Restrictions

Materials contained in box 40, folders 10-15 are restricted until the year 2052 according to state and federal laws. Materials contained in box 40, folders 16-17 are restricted until the year 2077 according to state and federal laws. Master videocassettes, reel-to-reel audiorecordings and cassette audiorecordings in Series 10 and in the second accession Series 8 are restricted. Researchers must request a listening copy to be produced.

Abstract

Papers of Kathleen Fraser, American poet, teacher and scholar. Influenced by the experimental poets of the New York School in the 1960s, Fraser became a prolific poet, an advocate of innovative women's writing, and a professor of creative writing at San Francisco State University. The collection contains correspondence with prominent poets and scholars; manuscript and typescript drafts of Fraser's published and unpublished poetry, prose and essays; administrative and production materials related to the literary magazine HOW(EVER); interviews with Fraser; teaching materials; and video and audiocassette recordings. Significant correspondents include Charles Bernstein, Ted Berrigan, Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge, Robert Creeley, Beverly Dahlen, Patricia Dienstfrey, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Barbara Einzig, Kenward Elmslie, Susan Gervitz, Robert Gluck, Barbara Guest, Fanny Howe, Susan Howe, Frances Jaffer, Carol Muske, Adrienne Rich, Ron Silliman, and Diane Wakoski. The papers range from the late 1950s to 2000, but most materials date from the 1970s through the 1990s. Additions to the Kathleen Fraser papers, processed in 2007, contain further correspondence with poets and scholars through 2006. The collection also incorporates materials related to the HOW2 ONLINE JOURNAL MATERIALS and archive project, including typescripts and editorial correspondence, works published by Fraser from 2000-2004, teaching and conference materials, interviews, miscellaneous materials, and two audio recordings.

Biography

Kathleen Fraser was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in 1935 and attended high school in Covina, California. After discovering the work of writers such as Virginia Woolf, Walt Whitman and e.e. cummings while a student at Occidental College, Fraser decided to major in English literature and began to write her own poetry. She graduated in 1959 and moved to New York City where she developed her skills as a poet in workshops with Kenneth Koch and Robert Lowell at the New School for Social Research and with Stanley Kunitz at the Poetry Center at the YMHA.

In Kunitz's poetry workshop, Fraser met her first husband, the poet Jack Marshall, whom she married in 1960. Their son David was born in 1966, and soon thereafter they relocated to San Francisco. In 1969, they were both offered teaching positions at the Iowa Writer's Workshop. After their separation in 1970, Fraser became director of the Poetry Center (1972-1975) and professor of creative writing (1972-1992) at San Francisco State University. In addition to teaching poetry workshops and seminars, she founded the American Poetry Archives and compiled a video anthology featuring women poets entitled WOMEN WORKING IN LITERATURE (1992).

Responding to the need for a place to discuss women's language issues and to publish experimentalist poetry by women, Fraser founded the journal HOW(ever). From 1983 to 1992, Fraser published the work of living women poets and recovered the neglected work of modernist women poets such as H.D., Mina Loy, and Mary Butts. Fraser continued this investigation into innovative women's writing through the online journal How2 which she edited from 1999 to 2000. Fraser handed over the position as editor-in-chief to Australian scholar Ann Vickery in 2001 to allow more time for her own writing.

Fraser has published fifteen volumes of poetry: CHANGE OF ADDRESS AND OTHER POEMS (1966), STILTS, SOMERSAULTS AND HEADSTANDS: GAME POEMS BASED ON A PAINTING BY PETER BREUGHEL (1968), IN DEFIANCE OF THE RAINS (1969), LITTLE NOTES TO YOU FROM LUCAS STREET: POEMS 1970-1971 (1972), WHAT I WANT (1974), MAGRITTE SERIES (1977), NEW SHOES (1978), EACH NEXT: NARRATIVES (1980), SOMETHING (EVEN HUMAN VOICES) IN THE FOREGROUND, A LAKE (1984), NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987), BOUNDAYR (1987), FROM A TEXT -- (1993), WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1993), WING (1995) and IL CUORE : THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS 1970-1995 (1996). Selections from her work were recorded on the cassette audiotape EVEN HUMAN VOICES (1986). She has also published a collection of critical essays entitled TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE: POETRY AND THE INNOVATIVE NECESSITY (2000).

Fraser's poetry has been published in numerous journals and magazines since the late 1950s, and she has given readings and talks on poetry across the United States, as well as in Italy and Japan. Her poetry is characterized by a technically sophisticated deconstruction of language that is highly innovative. In addition to displaying her technical skill, Fraser's poetry is also intensely emotional, meditative, playful, and lyrical.

Fraser divides her time between San Francisco and Rome with her second husband, the philosopher and playwright Arthur K. Bierman, whom she married in 1985, and she continues to be active as a poet, teacher and scholar.

