 2008
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56.1 Bedtime Reading. Typescript, 2008
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1.24 Before Lighting the Lamps. Typescript with revisions, 2007
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1.25 Best Fall. Four typescripts (three with revisions), 2012
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1.32 Blast (for Dan Morin). Typescript, undated
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1.26 Blueberries. Typescript with revisions, 2008
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The Blues
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59.5 Handwritten draft in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
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1.27 Page proofs for The Journal, April 1994
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49.3 Reduced size version of poster for Spring for Poetry in Takoma Park, Takoma Park Maryland Library, 2010
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4.27 Boarding House. Typescript, undated
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Bodhidharma
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35.1 Handwritten draft fragment on verso of letter from Beth Brandes, 2000
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1.28 Typescript, undated
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Bones
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23.6 Handwritten first draft in sketchbook, 12 May 2011
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1.29 Two typescripts (one with revisions), undated
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1312008P_001 Boy Shooting at a Statue. Draft, March 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.28 The Breather. Typescript, undated
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Brightly Colored Boats Upturned on the Banks of the Charles
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1.30 Handwritten manuscript, 4 May 2005
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4.28 Typescript, undated
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1.67 Bugs Darkness. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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59.5 Canada. Handwritten draft in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
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4.25 Cancer. Typescript, undated
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4.23 Care and Feeding. Typescript, undated
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1.31 Carrara. Two typescripts with revisions, 2012
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1.32 Carvel. Typescript, undated
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4.22 Casual Water. Typescript with revisions, undated
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3.68 Caveat for Cats. Handwritten draft, undated
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Celebration
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1312008P_001 Draft, 2003. Includes drafts of My Parents, Falling Asleep, and Indeed. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
Draft, 16 April 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.24 Center. Typescript, undated
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Central Park
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1.33 Four typescripts (three with revisions), 2010
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1.34 Three typescripts (two with revisions), 2010
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1.35 Typescript with revisions, 2012
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The Centrifuge
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1.36 Typescript, 2003
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1312008P_001 Draft, 23 December 2003. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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72.7 Fulcrum proofs, 2 April 2003
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1.37 The Chairs That No One Sits In. Two typescripts with revisions, 2008
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33.1 Charm Bracelet. Typescript, 1997
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92.3 Cheerios. Typescript with handwritten notes by Collins, undated
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4.22 Christmas Sparrow. Two typescripts (one with revisions), undated
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4.20 City and Country Mice at Thirteen Years. Typescript draft, undated
Clover Clench (imitating Dover Beach). Typescript, undated
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4.25, 4.27 Coastline. Two typescripts, undated
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1.38 Commencement. Handwritten first draft, 13 May 2005
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59.5 Coming Home. Handwritten draft in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
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1.39 Consider the Boar. Typescript, 2013
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4.22 Cosmology. Typescript, undated
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4.21 County Despair. Handwritten draft, undated
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4.22 Courtship. Two typescripts with revisions, undated
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4.20 Crab
The Cripple (see also John, the Crippled and To Hoby). Typescript, undated
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4.27 The Crows of St Petersburg. Typescript with revisions, undated
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1.40 Crush. Printed text in whole issue of Gulf Coast, vol. viii, no. 2, Summer/Fall 1996
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1.41 Daily. Handwritten draft and four typescripts (one with revisions), 2012
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4.28 The Day Lassie Died. Typescript, undated
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Day Sounds
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1.42 Two typescripts (one with revisions) titled The Pause, 2012
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91.3 Printed text in Key West Literary Seminar program, 2013
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The Dead
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osf 4 Printed broadside from the Merrill Memorial Poetry Seminar at the Lawrenceville School, 2002
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1.43 Typescript, undated
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30.6 The Death of Allegory. Photocopy printed text in Poetry, January 1990
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Deathbeds
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48.1 Poetry tearsheet with notation by John Updike, 2004
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37.3 Photocopy of printed text in Poetry, 2004
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1.44 December. Handwritten first and second drafts and typescript with revisions, 2012
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52.6 The Deep. Proof for Smithsonian Magazine, 2013
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4.27 Deep Mexican Night. Typescript, undated
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4.26 Deliverer. Typescript poem with revisions and alternate title Reconciliation, undated
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4.27 Departure. Typescript, undated
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4.28 Despair. Typescript with revision and annotations, undated
(detail). Typescript with revision, undated
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1.45 Dharma. Printed text for Poetry Foundation Pegasus Award, 2004 (2 copies)
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1312008P_001 Dialogue. Draft, 4 April 2002. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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1.46 Dining Alone. Typescript with revisions, 2012
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59.5 Directions. Handwritten draft in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
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4.25, 4.27 The Discovery of Scat. Two typescripts, undated
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1.47 Divinity. Three typescripts (one with revisions), 2013
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1.48 Divorce. Handwritten first draft, 8 February 2007
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1312008P_001 Dog. Draft, 3 March 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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A Dog on His Master
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1.49 Typescript with revisions, 2008
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74.3 Printed text in whole issue of The Contemporary West, vol. 25, no. 1, Fall 2008
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1.50 Draft. Typescript, undated
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4.23 Drawing Class. Typescript, undated
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4.22 Dream Allegories. Typescript with revision, undated
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1.51 Dress Code. Three typescripts (two with revisions), 2010
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92.3 Drinking Alone: After Li Po. Typescript with handwritten notes, undated
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4.23 The Drive. Typescript, undated
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4.28 Dublin. Typescript, undated
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1.67 Dumb Cravings, Oregon. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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4.26 Early Emily Dickinson. Handwritten draft, undated
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1.52 Early Morning. Typescript with revisions, 2012
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4.27 Early November. Typescript, undated
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1.53 Earth. Printed text in whole issue of The New Yorker, 29 July 2002
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2.23 Eastern Standard Time. Typescript, undated
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4.28 The Effort. Typescript with annotation, undated
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1.54 Empty. Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2013
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4.20 An English Teacher to His Students. Handwritten draft, undated
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4.28 Envoy. Typescript, undated
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4.25 Etmyology. Typescript, undated
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59.6 Evening. Handwritten draft in Ireland travel diary, 1995
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4.23 Evening Alone. Typescript, undated
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4.27 The Evening News. Typescript, undated
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4.20 Evenly. Typescript, undated
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4.21 Exchanged. Handwritten draft, undated
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1.27 Exploring the Coast of Birdland. Page proofs for The Journal, April 1994
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Fall to Your Knees and Thank God for Your Eyesight
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1.55 Six typescripts (five with revisions), 2010
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1.56 Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2012
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Falling Asleep
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4.27 Typescript, undated
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1312008P_001 Draft, 2003. Includes drafts of Celebration, My Parents, and Indeed. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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1.57 Farmers. Two typescripts (one with revisions, titled Farmer), 2011
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1.58 Feast Day. Handwritten first and second drafts, 23 January 2009, on versos of pages from Jason Whitmarsh's submission for the May Swenson Poetry Award
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4.22 February. Typescript with revisions, undated
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74.3 Feedback. Printed text in whole issue of The Contemporary West, vol. 25, no. 1, Fall 2008
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1.59 Fire. Three typescripts, 2013
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4.28 The First Night. Typescript with correction, undated
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The Fish
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1.60 Handwritten drafts, including first draft, 14 June 2007
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1.61 New York Times tearsheet, 25 November 2007
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4.21 The Fisherman. Typescript, undated
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1.62 The Flash Card. Typescript with revisions, 2007
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4.28 The Flight of the Statues. Typescript, undated
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4.21 Flippers. Handwritten draft on index card, undated
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Flock
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1.63 Handwritten fragment on verso of schedule for Marathon Reading at CUNY, May 2007
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48.4 Typescript, 2009
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3.65, 48.4 Four numbered lithograph broadsides by Red Hydra Press, 2009
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1.64 Florida in December. Six typescripts with revisions (one also with drawing), 2010
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The Flying Notebook
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16.5 Handwritten draft on verso of Steven Barclay contract, 2004
Typescript with revisions, undated
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3.20 Printed text in whole issue of Boulevard, nos. 59 & 60, Spring 2005
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1.65 Flying Over West Texas at Christmas. Typescript with revisions titled Flying Over West Texas, 2012
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4.20 Fold. Typescript draft, undated
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1.66 For a Friend Who Died on Christmas Morning. Two typescript drafts with revisions, titled The Gift, 2008
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1.67 For Susan Atkins: Sharon Tate Murderess. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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4.21 For Wallace Stevens. Typescript, undated
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Forgetfulness
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34.5 Typescript inscribed to Neale Quenzel, 1999
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2.1 Typescript, undated
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30.6 Photocopy printed text in Poetry, January 1990
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2.2 Printed text in Johns Hopkins Memory Bulletin, 11 July 2003
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4.20-21 The Foreign Geometry. Typescript (2 copies), 1964
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Foundling
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2.3 Four typescripts (three with revisions and doodles), 2011
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25.14 Typescript, 2012
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4.27 French Beach. Typescript with revisions, undated
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Freud
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24.22 Typescript, undated
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1312008P_001 Draft, 13 April 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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2.4 Friends in the Dark. Five typescripts (four with revisions) and list of rules for Rangers, 2012
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4.20 From a Bed. Typescript, undated
Frowning. Typescript, undated
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2.5, 52.4 Futility (after Wilfred Owen). Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2013
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The Future
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4.28 Typescript, undated
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83.4 Typescript, 2011
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2.6, osf 1 Printed text on And Then There Was White poster by ALT Design / Strangeways Academy and in bound format, Summer 2011
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4.21 General 1903-49. Typescript, undated
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2.7 Genesis. Typescript with revisions, undated
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59.5 A giant offshore pig… (written at Portmuck). Handwritten drafts in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
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2.8 Girl. Handwritten draft titled Sixteen and nine typescripts (four with revisions and one titled Sixteen), 2008
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4.20 A Glimpse of Biography. Handwritten draft, undated
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2.9 Gold. Typescript with revisions, 2008
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4.28 The Golden Years. Typescript with revision and annotations, undated
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32.5 Gone. Typescript, 1996
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1.67 Gonna Tell Aunt Mary about Uncle John. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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2.10 Good News. Typescript with revisions, 2009
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2.11 Grand Central (written for Grand Central Terminus's Centennial). Handwritten first and second drafts and eight typescripts (six with revisions) titled Grand Central Station, June 2012
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Grave
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2.12 Three typescripts (two with revisions), 2009
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56.2 Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2009
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2.13 The Great American Poem. Handwritten notes and typescript with revisions; 2007
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4.25 Great Moments in American Literature. Typescript, undated
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Greek and Roman Statuary
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4.28 Typescript, undated
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45.5 Two typescripts (one by New York Review of Books editor), 2007
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4.27 Guest. Typescript with revisions, undated
Haiku Truck. Typescript, undated
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2.44 Half Moon. Handwritten draft on verso of Month, undated
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4.24 Hand. Typescript, undated
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4.22 The Happy Farmer. Typescript, undated
Harmony. Typescript with revisions, undated
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16.5 Hashish. Handwritten draft, undated
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4.27 Hell. Typescript, undated
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4.21 Hemmed in by Weather. Handwritten draft, undated
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2.14 Heraclitus on Vacation. Typescript with revisions, 2012
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4.6 Here and There. Handwritten draft, 2009
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Hippos on Holiday
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2.15 Handwritten draft titled Holiday for Hippos, 2007
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3.66 Handwritten draft on verso of This Little Piggy Went to Market, 2008
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3.36 History Class. Typescript, undated
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4.24 The Holy Hours: North Carolina. Typescript, undated
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The Hope-monger
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4.21 Untitled typescript draft with revisions, undated
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4.20 Three typescript drafts (one untitled), undated
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4.24 How Not to Teach Poetry in March. Typescript, undated
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Hunger
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4.24, 4.25 Two typescripts, undated
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2.16 Typescript addition to Orsinini restaurant menu, undated
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1.67 The Husband's Wager. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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4.20 Hyannis Port Blues. Handwritten draft, undated
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osf 13 I Chop Some Parsley While Listening to Art Blakey's Version of Three Blind Mice. CUNY Matters layout page, 1998
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4.22 I Have Sorted Out His Clothes and Now I Can Write Something Down. Typescript with revisions, undated
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4.6 I thought I was dancing…. Handwritten draft, 2009
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4.21 I Will Not Talk to Myself…I Will Not Talk to Myself. Typescript with revisions, undated
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2.17 Idiomatic. FIELD proof, 26 January 1999
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4.25 Ignorance. Typescript, undated
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4.24 Imagism. Typescript, undated
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2.18 Impossible Poem. Handwritten first draft and typescript with revisions, 10 August 2007, undated
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4.23 In All the Excitement I Forgot to Ask His Name. Typescript titled In All the Excitement I Forgot to Ask Its Name, undated
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4.20 In and Out of a Playground Beneath the Whitestone Bridge. Typescript with revisions, undated
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59.6 In Flagrante Delicto. Handwritten draft in Ireland travel diary, 1995
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1312008P_001 In the Evening. Draft, 20 January 2003. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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91.19 In the Evergreen Hills of Berkeley. Typescript with handwritten note, undated
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In the Park
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2.19 Three typescripts (one titled Park and two with revisions titled Washington Square Park), 2013
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2.20 Four typescripts (two with revisions titled Park), 2013
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2.21 In the Room of a Thousand Miles. Printed text in whole issue of The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Annual Report, 2000
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Indeed
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4.25, 4.27 Two typescripts, undated
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1312008P_001 Draft, 2003. Includes drafts of Celebration, My Parents, and Falling Asleep. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.22 Influence. Two typescripts (one with revisions), undated
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4.21 Inn. Typescripts with revisions, undated
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2.22 Insomnia (After counting all the sheep…). Japanese translation. The Rising Generation tearsheets, 2004
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4.24 Insomnia (By the time the windowpanes…). Typescript, undated
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3.36 Insomnia (So much going on in the world…). Typescript, undated
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4.27 Interpretations of the Body. Typescript, undated
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4.22 Introspection as a Sonata and Nigel Bruce as Dr. Watson. Typescript with revision, undated
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4.21 Jailbait. Handwritten draft, undated
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2.23, 4.28 January in Paris. Typescript (2 copies), undated
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osf 4 Japan. Proofs for Pushcart Prize XXI, 21 June 1996
Jazz and Nature. Proof for DoubleTake, 2 February 1997
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4.24 The Joke. Typescript, undated
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John, the Crippled (see also The Cripple and To Hoby)
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4.20 Typescript with revisions, titled The Cripple, undated
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4.21 Typescript with revisions and edits by unidentified person
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4.24 The Joke. Typescript, undated
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4.23 Just Wondering. Typescript, undated
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4.20 The Katzenjammer Kids. Typescript, undated
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11.2 Keats's Handwriting. Two typescript drafts with revisions, undated
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2.24 Kitchen Follies. Typescript with revisions, 2008
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4.23 Kite. Typescript, undated
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4.27 Koan in the Rain. Typescript, undated
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4.21 Lake Lecture. Typescript, undated
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1312008P_001 Lake Shore. Draft, 16 April 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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2.25 Lakeside. Two typescripts with revisions, 2010
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osf 3 Languor. Handwritten draft on TLS clipping, 7 September 2001
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The Lanyard
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2.26 Typescript (2 copies), circa 2005
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2.27 Printed text in whole issue of Knot News, September 2009
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2.28 Printed text in The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Annual Reports, 2002/2003
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The Last Bus
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4.22 Typescript with revisions, undated
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4.24 Typescript, undated
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2.29 Last Moment in Paris. Handwritten draft and three typescripts (two with revisions), 2012
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4.23 The Last Straw. Typescript with revisions, undated
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59.6 Last Wishes. Handwritten draft in Ireland travel diary, 1995
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4.22 Late Haiku. Typescript, undated
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4.25 Latin. Typescript, undated
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4.27 Law of the Ancients. Typescript, undated
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4.22 Learning about Beasts. Typescript, undated
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59.6 Leaving the Station. Handwritten draft in Ireland travel diary, 1995
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4.28 Le Chien. Typescript with revisions, undated
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2.30 The Lecture Hall. Typescript with revisions, 2012
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4.21 Legatee. Four typescript drafts (two with revisions and one titled Inn), undated
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2.31 Lesson for the Day. Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2012
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osf 3 Let's Save It. Printed text, in whole issue of Crusader, Archbishop Stepinac High School, 3 June 1959
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1.67 A Letter from the Empire State Building to the Ghost of King Kong. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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2.32 Lines Written at Flying Point Beach. Typescript with revisions, undated
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2.33 Litany. Typescript, circa 2005
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2.34 Litany Revisited (for Cynthia). Typescript, January 2012
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1.7 Literary Magazines. Proof for Boulevard, 2010
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4.25, 4.27 Lolita in New Mexico. Two typescripts, undated
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45.4 Looking Forward. London Review of Books proof, 2007
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Looking West
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2.35 Printed text in whole issue of Big Sky Journal, Summer 2001
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2.36 Poetry East proof, 21 September 1995
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Lost
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2.37 Handwritten manuscript, 2007
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4.28 Typescript with annotation, undated
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1312008P_001 Lost in Paris. Draft, February 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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1.40 Love Poem in Another Universe. Printed text in whole issue of Gulf Coast, vol. viii, no. 2, Summer/Fall 1996
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26.7 Love Song. Brilliant Corners proof, 27 October 1998
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2.38 Lucky Bastards. Typescript with revisions titled You Lucky Bastard, 2012
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4.20 Maneuver. Typescript, undated
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33.1 The Many Faces of Jazz. Typescript, 1997
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2.39 Many Moons. Typescript with revisions, undated
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4.26 Marine Forecast. Typescript, undated
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4.20-21 The Market in Cairo. Typscript fragment and typescript, undated
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4.27 Marriage. Typescript, undated
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12.4 May (It was such a breezy day…). Typescript with revisions, 1997
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2.40 May (That was the day we made love…). Typescript with revisions, 2013
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60.1 The Melancholy Poet. Handwritten draft in London travel diary, 1996
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2.41 Memorizing The Sun Rising by John Donne. Four typescripts (three with revisions), 2010
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4.23 Memory. Two typescripts, undated
Methods of Composition. Typescript, undated
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2.42 Missing Page from a Commencement Address. Typescript, 2008
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59.6 Model. Handwritten drafts in Ireland travel diary, 1995
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2.43 The Moment. Proofs with annotations in unidentified hand, 5 July 2004
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2.44 Month. Typescript with revision and doodles, undated. With handwritten draft of Half Moon on verso
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30.4 Morning. Typescript, 1986
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33.2 Morning. CUNY Matters layout page, 1998
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2.45 Morning Walk (included in Introduction to Haiku in English: The First Hundred Years). Handwritten draft, 2010
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18.7 The Mortal Coil. Typescript, undated
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2.46 Mortality Ode. Typescript, undated
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2.47 Mosaic. Typescript, 2010
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2.48 Moscow. Typescript with revisions, 2013
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4.24 Motel. Typescript, undated
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59.5 My Funeral. Handwritten draft in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
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4.22 My Heart. Typescript, undated
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2.49 My Hero. Printed postcard from the Traveling Stanzas project of the Kent State University College of Arts and Sciences' Wick Poetry Center, 2013
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4.22 My Literary Destiny. Two typescripts, undated
My Novel. Two typescripts with revisions (one titled Novel), undated
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1312008P_001 My Parents. Draft, 2003. Includes drafts of Celebration, Falling Asleep, and Indeed. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.20 My Seriocomic Father. Typescript draft, undated
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2.50 My Unborn Children. Typescript, undated
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4.23 My Zen Student. Typescript with revisions, undated
The Names
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15.2 Typescript with revision, undated
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2.51 Three typescripts, including a reading copy with revisions, undated
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1312008P_001 Draft, 6 August 2002. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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2.52 'Congress in N.Y.' (Commemorative Joint Meeting of the Congress of the United States of America, 6 September 2002). Program (3 copies), Congressional Record (vol. 148, no. 112), Unum (vol. 6, issue 4), and clippings, 2002
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2.53 Printed text in program from the Ceremony of Reflection and Peace, Embassy of the United States of America, Dublin, Ireland, 11 September 2011
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National Mountain--see Range
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1312008P_001 Neurology. Draft, 19 February 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.25, 4.27 New Notebook. Two typescripts, undated
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2.23 New Year's Day. Typescript with revisions, undated
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4.23 New Zealand. Typescript, undated
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osf 3 The News Today. Printed text in whole issue of Bookforum, February 2006
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3.1 The Next Poem. Two typescripts, 2003
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4.25, 4.27 Night. (There is no such thing as green…). Two typescripts, undated
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4.27 Night (The thin moon is curved…). Typescript, undated
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4.20 Night Fight. Typescript with revisions, undated
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Night Golf
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1312008P_001 Draft, 5 January 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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3.2 Printout from Golf Magazine online, 2004
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33.1 The Night House. Typescript, 1997
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1312008P_001 Night in Tunisia. Two drafts, January 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.24 No Coincidence. Typescript, undated
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3.3 No Need for a Chew Toy. Handwritten draft, 2011
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18.3 No Things. Handwritten draft, undated
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92.4 No Time. Handwritten draft, undated
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3.4 Note to Antonin Dvorak. Two typescripts with revisions, 2012
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1312008P_001 November 15. Draft, 16 March 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.20-21 Nude Having Fallen Down the Stairs. Handwritten draft and typescript, undated
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59.5 The Nut of My Bitterness. Handwritten draft in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
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4.25, 4.27 O Crescent Moon. Two typescripts, undated
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19.1 Ode to a Desk Lamp. Typescript titled Ode, 2006
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4.20 Ode to a Scalion (sic). Typescript draft, undated
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3.5 Oh, Lonesome Me. Two typescripts (one with revisions) titled Lonesome Me, 2013
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4.28 Old Man Eating Alone in a Chinese Restaurant. Typescript with annotations, undated
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3.6 On a Poem by Lincoln: My Childhood Home I See Again. Typescript with revisions, 2013
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4.20-21 On the Chronic Inability to Act. Eight typescripts (three duplicates and three with revisions), 1964
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On the Death of a Next-Door Neighbor
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3.7 Handwritten manuscript, 17 October 2005
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4.28 Typescript, undated
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3.8 On the Death of Bukowski. Proof for Free Lunch, 1995
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47.1 On the little dock… (haiku). Modern Haiku proof with corrections, 2008
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4.23 One Self. Typescript, undated
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56.2 One Way It Might Have Gone. Typescript with revisions, 2009
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3.9 The Only Day in Existence. Lithograph celebrating the first annual Bourne Poetry Reading on 28 October 2002
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1312008P_001 The Only Thing I Brought to Read. Draft, 1 February 2003 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
The Order of the Day. Draft, December 2003 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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Orient
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3.10 Handwritten second draft, 2011
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92.3 Typescript with handwritten notes by Collins, undated
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Ornithography
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3.36 Typescript titled Wings, undated
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3.11 Typescript, undated
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4.28 Typescript with revisions, undated
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4.25, 4.27 Orphans. Two typescripts, undated
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3.12 Outdoors. Typescript with revisions, 2010
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4.23 Overlooking the Shannon. Typescript with revisions, undated
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1.67 Oxygen Religion. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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3.13 Pages in the Sky. Five typescripts (four with revisions), 2010
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3.14 The Painted Bridge: after Su Shi. Typescript with revision, undated
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4.25 Painting and Literature. Typescript, undated
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3.15 Palermo. Typescript, undated
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4.20 Pandaras offering “mass” in T&C. Typescript with revisions, undated
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3.16 Paradox. Handwritten draft and typescript with revisions and doodle, 2013
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4.27 A Park in St Petersburg. Typescript, undated
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4.21 Part for the Whole. Typescript draft on index card, undated
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4.22 Parts of Speech. Typescript, undated
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3.17 The Party. Typescript, undated
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3.18 Passengers. phati'tude galley proof and agreement, March 2002
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Passivity
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3.19 Three typescript drafts with revisions, 2006 or 2007
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4.28 Typescript, undated
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3.20 The Past. Printed text in whole issue of Boulevard, nos. 59 & 60, Spring 2005, with revisions
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23.6 Pencil Sharpener. Handwritten draft in sketchbook, 2011
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4.27 Pennsylvania. Typescript, undated
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59.5 Philosophy
Handwritten draft in Ireland and Canada travel diary, 1992
Typescript, 1992
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4.20 Philtre. Typescript, undated
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1.67 Pink Slip. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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4.27 Planet. Typescript, undated
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3.21 The Planner of the Day. Handwritten first draft titled The Planner of Days and four typescripts (two with revisions), August 2008
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30.5 Plight of the Troubadour. Typescript included in The Poetry Society of America Celebrates The New York Foundation for the Arts 1986 Fellowship Winners: A Souvenir Sheaf of Poems, undated
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3.22 Poem to the First Generation of People to Exist After the Death of the English Language. Typescript with revisions, 2013. With handwritten draft of 1957 on verso
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4.23 Poem with a Propeller. Typescript with revisions, undated
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3.23 The Poems of Others. Seven typescripts (five with revisions), undated
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4.20 Poet as Newscaster. Typescript fragment with revisions, undated
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3.24 Poet with Wrench. Typescript, 1999
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4.23 Pond. Typescript with revisions, undated
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Pornography
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3.25 Handwritten draft titled The Eighteenth Century, 2006
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4.28 Typescript with annotation, undated
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92.3 A Portrait of the Reader with a Bowl of Cereal. Typescript with handwritten notes by Collins, undated
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4.20 Postmaster General. Typescript draft, undated
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3.26 Print. Original and photocopy of typescript with revisions titled In the Dining Room (11 copies); typescript titled In the Dining Room (10 copies); typescript, 2000
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4.20 The Prisoner I Keep at My Estate. Typescript draft, undated
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3.27 Procrastination. Three handwritten drafts and two typescripts with revisions, 2012
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4.25, 4.27 Pun. Two typescripts, undated
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4.25 Putting Down the Cat. Typescript, undated
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Quandary
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3.28 Six typescripts (three with revisions), undated
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3.29 Typescript with revisions, undated
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3.30 Questions about Birds. Typescript with revisions, 2009
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4.20 Racketeer. Typescript, undated
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3.31 Rain. Typescript with revisions, 2008
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3.32 Rain. Three typescripts (two with revisions), 2011
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3.33 The Rain in Portugal. Typescript with revisions, 2013
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4.25, 4.27 Range. Two typescripts (one titled National Mountains), undated
RCA Victor. Two typescripts (one with revisions), undated
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59.6 Reader, for whom I walk out on these lines…. Handwritten draft in Ireland travel diary, 1995
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4.22 The Reader in the Sky. Two typescripts with revisions (one titled The Reader), undated
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3.34 Reading Myself to Sleep. Layout page, 1999
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3.35 Reading the Biographical Notes in a Haiku Anthology. Two typescripts with revisions titled Biographical Notes on the Haiku Poets, 2010
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4.23 Reaper. Typescript with revisions, undated
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3.36 Recumbent. Typescript, undated
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30.5 The Red Rooster. Typescript, 1987
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4.25, 4.27 Refrigerator Light. Two typescripts, undated
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4.21 Relations by the Eye and the Mind. Typescript, undated
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4.25 The Relentlessness of Soap Opera Life. Typescript, undated
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4.20 Remembrance of the Beginning of Things. Typescript draft, undated
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3.37 Report from the Subtropics. Two typescripts (one with revisions titled Subtropics), 2011
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4.20 Respite for the Fumbler. Handwritten draft, undated
Return to Home. Typescript draft with revisions, undated
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3.38 The Revenant. Typescript, undated
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3.39 Revision. Handwritten drafts and typescript, 10 October 2008, undated
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3.40 Riding the Beverage Cart Home. Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2010
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1312008P_001 The Road. Draft, March 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.22 The Romantic Agony. Typescript, undated
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Rome in June
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3.41 Handwritten draft and two typescripts (one with revisions), June 2012
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3.42 Typescript with revisions, 2012
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3.43 Rooms. Barrow Street proofs, September 2001
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4.27 Russia. Typescript, undated
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3.44 The Russian Novel. Typescript with revisions, 2003
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92.3 The Sandhill Cranes of Nebraska. Typescript with handwritten notes, undated
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osf 13 Sartre. Kultur clipping of Swedish translation by Birger Hedén, 2002
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1312008P_001 The Scarf. Draft, 29 January 2004 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.28 Scenes of Hell. Typescript with annotation, undated
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2.17 Scotland. FIELD proofs, 26 January 1999
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4.21 Search. Handwritten draft, undated
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1312008P_001 The Search. Draft, March 2004 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.28 Searching. Typescript with revision titled How Poets Read Prose, undated
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3.45 Seashore. Typescript, undated
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The Season
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3.46 Typescript with revisions and drawing, 2005
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2.23 Typescript with revision, undated
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3.47 The Seasons. Three typescripts, two with revisions and one also with doodles, undated
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30.4 Senior Year. Typescript, undated
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3.48 A Sense of Place. Printout from ronnowpoetry.com, 2013
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4.27 The Sentimental Poet. Typescript, undated
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4.21 Separation. Typescript, undated
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1312008P_001 Shell. Draft, 21 February 2004 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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2.23 The Shield. Typescript, undated
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4.21 Short Circuit. Typescript draft and handwritten draft, undated
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osf 3 Should I Leave. Printed text in whole issue of Crusader, Archbishop Stepinac High School, 3 June 1959
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osf 4 Shoveling Snow with Buddah. American Poetry Review proofs, 27 June 1995
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4.29 Silence this morning… (haiku). Russian translation, 2002
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3.49 The Size of the Morning. Four typescripts (two with revisions), 2011
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3.50 Sleep. Typescript with revisions, undated
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Snow Day
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3.51 Typescript, 1999
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3.52 Tearsheet from The Atlantic Monthly, February 2000
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1.67 So Be It. Printed text in whole issue of Echo, Spring 1970
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4.25, 4.27 Solo. Two typescripts, undated
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3.53 Solvitur Ambulando. Four typescripts (two with revisions), 2013
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osf 4 Some Final Words. American Poetry Review proofs, 27 June 1995
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4.25, 4.27 Song of the Balding. Two typescripts, undated
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4.23 Special Glasses. Typescript, undated
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4.24 A Specialist in His Field. Typescript, undated
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3.54 Species. Three typescripts (one with revisions), 2013
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4.22 Splitting Wood. Typescript, undated
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3.55 Spring Fever. Clipping of printed text in New York Times, 24 April 2011
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3.56 A Start. Typescript, 2010
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3.57 A Statue of Ganesha in a Frontyard in Ketchum, Idaho. Typescript with revisions, 2005
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3.58 Statues in the Park. Printout on stationery, 2005
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4.27 Still Point. Typescript, undated
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30.6, 59.4 Student of Clouds. Handwritten draft in California-Arizona travel diary and typescript copied by Barbara Koons, 1988
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26.4 Study in Orange and White. Typescript and corrected proof, 2002
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3.59 The Suggestion Box. Handwritten drafts and six typescripts (three with revisions), undated
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4.21 Suicide Case. Typescript with revisions, undated
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30.4 Summer Bug on Typewriter. Typescript, undated
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3.60 The Summer Houses. Typescript, 2006
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3.61 Sunday Walk. Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2013
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4.24 Survival. Typescript with revisions, undated
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47.1 Swallows in the air… (haiku). Modern Haiku proof, 2008
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Sweet Talk
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4.22 Typescript, undated
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osf 4 American Poetry Review proofs, 27 June 1995
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3.62 Table Talk. Two typescripts (one with revisions and drawings), 2009 or 2010
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33.2 Taking off Emily Dickinson's Clothes. Photocopy of printed text in Poetry, February 1998
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3.63 Tanager. Typescript with revisions, undated
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33.2 Telephone. Typescript, 1998
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1.32 Ten Postcards. Typescript, undated
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4.28 Tension. Typescript, undated
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60.10 Thank You Note. Typescript, undated
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3.64 Thank-You Notes. Seven typescripts, most with revisions, 2008 or 2009
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4.25 Thelonious Monk. Typescript, undated
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25.1 Theme. Typescript, undated
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3.65 Thieves. Handwritten draft on versos of three numbered lithographs of Flock, 2009
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3.66 This Little Piggy Went to Market. Handwritten draft, 2008
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3.67 This Much I Do Remember. Printed text in whole issue of The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Annual Report, 2001
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59.6 To a Stranger Born in Some Distant Country Hundreds of Years from Now. Handwritten draft titled Wet Dog in Ireland travel diary, 1995
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4.21 To Hoby. Two typescripts, undated
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To My Favorite 17-Year-Old High School Girl
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4.1 Two typescripts (one with revisions) titled To an Eighteen Year Old High School Girl, 2010 or 2011
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4.2 Typescript with revisions, 2012
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4.3 Traffic. Five typescripts (three with revisions), 2013
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4.25 The Tragic But Inevitable Inequality of Love. Typescript, undated
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4.20 Train Window, a Time Study. Typescript with revision, undated
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4.24 Translation of an Unwritten 12th Century Chinese Love Poem. Typescript (2 copies), undated
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4.27 Tree. Typescript, undated
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4.4 The Trouble with Poetry. Typescript with notations, circa 2005
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4.23 Turgenev. Typescript, undated
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4.5 Twitter Poem. Handwritten draft and clipping of printed text in New York Times Week in Review, 19 March 2011
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4.6 Two Creatures. Handwritten draft, 2009
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4.20-21 Uniform. Typescript (2 copies), 1964
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4.25, 4.27 Up Late With the Ancients. Two typescripts, undated
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4.20 Upper New York State. Typescript draft, undated
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4.27 Vade Mecum. Typescript, undated
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4.7 The Valley of the Forsaken and Other Places. Typescript with revisions, 2013
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4.8 Vanity. Typescript, 2010
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4.25, 4.27 Venetian Palindrome. Typescript (2 copies), undated
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4.9 Victorian. Two typescripts (one titled Victorian Prisoner), undated
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4.10 Villanelle. Two handwritten drafts and four typescripts (one with revisions), 2011
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30.4 Visionary. Typescript (2 copies), undated
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4.11 A Walk. Typescript with revisions, 2013
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4.12 Watching Pelicans from a Balcony in Key West. Three typescripts with revisions, 2011
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4.13 Watercoloring. Five typescripts (three with revisions and two with drawings), undated
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The Way You Lean Against Me While I Drive
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2.36 Poetry East proof, 21 September 1995
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1.40 Printed text with title The Way You Leaned Against Me While I Drove, in whole issue of Gulf Coast, vol. viii, no. 2, Summer/Fall 1996
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4.22 Weather Report. Typescript, undated
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4.29 We drank many cups….Russian translation, 2004
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4.24 We know from the movies it's not too smart…. Typescript, undated
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4.20 What We Shouldn’t Preserve. Typescript, undated
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4.14 While Eating a Pear. Los Angeles Times Book Review clipping, 28 January 1996
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4.23 Why I Could Never Be a Buddhist. Typescript with revision, undated
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sf 4 The Willies. Printed broadside from the Merrill Memorial Poetry Seminar at the Lawrenceville School, 2002
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91.3 Windsock. Printed text in Key West Literary Seminar program, 2013
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4.15 Winter in Utah. Typescript with revisions and notes on Alice Notley, Charles Bernstein, and James Schuyler, 2010
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4.26 Winter Inventory. Typescript with revisions and later titles Genius and Memory, undated
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1.40 Winter Night with Côte du Rhone. Printed text in whole issue of Gulf Coast, vol. viii, no. 2, Summer/Fall 1996
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4.16 Wish List. Two handwritten drafts and typescript, 2011
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4.17 A Word about Transitions. Seven typescripts (five with revisions), 2009 or 2010
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4.20 Words is Words. Typescript draft, undated
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4.18 Writing. Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2013
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1312008P_001 Writing After Death. Draft, August 2000. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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4.19 Yellow Berries. Typescript with handwritten edit, undated
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45.4 You Said You Would Write. London Review of Books proof, 2007
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4.20-21 Handwritten and typescript poems, many untitled, 1962-1966. With course materials; drafts of essays and other prose, including an essay on the John Cassavetes film Faces; drawings, including ones by L. M. Carson after parties attended by Carson and Collins; and research notes, including those written in 1964 while at the British Museum researching the idea of ‘Fame,’ celebrity, and authorship from medieval period until the Renaissance
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4.22 Typescript poems, circa 1994-1995
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4.23 Typescript poems, circa 2003
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4.24-26, 35.1 Handwritten and typescript poems, undated
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4.27 Typescript poems with revisions gathered under the title Before You Know It, undated
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4.28 Reading copies of poems 'pre-Ballistics.' Typescripts with annotations, undated
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Books
Aimless Love: New and Selected Poems
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5.1 Typescript poems, artwork, acknowledgements, and revised contents pages, July 2012, undated
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5.2 'New Poems Alphabetical.' Typescript poems with revisions, acknowledgements, and revised contents pages, undated
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5.3 Typescript and cover art, undated
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5.4 Cover art proofs, 2012
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5.5, osf 5 Cover artwork, layout pages, and table of contents with annotations, undated
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The Apple That Astonished Paris
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5.6 'Miller Williams' reactions.' Typescript with handwritten editing notes by Miller Williams, 1987
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5.7 Typescript of preface titled Afterward, 2006
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5.8 Galley proofs of preface titled Afterword with editor's notes, 2006
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The Art of Drowning
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5.9 Typescript, undated
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5.10-11 Publication, distribution, and promotional material; review clippings and royalty statements, 1993-1999
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6.1 Italian translation by Alessandro Ferace. Typescript titled L'arte di annegare, 2002
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Ballistics
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6.2 Typescript with revisions and artwork, undated
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6.3 Copyedited typescript, undated
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6.4 Master proofs with edits, 10 April 2009
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6.5 Master 2nd Pass proofs with edits, 4 June 2009
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6.6 Page proofs with revisions, undated
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6.7 Unbound signatures, undated
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18.7 Cover layout, undated
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6.8 Cover proofs, 2009, undated
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56.1 List of complimentary book recipients, undated
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Horoscopes for the Dead
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6.9 Two typescript tables of contents with annotations, 2010
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6.10 'Final Revisions.' Typescript poems with revisions, 2010
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6.11 Cover artwork and proofs, undated
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Nine Horses
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7.1 Typescript, 2002
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7.2-3, osf 5 Copy-edited manuscript, layouts, artwork, and correspondence, 2002
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7.4 Introductory essay titled Dear Reader, for PBS Bulletin. Printed text in whole issue, no. 196, Spring 2003
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7.5 'Reading copy retired Nov. 2010.' Random House Trade Paperback Edition with handwritten annotations
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Picnic, Lightning
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7.6 Cover proof, undated
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7.7 Publication and promotional material, 1997-1998
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Questions about Angels
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osf 6 'Author's pages' (Original and photocopy)
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osf 7 'Master set'
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7.8 Cover proof (5 copies), undated
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7.9 Photocopies of jacket copy, 1991
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7.10 Publication material, including contract, 1998
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Sailing Alone Around the Room
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7.11 Setting copy, September 1999
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osf 8 22 September 1999
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8.1 Master set, 14 October 1999
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8.2 Layout mark up, 4 November 1999
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8.3 Revised page proofs #1, master set, 19 November 1999
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8.4 Revised page proofs #2, 7 December 1999
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8.5 Table of contents and about the author pages, revised page proofs #3, 9 and 12 February 2001
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8.6 Copyright and about the author pages, February-July 2001
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8.7 Sample case, June 2001
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osf 2 Cover proof, 2007
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She Was Just Seventeen
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8.8 Typescript pages, undated
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8.9 Layout pages, 2006
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8.10 Artwork, 2006
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8.11 Taking Off Emily Dickinson's Clothes. Cover proof, 2000
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The Trouble with Poetry and Other Poems
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osf 3 Layout pages, undated
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8.12-13, osf 5 Cover proofs, 2005, 2006, undated
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Audiobooks and programs
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8.14 Best Cigarette. Year-end production report, 1997
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osf 2 Billy Collins Live: A Performance at the Peter Norton Symphony Space. Proofs of case jacket and cd label, 2005
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8.15 Delta Airlines in-flight audio program The Art of Relaxation
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1312008P_001 ‘Delta Poetry.’ List of poems by category, 2003 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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8.15 SKY in-flight magazine tearsheet, 2003
Subseries B. Notebooks and Sketchbooks, 1964-2013, undated
Notebooks
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9.1 1964
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9.2 August 1969 'Summer Book'
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9.3 1973-1975
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9.4 1989
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9.5 1990-1993
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9.6 1991-1992
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10.1 1991
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10.2 1993
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10.3 1993 (including Scotland and Ireland travel)
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10.4 1993
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10.5 1994
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11.1 1994 'Ireland'
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11.2 1994-1995
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11.3 1995
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11.4 1995 'Summer'
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11.5 1996 (including Ireland travel)
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11.6 1996
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11.7 1996 (including Ohio Poetry Circuit diary)
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12.1 1996
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12.2 1996
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12.3 1997
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12.4 1997
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12.6 1997
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12.5 1997 '1'
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12.6 1998 '2'
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12.7 1998
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13.3 1999 (including Italy travel)
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13.4 1999
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13.5 1999
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15.1 2002
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15.2 2002 'Whitman'
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15.3 2002 (including Fall Readings travel)
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15.4 2002
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16.1 2002-2004
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16.6 2003, 2007
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17.2 2004-2006 (with Berkeley, Bainbridge, Cabo travel)
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17.3 2004, 2006
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17.4 2005
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17.5 2005
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17.6 2005 (October)
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17.7 2005 (November)
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18.1 2005
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18.2 2005, 2009 (with Abacos, Bahamas travel)
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18.1 2006
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18.3 2006 'Cuba'
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18.4 2006
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18.5 2006 (on advance reading copy of Mostly Bob by Tom Corwin)
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18.6 2006
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18.6 2006
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19.2 2006 (on The Poet's Notebook by David Stanford Burr)
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18.7 2006-2007
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18.8 2006-2009
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19.1 2006-2009
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19.2 2006-2010
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18.6 2007
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19.5 2007
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19.3 2007-2008 (with Key West, Florida travel)
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19.4 2007, 2009-2011
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19.6 2008
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20.1 2008
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20.2 2008, 2010
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20.3 2008-2010
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20.4 2009
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20.5 2009
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20.6 2009, 2011
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21.1 2009, 2011
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20.4 2010
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21.2 2010
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21.3 2010 'England'
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21.4 2010
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21.5 2010-2011
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21.6 2010-2011 (with Germany travel)
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21.7 2011
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22.2 2011 (with Dallas, Cabo San Lucas, and Horoscopes book tour travel)
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22.1 2011-2012
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22.3 2012
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22.2 2012-2013 (with Lubbock, Texas, and Ireland travel)
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22.4 2013 (with Russia travel)
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22.5-8 Undated (4 notebooks)
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23.1-4 Sketchbook and miscellaneous loose papers, circa 1964-1971
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23.5 Sketchbook, including household maintenance and appliance instructions, 1989-2001, undated
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23.6 Sketchbook, 2011
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23.7 Loose sketches, 2012
Subseries C. Commencement Addresses, Lectures, and Other Talks, 1993-2013, undated
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24.1 5th Annual William Matthews Memorial Reading at City College Library of the City University of New York, April 2001. Two typescripts with notes and revisions, 2001
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24.2 Citation for Robert Bly's award of the Frost Medal by the Poetry Society of America, 5 April 2013. Handwritten draft, 2013
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Commencement Addresses
Choate Rosemary Hall
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24.3 Typescript and program, 2001. With 1999 and 2000 commencement programs containing handwritten notes about the 1999 address given by Edward Albee and the remarks by the headmaster
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24.4 On Slowing Down. Printed text of Collins' address in whole issue of Choate Rosemary Hall Bulletin, Summer 2001
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24.5 Community School of Sun Valley. Typescript with revisions and program, 3 June 2007
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24.6 Groton, 1 June 2003. Typescript with revisions
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24.3, 24.7 Holy Cross, 24 May 2002. Two typescripts with revisions, page proofs with edits, and program, May-3 June 2002
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24.3 Kimball Union Academy, 27 May 2000. Typescript (2 copies)
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24.3, 24.8 Lehman College, 12 October 2000. Typescript adaptation titled Speed and Memory and earlier typescript with revisions titled Poetry Across the Curriculum, undated
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24.9 MacDuffie School, 31 May 2009. Typescript, program, contract, and correspondence, 2009
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24.10 Rollins College, 10 May 2008. Typescript with revisions, duplicate typescript fragment, excerpt, and program, 2008
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24.11 University of California Riverside. Typescript with revisions and program, 2007
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24.12 University of Oregon. Notes and program, 2006
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24.13 Eulogy for George Plimpton. Handwritten notes, undated
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24.14 Everyday Moments, Caught in Time (TED Conference, March 2012). Typescript, 2012
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24.15 Fieldston School. Typescript notes, 1996
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24.16 Game of Poetry. Poets' House, Portmuck, Ireland, 1995. Handwritten and typescript notes and drafts, undated
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24.17 Grand Central Terminal 100th Anniversary Celebration, 1 February 2013. Typescript with revisions and list of featured authors and musicians, 2013
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24.18 Inaugural Reading as Poet Laureate. Typescript and handwritten notes, draft, and quotations, September-October 2001
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Introductions of speakers
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24.19 Jules Feiffer at Rollins College, March 2010. Handwritten notes, three typescript drafts (one with revisions), and clipping, 2010
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24.20 X. J. Kennedy for the Frost Prize at the Poetry Society of America's 99th Annual Awards Ceremony, 29 April 2009. Four typescripts (two with revisions), invitation, and program, 2009
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24.21 Paul-Victor Winters at Slapering Hol Press publication reading, Warner Library, 9 March 1996. Printed transcript in Hudson Valley Writers' Center Crosscurrents, Summer 1996
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24.22 Key West Literary Seminar Keynote Address. Typescript with revisions, notes, copies of poems, and poetry workshop exercise, 2005
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26.18 Leaves of Grass 150th Anniversary Celebration, Walt Whitman Birthplace Association, 18 June 2005. Typescript and handwritten notes and drafts, 2005
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24.23 Lehman College Silver Anniversary Faculty-Staff Celebration, 16 December 1993. Typescript with revisions and program, 1993
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24.24 Palm Beach: An Illustrated Talk. Typescript, undated
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Poetry: The Original Travel Literature (Sun Valley Writer's Conference, 2005)
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24.25 Typescript with revisions, comprised of Travel In Poetry and Surprise in Poetry, and conference program, undated
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25.1 Typescript with revisions, undated
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25.2 Poetry, Pleasure, and the Hedonist Reader (Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference). Notes and typescript with revisions, undated
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25.3 Port Townsend Film Festival, 28-30 September 2007. Guest curator Formative Film presentation. Notes and research on Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, 2007
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84.1 Rebel without a Cause (for Lehman Film Series). Handwritten and typescript notes, 1989
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The Secret Game of Poetry (Lehman College, 8 October 2002; Sun Valley Writer's Conference, August 2006)
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25.4 Handwritten and typescript notes, two typescripts (one with revisions), and photocopy printed texts of poems, undated
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25.5-7 Three typescripts with revisions, conference program, and brochure, 2006, undated
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25.8 Southampton Craft Talk, Summer 2007 (Published as Craft Talk in The Southampton Review, vol. II, no. 1, Summer 2008). Typescript with revisions, undated
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Surprise in Poetry, Billy Collins' Craft Lecture (Stony Brook Southampton and Ohio University)
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25.9 Typescript, undated
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24.25 Typescript with revisions, undated
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25.10 Through a Voice Darkly: The Narrators of Edwin Arlington Robinson (for Edwin Arlington Robinson Poetry Festival, May 1997). Typescript with revisions, festival flyer, and schedule, 1997
Subseries D. Contributions to books and other publications, 1991-2013, undated
Blurbs
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48.3 Asekoff, L. S. The Gate of Horn. Handwritten draft on letter from Northwestern University Press, 2009
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47.4. Atunes, António Lobo. The Fat Man and Infinity. Handwritten drafts on versos of letter from W. W. Norton and typescript, 2008
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50.4 Batt, Matthew C. Sugarhouse. Handwritten draft on letter from Houghton Mifflin and typescript, 2011
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50.1 Bradley, Adam and Andrew DuBois. The Anthology of Rap. Handwritten draft on letter from Yale University Press, 2010
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40.4 Coghill, Sheila. Visiting Walt: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Walt Whitman. Handwritten draft on letter from University of Iowa Press and typescript, 2003
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49.5 Dobyns, Stephen. Next Word, Better Word: The Craft of Writing Poetry. Handwritten draft on letter from Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
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51.3 Dunn, Stephen. Here and Now. Handwritten draft on letter from W. W. Norton, 2011
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50.3 Gale, Kate. The Goldilocks Zone. Typescript, 2011
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38.1 Gifford, Terry. The Unreliable Mushrooms. Handwritten draft on verso of letter from Gifford, 2002
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49.3 Greer, Ben. Bright House. Typescript, 2010
Harman, Mark. Translation of Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke. Handwritten draft on verso of letter from Harvard University Press, 2010
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47.4 James, Clive. Opal Sunset. Handwritten draft on letter from W. W. Norton & Co., 2008
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39.1 Janeczko, Paul. Opening a Door. Handwritten draft on letter from Scholastic, 2002
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52.1 Keane, Mary Beth. Fever. Typescript, in email to Simon and Schuster, 2012
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40.2 Longfellow, Layne Longfellow Reads Longfellow. Handwritten draft on letter from Longfellow, 2003
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52.5 Mathews, Tom. No Return Game. Handwritten draft on verso of letter from Mathews, 2013
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43.4 McCourt, Frank. Teacher Man. Handwritten draft on letter from Scribner, 2005
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42.7 McKeithen, Madge. Blue Peninsula. Handwritten draft on verso of letter from Farrar, Straus, 2005
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48.4, 48.5 Menaker, Daniel. A Good Talk: The Story and Skill of Conversation. Two handwritten drafts on versos of letters from Twelve Books and Oxford American, 2009.
