Anne Waldman Papers (1945-2012, bulk 1965-2000)
Summary Information
Title: Anne Waldman Papers
Creator: Waldman, Anne, 1945-
Inclusive dates: 1945-2012
Bulk dates: 1965-2000
Extent: 119.5 Linear feet (85 record center boxes, 7 ms. boxes, 4 large flat oversize boxes, 10 medium flat oversize boxes, 2 small flat oversize boxes and 2 portfolios.)
General Physical Description note: Printed material in boxes 77-80 and Portfolio 1; Artwork in boxes 81, 82, 99-108, and Portfolio 2; Photographs in boxes 83, 84, and 98 (includes slides); Audiovisual materials in boxes 85-92 (including reformatted copies).
Abstract:
American poet; co-founder of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University. Papers include correspondence, poems, essays, photographs, art, biographical material, and audiovisual materials.
Call number: waldman
Language: The material is in English.
Repository: University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Research Center)

Access and Use
Access Restrictions:

The collection is open for research. Access to material in Boxes 27 and 43 is restricted.

The restrictions are as follows: Correspondence in box 27 has been closed for the lifetime of the donor. Student and Faculty evaluations in box 27 have been closed for a period of 75 years from the date of the creation of the records (2063-2064). Journals in box 43 have been closed for the lifetime of the journal authors.

Copyright:

Copyright has not been transferred to the Regents of the University of Michigan. Permission to publish must be obtained from the copyright holder(s).

Preferred Citation:

Anne Waldman Papers, University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Research Center)

Collection History
Acquisition Information:

Acquired from Anne Waldman, beginning in 1998. Selected Naropa material donated by Naropa University in 2012.

Processing Information:

Finding aid prepared by Rebecca Bizonet, Daniel Santamaria (2001-2002), Rosemary Pal (2013-2014), Beth Myerowitz (2015)..


Arrangement

The Anne Waldman papers are divided into sixteen series: Biographical; Correspondence and Name File; Writing; Journals and Notebooks; Editing and Publishing; Naropa; Other Activities; Personal; Early Years; Family; Handmade Books; Printed Material; Art; Photographs, Slides, and Negatives; Audiovisual; and Oversize. Researchers should note that books and serial publications from Waldman's library have been separated from the collection and cataloged individually.

  1. Biographical -- Box 1
  2. Correspondence
    1. Name File -- Boxes 2-21
    2. Miscellaneous Correspondence -- Boxes 21-24
    3. Unidentified and Outgoing Correspondence -- Box 25
    4. Email -- Box 26
  3. Writing
    1. Early Work and Fiction -- Box 28
    2. Essays, Speeches, and Interviews -- Boxes 28-29
    3. Poetry -- Boxes 29-38
  4. Journals and Notebooks -- Boxes 39-43
  5. Editing and Publishing
    1. Small Press and Little Magazine -- Boxes 44-46
    2. Books -- Boxes 46-56
  6. Naropa -- Boxes 56-63
  7. Other Activities -- Boxes 64-65
  8. Personal -- Boxes 65-67, oversize box 96
  9. Early Years -- Boxes 67-69, oversize box 97
  10. Family -- Boxes 69-72, oversize box 95
  11. Handmade Books -- Boxes 73-76
  12. Printed Material
    1. Broadsides -- Box 77, oversize boxes x
    2. Posters, Flyers, and Programs -- Boxes 77-79, portfolio 1, oversize box 98
    3. Clippings -- Box 79-80
  13. Art -- Boxes 81-82, portfolio 2, oversize boxes 99-108
  14. Photographs, Slides, and Negatives -- Boxes 83, 84, 98
  15. Audiovisual
    1. Sound Recordings -- Boxes 85-90
    2. Videotapes and Digital Files -- Box 91-92
  16. Oversize - - Boxes 93-108


Biography

Internationally recognized and acclaimed poet Anne Waldman has been an active member of the “Outrider” experimental poetry community, a culture she has helped create and nurture for over four decades as writer, editor, teacher, performer, magpie scholar, infra-structure curator, and cultural/political activist. Her poetry is recognized in the lineage of Whitman and Ginsberg, and in the Beat, New York School, and Black Mountain trajectories of the New American Poetry. Yet she remains a highly original “open field investigator” of consciousness, committed to the possibilities of radical shifts of language and states of mind to create new modal structures and montages of attention. Her work is energetic, passionate, panoramic, fierce at times. She is the author of more than 40 books, including the mini-classic Fast Speaking Woman, a collection of essays entitled Vow to Poetry and several selected poems editions including Helping the Dreamer, Kill or Cure and In the Room of Never Grieve. She has concentrated on the long poem as a cultural intervention with such projects as Marriage: A Sentence, Structure of The World Compared to a Bubble, and Manatee/Humanity, which is a book-length rhizomic meditation on evolution and endangered species, and the monumental anti-war feminist epic The Iovis Trilogy: Colors in the Mechanism of Concealment, a 25 year project.

She was one of the founders and directors of The Poetry Project at St. Marks’s Church In-the-Bowery, working there for twelve years. She also co-founded with Allen Ginsberg the celebrated Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa University, the first Buddhist inspired University in the western hemisphere, in 1974. Ginsberg has called Waldman his “spiritual wife.” She is a Distinguished Professor of Poetics at Naropa and continues to work to preserve the school’s substantial literary/oral archive. She has edited and co-edited many collections based on the holdings of the Kerouac School including Civil Disobediences andBeats at Naropa. She is also the editor of Nice to See You, an homage to poet Ted Berrigan, The Beat Book, and co-editor of The Angel Hair Anthology.

She has been a fellow at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center, a fellow at the Civitella Ranieri Foundation in Umbria, and has held the Emily Harvey residency in Venice. She has worked at the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe and at the Women’s Christian College in Tokyo. She has presented her work at conferences and festivals around the world, most recently in Wuhan, Beijing, Berlin, Nicaragua, Prague, Kerala, Mumbai, Calcutta, Marrakech, and Madrid. Her work has been translated into numerous languages.

Waldman works with the anti-nuclear Guardianship Project in Boulder and was arrested in the 1970s with Allen Ginsberg and activist Daniel Ellsberg at Rocky Flats, which led to a commitment to the accountability for nuclear waste to future generations, a vow that according to Waldman is “a nearly quarter of a million year project.”

“Waldman’s work is the antithesis of stasis. . . . She is a flame,” as one reviewer has noted.

She has also collaborated extensively with a number of artists, musicians, and dancers, including George Schneeman, Elizabeth Murray, Richard Tuttle, Donna Dennis, and Pat Steir, and the theatre director Judith Malina. Her play “Red Noir” was produced by the Living Theatre and ran for nearly three months in New York City in 2010. She has also been working most recently with other media including audio, film and video, with her husband, writer and video/film director Ed Bowes, and with her son, musician and composer Ambrose Bye. Publishers Weekly recently referred to Waldman as “a counter-cultural giant.”

“Cyborg on the Zattere,” with music by composer Steven Taylor and 12 performers, including cellist Ha-Yang Kim and reed instrumentalist Marty Erlich and a Renaissance trio, premiered at the Douglas Dunn Salon in Spring of 2011. This “Poundatorio” takes on the “knot” of Ezra Pound, his poetics and politics. It includes settings for parts of the Pisan Cantos.

She was active in Occupy Art, an offshoot of Occupy Wall Street in NYC, and has recently been involved in projects around the theme of Symbiosis, which studies the interaction between two or more different biological species. “The living together of unlike organisms,” a challenge for our times. How to include the cyborg? How to insure / take better care of the “human” in relation. Fight the pipelines and induced hydraulic fracturing. More arts in education!

Waldman is a recipient of 2013 Guggenheim Fellowship, the Poetry Society of America’s Shelley Memorial Award, and has recently been appointed a Chancellor of The Academy of American Poets. The Huffington Post named her one of the top advocates for American poetry.

Waldman divides her time between New York City and Boulder, Colorado.

("About," annewaldman.org. Retrieved 2015-08-31)


Collection Scope and Content Note

The Anne Waldman Papers were purchased by the Special Collections Library in 1998. Periodic additions to the collection have been made.

The papers document Waldman's personal and professional life from childhood to adulthood in great detail, and provide a rich and unique source for the study of American poetry. The collection includes textual material, photographs, audiovisual material, and artwork that extensively document Waldman's writing, publishing and performance efforts; her administrative leadership and teaching activities at the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery and Naropa University's Writing and Poetics program; and her relationships and interactions with a remarkable number of prominent poets, writers, and artists.

The Biographical series (approximately .5 linear feet) contains biographical summaries written by Waldman and others, resumes, travel and work itineraries, and publicity material such as press releases, pamphlets, and quotes and "blurbs" for books.

A highlight of the series is Waldman's autobiographical essay and drafts for the Contemporary Authors' series. A small folder of poems written about Waldman is also included. The researcher should note that additional material written about Waldman can be found in the Correspondence and Name File Series.

The Correspondence and Name File series (25 linear feet of material, divided into several subseries) provides insight into Waldman's professional activities and relationships, and her personal relationships with many poets, writers, and artists. Poets including Allen Ginsberg, Ted Berrigan, Joe Brainard, Tom Clark, Diane di Prima, Kenward Elmslie, Joanne Kyger, Bernadette Mayer, Ron Padgett, and many others are well represented in the series, as are visual artists such as Alex Katz, Jasper Johns, Robert Mapplethorpe, Larry Rivers, and James Rosenquist. Material in the Correspondence and Name File was created during Waldman's college years and adulthood (approximately 1962-1999). Correspondence from Waldman's childhood and teenage years, and correspondence with family members can be found in the Early Years and Family series respectively.

The Name File subseries is an alphabetical file consisting primarily of more prominent personalities and frequent correspondents. Although the bulk of the material in the Name File is correspondence, manuscripts and other material created by or related to the person listed may also be found in the files. Where large amounts of material related to a person exist, the type of material has been grouped by genre and indicated separately in the finding aid. In cases where the type of material is not listed separately, the file contains mainly correspondence, but may also include small amounts of other material, most likely manuscripts. The researcher should note that some manuscripts submitted to Waldman and a small amount of correspondence related to Waldman's specific publishing ventures or specific subjects have been left with the appropriate subject file or organizational records.

The Miscellaneous Correspondence subseries contains more routine correspondence. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.

The Unidentified and Fragments subseries consists of approximately .75 linear feet of material from correspondents who did not identify themselves, identified themselves by their first name only, or whose signatures were illegible. This material is arranged chronologically, and is divided in to unidentified correspondence and unidentified manuscripts. Although every effort was made to arrange correspondence in the appropriate place in the Name File and Miscellaneous Correspondence subseries, researchers interesting in viewing all the correspondence from a particular person may want to examine the Unidentified and Fragments subseries.

The series also includes two folders of Anne Waldman's outgoing correspondence, as well as several folders of printouts of Waldman's outgoing and incoming email. The email correspondence spans the years 1997 and 2009. Researchers should note that there is substantial overlap between the Email and Correspondence and Name File subseries.

The Writing series (11 linear feet) consists of Anne Waldman manuscripts and other material, such as correspondence, administrative files, and ephemera, related to her writing. This series is divided into five subseries: Early Work; Fiction; Essays, Speeches, and Interviews; Poetry; and Contributions to Other Works.

The Fiction sub-subseries is divided into Drama and Short Stories. Much of this material is also early work, from Waldman's college years or shortly thereafter. Within Drama and Short Stories, the pieces are arranged alphabetically by title.

Essays, Speeches, and Interviews comprises Waldman's prose work, consisting of essays, articles, speeches and addresses, and interviews, as well as book blurbs, introductions, forewords, and reviews. Many of these pieces exist in various stages, from handwritten notes to published articles. The Essays grouping contains essays and articles written for various publications. The Speeches grouping, arranged chronologically, consists of speeches and speaker introductions made by Waldman at various events. Undated material is located at the end of the section. The Interviews grouping is divided into interviews of Anne Waldman by others, arranged chronologically, and interviews of others, which for the most part have Waldman as either interviewer or co- interviewee. These interviews are arranged alphabetically by name of interviewee.

Also included in the Essays, Speeches, and Interviews subseries are "Biographical Sketches" of other authors. (Biographical and autobiographical sketches of Anne Waldman can be found in the Biographical series.) Most of these sketches appear to have been written by Waldman, although some were contributed by the authors themselves. In addition, the researcher will find a Notes grouping, made up of Waldman's loose collected notes, both literary jottings and everyday work lists. Some of the notes are of unknown authorship, although a few appear to have been Reed Bye's.

The Poetry subseries is divided into two sub-subseries, Published Works and Single Titles. Although Waldman's poetry can be found throughout the Writing series--and indeed throughout the entire collection--the bulk of it resides here. Published Works incorporates Waldman's stand-alone or collected works, most but not necessarily all of which have been published. The Published Works sub-subseries begins with an Alphabetical File containing Waldman's shorter works intended for publication. These files are arranged alphabetically by title.

A Collaborations section of collaborations between Waldman and others, and a Translations section, with a small number of works by others which Waldman translated or helped translate into English are also included in the Published Works subseries. The Collaborations section is arranged alphabetically by collaborator. The translation section contains only three works, which are arranged alphabetically according to the original author.

The Published Work subseries also contains three linear feet of separate material for Iovis I, II, and III and Kill or Cure . This material consists generally of original manuscripts (handwritten drafts and typescripts) of single poems, drafts of the whole work, proofs, and a small amount of related correspondence. The Iovis I and Iovis II files strongly reflect Waldman's work process for the creation of these long, fragmentary epic poems. Namely, the Notes Drafts, and Research Material files, which have been left almost as-is, consist of seemingly randomly arranged clippings, correspondence, previously written material, and many different current drafts, merged together. The researcher may find this portion of the collection difficult to use, owing to its haphazard arrangement. Items which seemed of special significance have been flagged or pulled and foldered separately, the "Questions for men for Iovis" being one example. In some cases, the original has been removed and placed elsewhere within the collection. Details are noted in the contents list. Among these items are poems by Waldman's son, Ambrose, and letters written by Anne Waldman's grandfather to his future wife (due to extremely their fragile condition, the originals have been removed and placed in separate storage). The other portions of the Iovis material present a clearer arrangement, consisting as they do of draft and proof copies of the entire work. The Iovis III portion to date is quite small, consisting only of a version of Waldman's journal entries from a trip to Vietnam in 2000.

The material used in Kill or Cure has a clearer organization, although it should be noted that much of the content and order within the "Drafts/Collected Poems" portion remains unclear. It was impossible to ascertain whether some of the pieces included in the original folders labeled "Kill or Cure" were originally intended for the book and not used, or if they became misfiled. Too, some material may be missing, removed by the author from its original location in order to be used for other purposes, such as the creation of Iovis II . In fact, there is considerable overlap between some of the material in Iovis and Kill or Cure , the latter being published in between Iovis I and Iovis II .

Single Titles consists of the many loose poems that were originally scattered throughout the collection and which could not be easily placed within the context of a larger work. They are arranged alphabetically by title or first line. There are several folders of poem fragments as well, found at the end of this grouping. In the case of some of these poems, it has been difficult to ascertain whether they are in fact fragments or are rather complete, untitled poems. In general, when the title of a poem has undergone changes, all of the drafts of that poem have been grouped under what appears to be the latest version of the title. There may, however, be some exceptions to this arrangement.

Contributions to Other Works is a small subseries consisting of pieces which Waldman wrote for publication in larger works by other authors. Both poetry and prose works are represented here.

The Journals and Notebooks series (5 linear feet) consists of more than 110 journals, notebooks, appointment books, and address books kept by Anne Waldman. (For the sake of convenience, all of these items are referred to here as "journals.") A small number of journals kept by others is also represented. The journals offer a diverse array of content, from random jottings and to-do lists, to literary notes and drafts, to intensely personal diaries. In some cases distinct literary pieces have been recorded, and sometimes the line between journal and handmade book is somewhat blurred. There are collaborative works, such as those with Bill Berkson and Reed Bye. Other pieces were clearly written for friends such as Joe Brainard, Jim Carroll, and others.

The Journals and Notebooks series is broken into two subseries, Anne Waldman and Others, representing journals kept by Waldman and journals kept by others. The Anne Waldman subseries is arranged chronologically by decade, from the 1960s through the 1990s. There are many undated journals as well. The Others subseries contains journals by Lewis Warsh (including one that was co-written with Waldman) and journals very likely by Reed Bye. Of note within one of the journals from the 1970s in the Anne Waldman subseries is a drawing of Anne Waldman made by Bob Dylan.

The Editing and Publishing series (approximately 12.5 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.

The subseries, General Publishing, consists of miscellaneous contracts, proposals, copyright application material, and financial material covering royalties, honoraria, book sales, and so on. The Unpublished material subseries consists mainly of miscellaneous pieces of writing that could be part of books that are published or unpublished or drafts of works with an unknown title.

The Naropa series (8 linear feet) consists of material related to Waldman's involvement with the Naropa Institute, now Naropa University, in Boulder, Colorado. It is comprised of the following subseries: Course Material, Administrative Material, Conferences and Panels, Publications, Printed Material, Other Teaching Activities, and Personal.

Course Material is divided into the following sub-subseries: Anne Waldman, Others, and Summer Writing Program. Anne Waldman course material is arranged chronologically and topically and contains many sourcebooks or bound copies of readings for her classes. Course material of others is arranged primarily chronologically, as is, for the most part, material from the Summer Writing Program. The Summer Faculty and Visiting Poets folder under Course Material includes contracts, correspondence and resumes from guest lecturers such as Amiri, Baraka, Ted Berrigan, Diane Di Prima, Tom Clark, Robert Creeley, Kenward Elmslie, Joy Harjo and Harry Smith and is organized alphabetically. Administrative Material is divided into General, Writing and Poetics Department, and Summer Writing Program. Within all levels of the Administrative Series can be found correspondence which includes emails, memos, minutes and reports, planning material, notes, etc. "Early Planning Material" within the Writing and Poetics Department files includes documents penned by Anne Waldman and Allen Ginsberg which formulate aspects of the founding of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics. Also included in the Writing and Poetics files are departmental newsletters. Student and instructor evaluations also appear. Evaluation files, barring those of Anne Waldman, are closed due to privacy legislation and concerns.

Conferences and Panels consists of notes for talks given at Naropa along with transcripts and schedules. Speeches and Interviews covers those speeches and interview given at Naropa, although there may be some overlap with material in the Writing series. Speeches are arranged chronologically. "A Declaration of Interdependence," although grouped with Speeches, is not a speech per se, but rather a protest document mirroring in structure the Declaration of Independence. It was penned by multiple authors, including many Naropa faculty members as well as other poets and activists. Interviews are listed alphabetically by interviewee.

Publications consist of Campus Periodicals (student newsletters and literary magazines); Class Publications, including those of the Summer Writing Program; and a small number of works by faculty members. Printed Material consists of Catalogs and Brochures; Posters, Flyers, and Programs; and Clippings. Arrangement at the folder level is chronological. Additional class publications can be found within the Course Material subseries.

In addition to her role at Naropa, Waldman has taught at several other institutions. These activities are reflected in the Other Teaching Activities subseries, which includes work at the Schule für Dichtung in Vienna and the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey, among other institutions. Because the bulk of Waldman's teaching activities is tied up with Naropa, these files are included within the Naropa series. Material for each institution is arranged chronologically.

The final subseries of the Naropa series is Personal, which includes ephemera, correspondence, topical files, contracts, and notes. Correspondence is both incoming and outgoing and consists of both Naropa-related 'official' correspondence that is addressed solely to Waldman and correspondence that is personal in nature but which refers to Naropa (here, there will naturally be some overlap with Waldman's correspondence in the Correspondence and Name file series). Material within folders is arranged chronologically.

The Other Activities series is comprised of 1 linear foot of material, and documents Waldman's activities outside of writing and publishing. The series includes material related to conferences and festivals that Waldman attended or participated in, as well as material related to Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue Tour, various video and audio recording projects, and attempts to sell Waldman's archive, or portions of it. The series also includes a significant amount of material documenting Waldman's involvement in social protest issues.

The Personal series is a topical file consisting of 1.5 linear feet of material not primarily related to Waldman's writing or professional activities. Material documenting Waldman's interest in Buddhism and her 1967 wedding to Lewis Warsh can be found in the series. Of particular note is a collection of memorabilia, including material from Waldman's travels, and various playbills, museum programs and ticket stubs. Legal and financial records, as well as various and unidentified notes, jottings and telephone messages, are also included in this series.

The Early Years series contains 2 linear feet of material documenting Waldman's school years, as well as her early interests in writing, acting and drama. The series includes material from Waldman's elementary school, middle school, high school and college years. Early writings can be found in each of the Pre-High School, Friends Seminary and Bennington College subseries, as well as the Early and Unidentified Writings subseries. Highlights include childhood and family newsletters titled "Our Life and Times" and "The Penguin News," school publications in which Waldman was first published, production material from Waldman's high school newspaper (of which she was editor), and manuscripts and typescripts of early poems. The Friends Seminary and Bennington College subseries contain class notes and papers, a high school report card, college grade reports and other school-related material. The Bennington College subseries also includes correspondence and notes from Howard Nemerov and other professors.

