Anne Waldman Papers,  1945-2002 (bulk 1958-1998)
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Editing and Publishing [series]:

The Editing and Publishing series (5.3 linear feet) is comprised of Anne Waldman's work in editing and publishing, often as a joint venture with those in her circle. The most important subseries, Small Press and Little Magazine, represents her work with The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery, Angel Hair, Full Court Press, and Rocky Ledge. For the most part, all of the Small Press and Little Magazine files consist of a mixture of the literary--manuscript contributions, drafts, mockups, proofs--and the administrative--reports, correspondence, sales and expense records, and so forth.

Perhaps the most significant portion of Small Press and Little Magazine, the Poetry Project grouping is divided into General, Adventures in Poetry, The World, and St. Mark's Church. "General" consists of correspondence; administrative material such as reports, notes, and budgets; poster, flyers, and other performance-related material, including speeches and introductions to Poetry Project events. Correspondence is related to the running of the Poetry Project, the newsletter in particular. Much of this correspondence appears to have been managed and kept by Frances Waldman, who edited the Poetry Project Newsletter from 1976 to 1978. There are also loose poems, which were printed and distributed singly, and many issues of the Poetry Project Newsletter (although not a complete run), along with original manuscript submissions for the newsletter.

Adventures in Poetry was a mimeographed literary magazine edited and published at St. Mark's Church by Larry Fagin using Poetry Project resources. A small number of submissions and publications appear here.

The most important division within the Poetry Project grouping are the files relating to The World , the magazine of the Poetry Project, which Waldman directed from 1968 through the late 1970s. Included are what can loosely be labeled "Administrative Material" as well as Submissions. Two files of Administrative Material are topical in nature, including an Author-title Index from 1979. In addition, there are the usual minutes, mailing lists, and the like. Submissions are for the most part arranged alphabetically by author. There are also two folders with material specific to individual issues of The World . Items of unknown authorship are placed at the end of these files. The researcher may find the aforementioned Author-title Index of some assistance in identifying these submissions.

"St. Mark's Church" refers to items which are church-specific; that is, related to St. Mark's as a religious institution or physical entity rather than to the Poetry Project: Such concerns as building preservation and restoration, youth projects, and church services are covered. Much of this material appears to have been maintained by Frances Waldman, including but not limited to files which are labeled as hers.

The Angel Hair files consist of material from Angel Hair Books and Angel Hair magazine, both of which Waldman co-founded and co-edited with Lewis Warsh. Press and magazine materials are commingled. Angel Hair is divided into Catalogues, Administrative Material, Proofs, and Submissions.

Full Court Press, which Waldman started with Ron Padgett and Joan Simon, was dedicated to publishing quality editions of out-of-print works. The volume of material in this collection is quite slim, consisting of only one folder.

Rocky Ledge refers to the mimeographed magazine, Rocky Ledge , which Waldman started with Reed Bye in Boulder. It was published in eight issues from 1978 to 1981. Some books were also published through Rocky Ledge Cottage Editions. There is a folder of general Administrative Material and another slim folder of manuscripts published by Rocky Ledge Cottage Editions. In keeping with the original organization of the material, the rest of the files are arranged by the individual issue of Rocky Ledge , with administrative materials mixed in with each issue of the magazine. Types of material found in the Rocky Ledge files include draft or mockup versions of the magazine; manuscript submissions; correspondence; cover art, both originals and facsimiles; receipts; and editors' notes. In some cases, the original manuscript submissions appear to have been used in the creation of the draft versions of the magazine. A separate division deals with submissions that were either not used in Rocky Ledge , may not have been intended for use in Rocky Ledge in the first place, or are unidentified.

Also included is a small amount of material labeled "Cherry Valley." Waldman summered in this small New York town in the late 1970s, Waldman's family and Allen Ginsberg maintained houses there for a time, and some work produced by Waldman and her circle was published by "Cherry Valley Editions." However, the exact nature and extent of literary activity from this period and location is unclear, and extant files in this collection are unrevealing.

The rest of the Editing and Publishing is divided along the lines of the individual book titles which Waldman edited or co-edited: The Beat Book , Nice to See You , Out of This World , Talking Poetics , and Disembodied Poetics .