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25.11 Pollitt, Katha. The Mind-Body Problem: Poems. Typescript, 2008
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44.3 Rosenbaum, Ron. The Shakespeare Wars. Handwritten draft on verso of letter from Random House, 2006
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50.3 Rosenblatt, Roger. Kayak Morning: Reflections on Love, Grief, and Small Boats. Handwritten draft on letter from Ecco Press, typescript with revisions, and typescript, 2011
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45.2 Schine, Cathleen. The New Yorkers. Handwritten draft on verso of letter from Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2007
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43.4 Sheehan, Julie. Orient Point. Handwritten draft on verso of letter from W. W. Norton, 2005
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48.2 Shinder, Jason. Stupid Hope. Handwritten draft and typescript, 2009
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51.1 Swist, Wally. Huang Po and the Dimensions of Love. Handwritten draft on letter from Swist and typescript in letter to Swist, 2011
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47.2 Vicuña, Cecilia and Ernesto Livon-Grosman. The Oxford Book of Latin American Poetry. Handwritten draft on letter from Oxford University Press, 2008
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43.3 Wilder, Rex. To Gather Paradise. Handwritten draft on letter from Red Hen Press, 2005
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50.1 Winch, Terence. Falling Out of Bed in a Room with No Floor. Typescript in letter to Terence Winch, 2010
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46.3 Wineapple, Brenda. White Heat. Typescript, 2008
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34.5 Wrigley, Robert. Reign of Snakes. Handwritten draft, 1999
Essays
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75 Needles in the Haystack of Poetry--see Best American Poetry 2006 in Editing Files (also pre-printed in The Writer's Chronicle, September 2006)
Ballad of the Ballad: Poetry's Bearer of Bad News (in New York Times, 11 April 2003)
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25.12 Typescript and agreement, 2003
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25.13 Clipping, 11 April 2003
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1312008P_001 ‘Beckett Interview’ (possibly for Paris Review or Fulcrom). Draft, February to April 2003 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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Comments on his poems
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25.14 Foundling (in Best American Poetry 2013). Two typescripts (one with revisions), 2012
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25.15 The Grave (in Best American Poetry 2010). Three typescripts (one with revisions), 2010
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25.16 The Great American Poem (in Best American Poetry 2009). Typescript, 2009
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49.2 Here and There (in Best American Poetry 2011). Typescript, 2010
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A Study of Billy Collins: The Author Reflects on Five Poems (in The Bedford Introduction to Literature: Reading, Thinking, Writing and reprinted in Literature to Go, both edited by Michael Meyer).
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25.17 Introduction: How Do Poems Travel? Typescript, undated. With photocopy printed texts of poems
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25.18 On Building with Its Face Blown Off: Michael Meyer Interviews Billy Collins. Two typescripts (one with edits by Suzy _____), undated
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25.17 On Writing Litany. Typescript, undated
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On Writing Nostalgia
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25.19 Two typescript and handwritten composite drafts, undated. With Meyer's edited typescript of the biography and introduction, titled A Study of Billy Collins: A Poet's Reflection on Five Poems and with handwritten edits by Collins
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25.17 Typescript, undated
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25.17, 25.20 On Writing Osso Buco. Two typescripts, undated
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15.17, 25.20 On Writing Questions about Angels. Two typescripts, undated
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31.7 Tuesday, June 4th, 1991 (in Best American Poetry 1993). Typescript with edits and note by David Lehman, 1993
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25.21 The Fires This Time (for The Way We Live Now column in The New York Times, 20 August 2000). Clipping, 2000
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25.22 First Days (contribution about first day of school for Target Inside). Printed text, Fall 2002
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34.5 First Loves (contribution to the Journal of the Poetry Society of America). Tearsheet, Spring 1998
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25.23 The Heavy Way of All Metals (Beloit College Round Table). Clipping, 21 November 2003
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25.24 Letter to the editors re. Sharon Olds declining her Festival of the Book invitation. Typescript, 2005
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25.25 More than Meets the Eye: Complexity in Poetry (in PSA Journal). Typescript, 1999
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My Grandfather's Tackle Box: The Limits of Memory-Driven Poetry (in Poetry Magazine, August 2001)
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25.26 Author's proof, 14 May 2001
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25.27 Corrected proof, 16 May 2001
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25.28 My History with Poetry Magazine (for Ever Been Rejected by Poetry Magazine? You're in Very Good Company by Mike Melia, PBS Newshour, 29 June 2011). Three typescripts (two with revisions), 2011
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My Howl (in The Poem that Changed America: Howl Fifty Years Later, edited by Jason Shinder, 2006)
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25.29 Copyedited typescript, September 2005
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25.30 First pass page proofs with corrections, 18 October 2005
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25.31 Palimpsests (in PEN America 15: Maps). Three typescripts (one with revisions), 2011
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25.32 Phat Chance (in Bookforum, Sept/Oct/Nov 2006). Typescript titled Slinging Slang, 2006
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25.33 Poetry and Tragedy (in USA Today). Clipping of printed text, 25 September 2001
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Poetry, Pleasure, and the Hedonist Reader (in The Eye of the Poet: Six Views of the Art and Craft of Poetry, edited by David Citino, 2002)
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26.1 Typescript with revisions and annotations by Collins and Citino, undated
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26.2 Typescript, undated
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26.3 Poetry Rocks! Inspire Your Students with Dazzling Poetry (in RHI). Whole issue of RHI, vol. 1 no. 1
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26.4 The Poetry Shuffle (contribution to exhibition catalog The 47th Corcoran Biennial: Fantasy Underfoot, Corcoran Museum of Art, 2002). Typescript titled The Poetry Shuttle and faxed proofs with corrections, 23 August and 12 November 2002
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26.5 Poetry: The Original Travel Literature (for the Book of the Month Club). Typescript, 26 August 2005
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26.6 Surf and Turf (in Slate, 13 March 2012). Typescript titled Comment on Leigh Hunt's The Fish, the Man, and the Spirit, 2012
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26.7 Trading Fours with William Matthews (in Brilliant Corners: A Journal of Jazz & Literature). Proofs, 27 October 1998
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26.8 Tribute to Nathaniel Hawthorne (for Nathaniel Hawthorne Society Bicentennial Conference program, July 2004). Program, 2004
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26.9 Wandering the Bookstore (contribution to The Books that Authors Love to Give and Receive, in The New York Times, 21 December 2011. Typescript, 2011
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32.4 Weighing the Dog (essay about his poem, for Poetry East). Typescript, 1995
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26.10 What's American about American Poetry? (in The McGraw-Hill Reader, 2006, and in the U. S. Department of State publication Writers on America, May 2008). Typescript (2 copies, one with corrections), undated
Introductions, Forewords, and Prefaces
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26.11 Bartlett's Poems for Occasions. Typescript, 2004
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The Best Spiritual Writing 2011, edited by Philip Zaleski
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26.12 Four typescripts with revisions, 2010
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26.13 Typescript, 2011
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26.14 Conversation Pieces: Poems that Talk to Other Poems, edited by Kurt Brown. Typescript pages of Meg Kearney's contribution La Belle Dame Sans Merci and Sonnet XLIII by Elizabeth Barret Browning. With handwritten draft of Collins' poetic response to Browning's sonnet, 2006 or 2007
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Hollywood Foto-Rhetoric: The Lost Manuscript by Bob Dylan
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26.15 Typescript of Dylan's poems with annotations by Collins, 2008
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26.16 Handwritten notes, typescript draft of introduction with revisions, and clippings, 2008
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26.17 Icarus (Wyoming High School student publication). Printed text in whole issue, vol. 18, Spring 2005
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Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman (150th Anniversary Edition by Signet Classics, 2005)
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26.18 Notes and two typescripts with revisions, 2004-2005
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26.19 Proofs, 6 December 2004
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26.20 Book cover proofs, undated
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26.21 Monologue of a Dog by Wislawa Szymborska. Page proofs with revisions, June 2005
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The Spoken Word Revolution (slam, hip hop, & the poetry of a new generation), edited by Mark Eleveld
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15.3 Typescript with revisions titled Poetry on the Page and in the Air, undated
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26.22 Poems on the Page, Poems in the Air typescript and correspondence, 2002
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The Subway Pictures by Peter Peter
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26.23 Handwritten and typescript drafts, photocopy of James Agee introduction to Many Are Called by Walker Evans, and review clippings, 2004
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Draft fragment titled Their Match, 24 March 2004 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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1.58 Tomorrow's Living Room: Poems (May Swenson Poetry Award vol. 13), by Jason Whitmarsh. Handwritten draft on versos of pages of Whitmarsh's poems, 2009
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26.24 Trout Fishing in America by Richard Brautigan (Mariner Books, 2010). Two typescripts with revisions, 2009
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26.25 Alver, Betti. Selected Poems (translations by Collins, Taimi Ene Moks, Mardi Valgemae, and others, published by Estonian Centre International P.E.N., Toronto, 1989). Photocopy proofs, photocopies of original Estonian texts, and Perivale Press contest announcement, 1991
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26.26 Crossing State Lines: An American Renga, edited by Bob Holman and Carol Muske-Dukes. Typescript, undated
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26.27 Metropolis Found: New York Is Book Country 25th Anniversary (keynote poem The City by Collins). Page proofs of The City, 21 May 2003
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Pamela Sztybel: Recent Landscapes, by Lisa N. Peters, 2008 (Spanierman Gallery exhibition catalog, includes poem Gallery by Collins)
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27.1 Correspondence and lists of works by Sztybel, 2008
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27.2 The Word Exchange: Anglo-Saxon Poems in Translation, edited by Greg Delanty and Michael Matto (includes riddle translation My Jacket Is Polished Gray by Collins). Correspondence, photocopy research texts with annotations, and handwritten draft by Collins, 2007
Subseries E. Editing, 1975-2010
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The Best American Poetry 2006
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27.3 Typescript list of poems and periodicals, 2006
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Introduction, titled 75 Needles in the Haystack of Poetry
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27.4 Typescript with edits by David Lehman, 28 December 2005 and 10 January 2006
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27.5 Page proofs, 24 May 2006
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27.6 Bright Wings: An Illustrated Anthology of Poems about Birds (Columbia University Press). Comments by David Lehman, 2008
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27.7 The Midatlantic Review. Cover proof, no. 2, Fall 1975, with handwritten annotation by Collins
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Poetry 180: A Turning Back to Poetry
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27.8 Typescript of poem 147, Tuesday 9:00 AM by Denver Butson, undated
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27.9 'Poems sent to Library of Congress for website, May 2005.' Photocopy pages of printed text, undated
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27.10 Clippings, 2001-2002
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27.11 Typescript description, 2009 or 2010
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180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Every Day
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26.18, 27.12 Introduction. Typescript with revisions and typescript fragment on verso of handwritten notes about Walt Whitman, undated
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27.13-17 Lists of poems and photocopies of printed texts of poems with source citations, April-November 2004, undated
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28.1 Proofs of cover, undated
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28.2 'Poems sent to Library of Congress for website, May 2005.' Photocopy pages of printed text, undated
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Subseries F: Reviews by Collins, 1978-2006, undated
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28.3 Hall, Donald. White Apples and the Taste of Stone: Selected Poems 1946-2006. Book World tearsheet, 16 April 2006
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28.4 Kaplinski, Jaan. I Am the Spring in Tartu. Journal of Baltic Studies tearsheets, 1993
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osf 3 Manhire, Bill. Lifted. The Dominion Post clipping, 16 July 2005
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28.5, 69.10 Novalis. Hymns to the Night, translated by Dick Higgins. The Independent tearsheet and whole issue, 1978
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28.6 Sawyer-Laucanno, Christopher. E. E. Cummings: A Biography. Typescript, undated



Series II. Correspondence, 1962-2013, undated

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28.7 1962-1969
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28.8 1970
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28.9-10 1971
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28.11-12 1972
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29.1-2 1973
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29.3 1974
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29.4 1975
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29.5 1977
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29.6 1978
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29.7 1979
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29.8 1980
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29.9 1981
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30.1 1982
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30.2 1983
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30.3 1984
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30.4-6 1984-1990 (primarily but not limited to publications)
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30.7 1985
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30.8 1986
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31.1 1987
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31.2 1988
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31.3 1990
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31.4 1991
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31.5 1992
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31.6-7 1993
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31.8 1993-1995
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32.1-2 1994
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32.3-4 1995
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32.5-7 1996
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33.1 1997
1998
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33.4 Fitzgerald, Edward
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35.1 2000
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35.4-5 Hemet High School
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35.6 Philbrook, Danielle
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36.3-5, 37.1-2 Poet Laureate congratulatory notes
2002
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37.4 C
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2003
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42.5 William Fremd High School
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43.2 Modern Haiku
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2012
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52.2 Winter Park High School
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53.3 Koertge, Ronald



Series III. Personal and Career-Related Material, 1935-2013

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53.4-9, osf 15 Awards and Honors, 1993-2010
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54.1-2 Honorary degree, Purchase College, 2004
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54.3 National Poetry Series entry fee (canceled check) and note by Collins, 1990, undated
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54.4 Poet Laureate of New York. Program, 2004
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Poet Laureate of United States
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54.5 Surprise party invitations and photographs, 2001
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54.6-7 'Business.' Correspondence, notes, press releases, typescript responses to the honor, list of poetry readings at the Library of Congress, luncheon guest list, business cards, and clippings, 2001-2002
Childhood and Family Papers
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54.8 Baby book, 1941
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St. Joan of Arc School
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54.9 Reader (Here We Come: Faith and Freedom, written by Sister M. Marguerite), 1944
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54.10 School notebooks, 1948, undated
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54.11 School report cards, 1948-1953
St. Bernard's School
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55.1 Report card and honor roll certificates, 1954-1955
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55.2 Photocopy graduation program and photograph, 1955
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55.3 Class of 1955 booklet. Photocopy typescript, undated
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Archbishop Stepinac High School
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osf 3 Crusader newspaper, vol. xi, no.l 10, 3 June 1959. Whole issue contains Collins' poems Let's Save It and Should I Leave? and his prose piece Culmination in the Village
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55.4 Photocopy yearbook pages, undated
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osb 1 Scrapbook, 1955-1959
Katharine MacIsaac (mother)
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55.5 Ann Marguerite MacIsaac papers, including birth certificate, certificate of U.S. naturalization, estate balance sheet, William and Katharine Collins wedding announcement, greeting cards, Sheila Grover and David Dyson wedding photographs, and John R. MacIsaac obituary and photograph, 1935-1946, 1973, undated
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55.6-7 MacIsaac and Mahoney genealogy papers, 1965-2000, undated
William S. Collins (father)
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55.8 International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers recognition certificate, 1993
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55.9 Collins genealogy papers, 1991
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55.10, 23.2 Curriculum Vitae, 1970, 1999, 2011, 2012
Datebooks
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55.11 2002
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55.12 2006
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56.1 2008
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56.2 2009
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56.3 2010
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56.4 2011
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Diaries and scrapbooks (see notebooks for additional travel diary entries)
Travel diaries
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57.1 Antigua, 1973
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57.2 Greece, 1974
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57.4 Ireland, 1978, and Florida, 1979
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58.1 Los Angeles and Virgin Islands, 1979
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58.2 New York, Tampa, and Bimini, 1981, and Bimini, 1987
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58.3 Hog Creek (East Hampton), 1982, and San Francisco, 1982
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58.4 Italy, 1983
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59.1 Ireland, 1985
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59.2 Florida Keys, 1986
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59.3 Italy, 1986
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59.4 California-Arizona, January 1988
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59.5 Ireland and Canada, 1992
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10.3 Scotland and Ireland, 1993
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59.6 Ireland, 1995
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11.5 Ireland, 1996
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60.1 London, 1996
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60.2 St. Petersburg, 2000
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60.3 Various United States (Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Washington, D.C.), Canada, Ireland, and Istanbul, 2001
Phoenix and Denver, 2005
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osb 1 School, 1955-1959
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57.3 California, 1976-1978
Education
College of the Holy Cross (B.A.), 1963
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60.4 Statement of course credits, June 1963
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60.5 Commencement invitation, 1963
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60.6 Photocopy yearbook pages, circa 1963
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4.20 Class of 1963 alumni letter, 1963
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60.7 Class of 1963 directory, 1998
University of California at Riverside (Ph.D.), 1971
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4.20-21, 23.2, 60.8 Course handouts, exam sheets, notes, and drafts of essays, 1963-1966, undated. With drafts of poems and drawings
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60.9-10, 61.1 Course syllabi, reading lists, notes, exams, and graded essay papers, 1964-1967
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61.2 Wallace Stevens and the Techniques of Self-Consciousness. Typescript essay with handwritten comments by professor, January 1965
Dissertation, titled Wordsworth and the Romantic Search for an Audience
Photocopy of typescript draft with handwritten edits, undated
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61.3 Chapter 1 (2 copies)
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61.4 Chapter 2 (2 copies)
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61.5 Chapter 3
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61.6 Chapter 4 (2 copies)
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61.7-8, 62.1-2 Typescript, August 1971
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62.3-4 Typescript with revisions, December 1971. With revised typescript abstract, 1971
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62.5-6 Typescript with handwritten edits, December 1971
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62.7 Reader's comments, 1971
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63.1-8, 95.1-2 Ephemera, including unused postcards, art and theater programs, clippings, periodicals, golf scorecards, maps, and other items, 1962, 1980-2013, undated
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1312008P_001 Southern Illinois Irish Festival newsletter, Spring 2003. 1 electronic file: PDF
Financial and Legal Material
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64.1 'Billy's Foreign Deals' (German, Italian and Japanese), 2004-2005
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64.2 Endowed scholarship at Lehman College. Program, 2011
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64.3 Potential purchase of property in Ireland, 1994-1995, undated
Publication and broadcast agreements
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64.4 British Broadcasting Corporation, 2002-2008
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64.6 Edizioni Medusa, 2004
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64.7 Houghton Mifflin, 2003
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64.8 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2008-2010
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64.9 Kokubunsha, 2005
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64.10 Macmillan Publishers, 1998
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64.11 A Prairie Home Companion, 2009-2010
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64.12 Random House, 1999-2005
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64.13 Salmon Publishing Ltd., 1996
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64.14 University of Pittsburgh, 1998
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64.15 Various, 1995-2013
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64.16 Random House vs. Pittsburgh Press. Correspondence and clippings, 1999-2000
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64.17 Research Foundation of CUNY research grant, 1999-2001
Royalty and Earnings Statements
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64.18 Macmillan Publishers, 2001
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64.19 Minnesota Public Radio, 2005, 2008
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65.1 Random House, 2001-2006
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65.2 Sourcebooks, Inc., 2005
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65.3 University of Arkansas Press, 2005-2006
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65.4 University of California, July 1967
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65.5 University of Pittsburgh Press, 1999, 2005, 2012
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65.6 Various, 2005-2013
Steven Barclay Agency
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16.5, 65.7 Engagement contracts, 2001-2011
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56.3, 65.8 Payments for appearances, 2005-2011
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65.9 George Plimpton Statue Project. Typescript proposal, 2005
Katonah Village Library Poetry Series
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65.10-11 'Katonah Readings,' Correspondence, notes, contact lists, flyers, advertising mailers and postcards, newsletters, agreements, and administrative material, 1990-2007, undated
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65.12 Anniversary gala invitation and letter, 2008
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65.13 Correspondence and typescript interview answers, 2011
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66.1-3 Marvel Comics project proposal. Correspondence, Marvel Knights 4 and Squadron Supreme comic books, and photocopy research material, 2005, undated
Organizations and professional societies
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66.4 Chez Panisse Foundation. Annual report, 2007
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66.5 Institute for Irish American Studies. Typescript recommendations with annotations, undated
PEN
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66.6 Reports and program committee roster, 2004, 2007
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66.7 Literary gala program, 2009
Poetry Society of America
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66.8 Board correspondence and papers, 1999
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66.9 Essays for Meeting of the Board of Governors, 17 June 1998. Photocopy texts, some with annotations
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66.10 Solicitation letter to lapsed members, 3 December 2001
Photographs
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66.11-13, 67.1-4, osf 10 Childhood and family, 1941-1949, undated
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67.5, osf 10 William J. Collins (father)
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69.6 Ted Hughes as Poet Laureate of the United Kingdom with his signed butt of sherry, October 1986
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Poetry competition judging
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69.7 Programs, brochures, and correspondence, 1992-2010
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1312008P_001 Griffin Poetry Prize 2004 Short List (Leslie Greentree, Di Brandt). Draft, 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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1312008P_001 Lumina Poetry Award 2004 Judge’s Report (Meghan Adler, Raphael Kosek, Kate Kingston). Draft, February 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
Press and Publicity
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Big Snap website
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77.4 Printouts of webpage, 25 April 1998
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77.5 Access statistics and email printouts, 1998-1999
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69.8 Billy Collins: On the Road with the Poet Laureate (film profile by Richard B. Woodward). Review clipping and program, 2003
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69.9 'Biography.' Typescript biographical note, handwritten notes by Collins, typescript by Sue Ellen Thompson, 2004, undated
Interviews and articles. Clippings, tearsheets, transcripts, and typed questions and responses
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69.10 1978, 1990-1991
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69.11 Interview with Staci Swedeen for Hudson Valley Writers Center. Typescript questions with handwritten responses, 1991
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69.12, osf 13 1992
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69.13 1993
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69.14 1994
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69.15 1995
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70.1 1996
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70.6-8, 71.1, osf 11 2001
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71.2 Felicitous Spaces: An Interview with U. S. Poet Laureate Billy Collins by Alexandra van de Kamp for Terra Incognito. Email printouts and typescript proofs, January 2001
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71.3 Paris Review Interview. Typescript with revisions by Collins, 2001
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71.4 Typescript by unidentified author, 2001
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71.5-7, 72.1-2, osf 11-12 2002
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72.3 Billy Collins: An Interview by Anne Sheffield. Tin House page proofs with handwritten corrections, 14 February 2002
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72.4-5, osf 13 2003
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Interview with Christina Daub for Fulcrum: An Annual of Poetry and Aesthetics, no. 2, 2003
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72.6 Transcript with handwritten revisions, undated
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72.7 Proofs, 2 April 2003
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72.8 The Way We Live Now: 2-23-03: Questions for Billy Collins; Versus Verses by Regan Good for the New York Times. Interview questions with handwritten answers by Collins and typescript notes titled Political Poetry, February 2003
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74.1-3, osf 12 2008
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74.6 2011
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74.7 'Q/A Interview for Italian Press and Fazi.' Typescript interview responses, 2011
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74.9 Typescript interview responses for Galway newspaper, 25 March 2012
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74.10 2013
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75.1 Transcript of conference interview by John Cusatis and others from the School of the Arts in Charleston, South Carolina, 15 October 2010
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75.2-7 Unidentified interviews. Typescript questions and responses, typescript and handwritten notes, and transcripts, undated
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75.8-10, osf 13 Publisher catalogs and announcements, 1988-2009
Reviews and advertisements
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osf 13 Poetry 180: A Turning Back to Poetry
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75.11 180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Everyday, 2005
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75.12 The Apple that Astonished Paris, 1988-2007
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32.4, 75.13 The Art of Drowning, 1995-2002
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75.14 Ballistics, 2008
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76.1 Best American Poetry (editor), 2006
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76.2 Best Cigarette (audio), 1998
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76.3 Forgetfulness (Animated Poem Online), 2006
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76.4 Horoscopes for the Dead, 2011
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76.5, osf 13 Nine Horses, 2002-2005
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76.6-7 Picnic, Lightning, 1998-2002
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76.8 Questions about Angels, 1992-2002
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76.9-10, osf 13 Sailing Alone Around the Room: New and Selected Poems, 2001-2005
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76.11 Taking Off Emily Dickinson's Clothes, 2000-2002
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76.12 The Trouble with Poetry and Other Poems, 2005-2007
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77.1-3 Steven Barclay Agency catalogs and promotional material, 1997-2011
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65.7-8 Agreements and payments, through Steven Barclay Agency, 2001-2011
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56.3, 77.6-7 Airline and rail transport boarding passes and ticket receipts, 2003-2013, undated
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77.8 Hotel receipts and keycards, 2005-2011, undated
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77.11 2005
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78.3 2012
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78.4 2013
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78.5 Nametags and badges, 2001-2013
Programs, flyers, press releases, invitations, tickets, and audience questions (for clippings see press and publicity files)
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4.22, 78.6-12, osf 2, osf 15 1989-1995
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78.13, 4.22 1996
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78.14, osf 14 1997
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78.16 1999
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78.17 2000
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82.7-8, osf 14-15 2012
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82.9, osf 14 2013
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7.5 Nine Horses 'reading copy retired Nov. 2010.' Random House Trade Paperback Edition with annotations
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4.28 "Pre-Ballistics.' Typescript poems with annotations, undated
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82.10 Chautauqua, 30 July 2010. Typescript notes on bad photographs and bad poems, typescript of introductory talk by unidentified person, and clippings, 2010
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83.1 Dear Editor: A History of Poetry in Letters (Poetry magazine's 90th anniversary event in Chicago, 14 November 2002). Script with revisions, 13-14 November 2002
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83.2 John W. Kluge Center formal opening, 7 May 2003. Program with annotations by Collins, 2003
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83.3 The Lyricist's Voice (Collins interview of Paul Simon), 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center, 20 February 2008. Program, notes, and audience questions for Paul Simon, 2008
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83.4 On Point with Tom Ashbrook: The Poetry and Philosophy of Troubled Times (radio program), 12 August 2011). Handwritten notes and typescript of The Future, 2011
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83.5 Oxford Discovery Programme on Queen Mary 2. Correspondence, 2003, 2005
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83.6 PEN 2009 Literary Awards (hosted by Collins), City University of New York, 19 May 2009. Invitation, program, schedule with handwritten annotations, and revised typescript draft of Collin's remarks, 2009
Prairie Home Companion
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83.7 30 November 2002. Guy Noir 'final' script with revisions, 30 November 2002
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83.8 31 December 2005 (Live broadcast from the Fitzgerald Theater). Agreement, two scripts with revisions, schedules, and program, 27-31 December 2005
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83.9 16 December 2006. Guy Noir and ATM scripts with revisions, 15 December 2006
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83.10 26 May 2007. Itinerary, undated
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83.11 24 November 2007. Guy Noir script with revisions and schedule, 24 November 2007
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83.12 13 June 2009. Itinerary, 12 June 2009
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83.13 11 December 2010. Three Guy Noir scripts with revisions, one Radio script with revisions, two schedules with annotations, and itinerary, 10-11 December 2010
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83.14 24 December 2011. Typescript notes with annotations, 2011
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83.15 2 November 2013. Typescript timing notes, 2013
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83.16 Richard Ellmann Lectures in Modern Literature 2013, Emory University (conversation with Paul Simon). Typescript list of questions with annotations, 2013
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83.17 The Song Is You (WLIU radio program with Bonnie Grice). Correspondence, notes, and lists of songs, February-April 2005
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83.18 Wits: A Good Laugh with Writers (Minnesota Public Radio program, 20 May 2010). Handwritten notes, clippings of articles by John Moe and Susan Orlean, and correspondence, 2010
Teaching
Course and workshop teaching notes, handouts, writing exercises, assignments, exams, and syllabi
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23.2 Index cards, undated
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13.1, 83.l9, 84.1-5, 85.1-7, 86.1, 88.9, 88.11-12 Index cards. 1981-1988, 1993, undated
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86.2 ENG 227: American Literature, 1991, undated
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56.3, 86.3 ENG 367E. September 2009, 2010
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86.4 ENG 740. 1999, undated
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86.5-6 ENG 755: Irish Revival, Modern Irish Literature. 1997, undated
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ENG 770 Studies in Poetry
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86.7-8 2001, undated
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86.9 Course analysis and papers submitted by Danielle Philbrook, Spring 1996, February 1997
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86.10-12 ENG 776 and 786: Literary Ireland. 1992-1993, undated
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87.1 ENG 791 and ENW 792 Ireland Poetry Workshop. 1994-1995
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87.2 ENG 792 Creative Writing assignment on Sylvia Plath's poem Child. 1996
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87.3 IBAP 154: Exploratory Writing. Undated
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87.4 IBAP 156. Undated
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87.5-7 'Irish' (Irish Literature and Culture, ENG 327, ENG 337, IBAP 162, IBAP 163). With material from Eamon Grennan's Vassar College course ENG 249: Literature of the Irish Revival and 249a: The Literary Revival in Ireland, 1976-1978, 1993, undated
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87.8-9 Ulysses and other Irish literature. 1998, undated
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88.1-5 Various poems and assignments, undated. With Key West map and pamphlet
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88.6 How to surprise yourself in writing a poem exercise, undated
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88.7 Rhyme and meter exercise, undated
Grade books
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88.8 1968-1973
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88.9 1977-1978, 1978-1979
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88.10 1980, 1981
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88.11 1984-1986
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88.12 1986-1987
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89.1 1987-1988
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89.2 1988-1990
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89.3 1991-1993
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89.4 1993-1994
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89.5 1995-1998
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89.6 1998-2000
Herbert H. Lehman College (City University of New York)
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89.7 Address return labels, 1999
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89.8 Correspondence, 2002, 2012
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89.9 Department of English telephone directory, Fall 2005
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89.10 Identification card, 1980
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89.11 University Poet-in-Residence. Correspondence, 2003-2007
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89.12 Unpaid leave of absence. Correspondence, 2003-2004
Rollins College
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89.13 Appointment letters, 2008-2009
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90.1 Winter Park Institute Ideas in Residence brochure, undated
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90.2 Writing Around New York: A Proposal for a Winter Park Institute Event. Typescript, undated
Sarah Lawrence College
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90.3 Course evaluations, 1998
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90.4 Teaching contracts, 1998-1999
Stony Brook University
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90.5 Appointment letters, 2008-2013
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90.6 Brochure, 2008
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90.7 Comments on theses of poems by Phebe Szatmari (Vernacular Tattoos) and Ashleigh Marie Pritchard, 2012
Workshops and seminars
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90.8 Academy for Teachers Master Class, March 2013. Description, participant questions, and correspondence, 2013
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90.9 Hudson Valley Writers' Center. Newsletter and announcement, 1991, 1992
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Iolani School, Hawaii (Keables Chair Holder), 26 February-3 March 2007
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90.10 Schedule with annotations, 2007
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1312008P_002 Photographs from Collins’ appearances, including a reading on 28 February 2007. 50 electronic files: JPEG
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90.11 John Cabot University's Institute for Creative Writing and Literary Translation (Poet in Residence, Summer 2012). Brochures, clippings, and press releases, 2012
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90.12 Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference, 2005. Storybook album by Karen Tessandore and program
Key West Literary Seminar
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90.13 The Beautiful Changes, 9-16 January 2003. Program with handwritten annotations by Collins
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90.14 Humanitarian Program to Cuba, 5-13 January 2006. Program, orientation packet, and receipt
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90.15 Wondrous Strange, 11-14 January 2007. Moving from the Clear to the Mysterious with Billy Collins. Program and flyer with notes by Collins, 2007
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56.1, 90.16 Historical Fiction and the Search for Truth, 8-18 January 2009 (Collins workshop Maneuvering the Poem). Flyer and program with annotations, 2009
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91.1 Clearing the Sill of the World: A Celebration of 60 Years of American Poetry, 7-14 January 2010. Program with annotations and flyer, 2010
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91.2 The Hungry Muse, 6-16 January 2011. Program and flyer, 2011
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91.3 Writers on Writers, 10-20 January 2013. Program with annotations and bookmark, 2013
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91.4 The Dark Side: Mystery, Crime & the Literary Thriller, 9-19 January 2014. Flyer, 2014
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91.5 Plum Writers Retreat. List of addresses, 2001
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91.6 Proposed conference on teaching poetry for New York high school teachers. Notes and summary of proposal, 2004 or 2005
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91.7 Purchase College Durst Master Class, 2004
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91.8 Scarsdale Teachers Institute. Workshop description, 1994
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91.9 Southampton College Summer Conference Workshop. Brochures, 1998, 2004
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Southampton Writers Conference
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91.10 16-27 July 2008. Brochure
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91.11 15-26 July 2009. Brochure and roster
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91.12 14-25 July 2010. Brochure and roster
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91.13 17-28 July 2013. Schedule with annotations and roster
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91.14 West Bronx Community Writing Workshop. Announcement, 1994
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91.15 Wildwood Writers' Conference. Brochure, 1992
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Notes and poems for unidentified lectures or workshops
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91.16 Ambiguity in Poetry, undated
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91.17 'BICS' and 'Warner Workshop.' Undated
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1312008P_001 ‘Metaphor,’ CUNY online poetry course, 2004. 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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1312008P_001 ‘Poetic Maneuvers,’ proposed talk, 8 January 2004 1 electronic file: Microsoft Word 8.0
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91.18 'Poetry Theory.' Photocopy and original handwritten and typescript notes, undated
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91.19 'Poetry Workshop Notes.' Typescript and handwritten notes, poems, handouts, and Southampton Writers Conference schedule, 2007, undated
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91.20 The Sonnet, circa 2008
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92.1 The Turn, Poetry: A Matter of Life and Death, and other notes, undated
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13.1, 48.5, 92.3-4 Various, 1998-2013
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92.5 'Wedding readings.' Photocopies of printed poems and excerpts, undated



Series IV. Works by Others, 1965-2013

Subseries A. Related to Collins and his work, 1988-2013, undated
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92.6 Allin, Tom. Introduction of Collins at University of North Carolina. Typescript, 2008
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92.7 Bauserman, Deborah N. Undressing Emily Dickinson. Typescript, 2010
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52.3 Beardsley, Jimmie. Days. Copy of illustrated handmade book honoring the poem by Collins, 2013
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92.8 Beattie, Maegen. Life Versus Death: The Poetry of Billy Collins (student essay). Typescript, 1 June 1998
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92.9 Billard, Jon. Stepping into a Canoe. Typescript, 12 June 2008
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92.10 Cincala, Todd. Getting Past the 'Accessible' Label: Vološinov's Sociological Approach and the Poetry of Billy Collins. Typescript thesis, 1 August 2007
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92.11 Cipullo, Tom. Flames (musical arrangement of the poem by Collins). Printed sheet music, in American Encores for Solo Voice and Piano, edited by Paul Sperry, undated
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92.12 Clarke, John. Purity. Photocopy pages from New Fiction, undated
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92.13 Ferrell, Courtney. Here Lies Poetry: A Review of Horoscopes for the Dead by Billy Collins. Typescript, undated
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92.14 Fitzsimmons, _____. Tucson Nov. 7. Ink drawing of Collins, 2010 or 2011
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92.15 Fulton, Alice. Introduction of Collins at Cornell University, 11 March 2010 (published in English at Cornell newsletter of the Dept. of English, vol. 14, Fall 2011). Two typescripts (one incomplete), 2011
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osf 9 Gerardi, Robert. Embrace (musical setting for Collins's poem). Sheet music, undated
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92.16 Griswold, Harry. Turn, Turn, Turn: Beyond Humor in the Poetry of Billy Collins. Typescript, 2006
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92.17 Gwynn, R. S. The Conceited Mr. Collins (Lecture on Collins at The Sewanee Review's presentation of the Aiken Taylor Award to Collins, 28 November 2011). Typescript, 2011
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30.6 Hammond, Mac. The Poem as Apple. Typescript, 1988
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92.18 Hansen, Robin. Billy Collins: A Reading (at Phillips Academy). Pencil drawing, 7 May 2004
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92.19 Healy, Tom. Introduction of Collins at O, Miami Poetry Festival, 1 April 2012. Typescript, 2012
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92.20 Kirchick, Jeffrey. Deconstructing Common Language Poetry by Seeing the Dickinson With Us--Even Billy Collins. Typescript, 6 January 2009
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92.21 Knisely, Lindsay. Journal for Billy Collins' Picnic, Lightning (student paper). Typescript, 1998
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92.22 Koizumi, Junichi. Billy Collins: Selected Poems. Printed booklet of Japanese translations of poems by Collins, 2004
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92.23 Morehouse, Karieann. Final Project on Names by Billy Collins. Photocopy scrapbook, 2006
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92.24 Murphy, M. Drawing of Collins, undated
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92.25 Jalbert, Pierrre and Stacy Garrop, Vivian Fung, Lita Grier, and Zhou Tian. Music in the Loft. The Billy Collins Suite: Songs Inspired by His Poetry (chamber settings for eleven Collins poems). Program and printouts of cd booklet, 2008-2009
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92.26 Must, Ann. Estonian translations of poems by Collins. Printed text in whole issue of Akadeemia, vol.18, no. 8, 2006
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osf 9 Peterson, Kathy. Illustration of Collins' poem Catholicism, 2013
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92.27 Potter, Steven. Taking Off Emily Dickinson's Clothes (music composition for the poem by Collins). Sheet music, June 2000
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92.28 Rice, Claiborne. Fictive Motion and Perspectival Construal in the Lyric (Essay published in Cognitive Literary Studies: Current Themes and New Directions, edited by Isabel Jaén and Julien Jacques Simon). Typescript and reprint request, 2009
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30.6 Roberts, Edgar V. and Henry E. Jacobs. Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing. Photocopy proofs of Meeting Poetry, 8 June 1988
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92.29 Schenck, John. Wired with Alertness and Other Altered States: The Poems of Billy Collins. Typescript, 18 May 1999
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93.1 Scrimgeour, Meghan. Eyes at the Window (student paper on Picnic, Lightning). Typescript, 11 December 2003
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93.2 Steck, Kaylee. The Beauty within an Ordinary Moment. Typescript, 2009
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osb 2 Stony Brook University students. Scrapbook of work created in connection with the selection of Sailing Around the Room for the university's First Year Reading Program and Undergraduate College's Commons Day, 2007
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osf 9 Title, Dorrit. Inscribed photographic copy of drawings of Collins with notes on Walt Whitman, 2004
Various authors
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93.4, 42.4 Poems written in tribute to Collins, 1998-2013, undated
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37.3, 37.4, 93.5, osf 9 Drawings of Collins, 2002-2008, undated
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93.3 Unidentified author. The Theme of Death in Billy Collins' The Dead, The Afterlife, and My Number (student paper). Typescript, 2003
Subseries B. Other, 1965-2011, undated
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66.9 Barr, John. The State of the Art. Faxed typescript, 8 June 1998
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93.6 Bukowski, Charles. Typescript poems, circa 1975. With whole issue of The Midatlantic Review, no. 1, summer 1975
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93.7 Clark, Tom. Light and Shade: New and Selected Poems. Typescript fragments, including Introduction by Amy Gerstler, 2006
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18.5 Corwin, Tom. Mostly Bob. Advance reading copy used as notebook by Collins, 2006
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93.8 Davis, Dick. All My Soul Is There: Verse Translation and the Rhetoric of English Poetry. Photocopy tearsheets from Yale Review with annotations by Collins, January 2002
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93.9 Dawson, Fielding. Penny Lane. Composite of original and photocopy typescript pages with revisions, undated
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93.10 Diamond, John. The Haiku of Poetry. Faxed text of proofs of essay in On Wings of Spirit: Anthology of the American Physicians' Poetry Association, with annotations by Collins, 8 November 2001
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13.1 Dodd, Wayne and Stanley Plumly. Talking about Poetry: An Interview with William Matthews (in The Ohio Review, no. 3, 1972). Tearsheets with highlighting by Collins.