Scope and Content

The Kathleen Fraser Papers document the literary and professional career of a prolific poet, advocate of innovative women's writing and professor of creative writing at San Francisco State University. Materials include correspondence with prominent poets and scholars, manuscript and typescript drafts of Fraser's published poetry, prose and essays; administrative and production materials related to the literary magazine HOW(EVER); interviews with Fraser; teaching materials; and video and audiocassette recordings. The materials date from the late 1950s to 2000. The papers are arranged in ten series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) HOW(EVER) MATERIALS, 3) WRITINGS BY FRASER, 4) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 5) TEACHING MATERIALS, 6) CONFERENCES, 7) READING AND WORKSHOP FLYERS, 8) INTERVIEWS WITH/BY AND ARTICLES ON FRASER, 9) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, and 10) RECORDINGS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series, arranged alphabetically, is comprised of correspondence both to and from prominent poets and scholars. Carbon and printed copies of Fraser's outgoing correspondence are filed under the recipient's name. Among the major and well-known poets included are Charles Bernstein, Ted Berrigan, Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge, Carolyn Burke, Norma Cole, Robert Creeley, Beverly Dahlen, Patricia Dienstfrey, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Barbara Einzig, Kenward Elmslie, Susan Gervitz, Robert Gluck, Barbara Guest, Fanny Howe, Susan Howe, Frances Jaffer, Adrienne Rich, Ron Silliman, and Diane Wakoski.

Some correspondence relevant to Fraser's publications, academic positions, conferences, readings and workshops are located in the appropriate series.

SERIES 2: HOW(EVER) MATERIALS

The HOW(EVER) MATERIALS series incorporates resources connected with Fraser's HOW(ever) journal and related projects. The series is arranged in five subseries: A) Journal - Administrative, B) Journal - Production materials, C) Book Series, D) Online Archive and How2, and E) Correspondence.

A) The Journal - Administrative subseries is arranged alphabetically by folder title, and includes financial records, mailing lists and rejection notices.

B) The Journal - Production materials are arranged chronologically. For each published issue of HOW(ever), submissions, notes, drafts, correspondence, mock-ups, and proofs are included, as well as some correspondence with the other editors of HOW(ever).

C) The Book Series subseries includes correspondence, publicity, reviews, and typescripts of books and chapbooks proposed for publication.

D) The Online Archive and How2 subseries consists of chronologically arranged correspondence concerning the formation of the online archive of HOW(ever) located at http://www.scc.rutgers.edu/however/ and the online journal How2 at located http://www.departments.bucknell.edu/stadler_center/how2/. Proofs of the online archive are also included.

E) The Correspondence subseries, arranged alphabetically, includes correspondence with HOW(ever) editors Carolyn Burke, Beverly Dahlen, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Susan Gervitz, Frances Jaffer, and Meredith Stricker.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS BY FRASER

The WRITINGS BY FRASER series is arranged in nine subseries: A) Collected Poetry - Published, B) Collected Poetry - Unpublished, C) Uncollected Poetry, D) Uncollected Prose, E) Collected Essays - Published, F) Collected Essays - Unpublished, G) Uncollected Essays, H) Translations, and I) Talks. Within each subseries, works are arranged in chronological order and included notes, drafts, correspondence, typescripts, proofs, production materials, publicity, and reviews of published materials, where appropriate. Almost all of Fraser's published collections of poetry are represented in the first subseries. Where possible, the publication places and dates of the uncollected poetry, prose and essays have been noted.

SERIES 4: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series is arranged in alphabetical order and is comprised of poetry, essays and talks by fellow poets and scholars in the form of typescripts and photocopies of published work. Featured are the works of Susan Gervitz, Meredith Stricker, Ann Vickery, and the members of the Women's Writing Group (1977-1982), Beverly Dahlen and Frances Jaffer.

SERIES 5: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series is arranged in five subseries: A) Tenure and Promotion, B) Letters of Recommendation, C) San Francisco State University, D) Poetry Center, and E) Miscellaneous Institutions.

A) The Tenure and Promotion subseries is related to Fraser's employment at San Francisco State University.

B) The Letters of Recommendation subseries relates to students and colleagues.

C) The San Francisco State University subseries contains material related to teaching poetry workshops and seminars. Included are notes, syllabi, essays, poetry, prose, and other resources intended for classes. Most extensive are the materials for her course entitled Modernist Women Writing and Poetry's Abstract Expressionism (the New York School).

D) The Poetry Center subseries is comprised of administrative materials related to Fraser's directorship (1972-1975), and features alphabetically arranged correspondence with poets Fraser invited to give readings at the Poetry Center. Prominent correspondents include John Ashbery, Ted Berrigan, Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Bly, Robert Duncan, Kenward Elmslie, Allen Ginsberg, Louis Ginsberg, Robert Gluck, Barbara Guest, Thom Gunn, Lyn Hejinian, Kenneth Koch, Stanley Kunitz, Denise Levertov, Audre Lorde, Carol Muske, Jerome Rothenberg, and Diane Wakoski.