The Beat Book files consist of some correspondence and, primarily, a draft version and a proof version of the work. Nice to See You, which is a tribute to poet Ted Berrigan, consists mainly of submissions by friends of Berrigan's. There are also files of background material, notes, a small number of photographs, correspondence, a draft, proofs, and publicity and reviews. Out of This World is an anthology of work from The Poetry Project. The Out of This World files consists of correspondence (dealing mainly with publishing permissions), early versions of the preface and introduction, drafts, and proofs.

Both Talking Poetics and Disembodied Poetics are anthologies of lectures delivered at Naropa University by Writing and Poetics Department faculty and visiting poets. These files are comprised mainly of transcripts of these lectures; manuscript reworkings and revisions by the authors; correspondence between authors, editors, and publishers; and various drafts of the whole work. In some cases, the name referenced in the correspondence file is the subject of the correspondence rather than its author. Administrative material is also included.

In the Talking Poetics files, the Drafts and Proofs section is divided into Early Work and Complete Drafts. Much of the Early Work section is fragmentary in nature, in particular, the Early Drafts material. Although at some time all of the individual pieces of Early Drafts were collated and paginated, much is missing or has been placed elsewhere. The existing pieces are now arranged alphabetically by author. Particularly noteworthy in this section is a handwritten John Cage score, a part of his work Lecture IV . Complete Drafts are arranged by page number.

The Disembodied Poetics files are arranged in a similar fashion, with individual pieces placed in the Early Contributions and Ideas and Early Drafts portions and later, more complete drafts arranged in or nearly in book order. It should be noted that the designations of the drafts as "A," "B," and "C" were assigned during processing and do not necessarily reflect chronological order. The order within each draft follows the table of contents for that draft, none of the drafts being paginated as a whole.

A final subseries, General Publishing, consists of miscellaneous contracts, proposals, copyright application material, and financial material covering royalties, honoraria, book sales, and so on.

 
Small Press and Little Magazine [subseries]:
 
The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery
 
General
 
Correspondence
Box   35  
Daniel Kane to Anne Waldman re dissertation on the Poetry Project,  November 1997   

(includes dissertation questions and outline)

 
Frances LeFevre: incoming
Box   35  
Newsletter requests, notes, and ephemera,  1977-1978
Box   35  
Newsletter submissions with cover letters,  1971-1980 and  undated
Box   35  
Newsletter submission and church-related material,  1974-1979 and  undated
Box   35  
Assorted,  1971-1974
Box   35  
Administrative Material: schedules, reports, notes, minutes, budgets,  1974-1979 and  undated
 
Performances
Box   35  
Programs and Flyers,  1970-1997 and  undated   

(see also the Printed Material series)

Box   35  
Catalogue of Audio (and Video) Tapes: Readings, Performances, Workshops and Lectures at the St. Mark's Poetry Project, 1970-1979 , compiled by Harvey Lillywhite
Box   35  
Speeches and Introductions,  1975-1984 and  undated
Box   35  
Loose Poems: distributed singly,  undated
 
The Poetry Project Newsletter
Box   35  
Manuscript submissions and letters,  1977-1978   

(a file kept by Frances Waldman)

 
Newsletter issues   

(incomplete run)

Box   35  
#8-28,  /010/1973-/010/1975
Box   35  
#31-39,  January 1976-November 1976
Box   35  
#44-50,  April 1977-December 1977
Box   35  
#51-60,  January 1978-December 1978
Box   35  
#61-75,  January 1979-July 1980
Box   35  
#80-109,  February 1981-November 1984
Box   35  
#111-120,  January 1985-March 1986
Box   35  
#127-135,  April 1988-January 1990
Box   35  
#136-147,  February 1990-January 1992
Box   35  
#154,  /010/1994
 
Adventures in Poetry : edited and published at St. Mark's Church by Larry Fagin
Box   35  
Manuscript fragments: Belgrade, November 19, 1963 , Frank O'Hara
Box   35  
Publications,  1972-1973
 
The World
 
Administrative Material
Box   35  
Author-title Index,  1979   

(includes correspondence)

Box   35  
Material re Dreams by Peter Schjeldahl,  1973 and  undated
Box   35  
Other: minutes, mailing lists, etc.,  1972 and  undated
 
Submissions: manuscripts and related correspondence, alphabetical by author, plus additional folders
Box   35  
A-B
Box   35  
C
Box   35  
D-L
Box   35  
M-O
Box   35  
P-W
Box   35  
"Submissions for The World #11,"  undated
Box   35  
"Submissions for The World #23,"  undated
Box   35  
"Used in The World [,] possible anthology,"  ca. 1971
Box   35  
Loose Published Pages: John Giorno and Anne Waldman,  1972-1974 and  undated
Box   35  
Author unidentified (2 folders)
 