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66.9 Epstein, Joseph. Who Killed Poetry? Photocopy Commentary tearsheets, 1988
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93.11 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence. "What is that bird trying to call…." Handwritten text with drawing, undated
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93.12 Fish, Stanley. Photocopy of essay The Unbearable Ugliness of Volvos, from There's No Such Thing as Free Speech, 1994
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93.13 Fulton, Alice. Of Formal, Free, and Fractal Verse: Singing the Body Electric. Photocopy of printed text, with annotations by Collins, undated
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66.9 Gioia, Dana. Can Poetry Matter? Photocopy of essay from collection with the same title, with annotations by Collins, 1992
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Gonzalez, Emi
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93.14 Poetry 180: A Painless and Eye Opening Program. Typescript student paper, undated
Recollections of Rainbows. Bound poetry and artwork, 2003
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93.15 Green, George. Typescripts of Art in America, Art Movies, Confederates Try to Burn New York, Rembrandt, Ronel Laborde, and The Treaty of Paris, with revisions and comments by Collins, undated
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66.9 Hass, Robert. Poet's Choice: Poems for Everyday Life. Photocopy of printed text of A Note to Readers and Starting from Capitol Hill, 1998
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13.1 Holder, Jonathan. The Rhetoric of the Contemporary Lyric, 1980. Photocopy of chapter three, The Abuse of the Second-Person Pronoun, with annotations by Collins, undated
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Johns, Lawrence
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93.16 Art and the Regeneration of Radical Theology. Original and photocopy typescript dissertation, 27 November 1972
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28.11 Middle of the Line. Typescript, 1972
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94.1 Nietzsche and the Assassination of Buddha. Typescript synopsis, 8 February 1974
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3.68 Thursday. Handwritten manuscript, undated
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94.2 Johnson, Dave. An Interview with William Matthews. Photocopy tearsheets from High Plains Literary Review with notations by Collins, undated
Kapovich, Katia
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94.3 Alter Echo. Typescript and photograph of Kapovich, undated
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94.4-5 Anna-Maria and the Others. Typescript collection of poems, additional copies of poems, and eleven rejected poems, undated
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94.3 Forbidden Fellini. Typescript, undated
November 7. Typescript, undated
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94.6 The Seventh String: Poems 2003-2005. Typescript collection of poems inscribed by Kapovich
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94.3 Silhouette. Typescript, undated
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94.7 Kirk, Donna. A Book of Poems to Billy Collins. Typescript poems pasted into bound volume, 2008
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94.8 Koertge, Ron. Kryptonite. Published poem with art by Roy Fox, inscribed to Collins, 2007
Mackey, Ned
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94.9 Bumping into Botticelli. Typescript essay, 2005
Driving Robert Frost. Typescript essay, 2005
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94.10 Maddox, Marjorie. When the Wood Clacks Out Your Name. Page proofs with corrections, author biography, and Prairie Schooner review of Perpendicular as I, 1999, 2002
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94.11 Maguire, John D. Ambling Toward an Introduction of Andrew Young (Opening Comments at the Inaugural National Annual Reading Poetry at Georgia Tech/Bourne Poetry Reading). Typescript, 1 November 2002
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94.12 Mitchner, Stuart. Prince of Players: The Ballad of Wardell Gray. Typescript, 2002
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94.13 Oakeshott, Michael. Rationalism in Politics and Other Essays. Photocopy excerpt with annotations by Collins, 1991
Peters, Robert
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4.20-21 Elegy for Richard. Typescript poem, undated (two copies)
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4.20 Mt. San Gorgonio Ascent. Typescript poem, undated
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4.21 The Old Lady Who Sold Shoes to the Poor. Typescript poem with revisions, December 1965
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4.20, 28.12 Poems. Typescript poems, undated
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94.14 Petersen, Mark. Typescript poems, undated
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94.15 Pritchard, William H. Remembering John Updike. Photocopy of printed text in American Scholar, Summer 2009
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94.16 Pyne, Ann. The Approach. Handwritten draft of poem, 2011
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66.9 Shetley, Vernon. After the Death of Poetry. Photocopy of printed text of Directions for Poetry chapter, 1993
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94.17 Zapata, Miguel Angel. The Sky Which Writes Me, edited by Anthony Seidman. Typescript, 2003
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94.18 Various authors. Typescript poems, 2003-2009, undated
Unidentified authors
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94.19 Another Two Cents on Jorie Graham. Typescript, 1999
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94.20 Typescript chapter 1 of unidentified novel, with annotations by Collins, 2008
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94.21 Various typescript poems, 1998, 2001, undated



Index of Correspondents

  • 5 AM (Ed Ochester)--33.3
  • 32 Poems (John Poch)--47.4, 48.5
  • 92nd Street Y (New York, N.Y.). Unterberg Poetry Center (Melissa Hammerle, Bernard Schwartz, David Yezzi)--32.5, 39.3 46.2, 47.4
  • Aamot, Elizabeth Faith--42.1, 43.4
  • Abernethy, Christo--34.2
  • Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Foundation (Carol Knorowski)--52.3
  • Abrams, Sam--52.3
  • Abshire, Ty--48.1
  • Academy of American Poets (Anthony Libby, Beth McCabe, Jennifer O'Grady, Donald Oresman, Henry Reath, Jeannette Watson Sanger)--31.6, 34.2, 35.3, 38.5, 39.4, 42.6
  • ACM (Another Chicago Magazine) (Barry Silesky)--30.4
  • Academy of the New Church (Douglas Reuter)--43.5
  • Aczon, Lauren--49.2
  • Adams, Barbara Block--45.1
  • Addonizio, Kim--33.2
  • Adelmann, Maria--41.1
  • Adler, Amy--36.4
  • Adler, Meghan--41.1, 48.1
  • Agnes Irwin School (Anna May Charrington)--37.3
  • Aguero, Kathleen--30.4
  • Ahlert, Amy--45.1
  • Air/Land/Sea (Jonathan Franzen, Jonathan Safran Foer)--46.3
  • A.K.A. Poetry (A.K.A. Magazine)--30.5-6
  • Akright, Brent--43.5
  • Alaska Quarterly Review (Jane Hirshfield)--51.4
  • Aldan, James--52.3
  • Alden, Phyllis--45.1
  • Aldridge, Janis--43.5
  • Alehouse (Jay Rubin)--43.5
  • Aleman, Michael P.--37.3
  • Alexander, Ann--36.4
  • Alexander, Bob--37.3
  • Alexander, Elena--32.5
  • Alexander, Sister Mary Catherine ("Astro Twin" "Suki" "Susan")--29.9, 30.1-3, 30.8, 31.1-2, 31.6, 31.8, 32.1, 32.5, 33.2, 34.2, 35.2, 35.6, 36.5, 37.3, 39.4, 41.1, 42.6, 43.5, 45.1, 48.1, 50.2, 51.4, 52.3, 53.2
  • Alexandria Country Day School (Emmet Rosenfeld)--41.1
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (Deb Garrison re. Kevin Young, Victoria Wilson)--37.3, 46.3
  • Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill (Elisabeth Scharlatt)--43.5
  • Allen, Eddie--48.1
  • Allendale Columbia School (Rochester, N.Y.) (Eleanor Sparagana)--49.2
  • Alliance for Young Artists & Writers (Bryan Doerries, Virginia McEnerney)--45.1
  • Allyn and Bacon (Susanne Forman)--41.1
  • Almond Tress Press and Paper Mill (Gene Valentine)--41.1
  • Altman, Elissa--41.1
  • America: Now and Here (Eric Fischl, Kristopher Moore)--49.4, 51.4
  • American Book Review (Rochelle Ratner)--30.4
  • American Center of P.E.N. (Nick Burd, Jasmine Davey, Frances FitzGerald, Kristin Holcomb, Steven L. Isenberg, Linda Cicely Morgan, Paul W. Morris, John Morrone, Michael Roberts, Elissa Schappell)--35.2, 36.5, 40.3,42.6, 48.1, 49.2, 51.4
  • American Irish Historical Society (Chris Cahill, Kevin M. Cahill)--35.2, 41.1, 48.1, 51.4
  • American Irish Legislators Society (John J. McEneny to Sheldon Silver)--41.4
  • American Place Theatre (Organization) (David Kener)--48.1
  • American Poetry Center (Margaret C. "Margot" Barringer)--31.6
  • American Poetry Review (Stephen Berg, David Bonanno, Ethel Rackin)--5.10, 7.7, 32.1, 35.2 (to Herman Berlandt), osf 4
  • American Public Media (Larissa Anderson)--50.1
  • American Scholar (Sandra Costich, Robert Farnsworth, Langdon Hammer)--7.7, 31.6, 32.1, 32.5, 33.1-2, 35.2, 37.3, 42.6
  • American School in London (William C. Mules)--37.3
  • American School of Paris (Pilar Cabeza de Vaca)--37.3
  • American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (Christopher Dobbins to University of Pittsburgh Press)--51.1
  • American University--32.5
  • American Voice (Frederick Smock)--32.3
  • Amherst College (William H. Pritchard, Visiting Writers Search Committee re. Todd McEwen)--32.3, 48.1
  • Anawalt, Don--52.3
  • Anderson, Maggie--33.2, 42.6
  • Anderson Ranch Arts Center (Kyle Bajakian)--34.2
  • Angelou, Maya (to Herman Berlandt)--35.2
  • Anhinga Press--30.4
  • Animated Magazine (Victoria Gray)--49.2, 51.1
  • Antaeus (Daniel Halpern)--30.4
  • Antonio, Jose--45.1
  • Antonow, Eric--33.2
  • Anzalone, Anthony--46.3
  • Aperture (Robert Morton)--37.3
  • Apex Learning (Firm) (Ilona Hileman to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.6
  • Aranoff, Gaya--48.1
  • Arceneaux, Taylor--48.1
  • Archbishop Stepinac High School (Dan Peake, Paul J. Thomas)--39.4, 48.1
  • Archives et musée de la littérature (Catherine Daems)--37.3
  • Argust, Carolyn--51.4
  • Arizona Friends of Chamber Music (Jean-Paul Bierny)--47.4, 48.1
  • Arizona Inn (Will Conroy)--45.1, 46.2, 49.4
  • Arizona State University (Jewell Parker Rhodes)--89.12
  • Arizona State University. Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing (Jaime Dempsey, Charles Jensen, Jewell Parker Rhodes)--42.6
  • Armstrong Senior High School (Plymouth, Mn.) (Dawn Hill and students)--39.5
  • Ars Interpres Publications (Vladimir Gandelsman, Grigory Starikovsky)--37.3
  • Art Center Design Conference (Chee Pearlman)--43.5
  • Art for Amnesty (Bill Shipsey)--52.6
  • Artforum--55.12
  • Arthur (television program)--50.2
  • Artley, Frances J.--36.3
  • Arts Council of Orange County (John Curry)--32.3
  • Ashbury, John--35.2, 40.1 (to Kadmus Review)
  • Asilomar (Ruth Nathan)--39.1
  • Asistores, Jason--52.3
  • Aspen Institute (Walter Isaacson)--43.5
  • Aspen Institute. Aspen Ideas Festival (Kitty Boone, Elliot Gerson)--45.1
  • Association of Literary Scholars and Critics (Chris Clark)--48.1
  • Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education (Michael A. Gerber)--42.6
  • Atlanta Review (Dan Veach)--46.3
  • Atlantic (Linda Gregerson)--30.5, 31.6
  • Atlantic Monthly (David Barber, Peter Davison, John Holkeboer, Jackie Wells, William Whitworth) --31.8, 32.3, 33.2, 34.2, 35.1-2, 39.4, 41.1, 42.6, 46.3
  • Atlas Books (James Atlas, Samhita Jayanti)--39.4
  • Attitude Art--30.5
  • Auchard, Betty--37.3
  • Audible (Donald Katz)--52.3
  • Augusta State University (Debbie van Tuyll)--48.1
  • Augustin, Michael, 1953- --37.3
  • Austen Riggs Center (M. Gerard Fromm)--43.5
  • Associated Writing Programs. Award Series and AWP Benefit Reading Series (Brian Desmond)--30.5, 31.8
  • Association of Writers & Writing Programs (Christian Teresi)--48.1; see also Associated Writing Programs
  • Auckland Writers and Readers Festival (Brian Boyd)--50.2
  • Babbitt, Sarah--77.5
  • Bacarella, Flavia (to Diane Olbright)--31.1
  • Bachman, Kathryn--39.4
  • Backner, Terry--43.5
  • Bailey-M_____, Lynne and Tim--36.3
  • Bain, Katherine--49.2
  • Bainbridge Island Arts and Humanities Council (Zon Eastes)--45.1
  • Baird, Ansie--42.6, 45.1
  • Baker, Nicole--39.4
  • Baker, Whitney--46.3
  • Balcárcel, Rebecca (Tarrant County College)--48.1
  • Balcom-Vetillo, Eileen--39.4
  • Balladier Press (Daniel Butler)--50.2
  • Bandura, Valerie--34.2
  • Baney, Pat--37.3
  • Bang, Mary Jo--37.3
  • Banker, Denise--45.1
  • Bannister, Gary--52.3
  • Bannon, Brendan--49.2
  • Bapst, Kristin--46.3
  • Barclay, Steven (Steven Barclay Agency) --26.18, 36.2, 40.4, 43.4, 48.5, 52.5 (to Random House), 52.6, 89.12
  • Barlow, Toby--48.1
  • Barnard College (Elizabeth Dalton)--32.5
  • Barnstone, Tony--51.4
  • Barr, John, 1943- --35.2, 41.1
  • Barrett, Joan--42.6, 43.5
  • Barrett Bookstore (Sheila Daley)--37.3
  • Barrington Writers Workshop (Jean Tolle)--35.2
  • Barrow Street (Lois Hirshkowitz, Deborah S. Starewich)--35.2
  • Barry, Bartholomew--37.3
  • Baruch College (Edward Regan)--37.3
  • Bascove--36.3 (illustrated)
  • Bass, Henry (Highland Park High School)--48.1
  • Bass, Kathryn T. S. (to Joseph Parisi)--38.5
  • Bass World (Madeleine Crouch)--37.3
  • Bat City Review (D. Antwan Stewart)--42.6, 43.5
  • Bates, Gloria Banos--49.2
  • Batt, Matthew C.--50.4
  • Bauserman, Deborah N.--92.7
  • Bautista, E. L.--51.4
  • Bayh, Kitty--35.2
  • Baym, Nina (Norton Anthology of American Literature)--45.1
  • Beach, Judi (Skidmore College)--36.4
  • Beacon Press (Amy Caldwell, Joan Murray)--36.2 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 37.3
  • Beals, Ellen Wade--45.1
  • Beardsley, Jimmie--52.3
  • Beasley, Katherine Crosswhite--46.3
  • Beattie, Ann--49.2
  • Beattie, Cris--31.8
  • Beatty, Heather--51.4
  • Beaver, Danielle (Meadow Pond School)--42.6
  • Bebelaar, Judy--45.1
  • Beckman, Elsa--48.1
  • Beckmann, Bryce (Roswell High School)--45.1
  • Bedford/St. Martin's (Firm) (Sue Brekka, Liz Gehrlein, Christina Gerogiannis, Kalina Ingham Hintz)--42.6, 48.1, 49.1 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 49.4 (to Michael Meyer), 50.1 (to University of Pittsburgh Press)
  • Bednar, Carol--49.2
  • Beilfuss, Michael--37.3
  • Beldock Levine & Hoffman (Joan Pattarozzi to Steven Barclay Agency)--48.1
  • Beliefnet.com (Laura Sheahen to University of Pittsburgh Press)--36.2
  • Bell, Bryan H.--41.1
  • Bell, James F.--35.2, 36.3
  • Bellack, Dan (Wiley Publications)--49.1(to University of Pittsburgh Press)
  • Bellamy, Annette--42.6
  • Beloit College (David Burrows)--89.12
  • Benedict, Jordan--48.1
  • Benjamin, Krista--see Lukas, Krista
  • Bennett, Jessica--43.5
  • Bennett, Saul--34.2
  • Bennett, Shelley--28.8, 28.11, 29.3, 53.2
  • Benson, Clea--47.4
  • Benson, Emily J.--48.1
  • Bergen, Jessica--48.1
  • Berger, Margi--31.8, 32.3, 32.5
  • Bergman, Natalie S.--51.4
  • Bergman, Susan, 1957-2006 (PreviewPort.com)--37.3
  • Bergmann, Eugene B.--39.4
  • Berkedal, Ashley--49.2
  • Berkeley Poetry Review (Joe Knowles)--7.7, 32.5
  • Berlandt, Herman--35.2
  • Berlin High School (Berlin, N.H.) (Heather Piche)--41.5
  • Berman, David, 1967- --34.2
  • Berne, Henry--34.2
  • Berne, Suzanne--51.4
  • Berner, Elinor ("Ellie") (re. George Carlin)--48.1
  • Bernstein, Maya--37.3
  • Bernstein, Norman J.--37.3
  • Bernstein, Stephen--34.2, 37.1
  • Berntsen, Karen Kornblum--46.3
  • Berres, Jeannie (to Garrison Keillor)--32.7
  • Berris, Sandra--33.1
  • Berthoff, Ann--32.3, 32.4 (to Frank Buxton and Cynthia Sears)
  • Berthoff, Warner--31.8, 32.3, 36.3, 37.2-3, 48.1, 50.2, 51.4, 52.3
  • Berthold, Dennis--50.2
  • Best American Poetry (Elizabeth Powers Howort, David Lehman)--1.36, 27.4, 34.2, 35.2, 37.3, 45.1, 48.1, 49.2, 51.4, 56.3
  • Beverley Literature Festival (John Clarke)--41.1
  • Bexley Education Foundation. Bexley Community Book Club (Linda S. Kass)--49.2, 50.2
  • Beyer, Marilyn--37.2
  • Bezet, Malori--52.3
  • Bibby, Patricia Calhoun--36.4
  • Bicknell, Mary--37.3
  • Biem, Shanti--37.3
  • Big Sky Journal (Megan Ault to University of Pittsburgh Press)--36.2
  • Bigley, Robert ("Bob")--48.1
  • Bihn, Jeannette (to Poetry)--32.4
  • Bihuniak, Wendy--37.3
  • Bilgere, George, 1951- (John Carroll University)--35.2, 46.3, 52.3, 54.6, 93.4
  • Billingsly, Frank--37.1
  • Bishop, Brianne--77.5
  • Bishop, Caitlyn--39.4
  • Black, Hillel--41.1
  • Black, Shirley--39.4
  • Black Dirt (Pat Parks)--33.2
  • Black Hills State University (David A. Salomon)--37.3
  • Black Warrior Review (Anthony Caleshu, Christopher Chambers, Amber Vogel, Jeff Mock, Mindy Wilson)--7.7, 30.5-6, 32.5, 33.2, 46.3
  • Blackaby, Susan--50.2
  • Blackbird (Elizabeth Cooper)--35.2
  • Blair, Teri (Poetry and Meditation Group)--48.1
  • Blake, H. Emerson ("Chip") (Orion Magazine)--43.5
  • Blanco, Richard--77.5
  • Blanco, Walter--30.3, 30.8, 52,4, 89.8
  • Blankenship, Gerald--37.3
  • Bliumis-Dunn, Sally--37.2
  • Blonder, Alex--51.4
  • Bloodaxe Books (Neil Astley)--51.4
  • Bloodworth, Robert W. ("Bob") (Coker College)--45.1
  • Bloomberg, Michael--39.4
  • Bloomsbury Children's Books (Victoria Wells Arms to Sterling Lord Literistic)--35.2
  • Bloomsbury (Firm) (Kathy Belden re. Kevin Young)--48.1
  • Blumberg, Jesse--46.3
  • Blue Ocean Institute (Mercédès Lee, Julie Pareles, Carl Safina)--43.5, 45.1, 46.3
  • Bly, Robert--33.2, 34.2
  • Blythe, Anne--52.3
  • Bodinger, Hilda--33.2
  • Boeing Company (Judith A. Muhlberg)--37.3
  • Bogen, Deborah, 1950- --37.3
  • Bogen, Laurel Ann--33.2
  • Bogen, Tonia--9.2
  • Bogle, Jon--34.2
  • Boise State University. Writers & Readers Rendezvous (Catherine Harris)--36.4
  • Boisseau, Michelle (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--34.1
  • Bonfiglio, Joe--36.5
  • Bonney, Barbara B--45.1
  • Bookforum (Eric Banks)--45.1, 55.12, osf 3
  • Bookloft (Evelyn Wilska)--34.2
  • Booth-Forbes, Sue--51.4
  • Borck, Mary (re. Jim Springer Borck)--45.1
  • Borders Books & Music (Washington, D. C.) (Mary Ann Brownlow)--37.3
  • Borges, Millicent C.--37.3
  • Bornstein, Rita (Rollins College)--46.3
  • Bosselaar, Laure-Anne--32.6
  • Boston Latin School (students)--52.3
  • Botwinick, Jan--48.1
  • Boulevard (Richard Burgin, Doug Hagley)--1.7, 5.10, 30.6, 33.2, 41.1, 48.1, 51.4
  • Bovie, Palmer--32.3
  • Boy Scouts of America. Troop 150 (York, Penn.) (Don Dreisbach)--45.1
  • Boyle, Karen Echard--37.3
  • Boynton/Cook Publishers (Florence Grossman)--30.4
  • Boys' Club of New York (Brad Zervas)--42.6
  • Bozell (Hillary Frileck)--39.4
  • Brady, Michael (Brother Clement)
  • Brady, Robert ("Bob") and Susan Brady Doukas--36.5
  • Bramkamp, Maura Alia--33.2
  • Brandes, Beth--32.3, 35.1
  • Bratten, Elizabeth S.--37.3
  • Brautigam, Mary--41.1
  • Brautigan, Ianthe--50.2
  • Brehm, John--32.5
  • Brennan, Scott--52.3
  • Brentwood School (Los Angeles) (Charlotte Innes)--71.7
  • Bressi, Betty--37.3
  • Brewer, Gaylord--36.5
  • Breyer, Charles R.--43.5
  • Breyer, Stephen G., 1938- --45.1
  • Brigham Young University (Susan Howe)--46.3, 51.1
  • Bright, Jessie--45.1
  • Brighton Press (Kathi George)--35.2, 41.2
  • Brilliant Corners (Sascha Feinstein)--7.7, 32.5, 43.5, 45.1
  • Brimberg, Arthur D.--37.2
  • Brisbane Writers Festival (Rosemary Cameron)--39.4
  • British Broadcasting Corporation (Ann Kelly)--35.2
  • Broach Lyn Marie--39.4
  • Broadmoor (Hotel: Colorado Springs, Colo.) (Cathy Matthews)--46.3
  • Broadsider (Paul Fericano)--49.2
  • Broadstone Books (Larry W. Moore)--52.3
  • Brobrow, Laura J.--31.3
  • Broderick, Colin--39.4, 49.2, 51.4
  • Brondy, Margaret--37.2, 42.6
  • Bronx Community College. Irish Heritage Committee (Stephen O'Neill)--37.3
  • Bronx County Historical Society (Gary D. Hermalyn)--39.4
  • Bronx Writers Series (Elizabeth Bassford)--39.4
  • Bronxville Poetry Club--33.2
  • Brook (Club)--44.2
  • Brookdale Community College (Tim Burke)--41.1
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music--47.3
  • Brooklyn Public Library (Bob Hershon)--45.1
  • Brooks, Jim--37.3
  • Brooks, R. A.--64.3
  • Brooks, Scott A.--49.2 (to Katonah Poetry Series), 50.2, 52.3 (to Katonah Poetry Series)
  • Brophy, Katie--39.4
  • Brophy, Kevin--32.5
  • Brothers, Nancy--50.2
  • Brown, David--52.3
  • Brown, Eric Edward--51.4
  • Brown, Inge--50.2
  • Brown, Jeff (PBS NewsHour)--50.2, 51.4
  • Brown, Kurt--32.5, 42.6
  • Brown, Megan--49.2
  • Brown, Willie L. (Willie Lewis), Jr., 1934- --35.2 (to Herman Berlandt)
  • Brown, Sarah (College of the Holy Cross)--48.1
  • Brown, Steven--43.5
  • Browning Society (Carol Kushner)--35.2
  • Bruner, Barbara Temple--39.4
  • Brunet, David P., 1947- --50.2
  • Brunswick Central Schools (Gwen Schwarz)--35.2
  • Bryn Mawr. Creative Writing Program (Margaret Holley)--33.2
  • Buchsbaum, David--77.5
  • Bucknell Poetry Festival--see West Branch
  • Buhr, Deanna--46.3
  • Bujon de l'Estang, François---37.3
  • Burch, Jennifer--34.2
  • Burden, Susan–42.6
  • Burke, Lauren--45.1
  • Burke, Tim (Brookdale Community College)--37.3, 52.5
  • Burnett, Jacqueline Rose--50.2
  • Burnham, Sophy--37.3
  • Burns, Elizabeth, 1959- --37.3
  • Burns, Suzanne, 1973- --37.3
  • Burnside, John--39.4
  • Burroughs, Carmen--49.2
  • Burroway, Janet--43.5
  • Burrows, Michael--51.4
  • Bush, John (Word Works Network)--37.3, 38.4
  • Bush, Laura Welch, 1946- --37.3, 39.4, 53.6
  • Butler, Jason--49.2
  • Butler, Lynn Hyman, 1953- --37.1
  • Butler, Sam, 1990- --52.3
  • Buxton, Frank--49.2
  • Buxton, Frank and Cynthia Sears Buxton--31.6; see also Sears, Cynthia
  • Buyon, Julie--81.2
  • Byer, Kathryn Stripling-34.2
  • Byrne, John--50.2
  • Byrne, O'Donell, Scully (Tom Byrne)--64.3
  • Cadmus Editions (Jeffrey Miller) --30.4
  • Caglioti, Victor, 1935- --37.4
  • Cahill, Chris, Ada, Oona, and Ciaran--45.1
  • Calabro Voss, Linda--43.5
  • Caldwell College (Sister Elizabeth Michael)--35.2
  • Calhoun, Chris ("Bootilla") (Chris Calhoun Agency, The Nation, Sterling Lord Literistic)--5.10, 26.15, 30.5 (to University of Arkansas Press and Poetry), 30.7-8, 31.7 (to William Morrow), 32.2 (also to John Hopkins University Press), 32.5, 33.2 (also to Carnegie Mellon University Press and Harper's Magazine), 34.5 (to Random House), 35.2, 36.1, 37.4, 38.5, 39.1 (to Random House), 41.1,43.4, 48.1, 50.2, 51.4, 52.3 (also to Rollins College)
  • Calhoun, Eleanor--37.2
  • California State University Long Beach University Press (Simeon J. Crowther)--31.6, 32.1, 37.4
  • Callahan, Edward F. (College of the Holy Cross)--35.2, 41.1, 45.1, 46.3
  • Callaloo (Charles H. Rowell)--30.5
  • Callen, Cathy (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--47.4
  • Callis, Michael--49.5
  • Calonius, Erik--49.2, 50.2, 56.3
  • Calvert, Ann--37.3
  • Cambridge Public Library (Cambridge, Mass.) (Carle Feeney Withrow)--48.1
  • Cambridge School (Carol Wertheimer)--37.4
  • Campbell, Clinton B.--43.5, 56.2
  • Campbell, Eileen--45.1
  • Campbell, Mary B., 1954- --35.2
  • Campbell, Susan--43.5
  • Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (Lawrie Carruthers)--35.1
  • Candace Perich Gallery--32.5
  • Canford School Library (Sue Ahern)--35.2
  • Cannon, Maureen (The Bards)--37.4
  • Capital Generation Partners (Lugina McConnell to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.1
  • Caplan, Gale Rasin--33.2, 34.2
  • Capps, Donald (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--47.4
  • Caramoor (Michael Barrett)--46.3
  • Carden, Scott--42.6
  • Cardona, Hèléne--45.1
  • Caregifted (Heather McHugh)--51.4
  • Carew, Jessica--48.1
  • Carew, Susan K.--33.2
  • Carey, Dan--50.2
  • Carey, Elea--46.3, 51.4
  • Carley, James--37.4
  • Carling, Robert--46.3
  • Carlsen, Wendy Vergoz--37.4
  • Carlson, Elizabeth--34.2
  • Carlson, Loma--50.2
  • Carmel, Israel--46.3
  • Carnegie Mellon University Press (Gerald Costanzo, Jim Daniels)--33.2, 34.2
  • Carnohan, Michael Casey--41.1
  • Carolina Quarterly (Carrie Blackstock, Amber Vogel)--32.1
  • Carollo, Enzo--45.1
  • Carriger, Michael P.--38.5
  • Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart (Robbie Rand)--48.1
  • Carson, Barbara H.--50.2
  • Carson, L. M. (Lewis Minor) ("Kit")--4.21, 23.2-3, 28.7, 28.11, 29.1, 52.3, 62.7
  • Cartoon, Ben--41.1
  • Caruso, Michael--50.2
  • Carver Center for Arts and Technology (Bonny Boto)--45.1
  • Casablanca American School (John Wensman)--35.1
  • Case, David--31.3
  • Casey, Bonnie-Jeanne--34.2
  • Casey, John K.--39.1
  • Casey-Vinett, Susan--46.3
  • Cash, Phyllis--37.1
  • Cassidy, Catharine Clay ("Lady Silly Pussy" "Kate")--29.5, 29.7, 29.9, 33.1, 33.2, 35.1
  • Castilleja School (Joan Z. Lonergan, Jeannine Marston, Natalie Shell, and students)--49.2
  • Catamaran Literary Reader (Catherine Segurson)--52.3
  • Cathedral of St. John the Divine (New York, N.Y.). The Poets' Corner (James A. Kowalski, Charles Martin, Molly Peacock)--39.6, 42.6, 48.1
  • CavanKerry Press (Joan Cusack Handler)--35.2, 45.1
  • CBS Evening News (television program) (Fabienne Anstey)--39.6
  • Cedar Hill Publications--37.4
  • Cenedella, Robert and Liz--30.1 (to Mike), 30.2
  • Cengage Learning (Stacey Mancuso to University of Pittsburgh Press)--50.1
  • Center for Book Arts (Sharon Dolin)--35.2
  • Center for Teaching and Learning (Edgecomb, Maine)--37.4
  • Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA (Meryl Friedman)--51.4
  • Cerasoli, Gwen--48.1
  • Chambers Bay (University Place, Wash.)--see Jones, Robert Trent
  • Chamberlin, Katrina--33.2
  • Chan, Alice-- 28.7
  • Chapin, Mary (to Steven Barclay)--35.1
  • Chaplin, Jerri and Peter Herman--36.5
  • Chapman, David--51.4
  • Chappaqua Library (Joan Kuhn)--33.2
  • Charach, Ron--45.1
  • Charis, Ana Eliyah--41.1
  • Charles Olson Society (Peter Anastas, Henry Ferrini)--39.6
  • Charleston School of the Arts (John Cusatis)--56.3
  • Chase, Karen, 1943- --35.2, 36.3
  • Chase, Linda, 1941- --35.2, 46.3
  • Chautauqua Institution (Sherra Babcock)--51.4, 52.3 (to Paul Simon)
  • Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle League of the Round Table of Kokomo, Indiana (Peg Snyder)--51.4
  • Chaya Literary Journal (Chloe Martinez and Edward Thrope)--41.1
  • Checkerboard Film Foundation (Katrina Cary, Edgar B. Howard)--39.6 (also to Colleen and James J. Burns), 41.1
  • Cheiffetz, Julia--76.12
  • Chelpka, Samuel--49.2
  • Chelsea (Richard Foerster, David Lehman)--5.10, 31.7, 34.2
  • Chenier, Janet--46.3
  • Chez Panisse Foundation (Alice Waters)--45.1, 48.1, 66.4
  • Chicago Humanities Festival--48.1
  • Chicago (Ill.). Department of Cultural Affairs (Valenine Judge re. Studs Terkel)--37.4
  • Chicago Review (David Nicholls, Angela Sorby)--5.10, 31.6, 32.1, 32.3
  • Children's Hospital & Research Center Oakland (Oakland, Calif.) (Bertram Lubin)--52.3
  • Children's Hospital at Montefiore (Maura Byrnes)--39.6
  • Chlumecky, Elisabeth--48.1
  • Choate Rosemary Hall (Anne _____, Stephen Farrell, Edward J. Shanahan, David Webb)--24.3, 34.2, 35.1-2, 42.6
  • Choice Magazine Listening (Lois Miller)--32.1, 32.6
  • Chris Calhoun Agency (Chris Calhoun, Danielle Lanzet) --33.2, 51.4, 52.3
  • Christensen, Dan--31.2, 37.4, 41.1, 45.1
  • Christian, Francis, 1961- --37.4
  • Christophersen, Bill--34.2
  • Chubb-Confer, Francesca--37.4
  • Cimarron Review (Dinah Cox)--49.2
  • Cincala, Todd Christopher--46.3, 92.10
  • Cincinnati Review (Don Bogen, Robert Murdock)--42.6
  • Cipullo, Tom--32.5 (to Sterling Lord Literistic), 35.1, 37.4, 41.1, 42.6
  • Circle of Blue (J. Carl Ganger)--45.1
  • Circumference (Stefania Heim, Jennifer Kronover)--46.3
  • Citino, David--35.2
  • City University of New York Board of Trustees and Chancellor--31.6
  • City University of New York Chancellor (Matthew Goldstein)--35.2
  • City University of New York. City College (William Matthews Memorial Reading Series) (Pamela Gillespie)--37.4
  • City University of New York. College Foundations--45.1
  • City University of New York Graduate Center Programs in English, Urban Ed, and Technology (George Otte)--89.11
  • City University of New York Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs (Louise Mirrer)--35.2, 37.4, 89.11