D) Miscellaneous Institutions consists of Fraser's teaching materials for seminars at universities other than San Francisco State University.

SERIES 6: CONFERENCES

The CONFERENCES series is comprised of chronologically arranged materials associated with conferences where Fraser gave talks and readings from 1979 to 2000. Included are correspondence, notes, programs, and flyers.

SERIES 7: READING AND WORKSHOP FLYERS

The READING AND WORKSHOP FLYERS series contains chronologically arranged materials related to Fraser's readings and poetry workshops from 1974 to 2000. Included are correspondence and flyers.

SERIES 8: INTERVIEWS WITH/BY AND ARTICLES ON FRASER

The INTERVIEWS WITH/BY AND ARTICLES ON FRASER series features published and unpublished articles on Fraser from 1959 to 1998 arranged in alphabetical order by author. Of particular interest is Peter Quartermain's comprehensive biography of Fraser, with Fraser's annotations, for the DICTIONARY OF LITERARY BIOGRAPHY, Vol 169: AMERICAN POETS SINCE WORLD WAR II, FIFTH SERIES (1997).

SERIES 9: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series is alphabetically arranged by folder title.

SERIES 10: RECORDINGS

The RECORDINGS series is arranged in five subseries: A) Videocassettes, B) Reel-to-Reel Audiorecording, C) Cassette Audiorecordings - By Fraser, D) Cassette Audiorecordings - Interviews, and E) Cassette Audiorecordings - By Others. The first subseries includes correspondence, drafts and flyers for Fraser's WOMEN WORKING IN LITERATURE (1992) video anthology, as well as the videocassette. Cassette audiorecordings in the third, fourth and fifth series are arranged in chronological order. The third subseries spans the years 1977 to 1997. Both interviews by and interviews with Fraser appear in the fourth subseries. This subseries includes tapes of Fraser's conversations with Patricia Dienstfrey and C.D. Wright, which formed the basis of Fraser's essays on these poets published in POETRY FLASH.

Accession processed in 2007

The additions to the papers of poet Kathleen Fraser contain correspondence, administrative and production material related to the online publication of HOW2 literary journal, collected and uncollected writings, teaching and conference materials, interviews, and miscellaneous biographical materials. The papers are arranged in eight series: 11) CORRESPONDENCE, 12) HOW2 ONLINE JOURNAL MATERIALS, 13) WRITINGS BY FRASER, 14) TEACHING MATERIALS, 15) CONFERENCES, 16) INTERVIEWS WITH/BY FRASER AND ARTICLES ON FRASER, 17) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, and 18) AUDIORECORDINGS.

SERIES 11: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series, arranged alphabetically, consists of correspondence both to and from prominent poets and scholars. Noted correspondents include Charles Bernstein, Judy Chicago, Rachel Blau DuPlessis, Clayton Eshleman, Barbara Guest, Susan Howe, Bernadette Mayer, Ron Silliman, and Anne Waldman.

Correspondence related to the online publication HOW2 is located in the HOW2 ONLINE JOURNAL MATERIALS series.

SERIES 12: HOW2 ONLINE JOURNAL MATERIALS

The HOW2 ONLINE JOURNAL MATERIALS reflects editorial correspondence and production materials for the online poetry journal and archive HOW2. The series is arranged in two subseries: A) Correspondence and B) Production Materials.

A) The bulk of the Correspondence for the HOW2 journal is editorial and administrative. The folders are arranged by type of correspondence and also by correspondent, including editors Kate Fagan, Redell Olsen, Roberta Sims, and JoAnn Wasserman.

B) The Production Materials are arranged chronologically by publication date from March 1999 to August 2000. Materials include correspondence, notes, and typescripts for each issue.

SERIES 13: WRITINGS BY FRASER

The WRITINGS BY FRASER series is arranged in four subseries: A) Collected Poetry - Published, B) Uncollected Poetry and Prose, C) Translations, and D) Projects.

A) The Collected Poetry - Published subseries represents works published between 2000-2004. The Materials include typescript drafts, page proofs, mockups, and correspondence. Titles are arranged chronologically by publication date.

B) The Uncollected Poetry and Prose materials are manuscripts, drafts and notes of poetry and prose either published later in books or are unpublished. The titles are arranged alphabetically with miscellaneous materials at the end.

C) The Translation subseries contains an Italian translation of "Kathleen Fraser: poesie scelte" with Marina Camboni and interview with Kathleen Fraser.

D) The Projects files contain the "Letters to Young Poets" anthology and the NEW YIPES Reader poetry project event.

SERIES 14: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series contains material related to teaching poetry workshops and seminars for the California College of the Arts, New College Poetics Program and private instruction. The materials include syllabi and research materials.

SERIES 15: CONFERENCES

The CONFERENCES series, arranged alphabetically, is comprised of materials associated with conferences from 2000-2006, where Fraser was a speaker or reading poetry. Included are flyers, transcripts of talks, and notes.