The Acting and Theater subseries includes material from various productions, theater companies and organizations with which Waldman was involved in the 1950s and 1960s. The Correspondence subseries consists primarily of correspondence from Waldman's middle school and high school friends, but also includes a folder of notes that appear to be notes passed in class. This folder also includes school love poems that appear to have been written for Waldman. The Early and Unidentified Writing subseries consists primarily of unidentified or undated material that could not filed with the other subseries.

The Family series (approximately 4 linear feet and 1 oversize box) includes material related to Waldman's mother, father, brother, son and other relatives.

The bulk of the series is comprised of material created by, or related to Waldman's mother, Frances Waldman. The Frances Waldman subseries includes 1.5 linear feet of correspondence between Waldman and her mother, spanning the years 1958-1981. Several folders of Frances Waldman's correspondence with other people, including many New York poets and writers, can also be found in the subseries.

The subseries also includes several folders of Frances Waldman's manuscripts, translations and miscellaneous material. Although the majority of the material related to other family members is correspondence, manuscripts and other material can also be found in the series. Of special note are the manuscripts found with the Ambrose Bye material, which include some poems written with or transcribed by Anne Waldman.

The Handmade Books series (3 linear feet) is comprised of one-of-a-kind books made by Waldman and her friends. Often they were presented as gifts on special occasions. They are divided into three subseries: Anne Waldman, representing books by Waldman; Collaborations, representing collaborations between Waldman and others; and Others, that is, works by others.

Included in Others are books printed at Naropa University either through a print workshop or class, or through the school's Kavyayantra Press. Within the Waldman subseries, books are listed alphabetically by title, with untitled books at the back. Collaborations, all of which have Waldman as a coauthor, are arranged alphabetically by the collaborator's last name, as are works in the Others subseries.

Many of the handmade books bear inscriptions indicating maker, recipient, date, and other information, which has not been included in the contents listing. Included in the Handmade Books series are some limited edition volumes, such as those produced by Waldman's Erudite Fangs Press.

The Printed Material series (4 linear feet, 1 oversize box, and 1 portfolio) encompasses the subseries Broadsides; Posters, Flyers, and Programs; and Clippings. Broadsides are broken down into those by Anne Waldman, Collaborations (between Waldman and others), and Others--that is, works by others. Within these divisions, work is arranged alphabetically, first by author, then by title. Also included in Broadsides are postcards and bookmarks printed by various small presses. Oversize broadsides are housed separately.

Material in the Posters, Flyers, and Programs subseries is for the most part grouped chronologically. Separate, topical divisions have been made for undated material. Small press book catalogs and newsletters are included as separate divisions. Oversize posters are housed separately. The section labeled "Newsletters" consists of should really be viewed as a set of clippings, consisting as it does of single issues of various newsletters and some journals, most of which appear to have been saved for particular articles.

Clippings are arranged in rough chronological order by decade, where date is known. The vast majority of the clippings pertain to Waldman and her circle, although some clippings reflect topical interests. Some of these appear to have been saved by Waldman's mother, Frances LeFevre Waldman. In some cases, whole publications have been saved, either due to their content or to their rare or unusual nature.

Art (1 linear foot, 10 oversize boxes, and 1 portfolio) is made up of artworks by Waldman and her family and friends, as well as various pieces she has collected over the years. Work in many different media exists, including prints, paintings, sketches, drawings, and collages. Much of Waldman's work consists of prints done while a student at Bennington College. There are also exquisite corpses (collaboratively created pictures and writings, done in-the-round) by Anne Waldman, Reed Bye, and Ambrose Bye. According to Waldman, this was a frequent after-dinner pastime when Ambrose was young, and friends and guests, such as Bobbie Louise Hawkins, were invited to participate.

Cover Art includes "Collaborations," which consist of collaborative book-length works and not just cover art per se. Additional cover art may be found in the among the Rocky Ledge files within the Editing and Publishing series. Noteworthy among the artists represented are George Schneeman and Joe Brainard.

The Photographs, Slides and Negatives series consists of approximately 2.5 linear feet of photographic materials documenting a variety of subjects, including Waldman's childhood and school years, her large circle of friends and colleagues, and her publishing and performance activities.

The Personal subseries contains personal and informal photographs of Waldman and others. Photographs in the "Family and childhood" folder include photographs of Waldman as a child, as well as other family members. The high school and college photographs include several photographs of Waldman as a young actress. The bulk of the Personal subseries consists of the "Friends and colleagues" photographs. These photographs include images of many prominent late twentieth century poets, Waldman's husbands and significant others, and other friends and colleagues. Waldman herself is pictured in some of the friends and colleagues photographs.

One of the strengths of the Professional subseries is the large amount of photographs of Waldman performing. The performance photographs, which date from the late 1960s to mid 1990s, sometimes include images of other poets and performers. Also included are several folders of portraits and publicity photographs, photographs created for various book and publishing projects, photographs of Bob Dylan's Rolling Thunder Revue Tour, and photographs documenting Waldman's activities at Naropa University and the St. Marks Poetry Project. The St. Mark's photographs include images of New York School and other poets performing at the church. The Professional subseries also includes several photographs taken by photographer, poet, and filmmaker Gerard Malanga. Although Malanga photographs can be found within several of the groupings in the Professional subseries, the majority can be found within the portraits grouping. A Malanga portrait of Waldman and her mother, Frances, has been filed with the family photographs.

The Outsize subseries consists of photographs too large to be housed with the rest of the photograph series. The highlights of the outsize photographs include two photographs taken by Allen Ginsberg which include handwritten captions by Ginsberg.

The Albums and Scrapbooks subseries complements the friends and colleagues photographs found in the Personal subseries. In addition to photographs documenting Waldman's travels in Greece and Egypt in the early sixties, the albums contain numerous photographs of Waldman and her circle in the late sixties and early seventies. Photographs of Lewis Warsh, Michael Brownstein, Joe Brainard, Ron Padgett, Ted Berrigan, Tom Clark, Bill Berkson, and others can all be found in the albums. The albums have been arranged chronologically.

The Slides and Negatives subseries consists primarily of miscellaneous and unidentified slides and negatives. The subseries does contain a few slides of Waldman performing.

The researcher should note that a small number of photographs sent to Waldman by specific correspondents can be found within the Correspondence and Name File series.

The Audiovisual Series has been divided into four subseries: Sound Recordings, Video Tapes, DVDs, and Digital Files. The series provides a unique perspective on Waldman's activities, and thus complements and expands the manuscript and photographic holdings. Including recordings of readings, lectures, and interviews given by Waldman and others, the series strongly represents the sounds and voices of late 20th century American poetry.

The Sound Recordings subseries has been organized according to format, including LPs and 45s, Compact Discs, Reels, and Audio Cassettes. In order to facilitate access, each sound recording has been numbered. Recordings are numbered sequentially within each subseries. Titles indicated in quotation marks in the finding aid are quoted directly from the labels of the recordings. In a few cases, particularly within the Commercial Recordings grouping, quotation marks are also used to indicate the title of a poem or work.

The LPs and 45s, Compact Discs, and Reels represent a relatively small part of the subseries. The LPs and 45s include the 1977 LP "John Giorno and Anne Waldman," as well as Waldman's "Uh-Oh Plutonium" 45, and a "voice-o-graph" recording of Waldman and Michael Brownstein. The Compact Discs subseries consists of commercial recordings of Waldman, including a live 1991 performance in Amsterdam which includes an accompanying booklet of poems.

Reels include recordings related to a variety of subjects. Included are Waldman performances at radio stations and elsewhere, television shows related to poetry, a commercial recording of Fast Speaking Woman , and a recording of Waldman while acting. To facilitate access, the recordings in this group have been transferred onto recordable compact discs. The numbering and labeling of the compact discs corresponds to the numbering of the reels.

The largest part of the subseries is comprised of Cassettes, which include readings and lectures by Waldman and other poets, interviews, radio broadcasts featuring Waldman, commercial recordings, Waldman's recording projects, and other miscellaneous recordings. Spanning the years 1971-2002, the readings include recordings of Waldman reading with Ted Berrigan, Allen Ginsberg, Diane di Prima, Gary Snyder and others. In addition, there are several recordings of readings not by Anne Waldman, including performances by Ginsberg, John Ashbery, Robert Creeley, Philip Whalen and others. Lectures by Waldman at Naropa Institute and in other settings, and lectures by William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg, Ted Berrigan, Carl Rakosi, and Peter Orlovsky are included.

Interviews and conversations represent the strongest part of the series. In addition to an interview of Waldman conducted by Larry Fagin, tapes of interviews of Joe Brainard, Edwin Denby, Diane di Prima, Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg, and Philip Whalen are included, many conducted by Waldman. There are two recordings of "conversations," one with Waldman, Clark Coolidge, Lewis MacAdams, and others, and one with Waldman, Tom Clark, Lewis Warsh, Lewis MacAdams, and Philip Whalen. Of note is a cassette recording of Allen Ginsberg orally composing the introduction to Talking Poetics from Naropa Institute: Annals of the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics . To facilitate access, the cassette recordings have been transferred onto recordable compact discs. The numbering and labeling of the compact discs corresponds to the numbering of the cassette tapes.

Video recordings consists of 42 VHS videocassettes, one 8mm film reel and ten DVDs. The readings, performances and lectures grouping includes performances from 1990 to 1998 and is the primary strength of the subseries. In addition to Waldman's performances, the tapes include readings by Allen Ginsberg, Gary Snyder, Michael McClure, Ed Sanders and others. Most of the tapes in the programs and television shows grouping were produced commercially or for television shows. The highlight of the grouping is a tape which includes seven episodes of "Word One," a Boulder, Colorado cable access television show hosted by Waldman, which includes performances by Allen Ginsberg, Kenward Elmslie and other poets. The programs and television shows grouping also includes a tape of "poetry videos" from the Manhattan Poetry Video Project, including music videos of Waldman's "Uh-Oh Plutonium," Allen Ginsberg's "Father Death Blues," and Bob Holman's "Rapp It Up." The personal and miscellaneous grouping includes a videotape copy of a home movie of Waldman, Lewis Warsh, Ted Berrigan and others. DVD copies of the first 27 videotapes and the film reel in the subseries (WALDVID-1 to WALDVID-27) are available for viewing in the reading room of the Special Collections Library, with advance notice for retrieval and setup. The ten original DVDs in the subseries are labeled with the prefix WALDDVD- and consist mainly of Anne Waldman poetry readings, and collaborative events such as Transatlantic Howl! A Dedication to Allen Ginsberg, a multivenue event featuring poetry readings and poetic theatre pieces celebrating Ginsberg's poem Howl .

The Digital Files subseries includes backups of email correspondence, files on Waldman's poems and books, such as parts I and II of the Iovis Trilogy and the anthology Civil Disobediences , and interviews. Most of these materials are stored on floppy disks and have not been transferred to viewable digital media.

Separated Material

Published books and serials have been cataloged separately.

Subject Terms
    Genre Terms:
    • Artists' books.
    • Audiotapes.
    • Correspondence.
    • Diaries.
    • Drafts (documents)
    • Drawings.
    • Manuscripts for publication.
    • Manuscripts.
    • Paintings.
    • Photographs.
    • Poems.
    • Posters.
    • Slides (photographs).
    • Student projects.
    • Videotapes.
    Subjects:
    • Boulder (Colo.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
    • New York (N.Y.) -- Intellectual life -- 20th century.
    • United States.--Intellectual life--20th century.
    • Abbott, Keith, 1944-
    • Abrams, Sam
    • Alcalay, Ammiel
    • Anderson, Laurie, 1947-
    • Andrews, Bruce, 1948-
    • Antler, 1946-
    • Ashbery, John, 1927-
    • Ball, Gordon
    • Banks, Russell, 1940-
    • Baraka, Amina
    • Baraka, Imamu Amiri, 1934-
    • Baxter, Glen
    • Beltrametti, Franco
    • Berkson, Bill
    • Bernstein, Charles, 1950-
    • Berrigan, Ted
    • Berssenbrugge, Mei-Mei, 1947-
    • Bly, Robert
    • Bockris, Victor, 1949-
    • Boudin, Jean
    • Brainard, Joe, 1942-1994
    • Brand, Stewart
    • Brautigan, Richard
    • Bremser, Bonnie, 1939-
    • Brook, Donna, 1944-
    • Brooks, Gwendolyn, 1917-2000
    • Brownstein, Michael, 1943-
    • Bukowski, Charles
    • Burckhardt, Rudy
    • Burroughs, William S., 1914-1997
    • Bye, Ambrose
    • Bye, Reed
    • Cage, John
    • Carroll, Jim
    • Chr?ibkova´, Marie, 1969-
    • Clark, Tom, 1941-
    • Clay, Steven, 1951-
    • Codrescu, Andrei, 1946-
    • Cohen, Ira
    • Collom, Jack, 1931-
    • Coolidge, Clark, 1939-
    • Cope, David,, 1948-
    • Corso, Gregory
    • Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005
    • Denby, Edwin, 1903-1983
    • Di Prima, Diane
    • Dorn, Edward
    • Duncan, Robert Edward, 1919-1988
    • Dunn, Douglas
    • Dworkin, Andrea
    • Dylan, Bob, 1941-
    • Eigner, Larry, 1927-
    • Elmslie, Kenward
    • Eshleman, Clayton
    • Fagin, Larry
    • Faithfull, Marianne
    • Ferlinghetti, Lawrence
    • Field, Thalia,, 1966-
    • Ford, Charles Henri
    • Foss, Phillip
    • Foye, Raymond, 1957-
    • Galassi, Jonathan
    • Gallup, Dick, 1941-
    • Ginsberg, Allen, 1926-1997
    • Giorno, John
    • Glassgold, Peter, 1939-
    • Goldberg, Natalie
    • Greenwald, Ted
    • Grooms, Red
    • Guest, Barbara
    • Gustafson, Jim
    • Guston, Philip, 1913-1980
    • Hall, Donald, 1928-
    • Hawkins, Bobbie Louise, 1930-
    • Hejinian, Lyn
    • Heller, Michael, 1937-
    • Hershon, Robert
    • Hiler, Jerome.
    • Hollo, Anselm
    • Holman, Bob, 1948-
    • Hornick, Lita R., 1927-
    • Horowitz, Michael, 1938-
    • Hoyem, Andrew
    • Jacquette, Yvonne, 1934-
    • Johns, Jasper, 1930-
    • Johnston, Alastair, 1950-
    • Katz, Alex, 1927-
    • Kelly, Robert, 1935-
    • Kerouac, Jan, 1952-
    • Kesey, Ken
    • Kinnel, Galway.
    • Koch, Kenneth, 1925-2002
    • Kornblum, Allan, 1949-
    • Kostelanetz, Richard
    • Kyger, Joanne
    • Lacy, Steve
    • LeFevre, Frances
    • Lenhart, Gary
    • Lesniak, Rose, 1955-
    • LeSueur, Joe
    • Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997
    • Levine, Les, 1935-
    • Lifshin, Lyn
    • Mac Low, Jackson
    • MacAdams, Lewis, 1944-
    • Malanga, Gerard
    • Mapplethorpe, Robert
    • Mayer, Bernadette
    • McClure, Michael
    • McGrath, Thomas, 1916-1990
    • McNaughton, Duncan
    • Meltzer, Richard
    • Merwin, W. S., (William Stanley), 1927-
    • Mikolowski, Ann
    • Mikolowski, Ken
    • Moore, Honor, 1945-
    • Morice, Dave, 1946-
    • Myles, Eileen
    • Nations, Opal L.
    • Nemerov, Howard
    • Noel, Susan
    • North, Charles, 1941-
    • Notley, Alice, 1945-
    • Oliver, Akilah
    • Oliver, Douglas
    • Oppenheimer, Joel, 1930-1988
    • Orlovsky, Peter, 1933-2010
    • Osman, Jena
    • Padgett, Ron, 1942-
    • Patchen, Mirian.
    • Perloff, Marjorie
    • Rakosi, Carl, 1903-2004
    • Reed, Ishmael, 1938-
    • Reed, Lou
    • Ricard, Rene, 1946-
    • Richey, Joseph
    • Rivers, Larry, 1925-2002
    • Rockwell, Martha.
    • Rosenquist, James, 1933-
    • Rosenthal, Bob, 1950-
    • Rothenberg, Jerome, 1931-
    • Sakaki, Nanao
    • Sanders, Ed
    • Saroyan, Aram
    • Scalapino, Leslie
    • Schelling, Andrew
    • Schiff, Harris
    • Schjeldahl, Peter
    • Schneeman, George
    • Schuyler, James
    • Shepard, Sam, 1943-
    • Sike´liano`s, Eleni
    • Silliman, Ronald, 1946-
    • Smedman, Lorna
    • Smith, Pat.
    • Smith, Patti
    • Snyder, Gary, 1930-
    • Swenson, Cole, 1955-
    • Swenson, May
    • Talese, Gay
    • Tanner, Wesley B.
    • Tarn, Nathaniel
    • Taylor, Steven.
    • Thomas, Lorenzo, 1944-2005
    • Torregian, Sotère
    • Trungpa, Cho¨gyam, 1939-1987
    • Tysh, Christine.
    • Tysh, George, 1942-
    • Veitch, Tom
    • Vogelsang, Arthur
    • Wakoski, Diane
    • Wang, Ping, 1957-
    • Warsh, Lewis
    • Washington, Jerome, 1939-
    • Whalen, Philip
    • Wieners, John, 1934-2002
    • Wilentz, Ted
    • Wilkie, Britton
    • Wright, Rebecca, 1942-
    • Yates, Katie
    • Zweig, Ellen, 1947-
    • American poetry -- 20th century.
    • Artists -- United States.
    • Authors and publishers.
    • Beat generation -- United States.
    • Bohemianism -- United States -- History -- 20th century.
    • Buddhism and education -- United States.
    • Experimental poetry, American.
    • Oral interpretation of poetry.
    • Performance art -- United States.
    • Poetics.
    • Poetry -- Study and teaching.
    • Poetry -- United States.
    • Poetry.
    • Poets, American.
    • Politics and literature.
    • Social change in literature.
    • Spiritual life--Buddhism--United States.
    • Women authors, American.
    • Women poets, American.
    • Women publishers--United States.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    Biographical [series]:

    The Biographical series is comprised of approximately .5 linear feet of material. The series contains biographical summaries written by Waldman and others, resumes, travel and work itineraries, and publicity material such as press releases, pamphlets, and quotes and "blurbs" for books.

    Box   1  
    Biographical summaries and statements,  undated
    Box   1  
    Contemporary Authors autobiographical essay and manuscripts,  1992
    Box   1  
    Publicity packets, flyers and pamphlets,  1974-2004, undated
    Box   1  
    Press releases and reviews,  1970-2004, undated
    Box   1  
    Quotes and "blurbs,"  undated
    Box   1  
    Resumes,  undated
    Box   1  
    Travel and work itineraries,  2002, 2006 and undated
    Box   1  
    Various poems about Anne Waldman,  1986-1998, undated
    Box   1  
    Tributes
    Box   1  
    Columbia Spectator newspaper with annotations by Jonathan Cott,  September-December, 1962
    Box   1  
    U.S. passport,  January 18, 1978 - January 17, 1983
     
    Correspondence and Name File [series]:

    The Correspondence and Name File series consists of 25 linear feet of material, divided into several subseries. The series provides insight into Waldman's professional activities and relationships, and her personal relationships with an astounding number of poets, writers, and artists.