  • City University of New York Institute for Irish American Studies (Thomas W. Ihde, James P. Murphy)--89.11, 41.1, 45.1
  • City University of New York. Office of Academic Affairs (Spiro D. Alexandrotos)--35.2, 36.2
  • City University of New York Office of University Relations (Jay Hershenson)--53.6
  • City University of New York. University Committee on Research Awards (Alvin Halpern)--34.2
  • Ciulla, Laurie--51.4
  • Civic Center Synagogue Reading Series (Martha Rhodes, to Brooke Weise)--32.4
  • Claeson, Stewe, 1942- --46.3
  • Clamp Down Press (Joshua Bodwell)--35.2
  • Claremont Graduate School. Kingsley Tufts Poetry Awards Selection Committee (Robert Klitgaard, Marc Redfield)--5.10, 45.1
  • Clark, Louise K.--51.4
  • Clark, Tom, 1941- --46.3
  • Clarvoe, Jennifer--33.1
  • Claverack Library (Debby Mayer)--32.5
  • Clay, Clim--52.3
  • Clay, Elly--34.2
  • Clay, George R. ("Geo")--29.8, 31.2, 33.2, 35.2, 39.6
  • Clay, Langdon--29.7, 29.9, 30.2, 30.8, 31.4 (to Katharine Collins), 51.4, 53.2
  • Clay, Maude Schuyler--29.7-9, 30.1-2, 31.2, 31.4 (to Katharine Collins), 33.2, 39.6, 46.3, 53.2
  • Clay, Sarah--29.7
  • Clay Middle School (Carmel, Indiana)--48.1
  • Clayton Opera House (Bob Purcell)--37.4
  • Cleary, Suzanne--36.5, 39.6, 41.1, 50.2, 51.4
  • Clearwater Project (Shani Gianis)--39.2
  • Cleghorn, Cassandra--34.2
  • Clewell, David, 1955- --36.4
  • Clifden Community Arts Week (Brendan Flynn)--37.4
  • Clinton, Hillary Rodham--45.1, 53.6
  • Close, Mary--51.4
  • Coady, Roxanne J.--43.5
  • Coastal Carolina University (Randall A. Wells)--37.4
  • Coates, Shirley--39.6
  • Coffee House Press (Chris Fischbach)--42.6, 45.1
  • Coffey, Michael, 1954- --33.2
  • Coffey, Miranda--37.4
  • Coffman, Lisa--34.2
  • Colberg, Jonathan (D. W. Daniel High School)--45.1
  • Colbert Report (television show) (Stephen Colbert)--52.3
  • Cole-Patch, Nancy--37.4
  • College Club (Ridgewood, N. J.) (Barbara McCooe)--39.6, 45.1
  • College Entrance Examination Board (Danell Jones)--41.1
  • College of Charleston (Carol Ann Davis)--48.1
  • College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, Mass.) (Charles D._____, John E. Brooks, Philip L. Boroughs, Edward F. Callahan, Bob Cording, Robert F. Gleckner, Dennis C. "Denny" Golden, Paul Harman, Pat McCarthy, Hugh B. McCormick, Michael C. McFarland)--4.20, 33.2 (re. H. Kevin Donaghy), 35.2, 37.2, 37.4, 41.1, 50.2, 51.4, 52.3
  • Collier, _____--46.3
  • Collier, Cynthia (“Cousin”)--51.4, 52.3
  • Collins, Diane Olbright--see Olbright, Diane
  • Collins, Joseph--48.1
  • Collins, Judy, 1939- --49.2
  • Collins, Katharine ("Kay")--28.9, 28.11, 29.1, 29.3, 31.1, 31.4, 31.8, 32.3 (also to Ann Berthoff), 58.4, 59.1, 59.3, 59.6
  • Collins, Martha, 1940- --49.2
  • Collins, Shannon D. -37.4
  • Collins, T. -37.4
  • Collins, William--23.2, 23.4, 28.9, 28.11, 29.1, 31.1, 58.4, 59.1, 59.3
  • Collins, William S. ("Bill") and Barbara--36.3, 51.4
  • Collinson, Ruthanne--46.3
  • Collum, Leo--41.1
  • Colony Club (New York, N.Y.) (Helen Houghton)--43.5
  • Colorado Center for the Book (Christiane H. Citron)--37.4, 39.6
  • Colorado College (Lauren Aczon)--49.2
  • Columbia University (Kenneth _____, John J. Howard)--31.8, 37.4
  • Columbia University Press (Peter Dimock)--43.5
  • Commoner Press (Michael Carroll)--34.2
  • Concert for America (John Miller-Monzon, Farrell Roth)--39.1
  • Conesa-Bostock, Christiane--49.2
  • Conewago Valley School District (John H. Spangler)--39.6
  • Congdon, Kirby--48.1
  • Connell, Linda--34.2
  • Conroy, Will--45.1, 46.2
  • Constantine, Nicole--50.2
  • Contemporary Authors (Denay L. Wilding)--37.4
  • Cook, Brian--51.4
  • Cool Springs Press (Hank McBride)--42.6
  • Cooper, Dennis, 1953- --29.5
  • Copleman, Ralph (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--34.6
  • Copper Canyon Press (Heather McHugh)--34.2
  • Corcoran Gallery of Art (Jonathan Binstock, Stacey Schmidt)--26.4, 37.4
  • Cornish, Mary, 1948- --43.5
  • Cortes, Nic O.--41.1
  • Cortland Review (Guy Shahar, J. M. Spalding)--34.2
  • Cosgrove, Daniel ("Cos")--35.2
  • Cosgrove Middle School Band (Marcia Bornhurst Parkes)--37.4
  • Cosmopolitan Club (New York, N.Y.)--41.1
  • Cosmos Club (Washington, D. C.) (Robert E. Barnett)--35.2
  • Costanzo, Gerald--49.2
  • Coughlin, Joe--52.3
  • Coulombe, Audra--49.2
  • Court, Wesli--see Turco, Lewis
  • Courtauld Institute Galleries (Sarah Blaine)--5.10
  • Courtland Review (Ginger Murchison)--77.5
  • Cowan, Kate--51.4
  • Coveny, Kelly--45.1
  • Coykendall, Coe--50.2
  • Coyne, Kevin--32.5
  • Cox, Elizabeth--45.1
  • Cox, John (to Hope College)--32.3
  • Cox, Mary Louise (Mamaroneck Council on the Arts)--35.2, 49.5
  • Crab Orchard Review (Allison Joseph)--7.7, 33.1, 34.2
  • Craft, Kevin--33.1, 34.2
  • Cranston, Sally--37.4
  • Crary, Rick--35.2
  • Crazyhorse (Ralph Burns, Garrett Doherty, Zabelle Stodola)--5.10, 31.6, 31.8, 32.2-3, 32.5, 43.5, 46.3, 49.2
  • Cream City Review (Brent Gohde)--35.2
  • Creative Graphics, Inc. (Karen Benyo)--8.6
  • Crisis (Bill Baer)--37.4
  • Crooker, Barbara, 1945- --32.1
  • Crosscurrents: A Quarterly (Linda Brown Michelson)--30.4
  • Crossroads School (Justine Chaney)--37.4
  • Croton Review--30.4
  • Crowd! (Aimee Kelley)--37.4
  • Crown Publishing Group (Juleyka Lantigua)--26.27
  • Cruz, Nathaniel--37.4
  • Cult (Flávia Rocha)–71.5
  • Cumberland College (Tom Frazier)--41.1
  • Cummins, Fred (Foothills Congregational Church)--49.2
  • Cunningham, Chris (Lawrenceville School)--37.4
  • CUNY Matters (Anne A. Paolucci)--33.2, osf 13
  • CUNY TV (Mac Barrett)--51.4
  • Cure, Paul--35.2
  • Curran-Hacker, Mary Cathleen--45.1
  • Curriculum Study Commission (Ruth Nathan)--39.1
  • Currie, John K.--42.6, 43.5 (to Oscar R. Lubow)
  • Curry, John J. --33.2, 34.2
  • Cutler, David (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--43.4
  • Cuyahoga County Public Library Foundation (Sari Feldman)--50.2
  • Dakin, William--43.6
  • Dallas, Robynne--39.6
  • Daly, _____,--37.1, 51.4
  • D'Amato, Alfonse (N.Y. Senator)--30.5
  • D'Amato, Paola--see Wilson, Carol A.
  • Damrosch, Anne--50.3
  • Daniel, Hal J.--39.6
  • Daniels, Anne--49.2
  • Daniels, Jim, 1956- --35.1, 37.5, 43.6
  • Danowsky, Mark--52.4
  • Danzig, Riva (to Mardi Valgemäe)--33.1
  • D'Apice, Raquel--48.2
  • Darr, Elizabeth R.--45.2
  • Daryl Roth Productions (Daryl Roth, Mark St. Germain)--46.4, 48.2, 49.2
  • Das, Manoranjan, 1923-2013--37.5, 39.6, 50.3
  • Daschle, Thomas--37.5
  • Daub, Christina ("Tina")--32.5, 32.7
  • Davidhoff, Heidi--33.3, 37.2, 45.2
  • Davidson, Mary V.--33.3, 37.5, 39.6
  • Davies & Son--29.5, 30.3
  • Davis, Bradley (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--51.1
  • Davis, Carol Ann--51.4
  • Davis, Cortney--42.6
  • Davis, Dee Kohanna--34.3
  • Davis, Joy L. (Joy Davis Seminars)--49.2, 50.3, 51.4
  • Davis, Matt--43.6
  • Davis, Nel--49.2
  • Davis, Roland--37.5
  • Davoren Hanna Poetry Competition (Cian Cafferky)--37.5
  • Dawes, _____--31.8
  • Day, Lucille Lang--37.4-5
  • De Harven, Sally--33.3, 35.2, 37.5, 40.1, 43.6
  • De Harven, Vanessa--36.4
  • De Jonge, Peter--37.1
  • De Primo, _____--46.4
  • De Salvo, Steven--41.2, 42.6
  • Dean, Ryan--46.4
  • Dearsley, Marilyn--46.4
  • Debritto, Abel--93.6
  • Deen, Wilma--37.2
  • Defieux, Erin--33.3, 37.5
  • Defined Providence (Gary J. Whitehead)--32.3
  • Degher, Darius--52.4
  • Delbanco, Andrew, 1952- --37.5
  • Delcour, Eric--77.5
  • Delmonico, Betsy--48.2
  • Delton, Judy--33.3
  • Dembert, Mark L.--33.3
  • Deming, Kristen--48.2
  • Dempsey, Margaret Reyes (to Linda Dunlap)--52.4
  • Dennis, Carl--32.5
  • D'Entremont, Nicole--39.6
  • Denver Art Museum (Adam J. Lerner)--41.1
  • Denver Center Media (The 111th Hour) (Richard D. Lamm, Samuel A. Sefarian)--39.6
  • Des Moines National Poetry Festival (Ginger Kuhl)--37.5
  • Desht, Martin--48.2
  • Desjardins, Dana--37.5
  • Deutsch, Harry--38.2
  • Deutsch, L. Peter--37.5
  • Deveaux, Faith--33.3
  • Dews, Carlos--51.4
  • Dexter, Hope--37.5
  • Di Piazza, Melody--39.6
  • Dial Books for Young Readers (Nancy Mercado)--39.6
  • Diane Rehm Show (Susan Nabors)--51.4
  • Dickinson Homestead (Cindy Dickinson)--39.6
  • Diesenhof, Michael--46.4
  • Dillard, Amy--50.3
  • DiMedio, Steve--77.5
  • Dineen, Kevin--35.1
  • Dingman, Chris--52.4
  • Dingwall, Leigh--42.6
  • Dissard, Marianne, 1969- --45.2
  • Dixon, Patrick S.--41.2
  • DK Research, Inc. (Diane Kraut)--39.6
  • Dogwood Fine Arts Festival (Rich Frantz)--41.2
  • Doherty, Paul--37.1
  • Dolch, Jessie--37.5
  • Dominican College (Germaine Arginteanu, Beryl Herdt)--37.5, 43.6
  • Donovan, Holly--43.6
  • Dorris, Bill (Dublin City University)--46.4
  • Dorsey, Emma--43.6
  • Doubleday & Company, Inc. (William J. Thomas)--49.2
  • Doubletake (Andrew Krivak, Albert LaFarge, Elixabeth "Liz" Phillips)--7.7, 32.3, 33.3, 35.1-2, osf 4
  • Douglas Drake Gallery--32.3
  • Doyle-Murray, Brian--49.2
  • Downing, Brianne M.--37.4
  • Drake, William ("Billy") and JoAnn ("Juanita")--37.1
  • Dredge, Karen--39.6
  • Drew, Rose--50.3
  • Driscoll, Donna--37.2
  • Driscoll, John--46.4
  • Dubler, _____,--28.9
  • Dudley, Cheryl A.--45.2
  • Duemer, Joseph--31.6, 32.1, 32.3
  • Duffy, Carol Ann--52.4
  • Duffy, Margaret A. ("Maggie")--42.6
  • Duhamel, Denise--32.1, 32.3
  • Duke, Isabel--39.6
  • Duncanson, Joann Snow, 1930- --46.4
  • Dunlap, Linda L.--52.4
  • Dunn, Lauren--43.6
  • Dunn, Stephen, 1939- --33.3, 34.3, 35.1
  • Durkin, Robert--46.4
  • Durrant, Ros--39.6
  • Dwyer, Helene--45.2
  • Dyer, Geoff--52.4
  • Dyer-Ives Foundation (Christine Stephens)--43.6
  • Dylan Thomas Centre (David Woolley)--39.6
  • Dyson, David ("Dave") and Sheila--36.3
  • Dyson, Diane--30.3
  • Dzúr, Martin, 1981- --50.1
  • Eagle Harbor Book Co. (Mary G_____)--39.6, 45.2
  • Eagleton, Richard J.--43.6, 45.2
  • Earle, Bob--39.6
  • Earth Day Network (Denis Hayes, Kathleen Rogers)--49.3
  • East Hampton Library (Judith Hope to Chris Calhoun)--48.1
  • Eastern Middle School (Silver Spring, Md) (Annie Ropeik)--37.5
  • Eastman, Donald Roger, 1945- (Eckerd College)--46.4
  • Ebershoff, David (Random House)-- 5.4, 44.3, 47.2, 48.4, 51.6, 52.5
  • Ecco Press (Daniel Halpern)--50.3
  • Eckerd College (St. Petersburg, Florida) (Donald Roger Eastman)--46.4
  • Ecotone (Ben George, Joanna Mulder)--49.3, 51.5
  • Eddington, Patrick--45.2 (illustrated)
  • Edgemont Junior-Senior High School (William J. Smith)--37.5, 39.1 (to Daniel Sciarra)
  • Edgemont School District (Westchester County, N.Y.) (William Smith)--36.1
  • Edina Senior High School (Edina, Mn.) (Betsy Cussler)--39.6
  • EditWorks Consulting (Stephen T. Jordan for Laurie Kirszner and Stephen Mandell)--42.6
  • Educational Center (Sara McDonald to University of Pittsburgh Press)--34.6
  • Educational Leadership (Marge Scherer)--42.6
  • Educational Testing Service (Patricia Meier to University of Pittsburgh Press)--40.4
  • Edwin Arlington Robinson Poetry Festival (Casey Grant)--25.10
  • Egan, Moira, 1962- --52.4
  • Egremont School (Pittsfield, Ma.) (Beth Narvaez, Carol Stroll, and students)--41.2
  • Einbond, Bernard Lionel--33.3
  • Electrum (John Pilcher, Roger Suva)--30.4-5
  • Elgin Community College (Patrick Parks)--42.6
  • Elliot Bay Book Company (Rick Simonson)--50.3
  • Ellis, Carla Dee (Carla Ellis Clarke)--28.9, 28.11 (illustrated), 29.1
  • Elmer, Sherry--77.5
  • Elon College (Kevin Boyle)--34.3
  • Elovic, Barbara--32.1
  • Elsbach, Bart--49.3
  • EMC Paradigm Publishing (Chris Bohen)--35.1
  • Emerson, Ed--39.6
  • Emmanuel, Lenny--48.2
  • Emmons, Bonnie--46.4
  • En(compass) (Usha Akella)--42.6
  • Engle, Harold--39.6
  • Elsen, Patricia--33.3
  • Emory University. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (Christeene Fraser, Kevin Young)--51.5, 52.1
  • Endicott Booksellers (Melaine Fleishamn)--30.6
  • Enelow, James--32.3
  • Engdahl, Lee--34.3
  • Enitharmon Press (Stephen Stuart-Smith)--43.6
  • Enright, Beverley Rose--52.4
  • Epstein, Joseph, 1937- --43.6
  • Erdmann, Richard L. (re. David Erdmann)--52.4
  • Erdmann, Sue--52.4 (re. David Erdmann)
  • Eschenbrenner, Bob--46.4, 48.2
  • Escolar, Carlos--37.3
  • Escolar, Gayle--37.3
  • Estes, Jack--37.5
  • Esztergar, _____--28.11 (illustrated)
  • Evans, Mary Page, 1937- --48.2 (illustrated)
  • Evansville Review (Liz Leehy, Heath Tuley)--43.6, 50.3
  • Everyman's Library (Julie Wright to University of Pittsburgh Press)--44.3
  • Faber, Becky--48.2
  • Fabian, Mark--38.l
  • Fabrizi, Mark A.--43.6
  • Fagal, Janet--49.3
  • Fagan, Aaron, 1973- --35.2, 36.3, 41.2
  • Fairfield Woods Branch Library (Susan Radel)--38.1
  • Falguiere, Barbara--28.9, 28.11, 29.1
  • Falguiere, Joël--23.3, 28.9, 28.11, 29.1, 29.3, 57.2
  • Fair, Ngaire--39.6
  • Fancy, Julie--47.2
  • Farnham College (Richard Hayes)--32.5
  • Farnworth, Demian--49.3
  • Farrar, Straus & Giroux (Sarah Crichton, Jonathan Galassi, Denise Oswald)--25.29-30, 42.7, 45.2
  • Farrell, Kristin--41.2
  • Fatula, Meg--46.4
  • Fazi, Elido--51.5-6
  • Fearon, Robert ("Bob")--48.2
  • Featherstone Center for the Arts (Francine Kelly)--48.2
  • Fedin, Irina--45.2
  • Feiffer, Jules--48.4
  • Feile-Festa (Frank Polizzi)--45.2
  • Fellows, Jay--30.8
  • Felsch, Paul, III--38.l, 39.6
  • Fennelly, Beth Ann--70.4
  • Ferace, Alessandro--38.1
  • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence (to Herman Berlandt)--35.2
  • Fernández, Ricardo (Herbert. H. Lehman College)--38.3, 39.6, 41.1, 43.1, 43.6, 46.5, 51.5, 53.6, 89.11, 90.8
  • Ferraz, Maria Christina--52.4
  • Ferrer, Fernando, 1950- (President of the Borough of the Bronx)--37.2
  • Ferté, T. L.--34.3
  • Fetherston, Kate--43.6
  • Fetzer Institute (Rob Lehman)--39.6
  • The Fiddlehead (Fred Cogswell)--4.21
  • Fidorra, Kathrine P.--46.4
  • FIELD (Martha Collins, Stuart Friebert)--7.7, 30.5, 31.2, 31.6, 32.3, 32.5, 33.3
  • Field, Edward--35.2
  • Fine, Jack--32.3
  • Fineman, Kelly Flyer, Natasha--33.3, 34.3
  • Finkelstein, Eve--38.1
  • Finnegan, Paul (College of the Holy Cross)--4.20
  • Fireman, Sharyn--44.3
  • Fischer, Jack--45.2
  • Fischer, Patty--43.6
  • Fish, Diana S.--45.2
  • Fish Poetry Prize (Clem Cairns)--51.5
  • Fisher, Jean E.--35.2
  • Fishman, Mattis--49.3
  • Fites, Jeff--45.2, 48.2
  • Fitzgerald, Anne, 1965- --38.1
  • Fitzgerald, Edward, 1927- --33.4
  • Fitzgerald, Lauren--34.3, 37.1
  • Fitzgerald, Michael, 1955 June 11- --45.2
  • Fitzmaurice, Timothy J.--41.2
  • Fitzsimmons, Daniel R.--46.4
  • Five Points (David Bottoms, Megan Sexton)--7.7, 33.3, 34.3, 35.1, 38.1, 41.2, 46.4, 51.5
  • Flagg St. School (Worcester, Ma.) (Joan Gold, Celeste McPartland)--38.1
  • Flamm, Jeannette--52.4
  • Flanagan, Lisa--45.2
  • Flanigan, John--46.4
  • Flanigan, Susan W. (re. Pierce J. Flanigan, III)--46.4, 49.3
  • Fleck, Zoey--51.5
  • Fleishman, Melanie--39.6
  • Fleming, Holly--32.5
  • Fleming, James ("Jim")--36.4
  • Fletcher, David--46.4
  • The Florida Humanities (Scott Ward)--38.l
  • Florida Humanities Council (Margo S. Stringfield)--49.3
  • The Florida Review (Susan Fallows, Tom George, Mark Pursell, Terry Ann Thaxton)--30.4-5, 41.2, 46.4
  • Flyer, Natasha--33.3, 34.3
  • Flynn, Stefanie and Bryan--39.6
  • Folger Shakespeare Library (Teri Cross Davis, Saskia Hamilton)--32.5, 52.4
  • Folio (periodical, at American University)--5.10
  • Folsom, Ed--26.18
  • Fontbonne University (Jason Sommer)--48.2
  • Foothills School for the Arts and Sciences (Boise, Idaho) (Michael Steele and students)--41.2
  • Forde, Declan--46.4
  • Fordham University (Mark S. Massa)--43.6
  • Foreign Policy Association (Noel V. Lateef)--35.2
  • Formusa, Cathy--45.2
  • Forney, Jaqui--43.6
  • Forsyth, Lesleigh--37.1
  • Fort, John H.--38.1
  • Foundation of Abdulaziz Saud Al-Babtain--43.6
  • Foundation for Westchester Community College (Hedda Hendrix Edelbaum)--31.6
  • Four Seasons Hotel (Philadelphia) (Harry Gorstayn)--49.3
  • Fourth Estate (Nicholas Pearson)--39.6
  • Fowler, Lawrence S.--32.5
  • Fox Cities Book Festival (Leota Ester, Ellen Kort)--46.4
  • France, William N. ("Bill")--37.1
  • Frances Marion University (Bob Parham)--32.3
  • Francis, Barbara--34.3
  • Francis W. Parker School (Chicago, Ill.) (Zoc Sonnenberg)--52.4
  • Franciscan Spiritual Center (Aston, Penn.) (Andrea Likovich)--45.2
  • Frank, Sheila--39.6
  • Franklin, Tom (Wom-po)--38.1
  • Frazier, Jan--50.3
  • Frederick T. Courtright Permissions Company (Frederick T. Courtright to University of Pittsburgh Press)--35.2 (for Mary Esselman and Elizabeth Valdez), 36.2 (for The Academy of American Poets and for Harvest Books), 46.2 (for David Lehman), 49.1 (for Caroline Kennedy), 50.1 (for Carol Purington and Susan Todd and for Penguin Books
  • Free Lunch (Ron Offen)--3.8, 30.6, 31.2, 31.6, 32.1, 32.5, 34.3, 35.1, 36.4, 39.6, 46.4, 48.2
  • Freed, Barbara--41.2
  • Freedom Project (Julianne Crew, Alex Robson)--52.4
  • Freeman, Becky--38.l
  • French, Cosima--43.6
  • Frengel, Peter--77.5
  • Fresh Air with Terry Gross (Radio program) (Danny Miller, Roberta Shorrock)--34.3, 38.l
  • Fresno Poets' Association (Charles Hanzlicek)--34.3
  • Friend, Barbara--38.l
  • Friends of the Takoma Park Maryland Library (Merrill Leffler)--49.3
  • Frost, Nemi--37.2, 38.1
  • Frost, Richard, 1929- --51.5
  • Frost, Robert, 1874-1963 (to Whitney North Seymour)--52.6
  • Frothingham, Donald--50.3
  • Fry, Joan--31.6, 32.1
  • Fry, Sarah--43.6
  • Fry, Virgina M. ("Ginny")--50.3
  • Fulcrum (Philip Nikolayev)--38.4
  • Fulkerson, Christopher--46.4
  • Fulton, Alice, 1952- --39.6
  • Funeral Consumers Alliance (Sherry Swett)--46.4
  • Furman, Dorothy--36.4
  • Fury, Patrick--38.l
  • Fyfe, Anne-Marie--43.6
  • Gaess, Roger, 1943- --29.6
  • Gaffney, Jan--38.l
  • Gahl, Kathryn and Bob--46.5
  • Galassi, Jonathan (Academy of American Poets to Joel _____)--70.3
  • Galbraith, Judith--46.5
  • Gale, Kate--50.3
  • Gale Group--see Contemporary Authors
  • Galileo Press (Julia Wendell)--30.4
  • Gallagher, Michael--48.2
  • Gallimard (Firm) (Christelle Ysebaert)--43.6
  • Gallo, Bill--48.2
  • Galway Arts Centre--40.1
  • Gamalinda, Eric--33.3
  • Gandhi-Schwatlo, Nila--38.l
  • Gannon, Megan--34.3, 49.3
  • Garbett, Ann--37.1; see also North Carolina Poetry Society
  • Garcia, Carmen--45.2
  • Garden, Donna--38.l
  • Gardner, Brieghan--41.2
  • Garroway, Jill M.--42.7
  • Garvey, Jill--45.2
  • Garvey, Laura Meier--45.2
  • Garvey, Scott Anthony ("Tony")--45.2
  • Gastall, Danielle ("Danny")--38.l
  • Gatling, Cheryl Sue--41.2
  • Gault, Barry--38.l
  • Gavins, Joanna--51.5
  • Gayner, Jennifer--45.2, 46.5
  • Geagan, Claudia--48.2
  • Geddes, Gary--41.2
  • Geldard, Richard Gordon--34.3
  • George, Kathi (Brighton Press, DougRegelRome Editions)--35.2, 41.2
  • George Braziller, Inc. (Deirdre Mullane)--30.4
  • George Eastman House (Thomas H. Jackson)--51.5
  • George Lucas Educational Foundation--43.6
  • Georgetown University. Gallery 101 (Evan Reed)--41.2
  • Georgia Institute of Technology (Thomas Lux)--38.l, 41.2
  • Georgia Review (Stephen Corey, Annette Hatton, Stanley W. Lindberg, Charlotte W. Mealor)--7.7, 30.6, 32.1 (to James VanOosting), 32.3, 32.6, 34.3, 48.2, 50.3, 51.5
  • Georgiou, Elena (Hunter College)--34.3
  • Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation (Martin Farawell, David Grant, Rosemary Q. Yourtee)--3.67, 38.1, 50.3
  • Gerardi, Robert ("Bob")--38.l, 50.3
  • Gerber, Dan, 1940- --41.2, 42.7, 43.6
  • Gerber, Leslie (Parnassus Records)--49.3, 50.3, 51.5, 52.4
  • Germaine, Bob and Karla--48.2
  • Gettysburg Review (Emily Clarke, Peter Stitt)--5.10, 32.1, 32.3, 33.1, 33.3, 35.1, 40.1, 43.6, 48.2, 51.5
  • Giffords, Gabrielle D. (Gabrielle Dee), 1970- --50.3
  • Gifford, Prosser--38.l; see also Library of Congress
  • Gifford, Terry--38.l
  • Gilbert, David--50.3
  • Gillette, Jane--40.1
  • Gilligan, Catherine--50.3
  • Gilman, Chuck--46.5
  • Gilman, Laureli--46.5, 50.3
  • Gilman, Matt--46.5
  • Gilman, Suzannah--45.2, 46.5, 49.2 (to Della Chelpka), 49.4 (to Mary Elizabeth McQuillan), 50.3 (from Virginia Fry), 55.12
  • Gimlet Eye (Tim Ferine)--33.3
  • Ginsburg, James S.--92.25
  • Gioia, Dana--32.6
  • Giustiniani, Jerry and Marcia--37.1
  • Glass, Malcolm--51.5
  • Gleason, Sean--42.7
  • Glinsky, Albert--49.3
  • Godoff, Ann (Random House)--7.3, 36.1, 39.1
  • Godwin, Mandy--49.3
  • Goeckel, Ashten--48.2
  • Goedecke, Colin--45.2
  • Goldberg, Barbara--35.3, 41.2
  • Golden Key National Honor Society (U. S.) (Lehman College Chapter)--43.6
  • Goldsmith, Stanley--35.1
  • Goldstein, Arthur--54.6
  • Golisch, Stefanie--50.3
  • Golob, Anne--38.l
  • Gomez, Julia--51.5
  • Gonzalez, Joanne (re. Virginia Adair)--35.3, 38.l
  • Gopnik, Adam--50.3
  • Goransson, Jenny--50.3
  • Gordon, Molly--31.8
  • Gordonson, Lewis C.--46.5
  • Gorilla Press (Steve Kowit)--30.5-6
  • Gorman, Alice--38.l
  • Gorman, Taylor (New Delta Review)--46.5, 48.2
  • Gough, Damien--32.6
  • Gould, Rick--50.3
  • Gouveia, Joe--46.5
  • Graham, David--34.5
  • Grand Central Centennial (Sarah Shulman)--51.5
  • Grand Street (Jean Stein)--30.5, 31.3
  • Grasmere and Wordsworth Museum (Will Carr, Robert Woof)--40.1
  • Graywolf Press (Pollly Carder)--48.2
  • Graves, Will--46.5
  • Gray, Peter--38.l
  • Gray Line Ireland (Vivienne Griffith)--86.11
  • Graywolf Press (Sheila Murphy)--30.5
  • Great Basin College (Elko, Nev.) (Sarah Sweetwater and students)--47.3
  • Greig, Kenneth ("Kenny")--43.6, 48.2
  • Green, Gayle--45.2
  • Green, George, 1950- --42.7, 46.5, 48.2, 49.3, 51.5, 52.4
  • Green Mountains Review (Neil Shepard)--38.l
  • Greenburgh (N. Y. Town). Historic and Landmarks Preservation Board (Eda Burne)--45.2, 46.5
  • Greene Correctional Facility (Thomas C. Gillen re. Nathan Lay)--48.2
  • Greenfield Community College Library (Hope Schneider)--50.3
  • Greensboro Public Library (Florence Gaten)--38.2, 41.2
  • Greentree, Leslie--41.2
  • Greenwald, Jean--36.3, 41.2
  • Greenwald, Linda--51.5
  • Greenway, Betty--38.1
  • Greenwillow Books (Rebecca Davis)--42.7
  • Greer, Ben--48.2, 49.3
  • Gregg, Cindy--40.1
  • Gregory, Anne--38.l
  • Grennan, Eamon--29.5-6, 29.8, 30.7, 36.5, 53.2, 59.1
  • Gretna Music (Susan Hostetter)--51.5
  • GREY Magazine (Brantly Martin)--49.3
  • Griffen, Alice, 1924- --32.6, 38.l
  • Grigsby, Susan--34.3
  • Grimaldi, Gloria--46.5
  • Grimes, Charles S. and students--38.l
  • Grinker, Lori--38.l
  • Griswold, Harry--41.2
  • Griswold, Joan--42.7
  • Groening, Matt--48.2
  • Grosz, David (re. Devorah Grosz)--45.2
  • Grosz, Devorah--40.1, 41.2
  • Groton School (William Polk)--40.1
  • Grove, Elaine--31.2, 34.3, 36.4, 41.1
  • Grover, Shannon--55.6
  • Gruesen, Kelly--49.3
  • Guerci, Lisa--40.1
  • Guernsey, Emily--50.3
  • Guernsey, Pete--48.2
  • Guice, Lee Dicks--33.3
  • Guiding Eyes for the Blind (William D. Badger, Nancy S. Lothrop, Karen M. McClure)--49.3, 50.3, 52.4, 56.4
  • Gulf Coast (Alan Ainsworth, Brian Barker, Sean Bishop, Laurie Ann Cedilnik, Rob House)--32.6, 38.1, 46.5
  • Gulick, Jacqueline--42.7
  • Gurga, Lee--41.4, 43.2 (also to Chris Calhoun), 44.1, 46.5
  • Gustafson, Sara--40.1, 42.7
  • Gutstein, Daniel--48.2
  • Gyldendalske boghandel, Nordisk forlag (Louise Hafsjold, Vicki Lund, Louise Meyer, Louise Eldam Philipsen)--41.2, 42.7, 46.5, 48.2, 50.3
  • H. Frank Carey High School (Cynthia Woodhouse)--48.2
  • Hagerty, Barbara G. S.--52.4
  • Hagerty, Barbara G. S. and Richard ("Duke")--50.4
  • Haiku Foundation (Jim Kacian)--49.3
  • Haiku North American Conference (Terry Ann Carter)--osf 9
  • Haiku Society of America (Gene Myers)--49.3
  • Halborn, Debra--34.3
  • Hall, Craig--49.3
  • Hall, David H. (Quogue Library)--40.1
  • Hall, Donald, 1928- --35.3
  • Halliday, Mark, 1949- --31.6, 32.7, 33.5, 48.2, 52.4, 65.10; see also New Ohio Review
  • Hamblin, Martha--45.2
  • Hamblin, Robert--45.2
  • Hamilton, Spencer--51.5
  • Hamilton College (George O'Connell)--34.3
  • Hammond, Katka--36.3
  • Hammond, Mac--32.6
  • Hammond, L. T., Jr. ("Rusty")--33.3, 35.3
  • Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review (Nathaniel Perry)--50.4, 52.4
  • Hams, Kathy--50.4
  • Hanks, Marilyn--50.4
  • Hanna, Elke--43.6
  • Hansbury, Griffin, 1971- --34.3
  • Hansen, Julie--50.4
  • Hansen, Michael (Speakeasy Poetry Series)--40.1
  • Hansen, Robin (Phillips Academy)--92.18
  • Hanson, Desmona--33.3
  • Hanson, Eric (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--47.4
  • Harcourt, Brace, & Co. (André Bernard, Sal Robinson, Drenka Willen)--38.2, 41.3, 42.7
  • Harding, Alison--27.15
  • Hardley School (Southampton, England) (Keith W. Sparkes)--45.2
  • Hardy, C. Bruce--41.3
  • Harlan Estate--49.3
  • Harman, Michele Pizarro--48.2
  • Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc. (Frances Lindley)--30.4
  • Harper Collins Publishers (Marjorie Braman, Daniel Menaker)--35.3 (re. Katherine Mosby), 38.2 (re. Nathaniel Bellows), 39.4
  • Harper's Magazine (Roger Hodge)--33.2
  • Harrell, Don (Center for Religious Inquiry)--45.2
  • Harrington, Linda (Springfield Technical Community College)--92.23
  • Harris, Marie--30.4, 30.6, 35.3, 40.1
  • Harris, Marsha--43.6
  • Harris, Michael--38.2
  • Harry Ransom Center (Stephen Enniss)--52.4
  • Hart, Kevin, 1954- --48.2
  • Hart, Mary Ellen--40.1
  • Hartunian, Paul--52.4
  • Harvard University Press (Matthew J. Hills, Lindsay Waters)--43.6, 49.3
  • Harvard University. Society of Fellows (Lisa Boulanger)--41.3
  • Harvard-Westlake School (Virginia Alexander, Alan Buster)--34.3
  • Harvey School (Katonah, N. Y.) (Barry W. Fentermacher)--42.7, 45.2
  • Harvey Wood, Harriet, 1934- --42.7
  • Haskell, Arlo--51.1
  • Hass, Nancy Carolyn--36.5
  • Hassler, David--33.2, 42.6
  • Hawley, Jes--49.3
  • Hawley, William ("Bill") (Random Ridge)--50.4
  • Hayden, Phil--48.2
  • Hayward, Harriet (Art Center Waco)--38.2
  • Hazo, Samuel, 1928- ("Sam")--46.5
  • Head, Ed W.--40.1
  • Head, Gordon L.--45.2
  • Healdville House--43.6
  • Healey, Ryan--41.3
  • Health Net (Ken Marcucio)--89.12
  • Heath, Dido--49.3
  • Hecht, Jennifer Michael, 1965- --36.3, 38.2
  • Heidenry, John--32.6, 33.1
  • Heimer, Carrie--42.7
  • Heinle (Karyn Morrison)--40.4 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 41.4
  • Heinz Awards (Carole Smith)--42.7
  • Heisey, Jeremy Dale--49.3
  • Heller, Dick--77.5
  • Hemet High School (Hemet, California) (Kati Boyd, Suzanne Mastroianni re. Billy Collins Day)--35.4, 41.3
  • Hemley, Robin, 1958- --34.3
  • Hempel, Amy--31.2, 38.5
  • Henriksen, Jane ("Janie")--28.9, 28.11, osf 9 (illustrated)
  • Henzell, Justine (Calabash International Literary Festival)--50.4
  • Herbert, April--40.1
  • Herbert H. Lehman College (Walter Blanco, Terrence Cheng, Ricardo Fernández, Richard J. Geehern, Emita B. Hill, Jack Kligerman, Leonard Lief, Laura McKay, Louise Miller, Maureen Ocasio, Mary Papazian, Jane Salodof, Fred _____)-- 28.7, 30.4, 34.4, 35.6, 38.3, 39.6, 41.1, 42.1, 43.1, 43.6, 46.5, 49.3, 50.5, 51.3, 51.5, 52.4 (re. George Green), 53.6, 89.8, 89.11, 90.8
  • Herbert H. Lehman College. Adult Degree Program (David Bady and Michael Paull)--84.1
  • Herbert H. Lehman College. Department of English (Terrence Cheng re. Patricia Cockram)--49.3
  • Herbert H. Lehman College. Leonard Lief Fundraising Committee (Anne Johnson)--40.1
  • Herbert H. Lehman College. Office of the Dean of Arts and Humanities (Marlene Gottlieb, Erica W. Matthews)--32.1, 34.4, 37.1
  • Herbert H. Lehman College. Office of Continuing Education (Joan I. Miles, Frances A. Scorzelli)--86.11, 87.1
  • Herbert H. Lehman College Billy Collins Scholarship Fund (Anne Johnson, Julian Adames-Ng)--41.3, 45.2 (to Frank McCourt), 49.2
  • Herbert H. Lehman College Foundation (Anne Johnson)--34.4, 37.2, 46.5, 49.3
  • Herbert H. Lehman College Library (Daniel Rubey)--33.3
  • Herbert H. Lehman Institute for Literacy Studies (Marcie Wolfe)--38.2
  • Herman, Paul--50.4
  • Herman Review (Rick Herman)--31.6
  • Hernandez, Rick--41.3
  • Herring, Amy--38.2
  • Hertzel, Geraldine ("Gerry") Margaret--36.3, 40.1
  • Hess, Margaret ("Meg")--34.3
  • Hewat, Christopher, 1949- --38.2
  • Hexberg, Karin--40.1
  • Higgerson, Richard M.--35.3
  • HighBridge Audio (Susan Lovley, Todd Berger)--36.2 (also to University of Pittsburgh Press)
  • Highland Park High School. Literacy Festival (Melora Leiser)--48.2
  • Hilbert, Donna--31.6
  • Hill, A. Logan--51.5
  • Hill, Elizabeth ("Betsy")--40.1
  • Hill, Linda--45.2