SERIES 16: INTERVIEWS WITH/BY AND ARTICLES ON FRASER

The INTERVIEWS WITH/BY AND ARTICLES ON FRASER series features published and unpublished articles on Fraser from 1998-2005, arranged by title of article. A noted article includes IN HER WORDS: CONTEMPORARY WOMEN POETS (WORKS AND INTERVIEWS), an interview with Kathleen Fraser and Barbara Guest by Cynthia Hogue and Elizabeth Frost. The series is arranged alphabetically by title.

SERIES 17: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series is arranged alphabetically by folder title and contains biographical materials including, reading announcements, and book reviews.

SERIES 18: AUDIORECORDINGS

The AUDIORECORDINGS series contains two recordings: a performance piece titled "Mother Songs" with James and Dana Lentini and a radio interview with Jack Foley on KPFA.

Accession Processed in 2002

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1 1 13th MOON, 1974 - 1993.
1 2 A - Miscellaneous.
1 3 Aaron, Howard, 1972 - 1974.
1 4 Abbott, Steve. Regarding the anthology JOYS, 1979.
1 5 Adams, Maureen, 1991 - 1996.
1 6 Adams, Megan/Camille Roy, 1984 - 1993.
1 7 Adler, Janet, 1993 - 1995.
1 8 Adrian, Etel, 1988 - 2000.
1 9 Ahlgren, Calvin, 1970 - 1973.
1 10 Akers, Ellery, 1985 - 1988.
1 11 Alcosser, Sandra, 1976 - 1996.
1 12 AMERICAN POETRY REVIEW (David Bonanno), 1978 - 1992.
1 13 Anderson, Linda, 1988 - 1989.
1 14 Anderson, Maggie, 1977 - 1980.
1 15 Anderson, Sujenna, 1970 - 1992.
1 16 Andrews, Bruce, 1986 - 1996.
1 17 Angel, Ralph, 1979 - 1987.
1 18 ANTAEUS (David Halpern), 1975 - 1978.
1 19 Armantrout, Rae, 1979 - 1980.
1 20 AVEC (Cydney Chadwick), 1990 - 1993.
1 21 B - Miscellaneous.
1 22 Bacigalupo, Massimo, 1994 - 1998.
1 23 Bantam Books (Kathryn Ruby), 1972 - 1974. Correspondence regarding the anthology WOMEN: THE NEW VOICE (1975).
1 24 Basham, Kate, 1970 - 1987.
1 25 Bates, Milton, 1992.
1 26 Bell, Marvin, 1963.
1 27 Bellamy, Dodie, 1980 - 1997.
1 28 Benedikt, Michael, 1974 - 1985.
1 29 Benson, Steve, 1991 - 1995.
1 30 Benton, Bill, 1974 - 1991.
1 31 Benton, Janet, 1989 - 1996.
2 1 Berge, Carol, 1974 - 1994.
2 2 Bernstein, Charles, 1984 - 2000.
2 3 Berrigan, Ted, 1963 - 1965.
2 4 Berssenbrugge, Mei-Mei, 1980 - 1994.
2 5 Bettoja, Jo, 1991.
2 6 Bierman family, 1997. Letters to the Beirman boys: Manny, Leo, and Eli; sons of Ben and Allison and grandsons of Arthur K. or Arturo.
2 7 BLACK BOX (Elizabeth Brown), 1975 - 1978.
2 8 BLACK SPARROW PRESS (John Martin), 1970 - 1991.
2 9 Blaser, Robin, 1995 - 2000.
2 10 Bochner, Mel, 1987 - 1994.
2 11 Bonstock, Shari, 1989.
2 12 Bowen, Nancy, 1989 - 1994.
2 13 Bragdon, Paul, 1972. President of Reed College, ca. 1972.
2 14 Braverman, Melanie, 1990.
2 15 Brodine, Karen, 1987.
2 16 Bromige, David, 1972 - 1997. Contains correspondence sent to K.F. of ongoing argument between Leslie Scalapino and David Bromige.
2 17 Broner, Sari, 1992.
2 18 Brossard, Nicole, 1991.
2 19 Broughton, John, 1993.
2 20 Brown, Evangeline, 1984 - 1985.
2 21 Brown, Michael Dennis, 1971 - 1998.
2 22 Brown, Pete. Undated.
2 23 Bruce, Lennart, 1988 - 1990.
2 24 Bryan, Sharon, 1991 - 1994.
2 25 Burke, Carolyn, 1986 - 1999.