     
    Name File [subseries]:
    Box   2  
    Abbott, Keith,  1990, 2000-2001, undated
    Box   2  
    Abbott, Steve,  1979
    Box   2  
    Abish, Walter,  1975
    Box   2  
    Abrams, Michael,  1972-1981, undated
     
    Abrams, Sam
    Box   2  
    Correspondence,  1977-1997
    Box   2  
    Manuscripts,  1989-1994
    Box   2  
    Acconci, Vito,  undated
    Box   2  
    Acker, Kathy,  1973-1977
    Box   2  
    Adam, Helen,  1976-1986, undated
    Box   2  
    Alcalay, Ammiel (3 folders),  2004-2009
    Box   2  
    Aletti, Vince,  undated
    Box   2  
    Allen, Deborah,  1977
    Box   2  
    Allen, Donald,  1968-1994, undated
    Box   2  
    Allen, Michael,  1972
    Box   2  
    Allione, Tsultim and Constanzo,  1978-1982, undated
    Box   2  
    Alpert, Barry,  1971-1972
    Box   2  
    Amussen, Robert (The Bobbs-Merrill Company),  1968-1980
    Box   2  
    Anania, Michael,  1973
    Box   2  
    Anderson, Erik,  1992, 2006
    Box   2  
    Anderson, Laurie,  1985
    Box   2  
    Andre, Michael,  undated
     
    Andrews, Bruce
    Box   2  
    Correspondence,  1971-1989
    Box   2  
    Manuscripts and printed,  1986, undated
    Box   2  
    Anglesey, Zoe,  1986-1992
    Box   2  
    Antler,  1975-1995, undated
    Box   2  
    Aponte, Carlos,  undated
    Box   2  
    Ardinger, Rick (Limberlost Press),  1992
    Box   2  
    Aronowitz, Al,  1976
     
    Ashbery, John,
    Box   2  
    Correspondence,  1966-1992
    Box   2  
    Poetry photocopies,  undated
    Box   2  
    Flyer and introduction,  undated
    Box   2  
    Ashley, Robert,  1982
    Box   2  
    Atlas, James,  1979
    Box   2  
    Augustine, Jane,  1986-1996, 2004
    Box   2  
    Autin, David,  1973, 1986
    Box   2  
    Ayden, Erje,  1971
    Box   2  
    Ayers, Ian,  1998
    Box   2  
    Balash, Muriel (WCBS-TV),  1975
    Box   2  
    Baldwin, Gordon,  1974-1996, undated
     
    Ball, Gordon
    Box   2  
    Correspondence,  1974-1991, 2000, 2007
    Box   2  
    Portfolio: Selected Photographs of the Beat Generation, photocopy  1994
    Box   2  
    Ballou, Ronald (The Chapel Press),  1971
    Box   2  
    Bamber, Linda (Tufts University),  1980
    Box   2  
    Bamberger, Bill and Janet (2 folders),  1975-1997, 2000, undated
    Box   2  
    Banks, Russell,  1972-1974
    Box   2  
    Baraka, Amiri and Amina,  1977-2004, undated
    Box   2  
    Barba, Sharon and Joanna Cattonar (University of New Mexico),  1980
    Box   2  
    Bardwell, Leland,  undated
    Box   2  
    Bartlett, Jennifer,  1971
    Box   2  
    Bartlett, Lee ( American Poetry Review ),  1984-1985, 2001
    Box   2  
    Bathurst, Bill,  1969-1988, undated
    Box   2  
    Baude, Dawn,  1993-1995
    Box   2  
    Baxter, Glen,  1978-1979
    Box   2  
    Becher, Anne,  1987, 2001
    Box   2  
    Beck-Rex, Marguerite,  1976
    Box   2  
    Beltrametti, Franco,  1977-1994, undated
    Box   2  
    Benamov, Michel,  1974
    Box   2  
    Benn, Soyo,  1979, undated
    Box   2  
    Berg, Karen,  undated
    Box   2  
    Berge, Carol,  1973
    Box   2  
    Berke, Roberta,  1974
     
    Berkson, Bill
    Box   2  
    Manuscripts,  1968, undated
    Box   2  
    Printed and miscellaneous,  1973, 1974 and undated
    Box   3  
    Correspondence (6 folders),  1966-2006, undated
    Box   3  
    Berman, Paul,  1980
    Box   3  
    Bernstein, Charles,  1979-1992, 2004, undated
    Box   3  
    Berrigan, Anselm,  1994, 2000-2004
    Box   3  
    Berrigan, David and Kate,  1982-2004, undated
    Box   3  
    Berrigan, Edmund,  1991
     
    Berrigan, Sandy
    Box   3  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1970-1987, 2000, 2004, undated
    Box   3  
    Manuscripts,  1969, undated
     
    Berrigan, Ted
    Box   3  
    Correspondence (2 folders)  1966-1983, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   3  
    Poetry,  undated
    Box   3  
    Prose,  1970, undated
    Box   3  
    Printed material,  1969-1971, undated
    Box   3  
    Lectures and Teaching material,  1976, undated
    Box   3  
    Flyers and artwork,  undated
    Box   3  
    Clippings,  1983, undated
    Box   3  
    Miscellaneous,  1967, undated
     
    Berssenbrugge, Mei-Mei
    Box   3  
    Correspondence,  1982-1998, 2002, undated
    Box   3  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   3  
    Bertholf, Robert (University of Buffalo),  1995-1996
    Box   3  
    Bey, Hakim,  undated
    Box   3  
    Billote, Louise,  1977, undated
    Box   3  
    Blackburn, Paul,  1971
    Box   3  
    Blake, Bill,  1977
    Box   3  
    Blaser, Robin,  1992-1993, 2000, undated
    Box   3  
    Bly, Robert,  1974-1977
    Box   3  
    Bockris, Victor,  1974-1980, undated
    Box   3  
    Bodien, Richard,  1979
    Box   3  
    Boelitz, Martin,  1962-1964, undated
    Box   3  
    Bonanno, David (American Poetry Review),  1988
    Box   3  
    Bootman, Tyler,  undated
    Box   3  
    Borregard, Angela,  undated
    Box   3  
    Borrus, Beth,  1995
    Box   3  
    Boudin, Jean and Leonard,  1975-1986, undated
    Box   3  
    Bowering, George,  1973
    Box   3  
    Boyack, Jimmy,  1971
    Box   3  
    Boyers, Marion,  1974
    Box   3  
    Bradshaw, David,  1997
     
    Brainard, Joe
    Box   3  
    Correspondence (3 folders),  1967-1991, undated
    Box   4  
    Correspondence (5 folders),  1967-1991, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   4  
    I Remember (2 folders),  undated
    Box   4  
    "Little Known Facts About People,"  undated
    Box   4  
    Miscellaneous manuscripts,  1972, undated
    Box   4  
    Printed material,  1972-1994, undated
    Box   4  
    Interview by Anne Waldman,  1978, undated
    Box   4  
    Obituary and memorial,  1994
    Box   4  
    Photographs,  undated
    Box   4  
    Flyers and ephemera,  1987, undated
    Box   4  
    Finding Aid for Joe Brainard Archive, Mandeville Department of Special Collections, University of California, San Diego,  1992
    Box   4  
    Braman, Sandra,  1992
    Box   4  
    Bramness, Hanne,  1982-1993
    Box   4  
    Brand, Stewart,  1975-1978
    Box   4  
    Brautigan, Richard,  1970, undated
     
    Bremser, Bonnie,
    Box   4  
    Correspondence,  1970-1979
    Box   4  
    Manuscript of memoir,  undated
    Box   4  
    Bremser, Ray,  1970
    Box   4  
    Brenner, Summer,  1979, undated
    Box   4  
    Brody, Jim,  1966-1979, undated
    Box   4  
    Brook, Donna,  1973, undated
    Box   4  
    Brooks, Gwendolyn,  1973, 2000
    Box   4  
    Brooks, Steve,  undated
    Box   4  
    Broughton, James,  1987
    Box   4  
    Broumas, Olga,  1992-1995, undated
    Box   4  
    Brown, Lee Ann (The Poetry Project),  1989-1990, 2002, undated
    Box   4  
    Brown, Rebecca,  1973-1984, undated
     
    Brownstein, Michael
    Box   4  
    Correspondence (6 folders),  1966-2000, undated
    Box   4  
    Manuscripts,  1980, undated
    Box   4  
    Printed material,  undated
    Box   5  
    Notes for Anne Waldman,  undated
    Box   5  
    Notes, jottings and miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   5  
    Bruck, Rolf,  1986-1991
    Box   5  
    Bruckner, Don,  1972
    Box   5  
    Buchanan, Ann,  1974
    Box   5  
    Bukowski, Charles,  1971-1978
    Box   5  
    Bunge, Nancy,  1981
    Box   5  
    Bunting, Basil,  1978
    Box   5  
    Burch, Marcia (Penguin Books),  1973
    Box   5  
    Burckhardt, Rudy,  1967-1995, undated
    Box   5  
    Burger, Mary,  undated
    Box   5  
    Burk, Ronnie,  1980
    Box   5  
    Burns, Skip,  1973
     
    Burroughs, William
    Box   5  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1976-1996, undated
    Box   5  
    Interview by Anne Waldman,  1978
    Box   5  
    Post cards, announcements and clippings,  undated
    Box   5  
    Funeral and memorial,  1997
    Box   5  
    Bush, Rebecca,  1994, undated
    Box   5  
    Butts, Wally,  1979
     
    Bye, Reed
     
    Correspondence
    Box   5  
    Anne Waldman (6 folders),  1976-2001, 2006, undated
    Box   5  
    Other correspondents (6 folders),  1971-1987, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   5  
    "Border Theme",  undated
    Box   5  
    "Poems 1978"
    Box   5  
    Miscellaneous poems and notes,  1979, undated
    Box   5  
    Journal entries,  1979-1980, undated
    Box   5  
    Heart's Bestiary cover mock-ups,  undated
    Box   5  
    Naropa Course notes,  1981
    Box   5  
    Miscellaneous,  1979, 2002, undated
    Box   5  
    Caddel, Richard,  1979
    Box   5  
    Cage, John,  1973
    Box   5  
    Campbell, Marc (Lodestar Press),  undated
    Box   5  
    Cantrill, Arthur and Corrine,  1973
    Box   5  
    Cardarelli, Joe,  1989-1992
    Box   5  
    Carella, Simone,  1980
    Box   5  
    Carey, Steve,  1971, undated
    Box   5  
    Carey, Tom,  1978
     
    Carroll, Jim
    Box   5  
    Correspondence,  1969-1974, undated
    Box   5  
    Manuscripts (2 folders),  1982, undated
    Box   5  
    Carroll, Paul,  1971-1973
    Box   5  
    Carson, Anne,  2005
    Box   5  
    Carstairs, Jaime,  1974-1998, undated
    Box   5  
    Cerevalo, Joe,  1986, undated
    Box   6  
    Cheatham, David,  1980, undated
    Box   6  
    Chester, Laura,  1987-1990
    Box   6  
    Chribkova, Marie (One Woman Press),  2001
    Box   6  
    Clark, Angelica,  1970-1975, 2000-2006, undated
     
    Clark, Tom
    Box   6  
    Correspondence (4 folders),  1965-1995, 2001, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   6  
    Poetry,  1971-1986, undated
    Box   6  
    Prose,  undated
    Box   6  
    Printed material,  1971, undated
    Box   6  
    Artwork,  1968-1970, undated
    Box   6  
    Miscellaneous,  1967-1968, undated
    Box   6  
    Clay, Steve (Granary Books),  1996-2001, undated
    Box   6  
    Cleamon, Peter,  1976
    Box   6  
    Cobb, Noel,  1974-1975, undated
     
    Codrescu, Andrei
    Box   6  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1969-1995, undated
    Box   6  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   6  
    Cohen, Ira,  1986-1992, undated
    Box   6  
    Cohen, Jonathan,  1992
     
    Cohn, Jim
    Box   6  
    Correspondence,  1978-2001, undated
    Box   6  
    Manuscripts,  1981, undated
    Box   6  
    Coleman, Victor,  1980
     
    Collom, Jack
    Box   6  
    Correspondence,  1971-1994, 2005-2006
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   6  
    "Answering Something Plato Said,"  1988
    Box   6  
    'The Blue Heron,"  undated
    Box   6  
    "The Drift of Things,"  1978
    Box   6  
    "Haiku in Great Literature of the West,"  undated
    Box   6  
    "Travel South in the Summer,"  1978
    Box   6  
    "Trip to Mexico,"  1979
    Box   6  
    "Winning,"  undated
    Box   6  
    "8-Ball,"  1992
    Box   6  
    Miscellaneous poems (2 folders),  1978-1987, undated
    Box   6  
    Poster and broadsides,  1988, undated
    Box   6  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   6  
    Colville, Georgiana,  1989
    Box   6  
    Connor, Julia,  1989-2002
    Box   6  
    Cook, Albert,  1974
     
    Coolidge, Clark
    Box   6  
    Correspondence,  1971-1994, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   6  
    "The Crystal Text,"  undated
    Box   6  
    Ted Berrigan material,  1983
    Box   6  
    Miscellaneous manuscripts,  1973-1982, undated
    Box   6  
    Interview questionnaire,  1995
    Box   6  
    Cooper, Dennis,  1979-1982, undated
    Box   6  
    Cope, David,  1985-1998, 2001-2002
    Box   6  
    Corbett, Bill,  1973-1997, 2002
    Box   6  
    Corman, Cid,  1980
    Box   6  
    Corso, Gregory,  1971, 1977, undated
     
    Cott, Jonathan
    Box   7  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1962-1994, 2002, undated
    Box   7  
    Manuscripts,  1980-1986, undated
    Box   7  
    Coultas, Brenda,  2001, 2005
    Box   7  
    Cox, Bill,  1973-1974
    Box   7  
    Crabtree, Lee,  1968-1973, undated
     
    Creeley, Robert
    Box   7  
    Correspondence,  1971-1997, undated
    Box   7  
    University of New Mexico M.A. thesis, Selected Poems (1957-1959),  1959
    Box   7  
    Printed Material,  1973-1984
    Box   7  
    Creson, Steve,  1987-1993
    Box   7  
    Curtis, Jackie,  undated
    Box   7  
    Crispell, Marilyn  2001-2002
    Box   7  
    Daley, John,  1977, 1980
    Box   7  
    Dalrymple-Hollo, Jane,  1984, undated
    Box   7  
    Dardzinski, Dennis,  1974
    Box   7  
    Darras, Jaques,  1970
    Box   7  
    Dart, Melinda,  1977
    Box   7  
    Davidson, Michael,  1979-1980
    Box   7  
    Davies, Alan,  1975-1995
    Box   7  
    Davis, Gray Harriman,  1968
    Box   7  
    Davison, Matthew,  1973
    Box   7  
    Dawson, Fielding,  1974-1994
    Box   7  
    DeCoursey, Peggy,  1975, 2001
    Box   7  
    Degroote, Bernard,  1975
    Box   7  
    Della Terza, Grazia,  1984-1987, 2002
    Box   7  
    De Loach, Allen (Empire State College),  1971-1977
    Box   7  
    DeLynn, Jane,  undated
    Box   7  
    Dematrakis, Johanna,  1980
     
    Denby, Edwin
    Box   7  
    Correspondence,  1973-1979, undated
    Box   7  
    Manuscripts,  1981, undated
    Box   7  
    Interview,  1978
    Box   7  
    Biographical,  1974-1997
    Box   7  
    Dennis, Donna,  1974-1984, undated
    Box   7  
    Desjardins, Marc,  undated
    Box   7  
    Devore, Darrell,  undated
    Box   7  
    DeWys, Margaret,  1984
    Box   7  
    DiPietro, Robert (Lordly & Dame, Inc.),  1978
    Box   7  
    Dibbell, Charlie,  1977
     
    Di Prima, Diane
    Box   7  
    Correspondence (3 folders),  1974-2012, undated
    Box   7  
    Manuscripts,  1975-1988, undated
    Box   7  
    Printed Material,  1976-1984, undated
    Box   7  
    Course and workshop descriptions,  1987, undated
    Box   7  
    di Prima, Jeanne,  1976
    Box   7  
    Disch, Tom,  undated
    Box   7  
    Dmytriw, Linda,  1973
    Box   7  
    Dominic, Magie,  1993
    Box   7  
    Donegan, Pat,  1980-1984
    Box   7  
    D'Or, Vic, (The Eternal Network),  1977
    Box   7  
    Dorfman, Elisa,  1975, undated
    Box   7  
    Dorje, Shakya,  1977-1980, undated
     
    Dorn, Ed
    Box   7  
    Correspondence,  1974-1992
    Box   7  
    Printed material,  1971-1987
    Box   7  
    Dorn, Harold,  1981
     
    Dorsky, Nick
    Box   7  
    Correspondence (3 folders),  1970-1994, 2009, undated
    Box   7  
    Manuscript,  undated
    Box   7  
    Biographical,  undated
    Box   7  
    Douthit, Peter (World Poetry Bout Association),  1994
    Box   7  
    Dragonette, Ree,  undated
    Box   7  
    Ducornet, Rikki,  1992
     
    Duncan, Robert
    Box   7  
    Correspondence,  1976-1988
    Box   7  
    Interviews,  1978, undated
     
    Dunn, Douglas
    Box   8  
    Correspondence (4 folders),  1975-2001, undated
    Box   8  
    Correspondence (7 folders),  1975-2001, undated
    Box   8  
    Manuscripts,  1997
    Box   8  
    Postcards, flyers, and announcements,  1987-1988, undated
    Box   8  
    Artwork,  undated
    Box   8  
    Dunn, Ethan,  1986, undated
    Box   8  
    Dunn, S.K.,  1978, undated
    Box   8  
    Dunning, Steven,  1977, undated
    Box   8  
    Duplessis, Rachel Blau,  1995-1997, 2001, 2004
    Box   8  
    DuRoi, Denise,  1981-1983, undated
    Box   8  
    Dworkin, Andrea,  1965, undated
    Box   8  
    Eigner, Larry,  1986, undated
    Box   8  
    Einhorn, Nikolaus (S Press Tonbanduerlag),  1979
    Box   8  
    Eisenberg, Barry,  1974-1975
    Box   8  
    Ekner, Reidar,  1978-1983
     
    Elisov, Tania
    Box   8  
    Correspondence,  1990-1998, undated
    Box   8  
    Manuscripts,  1993-1998, undated
    Box   8  
    Emigholz, Heinz,  1979
    Box   8  
    Elliot, Jai,  1976
    Box   8  
    Ellison, John (Broken Moon Press),  1993
     
    Elmslie, Kenward
    Box   8  
    Correspondence (3 folders),  1969-1994, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   8  
    "City Junket,"  undated
    Box   8  
    Poetry,  1969, undated
    Box   8  
    Biographies and writing exercises,  1968, undated
    Box   8  
    Printed Material,  1970-1977
    Box   8  
    Posters and Flyers,  undated
    Box   8  
    Elovich, Richard,  1976-1980
    Box   8  
    Epstein, Jason (Random House),  1980
    Box   8  
    Eshleman, Clayton,  1971-2006, undated
    Box   8  
    Facey, Steve,  1972-1977, undated
     
    Fagin, Larry
    Box   8  
    Correspondence,  1969-1994, 2001, undated
    Box   8  
    Manuscripts,  1968-1969, undated
    Box   8  
    Interview(?),  undated
    Box   8  
    "Proust Questionnaire" completed by Anne Waldman,  1971
    Box   8  
    Broadsides, posters, and artwork,  1977, undated
    Box   8  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   8  
    Faithfull, Marianne,  1988-1989
    Box   8  
    Farrah, George,  1973
    Box   8  
    Faulwell, Dean,  1972
    Box   8  
    Feliu, Denise,  1971
    Box   8  
    Felver, Chris,  1994
     
    Ferlinghetti, Lawrence
    Box   8  
    Correspondence,  1974-1994, 2001-2003, undated
    Box   8  
    Manuscripts and printed material,  1975-1994, undated
     
    Ferrari, Mary
    Box   9  
    Correspondence,  1969-1993
    Box   9  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   9  
    Field, Edward,  1977
    Box   9  
    Field, Thalia,  1999-2003
    Box   9  
    Fielding, Kent,  undated
    Box   9  
    Fischer, Norman,  1981-1995
    Box   9  
    Fishbach, Chris (Coffeehouse Press),  2000-2003, 2006
    Box   9  
    Fisher, Grant,  1974-1975
    Box   9  
    Fisketjon, Gary (Random House),  1980
    Box   9  
    Fitzsimmons, Thomas,  undated
    Box   9  
    Folkins, Caroline,  1973
    Box   9  
    Ford, Charles Henri,  1972-1995, undated
    Box   9  
    Foss, Phillip,  1984-1992
    Box   9  
    Foster, Ed,  1981-1997, undated
    Box   9  
    Fox, Elizabeth,  1978-1985, undated
    Box   9  
    Fox, Siv Cedering,  undated
    Box   9  
    Foye, Raymond,  1986-1993
    Box   9  
    Frankel, Adrienne,  1979, undated
    Box   9  
    Franks, David,  1970-1993, undated
    Box   9  
    Fraser, Kathleen,  1986-2001
    Box   9  
    Fredricks, Claude,  1966-1977, undated
    Box   9  
    Freilicher, Jane,  1981, undated
     
    Friedman, Ed
    Box   9  
    Correspondence,  1986-1993, undated
    Box   9  
    "Desert Industry," manuscript,  1979
    Box   9  
    Friedman, Jon,  1979
    Box   9  
    Friedman, Richard,  1972-1974
    Box   9  
    Friend, Ethelyn (Stearns),  1983-1995
    Box   9  
    Funkhouser, Christopher,  1997, 1999
    Box   9  
    Galassi, Jonathan,  1976-1984
     
    Gallup, Dick
    Box   9  
    Correspondence,  1975-1976
    Box   9  
    Manuscripts,  1978, undated
    Box   9  
    Galuis, Kristen,  1972
    Box   9  
    Gardner, Geoffery,  1978-1979
     