  • Hill, W. Speed--45.2
  • Hill, Terrence N. ("Terry")--41.3
  • Hill-Stead Museum (Alison Meyers, Rennie McQuilkin, 1936- )--34.3, 35.3
  • Hill Street Press (Patrick Allen)--38.2
  • Hirsch, Edward--32.6, 33.3, 42.7, 65.11
  • Hitchcock, Margaret--35.3
  • Hitchcock, Tammi--33.3
  • Hlebakos-Paiva, Katherine--41.3
  • Hoberman, Barry--38.2
  • Hobson, Charles, 1943- --38.2, 40.1
  • Hodgen, John--49.3
  • Hodges, Scout--49.3
  • Hofer, Kay--48.2
  • Hoffman, Daniel, 1923-2013--38.2
  • Hofstra University (Paula Uruburu, Miguel Angel Zapata)--89.11, 40.1
  • Hogan, Dee ("Dee Dee") (St. John Fisher College)--43.6, 76.5
  • Hokin, Anne (re. Alan Ginsburg)--50.4
  • Holden, Karen, 1955- --33.3, 36.5
  • Holder, Alan, 1932- --46.5
  • Holderness School (Plymouth, N. H.) (Peter Durnan)--42.7
  • Holland, J. Gill--40.1
  • Holland, Tamara--45.2
  • Holman, Jonathan S.--46.5
  • Holmes, Thea--52.4
  • Holt, Rinehart and Winston (Susan S. Lowrance)--35.3
  • Hong Kong International School (Janet Tan)--49.3
  • Hoover, Amy--45.2
  • Hoover, Tyler--49.3
  • Hope College (Heather_____, Jack Ridl)--32.3
  • Hopkins, Robert H. (University of California, Davis)--38.2
  • Hopkins School (New Haven, Conn.) (Heidi Davidhoff)--33.3, 35.1
  • Hoppmann, Kelli--41.3, 42.6-7, 43.6, 45.2, 46.5, 53.1, 55.12, 56.4
  • Horace Mann School (Riverdale, N.Y) (Rebecca Bahr and students)--45.3
  • Hormig, Michael--50.4
  • Horner, Bill--37.2
  • Horning, Jeff--45.2
  • Horvath, T.--38.2
  • Hotchkiss School. Edsel Ford Memorial Library (Walter DeMelle)--38.2
  • Hotel Amerika (David Lazar)--40.1
  • Houghton College (John Rhett)--34.3, 35.3
  • Houghton Mifflin Company (Regina R. Clay--40.1
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company (Adrienne Brodeur, Ken Carpenter, Alison McEmber)--50.4, 51.1 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 64.7
  • Howard, Donna B.--37.1
  • Howard, Lois Batchelor--50.4
  • Hualalai Ohana Foundation (K. C. Knudson, Kathryn Wiese)--42.7
  • Hudson Review (Nicholas Cheonis)--32.6
  • Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc. (Hudson River Revival Festival) (Ellary Eddy)--38.2
  • Hudson Valley Writers' Center (Donna Lynch, Margo Stever, Staci Swedeen, Deborah Walker)--30.6, 32.6, 53.4, 69.11
  • Huggins, MaryAlice, 1952- --33.3, 36.5, 43.6
  • Hugo House--34.3
  • Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers (Ali Berman)--45.2
  • Humanities Washington (Margaret Ann Bollmeier)--40.1
  • Humpherys, Anne--36.5
  • Hunley, Tom C.--49.3
  • Hunt, Gayle--41.3
  • Hunt, Irmgard Elsner, 1944- --49.3
  • Hunter College (Leon Alfar, Richard Barickman)--35.3, 48.2
  • Hunter College. College Now (Christopher Hopper, Sarah E. Shively)--45.4, 46.5
  • Huntingdon College (Maureen Murphy)--51.5
  • Huntington Area Middle School (Brittney Hughes)--38.2
  • Huston, Larry--43.6
  • Hutchinson, Eugene and Adèle--41.3
  • Hyatt, Gordon--42.7
  • Hyland, Natalie--49.3
  • Hyman, Gretchen--38.2
  • Hymes, Dell--35.1
  • Hyperion Books (Elizabeth Sabo)--45.2
  • Ida (Rock group) (Karla Schickele)--47.3, 48.5
  • Idyllwild Arts Academy--41.2
  • Idyllwild Arts Summer Program (Steven Fraider)--34.4
  • Inches, Susan--48.2
  • Inez, Colette--34.4, 36.5
  • Indiana Arts Commission (Joyce Brinkman)--45.4
  • Ingram-Merrill Foundation--30.6
  • Inkwell (Christine Adler)--41.3
  • Inkwood Books (Leslie Reiner)--35.1
  • Inprint, Inc. (Rich Levy)--38.2
  • International Baccalaureate Organization--51.4
  • International Festival of Arts & Ideas (Andria Matthews)--45.4
  • International Guild of Knot Tyers (Paul Nagle-McNaughton)--48.2
  • International Poetry Forum (Samuel Hazo)--40.1
  • International Poetry Review (Mark Smith-Soto to Mardi Valgemäe)--32.2
  • International Society of Bassists--see Bass World
  • Internationa Visitor Leadership Program (Jean Paul Turco)--45.4
  • Interval House (Hartford, Ct.)--51.5, 52.4
  • Iowa Federal Criminal Defense Update (Nicholas Drees to University of Pittsburgh Press)--40.4
  • Iowa Poetry Association (Lucille Morgan Wilson)--35.1
  • Iowa Poetry Prize--30.5
  • Irby, Ernest--40.1
  • Irish America (Sarah Buscher)--38.2
  • Irish American Heritage and Culture Committee Inc. (New York City Department of Education) (Doris Marie Meyer)--42.7
  • Irish Books and Media, Inc. (Larry Burke)--86.12
  • Irving, Megan--40.1
  • Irwin, Ruth C. (mother of Ann Turkle)--33.1, 34.1
  • Israel, Steve--38.2
  • iTunes--52.4
  • Ivan R. Dee, Publisher (Hilary Meyer to University of Pittsburgh Press)--43.4
  • Ives, Stephen ("Steve") (Insignia Films)--38.2
  • Izzo, Frank--38.2
  • Jack Kent Cooke Foundation (Matthew J. Quinn)--40.1
  • Jackpine Writers' Bloc (Jerry Mevissen, Marsh Muirhead)--46.5, 50.4
  • Jackson, Katie--45.4
  • Jackson, .W. S. ("Scott")--50.4
  • Jacobie, Mimi--48.2
  • Jacobik, Gray--34.4, 36.5
  • Jacobowitz, Melissa Yael--42.7
  • Jacobs, Carol Campbell--43.6, 48.2
  • Jacobson, Alec--45.4
  • Jacobson, Joan--43.6
  • James, David--50.4
  • James, Lois--40.1
  • James A. Michener Center for Writers (James Magnuson)--34.4
  • James Wright Poetry Festival (Thomas Flynn)--33.3
  • Jamison, Andrew, 1986- --50.4
  • Jankowski, Bernard, 1958- --38.2
  • Jansen, Gary--33.3
  • Jarman, Mark, 1952- --50.4
  • Jarrell, Mary--38.2, 41.3
  • Jarman, Mark--38.5
  • Jarvenpa, Diane, 1959- (Lupine Records)--33.3
  • Jenkins, James (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--40.4
  • Jenks, Allison Eir--40.1
  • Jennings, Jenn (Van Buren Senior High)--42.7
  • Jensen, Eunice--37.2
  • Jesuit High School (Portland, Oregon) (John J. Gladstone)--45.4
  • John Cabot University (Moira Egan)--51.5
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation (Mary Ann T. Worklan)--34.4
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (U.S.) (Stephen A. Schwarzman)--39.1, 46.5
  • John Jay Homestead (Katonah, N. Y.) (Lee V. A. Roberts, Melissa Vail)--52.4
  • John Jay Land Management Corp. (Jay Archer)--38.2
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (André Bernard, Joel Conarroe, Edward Hirsch)--31.3, 31.6, 35.3, 36.4, 42.7, 46.5 (re. Anne Simpson)
  • Johns, Lawrence ("Larry")--28.8-9, 28.11, 29.1, 29.3, 29.8-9, 53.1, osf 9
  • Johns Hopkins University Press (John Irwin)--32.2
  • Johnson, Anne--37.2; see also Herbert H. Lehman College
  • Johnson, Gary--46.5, 50.1 (to University of Pittsburgh Press)
  • Johnson, Joyce (re. Chris Gillespie)--45.4, 46.5
  • Johnson, Kate (Mrs. Douglas Phillips)--37.2
  • Johnson, Russell--36.5
  • Johnston, Allyn M. (Harcourt Trade Publishers)--40.1
  • Johnston, Jerry-Mac--49.3
  • Johnston, R. Ivey--45.4
  • Johnston, Rose--34.4
  • Jollimore, Troy A., 1971- --42.7
  • Jonathan Edwards College (Yale University) (Gary L. Haller)--35.3, 38.2
  • Jones, Abigail--42.7
  • Jones, Catherine--43.6
  • Jones, Gwyneth--41.3
  • Jones, Jamiel--52.4
  • Jones, Meagan McCoy--48.2
  • Jones, Robert Trent, Jr. ("Bob")--41.3, 42.7, 46.5
  • Jonte, Robert--50.3
  • Jordan, Peter--29.1
  • Jose, Mimi J. Lepreau--52.4
  • Joseph, Holly Principe--40.1
  • Joseph, Steve--42.7, 48.2
  • Jossey-Bass Inc., Publishers (Sheri Gilbert to University of Pittsburgh Press)--40.4
  • The Journal (Ohio State University) (Deborah Athy, Jeffrey Erikson, Kathy Fagan, Mary Tabor, Stephen Spoerl)--1.27, 5.10, 32.1, 32.6, 33.1
  • Journal of Baltic Studies (William Urban)--31.6
  • Journalism Education Association (Bob Bair)--42.7
  • Jovanovich, Tim (Vashon Island High School)--46.5
  • Juilliard (Peter M. Rojcewicz)--32.6
  • Juretschke, Hellmut J.--52.4
  • Jurich, Marilyn--32.1
  • Kachemak Bay Wilderness Lodge (Diane and Michael McBride)--44.1, 50.4
  • Kacian, Jim--51.5
  • Kadmos Review (Angelos Triantayllou, Yves Bonnefoy, Michel Deguy, Hans Magnus Enzensberger, Nadine Gordimer, Seamus Heaney, Franz Mon, Robert Pinsky, Adrienne Rich, Claude Simon, Charles Tomlinson, and Richard Wilbur)--40.1
  • Kaiser, Mary (Jefferson State Community College)--49.4
  • Kaiser, Walter (Villa I Tatti)--38.3
  • Kalina, Jana--49.4
  • Kaminsky, Peretz--36.3
  • Kansas Quarterly (Harold Schneider)--30.4, 30.6
  • Kapovich, Katia - --54.6, 94.3
  • Karig, Rita R.--37.2
  • Karmel (Firm: Haifa, Israel)--46.3
  • Kathryn Irene Glascock Poetry Prize (Brad Leithauser)--34.4
  • Katonah Museum of Art (Susan H. Edwards)--38.3
  • Katonah Village Library (Gina Reid, Karen H. Sabath)--42.7
  • Katonah Village Library Poetry Series (Leisha Douglas, Rebecca Rogan, Moira Thielking, Eileen Wright,)--36.5, 49.2, 52.3, 65.10, 51.1 (also re. Kay Ryan), 52.3
  • Katz, Joy and Kevin Prufer--38.3, 40.3
  • Katz, Judy--38.3
  • Kaufman, Karen--38.3
  • Kaufman, William--33.3
  • Kaven, Bob--77.5
  • Kay, Laura Ann--32.6
  • Kaye, Ruth--37.1
  • Keane, Mary Beth (Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.)--38.3
  • Kearns, Frank (Lehman College)--34.4
  • Keepin, Isaiah R.--40.1
  • Kehler, Gail (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--34.6
  • Keiffer, Ann, 1945- --48.3
  • Keillor, Garrison--32.7, 40.1, 50.4; see also Writer's Almanac
  • Keller, Helen and Bill--36.3, 38.3, 45.4
  • Kelly, Kathleen--52.4
  • Kelly, Patrick (University of Dallas)--35.3
  • Kelly, Richard, 1937- (University of Tennessee)--34.4
  • Kelting, Emily--47.1
  • Kennedy, CHristopher--49.4
  • Kennedy, Patricia ("Patty")--47.1
  • Kennedy, Thomas E.--44.1
  • Kennedy, X. J. ("Joe")--30.6, 41.3
  • Kentucky Author Forum (Melissa _____)--50.4
  • Kenyon Review (Cy Wainscott)--7.7, 38.3
  • Keogh, Cary--32.3
  • Key West Literary Seminar (Miles Frieden, James Gleick)--49.4, 50.4, 90.14, 91.1
  • Keystone College (Charlotte Ravaioli to Edward G. Boehm)--49.4
  • Kiff-Wood, Annie--40.1
  • Kikines, George--30.7
  • Kilgore, Paul (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--49.1
  • Kim, Suji Kwock, 1968- --40.1
  • Kimball, Carol--49.4
  • Kimmel, David P.--50.4
  • Kimmerer, Lara--44.1
  • King, Larry, 1933- --38.3
  • King, Susan Deborah--33.3, 36.3
  • Kinsolving, Susan--36.4, 45.4; see also New York Public Library
  • Kirby, David and Barbara--37.2
  • Kirchick, Jeffrey--47.1
  • Kirkland, Jennifer--45.4
  • Kistler, Suzanne--45.4
  • Kitchen, Judith--34.4
  • Kizer, Carolyn--37.1, 38.3
  • Klam, Matthew ("Matt")--33.1, 33.3, 49.4
  • Klasinsky, Jamie--34.4
  • Klaviter, Helen Lothrop--30.5 (to The Nation), 31.8, 32.2, 33.5, 37.7, 38.5, 40.3
  • Klein, Nancy--40.1
  • Klenz, Jennifer--33.3
  • Kligerman, Jack--45.4
  • Kling, Elizabeth (re. Tom Cipullo)--48.3
  • Kling, Kara--48.3
  • Kloehn, Joan (re. Robert Peterson)--38.3
  • Knepper, Matt--47.1
  • Knight, Joe Ricky--42.7, 44.1, 45.4, 47.1, 49.4
  • Knight, Pete--49.4
  • Knight, Tom--44.1
  • Koertge, Ronald ("Ron")--29.4-9, 30.1-3, 30.6-8, 31.1-2, 31.7, 32.3, 32.6, 33.1, 33.3, 35.3, 38.3, 40.1, 42.7, 44.1, 45.4, 50.4, 52.4, 53.2
  • Koizumi, Junichi--41.3, 49.4, 92.22
  • Kopelson, Kevin (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--40.4
  • Koren, Edward and Curtis--47.1 (illustrated)
  • Kowit, Steve--32.1, 32.3
  • Koons, Barbara--30.6, 31.1
  • Kooser, Ted--35.3, 41.3
  • Köse, Duygu--38.3
  • Koval, Gerald--38.3
  • Kovler, Allen--38.3
  • Kraemer, Kathleen (re. Elizabeth Carlson)--38.3
  • Kreeger, Walt--30.6
  • Kronenberg, Mindy--45.4
  • Krueger Gallery (Lisa Krueger)--35.3
  • Kuhn, Darlyn Finch--42.7
  • Kumin, Maxine--32.6
  • Kurasch, Polly--47.1, 48.3
  • Kurland, Michael--77.5
  • Kusen, Michael--38.3
  • Kwitney, Wendy Wood--40.1, 41.3
  • La Jolla Cultural Society (Dennis G. Wills)--47.1
  • Lan, Laurie--40.2
  • Landau, Julie--38.3, 50.4
  • Lane, Arthur, 1937- --28.8, 28.12, 29.2-4, 30.3, 31.1, 40.2, 53.2
  • Lane, Maggie--50.4
  • Lane Libraries (Eugenia Beecher to Steven Barclay)--40.4
  • Lange, Francine--34.4
  • Langer, Glenn A.--35.3
  • Langham, Mark--45.4
  • Langill, Christine--41.3
  • Langland, Joseph--38.3
  • Langton, Jane, 1922- (to Ann and Warner Berthoff)--37.3
  • Lanham, Richard J.--32.6
  • Lannan, Patrick--38.5
  • Lannan Foundation (Jaune Evans, Frank C. Lawler)--38.3, 44.1
  • Lapham's Quarterly (Jeannie Vanasco)--47.1, 50.4, 52.4
  • Larsen, Libby--40.2
  • Larsen, Olivia Rose--52.4
  • Larson, Alden--43.1, 44.1, 45.4, 47.1, 48.3, 49.4, 50.4, 51.5
  • Larson, Kurt (re. Alden Larson)--52.4
  • Laux, Dorianne--5.11, 33.3
  • Lavender, Valerie (Smith College)--38.3
  • Lavin, Seth--43.1
  • Lawhead, Gail--52.4
  • Lawlor, William T.--30.6, 45.4
  • Lawrence University (Catherine Hollis, Karen Hoffmann, Richard Warch)--40.2
  • Lawrenceville School (Benjamin C. "Champ" Atlee, Michael S. Cary)--35.3, 38.3
  • Lawson, George--49.4
  • Leachman, Thomas--33.1
  • League of Women Voters of Somers (Carol Lazaurs)--38.3
  • LeBow, Ellen--45.4
  • LeClerc, Paul--38.4, 40.2, 43.1, 44.2, 45.5, 47.2, 49.4
  • Ledbury Poetry Festival (Charles Bennett, Nina Ellis)--38.3, 49.4
  • Lee, A. R.--33.3
  • Lee, Gloria (San Francisco Zen Center)--33.3, 34.4, 47.1, 48.3, 53.1
  • Lee, Sharon Dean--16.1
  • LeFebvre, Joyce A.--52.4
  • Lehman, David--1.36, 27.4, 31.7, 31.8 (to Poetry), 32.1, 32.3, 34.2, 35.2, 37.3, 38.3, 41.3, 45.1, 45.4, 48.1, 49.2, 51.4, 56.3
  • Lehrich, Jesse--50.4
  • Leicester Poetry Society (Huw Watkins)--35.1
  • Lemoncelli, Judith Francis--38.3
  • Lenihan, Dan- --30.6
  • Lenoir Rhyne College (Robert L. Spuller)--32.3
  • Leonard, Leroy--30.6
  • Leone, Geoff--77.5
  • Levi, Jan Heller--40.2
  • Levin, Phillis, 1954- --34.4
  • Levine, Anne-Marie--38.3
  • Levine, James A.--45.4
  • Levine, Philip, 1928-2015--33. 3, 35.3, 36.3, 41.3, 45.4, 35.3 (to Academy of American Poets)
  • Levy, Steven--51.5
  • Lewis, Amy--43.1
  • Lewis, Isabel--46.2
  • Lewis, Owen--52.4
  • Lewis, Peggy Hapke--32.6, 38.3
  • Lewis, Reginald Sinclair--35.3
  • Lewisboro Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc.--44.1
  • Liberty Elementary School (Omaha, Nebraska) (Cindy Farrell and students)--44.4
  • Libby, P.--36.3
  • Libby, Anthony ("Tone")--30.6, 32.1, 33.3, 34.2, 44.1, 53.2
  • Library of America (Cheryl Hurley, Susan K. Siegel)--43.1, 49.4
  • Library of Congress. Center for the Book (John Coles)--52.4
  • Library of Congress. Development Office (Katia Jones, Susan K. Siegel)--50.4
  • Library of Congress. Library Services Division (Deanna B. Marcum)--43.1
  • Library of Congress. Office of the Librarian (James H. Billington)--38.3, 40.2, 45.4, 49.4, 50.4, 54.6
  • Library of Congress. Poetry and Literature Center (Robert Casper, Patricia Gray)--49.4, 51.5
  • Library of Congress. Publishing Office (W. Ralph Eubanks)--48.3, 49.4
  • Library of Congress. Office of Scholarly Programs (Carolyn T. Brown, Prosser Gifford)--40.2, 43.1, 49.4
  • Libron, Kecia--34.4
  • Life Books (Firm) (Kathleen Brady)--51.5
  • Lilley, Susan--56.4
  • Limp Wrist (Dustin Brookshire)--47.1
  • Lin, Windy--43.1
  • Lincoln Literacy Council (Clayton F. Naff)--47.1
  • Lincoln Society of Peekskill, (New York) (Anthony Czarnecki)--52.4
  • Lindell, Karen--44.1
  • Lindner, April--38.3
  • lineup magazine (Prudence Peiffer)--35.3
  • Linscott, Diane Wiseman--40.2
  • Lipscomb University (Christian Scholar's Conference)--48.3
  • LIT (Journal of the New School for Social Research Writing Program) (J. Brandon Housley, Kathleen Ossip) --34.4, 43.1
  • Literacy Partners, Inc. (Mary Higgins Clark)--43.3
  • Literary Review (Walter Cummins)--30.4
  • Lithgow, John, 1945- --45.4
  • Little, Brown and Company (Michael Pietsch)--41.3
  • Little, Eleanor--41.3
  • Little Star (Ann Kjellberg)--49.4
  • Livewell, David--44.1
  • Lobue, J. D. and Joy--53.2
  • Lock Haven University (Marjorie Maddox)--32.3
  • Lodge at Torrey Pines (William J. Friese)--47.4
  • Lohr, Heidi--40.2
  • London Review of Books (Joanna Biggs, Vanessa Coode, Jean McNicol, Nick Richardson, Daniel Soar, Nicholas Spice)--43.1, 45.4, 47.1, 48.3, 49.4
  • Longfellow, Layne--40.2
  • Longfellow National Historic Site (Myra F. Harrison)--38.3
  • Longman Hong Kong Education (Jocelyn Wong to University of Pittsburgh Press)--49.1
  • Longman Publishers (Ann Bartolotta Bailey, Ryan G. Van Cleave, Virginia A. Creeden)--36.2 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 40.2, 40.4, 43.1 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 44.1
  • Lopes, Michael--65.10
  • Lopez, Barry Holstun, 1945- --41.3
  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art American Art Council volunteer support group newsletter (Jean Sapin)--30.5
  • Los Angeles Poetry Festival, Inc. (Suzanne Lummis)--38.3
  • Los Angeles Times Book Prizes (Gillian Stormont)--5.10
  • Lott, Vernon--48.3
  • Lotus Club (New York, N. Y.) (Irwin Jacobs, Grace Preuss)--40.2, 41.3
  • Louis-Dreyfus, William, 1932- (Poetry Society of America)--32.5, 35.2 (also to City University of New York. Office of Academic Affairs), 37.2, 43.3, 45.5, 66.8
  • Louisiana State University (Jim Springer Borck, Daniel R. Mangiavellano, Barbara Sims)--40.2, 45.4, 46.1
  • Louisiana State University Press (Jessica McDonald re. Miller Williams)--47.1
  • Lovas, Jeannine--41.3
  • Love, Greg--43.1
  • Lovejoy, Jen--38.3
  • Loxton, Jason--43.1
  • Lubow, Oscar R.--43.5
  • Luby, Daniel J.--45.4
  • Lucas, Michael--49.4
  • Ludvigson, Susan--38.3
  • Lukas, Krista--48.1, 51.5, 52.4
  • Lumina (Holly Posner)--41.3
  • Lummis, Suzanne--30.6, 32.6
  • Luscher, Robert M. ("Rob") (University of Nebraska at Kearney)--49.4
  • Lux, Thomas, 1946- ("Tom") (Georgia Institute of Technology)--33.3, 33.5, 35.3, 36.5, 38.1, 41.2, 51.5, 76.5
  • Lyman, Susan--40.2
  • Lyn, Yolanda--50.4
  • Lynford, Jeffrey--65.13
  • Lynn, Jenny (Artist)--48.3
  • Lyons, Rice--38.3
  • Lythgoe, Mike--34.4
  • M. N. Spear Memorial Library (Jane Buchanan)--44.1
  • MacDonald, Annie--35.3
  • MacDowell Colony, Inc. (Karen Keenan to Toby Barlow)--48.1
  • MacDuffie School (Paul Adler, Kathryn Gibson, Jimmy Grzelak)--24.9, 48.3
  • MacIsaac, Ann Marguerite (aunt)--55.5
  • MacIsaac, R. G.--4.21
  • Mackey, Ned--44.1, 52.5
  • Mackey, Willard G., Jr. ("Bill")--40.2
  • Maclean, Diego (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--47.4
  • Macmillan Publishers (Susannah Horne)--64.10
  • Mad Poets Review (Eileen M. D'Angelo)--38.4
  • Madison Review (Anna Wehrwein)--50.4
  • Maddox, Marjorie, 1959- --32.3, 94.10
  • Madison Square Park Conservancy (Stewart Desmond)--45.4
  • Magat, Richard--38.4
  • Magboo, Virginia--45.4
  • Magee, Martha--45.4
  • Maggio, Robert--34.4
  • Maggiotto, John--38.4
  • Magma (David Boll)--70.7
  • Maguire, John D.--37.2
  • Mahfood, Julie--49.4
  • Mahoney, _____ (Carl?)--28.7
  • Majmudar, Amit--52.5
  • Makufka, Marijo--77.5
  • Maley, Rachel Elizabeth--50.4
  • Mali, Taylor--35.1, 41.4, 43.1, 47.1, 48.3
  • Malkin, Maccabit--43.1, 46.3
  • Malliaris, Maryanthe--77.5
  • Malone, Shelley Boyd--40.2
  • Maloney, Clare--47.1
  • Mamaroneck High School--33.3
  • Manhattan International High School (Sarah E. Shively and students)--45.4, 46.5
  • Manista, James--40.2
  • Manning, Bill--38.4
  • Manshel, Xander (re. Tedman Littwin)--43.1
  • Mansion on Turtle Creek (Hotel: Dallas, Tex.)--52.5
  • Mapelli, Mariko H.--41.4
  • Maramotti, Luigi--48.3 (re. Dan Christensen), 49.4
  • Marlboro College (Ethan Gilsdorf)--33.3
  • Marlboro Review (Richard C. Lewontin, 1929- )--38.4
  • Margaret Root Brown Houston Reading Series--38.2
  • Margie: The American Journal of Poetry (Robert Nazarene)--44.1
  • Marin Academy (Anna Heidinger)--47.3
  • Mark Twain Library (Redding, Conn.) (Robert Morton)--45.4
  • Marks, Teri McDowell--44.1
  • Marquart, Debra K.--44.1
  • Marquesa Hotel (Key West, Florida) (Robert C. Arman)--43.1
  • Marsh, Robert R.--33.3
  • Marshall Public Library (Pocatello, Idaho) (Joan Juskie)--38.4
  • Marshland, Brad--41.4
  • Martha Speaks (television program) (Betsy Gartrell)--50.4
  • Martin, Ashley--36.4
  • Martin, Benjamin Franklin, III--38.4
  • Martin, Deirdre St. Clair--38.4
  • Martin Secker & Warburg Ltd. (Lanning Aldrich)--7.7
  • Martineau, Francis--33.3
  • Marvel Comics (Warren Simons)--66.1-3
  • Marvell Press (George Hartley)--40.2
  • Marwari Bloodlines (Francesca Kelly)--45.4
  • Marx, Pearson--38.5
  • Mary Baldwin College (James Lott)--32.6
  • Maryvale Preparatory School (Dianna Cerquetti)--40.2
  • Masinter, Sam--35.3
  • Maslin, Janet--47.1
  • Mason, David--47.1
  • Mason, Peggie--46.2
  • Massachusetts Poetry Festival (Paul Marion)--47.1, 48.3
  • Massachusetts Review (Corwin Ericson, Paul Jenkins, Ellen Watson)--1.6, 1.18, 38.4, 41.4
  • Masters Review (Joshua Sinel to Mardi Valgemäe)--89.2
  • Mathews, Tom, 1952- --52.5
  • Matter (Todd Simmons)--51.5
  • Matthews, Ali and Sebastian--40.2
  • Matthews, Charlotte Hilary, 1966- --44.1
  • Matthews, Elizabeth ("Betsy")--50.4
  • Matthews, William ("Bill")--30.6 (also to University of Arkansas Press), 31.2, 31.8, 32.4
  • Matto, Michael--27.2
  • Matson, Clive, 1941- --40.2
  • Maxton, Montgomery--44.1
  • Maxwell, Glyn, 1962- --33.3
  • May Swenson Poetry Award Series (Michael Spooner)--1.58
  • Mayer, Barbara J.--33.3
  • Mayes, Frances--32.6
  • McBreen, Joan--65.10
  • McCabe, Shawn W.--40.2
  • McCann, Christopher--35.3
  • McCann, Colum--52.5
  • McCann, Hannah and Jonathan Witte--38.4
  • McCann, Janet--41.4
  • McCaffery, R. J. --33.3, 49.4
  • McCarthy, Ryan--43.1
  • McCartney, Paul--50.4, 51.5
  • McCarty, Patti--40.2
  • McCaslin, Connie--36.4, 53.2
  • McClennan, Helen--50.2
  • McClure, Joshua Scott--41.4
  • McCourt, Frank--41.3
  • McCullough, David G.--52.5
  • McDaniel College (Roger N. Casey)--50.4
  • McDonald, Walter--34.4
  • McElhatton, Heather, 1970- --45.4
  • McEntyre, Marilyn Chandler, 1949- --44.1
  • McEver, H. Bruce--45.4
  • McEwen, Todd--31.2, 31.7-8, 32.4, 32.6, 33.3, 34.4, 35.1, 40.2, 86.12
  • McFarland, Ronald E.--43.1
  • McGehan, Fred--52.5
  • McGhee, Claudia--31.7
  • McGinn, Deborah T.--43.1
  • McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. (Sheri Gilbert, Lin Wright)--43.4 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 44.3 (to University of Pittsburgh Press)
  • McGurk, William J.--47.1
  • McIntosh, Jim--50.2
  • McIntosh, Steve--52.5
  • McIsaac, Albert ("Burt")--55.6
  • McIsaac, Don--51.5
  • McKay, Buffy--47.1
  • McKenna, Susan J.--38.4
  • McLaughlin, Brian M.--41.4
  • McLean, Stuart, 1948- --38.4
  • McMahon, Bernard M.--41.4, 50.4
  • McMillan, Stewart J. ("Stew")--48.3
  • McQuilkin, Eleanor A. (Eleanor Atterbury)--33.3, 36.4, 37.1
  • McQuilkin, Liz--50.4
  • McQuillan, Mary Elizabeth--49.4
  • McNair, Wesley--35.1
  • McSweeney's (Firm) (Dominic Luxford)--50.4
  • McVay, Scott and Hella--45.4, 49.4, 50.4
  • Mecum, Ryan--47.1
  • Medved, John J.--43.1
  • Meek, Cheryl Ridenour--see Ridenour, Cheryl
  • Meeker, James David ("Dave" "Goat")--29.2-3, 47.1, 48.3, 52.5 (also to Michael Shannon), osf 9
  • Meinke, Peter--35.1, 37.1, 40.2
  • Meissner, William, 1948- ("Bill")--48.3
  • Melbourne Writers' Festival (Patrick McCaughey)--47.1
  • Mele, Marianne Rose (re. Steven Fisher)--48.3, 48.5
  • Mele, Nicco--51.5
  • Menaker, Daniel (Harper Collins, n+1, Random House)--5.11, 33.5, 34.5, 35.1-2, 38.2, 39.4, 40.3, 43.3, 44.3, 46.1, 48.3, 49.4, 50.4, 51.5
  • Menashe, Samuel, 1925-2011--37.1, 40.2
  • Mēnd-Ooëo, Gombozhavyn (Mongolian Academy of Culture and Poetry)--50.4
  • Mendoza, Evelyn--52.5
  • Merchant, Natalie--49.4
  • Merriam, Eve--30.6
  • Merton Institute for Contemplative Living (Robert G. Toth)--47.1, 69.7
  • Metropolitan Museum of Art--44.1
  • Meyer, Doris--33.3, 38.4
  • Meyer, Michael--25.17, 49.4
  • Mezey, Robert--33.3
  • Miami Ad School (Pippa Seichrist)--50.4
  • Miami Book Fair International (Alina Interián, Mitchell Kkaplan, Penny Thurer)--47.1
  • Michalski, Liz--50.4
  • Michener, James A.--31.3
  • Michaud, Catherine--41.4
  • Michigan Quarterly Review (Larry Goldstein)--40.2
  • Mid-American Review (Tony Gardner, George Looney, F. Daniel Rzicznek)--32.6, 43.1
  • Middlebury College (Katherine "Katy" Abbott)--43.1
  • Midwest Book Review (James A. Cox)--30.6
  • Migdal, Eleanor--47.1
  • Milano, Patty MacMahon--47.1
  • Milberg-Kaye, Ruth--47.1
  • Milford Town Library (Deborah F. Eastman)--48.3
  • Milillo, Joseph S.--38.4
  • Milkweed Chronicle (Steve Chase, Deborah Keenan)--30.4
  • Milkweed Editions (Sid Farrar)--33.3
  • Millbrook School (Susan Eddy Fargione)--41.4
  • Miller, Cynthia (University of Pittsburgh Press)--5.11, 7.7, 7.10, 34.1, 34.6, 35.1, 36.2, 39.2, 47.4, 64.16 (also to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  • Miller, Marc H.--28.11
  • Miller, Michele A.--36.4
  • Mills, Kelly--48.3
  • Miller, Ruth--45.4
  • Mills College (Laura Ann Kay)--32.6
  • Milmore, Don--47.1
  • Minnesota Public Radio (Giving Thanks radio program) (John Birge)--41.4
  • Minnesota Public Radio (Wits show) (Larissa Anderson)--83.18
  • Minnesota Review--4.20, 30.5
  • Minogue, Richard--40.2
  • Mintus, Helen--38.4
  • Mir, Ann--37.1, 45.4
  • MiraCosta College (Ann Carli)--41.4
  • Misericordia College (Marie Stolarick)--43.1
  • Mississippi Review (Angela Ball, Rie Fortenberry)--30.4, 47.1
  • Mississippi University for Women. Midnight Writers (Brandie Ashe)--45.4
  • Missouri Literary Festival (William Brandon Bowman)--48.3
  • Mitchell, Margaretta ("Gretta")--68.7
  • Mitchell-Foust, Michelle--51.4
  • Mitchner, Stuart--38.4, 40.2, 41.4, 43.1
  • Modern Haiku (Lee Gurga, Charles Trumbull)--41.4, 43.2 (also to Chris Calhoun), 44.1, 47.1
  • Monahan, James R. ("Jim") and Colleen--36.5
  • Monchek, Lisl Steiner--see Steiner, Lisl
  • Moncrieff, Scott--34.4
  • Monitor Book Company, Inc. (Alan F. Pater)--32.6
  • Montana Review (Rich Ives) --30.4, 30.5
  • Montauk Library (Carolyn Balducci to Steven Barclay)--77.11
  • Montefiore Children's Hospital (Maura Flaherty Byrnes, Spencer Foreman)--40.2
  • Montes, Naida--41.4
  • Montessori School of Wooster (Wooster, Ohio) (April Gamble and students)--47.1
  • Montgomery, Grace--51.5
  • Moody, Dainon--52.5
  • Moody Books (Gil Moody)--48.3
  • Moore, Dorothy--51.5
  • Moore, Nancy--47.1
  • Moore, Virginia--33.3
  • Moorhead State University (David Mason)--32.6
  • Moran, Bethann--45.4
  • Moran, Mary Ann--33.3
  • Morgan, Alexandra--44.1
  • Morgan, Lawrence--38.4
  • Morgan, Mal--33.3
  • Morganthau, Henry--51.5
  • Morley, Rose and Brad--38.4
  • Morris, Amy--48.3
  • Morris, Delia (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.6
  • Morris, Ellen Birkett--51.5
  • Morris, Mary--31.7, 34.4
  • Morrison, John--52.5
  • Morse, Franklin A. ("Steve")--39.2
  • Morton, Dennis--32.4
  • Morton, Matthew (re. United States Military Academy. Library)--50.4
  • Moscowitz, Deborah--33.3, 38.4
  • Mosley, Philip--49.4
  • Mosley, Juli and Ralph--50.4
  • The Moth (magazine) (Rebecca O'Connor)--56.4
  • Motion, Andrew, 1952- --38.4, 43.1
  • Moulton, Roy--77.5
  • Mount Horeb Primary Center (Mt. Horeb, Wash.) (Patti Fish)--47.1
  • Mountain Writers Center (Sandra Williams)--34.6
  • Moveo Angelus Literary Arts (Gabriele Priska)--34.4
  • MS 101 The Edward R. Byrne School (New York, N.Y.) (Nasif _____)--48.3
  • MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design (Sandra Bloodworth)--51.6
  • Muirhead, Marsh--50.4
  • Mukand, Jon--31.7
  • Mullen, Barbara--40.2, 41.4
  • Mumford, Adam--43.1
  • Munch, Cate--35.3
  • Munley, Ellen--50.4, 51.5
  • Munoz, Natalie--35.3
  • Murphy, Barbara--49.4
  • Murphy, James R. ("Jim")--38.4
  • Murphy, Patricia (Donegal Endeavours)--31.7
  • Murray, Bill, 1950 September 21--49.4
  • Murray, Christina ("Tina") (Kansas State University)--47.1
  • Murray, Cuddy--48.3
  • Murray, Joan, 1945- --33.3, 36.5
  • Murray, Kevin, 1928- --34.3
  • Murray, Penelope--47.1
  • Music in the Loft (Fredda Hyman)--35.3, 43.1, 45.4
  • Museum of the City of New York (Jane McNamara)--32.6
  • Musgrave, Steve--41.4
  • Muske-Dukes, Carol, 1945- -- 43.1, 49.4, 64.16
  • Muskegan Community College (Rochelle _____)--44.1
  • Must, Ann (Writers Union of Estonia)--92.26
  • n+1 (Daniel Menaker)--48.3
  • Nakitto, Mai--40.2
  • Napa Valley Art and Culture Commission (Alvin Lee Block)--48.3
  • Nashville Public Library Foundation (Tari P. Hughes)--53.5, 69.2
  • Nasi, Franco--40.2, 45.5, 48.3, 50.5, 51.6
  • The Nation (Chris Calhoun, William Duke, Grace Schulman)--30.5 (to University of Arkansas Press), 31.7
  • National Association of Poetry Therapy (Kathleen Adams)--36.3
  • National Book Festival (James H. Billington, Laura Bush)--38.4
  • National Book Foundation Award Selection Committee--5.10
  • National Broadcasting Company--39.1