St. Mark's Church
Box   35  
Oral History Project,  undated
Box   35  
Preservation and Rehabilitation Project,  undated
 
Citizens to Save St. Mark's
Box   35  
Clippings, press releases, newsletters,  ca. 1978-1981 and  undated (3 folders)
Box   35  
Correspondence,  1979-1980
 
Angel Hair , co-edited with Lewis Warsh   

(includes Angel Hair Books and Angel Hair magazine)

 
Catalogues
Box   36  
#1, 5, 6, 8,  1968-1973
Box   36  
"Angel Hair Archive #2,"  1973
 
Administrative Material
Box   36  
Correspondence: "Requests for Catalogues Free Copies etc.,"  1969-1971 and  undated   

(also includes manuscripts submissions, solicitations for submission, clippings, and other material)

Box   36  
Angel Hair Sales Book,  1971-1974
 
Proofs
Box   36  
Joe Brainard, I Remember More,  1971-1972 (2 folders)
Box   36  
Anne Waldman, "Icy Rose" galley proof,  1971
 
Submissions
 
Author unknown
Box   36  
"Dark Brew,"  undated   

(includes other poems)

Box   36  
Transformations ,  undated
Box   36  
Lorenzo Thomas, Fit Music: California Songs ,  1970
Box   36  
B. [Britton] Wilkie, Limits of Space and Time ,  undated
Box   36  
Lewis MacAdams [and Bill Bathurst and Keith Abbott?], poems,  ca. 1969
Box   36  
Full Court Press: promotional material, certificate of ownership,  1973 and  undated
 
Rocky Ledge, co-edited with Reed Bye,  1978-1981
Box   36  
Administrative Material: correspondence, mailing lists, orders, bills,  1978-1986 and  undated
 
Rocky Ledge Cottage Editions book press
 
Manuscripts
Box   36  
Susan Noel, Bronze Age
Box   36  
Anghelos Sikelianos, Frances LeFevre trans., Poems of the Greek Resistance: page layouts
 
Rocky Ledge magazine
Box   36  
General: "Press-Type" lettering materials
 
#1
Box   36  
"Rocky Ledge Easter 1979": mockup version of magazine
Box   36  
Original manuscripts and correspondence,  1979   

(May include some facsimiles)

Box   36  
Cover art: original, copies, early drafts, plus receipts and editors' notes,  ca. 1979
 
#2
Box   36  
Draft Versions
Box   36  
Cover art, correspondence, receipts   

(cover art includes rejects)

 
#3
Box   36  
Draft versions
Box   36  
Cover art, correspondence, receipts, notes   

(correspondence includes some manuscripts)

 
#4
Box   36  
Draft version
Box   36  
Original manuscripts, correspondence, receipts, notes
Box   36  
Cover art   

(plus notes)

 
#5
Box   36  
Draft version
Box   36  
Original manuscripts, correspondence, eds. planning notes
Box   36  
Cover Art: Alex Katz
 
#6
Box   36  
Original manuscripts, correspondence   

(some facsimiles May be included)

Box   36  
Rejects, correspondence
 
#7
Box   36  
Original manuscripts, correspondence
Box   36  
Rejects, correspondence
 
#8
Box   36  
Draft version   

(with original manuscripts)

Box   36  
Rejects
 
Apparent submissions for Rocky Ledge   

(unused?)

Box   36  
Tapa Kearney, Denyse King, Mushka Kochan, Susan Keith Noel, Laurie Price
Box   36  
Laurie Price and Jim Cohn, Interview with Clark Coolidge,  July 1980
Box   36  
Elizabeth Fox, New York. December 8-29, 1980
Box   36  
Unidentified poems from Rocky Ledge
Box   36  
Cherry Valley: "Cherry Valley Summer 1977"   

(not all material is from 1977)

 
Books [subseries]:
 
The Beat Book
Box   37  
Correspondence,  1995 and  undated
Box   37  
Introduction: first draft
Box   37  
"Some BEAT Poetry Places" draft
 
Draft
Box   37  
Table of contents
Box   37  
Introduction, pp. 1-8   

(includes several different versions)