2 26 Butterick, George, 1986. Correspondence regarding proposed anthology of innovative writing by contemporary women (aborted after George got cancer and died).
2 27 Bye, Reed, 1996.
2 28 C - Miscellaneous.
2 29 Caddell, Rick, 1994.
3 1 Callahan, Eileen O'Malley, 1989 - 1998.
3 2 Camboni, Marina, 1988 - 1998.
3 3 Carter, Michelle, 1993 - 1996.
3 4 Ceravolo, Joseph, 1980.
3 5 Ceravolo, Rosemary, 1972.
3 6 Chaffee, Marta, 1993 - 1995.
3 7 Chamberlain, Lori, 1987.
3 8 CHELSEA (Barbara Guest), 1994.
3 9 Chernoff, Maxine and Paul Hoover, 1997 - 1998.
3 10 Chester, Laura, 1973 - 1994.
3 11 Clark, Tom, 1966 - 1998.
3 12 Clary, Killarney, 1979 - 1992.
3 13 Clausen, Jan, 1983.
3 14 Cole, Norma, 1985 - 1998.
3 15 Collecott, Diane, 1987 - 2000.
3 16 COLORADO REVIEW (Donald Revell), 1995 - 1996.
3 17 COMMON KNOWLEDGE (Robert Nelson), 1997 - 1998.
3 18 CONJUNCTIONS (Bradford Morrow), 1986 - 1995.
3 19 Conoley, Gillian, 1994 - 1996.
3 20 Coolidge, Clark, 1992.
3 21 Cooper, Jane, 1973 - 1982.
3 22 Corbett, Bill, 1993.
3 23 Corman, Cid, 1984.
3 24 Cox, Sarah Ann, 1995 - 1996.
3 25 Creedon, Michael, 1974 - 1982.
3 26 Creeley, Robert, 1972 - 1994.
3 27 Curtis Brown, Ltd. (Marilyn Marlow), 1973.
3 28 D - Miscellaneous.
3 29 Daerr, Alexa, 1995 - 1998.
3 30 Dahlen, Beverly, 1985 - 1996.
3 31 Davidson, Michael, 1983 - 1984.
3 32 Davis, Leslie, 1994.
3 33 Davis, Lydia, 1986 - 1996.
3 34 DeKoven, Marianne, 1987 - 1995.
3 35 Di Prima, Diane, 1995.
3 36 Dickeson, Steve, 1998.
3 37 Dickey, William. Undated.
3 38 Dienstfrey, Patricia, 1979 - 1999.
4 1 Dissanayake, Ellen, 1970 - 1999.
4 2 Doherty, Alexandria (Alix), 1973 - 1996.
4 3 Donahue, Joseph, 1992 - 1998.
4 4 Donnelley, Daide (Adelaide), 1985 - 1999.
4 5 Dorfman, Elsa, 1977 - 1995.
4 6 Doris, Stacy, 1990 - 1992.
4 7 Doubiago, Sharon, 1975.
4 8 Doubleday and Company, Inc. (Florence Howe and Ellen Bass), 1972 - 1973. Correspondence regarding the anthology NO MORE MASKS! (1973).
4 9 Doyle, Sally, 1990 - 1995.
4 10 Drucker, Johanna, 1991.
4 11 Duffy, Bruce, 1988.
4 12 Duncan, Robert, 1961.
4 13 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1980 - 1986.
4 14 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1987 - 1989.
5 1 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1990 - 2000.
5 2 Dydo, Ulla, 1989 - 1998.
5 3 E - Miscellaneous.
5 4 Edwards, Ken, 1994 - 1995.
5 5 Edwards, Mary Ellen (A.K.A. Mary Ellen McTamaney), 1984 - 1998.
5 6 Effros, Susan, 1973 - 1974.
5 7 Ehret, Terry, 1988 - 1997.
5 8 Einzig, Barbara, 1983 - 1994.
5 9 Elmslie, Kenward, 1975 - 1995.
5 10 EM Press Group, 1992 - 1994.
5 11 Enslin, Ted, 1962.
5 12 Equi, Elaine, 1997 - 1998.
5 13 Eshleman, Clayton, 1983 - 1999.
5 14 Essman, Eric, 1996 - 1997.
5 15 F - Miscellaneous.
5 16 FEMINIST STUDIES (Claire Moses), 1980 - 1983.
5 17 Ferlinghetti, Lawrence, 1993 - 1994.
5 18 Field, Edward. Undated.
5 19 Figures (Geoff Young), 1988 - 1993.
5 20 Five Finger Press (John High), 1990 - 1994.
5 21 Flynn, Nancy, 1974 - 1993.
5 22 Foley, Jack, 1993 - 1994.
5 23 Ford, Hermine, 1977 - 1997.
6 1 Foster, Paul. Undated.
6 2 Fox, Denise (Lawson), 1996 - 1999.
6 3 Fried, Ricki, 1973 - 1994.
