Letters to Elsa Dorfman from "beat" poets including Allen Ginsberg, Philip Whalen, Frank O'Hara, Edward Field, and Robert Creeley. Included are 14 poems by Elsa Dorfman with critical comments by Allen Ginsberg.
Fire Exit Collection, 1955-1992, bulk 1967-1992 16.25 Linear Feet
George Economou papers, 1954-2017 12.5 linear feet
Goliard Press records, 1961-1970 3 linear feet
Correspondence and production files of The Goliard Press, relating to the publication of contemporary English and American poetry. Most of the letters are addressed to Barry Hall or Tom Raworth. Among the poets represented are Basil Bunting, Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, Anselm Hollo, Ted Hughes, Christopher Logue, Michael McClure, Charles Olson, and Louis Zukofsky.
Jacob Rabinowitz letters, 1978-1993 0.5 linear feet
Letters from William Burroughs, Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, and others concerning his poetry and translations and about their own lives. There are also a few poems and photographs.
Martin Seymour-Smith Collection, 1930-1981 76 Linear Feet
Robert Kelly Collection, 1949-1989 395.5 Linear Feet
The University and the Arts Symposium collection, 1978 .21 Linear Feet
Thomas Connolly correspondence, 1953-1986 0.5 Linear Feet
Tom Clark papers, 1981-1983 2.5 linear feet
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, printed materials, and tape cassettes assembled by Tom Clark in writing his WRITER: A LIFE OF JACK KEROUAC. There is correspondence from friends and fellow writers of Kerouac, printed materials about Kerouac and The Jack Kerouac Conference, 1982, at the Naropa Institute (Boulder, Colorado), and five drafts of Clark's book manuscript. Among the correspondents are Carolyn Cassady, Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, and Allen Ginsberg.