Box   37  
Gregory Corso, pp. 9-27
Box   37  
Jack Kerouac, pp. 28-72
Box   37  
Neal Cassady, pp. 73-79
Box   37  
Allen Ginsberg, pp. 80-112
Box   37  
Peter Orlovsky, pp. 113-120
Box   37  
Diane di Prima, pp. 121-145
Box   37  
John Wieners, pp. 146-165
Box   37  
William S. Burroughs, pp. 166-215
Box   37  
Amiri Baraka, pp. 216-241
Box   37  
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, pp. 242-257
Box   37  
Joanne Kyger, pp. 258-274
Box   37  
Lew Welch, pp. 275-291
Box   37  
Lenore Kandel, pp. 292-303
Box   37  
Philip Whalen, pp. 304-318
Box   37  
Bob Kaufman, pp. 320-333
Box   37  
Michael McClure, pp. 334-352
Box   37  
Gary Snyder, pp. 353-379
Box   37  
Some BEAT Poetry Places, pp. 380-387
Box   37  
Biographical Sketches
Box   37  
Bibliography
 
Proofs: Front matter, pp. 1-374,  ca. 1996 ?,
Box   37  
Front matter, pp. 1-42
Box   37  
pp. 43-82
Box   37  
pp. 83-142
Box   37  
pp. 143-198
Box   37  
pp. 199-259
Box   37  
pp. 260-301
Box   37  
pp. 302-336
Box   37  
pp. 337-374
 
Nice to See You : Ted Berrigan tribute
Box   37  
Background material: biographical sketch, C.V., bibliography, etc.
Box   37  
Anne Waldman's notes
Box   37  
Photographs: photographs, negatives, and related correspondence,  1983 and  undated
Box   37  
Correspondence,  1988-1989 and  undated
 
Draft
Box   37  
Introduction, front matter, and index   

(also includes correspondence)

Box   37  
A-B
Box   37  
C-F
Box   37  
G-L
Box   37  
M-P   

(no Q)

Box   37  
R-S
Box   37  
W   

(no T-V or X-Z)

Box   37  
Letters: Ted Berrigan to friends,  1962-1971
Box   37  
Submissions not included: by Ted Berrigan and others
Box   37  
Page Proofs: pp. 150-156 only
Box   37  
Publicity and Reviews,  1985-1991
 
Out of This World : The World magazine anthology
Box   37  
Correspondence,  1978-1992 (3 folders)
 
Early Versions   

(partial; includes more than one version)

Box   37  
Preface by Allen Ginsberg: annotated photocopy
Box   37  
Table of Contents: "Checklist Copy"
Box   37  
Notes and contents   

(includes introduction, selected poems, translations, and unidentified material)

Box   37  
"Possibilities for [World Anthology]": poems by Anne Waldman
Box   37  
Introduction,  1978
Box   37  
Introduction,  1980
Box   37  
Jacket Design,  1991
 
Draft: "Original Manuscript" with editors' marks
Box   37  
Front matter, pp. 1-79   

(includes mailing list of contributors and other extra material)

Box   37  
pp. 80-200
Box   38  
pp. 201-308
Box   38  
pp. 309-391
Box   38  
pp. 392-493
Box   38  
pp. 494-583
Box   38  
pp. 584-695a   

(missing pp. 696-698)

Box   38  
pp. 699-723, plus Acknowledgements
Box   38  
Bound Proofs, Uncorrected,  1991 removed from collection and catalogued as Out of This World: an anthology of the St. Mark's Poetry Project, 1966-1991 , call number PS 615 .O981 1991b; shelved in Special Collections
 
Talking Poetics : Naropa lecture anthology, edited with Marilyn Webb,  1978
 
Correspondence
Box   38  
Marilyn Webb correspondence and notes,  1976 and  undated
Box   38  
General,  1977 and  undated   

(includes a budget and a partial proposal)

Box   38  
Algarin, Miguel,  1977-1978
Box   38  
Berrigan, Ted,  1978   

(pertaining to Berrigan)

Box   38  
Brownstein, Michael,  1977
Box   38  
Cage, John,  1978
Box   38  
Coolidge, Clark,  1977-1978
Box   38  
Dorn, Ed,  1978
Box   38  
Duncan, Robert,  1978
Box   38  
MacAdams, Lewis,  1975-1978
Box   38  
Mac Low, Jackson,  1977-1978
Box   38  
Padgett, Ron,  1977-1978
Box   38  
Rosenthal, Bob,  1978
Box   38  
Rothenberg, Jerome,  1977-1978 and  undated
Box   38  
Warsh, Lewis,  1978
Box   38  
Whalen, Philip,  1977-1978
Box   38  
O'Hara, Frank: re Frank O'Hara; correspondents include Jane Ellman to Nina Garfinkel at Knopf, plus Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman,  1978
Box   38  
Stein, Gertrude: re Gertrude Stein; Marilyn Webb to Ann Bujalski,  1977
Box   38  
King, Carolyn Rose at Shambhala to Marilyn Webb,  1978
Box   38  
Permissions needed and footnotes
 