    Garland, Peter
    Box   9  
    Correspondence,  1985-1986
    Box   9  
    "The Bone Show," manuscript and score,  1987
    Box   9  
    Gay, Pamela,  1974
    Box   9  
    Gere, Richard,  1988
    Box   9  
    Germaine, Edward,  1974
    Box   9  
    Gierach, John,  undated
    Box   9  
    Gilbert, Alan (2 folders),  2001-2009
    Box   9  
    Gill, Charles (Archer Press),  1977-1978
    Box   9  
    Gill, Neil,  undated
    Box   9  
    Gillfillan, Merrill,  1971
    Box   9  
    Gilliat, Sarah,  undated
     
    Ginsberg, Allen
    Box   9  
    Correspondence (3 folders),  1970-1995, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   9  
    Howl (labeled "second working copy") (5 folders),  1986
    Box   9  
    Introduction for William Burroughs' Letters to Allen Ginsberg, 1953-1957, edited by Ron Padgett  1981
    Box   9  
    Letters to Yugoslavia (Vojo Sindolic) from "Beat Scene",  1981-1992
    Box   9  
    Miscellaneous poetry manuscripts,  1973-1976
    Box   9  
    Miscellaneous prose manuscripts,  1969-1985 undated
     
    Printed material
    Box   9  
    Poetry and broadsides,  1977-1977
    Box   10  
    Clippings (2 folders),  1979-1994
    Box   10  
    Programs and invitations,  1979-2005
     
    Miscellaneous
    Box   10  
    Biographical summary,  ca. 1978
    Box   10  
    Ginsberg Trust,  1994-1998
    Box   10  
    Interviews,(audio cassette in audiovisual series)  1976-1996
    Box   10  
    Interview with Vojo Sindolic,  1986
    Box   10  
    Memorials and obituaries (2 folders),  1997
    Box   10  
    Anne Waldman's speech for tree planting memorial at St. Mark's Church-in-the-Bowery  August 18, 1999
    Box   10  
    Rhino compact disc boxed set ( Allen Ginsberg: A Recorded History) correspondence and liner notes by Anne Waldman,  1993
    Box   10  
    Teaching material,  1983
    Box   10  
    Travel itineraries,  1979-1996
    Box   10  
    Anne Waldman "notes on a conversation with Allen G,"  1994
    Box   10  
    Various,  undated
    Box   10  
    Allen Ginsberg's necktie (red and blue stripe)
     
    Notes
    Box   10  
    Door notes and messages for Anne Waldman,  undated
    Box   10  
    "Rinpoche lectures": photocopies (2 folders),  1973
    Box   10  
    Miscellaneous notes and jottings,  undated
     
    Giorno, John
    Box   10  
    Correspondence,  1970-1986, undated
    Box   10  
    Manuscripts,  1973-1974, undated
    Box   10  
    Flyers, posters, and announcements,  1968-1971, undated
     
    Giorno Poetry Systems
    Box   10  
    Contracts with Anne Waldman,  1978-1980
    Box   10  
    Press Releases,  1970, undated
    Box   10  
    Glasser, Jane Ellen,  1973, undated
    Box   10  
    Glassgold, Peter (New Directions Publishing),  1976-1991
    Box   10  
    Glenn, Tamela,  undated
    Box   10  
    Godfrey, John,  1980, undated
    Box   10  
    Goheen, Ellen R.,  1980
    Box   10  
    Goldberg, Jeff,  undated
     
    Goldberg, Natalie
    Box   10  
    Correspondence,  1986-1994, undated
    Box   10  
    Manuscript, Long Quiet Highway,  1993
    Box   10  
    Golde, Morris,  1973-1980
    Box   10  
    Goldfarb, Sidney,  1974
    Box   10  
    Goldstein, Richard,  1971
    Box   10  
    Goodell, Larry,  1977
    Box   10  
    Goodfriend, Gloria,  1971
    Box   10  
    Gordon, Kirpal Singh,  undated
    Box   10  
    Granville-Smith, Maureen,  1974
    Box   10  
    Graverholz, James W.  1999
    Box   10  
    Gray, Darrell,  1969
    Box   10  
    Gray, Francine,  1974
    Box   10  
    Gray, Paul,  1975
    Box   10  
    Green, Galen,  1973
    Box   10  
    Greenspan, Eliot,  1991
     
    Greenwald, Ted
    Box   10  
    Correspondence,  1975-1976, undated
    Box   10  
    Manuscript, "Native Land,"  1976
    Box   10  
    Griffin, Tom,  undated
    Box   11  
    Grimm, David (6 folders),  1963-1976, undated
    Box   11  
    Groffsky, Maxine ( The Paris Review),  1973, undated
    Box   11  
    Grooms, Red,  1984, undated
    Box   11  
    Grossinger, Richard,  1984, undated
    Box   11  
    Gruntz, George,  1972-2004
    Box   11  
    Guarino, Mariangela (City Lights Italia),  1998-2002
    Box   11  
    Guest, Barbara,  1973-2002, undated
    Box   11  
    Gunreben, Ulrich,  1979
    Box   11  
    Guravich, Donald,  1980
    Box   11  
    Gustafson, Jim,  1979, undated
    Box   11  
    Guston, Philip,  1971-1977
    Box   11  
    Hacker, Marilyn,  1973
    Box   11  
    Haden-Guest, Hadley,  1974
    Box   11  
    Haerdter, Micheal,  1978
    Box   11  
    Haines, Randa,  1964-1968
    Box   11  
    Hall, Donald,  1971-1994, undated
    Box   11  
    Hall, James Baker,  1977, undated
    Box   11  
    Hall, Steven (2 folders),  1976-1979, undated
    Box   11  
    Hall, Susan,  1973-1989
    Box   11  
    Hallett, Marta (Stonehill Publishing),  1975-1980, undated
    Box   11  
    Hamill, Juan,  undated
    Box   11  
    Hamilton, Steve,  1974
    Box   11  
    Hamlin, Louise,  1994,2001
    Box   11  
    Hammersley, Richard,  undated
    Box   11  
    Hampson, Robert,  1977, 2006
    Box   11  
    Hansen, Al,  1966
    Box   11  
    Haring, Cynthia,  1977-1979
    Box   11  
    Harryman, Carla,  1993-1997
    Box   11  
    Hartman, Yukihede Maeshima,  1992
    Box   11  
    Hartz, Jim,  undated
    Box   11  
    Harwood, Lee,  1970-1991
    Box   11  
    Havelin, Jim,  1974-1975
    Box   11  
    Haviaras, Stratis,  1980-1982
     
    Hawkins, Bobbie Louise,
    Box   11  
    Correspondence,  1973-2006
    Box   11  
    Manuscripts,  1993, undated
    Box   11  
    Hawkins, Ralph,  1974
    Box   11  
    Haynes, Douglas,  1978, undated
    Box   11  
    Hejinian, Lyn,  1976-1993, 200, 2003, undated
    Box   11  
    Heliczer, Piero,  1973
    Box   11  
    Heller, Michael,  1980-1991
    Box   11  
    Hemenway, Anne,  2000-2002
    Box   11  
    Henderson, David,  1970-1993
    Box   11  
    Hershon, Bob,  1990-1993
    Box   11  
    Hertz, Amy (Henry Holt and Company),  1991
    Box   11  
    Hickox, Fayette,  1975
    Box   11  
    Higgins, Dick,  1969-1973
    Box   11  
    Hiler, Jerry,  1971-1992, 1999
    Box   11  
    Hillinghouse, Mark,  1984-1985
    Box   11  
    Hinchey, John,  1979-1980
    Box   11  
    Hine, Daryl (Poetry Magazine),  1973
    Box   11  
    Hintze, Christian Ide (Schule für Dichtung),  1991-1999, undated
    Box   11  
    Hobson, Gerald,  undated
    Box   11  
    Hodgekiss, Peter, (Galloping Dog Press),  1978
    Box   11  
    Hoffman, Andy,  1986-2007, undated
    Box   11  
    Holland, Joyce,  1972
     
    Hollo, Anselm
    Box   12  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1972-2006, undated
    Box   12  
    Manuscripts,  1998, undated
    Box   12  
    Printed Material,  1979-1991
    Box   12  
    Biographical,  undated
    Box   12  
    Hollowell, Amy,  1999-2000
    Box   12  
    Holman, Bob,  1979-1992, 1996, 2000-2006
    Box   12  
    Hoogstraten, Harry and Suze,  1979-1980, undated
    Box   12  
    Hoover, Paul ( Oink and Columbia Poetry Review ),  1984-2002
    Box   12  
    Hopper, Jack,  1966
    Box   12  
    Horne, Jed ( People Magazine),  1975
     
    Hornick, Lita
    Box   12  
    Correspondence,  1973-1984, undated
    Box   12  
    Manuscripts and announcements,  1991, undated
    Box   12  
    Horowitz, Michael,  1969-1980, undated
    Box   12  
    Hough, Lindy,  1975, 2000, undated
    Box   12  
    Hourwich, Sasha,  1958-1967, undated
    Box   12  
    Howe, Susan,  undated
    Box   12  
    Howard, Snooks,  undated
    Box   12  
    Hoyem, Andrew,  1970-1978
    Box   12  
    Hrdy, Becky,  1973
    Box   12  
    Hrebeniak, Michael,  undated
    Box   12  
    Hudson, Lee (University of Texas Austin),  1979
    Box   12  
    Hudspith, Vicki,  1984, 2001, undated
    Box   12  
    Hughes, Helena,  1978-1980, undated
    Box   12  
    Humann, Klaus,  1978
    Box   12  
    Hunt, Laird,  1995-2004
    Box   12  
    Hunter, Robert,  1992-1993
    Box   12  
    Hurwitz, Sidney,  1974
    Box   12  
    Hussey-Freke, Ambrose,  1980-1981
    Box   12  
    Irby, Kenneth,  1989-1993, 2000-2002
    Box   12  
    Jackson, Haziel,  undated
    Box   12  
    Jackson, Richard,  1979
    Box   12  
    Jacob, John,  1974
    Box   12  
    Jacquette, Yvonne,  1987-1989, undated
    Box   12  
    Janovy, Jennifer,  1991
    Box   12  
    Jarnot, Lisa,  1996-2007
    Box   12  
    Jenkins, Joyce ( Poetry Flash),  1978-1995, undated
    Box   12  
    Johns, Jasper,  1972-1984, undated
    Box   12  
    Johnson, Kent,  1988-1991
    Box   12  
    Johnston, Alastair,  1977-1998
    Box   12  
    Jordan, Dawn,  undated
    Box   12  
    Joris, Pierre,  1973-1974, 2000, undated
    Box   12  
    Josek, Jiri,  1993-2002
    Box   12  
    Kahn, Paul,  1975
    Box   12  
    Kaiser, Thomas,  1972
    Box   12  
    Kaminker, Karin,  1993-2002
    Box   12  
    Kamsler, Mark,  1978
    Box   12  
    Kass, Ray,  1975
    Box   12  
    Katz, Alex and Ada,  1968-1980, undated
    Box   12  
    Katz, Eliot,  1981-2007
    Box   12  
    Katz, Leandro,  1994, 2002, undated
    Box   12  
    Katz, Steve,  1985, undated
    Box   12  
    Katz, Vincent,  1986-2004
     
    Kearney, Margaret

    (also known as Tapa Kearney)

    Box   12  
    Correspondence,  1978-1979, undated
    Box   12  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   12  
    Kellner, Michael,  1979
    Box   12  
    Kelly, Robert,  1977
    Box   12  
    Kensho, Hugo,  1970
    Box   12  
    Kerouac, Jan,  undated
    Box   12  
    Kerouac, Jack,  1962
     
    Kesey, Ken
    Box   12  
    Correspondence,  1975-1999
    Box   12  
    Lecture transcript and photograph,  1975
    Box   12  
    Miscellaneous,  1976, undated
    Box   12  
    Knott, Beverly (Follett Publishing Company),  1968
    Box   12  
    Kicknosway, Faye (also known as Morgan Blair),  1974
    Box   12  
    Kimball, George,  1969
    Box   12  
    Kimberly, Nick,  1970-1974
    Box   12  
    King, Basil,  undated
    Box   12  
    King, Denyse,  1980
    Box   12  
    King, Kenneth,  1973-1976
    Box   12  
    Kinnel, Galway,  1993
    Box   12  
    Kirschenbaum, David,  1993, 2007
    Box   12  
    Kissam, Ed,  undated
    Box   12  
    Kite, Mary,  2001-2004
    Box   13  
    Knight, Arthur and Glee,  1975
    Box   13  
    Knipscheer, Jos,  1979
    Box   13  
    Knowles, Christopher,  undated
     
    Koch, Kenneth
    Box   13  
    Correspondence,  1969-1994
    Box   13  
    Printed material,  undated
    Box   13  
    Biographical,  1977, undated
    Box   13  
    Koethe, Jolen,  1979
    Box   13  
    Kohler, Michael,  1972-1988, undated
    Box   13  
    Koller, Jim,  1980
    Box   13  
    Kong, Gail (Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines),  1972-1973
     
    Kornblum, Allan
    Box   13  
    Correspondence,  1979-1995, 2000-2006, undated
    Box   13  
    Coffee House Press, royalty statements, contracts, and miscellaneous,  1984-1996, 2001, undated
    Box   13  
    Kostakis, Peter ( Milk Quarterly and Yellow Press),  1975
    Box   13  
    Kostelanetz, Richard,  1973-1976
    Box   13  
    Kramer, Robert,  undated
    Box   13  
    Krauss, Ruth,  1969, undated
    Box   13  
    Kraut, Shelley,  1976-1981
    Box   13  
    Kray, Elizabeth (Academy of American Poets),  1970
    Box   13  
    Krieger, Ian,  1984
    Box   13  
    Kumar, Radha,  1974, undated
    Box   13  
    Kurtz, Vivian,  1977-1993, undated
    Box   13  
    Kush (?) (Cloudhouse Poetry Archives),  1986-1998
     
    Kyger, Joanne
    Box   13  
    Correspondence (4 folders),  1971-2004, undated
    Box   13  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   13  
    Printed Material,  1973, undated
    Box   13  
    Interview: photocopy,  1983
    Box   13  
    Artwork and miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   13  
    Lacy, Steve,  1984-1998, 2001, undated
    Box   13  
    Lake, Eva,  1979, undated
    Box   13  
    Lally, Michael,  1973-1979, undated
    Box   13  
    Landes-Levi, Louise,  1991-1997
    Box   13  
    Landry, John,  1979
    Box   13  
    Langdell, Cheri Davis,  1982
    Box   13  
    Larkin, Joan,  1980
    Box   13  
    Larsen, Wenche,  1990
     
    Laughlin, James
    Box   13  
    Correspondence,  1976-1997
    Box   13  
    Printed Material,  1986-1995
    Box   13  
    Memorials and obituaries,  1997
    Box   13  
    Lauterbach, Ann,  1981-1983, 2006, undated
    Box   13  
    Lawrance, Scott,  1979
    Box   13  
    Lazzeri, Simone,  1979-1981
    Box   13  
    Lea, Sonya,  2000-2002
    Box   13  
    Lea, Sydney,  1974
    Box   13  
    Lehnert, Richard,  1972
    Box   13  
    Lemaine, Gerard-Georges,  1979-1983
    Box   13  
    Lenhart, Gary,  1980-1989
    Box   13  
    Lerner, Eric,  1979-1980
     
    Lesniak, Rose
    Box   13  
    Correspondence,  1975-1989, undated
    Box   13  
    Manuscripts,  1977-1978
    Box   13  
    Out There Productions video projects,  1984-1985
     
    LeSueur, Joe
    Box   13  
    Correspondence,  1991
    Box   13  
    Manuscript, Four Apartments: an Intimate Memoir of Life with Frank O'Hara,  1991
    Box   13  
    Interview,  1991
    Box   13  
    Levendosky, Charlie,  1979-1980
    Box   13  
    Levertov, Denise,  1994, undated
    Box   13  
    Levine, Les,  1973-1977
    Box   13  
    Levine, Naomi,  1976
    Box   13  
    Lewis, Harry,  1973-1975
    Box   13  
    Lewis, Joel,  1992
    Box   13  
    Leyland, Winston ( Gay Sunshine),  1974
    Box   13  
    Lichtenstein, Grace,  1980
    Box   13  
    Liebhart, Ernst,  1989
    Box   13  
    Lifshin, Lyn,  1976-1987, undated
    Box   13  
    Lloyd, Allan,  1977
    Box   13  
    Loidl, Chris,  1990-2001
    Box   13  
    London, Sara,  1992
    Box   13  
    Loomis, Ed,  1973
    Box   13  
    Lopate, Carol,  undated
    Box   13  
    Low, Steven,  1976-1988, undated
    Box   13  
    Lustig, Shelley,  1982-1992
    Box   13  
    Lynn, Lynn,  1979-1980, undated
     
    MacAdams, Lewis
    Box   14  
    Correspondence,  1969-1999, undated
    Box   14  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   14  
    McAdams, Phoebe,  1972-1980
    Box   14  
    MacArthur, Mary (Creative Artist Public Service Program),  1976-1977
    Box   14  
    MacBeth, George,  1974
    Box   14  
    Machovic, Martin,  1990, 1999
    Box   14  
    MacInnis, Jamie,  1979
    Box   14  
    MacKay, Bill,  1973, undated
     
    Mac Low, Jackson
    Box   14  
    Correspondence,  1975-1994
    Box   14  
    Manuscripts,  1980-1994
    Box   14  
    MacNaughton, Ann,  1992, 1999
    Box   14  
    Major, Clarence,  1973
     
    Malanga, Gerard
    Box   14  
    Correspondence,  1965-1991
    Box   14  
    Printed Material,  1968-1970, undated
    Box   14  
    Malmude, Steve,  1974-1978
    Box   14  
    Maluff, Saul,  1962
    Box   14  
    Mapplethorpe, Robert,  1973
    Box   14  
    Margolis, Susan,  1972-1973
    Box   14  
    Marlatt, Daphne,  1978-1982
    Box   14  
    Marron, John,  1973, undated
    Box   14  
    Martin, John (Black Sparrow Press),  1974-1975
    Box   14  
    Masters, Barbara,  1987-1997, undated
    Box   14  
    Masters, Greg,  1979-1992, undated
    Box   14  
    Masterson, Robert,  1990-1997
    Box   14  
    Matthews, Harry,  1969-1974
    Box   14  
    Matthias, John,  1974
     
    Mayer, Bernadette
    Box   14  
    Correspondence (4 folders),  1969-2002, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   14  
    Poetry,  undated
    Box   14  
    Prose,  undated
    Box   14  
    Printed,  undated
    Box   14  
    Photographs,  undated
    Box   14  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   14  
    Mayer, Musa,  1994
    Box   14  
    McCall, Anthony,  1974
     
    McClure, Michael
    Box   14  
    Correspondence,  1973-2007, undated
    Box   14  
    Manuscripts,  1976-1992
    Box   14  
    Printed material,  1972-1991, undated
     
    McCrary, Jim
    Box   14  
    Correspondence,  1991-1992
    Box   14  
    Manuscripts,  1991-1992
    Box   14  
    McCullough, Frances,  1976
    Box   14  
    McGrath, Thomas,  1974
    Box   14  
    McKenna, Thomas,  undated
    Box   14  
    McNaughton, Duncan,  1969-1987
    Box   14  
    Meltzer, Richard,  1971-1988
    Box   14  
    Merwin, W.S.,  1975
     