6 4 Friedman, Ellen, 1987 - 1989.
6 5 Friedman, Susan Stanford, 1992.
6 6 FRONTIERS, 1988 - 1989.
6 7 Frost, Elizabeth, 1992 - 1994.
6 8 Frym, Gloria, 1974 - 1993.
6 9 Fund for Poetry, 1988.
6 10 G - Miscellaneous.
6 11 Gander, Forrest, 1990 - 1996.
6 12 Gangel, Sue, 1978 - 1998.
6 13 Gardiner, Leonard, 1972.
6 14 Garrett-Currier, Charlotte, 1986 - 1987.
6 15 Gavronsky, Serge, 1982 - 1984.
6 16 Gervitz, Susan, 1985 - 1987.
6 17 Gervitz, Susan, 1988 - 1989.
6 18 Gervitz, Susan, 1990 - 1993.
6 19 Gervitz, Susan, 1994 - 1999.
6 20 Gilbert, Celia, 1984 - 1991.
6 21 Gilmartin, Stephen, 1984 - 1992.
6 22 Gizzi, Michael, 1992.
7 1 Gluck, Bob, 1981 - 1997.
7 2 Going, Dale, 1990 - 1999.
7 3 Golding, Alan, 1993.
7 4 Goldoni, Annalisa, 1982 - 1999.
7 5 Grahm, Jorie. Undated.
7 6 Gregory, Ellen, 1998 - 1999.
7 7 Grenier, Bob, 1988.
7 8 Grim, Jessica, 1989 - 1991.
7 9 Guest, Barbara, 1964 - 2000.
7 10 Guggenheim Fellowship, 1980.
7 11 H - Miscellaneous.
7 12 Hadas, Rachel, 1988.
7 13 Hall, Donald, 1978.
7 14 Halprin, Ann, 1974.
7 15 Hamilton, David, 1985 - 1987.
7 16 Hammond, Karla, 1978.
7 17 Hampl, Patricia, 1972 - 1988.
7 18 Hannan, Mark, 1989 - 1993.
7 19 Hanson, Kenneth, 1995.
7 20 Harcourt Brace and Jovanovich, 1972 - 1983. Correspondence regarding the anthologies STARTING WITH POETRY with Sidney Zimmerman, and GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS (1983) with Philip Dow.
7 21 Harper and Row Publishers, Inc., 1976 - 1984.
7 22 Harper, Michael, 1972.
7 23 Harryman, Carla, 1983 - 1992.
7 24 Hass, Robert, 1973.
7 25 Hatlen, Burton, 1996 - 1997.
7 26 Hawkins, Bobbie Louise, 1991.
7 27 Hayden, Mary Ann, 1991 - 1996.
8 1 Hejinian, Lyn, 1975 - 2000.
8 2 Henderson, Bill, 1993 - 1996.
8 3 Hickman, Leland, 1988 - 1989.
8 4 Hillman, Brenda, 1985 - 1999.
8 5 Hitchcock, George, 1971 - 1996.
8 6 Hogan, Desmond, 1963 - 1997.
8 7 Hogue, Cynthia, 1995 - 1996.
8 8 Hogue, Cynthia, 1997 - 1999.
8 9 Hollenberg, Donna, 1996.
8 10 Homans, Margaret, 1983.
8 11 Hooven, Coille, 1993 - 1998.
8 12 Howard, Richard. Undated.
8 13 Howe, Fanny, 1982 - 1998.
8 14 Howe, Susan, 1977 - 1993.
8 15 Human Sciences Press, 1979. Regarding the journal DREAMWORKS.
8 16 HUNGRY MIND REVIEW (Bart Schneider, editor), 1993 - 1994.
8 17 I - Miscellaneous.
8 18 Iliesca, Sandra.
8 19 IOWA REVIEW, 1981 - 1996.
8 20 IRONWOOD (Michael Cuddihy), 1973 - 1988.
8 21 J - Miscellaneous.
8 22 Jacobus, Mary, 1985 - 1987.
8 23 Jaffe, Sherril, 1973.
8 24 Jaffer, Frances, 1974 - 1998.
9 1 Jenkins, Edith, 1981 - 1995.
9 2 Johnson, Ronald, 1984 - 1991.
9 3 Johnson-Bickford, Laura, 1984.
9 4 Juhasz, Suzanne, 1975 - 1984.
9 5 K - Miscellaneous.
9 6 Kaplan, Alan, 1971 - 1992.
9 7 Keller, Lynn, 1992 - 2000.
9 8 Keller, Madeleine, 1988.
9 9 Kelly, Robert, 1961 - 1963.
9 10 Kelsey St. Press, 1990 - 1999. Correspondence with Rena Rosenwasser and Patricia Dienstfrey, minutes for meeting of the advisory board, to which Fraser is a member.
9 11 Kennedy, David, 1969 - 1978.
9 12 Kherdian, David, 1976 - 1977.
9 13 Killian, Kevin, 1994 - 1999.
9 14 Kim, Myung Mi, 1987 - 1993.
9 15 King, Susan, 1986 - 1991.
9 16 Kinnahan, Linda, 1997 - 2000.
9 17 Kinnell, Galway, 1971.