Drafts and Proofs
 
Early Work
Box   38  
Versions of front matter
Box   38  
Introduction by Allen Ginsberg
Box   38  
Front matter and introduction
 
Transcripts
Box   38  
Dorn, Ed [Edward],  June 8, 1977
Box   38  
Mac Low, Jackson,  August 12, 1975
 
Padgett, Ron
Box   38  
"Not edited yet,"  August 3, 1975
Box   38  
"Stoically Bedazzled": edited, partial version
 
Early Drafts
Box   38  
Berrigan, Ted, untitled
Box   38  
Cage, John, original score, "Empty Words with Relevant Material," part 4 of Lecture IV
Box   38  
Duncan, Robert, "Notes from a Talk"
Box   38  
Mac Low, Jackson, "The Poetics of Chance and the Politics of Simultaneous Spontaneity, or the Sacred Heart of Jesus"
Box   38  
Whalen, Philip, "The Name of the Magical History Song"
Box   38  
Unidentified fragment, p. 48
 
Complete Draft   

(with editors' marks)

Box   38  
Introduction and preface, pp. 0-VII and unnumbered
Box   38  
Berrigan, Ted. "The Art of Writing Poetry," p. 1-22
Box   38  
Duncan, Robert. "Warp and Woof: Notes from a Talk," pp. 23-35
Box   38  
McClure, Michael. "Cinnamon Turquoise Leather: (A Personal Universe Deck)," pp. 36-56
Box   38  
Burroughs, William S. "It Belongs to the Cucumbers: On the Subject of Raudive's Tape Voices," pp. 52-72   

(partial)

Box   38  
Brownstein, Michael. "Imagination for Adults," pp. 73-93
Box   38  
Dorn, Edward. "Strumming Language," pp. 94-110
Box   38  
Coolidge, Clark. "Arrangement," pp. 111-135
Box   38  
Cage, John, "Empty Words with Relevant Material," pp. 136-167
Box   38  
Mac Low, Jackson. "The Poetics of Chance and the Politics of Simultaneous Spontaneity or the Sacred Heart of Jesus (Revised and Abridged)," pp. 169-198
Box   38  
Padgett, Ron. "Stoically Bedazzled," pp. 199-231
Box   38  
Whalen, Philip. "Sudden Histories, Natural Jumps," pp. 261-269
Box   38  
di Prima, Diane. "Light/and Keats," pp. 270-308
Box   38  
Rothenberg, Jerome. "Changing the Present, Changing the Past," pp. 309-350
Box   38  
Algarin, Miguel. "Volume and Value of the Breath in Poetry," pp. 351-372
Box   38  
Sanders, Ed. "The Content of History Will Be Poetry," pp. 373-404
Box   38  
Ginsberg, Allen. "Visions of Ordinary Mind: (1948-1955): Discourse w/Questions & Answers," pp. 405-449 and unnumbered
Box   38  
Appendices and biographical notes, pp. 450-467
Box   38  
Notes and footnotes
Box   39  
Proofs, version 1: pp. 222-429 only
 
Proofs, version 2
Box   39  
Front matter and pp. 1-221
Box   39  
pp. 222-429
Box   39  
Galley proofs, partial
Box   39  
Reviews: review by Jascha Kessler,  undated
 
Disembodied Poetics : Naropa lecture anthology,  1994
 
Correspondence
Box   39  
Waldman, Anne et al., re planning,  1990 and  undated
Box   39  
General correspondence and notes,  1991-1992 and  undated
Box   39  
Proposal versions,  undated
Box   39  
Publishers' correspondence: City Lights and University of New Mexico,  1991-1992 and  undated
 
Legal and Administrative
Box   39  
Contract with Broken Moon Press,  1993
Box   39  
Anthology Royalty Info,  1995
 