    Messerli, Doug (Sun and Moon Press)
    Box   14  
    Correspondence,  1978-1997
    Box   14  
    Manuscript, The Adventures Of,  undated
    Box   14  
    Mikolowski, Ann and Ken,  1972-1995, 2002
    Box   14  
    Miles, Alex,  1974
    Box   14  
    Miles, Barry,  1974, undated
    Box   14  
    Miller, Stephen Paul (The Poetry Newsletter),  undated
    Box   14  
    Minukin, Marta,  1970
    Box   14  
    Mitchell, Donald,  1974
    Box   14  
    Mitchell, Greg ( Crawdaddy magazine),  1974
    Box   14  
    Mitgang, Esther (Stonehill Publishing and Harmony Books),  1977-1985
    Box   14  
    Mohrenn, Wolfgang,  undated
    Box   14  
    Montag, Tom,  1973
    Box   14  
    Moon, Susan,  1997
    Box   14  
    Moore, Honor,  1973-2009
    Box   14  
    Morgan, Bill,  1994-2007
    Box   14  
    Morgan, John and Linda,  1984-2001, undated
    Box   14  
    Morice, David,  1980-1994, undated
    Box   14  
    Morrisey, Stephen,  1976
    Box   15  
    Morrison, Madison,  1973-1974, undated
    Box   15  
    Morrow, Bradford,  1982-1993
    Box   15  
    Moscrip, Amos,  1976
    Box   15  
    Mottram, Eric,  1978-1979
    Box   15  
    Mukpo, Sawang Osel Rangdrol(?),  1992
    Box   15  
    Mulford, Wendy,  1979
    Box   15  
    Mulligan, John,  1979
    Box   15  
    Mullins, Brighde (DIA Center for the Arts),  1994
    Box   15  
    Mundhenk, Michael,  1980
    Box   15  
    Munger, Nicky,  1963-1975, undated
    Box   15  
    Murray, Catherine,  1983
    Box   15  
    Myles, Eileen,  1979-1989
    Box   15  
    Nash, Susan,  1973
    Box   15  
    Nations, Opal,  1971-1977, undated
    Box   15  
    Nemerov, Howard,  1966-1990
    Box   15  
    Nicosia, Gerald,  1994-1998, 2007
    Box   15  
    Nielsen, Bonnie,  1976
    Box   15  
    Noel, Dan,  1982
    Box   15  
    Noel, Susan K.,  1977-2004, undated
    Box   15  
    Nolan, Pat,  1976, undated
    Box   15  
    Norbu, Tshering,  1974-1979
    Box   15  
    Norris, Kathleen (Academy of American Poets),  1971
    Box   15  
    Norse, Harold,  1979-1994
    Box   15  
    North, Charles,  1978-1988, 2000, 2002, 2005-2007, undated
     
    Notley, Alice
    Box   15  
    Correspondence(2 folders),  1971-2004, undated
    Box   15  
    Manuscripts,  1975-1983, undated
    Box   15  
    Ochester, Ed,  undated
    Box   15  
    O'Connor, Michael Patrick,  1970-2002
    Box   15  
    Odell, Jay,  1972
    Box   15  
    O'Gallagher, Liam,  1969-1973
    Box   15  
    O'Hara, Frank,  1960, undated
    Box   15  
    O'Hare, Lynn,  1974
    Box   15  
    Ohnemus, Gunter,  1991
    Box   15  
    O-Lan(?),  1972, undated
    Box   15  
    Oldenburg, Patty,  undated
    Box   15  
    Oliver, Akilah,  1993, 2001, 2005-2006
     
    Oliver, Doug
    Box   15  
    Correspondence,  1978-1994, 2000, undated
    Box   15  
    Printed material and miscellaneous,  1984, undated
    Box   15  
    Olmstead, Marc,  1976, 1997
    Box   15  
    Olson, Kirby,  1980, undated
    Box   15  
    Olthuis, Norbert,  1962-1969, undated
    Box   15  
    O'Neil, Hank,  1983
    Box   15  
    Oppenheimer, Joel,  1974
    Box   15  
    Orlovsky, Peter,  1971-1977
    Box   15  
    Osborne, John,  1974-1975
    Box   15  
    Osman, Jena,  1993-2003
    Box   15  
    Ostriker, Alicia,  undated
    Box   15  
    Oughton, John,  1973-1978
    Box   15  
    Owen, Maureen,  1975-1991, 2000, undated
    Box   15  
    Owens, Rochelle,  1974
    Box   15  
    Pacheco, Joe
     
    Padgett, Ron
    Box   15  
    Correspondence (7 folders),  1969-2004, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   15  
    "Moveable Basketballs,"  undated
    Box   15  
    Editorial notes on Allen Ginsberg introduction to William Burroughs' Letters to Allen Ginsberg,  1981
    Box   15  
    Miscellaneous poetry manuscripts (2 folders),  1967-1972
    Box   16  
    Miscellaneous prose manuscripts,  undated
    Box   16  
    Printed material,  1967-1972, undated
    Box   16  
    Photographs and artwork,  undated
    Box   16  
    Notes and jottings,  undated
     
    Full Court Press
    Box   16  
    Correspondence,  1973-1983, undated
    Box   16  
    Legal documents and miscellaneous,  1973-1983, undated
    Box   16  
    Parmalee, Dorothy,  1992-1995, 2002
    Box   16  
    Paschen, Elise,  1988-1993
    Box   16  
    Pasqui, Graziana Rossi,  1984
    Box   16  
    Patchen, Miriam,  1972-1997
    Box   16  
    Patterson, Bobo,  1979
    Box   16  
    Paverd, Laurence,  1997, 2001, undated
    Box   16  
    Pearlman, Bill,  1974
    Box   16  
    Pelton, Helen,  1986-1989, undated
    Box   16  
    Pennington, Tim,  1975, undated
    Box   16  
    Perlmutter, Sheryl (University of North Carolina),  1981
    Box   16  
    Perloff, Marjorie,  1975-1976, 2001
    Box   16  
    Perreault, John,  1972-1974, 1986
    Box   16  
    Perry, Charles ( Rolling Stone),  undated
     
    Peters, Nancy
    Box   16  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1971-1997, 2000, 2007, undated
    Box   16  
    City Lights Books royalty statements and miscellaneous,  1978-1994, undated
    Box   16  
    Pettet, Simon,  1990
    Box   16  
    Peyes, Craig,  1972
    Box   16  
    Peyrafitte, Nicole,  1997-2002, undated
    Box   16  
    Phillips, Bryan,  1994
    Box   16  
    Phillips, William ( Partisan Review),  1974-1981
    Box   16  
    Phipps, Wanda,  1993-1997
    Box   16  
    Pickard, Tom,  1975-1983, undated
    Box   16  
    Pietsch, Michael (Harmony Books),  1988
     
    Ping, Wang
    Box   16  
    Correspondence,  1989-1997
    Box   16  
    Manuscript, Of Flesh and Spirit,  undated
    Box   16  
    Piper, Adrian,  1969
    Box   16  
    Pivano, Fernanda,  1977-1980
    Box   16  
    Plymell, Charles,  1971-1975, 1986, undated
    Box   16  
    Pollet, Sylvester,  1996-1998
    Box   16  
    Pomeroy, Joe,  undated
    Box   16  
    Pommy-Vega, Janine,  1974-1981, 2000
    Box   16  
    Porter, Anne,  1975
    Box   16  
    Posset, Benn,  1979
    Box   16  
    Post, Jon,  1978-1979
    Box   16  
    Pozzi, Giantonio,  1979, 2001, undated
    Box   16  
    Presson, Bill,  1972
    Box   16  
    Prevallet, Kristen,  1993-2003, undated
    Box   16  
    Price, Laurie,  1981
    Box   16  
    Pritchard, Norman Henry,  1973
    Box   16  
    Pritchett, Patrick,  1997-2003
    Box   16  
    Pritikin, Renny,  1985
    Box   16  
    Puttmann, Christian,  1974
    Box   16  
    Quasha, George,  1974-1975, 1999-2001
    Box   16  
    Quinlan, Jim (Creative Music Studio),  1978
    Box   16  
    Quirk, Mindy,  1984
    Box   16  
    Quist, Susan,  1975
    Box   16  
    Rachlis, Eugene (Bobbs-Merrill Company),  1974
    Box   16  
    Raines, Bob,  1970
    Box   16  
    Rakosi, Carl,  1979-1992
    Box   16  
    Ramke, Bin ( Denver Quarterly),  1992
    Box   16  
    Ramstedt, Martin,  1990-2001, 2006
    Box   16  
    Randall, Margaret,  1978
    Box   16  
    Randell, Elaine,  1976
    Box   16  
    Randolph, Leonard (National Endowment for the Arts),  1973-1974. undated
    Box   16  
    Ratcliff, Carter,  1974
    Box   16  
    Ravage, Alan (Bantam Books),  1971
    Box   16  
    Rawlings, Carol,  1979
    Box   16  
    Raworth, Tom,  1971-1978, 2002, undated
    Box   16  
    Reed, Ishmael,  1975, undated
    Box   16  
    Reed, Kim,  1979-1980
    Box   16  
    Reed, Lou,  1978, undated
    Box   16  
    Reker, Mary Lou,  undated
    Box   16  
    Renwick, Vanessa,  1993
    Box   16  
    Reynolds, John,  1974
    Box   16  
    Rezek, John, ( OUI magazine),  1974
    Box   16  
    Reznikoff, Charles,  1970
    Box   16  
    Ricard, Rene,  1976, undated
    Box   16  
    Richards, Brian (Bloody Twin Press),  1987-1988
     
    Richey, Joe
    Box   16  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1982-2002, undated
    Box   16  
    Manuscripts,  1994-1997, undated
    Box   17  
    Riley, Denise,  1980-1984, undated
    Box   17  
    Rivers, Larry,  1983
    Box   17  
    Roark, Randy,  1982-2003, undated
    Box   17  
    Roberts, Frances,  1978
    Box   17  
    Robertson, Michael,  1974
    Box   17  
    Robinson, Peter (Cambridge Poetry Festival),  1979
     
    Rockwell, Martha
    Box   17  
    Correspondence (5 folders),  1965-1979, undated (5.0 folders)
    Box   17  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   17  
    Artwork,  undated
    Box   17  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   17  
    Rodefer, Stephen,  1973-1986, undated
    Box   17  
    Rodney, Janet,  1993
    Box   17  
    Rome, David,  1984
    Box   17  
    Rooney, J.K.,  1964, undated
    Box   17  
    Rosenberg, David,  1978, undated
    Box   17  
    Rosenberg, Mike,  undated
    Box   17  
    Rosenquist, James,  1974
     
    Rosenthal, Bob
    Box   17  
    Correspondence,  1979-1986
    Box   17  
    Manuscript "India Journal,"  1985
    Box   17  
    Rosenthal, M.L.,  1975
     
    Rothenberg, Jerome
    Box   17  
    Correspondence,  1973-2002, undated
    Box   17  
    Manuscripts,  1976, undated
    Box   17  
    Printed,  1970-1994
    Box   17  
    Interview,  1976, 1995, undated
    Box   17  
    Syllabus,  undated
    Box   17  
    Rowan, Peter,  1986
    Box   17  
    Rubin, Deborah,  1965
    Box   17  
    Ruggia, James,  1986, undated
    Box   17  
    Rumaker, Michael,  1983
    Box   17  
    Ruppert, Jim,  undated
    Box   17  
    Russakoff, Molly,  1979
    Box   17  
    Ruuttila, Eero (?),  1976
    Box   17  
    Ryan, Bill (KCSU, Fort Collins),  1979
    Box   17  
    Sabina, Maria,  undated
    Box   17  
    Sakaki, Nanao,  1979-1991, 1999, undated
    Box   17  
    Sander, Ellen,  1974
     
    Sanders, Ed
    Box   17  
    Correspondence,  1973-2001, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   17  
    "The Gobble Gang Poems,"  1962-1964
    Box   17  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   17  
    Sandy, Stephen,  1975
    Box   17  
    Santoli, Al,  1976
    Box   17  
    Santos, Cristian,  1990, undated
    Box   17  
    Saroyan, Aram,  1967, 1986, 2001, undated
    Box   17  
    Savage, Tom,  1976-2003
    Box   17  
    Sawyer-Laucanno, Christopher,  1991
     
    Scalapino, Leslie
    Box   17  
    Correspondence,  1985-2004
    Box   17  
    Manuscript, "New Time,"  1995
    Box   17  
    Schaff, David,  1975
    Box   17  
    Schecter, Danny,  1980
     
    Schelling, Andrew
    Box   18  
    Correspondence (1 folder of photocopies of 1998 faxes) (3 folders),  1985-2002, undated (3.0 folders)
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   18  
    Poems of Mirabi (2 folders),  undated
    Box   18  
    Twilight Speech: Essays and Translations from Indian Asia,  undated
    Box   18  
    The Cane Groves of Narmada River: 100 Poems from Old India,  1996
    Box   18  
    The Cane Groves of Narmada River: Erotic Poems from Old India,  1998
    Box   18  
    Old Growth: Selected Poems & Notebooks, 1987-1994
    Box   18  
    Printed,  undated
    Box   18  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   18  
    Schelling, Robert and Karen,  1998, undated
    Box   18  
    Schiff Harris,  1970-1992, undated
     
    Schjeldahl, Peter,
    Box   18  
    Correspondence,  1973-1994, undated
    Box   18  
    Manuscript, "From a Honeymoon Journal,"  1974
    Box   18  
    Schmidt, Eric,  1972
    Box   18  
    Schmidt, Jurgen,  1983-2007, undated
    Box   18  
    Schmidt, Paul,  1984
    Box   18  
    Schneeman, Carolee,  1976-1992, 2002
     
    Schneeman, George
    Box   18  
    Correspondence,  1971-1976, undated
    Box   18  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   18  
    Schneeman, Katie,  1979-1980, undated
    Box   18  
    Schneeman, Elio,  1983-1998
     
    Schneider, David,
    Box   18  
    Correspondence  1977, undated
    Box   18  
    Manuscript, Side Effect: A Journal of Zen Life with Philip Whalen,  undated
    Box   18  
    Schuchat, Simon,  1973-1977
    Box   18  
    Schulman, Bonnie Jean,  1985, 2002
    Box   18  
    Schumacher, Michael,  1986
    Box   18  
    Schultzman, Steve,  1974
    Box   18  
    Schumaker, Jack,  1978
     
    Schuyler, James
    Box   18  
    Correspondence,  1971-1989
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   18  
    Freely Espousing: Poems by James Schuyler: final galley,  1969
    Box   18  
    Fragments and miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   18  
    Schwartz, Judy,  1963-1966
    Box   18  
    Schwartz, Stephen,  1975, undated
    Box   18  
    Schwerner, Armand,  1989-1995, undated
    Box   18  
    Scott, Mark,  1991
    Box   18  
    Segal, Lauren,  1966
    Box   18  
    Seidman, Hugh,  1988
    Box   18  
    Shank, Tom,  1967
    Box   19  
    Shanley, Don,  undated
    Box   19  
    Sharp, Andrea ( Co-Evolution Quarterly),  1976, undated
    Box   19  
    Shelton, Cindy,  1980
    Box   19  
    Shepard, Sam,  1971-1974
    Box   19  
    Shevlin, Paul,  1979-1980
    Box   19  
    Shippee, Paul  1973-1997
    Box   19  
    Shively, Charlie,  1974
    Box   19  
    Shukofsky, Eileen,  1974
    Box   19  
    Sikelianos, Chris,  1973-1976
     
    Sikelianos, Eleni
    Box   19  
    Correspondence,  1988-2006, undated
     
    Manuscripts
    Box   19  
    Unbridled,  1994
    Box   19  
    What I Learned from the Sea,  1992
    Box   19  
    Miscellaneous,  undated
    Box   19  
    Sikelianos, Gina,  1992
    Box   19  
    Sikelianos, Mark,  1964-1984
    Box   19  
    Silliman, Ron,  1977-1994, undated
    Box   19  
    Simon, Joan,  1973-1979, undated
    Box   19  
    Sindolic, Vojo,  1984-1985, 2003
    Box   19  
    Skelt, Peterjon,  1988-1997
    Box   19  
    Skerl, Jennie,  1984
    Box   19  
    Slaba, Paula,  1990-1993, undated
    Box   19  
    Sloman, Joel,  1969
    Box   19  
    Slovak, Paul (Penguin Group),  1999-2004, undated
     
    Smedman, Lorna
    Box   19  
    Correspondence,  1980-1994, 1999-2001, undated
    Box   19  
    Manuscripts,  undated
    Box   19  
    Printed material (comics),  1979, undated
    Box   19  
    Smith Alex (University of Connecticut),  1980
    Box   19  
    Smith, Pat,  1986-1993
    Box   19  
    Smith, Patti,  1970, 2004, undated
    Box   19  
    Smith, William Tyler,  1995-1997
     
    Snyder, Gary
    Box   19  
    Correspondence,  1975-1994, 2000, undated
    Box   19  
    Printed material,  1985, undated
    Box   19  
    Sonbert, Warren,  1971-1990, undated
    Box   19  
    Sonders, Miriam,  1973
    Box   19  
    Spahr, Julianna,  1998-2001
    Box   19  
    Sparks, E.H. (American Biographical Institute),  1970
    Box   19  
    Spaulding, Ida,  1977
    Box   19  
    Spellman, Robert,  1994, 2000
    Box   19  
    Spiegel, Ricky,  1978
    Box   19  
    Spragens, Alan,  1976
    Box   19  
    Stainton, Albert and Rita,  1971-1972
    Box   19  
    Stanford, David (Viking Penguin),  1993-2000
    Box   19  
    Stangos, Nikos,  1970
    Box   19  
    Stanton, Suzanne,  1964-1976
    Box   19  
    Stavrou, Theofanis (University of Minnesota),  1984
    Box   19  
    Steinberg, Jeffrey (Stonehill Publishing),  1973-1978
    Box   19  
    Stephens, Michael,  1971-1974
    Box   19  
    Stephens, Ron,  1972-1973, undated
    Box   19  
    Sterling, Frank,  undated
    Box   19  
    Stoianoff, Ellen ( Mademoiselle),  1969
    Box   19  
    Stolp,  1971
    Box   19  
    Stolz, Gary,  1974
    Box   19  
    Stone, Arlene,  1976
    Box   19  
    Stover, Virginia,  1979-1986
    Box   19  
    Strauss, David Levi,  1986-1989
    Box   19  
    Streit, Bernhard,  1980
    Box   19  
    Stroffolino, Chris,  1986, 1991
    Box   19  
    Swenson, Cole,  1999-2005
    Box   19  
    Swenson, May,  undated
    Box   19  
    Sundstrom, John,  undated
    Box   19  
    Sukewich, Ron,  1974
    Box   19  
    Surman, Diana (University of Durham),  1979
    Box   19  
    Sykes, Michael,  1990
    Box   19  
    Sylvester, Jocelyn,  undated
    Box   19  
    Talese, Gay (Random House),  1970
    Box   19  
    Tallman, Warren,  1979-1986
    Box   19  
    Tanner, Wesley,  1976, 2002, undated
     
    Tarn, Nathaniel
    Box   19  
    Correspondence,  1973-1994, undated
    Box   19  
    Printed material,  1984, undated
    Box   19  
    Tate, James,  1972
    Box   19  
    Taylor, Simon,  undated
    Box   19  
    Taylor, Steven,  1989-2009
    Box   19  
    Teague, Kathleen,  1972, undated
    Box   19  
    Terrell, Caroll (National Poetry Foundation),  1985-1986
    Box   19  
    Theser, Sharon,  undated
    Box   19  
    Thiel, Nichole,  1970, undated
    Box   20  
    Thomas, Lorenzo,  1973-1994, 2001-2003, undated
    Box   20  
    Thompson, Bill,  1973-1977
    Box   20  
    Thrasher, Shelley,  1986
    Box   20  
    Torgoff, Martin,  1992, undated
    Box   20  
    Tonkinson, Carole,  1995
    Box   20  
    Toonkel, Jane (Bantam Books),  1971
    Box   20  
    Torregian, Sotere,  1973-2009, undated
    Box   20  
    Towle, Tony,  1970-1971, 1986
    Box   20  
    Trungpa, Chogyam,  1974-1978
    Box   20  
    Turner, Peter (Shambhala Publications),  1980-1994
    Box   20  
    Tuschen (John?),  1983
    Box   20  
    Tysh, Chris and George,  1979-2002
    Box   20  
    Van Der Horst, Marian,  undated
    Box   20  
    Vas Dias, Robert,  1973
     
    Veitch, Tom
    Box   20  
    Correspondence (2 folders),  1972-1979, undated
    Box   20  
    Manuscript, "Cooked Zeroes,"  1969
    Box   20  
    Velie, Alan,  undated
    Box   20  
    Verastegui, Enrique,  1978
    Box   20  
    Verdiglione, Armando,  1980
    Box   20  
    Vermont, Charlie,  1973
    Box   20  
    Veseley, Rainer,  1993, 2001
    Box   20  
    Violi, Paul,  1982, 1986
    Box   20  
    Vogelsang, Arthur ( American Poetry Review),  1974
    Box   20  
    Voight, Ellen,  1980
    Box   20  
    Von Handorf, Dorothy,  undated
    Box   20  
    Wachtel, Andi,  1971
    Box   20  
    Wade, Amanda,  1970
    Box   20  
    Wagner, Michael,  1979, undated
    Box   20  
    Wakoski, Diane,  1976-1993, 2001
    Box   20  
    Waller, Nancy,  1987-1993
    Box   20  
    Walters, Martin,  1974
    Box   20  
    Warlow, Francis,  undated
     
    Warsh, Lewis
     
    Correspondence
    Box   20  
    Anne Waldman (11 folders),  1965-2002, undated
    Box   20  
    Others,  1966-1974
    Box   21  
    Manuscripts,  1973-1993, undated
    Box   21  
    Angel Hair material,  1969
    Box   21  
    Warshall, Peter,  undated
    Box   21  
    Washington, Jerome,  1989-1991
    Box   21  
    Watson, Frank,  1971
    Box   21  
    Webb, Marilyn,  undated
    Box   21  
    Wehrli, Peter,  1979
    Box   21  
    Weiland, Andreas,  1985
    Box   21  
    Weiser, Karen,  2005
    Box   21  
    Welliver, Neil,  1982
    Box   21  
    Wetzsteon, Ross ( The Village Voice),  1972
     