9 18 Kirkpatrick, Patricia, 1976 - 1995.
9 19 Koch, Kenneth, 1974.
9 20 Koch, Stephen and Sidney, 1971 - 1993.
9 21 Koestenbaum, Wayne, 1994.
9 22 Kohn, Vicky, 1993.
9 23 Kolodny, Annette, 1977 - 1987.
9 24 Koolish, Lynda, 1977 - 1986.
9 25 Kowit, Stephen, 1982 - 1990.
9 26 Krauss, Ruth, 1984.
9 27 Kray, Betty, 1970.
9 28 Krusoe, Jim, 1985 - 1988.
9 29 Kush, 1988.
9 30 L - Miscellaneous.
9 31 La Polla, Franco, 1984 - 1997.
9 32 Lance, Jeanne, 1983 - 1989.
9 33 Lafia, Collette, 1985.
9 34 Lesniak, Rose, 1975 - 1976.
9 35 Lauterbach, Ann, 1992 - 1994.
10 1 Lawrence, Lisa, 1982 - 1997.
10 2 Lazer, Hank, 1994 - 1999.
10 3 Lease, Joseph, 1993.
10 4 Lederman, Stephanie Brody, 1980 - 1998.
10 5 Leider, Emily, 1987 - 1998.
10 6 Lentini, James, 1997.
10 7 Levertov, Denise, 1973 - 1975.
10 8 Lewis, Joel, 1989 - 1994.
10 9 Lish, Gordon, 1979.
10 10 LO (Lindy Hough), 1973.
10 11 Lowe, Pelle, 1996.
10 12 Lowitz, Leza, 1992 - 1997.
10 13 Lubeski, Lori, 1985 - 1999.
10 14 Lucas, Burke (R.B.), 1990 - 1995.
10 15 Luria-Sukenick, Lynn, 1972 - 1995.
10 16 M - Miscellaneous.
10 17 MacAdams, Lewis. Undated.
10 18 Mackey, Nate, 1991.
10 19 Magee, Kevin, 1992 - 1995.
10 20 Mandel, Tom, 1990 - 1996.
10 21 Maraini, Toni, 1985 - 1991.
10 22 Marlott, Daphne, 1984 - 1994.
10 23 Marron, John, 1973 - 2000.
10 24 Martin, Stephen Paul, 1989 - 1997.
10 25 Martin, Valerie, 1995 - 1999.
10 26 Mathews, Harry, 1991.
10 27 Mathews, Lou, 1978 - 1996.
10 28 Mattingly, George, 1974.
10 29 McCullough, Fran, 1992 - 1998.
10 30 McDowell, Jennifer, 1976 - 1977.
10 31 McGrath, Connell, 1990 - 1991.
11 1 McHale, Brian, 1996 - 1997.
11 2 McHugh, Heather, 1990 - 1993.
11 3 McNoughton, Duncan, 1994 - 2000.
11 4 M/E/A/N/I/N/G (Susan Bee), 1987 - 1994.
11 5 Mellen, Joan, 1989 - 1992.
11 6 Middlebrook, Diane, 1994.
11 7 Middleton, Peter, 1993.
11 8 Miles, Josephine, 1975.
11 9 Miller, Jane, 1983 - 1996.
11 10 Minh-Ha, Trinh T, 1990.
11 11 Mockel-Rieke, Hannah, 1989 - 1996.
11 12 Moore, James, 1982 - 1996.
11 13 Moore, Richard (Dick), 1992.
11 14 Morbiducci, Morina, 1991 - 1999.
11 15 Moriarty, Laura, 1995.
11 16 Morris, Adelaide, 1981 - 1995.
11 17 Moxley, Jennifer, 1997.
11 18 Mulford, Wendy, 1989 - 1993.
11 19 Mullen, Laura, 1996.
11 20 Mullins, Brighde (A.K.A. Bridgett), 1996.
11 21 Murray, Aife, 1991 - 1996.
11 22 Muske, Carol, 1971 - 1994.
11 23 N - Miscellaneous.
11 24 National Endowment for the Arts, 1970. Correspondence regarding an award.
11 25 Naropa Institute. Summer Writing Program (Max Regan, director), 1995 - 1996.
11 26 NEW YORKER (Howard Moss), 1976 - 1979.
11 27 Ngai, Sianne, 1992 - 1994.
11 28 Niccolai, Guilia, 1984 - 1989.
11 29 Niedecker, Lorine (copy of letter to Ezra Pound), 1934.
11 30 Nin, Anais, 1972 - 1973.
11 31 Norton, Camille, 1996 - 1999.
11 32 Norton, Linda, 1995.
11 33 Nowak, Mark, 1990 - 1997.
11 34 O - Miscellaneous.
11 35 OBLEK (Peter Gizzi), 1988 - 1994.
11 36 O'Brien, Geoffrey, 1987 - 1994.
11 37 Ogden, Katherine, 1989 - 1999.
11 38 O'Hara, Frank, 1964.
11 39 Oppen, George, 1965 - 1984.
11 40 Osman, Jena, 1992.
11 41 Ostriker, Alicia, 1980 - 1988.
11 42 O'Sullivan, Maggie, 1995.