Drafts and Proofs
 
Early Contributions and Ideas
Box   39  
Anne Waldman's notes,  undated
 
Ginsberg, Allen
Box   39  
Visiting Poetics lecture transcript,  1976   

(includes notes by Allen Ginsberg, Inclusive dates: 1990-1991 and Peter [Orlovsky?], 1992)

Box   39  
"Revolutionary Poetics," lecture transcript transcribed by Kimi Sugioka,  1989   

(includes published article on Kerouac)

Box   39  
Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs talks, transcript by Steven Taylor,  1992
Box   39  
Orlandi, Robin. "Women's Studies Letter,"  July 21, 1992   

(written by a Naropa student; May not actually belong in this series; includes Anne Waldman's notes)

Box   39  
Waldman, Anne. "WRITING WRITING WRITING WRITING RESEARCH DREAMING WALKING,"  July 14, 1992   

(from a Naropa MFA course)

Box   39  
Whalen, Philip. Letter to Joanne Kyger,  September 19, 1968   

(photocopy)

Box   39  
Wilson, Peter Lamborn. Correspondence and musical piece, "Harmonium," by Steven Taylor,  1992
 
Early Drafts
Box   39  
Schelling, Andrew and Waldman, Anne. Introduction and acknowledgements
Box   39  
Table of contents
Box   39  
Biographical notes
Box   39  
"A Declaration of Interdependence" by David Cope, Anne Waldman, and other poets
Box   39  
Baraka, Amiri. Edited transcript of Naropa lecture,  1992
Box   39  
Collom, Jack. "Eco-Lit: A Birdwalk in Tanglewood" and "Before and Afterword,"  ca. 1992 ?
Box   39  
Coolidge, Clark. Naropa lecture on Kerouac,  1991   

(includes 5-1/4" floppy disk)

Box   39  
di Prima, Diane. "H.D.'s Angel Magic,"  1988
Box   39  
DuCornet, Rikki. "Alphabets and Emperors (Reflections on Kafka and Borges),"  undated
Box   39  
Hawkins, Bobbie Louise. "The Sounding Voice: A Rhapsody,"  undated
Box   39  
Hejinian, Lyn. "The Quest for Knowledge in the Western Poem,"  1990
Box   39  
Hollo, Anselm. "Notes From a Poetry (Reading) Life,"  undated
Box   39  
Howe, Susan: Correspondence re permission to use Susan Howe material,  1992
Box   39  
Hunt, Erica: Correspondence only,  1992
Box   39  
Mackey, Nathaniel. Lecture,  1991   

(mostly correspondence)

Box   39  
May er, Bernadette. "From: A Lecture at the Naropa Institute, 1989"   

(photocopy of published material)

Box   39  
Notley, Alice. "Epic, and Women Poets,"  undated
Box   39  
Sanders, Ed. "Bicameral Nature Poetry,"  1990
Box   39  
Scalapino, Leslie. "Merely Modern,"  undated
Box   39  
Schelling, Andrew. "Jataka Mind: A Garland for Environmentalists," and "Mounting the Poetry Vehicle,"  undated
Box   39  
Thomas, Lorenzo. Lecture,  July 24, 1989
Box   39  
Waldman, Anne. "I is Another: Dissipative Structures,"  undated
Box   39  
Warshall, Peter. Edited versions of a lecture,  undated
Box   39  
Wilson, Peter Lamborn. "Sacred Drift: On the Road with Doctor Maximus,"  undated
 
Draft [A]
Box   39  
Introduction-Collom
Box   39  
Hollo-Whalen interview
Box   39  
Burroughs-Howe
Box   39  
Coolidge-Schelling
 
Draft [B]
Box   39  
Introduction-Hollo
Box   39  
Hunt-Lamborn Wilson
Box   39  
Whalen interview-Howe
Box   39  
Ginsberg, "Negative Capability"-"Biographies": cover page only, plus Hawkins   

(not in table of contents)

Box   40  
Draft [C]
Box   40  
Introduction-May er
Box   40  
Notley-Schelling, "Mounting the Poetry Vehicle"
Box   40  
Hejinian-Whalen interview
Box   40  
Sanders-Burroughs
Box   40  
Howe-Scalapino
Box   40  
Tarn-Biographies, plus Hawkins   

(not in table of contents)

 
General Publishing Material
Box   40  
Contracts,  1970-1998 and  undated
Box   40  
Proposals, 1973-c.  1984
Box   40  
Copyright applications,  1976-1983
Box   40  
Financial: royalties, honoraria, book invoices, other,  1969-1995 and  undated