    Whalen, Phillip
    Box   21  
    Correspondence,  1969-1991, undated
    Box   21  
    Manuscripts,  1975, 1980
    Box   21  
    Printed material,  1977, undated
    Box   21  
    Interview by Anne Waldman,  1971
    Box   21  
    Wiater, Michael,  1976
    Box   21  
    Widder, Bernhard,  1993-1994, 1998, undated
    Box   21  
    Wieners, John,  1968-1970
    Box   21  
    Wilentz, Ted,  1979-1999
    Box   21  
    Wiley, Joel,  undated
    Box   21  
    Wilk, David (National Endowment for the Arts),  1979
     
    Wilkie, Britt
    Box   21  
    Correspondence,  1970-1974, undated
    Box   21  
    Manuscripts,  1976, undated
    Box   21  
    Printed,  1978, undated
    Box   21  
    Artwork,  undated
    Box   21  
    Williams, Galen (The Poetry Center),  undated
    Box   21  
    Willis, Elizabeth (2 folders),  1999-2006
    Box   21  
    Wilson, Ann,  1975, undated
    Box   21  
    Wilson, Bob,  1977-1991, 2007
    Box   21  
    Winard, Barbara,  1992
    Box   21  
    Winkfield, Trevor,  1971-1974
    Box   21  
    Witkowski, Annie,  1980
    Box   21  
    Wohlforth, Robert (Farrar, Strauss, and Giroux, Inc),  1965
    Box   21  
    Wojnarowicz, David,  1976
    Box   21  
    Wolfe, Doug,  1983-1987
    Box   21  
    Wolfe, Michael,  1981
    Box   21  
    Wright, Giles,  1979
    Box   21  
    Wright, John,  1992
    Box   21  
    Wright, Rebecca,  1970-1977
    Box   21  
    Wurger, Bernard,  1969
    Box   21  
    Yaguchi, Yorifumi,  1976
     
    Yates, Katie
    Box   21  
    Correspondence,  1989-1997, undated
    Box   21  
    Manuscripts,  1991-1994, undated
    Box   21  
    Yoch, James (University of Oklahoma),  1972
    Box   21  
    Youdon, Tsering,  1991-2002, undated
    Box   21  
    Zarro, Richard,  1970
    Box   21  
    Zavatsky, Bill,  1982
    Box   21  
    Zessi, Elaine,  1983
    Box   21  
    Zweig, Ellen,  1977, undated
     
    Miscellaneous Correspondence [subseries]:
    Box   21  
    A-B (12 folders),  1960s-2000s, undated
    Box   22  
    C-H (35 folders),  1960s-2000s, undated
    Box   23  
    I-R (50 folders),  1960s-2000s, undated
    Box   24  
    S-Z (30 folders),  1960s-1990s
    Box   24  
    2000-2002
    Box   24  
    2003-2009
     
    Unidentified and Fragments [subseries]:
    Box   25  
    Unidentified correspondence (26 folders),  1962-2000s, undated
    Box   25  
    Unidentified manuscripts,  undated
     
    Anne Waldman outgoing correspondence [subseries]:
    Box   25  
    Various correspondents,  1964-2009, undated
     
    Email [subseries]:
     
    Incoming  1997-1998
    Box   26  
    September 1997- May 1998, (Disk 1)
    Box   26  
    April 1998-July 1998, (Disk 2)
    Box   26  
    September 1997-December 1997, (Disk 1)
    Box   26  
    June 1998, (Disk 2)
    Box   26  
    March 1998-April 1998, (Disk 1)
    Box   26  
    April 1998-June 1998, (Disk 2)
    Box   26  
    December 1997-March 1998, (Disk 1)
    Box   26  
    June 1998-July 1998, (Disk 2)
     
    Outgoing  ca. 1997-1998
    Box   26  
    October 1997 - April 1998, (Disk 3)
    Box   26  
    November 1997 - January 1998, (Disk 3)
    Box   26  
    ca. April 1998, (Disk 4)
    Box   26  
    1999, (Disk 4)
    Box   26  
    1999
     
    Correspondence-Restricted [subseries]:
    Box   27 [closed]  
    Various restricted correspondence,  scattered dates [RESTRICTED]
     
    Writing [series]:

    The Writing series (11 linear feet) is the second-largest series in the collection. It consists of Anne Waldman manuscripts and other material, such as correspondence, administrative files, and ephemera, related to her writing. This series is divided into five subseries: Early Work; Fiction; Essays, Speeches, and Interviews; Poetry; and Contributions to Other Works.

     
    Early Work,  1964-1967 [subseries]:
    Box   28  
    College Impressions: Three Short Stories  1962
    Box   28  
    Bennington pieces,  1966
    Box   28  
    Critiqued poems (critical notes possibly by Howard Nemerov) (2 folders),  undated
    Box   28  
    Early poems,  ca. 1966
    Box   28  
    Old poems, first drafts, copies, etc.,  undated
    Box   28  
    Loose poems,  1966
    Box   28  
    Collaborations with Lewis Warsh,  1966, undated
    Box   28  
    Stratford and Main Street Kingship,  ca. 1963
    Box   28  
    1965, 1966-1967 (2 folders),
    Box   28  
    Piece based on King Lear,  undated
    Box   28  
    Early Poems,  1964-1967
    Box   28  
    Poems. 1965-1966. Bennington. New York City,  1965-1966
    Box   28  
    Poems. 1965-1966-1967,
    Box   28  
    Dream and other poems,  undated
    Box   28  
    Poems for others in Anne's circle,  undated
    Box   28  
    Wonder and other poems,  undated
    Box   28  
    The Girl You Left Behind in Millville. Poem on sketchpad. "Original for Lewis",  circa 1967
     
    Fiction (drama and short stories) [subseries]:
     
    Short Stories
    Box   28  
    Sundays are Sundays,  undated
    Box   28  
    Way a Deer Might: A Story,  1975
    Box   28  
    Girls,  undated
     
    Drama
    Box   28  
    Let's Get This Show on the Road! or the Collective Amnesia, for Kenward Elmslie,  1969
    Box   28  
    Objects of Desire: A Play or In It Erotic,  undated
    Box   28  
    Plasma in the Casbah,  undated
    Box   28  
    Salome,  undated
    Box   28  
    The Signs,  undated
    Box   28  
    The Stoop,  undated
    Box   28  
    Untitled piece,  undated
     
    Essays, Speeches and Interviews [subseries]:
     
    Essays
    Box   28  
    "Access to Poetry"
    Box   28  
    "Anne Waldman: Friday Night" and "from 'Words are energy' Notes"
    Box   28  
    "A Brief Memoir: The Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics at Naropa Institute"
    Box   28  
    "Buddhist Poetry,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "The description of the 6 Realms of Existence is continually useful,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "'Fast Speaking Woman' & the Dakini Principle,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Deviant Identities": first draft,  1995
    Box   28  
    "Gender and the Wisdom Boy: Secular/Sexual Musings," piece for Shambhala book Beneath a Single Moon,  1991
    Box   28  
    "Hags, Nuns and Magpie Scholars"(includes "Sleep Shade" poems),  undated
    Box   28  
    "'I Is Another': Dissipative Structures": 2 drafts and poem "Eyes In All Heads to be Looked Out Of,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "I traveled to India in April,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Kali Yuga Poetics": various drafts plus additional materials,  undated
    Box   28  
    "Making It New: Poetry Magic,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Mandala of Poetics,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Mina Loy: leave me my final illiteracy 'of memory's languor,'"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Mind Is Shapely Art Is Shapely": various drafts,  undated
    Box   28  
    "Moving Right Along,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Naming the Kavyayantra Press": first draft,  1994
    Box   28  
    "Never reject anything,"  undated
    Box   28  
    Pat Steir article for Bomb magazine,  Spring 2003
    Box   28  
    "The Performance Poem,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Poetry As Siddhi,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "The Poetry Project & Me,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Poetry Energy Circus,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Primo Festival Internationale dei Poeti Castel Porziano": transcription of journal entries and newspaper articles,  ca. 1979
    Box   28  
    "Professorial Poetics," ?  ca. 1993
    Box   28  
    "Rocky Flats: Warring God Charnel Ground," for Tricycle magazine,  1992
    Box   28  
    "The Sleepers,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Some Notes on various publications & books,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Some Thoughts on Publishing,"  ca. 1985
    Box   28  
    "Spirit in Poetry,"  undated
    Box   28  
    "Towards A Definition,"  undated
     
    Untitled (or title unknown)
    Box   28  
    Account of first LSD trip,  ca. 1965
    Box   28  
    Description of travels in Japan,  1973
    Box   28  
    On Balanchine: possibly by or with Reed Bye, ?  ca. 1983
    Box   28  
    Annotated list of periodicals read,  undated
    Box   28  
    Piece for Teachers and Writers magazine,  undated
    Box   28  
    On Gary Snyder,  undated
    Box   28  
    On poetic lineage,  undated
    Box   28  
    Unknown
     
    Reviews, Blurbs, Forewords
    Box   28  
    " What Happened to Kerouac: A Remarkably Clean Taste," with Reed Bye: film review,  1986
    Box   28  
    Blurb for Obscenities: Poems by Sam Abrams,  undated
    Box   28  
    Foreword, Women of the Beat Generation: page proofs and press packet,  1996
    Box   28  
    "Intro for New Edition of Scriptum," City Lights; plus piece "Jack Kerouac Dream,"  1994
    Box   28  
    Review of Talking Pictures by Rudy Burckhardt,  undated
    Box   28  
    Introduction, Kentucky Ham by William Burroughs, Jr.,  1984
    Box   28  
    Review of How I Read Gertrude Stein by Lew Welch,  undated
     
    Speeches
    Box   28  
    "Who was here 16 years ago?": introduction of Allen Ginsberg and Peter Orlovsky at Columbia University,  1975
    Box   28  
    Introduction for MoMA Second Thursday Poetry Reading,  ca. 1970s
    Box   28  
    "Program for Gertrude Stein Reading at New College,"  1982
    Box   28  
    "Anne Waldman: Saturday Afternoon: The Poetries of Tibet," Green Gulch,  1987
    Box   28  
    "'Rendering the Future': from Opening Comments, Symposium, The Poetry Project, St. Mark's Church In-the-Bowery,"  1988
    Box   28  
    Introduction for Salman Rushdie at the University of Colorado,  1992
    Box   29  
    "Notes from an Introduction Creeley/Ginsberg Feb 1994"  1994
    Box   29  
    "Introduction for Town Hall NYC Reading,"  1994
    Box   29  
    Acceptance speech for honors at National Poetry Association, San Francisco,  1994
    Box   29  
    "AW reading on radio KGNU Boulder": excerpt from Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses,  undated
    Box   29  
    Key note address for the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference : "Small Press Heaven: Poetics from the Floating World."  2010
    Box   29  
    "Intriguing Objects Exercise/Show & Tell (for a group)": class exercise,  undated
    Box   29  
    Notes on Victor H. Cruz,  undated
    Box   29  
    "Introduction of old mentor Howard Nemerov,"  undated
    Box   29  
    Introduction for Naropa 20th anniversary reunion,  undated
    Box   29  
    Re Objectivists conference at Naropa: pp. 3-5 of a larger, unknown work,  undated
    Box   29  
    Address on poetics: handwritten draft,  undated
    Box   29  
    Notes for a talk about collaboration with George Schneeman. The Poetry Project,  May 9, 2007
     
    Interviews
     
    Of Anne Waldman
    Box   29  
    Naropa interviews and talks, transcribed by Bonnie Shulman [and others?], with notes by Frances Waldman,  ca. 1976-1977
    Box   29  
    "Interviews/Waldman": several interviews conducted by Dick Gallup, Marilyn Webb for Rolling Stone, and two unidentified, one possibly by Naropa students, and  1977, undated
    Box   29  
    "Dreamer... Outrider... Poet," Beat Scene,  undated
    Box   29  
    Conversation between Anne Waldman and Larry Fagin,  ca. 1979
    Box   29  
    "Interview with Anne Waldman," conducted by Vicki Hudspith,  ca. 1980
    Box   29  
    Anne Waldman interview conducted by Virginia Stover at Naropa,  1980
    Box   29  
    Interview with Anne Waldman conducted by Nancy Bunge,  ca. 1983
    Box   29  
    "H.D.: Objectivism, Imagism, and Feminism," Diane di Prima, Jane Augustine, and Anne Waldman,  1987
    Box   29  
    "Scribing Anne Waldman, 'Portrait of a Hag,'" conducted by Kris Ellis,  1991
    Box   29  
    "Interview RE 'Nun's poems'," conducted by Jim McCrary,  1991
    Box   29  
    "Illuminati in the Void: Anne Waldman Interview," conducted by Jim Cohn,  1994
    Box   29  
    "Interview with Anne Waldman 7th March '94. A living and Breathing Organism," conducted by Judy Kravis for Teaching Literature,  1994
    Box   29  
    "Anne Waldman Transcript": re first LSD experience, [conducted by?] Charles E. Hayes,  ca. 1998
    Box   29  
    "Yab-Yum and a 1.000 Dollars: Dialogue with Anne Waldman," conducted by Christian Ide Hintze, updated  1990, 1998
    Box   29  
    "Radical Presence: An Interview with Poet and Activist Anne Waldman," by Sonya Lee Ralph for Tricycle Magazine,  2001-2002
    Box   29  
    Untitled, interview by Richard Eskow for Tricycle magazine, draft,  undated
    Box   29  
    "Questions for Bobbie Louise Hawkins from A.W. August 14/97,"  1997
    Box   29  
    "Interview with Anne Waldman," conducted by Sharon Brooks,  undated
    Box   29  
    Conducted by M. Hillringhouse,  undated
    Box   29  
    "Vow to Poetry: Interview," conducted by Randy Roark,  undated
    Box   29  
    Fragments,  undated
    Box   29  
    Miscellaneous,  1980-2000, undated
     
    With Others
    Box   29  
    "Anne Waldman and Jim Cohn Interview Ted Berrigan: To Propitiate the Gods,"  undated
    Box   29  
    "Notes for Aaron Fischer/February 27/97": re Ted Berrigan,  1997
    Box   29  
    "An Interview with Edwin Denby,"  1981, 1997
    Box   29  
    "Talking with Red Grooms,"  1984

    (parts used in Iovis )

    Box   29  
    "Interview with Dr. William Ed. Williams," conducted by Mark Hillringhouse,  1981
    Box   29  
    Interview with Ernesto Cadenal,  2001
     
    Biographical Sketches

    (most by Anne Waldman, unless otherwise noted; some appear to have been contributed by the authors themselves)

    Box   29  
    "Joel Oppenheimer, 1930-1988"
    Box   29  
    "Mylo Quam: A Biography," by Mylo Quam,  1977
    Box   29  
    Tom Veitch and Michael Brownstein,  undated
    Box   29  
    Assorted
    Box   29  
    Notes: literary and work-related,  undated
    Box   29  
    Bibliography draft (includes correspondence)  1985
     
    Poetry [subseries]:
     
    Published Work
     
    Alphabetical File
    Box   29  
    Alphabetic Tesserae [sic],  1994
    Box   29  
    A's Book,  undated
     
    Au Lit/Holy, with Eleni Sikelianos and Laird Hunt (2 folders),  1998
    Box   29  
    Notes, drafts, and proofs
    Box   29  
    Mockups, includes correspondence with Brad O'Sullivan,  1997
     
    Baby Breakdown
    Box   29  
    1967-1970
    Box   29  
    Rejects from Baby Breakdown,  1968
    Box   29  
    Correspondence with Bobbs-Merrill,  1970
     
    Blue Mosque
    Box   29  
    "Blue Mosque" piece, four versions
    Box   29  
    Typed manuscript, plus cover art
    Box   29  
    Copy of corrected page proofs, plus additional typed MSS
    Box   29  
    Corrected proofs, plus front matter, some additions, cover art possibilities, notes
    Box   29  
    "New Proofs," plus front matter, correspondence
    Box   29  
    "Collages for Blue Mosque, the poem"
    Box   30  
    The Bone Telephone and The Bone Telephone Returns, (labeled "Life Notes collaboration work Tom Clark")  undated
    Box   30  
    Fait Accompli/ Femifesto, alphabetic, includes cover art,  1992
     
    Fast Speaking Woman
    Box   30  
    Italian translation,  ca. 1978
    Box   30  
    Drafts
    Box   30  
    "Old Possibilities for expanded Fast Speaking Woman"
    Box   30  
    Fast Speaking Woman and White Eyes: early selections from,  1973-1975
    Box   30  
    First Baby Poems (2 folders)
    Box   30  
    Four Travels, with Reed Bye,  1979
    Box   30  
    Get Serious,  undated
    Box   30  
    Giant Night,  undated
    Box   30  
    Hag of Beare: drafts, notes, research material, and correspondence,  1989, undated
    Box   30  
    Helping the Dreamer: Early table of contents,  undated
    Box   30  
    Her Story,  undated
    Box   30  
    Hotel Room, with drawings by Steve Brooks,  1975-1978
    Box   30  
    Interstices of (Female) Imagination (includes original collage for cover),  1993
    Box   30  
    Invention, with Susan Hall,  undated
    Box   30  
    Journals and Dreams,  undated
    Box   30  
    Kin, with Susan Rothenberg,  1996
     
    Life Notes,  undated
    Box   30  
    Draft
    Box   30  
    "Pages for Life Notes?"
    Box   30  
    Light & Shadow: 2 theme binders, one entitled "Light & Shadow," the other "Anne Waldman--Poems,"  undated
    Box   30  
    Lokapala: first draft (includes calligraphy by Andrew Schelling intended for cover),  1978
    Box   30  
    Loom Down Through the Narrow (originally for a 1978 Gertrude Stein course at Naropa)
     
    Makeup on Empty Space
    Box   30  
    Review in Toothpaste Press Catalog,  undated
    Box   30  
    Table of Contents and Photocopies
    Box   30  
    Millenium Sutras [sic]; labeled "Autonomedia/Millenium Sutras",  undated
    Box   30  
    Montreal,  1975
     
    No Hassles
    Box   30  
    Edited Typescripts
    Box   30  
    "Drafts: No Hassles & others"
    Box   30  
    Illustrations and poems
    Box   30  
    Not a Male Pseudonym, with drawings by Julia Connor (2 folders),  1974, 1980, 1989-1990
    Box   30  
    Notes on Sitting Beside a Noble Corpse
    Box   30  
    On the Wing, with others,  1968
    Box   30  
    Polar Ode, with Eileen Myles,  1972
    Box   30  
    Polemical Poems, with Jack Collom, Anselm Hollo,  1997
    Box   30  
    The Quenching of the Lamp: Versions from the Therigatha and Theragatha, with Andrew Schelling (may include material from Songs of the Sons and Daughters of Buddha, another volume of selected translations from the Therigatha and the Theragatha )
    Box   30  
    Self-Portrait, with Joe Brainard,  1971
    Box   30  
    Shaman (includes correspondence with Jürgen Schmidt, 1989)
     
    Skin Meat Bones
    Box   30  
    Poems, alphabetical order, A-R
    Box   30  
    Poems, alphabetical order, S-Z
    Box   30  
    Nichole Thiel score and other material: correspondence, publicity, copies of cover art, reviews, notes,  ca. 1985-1986
    Box   30  
    Sleep Shade: draft,  undated
    Box   30  
    Snoring in New York: sonnet sequence
     
    Songs of the Sons and Daughters of Buddha, with Andrew Schelling (some folders comprised of loose poems found throughout the collection; also includes material from The Quenching of the Lamp and Monks and Nuns, which are other volumes of selected translations from the Theragatha and the Therigatha )
    Box   31  
    Clean draft
    Box   31  
    Annotated draft
    Box   31  
    Monks and Nuns short version
    Box   31  
    Miscellaneous drafts
    Box   31  
    Speak Gently in Her Bardo, with Susan Noel
    Box   31  
    Sphinxeries: "Originals of Sphinxeries"
    Box   31  
    Suffer the Mysterium,  1993
    Box   31  
    Sun the Blond Out
    Box   31  
    Tell Me About It: Poems for Painters,  1989
    Box   31  
    31 Leaves for Autumn,  undated
     
    Troubairitz
    Box   31  
    Correspondence regarding translation  1998-2002
    Box   31  
    "Xerox of working draft of Troubairitz & original notebook…" (original at the New York Public Library)
    Box   31  
    "A's Look Early Draft of Troubairitz " [also called "A's Book"],  undated
    Box   31  
    Troubariste, "draft one of many,"  1992
    Box   31  
    "Troubariste (Troubairitz),"  1992, undated
    Box   31  
    Notes on vocabulary,  2001 and undated
    Box   31  
    Up Thru the Years,  1970
    Box   31  
    Unidentified partial manuscript, and later,  ca. 1985

    (unpublished "selected"?)