  • National Center for Learning Disabilities, Inc. (Steven Cordova)--40.2
  • National Council of Teachers of English (Jacqui Joseph-Biddle)--50.5
  • National Federation of State Poetry Societies (Lucille Morgan Wilson)--43.1
  • National Guild for Community Arts Education (Jonathan Herman)--52.5
  • National Library of Poetry (Firm) (to John H. Fort)--38.1
  • National Poetry Competition (Chester H. Jones Foundation) (William G. Ferris)--30.5
  • National Poetry Series (Suzanne Fox, Dan Halpern)--30.4, 31.3, 52.5
  • National September 11 Memorial & Museum (Organization) (Adina Langer)--48.3
  • National Writing Project (Sharon J. Washington)--48.3
  • Nayer, Daniel--38.4
  • Neal, Sarah M.--48.3
  • Nellins, Barbara--49.4
  • Nelson, Dylan (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--40.4
  • Nelson, Gipper--77.5
  • Nelson, Jo--38.4
  • Nelson, Ronald John, 1942-2016 ("Ron") (James Madison University)--35.3
  • Neugebauer, Annie--51.5
  • Nevins, Bud and Jacqueline--36.3
  • New Camaldoli Hermitage (Big Sur, Calif.)--see Teichert, Isaiah
  • New Chaucer Society (Lisa Kiser, Christian K. Zacher)--35.3
  • New Delta Review (Plamen Arnaudov, Nat Hardy)--38.4, 40.2
  • New England Conservatory (Kennett F. Burnes)--44.2
  • New England Review (Jessica Dineen, Stephen Donadio, C. Dale Young)--7.7, 32.6, 33.5
  • New Guard (Shanna Miller McNair)--48.3
  • New Jersey State Council on the Arts (Carol Ann Herbert, David A. Miller)--43.1
  • New Letters (Robert "Bob" Stewart)--40.2, 41.4, 44.2, 73.1
  • New Ohio Review (Mark Halliday, Jill Rosser)--49.4, 50.5, 51.6, 52.5
  • New Spirit Press (LindaAnn Loschiavo)--32.4
  • New Unique Broadcasting Company (Philippa Geering)--50.5
  • New York Botanical Garden (Joanna Groake, Gregory Long)--35.3, 52.5 (re. Holiday Train Show)
  • New York City Association of Assistant Principals Supervision-English (Fannie Mack, Barbara Rothenberg)--38.4
  • New York City College of Technology (George Guida)--51.6
  • New York Council for the Humanities (Sara Ogger)--48.3
  • New York Foundation for the Arts (Theodore Berger, Roger Bruce, Penny Stegenga)--30.4, 30.5
  • New York Historical Society (Kenneth T. Jackson)--38.4
  • New York Is Book Country (Courtney Muller)--40.2
  • New York (N. Y.). Department of Cultural Affairs (Kate D. Levin)--40.2
  • New York. Office of the State Comptroller (Alan G. Hevesi)--55.12
  • New York Public Library (Jessica Cassidy, Susan Kinsolving, Paul LeClerc, Marsha Spyros)--30.6, 31.6, 32.2, 43.1, 44.2, 47.2
  • New York Public Library Literary Lions (Paul LeClerc, Barbara Giordano, Marshall Rose)--31.5, 31.7, 38.4, 40.2, 44.2, 45.4-5, 49.4
  • New York Public Library Teagle Forum on Poetry (Aoibheann Sweeney)--43.1
  • New York Review of Books (Raymond Shapiro, Bob Silvers)--45.5
  • New York (State). Governor (1995-2006: Pataki)--53.6
  • New York State Museum (Myron Gittell)--41.4
  • New York State United Teachers (Thomas Y. Hobart, Jr.)--37.1
  • New York Times (Terry Tang, Inell Willis)--38.4
  • New York Times Book Review (from Terrill Shepard Soules)--39.1
  • New York Times Company (Joe Gaynor)--25.12
  • New York University. Committee for the M. L. Rosenthal Dissertation Fellowship (Barry Wallenstein)--34.4
  • New York University. Creative Writing Program (Rossy Toledo, Danielle Veith)--47.2, 50.5 (to Maureen Ocasio)
  • New Yorker--43.1 (Jill Frisch, Risa Leibowitz, Terry McGarry, Charles McGrath, Howard Moss, Paul Muldoon, Alice Quinn)-- 5.10, 30.4-6, 31.7, 33.1, 38.4, 48.3, 49.4
  • Newlin, Matt--38.4
  • Newman Center for the Performing Arts (Stephen W. Seifert to Steven Barclay)--43.4
  • Newman-Speiser, Jacqueline--38.4
  • Newport Beach Public Library Foundation (Tracy Keys)--50.5
  • Newtown Arts Festival (Newtown, Conn.) (Lisa Schwartz)--52.5
  • Newtowner Magazine (Lisa Schwartz)--52.5
  • Neylon, James ("Jim")--31.7
  • Nezhukumatathil, Aimee--34.4
  • Nicodemus, Fairlie--35.3
  • Niego, Julia--49.4
  • Nightingale-Bamford School (Dorothy A. Hutcheson, Brad Whitehurst, Samantha Wishman)--44.2, 44.4
  • Nightsun (Stephen Dunn, Gerry LaFemina)--41.4
  • Nikolayev, Philip--38.4
  • Niles West High School (Skokie, Ill.) (Dana DesJardins)--47.2
  • Nims, Bonnie Larkin (re. John F. Nims)--34.4
  • Nims, John Frederick, 1913-1999--30.6, 31.7
  • Nixon, Bernice--43.1
  • Nocturnal Submissions (David Lumsden)--31.7
  • Nolan, Timothy, 1954- --38.4
  • North Carolina Poetry Society (Ann Garbett re. Brockman-Campbell Book Award)--34.4
  • Northern Westchester Center for the Arts (Gayle Kenerson)--31.7, 32.2
  • Northfield, Greta--45.5
  • Norton, Patricia S. (Institute for Lifelong Education at Dartmouth to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.6
  • Northwestern University (Jenny Gavacs)--48.3
  • Norvell, Joel--40.2
  • Nothnagle, Suzanne (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--33.5
  • Nowak, Jean--40.1
  • Nye, Naomi Shihab--36.3
  • O. P. (P. Scott Brown)--38.5
  • Oak Park and River Forest High School (Oak Park, Ill.) (Peter Kahn re. Dorothy Moore)--51.6
  • Oakes, Sarah H.--41.5
  • Oakland University (Robert Anderson and students, Brian Connery)--38.5, 41.5
  • Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938- --38.5
  • Obama, Barack and Michelle--50.5
  • O'Brien, Patricia M.--38.5
  • O'Connell, Walter M. (Walter G. O'Connell High School)--45.5
  • O'Connor, Sheila (St.Bernard's School)--55.3
  • O'Donnell, Robert G.--45.5
  • O'Driscoll, Claudia--36.3
  • O'Driscoll, Dennis--38.5
  • Oberlin College Press (David Young)--38.5
  • Off the Beaten Path (Lakewood, N.Y.) (Holly Richardson)--49.4
  • Offen, Ron--see Free Lunch
  • Ogden, John--33.5
  • Ogden, Steve--47.2
  • O'Higgins, Fintan--51.6
  • Ohio State University Press (Malcolm Litchfield, Pat McLaughlin)--43.1
  • Ohio University. Department of English Language and Literature (Mark Halliday)--33.5
  • Oklahoma Arts Institute (Emily Clinton, Julie Cohen)--48.4
  • Olbright, Diane--23.4, 28.9, 28.12, 29.3, 29.5, 29.7, 29.9, 31.1, 40.3, 44.2, 46.3, 47.2, 48.5, 53.2, 56.4, 58.2
  • Old Dominion University (John R. Broderick)--50.5
  • Oldham, Elizabeth (Wordworks)--33.5
  • Olds, Sharon--34.4, 38.5, 43.1
  • Olgivy Public Relations Worldwide (Amy Messenger to Stephen Seifert)--43.4
  • Olive, Liz--77.5
  • Olivero, Bob--31.7
  • One World Action (Andrea Pitter)--35.3
  • OnEarth (Brian Swann, Megan Teixeira)--48.4, 49.4
  • O'Neil, Robert--45.5
  • OntheBus (Jack Grapes)--5.10, 31.3
  • Open University (Vee Fallon to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.6
  • Oppenheimer, Mary Close--see Close, Mary
  • Oprah Winfrey Show (Olivia Gerth)--34.1
  • Optic Nerve (Colin Still)--40.3
  • Orchard Books (Sandra Jordan, R. R. Knudson)--30.5-6
  • Oreck, Cody Douglas--48.4
  • Oresman, Paricia and Donald--38.5
  • Orešnik, Marijan (Association of Croatian Writers) (to Maureen Ocasio)--52.1
  • Ornelas, Norma R.--45.5
  • Orono High School (Sarah Carlisle, Sophie Gray)--40.3
  • Osan, Ana Valverde--52.5
  • Osborn, Scott R.--44.2
  • Ossip, Kathleen ("Kathy")--38.5, 44.2
  • O'Sullivan, Kate--50.5
  • O'Sullivan, Leanne, 1983- --35.3, 52.5
  • Otto, David W.--33.5
  • Outlaw, Keddy Ann--41.5
  • Overbeck, John (John Scott Academy)--48.3
  • Owens, Francie (Folger Shakespeare Library)--35.3
  • Owl Creek Press (Rich Ives)--30.4
  • Oxford Discovery Office Dept. for Continuing Education Univ. of Oxford (Caroline Mathieson, Wesley Morissey, Chloe _____)--83.5
  • Oxford American (Sara Arnold, J. E. Pitts, Annie Wedekind)--35.1, 35.3, 45.5, 48.4
  • Oxford Magazine (D. R. Zapf)--30.4
  • Oxford Poetry (Carmen Bugan)--40.3
  • Oxford University Press (Jessica Coffey, Casper Grathwohl, Charmaine Lim, Elda Rotor, Cheri Throop, Cybele Tom)--34.4, 35.3, 43.1 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 43.4 (also to University of Pittsburgh Press), 47.2
  • Pace University (G. L. Brackett, also to Steven Barclay)--43.3
  • Pacht, Judith--33.5
  • Pacific Review (Diana Acevedo, Sandra K. Alps, Jack Goins)--30.4-5
  • Padgett, Ron--50.5
  • Pakravan, Saïdeh, 1942- --36.1, 38.5
  • Pale House Press (Jessica Garrison)--44.2
  • Palgrave Macmillan (Brigitte Shull)--49.5
  • Palme, John N.--41.5
  • Palmer, Joseph--44.2
  • Palmer, Rhonda--44.2
  • Pan Macmillan (Lottie Fyfe)--50.2
  • Pantheon Books (Dan Frank, Bette Graber)--22.4, 34.5
  • Papadimitriou, Maro (Poeticanet)--52.5
  • Parade Magazine (Daryl Chen)--48.4
  • Pardes, Joan--36.4
  • Paris Review --45.5 (Robyn Creswell, Elizabeth Gaffney, Laura Gerrity, Philip Gourevitch, Amy Holman, Richard Howard, Daniel Kunitz, Fiona Maazel, George Plimpton, Lillian von Nickern, Meghan _____)-- 1.16, 5.10, 7.7, 30.6, 31.7-8, 32.1-2, 32.4, 32.7, 33.5, 34.5, 35.1, 36.1, 38.5, 40.3, 41.5, 44.2, 50.5, 52.5
  • Parisi, Joseph, 1944- (Poetry)--7.7, 30.5-30.6, 31.3, 31.7-8, 32.2, 32.4, 32.7, 33.5, 34.5, 35.1, 37.2, 38.5, 40.3, 43.3, 44.2, 50.5, 69.7, 78.11
  • Park, Ashley--45.5
  • Park, Patricia--33.5
  • Parker, Douglas M.--41.5
  • Parker, Jeff--49.5
  • Parker, Liz--31.3
  • Parker, Zachary--43.3
  • Parkinson, David--45.5, 52.5
  • Parkmont Poetry Festival (Judy Lentz)--38.5
  • Parnassus (Ben Dowling re. George Green)--51.6
  • Pasadena Weekly (Julie Riggott)--44.2
  • Pasca, Matt--51.6
  • Paschen, Elise and Ellen Rachlin--37.1; see also Poetry Society of America
  • Pastan, Linda--31.7
  • Pataki, George E., 1945- --53.6
  • Pataki, Libby-40.3
  • Patchett, Ann--52.5
  • Patry, Derek (Berlin High School)--41.5
  • Patterson, William C.--38.5
  • Paulson, Sherry--31.7
  • Peacock, Jonathan Austin--49.5
  • Peacock, Michelle--45.5
  • Peacock, Molly, 1947- --37.1, 38.5, 47.2
  • Pearl: A Literary Magazine (Joan Jobe Smith)--30.6, 31.8
  • Pearlman, Chee--44.2
  • Pearson, Jan--44.2
  • Pearson Education (Vivian Garcia, Kate O'Hearn)--49.5, 50.5
  • Pearson Education Canada (Beth McAuley, Natalie Turner to University of Pittsburgh Press)--50.1, 52.6
  • Pegnall, Peter, 1949- --44.2
  • Peluso, Karen M.--43.5, 45.5, 50.5
  • P.E.N. American Center--see American Center of P.E.N.
  • Pendergraft, Scott (to Poetry)--38.5
  • Penguin Group (Tracy Bernstein, Ben George, Philippa Gerrard)--15.2, 41.5, 43.3 (to Donald Rumsfeld), 51.6
  • Penguin Putnam Inc. (Jariya Wanapun)--34.5
  • Penn State Abington (Anne Christi)--38.5
  • Pennybacker, Cameron--51.6
  • Peper, Kate--34.5
  • Percy, Owen--52.5
  • Perez, Nola B.--47.2
  • Perkins-Hazuka, Christine--43.3
  • Perlberg, Anna (re. Mark Perlberg)--47.2
  • Perlberg, Mark. 1929- --33.5, 36.1, 43.3
  • Perry, Stephen--32.7
  • Perry, Susan K., 1946- --32.7
  • Perryman, Anne--45.5
  • Persea Books (Gabriel Fried to University of Pittsburgh Press)--36.2
  • Pesola, Nick--41.5
  • Peter, Peter--41.5
  • Peters, Robert, 1924-2014 (University of California, Riverside and University of California, Irvine)--4.21, 28.12, 29.2-3, 30.3, 31.2, 57.2, 61.1, 62.7
  • Petersen, Marc--33.5, 34.5, 36.1, 38.5, 40.3, 47.2, 49.5
  • Peterson, Robert--32.7
  • Peterson, Seth--38.5
  • Peterson, Steve (Snow College)--51.1, 52.1, osf 9
  • Peterson, Thom--40.3
  • Pfingston, Roger (to Robert Stewart)--41.4
  • Pfuhl, Joerg M.--38.5
  • Phelan, Kathryn--44.2
  • Phelan, Mary M.--37.2; see also Plotnik, Arthur
  • Philbrook, Danielle--35.6, 86.9
  • Philip, Snow--47.3
  • Phillips, Jack--36.5
  • Phillips, Jacquelyn J.--44.2
  • Phillips, Louis (also to Southern Review)--38.5
  • Phillips, Margaret D.--48.4
  • Phillips, Mary--36.3, 36.5, 40.3, 70.7
  • Phillips, Norah--41.5
  • Phillips, Robert, 1938- ("Bob") (University of Houston)--32.2, 34.5, 36.5, 65.10
  • Phillips Academy (Ted _____)--41.5
  • Phillips Exeter Academy (Jane Caldwell)--38.5
  • Picador (Paul Baggaley, Alison Menzies, Don _____, Sarah _____)--35.1, 41.5, 50.5, 51.6
  • Pierce, Heather M.--38.5
  • Pierce, Jim--47.2
  • Pif Magazine (Rachel Barenblat)--35.1
  • Pike, Richard ("Dick") (Rye Country Day School)--44.2
  • Pilkington, Kevin--37.1
  • Pin-Ups for Vets, Inc. (Gina Elise to University of Pittsburgh Press)--50.1
  • Pindeldyboz (Jeff Boison)--38.5
  • Pine, Luis H.--49.5
  • Pinger, Cammi--47.2
  • Pinsky, Robert--45.5, 47.2, 48.5
  • Pirkle, Amy--44.2, 45.5
  • Pitt, Daniel Avery--52.5
  • Pitts, J. E.--45.5
  • Pittsburgh Post-Gazette--64.16
  • Planeix-Crocker, Madeleine--50.5
  • Plantiveau-Oger, Geneviève--45.5
  • Plattenburg, E.--36.4
  • Pleiades, Sapphire--45.5, 49.5
  • Pleiades (Kevin Prufer)--44.2
  • Plimpton, George (Paris Review)--35.1, 36.1, 38.5, 40.3
  • Plimpton, George and Sarah--38.5
  • Plotch, Cayla--47.2
  • Plotnik, Arthur--28.12, 29.2, 29.5-6, 30.1-2, 30.3 (illustrated), 30.6-7, 31.1-2, 33.5, 35.1, 57.3 (illustrated), osf 9
  • Ploughshares (Don Lee, Thomas Lux)--33.5
  • Plum Review (Christina Daub)--5.10, 7.7, 31.8, 32.7
  • Plume (Daniel Lawler)--52.5
  • Plumer, Doris--47.2
  • Plumly, Stanley--48.4
  • Po' Jazz at the Center--36.4
  • Poburko, Mary Jo--52.5
  • Poch, John (32 Poems)--47.2, 48.5, 49.5
  • Poetikon (Nadja Dobnik)--49.5
  • Poetry Archive (Esther Morgan, Connie Robertson, Richard _____)--43.3, 44.2, 48.4
  • Poetry Book Society (Julia Bird)--7.4
  • Poetry Center, San Francisco State University (Book Award Selection Committee)--5.10
  • Poetry Center at the School of Art Institute of Chicago (Mark Perlberg)--31.5
  • Poetry (Chicago, Ill.) (Aaron Fagan, Helen Lothrop Klaviter, Joseph Parisi, Henry Rago, Damian Rogers, Gina Rosemellia, Christian Wiman, Stephen Young)-- 3.1, 7.7, 30.5-6 (also to The Nation), 31.3, 31.7-8, 32.2, 32.4, 32.7, 33.5, 34.5, 35.1-2, 37.2, 37.7, 38.5 (also to Patrick Lannan), 40.3, 41.5, 43.3, 44.2, 45.5, 47.2, 48.4, 49.5, 69.7 (re. Ruth Lilly Poetry Prize ), 78.11, 92.25
  • Poetry Daily (Donald E. Selby, Jr.)--32.7, 34.5
  • Poetry East (Richard Jones)--2.36, 7.7, 31.8, 32.4, 32.7
  • Poetry Everywhere (television program)--49.1
  • Poetry Foundation (Pegasus Awards) (John Barr, Anne Halsey, James Sitar, Michael Slosek, Steve _____)--41.5, 44.2, 48.4, 50.1(to University of Pittsburgh Press)
  • Poetry in Motion--34.6, 51.6
  • Poetry International (Fred Moramarco)--7.7, 32.7, 43.3
  • Poetry London (Pascale Petit)--40.3
  • Poetry New York (Emmy Hunter, Gyorgyi Voros)--30.4-5, 30.6, 32.4
  • Poetry Northwest (David Wagoner)--33.5
  • Poetry Now (E. V. Griffith)--30.4
  • Poetry Out Loud (Contest) (Dana Gioia)--47.2
  • Poetry Review (Sebastian Coombe)--47.2
  • Poetry Society (Peter Forbes)--34.5, 35.1
  • Poetry Society of America (John Barr, Judith Baumel, Carmela Ciuraru, Christina Davis, William Louis-Dreyfus, Elise Paschen, Alice Quinn, Matthew Rohrer, Brett _____)--5.10, 30.5, 32.2, 33.5, 34.5-6, 35.2, 40.3, 43.3, 45.5 (also to Shelby White), 47.2 (to Paul LeClerc), 49.5, 51.6, 52.5, 66.8
  • Poetry Society of America Journal (Christina Davis)--25.25
  • Poetry Society of Vermont (Jane S. Wollmar)--44.2
  • Poetrysky (Yidan Han)--45.5
  • Poets & Writers, Inc. (Jennifer Benka, Daryln Brewer, Elliot Figman)--30.4, 31.8, 36.1, 38.5, 40.3, 43.3, 48.4
  • Poets House (Firm) (Lee Briccetti, Catherine Coy, Stephen Motika, Margo Viscusi, Kasey _____)--32.7, 33.7, 36.1, 36.4, 38.5, 40.3, 41.5, 43.3, 48.4, 50.5, 51.6, 52.5
  • Poets' House (James Simmons and Janice Fitzpatrick)--31.7-8, 33.5, 34.5, 40.3
  • Poets' Prize (David Mason)--32.6
  • Poets Wear Prada (Joel Allegretti to Random House)--51.6
  • Pogalies, Joan--48.4
  • Poliner, Elizabeth ("Liz")--33.5
  • Poland, Caroline (re. Helene Dwyer)--48.4
  • Polaos, Susan--43.3
  • Pollitt, Katha--52.5
  • Pond, Diana Greenwood--45.5
  • Pond Cove School (Cape Elizabeth, Maine) (Susan Michaud and students)--38.5
  • Poole, Scott--38.5
  • Pope, Richard--50.5
  • Port Townsend Film Festival (Peter Simpson)--45.5
  • Portage Northern Literary Magazine (Riva Shah)--45.5
  • Porter, D. Thomas (photographer)--68.8
  • Posman Books Downtown (Tom Padilla)--33.5
  • Potter, Inga Larsson--45.5
  • Powers, Alan, 1944- --43.3
  • Powers, Nancy and Amy Debrecht--34.2
  • Prackneck, Barbara--45.5
  • Prairie Home Productions (Albert Webster)--47.2
  • Pratt, Jan (to Mary Catherine Alexander)--52.3
  • Prens, David (to Joy Davis)--51.4
  • Prentice, Penelope--51.6
  • Prentice Hall (Mary Dalton-Hoffman, Doris Robinson, to University of Pittsburgh Press)--34.1, 36.2
  • Pressley, Deborah--38.5
  • Price, Barbara--48.4
  • Price, Chris--40.3
  • Primeau, Ronald--47.2
  • Prince, Elizabeth--39.2
  • Princeton Club of New York (Stephen Klym)--34.5
  • Pritchard, William H. ("Bill")--33.5, 34.5, 35.1, 38.5, 43.3, 49.5, 50.5
  • Prufer, Kevin--38.3, 43.3, 44.2
  • Public Space (Brigid Hughes)--50.5, 51.6
  • Pucci, Anthony--49.5
  • Pulitzer Prizes (Prize Selection Committee)--5.10
  • Pulliam, Helen--44.2
  • Purchase College, State University of New York (Catherine Lewis, Thomas J. Schwarz, Margaret Sullivan)--41.5, 45.5
  • Purdue University Press (Verna Emery)--30.4
  • Pushcart Press (Bill Henderson)--30.4, 30.6, 32.6-7, 33.1, osf 4
  • Pushcart Prize Fellowships Inc. (Bill Henderson)--44.2
  • Quality Paperback Book Club (Kathy Kiernan)--42.1
  • Queensborough Community College (Eduardo J. Marti)--44.3, 89.11
  • Queneau, P.--33.5
  • Quenzer, Neale--34.5
  • Quinn, Alice (New Yorker, Poetry Society of America)--5.10, 30.4, 31.7, 33.1, 45.5 (to Shelby White), 47.2 (to Paul LeClerc), 49.5, 51.6, 52.5
  • Quint, Mitzi--48.4
  • Quogue Library (Tara Hoag)-40.3
  • Raab, Lawrence, 1946- ("Larry")--40.3, 42.1, 47.2, 51.6, 65.11
  • Rabinowitz, Anna, 1933- --37.1
  • Radon, Lisa--32.7
  • Rago, Christina--42.1, 44.3
  • Rago, Henry (Poetry) (to Patrick Lannan)--38.5
  • Rago, Michelle--36.1
  • Rail, Evan--34.5
  • Raiselis, Richard--44.3
  • Rand, Ellen--37.1
  • Random House (Firm)--31.3 (Mary Bahr, Janice Barcena ,Margaret Benton, Karen Bresswein, Julia Cheiffetz, Gina Centrello, David Ebershoff, Sherri Feldman, Barbara Fillon, Kathy Garcia, Jennifer Garza, Michael Gentile, Ann Godoff, Margaret Gorenstein, Kaiulani Kaneta, Sunshine Lucas, Jynne Martin, Caitlin McKenna, Daniel Menaker, Steve Messina, Pauline James, Matt Kellogg, Vincent La Scala, Jean-Isabel McNutt, Don Paterson, Stacy Rockwood-Chen, Jennifer Rodriguez, Lindsey Schwoeri, Tessa Shanks, Ileene Smith, Jeanne _____, Tim _____)--5.4, 5.10-11, 7.2-3, 7.11, 8.2, 8.4-7, 9.3, 26.23, 27.14-16, 33.5, 34.5 (re. Lucia Perillo), 35.1-2, 36.1-2 (also to University of Pittsburgh Press), 39.1, 40.3-4, 42.1, 43.3, 44.3, 46.1, 47.2, 48.4, 49.5, 51.4, 51.6, 52.5-6 (also to Steven Barclay), 64.16, 65.1, 76.12, 83.18
  • Random House Audio Publishing (Robert Allen, Katherine Menges)--39.1, osf 2
  • Random House Children's Books (Anne Schwartz)--49.5
  • Random House New Zealand Ltd. (Catherinu O'Loughlin to University of Pittsburgh Press)--44.3
  • Ranger, Margaret, 1951- --39.1
  • Rankowitz, Ken--36.4-5
  • Ransley, Lettie--44.3
  • Raritan: A Quarterly Review (Jackson Lears, Stephanie Volmer)--44.3, 46.1
  • Rashid, Rebecca--43.3
  • Rauth, Fran Nethercut--46.1
  • Ray, David, 1932- --48.4
  • Re, Kathy--48.4
  • READ (Kim Stephanie Smith)--31.7
  • The Recorder: The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society (Christopher Cahill)--32.7, 36.3
  • Red Barn Review of Poetry (William Bagley)--40.3
  • Red Hen Press (Kate Gale)--34.5, 43.3, 46.1, 51.1
  • Red Hill Press (John McBride, Paul Vangelisti)--29.8, 30.4
  • Red Hydra Press (Steve Miller)--48.4
  • Red Wagon Press (John Cutrone)--33.5, 34.5
  • Red Wheel/Weiser (Jan Johnson)--39.1
  • Redfield, Virginia--40.3
  • Reece, Spencer (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--32.7
  • Reed, Julia--51.1
  • Reed, Terence James ("Jim")--49.5
  • Reflections (Harold W. Attridge, Elizabeth Wilkinson)--46.1
  • Reichhold, Jane--46.1
  • Reifenberg, Opal--51.1
  • Reiss, James--32.7
  • Reiss, Parker--51.6
  • Retallack, Betsy (Poets Hill Productions)--44.3, 47.2
  • Reynard, Charles G.--42.1
  • Reynolds, Kate Fox--31.7
  • Reynolds, Luke--46.1
  • Rhode Island College (Cathleen Calbert)--34.5
  • Rhode Island Foundation (Ronald V. Gallo re. Providence Poetry Festival)--36.1
  • Rhodes, Robert (State University of New York College at Cortland)--36.1
  • Rhodes, Stefanie--49.5
  • Rhysling Poetry Awards (Drew Morse)--48.4
  • Rice, Katharine ("Kay")--40.3
  • Rice, Melinda--44.3
  • Rich, Adrienne, 1929-2012 (to Herman Berlandt)--35.2
  • Rich, Mari--36.3
  • Rich, Susanna (Poets on Air)--40.3
  • Richard, Naomi Noble--31.8
  • Richards, Becca--51.6
  • Richardson, Bonnie Lee--39.1
  • Richeson, Joshua--44.3
  • Richter, Kate--51.6
  • Rickus, Janet--46.1
  • Ric_____, Bruce--36.1
  • Riconda, Andrew ("Andy")--42.1
  • Ridenhour, Clarissa--48.4
  • Ridenour, Cheryl--48.4
  • Ridgefield Library (Ridgefield, Conn.) (Lesley Lambton)--44.3
  • Ridl, Jack--37.1; see also Hope College
  • Riggs, Don--33.5
  • Ringling Brothers Center for Elephant Conservation (Bonnie Feld)--51.1
  • Ringsak, Russell--39.1
  • Ripley, David--48.4
  • Ritter, Harry--33.5
  • Rivas, Hernan Navas--77.5
  • River City Review (Richard L. Neumayer)--30.4
  • River Styx International Poetry Contest (Richard Newman)--35.1
  • Riverdale Country School (Kent J. Kildahl)--46.1
  • Riverdale Senior Services (Babara Neuhaus)--40.3
  • Rjghard, Ron--49.5
  • Roach, Sydney--44.3
  • ROADSpoetry--42.1
  • Robertson, Robin, 1955- --52.5
  • Robben, John--47.2
  • Robbins, Judith--51.6
  • Roberts, Gwendolyn--42.1
  • Roberts, Jim--47.2
  • Roberts, Katrina--44.4
  • Roberts, Rhian--40.3
  • Robertson, Randall B. ("Randy")--52.5, 56.3
  • Robertson, Robin, 1955- --33.5, 34.5, 39.1, 39.6
  • Robichard, Alice--42.1
  • Robinson, Hamilton, Jr. ("Tony")--40.3
  • Robinson, Mary--36.4
  • Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation (Elliot Ruchowitz-Roberts, Alex A. Vardamis)--39.3, 40.4, 42.1
  • Robson, Alex--44.3
  • Rock, Hester--39.1
  • Rocks, MaryAlice--36.4
  • Rodrigues, Leah--49.5
  • Rogers, Adrienne--44.3, 47.2
  • Rogow, Zack--43.3
  • Roles, Reed--39.1
  • Rolf, .Lisa--47.2
  • Rolling Stone (Leland Asher, Charles Perry, Sel R_____, Meredith Turner)--28.10, 28.12, 29.2, 30.4, 30.5
  • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.) (Rita Bornstein, Roger N. Casey, Lewis M. Duncan, Carol Frost, Lorrie Kyle, Alan Nordstrom, Thaddeus Seymour, Gail Sinclair, Bob Smither)-- 46.3, 47.2 (also to Paul Simon), 48.2, 48.4, 51.1, 52.3 (to Chris Calhoun), 56.3, 89.13
  • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.). Cornell Fine Arts Museum (Robyn Allers)--47.2
  • Rollins College (Winter Park, Fla.). Winter Park Institute (Gail D. Sinclair)--47.2, 48.4
  • Ronan, John J.--49.5
  • Rooney, Dan, 1932- --see United States Embassy (Ireland)
  • Rose, Ellery--44.3
  • Rose, Jed Eugene, 1952- --39.1
  • Rosen, Deborah Nodler--36.1
  • Rosenbaum, Ron--44.3
  • Rosenberg, Liz--34.5
  • Rosenberg, Mary (Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Annual Poetry Prize)--42.1, 44.3, 50.3
  • Rosenblatt, Betsy--33.5
  • Ross, Debbie ("Debs" "DR")--29.5-6, 29.8-9, 30.1, 30.7, 40.3, 44.2, 53.2
  • Ross, Tom--40.3
  • Rosser, J. Allyn (Jill Allyn), 1957- ("Jill")--31.7, 32.4, 33.5, 36.1, 43.3, 49.4, 50.5, 51.6
  • Rossi, MaryJane Mangini--39.1
  • Rotary Club (Somers, N.Y.) (Richard Atkins)--44.3
  • Rotbuch Verlag (Aenne Glienke)--7.7
  • Roust, Kristin--36.1
  • Rowland, Robyn--51.6
  • Rowlands, Bill--40.3
  • Royce, Lindsey--34.5
  • Rubin, Jay (Alehouse Press)--47.2
  • Ruby: A Journal of Literature and Art (Dana J. Hoffman)--31.8, 32.4
  • Rudel, Joan--36.4
  • Rush, Rusty--39.1
  • Russell, Betsy--42.1
  • Russell, Timothy--31.7, 33.5
  • Russian Samovar Reading Series (Nicole Krauss)--34.5
  • Russo, Amanda--49.5
  • Ruth, Maria--51.1, 51.6
  • Rutstein, Neal--51.1
  • Ryan, Kathy--46.1, 47.2
  • Ryan, Kay--43.3, 44.3, 49.5, 51.1, 52.5
  • Ryan, Laura T. (Syracuse Newspapers)--42.1
  • Rybicki, John, 1961- --42.1
  • Rye Country Day School (Siobhan M. O'Connell, Richard Pike)--36.5, 44.2
  • Saavedra, Barbara--39.1
  • Saavedra, Laura--39.1
  • Sacks and Co (Cami Opere re. Natalie Merchant)--49.5
  • Saegertown Jr.-Sr. High School (Stacey S. Anderton)--40.4
  • Sager, Sue--47.3
  • St. Aloysius School (Colette Atkins)--49.5
  • St. Andrews University (Don Paterson)--51.1
  • St. Bonaventure University--osb 1
  • St. Denis, Ann Marie--40.4
  • St. Johnsbury Athenaeum (Lisa von Kann)--39.1
  • Saint Nicholas Society of the City of New York (John Shannon)--46.1
  • St. Paul's School (Concord, N. H.) (Jana Brown, Candice "Candy" J. Dale)--43.4
  • St. Peter, Allan D.--39.1
  • St. Philip's Academy (Newark, N.J.) (Betsy Buell)--39.1
  • St. Rose of Lima School (Chula Vista, Ca.) (Catherine Jasek and students)--36.1
  • Salamon, Russell--34.5
  • Salgado, Frances--47.3
  • Salt Hill (Aime Pokwatka)--46.1
  • Salter, Mary Jo--34.1, 36.4
  • Samaritans of South Devon (Rob Golder)--48.5
  • San Fernando Valley State College (Harry Finestone)--23.4
  • San Francisco State College (Caroline Shrodes)--23.4
  • San Francisco State University--5.10
  • San Jose State College (James J. Clark)--23.4
  • San José State University (Alan Soldofsky)--42.1
  • Santa Catalina School (Sister Carlotta)--39.2
  • Sapan, Josh (AMC Networks)--52.1
  • Sarabande Books (Kirby Gann, Kristin Herbert)--34.5 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 46.1
  • Sarah Lawrence College (Barbara Kaplan, Madison Schramm)--39.1, 46.1, 90.4
  • Sardinas, Barbara ("Barbie" "Lucy Gray")--23.3-4, 28.9, 28.12, 29.3
  • Sardy, Marc (Rollins College)--56.2
  • Sargent Press (Matthew P. Gallant)--47.3
  • Sarzotti, Jo (?)--36.5
  • Saturday Afternoon Journal (Cynthia Walker)--32.4
  • Saunders, George, 1958- --52.1
  • Savoca, Kate (Brooklyn Aikikai)--48.5
  • Scapellato, Sean--37.1
  • Scarborough, Mark--40.4
  • Scarry, John--36.4, 39.1 (re. Jessica Zahorian)
  • Scarsdale Public Schools (Jo Ellen Moldoff)--32.2
  • Schalmont Middle School (Elise Pepe and students)--51.2
  • Schaefer, Signe (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.6
  • Scharper, Phil--39.1
  • Schenck, John--43.4
  • Schickele, Karla--47.3, 48.5
  • Schimpf, Chris--42.1
  • Schlachte, Carl--46.1
  • Schlicht, Jeff--43.4
  • Schnall, Nina--47.3
  • Schneider, Doc and Helen--48.5
  • Schneider, Gillian--52.1
  • Schneider, Richard--39.1
  • Schoemperlen, Diane--42.1
  • Scholarly Book Services, Inc. (Naomi Lewis)--70.8
  • Scholastic (Elizabeth Radcliffe, Colleen Salcius, Ann Sandhorst)--39.1 (also re. Paul Janeczko), 43.4 (to University of Pittsburgh Press)
  • School of the Arts (Charleston, S.C.) (John Cusatis)--49.5, 52.1
  • Schoonover, Eric--46.1
  • Schuman, Beth--34.5
  • Schuylkill County Council for the Arts--30.4
  • Schudson, Benjamin--35.1
  • Schults, Anna--47.3
  • Schultz, Robert, 1953- --44.3, 46.1
  • Schultz, William J.--39.1
  • Schulz, Lindan--52.6
  • Schwartz & Wade Books (Anne Schwartz)--49.5
  • Schwartzberg, Hugh J.--31.7, 34.5
  • Sciarra, Daniel--36.1, 36.3, 39.1 (to Edgemont Junior-Senior High School and Edgemont School District)
  • Sciarra, J. ("J." "J.D." "Julie" "J. Shankman") (cousin of Janet Shankman Williamson)--28.10, 29.2-3, 29.6, 29.8, 30.1-3, 30.7, 31.1, 53.1-2
  • Sciarra, Rainey--28.11, 29.2, 30.2, 30.8
  • Scofield, Michael--32.4 (to Poetry), 32.7
  • Scoggins, Bob--39.1
  • Scott, Joanna C. 1943- --36.3
  • Scottish Child (Sean Bradley)--30.6
  • Scribner (Gillian Blake, Alexis Gargagliano, Nan Graham)--27.5, 34.5, 42.1, 44.3-4, 48.5
  • Scully, J. Michael--46.1
  • Seamus Heaney Centre Digital Archive (Paul Maddern)--47.3
  • Search for Common Ground (Susan Koscis)--40.4
  • Searles, George--52.6
  • Sears, Cynthia ("Cyn")--31.6, 31.8, 32.4, 32.7
  • Seasons of the Spirit (Brenda Allingham)--39.2
  • Seattle Arts & Lectures (Hollis Palmer)--51.1
  • Seattle Center (Seattle, Wash.) (Kathleen B. McLaughlin)--44.3, 46.1
  • Seeback, Bill--44.3
  • Selby, Hubert, Jr. ("Cubby")--32.4
  • Selden, Jack and Gloria--40.4
  • Selgin, Peter--52.1
  • Sellers, Heather, 1964- --44.3
  • Seneca Review (Deborah Tall)--32.2
  • Serotte, Brenda--37.1
  • Seven Hills School (Cincinnati, Ohio) (Nirvani Head and Jan Portman)--48.5
  • Sewanee Review (George Core, Leigh Anne Couch) --51.1, 52.1, 64.15
  • Sewanee Young Writers' Conference--see University of the South
  • Sexton, Elaine--36.1, 39.1
  • Seymour, Thad--52.6
  • Seymour, Whitney North (from Robert Frost)--52.6
  • Shafie, Ahmed--42.1, 46.1
  • Shakespeare & Co. (Felice Steinberg)--30.6
  • Shannon, Michael ("Bear")--28.7, 28.10, 28.12, 29.2-3, 30.3, 30.7, 31.1-2, 37.2; see also Gloria Lee
  • Shannon, Peggy--47.3
  • Sharpe, Patricia Lee--47.3
  • Shatzkin, Karen--44.3
  • Shaw, Beth--40.4
  • Shaw, Bruce--49.5
  • Shaw, Grace--49.5
  • Shaw, Jocelyn--52.1, 52.6
  • Shaw, John--51.1
  • Shaw, Pat--31.7
  • Shaw, Sally--49.5
  • Shea, Patrick--47.3
  • Sheehan, Julie--42.1, 52.6
  • Shenandoah (Lynn Leech, R. T. Smith)--31.7, 34.1
  • Shepley, M. J.--52.6
  • Sherrer, Deb--51.1
  • Shibata, Beth--36.3, 39.1
  • Shields, Diane--52.6
  • Shin, Claire--51.1
  • Shinder, Jason--43.4, 44.3, 47.3
  • Shipley, Vivian, 1943- --49.5
  • Shipsey, Bill--52.6
  • Shoaf, Diann Blakeley--32.4
  • Shorey, Joan--37.2
  • Shrestha, Tanka Bahadur--47.3
  • Siegel, Joan I.--52.6
  • Sieglaff, Peter--51.4
  • Siegmann, Ken--77.5
  • Signal Editions (Michael Harris, Carolyn O'Neill)--39.1, 40.4
  • Signal Mountain Mirror (Carol Lannon to Snow Philip)--47.3
  • Sillerman, Laura Baudo--40.4, 42.1, 43.4, 44.2, 48.5, 49.5, 52.1, 52.5-6
  • Sillerman, Robert F. X.--40.4
  • Sillerman Companies (Gini Smythe re. Aging In America Gala)--39.1
  • Silver, Sheldon (from John J. McEneny)--41.4
  • Silver Buckle Press--53.1
  • Silverthorne, Michelle--36.1
  • Simic, Charles, 1938- --39.1, 52.6
  • Simmons, Naomi--48.5, 51.1
  • Simon, Maurya, 1950- --42.1, 43.4
  • Simon, Paul, 1941- --46.1, 47.2-3, 48.5, 49.5, 52.1, 52.3, 52.6
  • Simon H. Rifkind Center for the Humanities (James de Jongh re. William Matthews Memorial Reading)--39.1
  • Simon and Schuster, Inc. (Nan Graham, Sarah Hochman, David Rosenthal)--26.15-16, 48.5, 52.1
  • Simonson, Nelson C.--43.4
  • Simpson, Anne, 1956- --47.3, 48.5
  • Simpson, Steve--43.4, 48.5
  • Sims, Barbara--46.1
  • Sims, Karen--51.1
  • Sims, Mark--42.1
  • Sims, Robynn--51.1
  • Singer, Adam--48.5
  • Sison, Heather--47.3
  • Sisters of the Devine Compassion (Susan M. Merritt)--49.3
  • Sivack, Denis--42.1
  • Sjoberg, Frances--46.2
  • Skagit River Poetry Festival (Pat Hawley, Anne McCracken, Kathy Shoop)--36.1, 42.1, 44.3
  • Sklar, Morty, 1935- --47.3
  • Slant: A Journal of Poetry (Richard Hudson)--30.5
  • Slate (Robert Pinsky)--48.5, 51.1
  • Slattery, Marian--39.1
  • Slaymaker, Bob--40.4
  • Slapering Hol Press (Ann Lauinger, Margo Stever) --43.4, 47.3
  • Sloane, Charmaine--see Thacker, Charmaine Sloane
  • Smalls, Henry--48.5
  • Smith, Dale (re. Tom Clark)--47.3
  • Smith, Frank--40.4
  • Smith, Jack (Jack R.), 1950- --44.4
  • Smith, Jeanne H.--43.4, 48.5
  • Smith, Joan Jobe--35.1
  • Smith, Joann--34.1
  • Smith, R. Kent (to American Scholar)--37.3
  • Smith, Scott--46.1
  • Smith, Shay--39.1
  • Smith, Susan Thompson--39.1
  • Smith, Wendell--34.5
  • Smith, Zadie--51.1, 52.1
  • Smith College (Annie Boutelle, Ellen Watson)--34.5, 39.1
  • Smithsonian Magazine (Michael Caruso, Billy Collins, Debra Rosenberg)--50.2, 52.1, 52.3, 52.6
  • Smokey House Center (Danby, Vt.) (Kit Wallace)--48.5
  • Smutny, Martina--47.3, 48.5
  • Snodgrass, W. D. (William De Witt), 1926-2009--39.1
  • Snow College (Ephraim, Utah) (Steve Peterson)--51.1, 52.1
  • Snyder, Gary, 1930- (to Herman Berlandt)--35.2
  • Sokol, John--39.1
  • Solano, Louisa--34.5
  • Soldofsky, Alan (San José State University)--42.1
  • Solo (David Oliveira)--34.1, 36.1
  • Solomon Schechter Day School of Essex and Union (N.J.) (Jane Freeman)--36.1
  • Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Boston (Newton, Mass.) (Evie Weinstein-Park)--49.5
  • Solon Middle School (Solon, Ohio) (Joe Paris)--40.5
  • Somers High School (Lincolndale, N. Y.) (Melissa Curcio)--43.4
  • Somers (N. Y.). Chamber of Commerce (Michael D. McAnaw)--44.3
  • Somers (N. Y.). Library (Pamela Thornton)--37.2
  • Somers (N. Y.). Town Board (Mary Beth Murphy)--37.1
  • Something Understood (radio program) (Philippa Geering)--50.5
  • Sonderegger, Renee--32.2
  • The Song Is You (radio program) (Nancy Marksbury)--39.1
  • Sonnenberg, Ben--34.5, 37.2, 39.1, 40.4
  • Sonoma State College (Eugene H. Soules)--23.4
  • Sontag, Kate--34.5
  • Soper, Gwen--51.1
  • Soricelli, Amy--47.3
  • Soules, Terrill Shepard, 1946- (to New York Times Book Review re. Mary Jo Salter)--39.1
  • Sourcebooks (Susan Benton, Megan M. Casper, Dominique Raccah, Todd Stocke)--39.1, 43.4, 46.1, 56.2
  • Source Books (Mark Eleveld)--26.22
  • Southampton College (Charles Hitchcock, Robert Pattison)--39.1, 43.4
  • Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Commission on Colleges (Belle S. Wheelan)--48.5
  • Southern California Anthology (Ann Stanford Poetry Prize) (Suzanne Harper, Pamela Main)--30.6
  • Southern Connecticut State University (Mary A. Papazian)--52.6
  • Southern Illinois University Press (Hannah K. New)--51.1
  • Southern Poetry Review (Robert Grey, Bob Parham, James Smith)--30.6, 46.1, 52.1
  • Southern Review (Leslie A. Green, Michael Griffith)--34.1, 38.5, 47.3, 48.1
  • Southword Journal Online (Jennifer Matthews)--49.5
  • Southwest Review (Willard Spiegelman)--32.2
  • Southwest Tennessee Community College (Linda Lipinski)--46.1
  • Spain, Mary--52.6
  • Spanierman Gallery (Christine Berry)--27.1
  • Speer, Laurel--31.2
  • Spidel, Lianne--51.1
  • Spikings, Rebecca--39.1
  • Spireng, Matthew J.--34.5, 48.5
  • Spratt, Ellsworth (possible pseudonym)--36.1
  • Spring into Green Conference (Lubbock, Tx.) (Jane Henry)--52.1
  • Springfield Technical Community College (Springfield, Ma.) (Linda Harrington re. Karieann Morehouse)--48.5
  • Springs School (East Hampton, N.Y.) (Valerie Policastro)--49.5
  • Sri Chinmoy: The Peace Meditation at the United Nations (Sanjay Rawal, Ketan Tamm)--39.1
  • Stade, Nathan--47.3
  • Stamatiades, Joseph--39.1
  • Stanford University. School of Medicine (Audrey Shafer)--40.4
  • Starkey, David--32.4
  • Starnes, Sofia M. (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.6
  • Starsefforts.com (Hoa Nguyen)--52.1
  • State of New York. Department of Correctional Services. Green Haven Correctional Facility Library (Frances Sandiford)--32.2
  • State University of New York at Buffalo (Mac Hammond)--30.5-6
  • State University of New York College at Oneonta (Paul Libby)--34.5
  • State University of New York New Paltz (H. R. Stoneback, Pauline Uchmanowicz)--42.1, 70.4
  • Steck, Kaylee--93.2
  • Steele, Timothy--52.1
  • Steffens, Tessa--43.4
  • Stein, Kevin, 1954- --42.1, 43.4
  • Steiner, Lisl--32.2
  • Stephen Leacock Associates--36.1
  • Stephens, Michael Gregory--46.1
  • Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc. (Chris Calhoun, Kelly Farber, Nina Fomufod, Laurie E. Liss, Sterling Lord, Marcy Posner, Jennifer Rockford, Diana Thow, Adelaide Wainwright, Mary Beth ____,)-- 5.10, 26.15, 31.7 (to William Morrow & Co.), 32.2 (also to John Hopkins University Press), 32.5, 34.1, 34.5 (to Random House), 36.1, 35.1 (re. Meg Blackstone), 35.2, 39.1 (also to Ann Godoff of Random House), 37.4, 40.4, 42.1, 43.4, 44.3, 46.1, 47.3, 48.5, 49.5, 51.1, 64.10, 64.12, 65.1, 69.9
  • Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. (Jennifer Williams)--49.5
  • Steven Barclay Agency (Steven Barclay, Susan Durfee, Eliza Fischer)--26.18, 34.5, 35.1-2, 36.1-2, 39.1, 40.4, 43.4, 47.3, 48.1, 48.5, 51.1, 51.3-4, 52.5 (to Random House), 52.6, 56.2, 77.11, 77.14, 89.12
  • Stevenberg, Stan--49.5
  • Stever, Margo (Hudson Valley Writers' Center, Slapering Hol Press)--30.6, 36.1, 47.3, 53.4
  • Stewart, Jack--34.5
  • Stewart, Jill--36.1
  • Stingerstein, Karla--52.6
  • Stivers School for the Arts. (Our Time Is Now) (Shannon Doyne)--39.1
  • Stock, Sue--34.1, 39.1
  • Stone, Anna--49.5
  • Stoneback, H. R.--34.5, 42.1, 43.4
  • Stony Brook Southampton (College) (Carla Caglioti, Lynn Johnson, Tracy McEachern, Carol Mord, Robert Reeves, Adrienne Unger, Sandy White)--51.6, 52.4, 90.5
  • Stony Brook University (Peter Manning)--43.4
  • Stony Brook Bookstore (Cathy Pacheco)--44.3
  • Stout, Carla--40.4
  • Stradley, Shawn Dallas--48.5
  • Stratton, Billie Jean--34.1
  • Straube, Kurt M.--48.5
  • Stravinsky, John--56.1
  • Streznewski, Marylou Kelly, 1935- --47.3
  • Strong, Robert--43.4
  • Stuart, Jane--47.3
  • Studio 360--see WNYC
  • Stutz, Michael--46.1
  • Suarez, Virgil (Florida State University)--77.5
  • Subtropics (Sidney Wade, Terita Heath-Wlaz)--47.3, 49.5
  • Sudalter, Murton--44.3
  • Sullivan, John J.--36.3
  • Sullivan, Richard E.--51.1
  • Sun Valley Writers' Conference (Robin R. Eidsmo)--44.3
  • Sundell, Nina (Lehman College Art Gallery)--36.5
  • Sunken Garden Poetry Festival (Anne Farrow, Alison Meyers)--34.5, 35.3
  • Sussman, Sylvia, Bess Silberforb, and Yetta Malowitz--37.1
  • Sutphen, Joyce--34.5
  • SVWC (Ann, Lynne, and Ellen)--43.4
  • Sweeney, Matthew, 1952- --34.5
  • Sweetwater, Sarah--47.3
  • Swenson, Karen, 1936- --37.2, 39.1, 44.3
  • Swenson Award (Michael Spooner)--49.1
  • Swift, Stephanie--51.1
  • Swift, Susan Drake--54.6
  • Swist, Wally--51.1
  • Swope, Sam (New York Public Library Cullman Center for Teachers, Academy for Teachers)--90.8
  • Sycamore Review (Carolyn LaMontagne, Mehdi Okasi)--34.5, 47.3
  • Sylvester, Ann--35.1
  • Symington, James W. (James Wadsworth), 1927- --39.1, 40.4
  • Symington, Maud--36.5
  • Symphony Space--42.1
  • Sypher, Frank (Saint Nicholas Society)--46.1
  • Szatmari, Phebe--52.1
  • Szold, Nadia--40.4
  • Sztybel, Pamela--27.1
  • Takeaway (radio program) (Mythili Rao re. Write a House)--52.6
  • Talbert, Penny--39.2
  • Tammaro, Thom--34.6, 36.1
  • Tampa Review (Erica Dawson)--50.1
  • Tang, Mary--47.4
  • Tart, Indrek, 1946- --30.6, 31.2, 34.6
  • Tate, James, 1943-2015--42.1, 43.4
  • Tavern Club (Boston, Mass.) (Christopher Smallhorn)--39.2
  • Taylor, Henry, 1942- --32.7, 34.6, 42.1, 64.16
  • Taylor, John--35.1, 40.4
  • Taylor, Natalie (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--50.1
  • Taylor, Richard, 1941- --39.2
  • Teachers & Writers Collaborative (Steve Schrader, Nancy Larson Shapiro)--50.1
  • Teagle Foundation--43.1
  • TED (Chris Anderson, June Cohen)--52.1, 82.8
  • Teichert, Isaiah (New Camaldoli Hermitage (Big Sur, Calif.))--39.2, 42.1, 44.3, 46.1, 47.4
  • Tenneson, Joyce--68.7
  • Tennessee Williams/New Orleans Literary Festival (Dale Edmonds)--39.2
  • Terasaki, Nancy--47.4
  • Terasawa, Miki--39.2
  • Terminus: A Journal of Literature and Art (Chad Prevost)--39.2
  • Terra Incognita (Alexandra van de Kamp)--35.1, 39.2
  • Tessitore, Robert--44.3
  • Teton County Library and Foundation (Pauline Towers-Dykeman)--46.1
  • Texas Council of Teachers of English (Alana Morris)--46.1
  • Texas Tech Press (Betty M. Johnson)--30.4
  • Texas Tech University (Sam Dragga)--48.5, 50.1
  • Texas Tech University. College of Visual & Performing Arts (Jo Moore)--51.1
  • Thacker, Charmaine Sloane--49.5
  • Thelen, Greg--39.2
  • Theodore Roethke Memorial Foundation (Patricia T. Shek)--39.2
  • Thibault, David (to University of Pittsburgh Press)--49.1
  • Third Coast (Mark Halliday, Kirsten Hemmy)--32.7, 39.2
  • Third Friday Book Club (Orlando, Fla.) (Bonnie Trismen)--50.1
  • Thomas, Deborah--43.4
  • Thomas, Emily--46.1
  • Thomas, Joseph--38.2
  • Thompson, Marsha--36.3
  • Thompson, Sue Ellen--69.9
  • Thorne, Nancy--42.1
  • Threepenny Review (Wendy Lesser)--32.7
  • Thurber House (Susanne Jaffe)--39.2
  • Thurston, Anne--52.1
  • Tibbitts, Tim--42.1
  • Tieu, Nathan (Alameda High School)--51.3
  • Tillery, Gary--51.1
  • Tilley, Jim--39.2
  • Times Literary Supplement (Mick Imlah)--35.1, 39.2, 47.4
  • Tin House (periodical) (Amy Bartlett, Cheston Knapp, Holly MacArthur, Brenda Shaughnessy)--39.2, 47.4, 51.1, 72.3
  • Tobin, Daniel--34.6, 35.1, 37.4
  • Todd, Susan--50.1
  • Toimoor, Muhammad Alamgir, 1966- --47.4
  • Tomasky, Michael, 1960- --36.4
  • Toomey, Penelope--50.1
  • Tota, Bonnie--28.12
  • TouchCore (Katherine Price)--52.1
  • Touchstone (Kim Peek)--48.5
  • Towle, Tony--31.7, 36.1, 36.3, 51.1 (re. Paul Violi)
  • Town Hall Bakery (Krista Olson)--osf 9
  • Town School (New York, N.Y.) (Cynthia Millman)--44.3
  • Townsend, Jim--40.4
  • Tramontano, Jan Marin--39.2
  • Transaction (Karen Baliff Ornstein)--40.4
  • Transylvania University (Martha Gehringer)--36.1
  • Treacy, Stephen Delos--39.2
  • Trefethen, Nick--48.5, 51.1
  • Trethewey, Natasha D., 1966- --52.1
  • Trieff, Glenn B. (Winged Foot Golf Club)--46.1
  • TriQuarterly (Susan Hahn, Bob Perlongo)--5.10, 32.2, 32.4, 34.6
  • Trommer, Rosemerry Wahtola (Telluride Writers Guild)--40.4
  • Troutner, Jack--34.6
  • Trowbridge, Thomas R.--40.4
  • Trowbridge, William, 1941- ("Bill")--34.6
  • Trueman, Beth--50.1
  • Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill (Cherie Mittenthal)--46.1
  • Tsong, Eric--52.1
  • Tsurami, Rebecca--42.1
  • Tubbs, Robert, 1954- --46.1
  • Tucker, Duane--52.6
  • Tuesday (Jennifer S. Flescher)--47.4
  • Tufts University. Center for Reading and Language Research (Wendy Galante)--47.4
  • Tundra (Michael Dylan Welch)--42.1
  • Tung, Alison H.--48.5
  • Turco, Lewis--48.5, 50.1
  • Turkle, Ann--see Irwin, Ruth
  • Turner, Leigh--47.4
  • Tuscaloosa Academy (Ginger Rue and students)--40.4
  • Tuthiel, Irene S.--32.4
  • Twarog, Susan Savoca--43.4
  • Twelve Books (Hachette Book Group) (Jonathan Karp)--48.5
  • Twitchell, Kate--52.1
  • Two Rivers Review (Philip Memmer)--34.1
  • Tye, Nathan--52.1
  • Umans, Kate--34.1
  • Umin, Steven M.--36.2
  • Union Club of the City of New York (_____ Bradley)--52.6
  • United States Coast Guard Academy (R. C. Olsen, Jr.)--40.4
  • United States. Congress. House Office of the Clerk (Jeff Trandahl)--39.2
  • United States. Department of State. Copyright and Print Publications (Charles F. Goss)--39.2
  • United States. Department of State. Office of International Information Programs) (Michael J. Bandler, Peter Eckstrom)--39.2, 52.1
  • United States. Department of State (Outline of American Literature) (Yvonne R. Shanks)--42.1
  • United States District Court Southern District of New York--55.12
  • United States. Embassy (Finland) (Cody Douglas Oreck, Pia Vainio)--51.1
  • United States. Embassy (Ireland) (Dan Rooney, Patricia Rooney)--52.1
  • United States. Embassy (New Zealand) (Christine Vivian)--39.2
  • United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Sara J. Bloomfield)--40.4
  • United Valley Libraries (Judith W. Augusta)--40.4
  • Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Press (José Roberto O'Shea)--32.4
  • University College Dublin Library (Madeleine O'Dwyer)--86.12
  • University College Galway James Hardiman Library (B. Finan)--86.12
  • University of Arizona. English and Creative Writing Club (Megan Coe and others)--46.2
  • University of Arizona Poetry Center (Gail Browne, Alison Hawthorne Deming, Rodney Phillips, Frances Sjoberg)--36.2, 39.2, 44.3 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 47.4, 49.1, 50.1
  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock (Ralph _____)--32.2
  • University of Arkansas Press (Chiquita Babb, Mike Bieker, Kevin Brock, Anne Marie Candido, John Coghlan, Martha Estes, Ashley S. Piediscalzi, Susan Portis, Nancy Saunders, James Twiggs, Alan Wilbourn, Miller Williams)--30.4, 30.5 (also to The Nation), 30.6 (also to Ingram-Merrill Foundation and Shakespeare & Co.), 32.7, 34.1, 34.6, 37.2, 43.4, 65.3
  • University of Buffalo (Ansie Baird, Carl Dennis)--40.4, 42.6
  • University of Calgary (Tom Wayman)--47.4
  • University of California, Berkeley (Peter A. Boodberg re. Lawrence Johns)--93.16
  • University of California Press (Nick Arrivo)--49.1
  • University of California, Riverside (William G. Boldt)--46.2
  • University of California, Riverside. Alumni Association (Kyle D. Hoffman)--36.2
  • University of California, Riverside. College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (Amy Smith, Kathryn Vincent)--36.2, 39.2
  • University of California, Riverside. Publications Department--40.4
  • University of California, Riverside. University Library (Melissa Conway)--39.2, 40.4, 46.2, 47.4, 52.6
  • University of California, Santa Barbara. College of Creative Studies (Barry Spacks)--40.4, 56.4
  • University of California, Santa Cruz (James B. Hall)--23.4
  • University of Cambridge International Examinations (Chris Doggett to University of Pittsburgh Press)--44.3, 52.1
  • University of Central Arkansas Press--30.5
  • University of Central Florida Press (Louis M. Trefonas)--30.4
  • University of Chicago Children's Hospital Kids Advisory Board--42.1
  • University of Colorado (Harold D. Kelling)--23.4
  • University of Datona (Anne Pici and students)--42.2
  • University of Dayton (Anne Pici)--43.4
  • University of Denver (Todd Breyfogle)--43.4
  • University of Florida (John P. Leavey, Jr., Sidney Wade)--34.6, 40.4
  • University of Georgia Press (Diane Kistner, Bin Ramke)--30.4, 50.1
  • University of Hawaii (Hideo Aoki, Betty Ruth Heard)--23.4
  • University of Illinois Press (Rebecca Crist, Willis G. Regier)--40.4, 43.3 (to Kevin Prufer)
  • University of Iowa Press (Allison T. Means, Sara T. Sauers)--40.4, 50.1
  • University of Maine at Fort Kent (Jenna Beaulieu)--46.2
  • University of Nebraska at Kearney (Robert M. Luscher)--49.4
  • University of New Hampshire (Charles Simic)--43.4
  • University of New Mexico (Joseph B. Zavadil)--23.4
  • University of Oklahoma. Thatcher Hoffman Smith Prize (Paul B. Bell, Jr., Jeanne
  • Hoffman Smith)--44.3, 47.4
  • University of Oregon (Roland Bartel, Dave Frohnmayer)--23.4, 44.3
  • University of Pittsburgh Press (Margie K. Bachman, Luisa Bonavita, Marla Bucy, Jennifer Flanagan, Eileen Kiley, Dennis Lloyd, Kathy McLaughlin, Ed Ochester, Peter Oresick, Mary Ellen Pearl, Elizabeth Perry, Colleen M. Salcius, Amberle Sherman, Susan Steranchak, Emily Walker, Ann Walston)--5.10 (also to Claremont Graduate School, Los Angeles Times Book Prizes, Poetry Center, Poetry Society of America, and Pulitzer Prizes), 5.11, 7.7 (also to Martin Secker & Warburg and to Rotbuch Verlag), 7.10, 30.6, 32.2, 32.7, 34.1 (also to Oprah Winfrey Show), 34.5 (from Sarabande Books), 34.6, 35.1, 36.2 (to City University of New York. Office of Academic Affairs and HighBridge Audio), 37.3, 39.2, 40.4, 42.1, 43.4, 44.3, 46.2, 47.4 (also to Tufts University), 49.1, 50.1, 50.5 (to KC Permissions), 51.1, 52.1, 52.6, 64.16 (also to Pittsburgh Post-Gazette), 70.8, 76.8
  • University of St. Francis (Marcia Smith Marzec)--37.1
  • University of the South (John M. McCardell, Jr.)--51.1
  • University of the South Young Writers' Conference (Elizabeth Grammer)--51.1
  • University of Tulsa. The Darcy O'Brien Endowed Chair (Steadman Upham)--48.5
  • University of Washington (Robert B. Heilman)--23.4
  • University of Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Center--44.3
  • University Presses of Florida (Karen Harvie)--30.4
  • Unterberg Poetry Center (Bernard Schwartz)--55.12
  • Updike, John--5.11, 32.7, 36.2, 48.1 (to Warner Berthoff)
  • Updike, Martha--49.1
  • Upshaw, Reagan--37.1, 52.6
  • Urban, Nancy--51.1, 52.6
  • Urion, Celia--44.3, 46.2
  • Utah State University Press (Michael Spooner)--52.1
  • Valerius, Joy--50.1
  • Valgemäe, Mardi (Lehman College)--32.2, 33.1, 89.2
  • Valin, Blake--44.4
  • Van Cleave, Ryan G., 1972- --40.6
  • Van der Wel, Claudia--28.12
  • Van Gogh's Ear (Ian Ayres)--42.1
  • Van Hook, Lucille Regina Livingston--40.6
  • Van Landingham, Cheryl B.--34.6, 36.2
  • Van Middhlar, C. Wolfram Swetz--32.4
  • Van Otteren, Juliet--40.6
  • Vanderbilt University. College of Arts and Science (Katherine A. Daniels)--51.3
  • Vanderheof, Fran--36.5
  • VanOosting, James (to Georgia Review)--32.1
  • Vardamis, Alex A., 1934-2014 (Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation)--39.3
  • Vassallo, Maria--52.6
  • Vassar College (Frances D. Fergusson)--42.1
  • Velez, Luis E.--35.1
  • Velez, Lupe--36.4
  • Vermont College (Louise H. Crowley)--39.3
  • Vermont Studio Center (Gary Clark)--35.1, 40.6, 51.3
  • VERSEtility Books (Robert H. Jacob)--31.8, 32.2, 32.4, 32.7
  • Vezina, Lori--52.6
  • Vial, Noelle (Donegal Endeavours)--31.7
  • Vidal, Claude--34.1
  • View (Pamela Brett Erens)--34.6
  • Vigier, Rachel, 1955- --39.3, 46.2
  • Vilcek Foundation (Rick Kinsel)--50.1, 52.1
  • The Village Voice (James Ledbetter)--31.8
  • Vineyard, Ben--36.2
  • Vineyard Gazette (Rachel Nava Rohr)--46.2
  • Vinyl Café (Radio program) (Stuart McClean)--38.4
  • Violi, Paul, 1944-2011--47.4
  • Virginia Association of Teachers of English (Lisa B. Kenny)--44.4
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Carolyn Rude, Tamera Shepherd)--44.4
  • Virginia Quarterly Review (Ted Genoways)--26.18, 43.4
  • Visco, Vincent--36.4, 40.6
  • Vista High School (Vista, Calif.) (Kathleen Lamb)--44.3
  • Vitalli, J. Jules--40.6
  • Vitow, Mike ("Mickey")--28.10, 28.12
  • Vocal Essence (Philip Brunelle)--40.6
  • Voell, Tim (Suminski Innski B&B)--52.1
  • W. W. Norton & Company (Jill Bialosky, Margaret Gorenstein, Tom Mayer, Nicole Netherton, Nancy J. Rodwan, Carol Houck Smith, J. Connor Sullivan, Robert Weil)--35.1, 36.2 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 40.6 (re. Clive James), 42.1, 43.4, 44.4, 46.2, 47.4, 49.1, 51.1 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 51.3 (also re. Antonio Lobo Antunes)
  • Waddell, Samuel--42.3
  • Wade, Wanda ("W. cakes")--9.2, 28.8
  • Wadsworth College Publishers (Karyn Morrison to University of Pittsburgh Press)--43.4
  • Walker, D. Rodman--34.1, 34.6
  • Walker, Doreen--39.3
  • Walker, Ellen--47.4
  • Walker, Jeff--47.4
  • Walker, Nolan--33.1
  • Walker, Rita--42.3, 50.1
  • Wallace, Tom ("T.P." "tome")--29.2-4, 30.1, 30.6-8
  • Walloon Writers' Retreat (John D. Lamb)--44.4
  • Walrus Magazine (Richard _____)--42.3
  • Walsh, Francis ("Frank") and Maureen--47.4
  • Walsh, Thunderbolt Kevin--46.2
  • Walt Whitman Birthplace Association (Barbara M. Bart, Cynthia Shor)--42.3, 43.4, 49.1, 50.1
  • Walters, Breena--52.1
  • Wanek, Connie, 1952- --34.1, 36.4
  • Ward, L. E., 1944- --36.2
  • Ward, Ramsey--46.2
  • Warfield, Marshall--39.3
  • Warlick, Ashley--36.2, 37.2
  • Warner, Callie (Dartmouth High School)--52.1
  • Warner, Rix?-- 28.7
  • Warner, Tom, 1979- --52.1
  • Washburn, Joycemarie--31.4
  • Washington College (John S. Toll)--39.3
  • Washington Square (Katherine Dimma, Stuart Greenhouse, Sarah Kain)--34.1, 34.6, 39.3, 40.6
  • Waters, Marilyn--34.1
  • Watson, Patrick--47.4
  • Watson, Sam and Anne Knight Watson--52.6
  • Watering, Hilary van de)--51.3
  • Wayman, Tom, 1945- --40.6
  • WCSH Portland (Becki Smith)--47.4
  • Weaver, Taylor (University Interscholastic League Poetry Interpretation)--46.2
  • Webb, Barbara and David--36.5
  • Webb, Charles--30.6
  • Webb, Phyllis, 1927- --42.3
  • Weber, Bruce (New York Times)--64.16
  • Weber, Stacy Gillis--36.4
  • Webster, Colleen--34.1
  • Wedekind, Stephanie--34.1, 34.6, 42.3
  • Wednesday Club (St. Louis, Mo.) (Marilyn Ortinau, Betty J. Smith)--52.1, 52.6
  • Wedow, Suzanne ("Susan")--40.6
  • The Week Magazine (Katherine Steinberg)--42.3
  • Weiner, Estha--36.5, 39.3, 40.6
  • Weiner, Steven R.--44.4
  • Weingarten, Roger--35.3
  • Weinstein, Norman, 1948- --40.6
  • Weisberg, Lois, 1925-2016--36.2
  • Weiss, David--34.1
  • Weiss, Jan--37.2
  • Weiss, Nancy--51.3
  • Welch, James P.--46.2
  • Welch, Michael--52.6
  • Wells, Kate (Smith Flat Charter High School)--47.4, 49.1
  • Wentworth, Marjory, 1958- --50.1, 76.12
  • Wesley, Jan--34.1, 34.6
  • Wesley College (Dónal O'Connor, Caroline Shaw, Stephanie Veitch)--44.4
  • West 10th (Abbey Fenbert)--47.4
  • West Branch (periodical) (Karl Patten, Robert Taylor)--5.10, 31.6, 34.6
  • West Custer County Library District (Marty Frick)--47.4
  • West Hartford Public Library (Joseph Cadieux)--44.4
  • Westbrook, Matthew--51.3
  • Westbury Memorial Public Library (Cathleen Coogan Towey)--36.2
  • Westchester Arts Council (Janet T. Langsam, Jonathan Mann, Abby Popper)--39.3, 40.6, 53.4
  • Westchester Community College Faculty Student Association (Mary Ellen Le Clair- Gates)--30.5
  • Westchester Library Association (Janet M. Murphy, Amy K. Small)--40.6
  • WestEd (Patrick Trickel to University of Pittsburgh Press)--52.6
  • Western Humanities Review (David McGlynn, Jenny Mueller, Amanda Pecor)--7.7, 32.4, 32.7, 34.1, 43.4
  • Westminster School (Michael Cervas)--36.2
  • Weston, John, 1937 or 1938- --40.6
  • Westover School (Joanne A. Wood)--36.2
  • Westport Public Library (Maxine Bleiweis)--44.4
  • WGBH Educational Foundation (Brigid Sullivan)--49.1
  • Whalen, John M.--4.20-21, 30.8
  • Wheaton College (Monica Key)--42.3
  • Whilby, Faye--37.2
  • Whiskey Island Magazine (Tracy J. Pfeiffer)--53.1
  • White, Becky--36.2
  • White, Leon--49.1
  • White, Mary Jo--49.1
  • White, Randy--42.3
  • White Muzzle Fund (Michael Weiss)--50.1
  • White Plains Public Library (Sandra C. Miranda)--36.2
  • Whitehead, Dawn--42.3
  • Whitehead, Jett--40.6
  • Whitman, Matty--49.2
  • Whitman College (Tom Cronin, Katrina Roberts)--43.4
  • Whitmarsh, Jason--49.1
  • Whitney, Diana--42.3
  • Whitney, Richard--46.2
  • Whittemore, M. Chase--47.4
  • Whittemore, Helen--40.6, 43.4, 49.1, 51.3
  • Whittemore, Reed--42.3, 49.1
  • Whitworth, William ("Bill")--44.4
  • WHYY (Laruen Krenzel)--50.1
  • Wicks, Gene and Bonny--36.3
  • Wieczorek, Dave--47.4
  • Wiese, Brooke--32.2, 32.4, 32.7
  • Wignot, Jamila (American Experience: Walt Whitman)--46.2
  • Wilbur, Richard (to Ben Greer)--48.2
  • Wilder, Mary Kate--50.1
  • Wilder, Rex--43.4
  • Wildwood School (Los Angeles, Calif.) (Ben Fussiner and students)--42.4
  • Willett, Carolyn K.--34.1
  • William Fremd High School Writers Week (Gary Anderson, Tony Romano, and students)--36.2, 42.5
  • William Morrow & Company, Inc. (Michael Murphy, Liz Portland, Adrian Zackheim)--7.10, 31.3-4, 31.7
  • Williams, Bob (Book Darts)--52.1
  • Williams, Jerry, 1964- --47.4
  • Williams, Martha--47.4
  • Williams, Miller (University of Arkansas Press)--30.4-5, 30.6 (also to Ingram-Merrill Foundation), 32.7, 37.2, 39.3, 47.4, 52.1
  • Williams, Patrick--47.4
  • Williamson, Janet Shankman--28.12
  • Williamson, Linda--50.1
  • Willoughby, Lee--47.4
  • Willow Springs (Brett Ortler)--44.4
  • Wills, Dennis (D. G. Wills Books)--43.4; see also La Jolla Cultural Society
  • Wilson, Brian L.--42.3
  • Wilson, Carol A.--40.6
  • Wilson, Vicki--46.2
  • Wilson Library Bulletin (William R. Eshelman)--29.2
  • Wiman, Christian (Poetry)--3.1, 40.3, 43.3, 44.2, 45.5, 47.2, 48.4, 49.5
  • Winch, Terence--50.1
  • Winchester Foundation for Educational Excellence (Diane Brewster)--40.6
  • Windham, Revish--40.6
  • Winkler, Ron--51.3
  • Winship, Kihm--39.3
  • Winter Park High School (Winter Park, Florida) (Lisa Nix, Patricia Schoene, and students)--52.2
  • Wishman, Samantha--44.4
  • Wits (radio program) (Larissa Anderson)--50.1
  • Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. (Todd Tremlin)--39.3
  • WMFE-TV (Television station: Orland, Fla.) (Mac Dula, Vierka Kleinova)--52.6, 56.2
  • WNET (Television station: New York, N. Y.) (Anu Krishnan to Poetry)--34.5
  • WNYC (Radio station: New York, N. Y.) (Mythili Rao, Michele Siegel, Brenda Williams-Butts)--40.6, 43.4, 52.6
  • Wobker, Thomas F.--52.6
  • Wolf, Stephen--44.4
  • Wolfe, Byron--40.6
  • Wolff, Michael--51.3
  • Wolfson, Robert J.--50.1
  • Wolkowsky, David (re. Barbara Jean Day Hersey)--47.4
  • Wolpaw, James ("Jim")--39.3
  • Woman's Club of Winter Park (Pat Miller)--50.1
  • Wood, F.--34.6
  • Woodward, Richard B. ("Ricky") and Susan--37.2, 39.3
  • Wooster Review (Carrie Allison, Jon Barclay)--30.4
  • Wor-Wic Tech Community College (Karen G. Davis)--31.6
  • Wordsmith (Joan Siegel)--5.10, 7.7, 30.6, 32.2
  • Wormwood Review--30.4-6
  • Wright, Emily--51.3
  • Wright, Jillian--42.3
  • Wright, Kanika--50.1
  • Wrigley, Robert, 1951- --47.4, 49.1, 52.6
  • The Writer's Almanac (Minnesota Public Radio) (Nancy Blakestad, Liz Fleischman, Garrison Keillor, Patricia "Lucia" McFadden, Kathy Roach)--32.2, 32.4, 32.7, 34.1, 34.6, 39.2-3, 43.4 (to University of Pittsburgh Press), 46.2, 47.4, 49.1, 52.1 (to Random House)
  • The Writer's Center (Bethesda, Md.) (Gerry Connolly)--34.1
  • The Writer's Chronicle (Supriya Bhatnagar)--44.4
  • Writers Center (Elgin Community College) (Pat Parks re. Marc Petersen)--34.1
  • Writers in Focus (Los Angeles County Museum of Art) (Laurel Ann Bogen)--39.3
  • Writers on America (State Dept. publication) (Mike _____)--26.10
  • Wunsch, Susi--36.2
  • WritersCorps--see Borders Books & Music (Washington, D. C.)