    Box   31  
    West Indies Poems,  1971
     
    Collaborations (Anne Waldman with…)
    Box   31  
    Ted Berrigan. Memorial Day (2 folders),  1971
    Box   31  
    Joe Brainard interviews,  undated

    (includes "DeWarr's Profile")

    Box   31  
    Franco Beltrametti, Reed Bye, Suse Hahn, Harry Hoogstraten. Hanging Out in Amsterdam,  1978
    Box   31  
    Reed Bye

    (originally Reed Bye's folders)

    Box   31  
    Jack Collom, Chris Collom, Phil Garrison, et al. various collaborations,  1972-1980
    Box   31  
    "Collaborations with Anne,"  undated
     
    Reed Bye, Douglas Dunn. The Secret of the Waterfall
    Box   31  
    Drafts, notes, publicity material (2 folders)
    Box   31  
    Program, printed material, clippings
    Box   31  
    "Originals": drafts
    Box   31  
    Jayne Cortez and Cara Benson,  2009
    Box   31  
    Allen Ginsberg, Zen Mountain Monastery. Wide Awake Writing,  April 27-29, 1990
    Box   31  
    Bernadette Mayer, "The Basketball Article": ephemera and related, includes untitled piece re women's basketball
    Box   31  
    Althea Schelling. Desdemona. Erudite Fangs Editions,  2007
    Box   31  
    Andrew Schelling et al., Sources of Poetry with Anne Waldman and Andrew Schelling, Zen Mountain Monastery,  April 10-12, 1992
    Box   31  
    Vajra Regent Osel Tendzin, Poems  1985, undated
    Box   31  
    Ann Wilson. Solo Pablo Rimbeau: "performance which included reading of 'Fast Speaking Woman',"  undated
    Box   31  
    Noah Saterstrom. Soldatesque/Soldiering with Dreams of Wartime. Draft,  undated
    Box   31  
    Randy Roark. One Night,  2001

    Published in a limited edition of 500, 26 of which are lettered and signed. A and W editions included.

    Box   31  
    Steir, Pat. Cry Stall Gaze. Drafts,  undated
     
    Translations
    Box   31  
    Mahmoud Darwish
    Box   31  
    Mercedes Durand, "Nonsyntactical Jazz"
    Box   31  
    Nizar Qabanni,  ca. 1988
     
    Iovis, Bk. I ( Iovis: All Is Full of Jove)
     
    Notes, Drafts, and Research Material,  ca. 1960s, 1978-1990
    Box   32  
    Bennington College Notebook: Myth, Ritual, and Literature with Stanley Edgar Hyman
    Box   32  
    Questions for men for Iovis
    Box   32  
    Other (16 folders)
     
    Collated Drafts
    Box   32  
    Early version, Cantos I-XIII (2 folders)
    Box   32  
    Iovis I-XIV,  1990
    Box   32  
    Iovis I-XIV,  1990-1991

    (signed)

    Box   32  
    Iovis Omnia Plena, Early Draft,  ca. 1990-1992
     
    Iovis Omnia Plena: "Thread Through the maze," I-XXI,  1990-1993
    Box   32  
    I-IX, pp. 1-114
    Box   32  
    X-XXI, pp. 115-256
    Box   33  
    Faxed proofs,  December 14, 1992
    Box   33  
    Loose numbered pages
    Box   33  
    Miscellaneous drafts and older work,  undated
     
    Iovis, Bk. II ( Iovis Book Two)
     
    Notes, Drafts, and Research Material
     
    Correspondence
    Box   33  
    William Sterling re Latin translations,  1994-1995
    Box   33  
    Peter Lamborn Wilson (a.k.a. Hakim Bey): "blurb for Iovis?,"  undated
    Box   33  
    Correspondence re Iovis I and/or used in Iovis II  1984-1997, undated
    Box   33  
    Note tablets,  undated
    Box   33  
    Nuclear power clippings and poem draft,  1989

    (unclear whether for Bk. I or II)

    Box   33  
    So Help Me Sappho, typescript
    Box   33  
    Writings by Ambrose and others,  undated
    Box   33  
    Proofs and drafts,  undated
    Box   33  
    Includes sketch by Ambrose
    Box   33  
    Includes acrostic poem by Ambrose
    Box   33  
    Includes letter written by Anne Waldman's grandfather, John Waldman, Sr., and copy of "Evangelle," an account of a trip to Ken Kesey's farm
    Box   33  
    Other (12 folders),  ca. 1976-1995
     
    Full Drafts and Proofs
    Box   33  
    Early version (2 folders),  undated
     
    Collated draft,  undated
    Box   34  
    pp. 1-14
    Box   34  
    Added-in pages
    Box   34  
    pp. 45-79
    Box   34  
    pp. 80-146
    Box   34  
    pp. 147-206
    Box   34  
    pp. 207-239 plus additional materials
    Box   34  
    pp. 240-274
    Box   34  
    Table of Contents: loose page, version unknown
     
    Spiral-bound draft,  undated
    Box   34  
    I-X: pp. 1-111
    Box   34  
    XI-XIX: pp. 112-215
    Box   34  
    XX-XXVIII/Coda: pp. 126-295
     
    Copy: Publisher's copy proofs,  1996
    Box   34  
    I-V: publisher's correspondence, front matter, pp. 1-56
    Box   34  
    VI-XIII: pp. 57-139
    Box   34  
    XIV-XVIII: pp. 140-200
    Box   34  
    XIX-Coda: pp. 201-266
     
    Edited copy: edited at Coffee House Press,  ca. 1996-1997
    Box   34  
    Publisher's correspondence, front matter, pp. 1-96
    Box   34  
    pp. 97-192
    Box   34  
    pp. 193-288
    Box   34  
    pp. 289-384
     
    Proofs (4 folders),  ca. 1996-1997
    Box   34  
    I-V: publisher's correspondence, front matter, pp. 1-68
    Box   34  
    VI-XII: pp. 69-163
    Box   34  
    XIII-XVIII: pp. 164-242
    Box   34  
    XIX-end: pp. 243-324, plus illustrations and miscellaneous additions and corrections
    Box   34  
    Iovis, Bk. III: draft entitled "Exclusion 'Dark Arcana's' Imbroglio," parts of a journal kept in North Vietnam (2 folders),  May 2000
    Box   34  
    Iovis, Bk. III drafts and notes (2 folders),  undated
    Box   34  
    The Iovis Trilogy: Colors in the Mechanism of Concealment, notes and drafts,  2011
     
    Kill or Cure  1994
     
    Early Version
    Box   35  
    Foreword: "A Note on This Book"
    Box   35  
    Table of Contents: includes most of the poems from this list
    Box   35  
    Contents: includes other poems, in table of contents order
    Box   35  
    Not in table of contents
    Box   35  
    Draft: pp. 1-84
    Box   35  
    Draft: pp. 1-206
     
    Drafts/Collected Poems
    Box   35  
    A-K
    Box   35  
    L-P
    Box   35  
    R-W
    Box   35  
    Miscellaneous and fragments
    Box   35  
    Oficina Legal de la Mujer: publication from Christian Santos in Nicaragua, referenced in "Managua Sketches"
    Box   35  
    "Credo"
    Box   35  
    Pieces used in Kill or Cure
    Box   35  
    Miscellaneous loose poems
    Box   35  
    Essays: "Mandala of Poetics," "The Poetics of Tibet," "Poetry as Energy, Siddhi, Terma: Notes," "The Sleepers,"  1987, undated
    Box   35  
    Bound Proofs: inscribed by Anne, "Reading copy"
    Box   35  
    Bound Proofs, copy 2
    Box   35  
    Cover
     
    Galleys,  April 1995
    Box   35  
    pp. iii-48
    Box   35  
    pp. 49-129
    Box   35  
    pp. 133-200
    Box   35  
    pp.201-269
     
    Galleys, Manuscript and Layout Pages,  April 1995
    Box   35  
    pp. 1-47
    Box   35  
    pp. 48-100
    Box   35  
    pp. 101-166
    Box   35  
    pp. 167-235
    Box   35  
    Final Art
     
    Galleys: Rough Pages,  March 1995
    Box   35  
    pp. iii-48
    Box   35  
    pp. 49-132
    Box   35  
    pp. 133-200
    Box   35  
    pp.201-266
    Box   35  
    Review lists,  undated
    Box   35  
    Beat Roots. Drafts and correspondence. Illustrated by George Schneeman  2006
     
    In the Room of Never Grieve: New and Selected Poems, 1985-2003 (2 folders)  2008
     
    Drafts
    Box   35  
    January 23, 2002, (2 folders)
    Box   36  
    July 17, 2003, (4 folders)
    Box   36  
    July 29, 2003, (4 folders)
    Box   36  
    July 31, 2003, (4 folders)
    Box   36  
    Undated, (4 folders)
     
    Manatee/Humanity,  2009
    Box   36  
    Draft (2 folders), August 2008
    Box   37  
    Drafts (8 folders),  undated
     
    Single Titles

    ("fl" stands for "first line")

    Box   37  
    A Basque
    Box   37  
    A Birthday Sonnet, for Dorothy Bye (by Anne Waldman and Reed Bye)
    Box   37  
    A Child's Garden of Verses
    Box   37  
    A Coney Island of the Mind [or "In highschool"],  1958
    Box   37  
    A Daughter's Lament in May [?] [possibly for early version of Kill or Cure]
    Box   37  
    A decision has been reached! [fl]
    Box   37  
    A Drum & a Guitar & in a Painting by Picasso
    Box   37  
    A Guston, homage to Philip Guston, master painter
    Box   37  
    A Heart, For Ambrose
    Box   37  
    A Letter,  March 21, 1991
    Box   37  
    A man is humming a Spanish song: O the barrio I have not [fl]
    Box   37  
    A Moment's Tender Presence
    Box   37  
    A Name as Revery
    Box   37  
    A Slice at That
    Box   37  
    A stain of ignorance [fl--possibly forms part of larger work]
    Box   37  
    A Story About A Magician [and] A List for a Child
    Box   37  
    Abortion
    Box   37  
    Abrochese el Cinturon de Seguridad
    Box   37  
    "Accrostic," plus "Sun Set Moon Up," and by Lenika Miosol Vazaquez, "On a Plane Flight,"  August 6, 1987
    Box   37  
    Acrostic
    Box   37  
    Acoustical
    Box   37  
    "addiction" chant
    Box   37  
    Adventures in India
    Box   37  
    after Archilochos, for Anselm Hollo
    Box   37  
    After Campfire Ring Around the Moon September
    Box   37  
    After Praxilla
    Box   37  
    After Sappho
    Box   37  
    After the Greek [or "After the Greek Anthology"]
    Box   37  
    After the Lament of the Flutes for Tammuz
    Box   37  
    After-Dinner Entertaining [exists also in a slightly different version as "Midnight Snacks"]
    Box   37  
    Agrippa
    Box   37  
    Ali
    Box   37  
    Alice Annual [or "Annual Alice"]
    Box   37  
    All Hands
    Box   37  
    All the Past Is Silence
    Box   37  
    After Hadewijc
    Box   37  
    All This Every Day [book review; book by Joanne Kyger]
    Box   37  
    Alphabet Cali
    Box   37  
    Alphabeto Sudamericano
    Box   37  
    Always guessed and later knew [fl; includes other poems, from folder labeled "drafts & discarded Poems 1976-1980]
    Box   37  
    Ambapali Speaks [from the Therigatha or the Theragatha ]
    Box   37  
    Amendment 2
    Box   37  
    American Birds
    Box   37  
    American Manners [photocopy from published work]
    Box   37  
    American Mythology
    Box   37  
    American Renter
    Box   37  
    An Accent O Each Shape
    Box   37  
    Anarchy Reggae
    Box   37  
    Ancient Song Rising
    Box   37  
    Andrew's Birthday
    Box   37  
    Anne la Morn
    Box   37  
    Appetite
    Box   37  
    April Dream [note attached "from Kill or Cure"]
    Box   37  
    Arioso
    Box   37  
    Around the House [partial?]
    Box   37  
    Artemis
    Box   37  
    Artist Room
    Box   37  
    As (Certain) Blue
    Box   37  
    Asleep In Your Arms
    Box   37  
    Aspetti un Momento!
    Box   37  
    At 47 Fall '72 Reflect Colombia NY Express [?] [Originally "Conquer"]
    Box   37  
    At midnight wanted to be with just one [fl]
    Box   37  
    Athens
    Box   37  
    Autodidact [or "Acrostic"]
    Box   37  
    Autumn Poem [or "Autumn Fall Poem," "Leaves"; for Rocky Ledge ?]
    Box   37  
    Ayansem [or "Ansem"], for Jane Hollo
    Box   37  
    Azalea Blooming Today
    Box   37  
    Baby Breakdown, for Bill Berkson
    Box   37  
    Baby's Pantoum
    Box   37  
    Backyard Poems
    Box   37  
    Bali [includes various versions or related works?]
    Box   37  
    Ballade
    Box   37  
    Balzac
    Box   37  
    Barbara
    Box   37  
    Bardo Corridor [a version also appears as "Corridoror"]
    Box   37  
    Be Happy O Sad World
    Box   37  
    Be kind economists [fl]
    Box   37  
    Bean Sprouts for Phil Whalen [title?]
    Box   37  
    Bedroom Shadow
    Box   37  
    Beethoven's Birthday [plus poem "Steven"; also includes version entitled "On Beethoven's Birthday," from a folder labeled "c. 1976-1980"]
    Box   37  
    Bellini
    Box   37  
    Bench [or "Johnny Bench"]
    Box   37  
    Bernoulli Effect Song
    Box   37  
    Berthe Morisot
    Box   37  
    Big Atlantic Purse
    Box   37  
    Bird with the Herd [by Larry Fagin and Anne Waldman]
    Box   37  
    Bluehawk
    Box   37  
    Bobbie Louise
    Box   37  
    Bonnie rode Molly the palomino up here one [fl]
    Box   37  
    Books You All Should Read
    Box   37  
    Boots for A Black Hat Dancer
    Box   37  
    Born Again Blues
    Box   37  
    Both, Both
    Box   37  
    Brautigan
    Box   37  
    Breakfast
    Box   37  
    Breathe in the malady, the malaise, the warnings of the megalopolis citadels [fl]
    Box   37  
    Bremen
    Box   37  
    Bride
    Box   37  
    Brinks of Fame: Monologue
    Box   37  
    Buddha Family Qualities [with subtitle or alternate title "Ratna"]
    Box   37  
    Bye
    Box   37  
    Cabal [one version missing p. 2]
    Box   37  
    Cabin [one version missing pp. 1-2]
    Box   37  
    Cabin Dreams
    Box   37  
    Call to the Good Roof Dream
    Box   37  
    Can't Touch This [missing p. 4]
    Box   37  
    Cantilena
    Box   37  
    Canyon [early title "Drive up Canyon"]
    Box   37  
    Canyon Lessons Narration ["End of Romance" separate or part of poem?]
    Box   37  
    Canzone
    Box   37  
    Cats & Dogs
    Box   37  
    CBGB's, Mudd Club [fl]
    Box   37  
    Celestial Black & White
    Box   37  
    Cento [plus fragment?]
    Box   37  
    Chair (for The End of Time)
    Box   37  
    Chicago
    Box   37  
    Child Chant
    Box   37  
    Childish Ode to the Journalists of the Hackneyed Poetry World [final title?]
    Box   37  
    Child's Poem
    Box   37  
    Child's Story
    Box   37  
    Christmas Gists, for Reed
    Box   37  
    Circulin
    Box   37  
    Cittipatti Blues
    Box   37  
    City Suite [orig. called "NY Suite"]
    Box   37  
    Clark Late Birthday
    Box   37  
    Code: Intensification of Shade
    Box   37  
    Colors, for Michael Herrick
    Box   37  
    Complaint
    Box   37  
    Constellations
    Box   37  
    Contra Chant
    Box   37  
    Contraband [note attached " Blue Mosque: some rejected in final cuts"]
    Box   37  
    Correspondence
    Box   37  
    Coup de Grace
    Box   37  
    Credo
    Box   37  
    Crime Work, for Charlotte Carter
    Box   37  
    Crystals form rapidly [fl], for Reed Bye [prev. titles "Going Down", "Malachite"?]  1976
    Box   37  
    curious [fl]
    Box   37  
    Curse [also called "Iran Contra Spell"]
    Box   37  
    Cutting/for Reed Bye
    Box   37  
    Cut up, Front Seat
    Box   37  
    D
    Box   37  
    Dance
    Box   37  
    Daughter's Lament in May
    Box   37  
    Dear Creeley [p. 14 doesn't seem to go with rest, but is all part of "Dear Creeley" section of Iovis I ]
    Box   37  
    Dear Luncheon Meat [letter, possibly to Douglas Dunn?]
    Box   37  
    Dear Mr. Madigan [fl; correspondence piece]
    Box   37  
    Dear Sky Box [partial]
    Box   37  
    Definition of Water Meditation [or "Legend of Desire to Rule Water"]
    Box   37  
    Demilitarized Zone [with subtitle or alternate titles "War" and "(Redonda)"]
    Box   37  
    Democracy
    Box   37  
    Demon Chant
    Box   37  
    Denyse DuRoi's poems are complex weaves, meanderings [fl; review or blurb]
    Box   37  
    Desert Storm [or "Tormiento del Deserto"?]
    Box   37  
    Desideratum
    Box   37  
    Dialogue [or "Dialogue: Conversation at Nine Thousand Feet"; one copy missing p. 1]
    Box   37  
    Diamond
    Box   37  
    Diatribe: A Curse
    Box   37  
    Discourse Coloradan [copy 3 has p. 1 only]
    Box   37  
    Distinct Ardent
    Box   37  
    Dopey Brains Awake
    Box   37  
    Dossier
    Box   37  
    Dramatic House
     