  • Wynne, Robert--34.1
  • Yale University Press (Sarah Miller)--50.1
  • Yandle, Paul--49.1, 50.1
  • Yans-McLaughlin, Virginia, 1943- ("Ginny")--39.3, osb 1
  • Yates, Maggi and Bob--37.1
  • Yates, Margaret--47.4
  • Yencharis, Sharon--47.4
  • Ylvisaker, Anne--36.2
  • Young, Diane--36.2
  • Young, Ed and Martha--39.3
  • Young, K. Alice (to Anne Dillard)--50.3
  • Young, Kevin (Emory University)--52.1
  • Young, Loretta--47.4
  • Young, Lung Chang ("Larry")--44.4, 46.2
  • Young, Marina--51.3
  • Young, Philip B.--40.6
  • Young Writers Institute (Scott Whipple)--32.2
  • Your Daily Poem (Jayne Jaudon Ferrer to Maureen Ocasio)--51.3
  • Youtt, Harry--39.3
  • Zacher, Christian K. ("Chris")--35.3, 40.6, 52.6
  • Zagreb Literary Talks--52.1
  • Zaleski, Philip--50.1
  • Zandarski, Grace--36.5
  • Zapata, Miguel Angel--89.11, 94.17
  • Zaretsky, Inessa--39.3
  • Zarzyski, Paul--40.6
  • Zayas, Michael de--31.8, 32.3, 32.7
  • Zeng, Timothy (Alameda High School)--51.3
  • Zenhaeusern, Burgi--47.4
  • Zerner, Ruth--39.3, 40.6
  • Zipter, Yvonne, 1954- --36.2
  • Yo Gallery--39.3
  • Zlotnick, Karen (John Jay Middle School)--50.1
  • Zlotsky, Dmitry--50.1
  • Zoland Books, Inc. (Christine Alaimo)--31.7
  • Zone 3 (Malcolm Glass, David Till)--30.5
  • Zoo Press (Neil Azebedo)--36.2
  • Zulkey, Richard E.--36.4
  • ZYZZYVA (Howard Junker)--42.3
  • Unidentified
  • _____, Abigail--20.5
  • _____, Agnieszka (student)--39.4
  • _____, Aisling--37.3
  • _____, Alealli? ("aka")--37.2 (Seattle, rock climber)
  • _____, Alice--48.1
  • _____, Anne--29.7
  • _____, Annie W.--42.6
  • _____, Barbara--36.3
  • _____, Beatrice--29.1
  • _____, Beth--37.
  • _____, Bill--86.12
  • _____, Bob--29.1
  • _____, Bob--37.3
  • _____, Bobbie--32.1
  • _____, Bonni and Dennis--29.1, 53.1
  • _____, Bozotz--77.5
  • _____, Cate--41.1, 49.2
  • _____, Carol--29.9
  • _____, Charlie--43.5
  • _____, Chase--30.3
  • _____, Cherry (to Diane)--29.5
  • _____, Chris--30.3
  • _____, Chris--77.5
  • _____, Colette-- 28.9
  • _____, Colleen--33.1-2
  • _____, Colin--37.2
  • _____, Connie (Diane's cousin)--29.9, 30.1, 36.5
  • _____, D and B--31.2
  • _____, D and H--30.1
  • _____, D and P--30.3
  • _____, Dan--29.1
  • _____, Dan--34.2
  • _____, Dan--48.1
  • _____, Dave--29.5 (also one to Debbie Ross)
  • _____, Dave and J.S.--30.3
  • _____, David--4.21 (from Collins)
  • _____, David--29.1
  • _____, "The Dean"--30.2
  • _____, Deb--37.3
  • _____, Diane--52.3
  • _____, Donna--29.1
  • _____, Earl--30.1, 37.2
  • _____, "Eduard" "Eddie the F"--30.3, 30.8
  • _____, Ellen--36.4
  • _____, Elizabeth (aspiring childrens' book author/illustrator)--29.5
  • _____, Elizabeth--37.1
  • _____, Frances--osb 1
  • _____, Frances--57.3
  • _____, Frank and Ann--37.2
  • _____, Gail--41.1
  • _____, G. C. (for unidentified periodical)--53.2
  • _____, G. H.--30.3
  • _____, Jack--30.3, 30.6, 31.1
  • _____, Jacquelin I.--53.2
  • _____, Janet and David--36.3
  • _____, Janty--36.5
  • _____, Jason--42.4
  • _____, Jean--37.1
  • _____, Jenifer (to Diane Olbright)--29.5
  • _____, Jesse--46.3
  • _____, Jewell--37.2 (possibly Stuckert)
  • _____, Jim (from Collins, asking him to read at Katonah)--65.10
  • _____, JoAnn--32.1
  • _____, Joel--37.1
  • _____, John--28.7
  • _____, John--37.1
  • _____, John--37.3
  • _____, John and Nellie--23.2
  • _____, "John Cage Popcorn"--28.9
  • _____, Judith--37.1
  • _____, Judy--36.3
  • _____, Julia--51.4
  • _____, Julie--77.5
  • _____, Julius --32.5
  • _____, Kelly, Alex, David, and Brendan--37.1
  • _____, L. B. M.--51.4
  • _____, L. M.--32.5
  • _____, Laura--36.3
  • _____, Lauren--33.2
  • _____, "Little Lil"--4.20
  • _____, Lizbeth--45.1
  • _____, Luna and George--28.11
  • _____, M. B.--28.8
  • _____, Marcel--30.2
  • _____, Margot--41.1, 42.6
  • _____, Marsha--23.3, 28.9
  • _____, Mary--29.6
  • _____, Maryann and Lisa--30.7
  • _____, Megan--43.5
  • _____, Megan and George--50.2
  • _____, Melissa--43.5
  • _____, Mike--23.3
  • _____, Molly--43.5
  • _____, Nancy--28.9, 28.11, 29.1
  • _____, Nancy and Ed--36.3, 37.2
  • _____, Nick (radio show, Colorado)--47.4
  • _____, Abbey P.--45.1
  • _____, Pete and Rusti--46.3
  • _____, Philip--53.1
  • _____, R.--31.6
  • _____, Reneé--36.4
  • _____, Richard--29.3
  • _____, Ross--51.4
  • _____, Sally--53.1
  • _____, Sally--49.2
  • _____, Sara--49.2
  • _____, Sarah M.--41.4
  • _____, Scott--36.5
  • _____, Sheila B.--33.2
  • _____, Shelby--55.12
  • _____, Shirley--46.3
  • _____, Sue, Ezra, and Isabelle--35.2
  • _____, Susan (high school prom date)--osb 1
  • _____, Susan--41.1
  • _____, Susan and John--37.3
  • _____, Terry--36.4
  • _____, Tim, _____, and Siena--33.2
  • _____, Timo?--30.3
  • _____, Toni--37.3
  • _____, Tracy H.--42.6
  • _____, Tricia--39.4
  • _____, Victor and Sydney--33.2
  • _____, Wren--36.3
  • _____, Yvonne--37.2
  • Unsigned--23.3, 28.9, 28.11, 29.1, 29.3, 29.5, 29.7-9, 30.1, 30.3, 30.7, 32.5, 33.1-2, 34.2, 35.2, 37.3, 39.4, 45.1, 46.3, 53.1-2, 64.3

Index of Works by Others Not Listed in the Container List

  • Abernethy, Christo. Tunes People Know (poem)--34.2
  • Adams, Barbara Block. Archaeology: Greek Statue (poem)--45.1
  • Addonizio, Kim
    • Likeness (poem)--33.2
    • Night of the Living, Night of the Dead (poem)--33.2
  • Anzalone, Anthony. Poem booklets--46.3
  • Auchard, Betty. Our New Poet (essay)--37.3
  • Backner, Terry. Paradelles (poems)--43.5
  • Baird, Ansie
    • Divorce Haikus (poem)--45.1
    • What Else and Everything (poem)--45.1
  • Baney, Pat, Carlos Escolar, and Gayle Escolar. Los Nombres (Spanish translation of The Names)--37.3
  • Bates, Gloria Banos. Parsnip (poem)--49.2
  • Bebelaar, Judy
    • Breath (poem)--45.1
    • Thinking of Szymborksa's Poem, One Version of Events (poem)--45.1
    • To a Stranger Born in Some Distant Country Hundreds of Years from Now (poem) --45.1
    • Walking Across the Pacific (poem)--45.1
  • Bergman, Natalie S. Up Close and Personal (essay)--51.4
  • Berne, Henry. Images: Reflections on Some Poems of Billy Collins (essay)--34.2
  • Bernstein, Maya. After Hearing Billy Collins Read Lanyard and Express His Delight in Long Poem Titles (poem)--37.3
  • Bernstein, Norman J. A Name Ommitted (sic)…No Other Name (poem)--37.3
  • Berntsen, Karen Kornblum. Various poems--46.3
  • Berthoff, Warner
    • Billy Collins (1) to Billy Collins (2) (poem)--32.3
    • On Reading, and Enjoying, Billy Collins (essay)--32.3
  • Bibby, Patricia Calhoun. Various printed poems--41.2
  • Biem, Shanti. Ode to Billy Collins (poem)--37.3
  • Blackaby, Susan. Billy Collins in an Ideal World (poem)--50.2
  • Blonder, Alex. Beside a Country Road (poem)--51.4
  • Blythe, Anne. The Poet's Eye (poem)--52.3
  • Bogen, Laurel Ann
    • The Door for Love and Death (poem)--33.2
    • Washing a Language (poem)--33.2
  • Bonney, Barbara
    • Jazz at the Promontory, Thursday Night (poem)--45.1
    • Latin Wings (poem)--45.1
    • Tall Stacks Festival, Cincinnati (poem)--45.1
  • Bratten, Elizabeth S. Regarding Billy Collins (poem)--37.3
  • Broach, Lyn Marie. For Billy Collins (poem)--39.4
  • Broderick, Colin. For My Teacher, Billy Collins (poem)--20.1
  • Brown, Steven. Onward and Outward (poem)--43.5
  • Bukowski, Charles
    • 4 cops (poem)--93.6
    • 5.90 per pound (poem)--93.6
    • Another Day in the Time of the Time (poem)--93.6
    • At Vegas You Have to Put up Two to Get One That I Quit… (poem)--93.6
    • Attack and Retreat (poem) --93.6
    • …A Big Thursday Night at Hollywood and Western… (poem)--93.6
    • Culture (poem)--93.6
    • Escape (poem)--93.6
    • Grace (poem)--93.6
    • Have a Nice Day (poem)--93.6
    • Lazing in San Pedro (poem)--93.6
    • Let Nothing Ever Happen (poem)--93.6
    • Lighting a Cigarette Between Drinks (poem)--93.6
    • Movie (poem)--93.6
    • On Bums, Heroes, and Insects… (poem)--93.6
    • One-ball Willie (poem)--93.6
    • One for Sherwood Anderson (poem)--93.6
    • A Place to Go (poem)--93.6
    • A Saturday Afternoon (poem)--93.6
    • The Stink (poem)--93.6
    • Success (poem)--93.6
    • Uncrowned (poem)--93.6
    • Vision (poem)--93.6
  • Burch, Jennifer. Sonnet: For Billy Collins, March 3, 1999 (poem)--34.2
  • Burke, Lauren. Meeting the Author (poem)--45.1
  • Campbell, Susan. Something Like the Three Large Pages He Envisioned (poem)--43.5
  • Carley, James. Walking Across the Atlantic (musical score for the poem by Collins)--37.4
  • Carlson, Elizabeth. Dear Billy: For Billy Collins (poem)--34.2
  • Carnohan, Michael Casey. Review of Billy Collins (essay)--41.1
  • Casey, Susan
    • The First Thing I Ever Stole (poem)--46.3
    • My Bad (poem)--46.3
  • Chase, Linda. Ray Charles Visits Suite 1, Radiotherapy Department Christie's Hospital, Manchester England (poem)--46.3
  • Cincala, Todd. Various poems--92.10
  • Clark, Tom. Born Yesterday (poem)--46.3
  • Clay, George. The Peeping Tom (poem)--33.2
  • Cleary, Suzanne. After Listening to French Tapes I Pose Some Questions of My Own (poem)--41.1
  • Cleghorn, Cassandra
    • Friends of Poetry (poem)--34.2
    • Grow Your Own Fruit (poem)--34.2
  • Coffey, Miranda
    • Geography (poem)--37.4
    • On the Edge of His Bed (poem)--37.4
  • Connell, Linda
    • The Lexicologist (poem)--34.2
    • Meeting Billy Collins (poem)--34.2, 39.6, 40.3
  • Coveny, Kelly. Billy Would Have Said It Was Okay (poem)--45.1
  • Cranston, Sally. News (poem)--37.4
  • Crosby, Mary. Canis Majoris (Dog Star)--91.19
  • Culwell, David. The Orb Web (poem)--69.7
  • Dallas, Robynne. Stranger Things Have Happened (The Flight of the Reader)--39.6
  • Damrosch, Anne. After an All-Night Snow (haiku)--50.3
  • Daniels, Jim. The Fall (poem)--35.1
  • Daub, Christina. Various poems--32.5
  • Davidson, Ian. Night Flight (poem)--88.5
  • Davis, Dee Kohanna
    • Green Light (poem)--34.3
    • A Poem in Two Movements (poem)--34.3
    • Portraits of My Children at the Turn of the Century (poem)--34.3
  • Davis, Joy L.
    • Introduction to An I on Death: Consideration of Billy Collins' Poems on Death (essay)--49.2
    • A Reading of Billy Collins' Poem Endangered (essay)--49.l2
  • De Salvo, Steven. Remembrance of Patricia Bibby (zine)--41.2
  • Dobyns, Steven. He Told Her He Loved Her (poem)--50.4
  • Dolch, Jessie
    • Not Enough Cats (poem)--37.5
    • Writing a Letter to the Poet Laureate (poem)--37.5
  • Dorris, Bill. Heroes & Mud: The Realities vs. Myths of Becoming a ‘Great' Poet (article)--46.4
  • Dorsey, Emma. Billy Collins' Eyelashes (poem)--43.6
  • Drake, Susan Swift
    • Ingredients (poem)--54.6
    • Lake Michigan List Last Day of June (poem) --54.6
    • Required Reading (Running into Anne) (poem)--54.6
  • Drake, William
    • One Billy to Another (poem)--37.1
    • The Unintended Consequences of Everyday Living (poem)--37.1
  • Duncanson, Joann Snow. In the Palm of His Hand (poem)--46.4
  • Dwyer, Helene. Afterlife (poem)--48.4
  • Einbond, Bernard Lionel. Various haiku--33.3
  • Engel, Harold. Modeling Billy (poem)--39.6
  • Faber, Becky. When at a Loss for an Ending (poem)--48.2
  • Fabrizi, Mark A. Droplets (poem)--43.6
  • Fagan, Aaron
    • Cum Grano Salis: For Billy Collins (poem)--36.3
    • Stone (poem)--41.2
  • Farnworth, Demian. The Hive Where Words Live: To Anne Sexton (poem)--49.3
  • Felsch, Paul
    • Lake (poem)--39.6
    • Morning Prelude for the Bricklayer (poem)--39.6
    • Pelicans, Barnacle (poem)--39.6
  • Ferraz, Maria Christina. My Room (poem)--52.4
  • Fites, Jeff
    • Istalif (poem)--45.2
    • Life Goes On (poem)--45.2
    • The Light Show (poem)--45.2
  • Fleming, Holly. Me and My Monkey (poem)--32.5
  • Flyer, Natasha. New York (poem)--34.3
  • Forde, Declan. The Mountainy Man's Christmas (poem)--46.4
  • Fort, John H.
    • The Death of Life (poem)--38.1
    • Now There's You (poem)--38.1
  • Frank, Sheila. Waiting for Billy (poem)--39.6
  • Friend, Barbara. A Mash Note to Billy Collins (poem)--38.l
  • Frost, Robert. Sand Dunes (poem)--52.6
  • Gaffney, Jan. Taking Off Billy Collins' Clothes (poem)--38.l
  • Gahl, Kathryn. Tacking Behind Billy Collins (poem)--46.5
  • Gallagher, Michael. Ode to a Censored Scene from Tarzan (poem)--48.2
  • Gannon, Megan. Various poems--34.3
  • Garcia, Carmen
    • The Breakfast Table (poem)--45.2
    • Silence (poem)--45.2
  • Garden, Donna
    • The Ballad of Lady Day (poem)--38.l
    • Deference (poem)--38.2
    • I Need to Know (poem)--38.2
    • My Side of the Story (poem)--38.2
    • The One That Got Away (poem)--38.l
    • Think! (poem)--38.2
    • When You Get to a Certain Age (poem)--38.2
  • Gardner, Brieghan. Various poems--41.2
  • Garroway, Jill M. And Another Thing… (poem)--42.7
  • Gayner, Jennifer. My Love Affair with Billy Collins (poem)--45.2
  • Gerber, Leslie
    • Erosion (poem)--51.5
    • Lies of the Poets (poem)--51.5
    • Like Her (poem)--52.4
  • Gilman, Suzannah. Afternoon in County Clare (poem)--56.1
  • Glass, Malcolm. Dogs (poem)--51.5
  • Golob, Anne. Waiting in Line for the Poet to Sign My Book (poem)--38.l
  • Gonzalez, Joanne. In Virginia's Room (poem)--38.l
  • Gorman, Alice. Thank You, Billy Collins (poem)--38.l
  • Gould, Rick. Enjambment (poem)--50.3
  • Gregg, Cindy. Looking Up (poem)--40.1
  • Grigsby, Susan. Sudden Truths Avoided (poem)--34.3
  • Grooms, Jean. The Reader Responds: August in Paris (poem)--49.3
  • Grosz, Devorah. Snowfall and the Painter (poem)--45.2
  • Guerci, Lisa. Road Trip (poem)--40.1
  • Gurga, Lee
    • Alpha and Omega (poem)--46.5
    • Haiku--46.5
  • Hacker, Marilyn. Crossing State Lines: An American Renga (renga contribution)--48.5
  • Hamblin, Robert. The Book Falls from My Hands (poem)--45.2
  • Hamway, Ulele. It's All Greek to Me (poem)--48.2
  • Harlan, Jeff. Talking with Billy Collins (poem)--37.3
  • Harman, Michele Pizaro. Various poems--48.2
  • Hawley, Jes. A Poem for a Poet (poem)--49.3
  • Hazo, Samuel. The Glory of Monotony (poem)--46.5
  • Head, Gordon L. The Book Store Encounter (poem)--45.2
  • Healey, Ryan. You Bug the Hell Out of Me (poem)--41.3
  • Herring, Amy
    • All Heart (poem)--38.2
    • The War Room (poem)--38.2
  • Hill, Terrence N. Song for Billy Collins (poem)--41.3
  • Hitchcock, Margaret. Dear Billy Collins (poem)--35.3
  • Hogan, Dee Dee
    • Inhale (poem)--43.6
    • Review of Nine Horses--43.6
  • Holden, Karen
    • Animal Intelligence (poem)--33.3
    • Tawny Golden Girl (poem)--33.3
  • Holloway, Jennifer. Eating a Vermonster with Ganesh (poem)--49.2
  • Hoover, Mary E. "Bette"
    • After Reading Influence by Billy Collins (poem)--45.2
    • Entropy (poem)--45.2
    • The Squirrels of March (poem)--45.2
  • Horvath, T. Poetry Manifesto (poem)--38.2
  • Houchin, Ron. The unnaming, 1958 (for Claude Monet) (poem)--24.16
  • Howard, Lois Batchelor. Lying (poem)--50.4
  • Hunley, Tom C. The Poetry Gymnasium: 94 Proven Exercises to Shape Your Best Verse (excerpts from book)--49.3
  • Huston, Larry. Shootout at the Short Branch (poem)--43.6
  • Inches, Susan. Poems--48.2
  • Jones, Abigail. Why I Keep Your Poems in the House (poem)--42.7
  • Keiffer, Ann. I've Got a Thing for Billy Collins (poem)--48.3
  • Klenz, Jennifer. Re: In Solution and Dependence (poem)--33.3
  • Sears, Olivia E. and Laura Rastrelli. I morti (Italian translation of Collins' The Dead)--5.10
  • Jacobowitz, Melissa Yael. For Billy (poem)--42.7
  • Johns, Lawrence "Larry." Various poems included in letters to Collins--28.8-9, 28.11, 29.1, 29.3, 53.1
  • Jones, Danell. Reading Like a Tourist and Other Activities: Billy Collins in the AP Classroom (teaching materials)--41.1
  • Joseph, Rebecca. Essay on Billy Collins--52.6
  • Kalina, Jana
    • Dear Billy Collins (poem)--49.4
    • The Plotting of Ovid and His Mistress (poem)--49.4
    • Pub Crawl (poem)--49.4
    • VV (poem)--49.4
  • Kinsolving, Susan. Fill the Cavity with Crumbs (poem)--45.4
  • Kirk, Nicole C. A Conversation with Poet Billy Collins' Flight of the Reader (article)--41.2
  • Klee, Paul. The Two Mountains (poem)--50.3
  • Knight, Joe Ricky. Various poems included in letters to Collins--42.7, 44.1, 45.4, 47.1, 49.4
  • Koertge, Ron
    • For and After Billy Collins (poem)--32.3
    • Old & Neglected (poem)--34.4
  • Kowit, Steve. The Workout (poem)--32.3
  • Kremer, Mark. Midnight (poem)--37.4
  • Kronenberg, Mindy. Haute Couture (poem)--45.4
  • Kuhn, Darlyn Finch. Taking Off Billy Collins' Clothes (poem)--42.7
  • Lane, Arthur E. Various poems included in letters to Collins--28.8, 29.2-3
  • Lane, Maggie. Billy Collins, Please Save the Baby! (Poem Elf blog post)--50.4
  • Langham, Mark. The Autograph (short story)--45.4
  • Langill, Christine. Sex with Billy Collins (poem)--41.3
  • Lannon, Carol. Charming Billy (article)--47.3
  • Larsen, Olivia R. Conclave (poem)--52.4
  • Lay, Nathan. On the Inside (poem)--48.2
  • Le Clair-Gates, Mary Ellen. Painterly Poet: Eamon Grennan, Katonah Library, 1985 (poem)--30.5
  • LeFebvre, Joyce A. Paradelles and poem--52.4
  • Levine, James A. Billy Collins in My Pocket (poem)--45.4
  • Libby, Anthony
    • Be the Worst (for Philip Larkin) (poem)--33.3
    • Billy Collins Tells Me about His New Poem…--33.3
  • Linscott, Diane. You Are Such a Fool (To Call Me Beautiful) (lyrics)--40.2
  • Lovas, Jeannine. All I Ever Needed to Know, I Learned from Billy Collins (poem)--41.3
  • Lucas, Michael. The Reaction of Billy Collins to Poetic Barbed Wire (poem)--49.4
  • Luscher, Robert M. Teaching Updike's A&P: Shopping for Significance (essay)--49.4
  • Lyons, Rice. Dear Billy Collins (poem)--38.3
  • M_____, L. B. Do What Is Right—No Matter How You May Suffer (poem)--51.4
  • MacDonald, Annie. From My Window (poem)--35.3
  • Mackey, Ned
    • The Musicologist (poem)--52.5
    • Self Portrait (poem)--44.1
  • Magboo, Virginia. The Scansion of Demeter's Heart (poem)--45.4
  • Majmudar, Amit. On Difficulty (essay)--52.5
  • Marks, Teri McDowell. Various poems sent to Collins--44.1
  • Marshland, Brad. On Not Being Billy Collins (poem)--41.4
  • Martin, Deirdre St. Clair. Various poems--38.4
  • Matthews, William. Tomorrow (poem)--31.8
  • Maxwell, Glyn. Deep Sorriness Atonement Song (poem)--33.3
  • Mayer, Barbara J. Cherry Ames, Student Nurse (poem)--33.3
  • McCarthy, J. R. Back in the Holy Bronx (poem)--49.4
  • McCarty, Patti. By Down the Shoresea (poem)--40.2
  • McClure, Joshua. Disappearing (illustrated writings)--41.4
  • McEntyre, Marilyn Chandler. From the Pacific Time Zone (poem)--44.1
  • McEwen, Todd. Schlock Sticker (poem)--34.4
  • McLennan, Helen
    • From Helen (poem)--50.2
    • Helen's Hello (poem)--50.2
  • McQuilkin, Eleanor A. Le Voila (poem)--33.3
  • McQuilkin, Liz. In Bed with Billy Collins (poem)--50.4
  • Meeker, David. Various poems included in letters to Collins--29.2-3
  • Menashe, Samuel. Rest in Peace (poem)--40.2
  • Meskill, Carla. Billy Collins' House (poem)--50.3
  • Michaud, Catherine. Paradelle for Eleni (poem)--41.4
  • Milano, Michael R.
    • I Became a Doctor (poem)--47.1
    • Me and Sean (poem)--47.1
    • Vision (poem)--47.1
  • Mitchner, Stuart
    • Billy Collins and the Homeless Poets of Bryn Mawr (review)--41.4
    • The Unsung Hero of Stride Piano: Princeton's Own Donald Lambert (article)--41.4
  • Moore, Dorothy. After Dorothea Latsky (poem)--51.6
  • Moore, Nancy
    • Audition for a Poet (poem)--47.1
    • Eating Summer (poem)--47.1
    • Source (poem)--47.1
  • Morse, Franklin A. Who the Heck Is Billy Collins, and Why Should We Care? (essay)--39.2
  • Nellins, Barbara. Today I Met a Poet (poem)--49.4
  • Nelson, Ronald John. Annotations on poems by Collins--35.3
  • Nemerov, Howard. The Blue Swallows (poem)--50.3
  • Neuebauer, Annie
    • The Outsiders (poem)--51.5
    • Room (poem)--51.5
  • Oates, Joyce Carol. Kite for Billy Collins (poem)--38.5
  • Offen, Ron. On Opening a Packet of Poems for Publication (For Billy Collins) (poem, with early version titled Acceptance)-- 30.6
  • Ornelas, Norma R. Depression (poem)--45.5
  • O'Sullivan, Leanne
    • The Cord (poem)--88.5
    • Crescendo (poem)--88.5
    • Hijacking mom (poem)--88.5
    • The Journey (poem)--88.5
    • A Map of the World (poem)--88.5
    • The Past (poem)--88.5
    • Poetry (poem)--88.5
  • Outlaw, Keddy Ann. Dear Billy Collins (poem)--41.5
  • Palmer, Rhonda. Untitled poem--44.2
  • Parkinson, David
    • Billy Collins I Hope You Approve (poem)--45.5
    • Every Cloud (poem)--45.5
  • Parsons, Christina. Night (poem)--37.4
  • Pastan, Linda. Fall in the Georgia Review (poem)--32.6
  • Patton, Iris. Sophie (poem)--48.3
  • Pearson, Jan
    • The One That Got Away (poem)--44.2
    • Untitled (poem)--44.2
  • Perez, Nola. The Royal Palm (poem)--47.2
  • Peters, Robert (1924-2014)
    • I, Lessimus, of Salt Lake City (a Charles Olson Poem) (poem)--61.1
    • Varous poems included in letters to Collins--28.12
  • Petersen, Marc
    • Breakfast with My Dad (poem)--43.3
    • Family Values (poem)--47.2
    • Habits (poem)--38.5
    • Melons (poem)--36.1
    • Petit Lulu (poem)--43.3
    • Stories and Pictures of Your Favorite Stars (book)--49.5
    • U Street (poem)--36.1
    • Trails (poem)--43.3
    • While I Was Out (poem)--43.3
    • Various poems--33.5
  • Platt, Eugene
    • My Solemn Vow (poem)--35.1
    • A Passion Play (poem)--35.1
  • Plotnik, Arthur. Americanspeak: The Grander, The Blander (Editorial Eye column)--34.5
  • Poburko, Mary Jo. Poem for Billy Collins (poem)--52.5
  • Potter, Inga M. L. Lighten Up (poem)--45.5
  • Price, Barbara. Emerentia (poem)--48.4
  • Pritchard, William. Betjeman's Way (essay)--43.3
  • Redmond, Glenis. Finding Home (poem)--40.2
  • Reed, Terence James. Goethe: der Weltbürger als Weltleser (paper)--49.5
  • Richards, Becca. Ode to Billy Collins (poem)--51.6
  • Richardson, Bonnie Lee. Undressing Billy Collins: Emily Dickinson Responds (poem)--39.1
  • Riggs, Don. Feline Solution (poem)--33.5
  • Robbins, Judith. First Cigarette (poem)--51.6
  • Roberts, Rhian
    • To Abercrombie and Fitch (poem)--40.3
    • To Bruises (poem)--40.3
    • To Words (poem)--40.3
  • Rock, Hester. Virgin Atlantic (poem)--39.1
  • Rose, Jed E. An Odd Intruder (poem)--39.1
  • Rubin, Jay. Poems printed in pacificREVIEW--47.2
  • Rybicki, John. Two Movements for Martell Epperson (poem)--42.1
  • Schoenhals, Karen. On a Dying Princess (poem)--24.16
  • Schoonover, Eric. Very Like a Whale (poem)--46.1
  • Schults, Anna. Poems--47.3
  • Schuman, Beth. Observations of a Wild Woodland Snail (essay)--34.5
  • Searles, George. Retrospection (poem)--88.5
  • Sewell, Frankie. November 1984 (poem)--34.5
  • Shanahan, Laura. The Day I Met Billy Collins (poem)--42.1
  • Sharma, Tara Nath. Song lyrics--47.3
  • Sherrer, Deb. Loving Billy (poem)--51.1
  • Shields, Diane. What? No Menopause Poem? (poem)--52.6
  • Shue, Emily. Untitled poem--51.4
  • Simon, Paul. Crossing State Lines: An American Renga (renga contribution)--48.5
  • Singer, Adam. Oedipus Rex in the style of Dr. Seuss (poem)--48.5
  • Sivack, Denis. Questions on Angels (poem)--42.1
  • Skenazy, Lenore. Is That a Poem in Your Pocket?--39.6
  • Slattery, Marain. Did You Say Billy? (poem)--39.1
  • Smith, Frank. Mouse Litany (poem)--40.4
  • Smith, Shay. Taking Off Billy's Clothes (poem)--39.1
  • Sonderegger, Renee. Mr. Billy Collins: A User-Friendly Poet for the 90s (class paper)--32.2
  • Spireng, Matthew J. Lines Written on Freshly Split Firewood (for Billy Collins) (poem)--34.5
  • Stewart, Jill. Knitting Sisters (poem)--36.1
  • Stewart, Martha--47.3
  • Stout, Carla. Berry Patch (poem)--40.4
  • Stradley, Shawn Dallas. Mosquito Coast Morning (poem)--48.5
  • Straube, Kurt. Poems--48.5
  • Streznewski, Marylou Kelly. Six a.m. Insight (poem)--47.3
  • Studios of Key West (Martha Barnes)--47.3
  • Stutz, Michael. A Poem's Truth (poem)–46.1
  • Sutton, Jennifer. Morning (poem)--37.4
  • Taylor, Henry. The Savage God: Clerihews (poem)--94.18
  • Taylor, John. Review of Picnic, Lightning--34.5
  • Terasawa, Miki. To Loren, on Reading a Bill Collins Poem with You (poem)--39.2
  • Tillery, Gary. Discovering Billy Collins (poem)--51.1
  • Tilley, Jim
    • Interpreting Art (poem)--39.2
    • Jung, Along the Way (poem)--39.2
    • Slaying Philistines (poem)--39.2
    • To: Billy Collins (poem)--39.2
  • Treacy, Stephen Delos. Oil Field Hotel (poem)--39.2
  • Trommer, Rosemerry Wahtola. Midwinter Events (poem)--40.4
  • Troutner, Jack
    • The Many Faces of Gallery 16: A Chapbook in Progress (poems)--34.6
    • Turning Sixty in Gallery 4: Jim Dine's The Crommelynck Gate with Tools (poem)--93.4
  • Trowbridge, Thomas R. 1996: A Review (poem)--40.4
  • Tubbs, Robert. What Is a Number? (Chapter Five: Theology, Logic, and Questions about Angels)--46.1
  • Tucker, Duane. Various poems--52.6
  • Turco, Lewis. Parodelle for Billy Collins, Laureate (poem)--48.5
  • Turner, Sam. "Louis Zukofsky" (poem)--94.18
  • Valerius, Joy. I Believe in Dogs (poem)--50.1
  • Van de Kamp, Alexandra. One Well-Used Chair Talks to Another (A Conversation of Needs) (poem)--70.7
  • Van Landingham, Cheryl
    • Dear Billy Collins (poem)--36.2
    • Skinned (poem)--36.2
  • Vial, Noelle. In Answer to a Request (poem)--31.7
  • Victor, Vito. Book Review: The Art of Drowning (poem)--34.3
  • Visco, Vincent. A Tribute to Billy Collins, Teacher (poem)--36.4
  • Vreeland, J. Yeats and Music Perhaps (class essay for Collins)--86.5
  • Waddell, Samuel
    • December (poem)--42.3
    • Moon (poem)--42.3
    • Phantom Symphony (poem)--42.3
  • Walker, D. Rodman
    • Bubbles Rise to the Surface (poem)--34.1
    • Pudding and Gray Tweed (poem)--34.1
    • Wringing Mops (poem)--34.1
  • Walker, Maeve
    • Final Destination: for D. R. W. (poem)--39.3
    • Ponder (poem)--39.3
  • Watson, Patrick. Dredge (poem)--47.4
  • Weiner, Steven R. The Poetry Teacher (poem)--44.4
  • Weiss, Nancy. After Your Presentation at the English Teachers' Luncheon (poem)--51.3
  • Wells, Kate
    • Putting on Billy Collins' Clothes (poem)--47.4
    • Shadorma for a Far Away Man (poem)--49.1
  • Westbrook, Matthew
    • United States (poem)--51.3
    • Zyzzyva (poem)--51.3
  • Weston, John. Snuff Bottles (poem)--40.6
  • Wiebusch, Tom. Falling of the Sun (poem)--37.4
  • Wolff, Michael. Various poems sent to Collins--51.3
  • Young, Diane, and others. 13 Paradelles by the Quannapowitt Paradellists (poems)--36.2
  • Young, Marina
    • The Sonorous Snorer (poem)--51.3
    • Through the Eyes of One Reader (poem)--51.3
  • Youtt, Harry. Billy Collins: Poet Lariat (essay)--39.3
  • Zayas, Michael de
  • Forsaken (poem)--32.3
  • Various poems--31.8
  • Zenhaeusern, Burgi. On Trusting Billy Collins (poem)--47.4
  • Unidentified authors:
    • _____, Cate. Narodni Galerie (poem)--41.1
    • _____, Joel. "Smiling"--37.1
  • Unsigned
    • Background (poem)--4.20
    • By a water curtain (poem)--4.20
    • Crab (poem)--4.20
    • Crypt (poem, possibly by Collins)--4.20
    • Doctrine of Uniperversity (essay, possibly by Collins)--23.2
    • The Fly and the Spider (poem)--4.20
    • Fragment 3, Goya (poem)--3.68
    • House Sitting (poem)--31.6
    • Ink Trail (poem)--24.16
    • Love Your Enemy (poem)--69.7
    • Maternity (poem)--94.21
    • Moorings (poem, possibly by Collins)--13.1
    • Morning (poem)--3.68
    • My Augustine (poem)--94.21
    • Parasympathetic (poem)--69.7
    • Parting (poem)--3.68
    • Pentimento (poem)--69.7
    • Poetry, the Reading of It (poem)--4.20
    • Primative (poem)--4.20
    • Rented Tux (poem)--94.21
    • Seul (poem)--4.20
    • Theatre-- pour David (poem)--4.20
    • The Third Dimension of Man, Art and Byzantium (essay, possibly by Collins)--4.21
    • To His Mistress (poem)--3.68
    • Untitled (poem)--3.68
    • The Vanity of Paper Patriots (poem)--4.21
    • Walking with Walter (poem)--94.21
    • World Without End (poem)--4.20