    [Dream poems and narratives]
    Box   37  
    Dream [fl: Thickhead spring air"]
    Box   37  
    Dream [fl: "Last night I dream my bones are hollow"]
    Box   37  
    dream March 28.76
    Box   37  
    Dream about being in two plays at Bennington… [fl; description of a dream]
    Box   37  
    April 19/20
    Box   37  
    May 4
    Box   37  
    Morning May 4
    Box   37  
    dream/ smoke tobacco [first two lines]
    Box   37  
    Drugs
    Box   37  
    Dual it ee [or "Duality"' plus other poems and notes]
    Box   37  
    Dying
    Box   37  
    Early June in Colorado
    Box   37  
    Echos
    Box   37  
    Edwin Denby on Gertrude Stein
    Box   37  
    E.E. UU
    Box   37  
    El Rito
    Box   37  
    Elegy, for Kate Berrigan Morrison (1965-1987)
    Box   37  
    Elysium
    Box   37  
    End of Spin
    Box   37  
    Epilogue [Anne Waldman's or other's?]
    Box   37  
    Epiphany
    Box   37  
    Epithalamium
    Box   37  
    especially if you sing it accurately, smiles [fl]
    Box   37  
    Esteem, for A.N. [Alice Notley]
    Box   37  
    Everything around is touched by her [fl; part of another poem?]
    Box   37  
    Eye Ball Movie
    Box   37  
    Eyes in All Heads to Be Looked out of [plus "Cut"]
    Box   37  
    Expiration after Donne
    Box   37  
    Extracts/Poems, Letters, Notes from a Journal [continues: "(South American) Colombia only July 6-August 6,/1972"; "published in The World"]
    Box   37  
    Falling in Love on Red Oaks Lane [and cutups; related?]
    Box   37  
    Fast Speaking Woman
    Box   37  
    February Ether: Sky's No Limit
    Box   37  
    First Winter Days
    Box   37  
    5 Ghost of Days for Charles North
    Box   37  
    5 Lovers in 5 Acts [short play]
    Box   37  
    Five Poems for Ron Padgett
    Box   37  
    Flat recurrent rain [fl]
    Box   37  
    for Alice Notley
    Box   37  
    for Frances
    Box   37  
    for Harry Smith
    Box   37  
    For Immediate of previous [cutup appropriation]  January 6, 1976
    Box   37  
    for Jimmy [includes notes, other poems?]
    Box   37  
    For Joan
    Box   37  
    For Reed
    Box   37  
    For Robert Creeley [or "for R.C."; p. 3 May not belong]
    Box   37  
    For Ruth [Ruth Sikelianos]
    Box   37  
    For Steven ["(Steven Lowe)"; in folder labeled "c. 1976-1980"]
    Box   37  
    for Ted Berrigan
    Box   37  
    Four Corners
    Box   37  
    Frances
    Box   37  
    Friday Night
    Box   37  
    From a Class Discussion,  August 19, 1975
    Box   37  
    (from a continuing work) in Spanish [fragments of larger work?]
    Box   37  
    from Iovis Omnia Plena
    Box   37  
    from A Palm Reading for ALW ? [notes from a palm reading]  1985
    Box   37  
    from dream to dream to dream [fl; part of larger work?; includes Spanish translations]
    Box   37  
    from Shaman, to Bob Dylan
    Box   37  
    From the Dream Journal
    Box   37  
    Fuck Up
    Box   37  
    Genetics
    Box   37  
    George Schneeman Peoples the Sky
    Box   37  
    Glasnost
    Box   37  
    Glenn Branca
    Box   37  
    Goddess of Wisdom Whose Substance Is Desire, for Joanne Kyger
    Box   37  
    Granny in the Apple
    Box   37  
    Gringo
    Box   37  
    Grotte [from Iovis Omnia Plena]
    Box   37  
    Guest
    Box   37  
    Guise, for Lewis
    Box   37  
    Gut Convinced
    Box   37  
    Habanera ["for birthday of J.M.W."]
    Box   37  
    Hag of Beare (Caillech na Beara) ["Version by Anne Waldman & John Wright"]
    Box   37  
    Halloween
    Box   37  
    "Hannah's Ware" and "Alice's Street Near the Palace" in The Germ,  1998
    Box   37  
    He
    Box   37  
    He sweeps in, little boxer [fl]
    Box   37  
    Hecate
    Box   37  
    Helping the Dreamer
    Box   37  
    Him
    Box   37  
    History
    Box   37  
    Holy Cows
    Box   37  
    Hopes & Fears [includes one version with attached note, "from Skin Meat Bones"]
    Box   37  
    House of the Senses
    Box   37  
    Housework [p. 2 related or no?]
    Box   37  
    How Does the Dalmatian Get Its Spots?
    Box   37  
    How I Became (Biblical) [Alternate title "North America"? Also called, "How I Became Biblical"]
    Box   37  
    How the Sestina (Yawn) Works
    Box   37  
    "I am blinded by a fiery circle," for James Schuyler
    Box   37  
    I Bow at Bodhgaya
    Box   37  
    I had such a mother [fl]
    Box   37  
    I Stand Humble Before That Standing Within Me Which Speaks with Me [fl?]
    Box   37  
    I tell you again, "My heart is pinched" [fl; last word unclear; part of larger work? By Anne Waldman?]
    Box   37  
    I wanna go [fl]
    Box   37  
    I went. I enjoyed myself. I went again--SM [fl; fragment?]
    Box   37  
    I Wept unto a Car
    Box   37  
    Icy Rose [attached note, "Made into Broadside"]
    Box   37  
    "If there's one thing I'm sick of…" [quotations; fragment?]
    Box   37  
    I'll take romance [fl; fragment?]
    Box   37  
    I'm far away from home [fl]
    Box   37  
    I've got a girl shadow [fl]
    Box   37  
    In a Public Place
    Box   37  
    In Being Musical
    Box   37  
    In Dusseldorf, however [fl; part of larger work?]
    Box   37  
    In Paterson
    Box   37  
    In Ruins: A dream
    Box   37  
    In the snowy night [fl; this poem crossed out; also includes "Heart's Dentist," or part of it]
    Box   37  
    In This Or Any Other
    Box   37  
    In Toronto
    Box   37  
    Inamorata
    Box   37  
    Incident
    Box   37  
    India
    Box   37  
    Inside Dallas
    Box   37  
    Insides Like the Sea, for Peter Warshall
    Box   37  
    Interior Egg [with other poems attached]
    Box   37  
    Invitation To A Picture Hanging, for Jasper Johns [note attached, "Poems for Painters?"]
    Box   37  
    Invocation for Raising Windhorse
    Box   37  
    Iovis Omnia Plena [w/note, "draft of Kerouac Section Iovis I"]
    Box   37  
    is it happening [fl]
    Box   37  
    Is You
    Box   37  
    It Sounds It
    Box   37  
    Italian City Sonnet
    Box   37  
    Jabs, to Ted Berrigan
    Box   37  
    Jackie Curtis [with clipping]
    Box   37  
    Jane was exceedingly plain [fl; includes other limericks]
    Box   37  
    Journal Nicaragua
    Box   37  
    Jump
    Box   37  
    Jumpin' with My Friend Memory
    Box   37  
    Jurassic
    Box   37  
    Just to Swoon in Another Way
    Box   37  
    Kali Yuga Blues
    Box   37  
    Kill or Cure [one version missing p. 1]
    Box   37  
    Killin Floor Blues
    Box   37  
    Kind Of [plus another poem, "The Mirror"]
    Box   37  
    L
    Box   37  
    Lad of the Malign
    Box   37  
    Lady on a Rooster (looking at a picture of a Hindu goddess), for Angelica Clark
    Box   37  
    Last Night
    Box   37  
    Last Poem
    Box   37  
    Legend of Desire to Rule Water [plus "Request," "To Down a Phantom," and other material]
    Box   37  
    Legs
    Box   37  
    Lent
    Box   37  
    Lesson [includes poem "Election"]
    Box   37  
    Lethal Blue, for Amber
    Box   37  
    Letter to Miss Idona Hand [plus "What are you?"]
    Box   37  
    Libertad
    Box   37  
    Light & Shadow
    Box   37  
    light/ shadow/ shine [first lines]
    Box   37  
    Lines for Elio Schneeman
    Box   37  
    Lines to a Celebrated Friend [for Allen Ginsberg]
    Box   37  
    Lives of Great Men
    Box   37  
    Lokapala
    Box   37  
    Long As
    Box   37  
    lore
    Box   37  
    Los Caprichos [or "The Hermitage," "The Eske"]
    Box   37  
    Loud Concerts
    Box   37  
    Love Letter, for Steven Lowe
    Box   37  
    Love Poem
    Box   37  
    Love's Tombstone
    Box   37  
    Lullaby
    Box   37  
    Mclure
    Box   37  
    Magician, for Susan Hall
    Box   37  
    Mahadeviyakka Speaks [from the Therigatha or the Theragatha ?]
    Box   37  
    Mahayana Lament
    Box   37  
    Malachite [plus "Nootka Love Song" and Frank O'Hara quote]
    Box   37  
    Mammalian,  undated
    Box   37  
    Man Traveling [title deleted]
    Box   37  
    Managua Sketches [one version missing last page]
    Box   37  
    Manifesto
    Box   37  
    many/ advocations/ or/ alterations [first lines; fragment?]
    Box   37  
    Marianne Moore reading
    Box   37  
    Mark/ you there [first lines; "for Mark Sikelianos on Ruth's death"]
    Box   37  
    Mars
    Box   37  
    Martyrology
    Box   37  
    Matriarchly
    Box   37  
    Mauve Flowers of the Ubiquitous Wisteria ["from Cabin"]
    Box   37  
    Men & Women
    Box   37  
    Mesa
    Box   37  
    Mesmer
    Box   37  
    Miami (Democratic Convention)
    Box   37  
    Michael caught a little sunfish [fl; collaboration, possibly written w/Michael (Brownstein?)?]
    Box   37  
    Midnight Snacks [a version also appears as "After-Dinner Entertaining"]
    Box   37  
    Mirage
    Box   37  
    Model Folding In The Reign Of Tut Equals Voltri XIX, [for?] David Smith
    Box   37  
    Monochrome (Night)
    Box   37  
    Mother's Curse [missing p. 2-?]
    Box   37  
    Mountains! Mountains! [fl]
    Box   37  
    Mummy Case of Artemidorus with Painted Portrait
    Box   37  
    Muse
    Box   37  
    Mushroom
    Box   37  
    My Credo
    Box   37  
    My Own Eyes Did This Sonnet
    Box   38  
    Name, for John Waldman
    Box   38  
    Names & Places, from a Journal
    Box   38  
    Narcolepsy [with Ted Berrigan]
    Box   38  
    Nerves
    Box   38  
    Net Life [and "Panegyric"]
    Box   38  
    New Landlord
    Box   38  
    New Year Sing Air [or "The Don Season"?]
    Box   38  
    Night Wing
    Box   38  
    9 Mechanical Poems, for Ron
    Box   38  
    Nine O'clock [includes "Diction" and "To Love"]
    Box   38  
    19 objects laid out on the table can I remember them all? [fl; poem or journal entry?]
    Box   38  
    No Fun Lung
    Box   38  
    No man's eye has ever [fl]
    Box   38  
    No Nonsense
    Box   38  
    No Suffer
    Box   38  
    No way out of nicotine [fl; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    Nomad's Song
    Box   38  
    Not Done
    Box   38  
    Notes on Sitting Beside a Noble Corpse [Full title, "Notes on Sitting Beside a Noble Corpse--Light Breeze Stirring the Curtains, Blue--Faint Tremor of His Blue Shroud"]
    Box   38  
    notes watching Douglas Dunn dance,  1975
    Box   38  
    Notorious [note attached, "from Fast Speaking Woman"]
    Box   38  
    (November) Language Has Wings
    Box   38  
    Nutrient
    Box   38  
    O Husband!
    Box   38  
    O I See
    Box   38  
    O I See How, Now, for Chogyam Trungpa, Rinpoche
    Box   38  
    O Moon
    Box   38  
    Object Notes [by Anne Waldman?]
    Box   38  
    Ode to 437 East 12th
    Box   38  
    Ode to Last Night
    Box   38  
    Ode To My Skirts
    Box   38  
    Ode to Speech
    Box   38  
    Off
    Box   38  
    Old Dream Ritual
    Box   38  
    Old Homage Ritual, for Jerry
    Box   38  
    Om Tare Tutth Tare Sarva Artha Siddhi Siddhi Kuru Swaha [p. 2 related?]
    Box   38  
    On Being Painted, by Alex Katz
    Box   38  
    On Considering Certain Personal Attacks [eventually "Under My Breath"; attached note on one draft, "from Kill or Cure"]
    Box   38  
    On East Hill, for Edwin Denby
    Box   38  
    On Memorial Day I forget everything, exquisite corpse collaboration with "Bernadette, Lewis, Jack, Reed, Anne, Steve Malmude, Carol, Allison"
    Box   38  
    On My Birthday
    Box   38  
    On what is her liveliness rooted? [fl; fragment? Last page related?]
    Box   38  
    One Night Stand ["Kenward Elmslie song"]
    Box   38  
    One Taste
    Box   38  
    Open Address to Senator Jesse Helms
    Box   38  
    Orchids & Mum
    Box   38  
    Ostensive [plus "Rondure"]
    Box   38  
    Our Past [attached note, "Blue Mosque"]
    Box   38  
    Ousted
    Box   38  
    Out There
    Box   38  
    Paean: May I Speak Thus?
    Box   38  
    Painted Ships on Which the Little Ships Ride, for Reed [attached note, "from Makeup on Empty Space "]
    Box   38  
    Palinode (Walk)
    Box   38  
    Panegyric
    Box   38  
    Parable [by Anne Waldman or another?]
    Box   38  
    Paraphrase of Edwin Denby on the "New York School"
    Box   38  
    Past Life
    Box   38  
    Patacara Speaks [from the Therigatha or the Theragatha ]
    Box   38  
    paying for heat [fl; poem?]
    Box   38  
    Pearls of India
    Box   38  
    People Coming Up the Stairs
    Box   38  
    Performance
    Box   38  
    Peripatetic
    Box   38  
    Persephone
    Box   38  
    Petrarch
    Box   38  
    Philosophia Perennis
    Box   38  
    Phone Dictation
    Box   38  
    Photograph
    Box   38  
    Pictures of Poets
    Box   38  
    Picturesque
    Box   38  
    Pieces Of An Hour
    Box   38  
    Pink Lady
    Box   38  
    Pitch
    Box   38  
    Pith Alarum [partial]
    Box   38  
    Plane Work: Rattle Up A Deer [attached note, "Pub. in Journals & Dreams 'plane work' w/B.M."; with Bernadette Mayer]
    Box   38  
    Plutonium Chant
    Box   38  
    Poem
    Box   38  
    Poem Elegiac
    Box   38  
    Poem en Forme de la Bouche
    Box   38  
    Poem for Charles North
    Box   38  
    Poem for Jim Carroll
    Box   38  
    Poem for Ramsey Clark
    Box   38  
    Poem for the Streets of New York City
    Box   38  
    Poem from Bed
    Box   38  
    Poem to Michael Wagner [per attached note]
    Box   38  
    Poems & Notes & Letters from a Journal (South America),  July 1972
    Box   38  
    Poems [from "Fast Speaking Woman" and "Some of the Things I See for You"]
    Box   38  
    Poets
    Box   38  
    Polemic
    Box   38  
    Postcard from Tairona Colombia, SA [original title or subtitle "Dear Bernadette"]
    Box   38  
    Practices of the Night [correct p. 3 or no?]
    Box   38  
    Pressure
    Box   38  
    priests part/devoted throng [first lines; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    Private Rooms
    Box   38  
    Protection Amulets [and "Amulets," from among loose notes on travels, originally from a journal?]
    Box   38  
    Puer ["later part of Iovis I"]
    Box   38  
    Putting Makeup on Empty Space
    Box   38  
    Pygmy Heaven
    Box   38  
    Questions for DD [Douglas Dunn]
    Box   38  
    Questions for Kenneth Koch
    Box   38  
    Quick Alchemy [review]
    Box   38  
    Ram, for Anselm
    Box   38  
    Recent Correspondence
    Box   38  
    Red Faces [by Gertrude Stein]
    Box   38  
    Red Hat Lama
    Box   38  
    Redonda
    Box   38  
    Reds (She Makes Sense Of Her Surroundings)
    Box   38  
    Reed Bye
    Box   38  
    replenish making twine if you like, for Andrew
    Box   38  
    Request (for 2 female voices), in homage John Giorno
    Box   38  
    Resisting Each Other
    Box   38  
    Resplendent Things
    Box   38  
    Revenge [handwritten draft, may contain additional material]
    Box   38  
    Rex Iudeorum
    Box   38  
    Robert Lowell, for Creeley
    Box   38  
    Rocky Flats: Relative Truth from the Warring God Realm: An Investigative Poetics, dedicated to Ed Sanders
    Box   38  
    Ronaural
    Box   38  
    Rondeau
    Box   38  
    Rooms
    Box   38  
    Rudeste
    Box   38  
    Rushing in the dark last night [fl; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    Russian Nelli
    Box   38  
    Sad Cypress
    Box   38  
    Saint
    Box   38  
    St. Mark's Place
    Box   38  
    Sandinista
    Box   38  
    Sat A.M.
    Box   38  
    Schiaparelli
    Box   38  
    Scientist
    Box   38  
    Seattle
    Box   38  
    Seldom Here
    Box   38  
    Self Other Both Neither
    Box   38  
    Sending & Receiving
    Box   38  
    Sestina
    Box   38  
    Sex and Intrigue (She Seduces A Terrorist & Has To Leave Town), for Kathy Acker [two of the drafts: p. 1 only]
    Box   38  
    Shapely Writing
    Box   38  
    She
    Box   38  
    She Chant
    Box   38  
    Shirt, for Gertrude
    Box   38  
    Silent Man, for Carl
    Box   38  
    Silver E
    Box   38  
    Similar Alike
    Box   38  
    Sine Qua Non Coccoon
    Box   38  
    Sister Death
    Box   38  
    Sisters
    Box   38  
    Skin Meat Bones
    Box   38  
    Slide Piana [or "Slide Piano"]
    Box   38  
    Sober Up [alternate title "Sobering"]
    Box   38  
    Some Notes
    Box   38  
    Some Things in the House that are Joe Brainard
    Box   38  
    Something for You
    Box   38  
    Some of the Things I See for You, for Michael
    Box   38  
    Sonnet
    Box   38  
    Sophisticated Poem
    Box   38  
    Sounds like doors to me [fl; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    South
    Box   38  
    Speech
    Box   38  
    Spending Money
    Box   38  
    Split
    Box   38  
    Squawk! [fl]
    Box   38  
    Step Any Talk Back a Step
    Box   38  
    Stileto [sic]
    Box   38  
    Strange Days Ahead [review of Michael Brownstein book, Strange Days Ahead ]
    Box   38  
    Summer Plans [or "Streaks remembering Frances"]
    Box   38  
    Suppose a Game [early title, "The Agreement"]
    Box   38  
    "Susan" (and "Mary")
    Box   38  
    Suspicion
    Box   38  
    Swanity
    Box   38  
    Swiss Banker
    Box   38  
    Taking Gary Snyder to the Airport
    Box   38  
    Tall Town Stun, for Yvonne
    Box   38  
    T.C.
    Box   38  
    Teardrops
    Box   38  
    Teen Angel
    Box   38  
    Tell A Story About A Threshold Here
    Box   38  
    Telling You
    Box   38  
    Ten Books Are Sustaining
    Box   38  
    Thanksgiving November Fall on[?] Birthday
    Box   38  
    The brow sweeps the sky like a rainbow [fl]
    Box   38  
    "The Clean Air and the Open Window Invite Me to Write to You"
    Box   38  
    The Construction Site
    Box   38  
    The Day After Memorial Day
    Box   38  
    The dog that barked for 4 hours & the rooster that/ crowed for 2 [first lines]
    Box   38  
    The Don Season [also exists as earlier version "New Year Sing Air"?]
    Box   38  
    The Feel of Milk
    Box   38  
    The first of the undecoded messages was… [fl; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    The Flying Diary
    Box   38  
    The Good Roof [Root?] Protection
    Box   38  
    The HYENA speaks of Rotten bananas near [fl?]
    Box   38  
    The Land (old ballad)
    Box   38  
    The light green sea with white foam [fl; looks like a collaboration, collaborator unknown]
    Box   38  
    The Little Girl Who Liked Ice
    Box   38  
    The Lover Without Ostensible Motive [p. 2 related?]
    Box   38  
    The Interior of Our Aircraft (to acquaint you with)
    Box   38  
    The Midway [also includes "Inside Dallas"]
    Box   38  
    The Network
    Box   38  
    The Nun Abutsu [from the Therigatha or the Theragatha ?]
    Box   38  
    The Official Version
    Box   38  
    The Other
    Box   38  
    The POEM of Dad's Birthday [by Anne Waldman and Ambrose Bye]
    Box   38  
    The Problem, after Laura (Riding) Jackson
    Box   38  
    The Romance Thing
    Box   38  
    The Sofa Is Black
    Box   38  
    The span of life in these hills [or "hells"?] is also/ exact… [first lines; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    The Tundra & the Waves
    Box   38  
    The Vast [plus "The Domain dispersal" and "Another Breton Field in Brittany"; by Anne Waldman?]
    Box   38  
    The Wonderful Shapes of Elizabeth Murray
    Box   38  
    THC News
    Box   38  
    There's a man down the hall who's much [fl; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    Things to Do at Home (Woman)
    Box   38  
    Thinking About You
    Box   38  
    Thinking of Chloe
    Box   38  
    Thinking Right Inside the Thing
    Box   38  
    This dark day this day this poor sad human day [fl; might be called "Devil's Work: Plutonium"]
    Box   38  
    This November, for Ted
    Box   38  
    Though I have a dozen lovers [fl; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    Thoughts of the Dolphin, for my son Ambrose & in support of the efforts of Greenpeace on behalf of the dolphins
    Box   38  
    3 Epiphanies
    Box   38  
    3 Padgetts
    Box   38  
    "Three Stars" [fl; part of larger piece?]
    Box   38  
    Tigress [or "Excavation"?]
    Box   38  
    To a Roofer
    Box   38  
    To a Young Poet
    Box   38  
    To Down a Phantom
    Box   38  
    To Each a Willed By
    Box   38  
    To Greet a Letter-Carrier [by Anne Waldman?]
    Box   38  
    to John
    Box   38  
    To My Former Husband
    Box   38  
    to place these waters down for you [fl; fragment?]
    Box   38  
    To Steve Carey
    Box   38  
    To the Censorious Ones
    Box   38  
    To the Russian Poet [and other works, attached: "I Wept Unto a Car"; "Circles"; "Tan"; "Saint"; "Troit," for Ann and Ken [Mikolowski?]; "Battery"; "Let's Get This Show on the Road! or The Collective Amnesia," for Kenward Elmslie; "Light & Shadow"]
    Box   38  
    To the Seventies
    Box   38  
    Toast
    Box   38  
    Today I write in the context of 4 white walls [first sentence of prose piece; May exist elsewhere under another title]
    Box   38  
    Too Bad Trains [or "Obsolete"?]
    Box   38  
    Toronto Untitled
    Box   38  
    Tough Instinctive
    Box   38  
    Toupee
    Box   38  
    Tract
    Box   38  
    Trait [orig. title "Traits"]
    Box   38  
    Traveler ["Homage to Basho the Traveler"]
    Box   38  
    trim or no : frost [fl; by Anne Waldman?]
    Box   38  
    Triolet
    Box   38