11 43 Overmyer, Eric, 1973 - 1992.
11 44 Owen, Maureen, 1983 - 1991.
12 1 P - Miscellaneous.
12 2 PAGES (Robert Sheppard, editor). Undated.
12 3 Palmer, Michael, 1984 - 1995.
12 4 Parker, Steve, 1973 - 1978.
12 5 PARNASSUS - POETRY IN REVIEW (Herb Leibowity), 1985 - 1998.
12 6 PARTISAN REVIEW (John Ashbery, editor), 1978.
12 7 Penberthy, Jenny, 1987 - 1998.
12 8 Paradigm Press (Gale Nelson), 1990 - 1992.
12 9 Perelman, Bob, 1991 - 1999.
12 10 Perloff, Marjorie, 1979 - 2000.
12 11 Phillips, Dennis, 1987 - 1998.
12 12 Phillips, Frances, 1985 - 1993.
12 13 Piekarski, Thomas, 1977.
12 14 Piombino, Nick, 1993.
12 15 PLOUGHSHARES (Marilyn Hacker), 1984 - 1989.
12 16 Poetry Center and American Poetry Archives, 1987 - 1995.
12 17 POETRY FLASH (Joyce Jenkins, editor), 1993 - 1998.
12 18 Poetry Project (Ron Padgett), 1977 - 1994.
12 19 Potes and Poets Press, Inc. (Peter Ganick), 1990 - 1991.
12 20 Powell, Jim, 1994.
12 21 Prado, Holly, 1984 - 1995.
12 22 Pratl, Carol, 1986 - 1989.
12 23 Presley, Frances, 1996.
12 24 PRIMARY WRITING (Phyllis Rosenzwieg), 1995 - 1997.
12 25 Pritchette, Patrick, 1996 - 1998.
12 26 Q - Miscellaneous.
12 27 Quartermain, Peter and Meredith, 1989 - 1995.
12 28 Quartermain, Peter and Meredith, 1996 - 1999.
13 1 Quaytman, Rebecca, 1993 - 1995.
13 2 Quinn, Alice, 1985 - 1987.
13 3 R - Miscellaneous.
13 4 RADDLE MOON, 1989 - 1995.
13 5 Randall, Margaret, 1984 - 1986.
13 6 Ratcliffe, Stephen. Undated.
13 7 Ray, Ruth, 1971 - 1974.
13 8 Rea, Steven, 1974 - 1975.
13 9 Reisz, Julia, 1985 - 1997.
13 10 RESURGENT: NEW WRITING BY WOMEN (Lou Robinson), 1990 - 1991.
13 11 Retallack, Joan, 1991 - 1992.
13 12 Rich, Adrienne, 1963 - 1992.
13 13 Riding, Laura (A.K.A. Laura Riding Jackson), 1984. Includes letters from Theodore Wilente.
13 14 Rivera, Elena, 1992 - 1995.
13 15 Robbins, Corin, 1991.
13 16 Robinson, Elizabeth, 1989.
13 17 Robles, Jaime, 1988 - 1991.
13 18 Rodefer, Stephen, 1982 - 1985.
13 19 Rohrs, Sarah, 1995 - 1996.
13 20 Rosenwasser, Rena, 1984 - 1995.
13 21 Roth, Martha, 1990.
13 22 Rothenberg, Jerome, 1992.
13 23 Russo, Linda, 1997 - 1998.
13 24 S - Miscellaneous.
13 25 Sadoff, Ira, 1976 - 1984.
13 26 Saloy, Mona Lisa, 1985 - 1989.
13 27 Salter, James, 1976 - 1990.
13 28 San Francisco State University, 1989 - 1995.
13 29 Savren, Shelley, 1976.
13 30 Scalapino, Leslie, 1979 - 1997.
13 31 Schor, Mira, 1987 - 1993.
13 32 Schultz, Kathy, 1994 - 1997.
13 33 Schwerner, Armand, 1975 - 1984.
13 34 Scott, Gail, 1993 - 1994.
13 35 Scully, Maurice, 1996.
13 36 Sears, Peter, 1973 - 1999.
13 37 Seed, John, 1994.
14 1 Seymour, Diane, 1984 - 1985.
14 2 Sherry, James, 1991.
14 3 Sherwin, Judy, 1979.
14 4 Shima, Alan, 1986 - 1994.
14 5 Silliman, Ron, 1982 - 1995.
14 6 Silverberg, Lenny, 1985.
14 7 Simic, Charles, 1974 - 1988.
14 8 Simon and Schuster (Laura Chester, editor), 1971 - 1973. Correspondence regarding the anthology RISING TIDES (1973),
14 9 Simone, Carol, 1978.
14 10 Simpson, Megan, 1991 - 1993.
14 11 Skolnick, Irene, 1965 - 1996. Close NYC friend since early 1960s at MADEMOISELLE. Later became literary agent.
14 12 Sloan, Mary Margaret, 1988 - 1995.
14 13 Sloan, Mary Margaret, 1996 - 1999.
14 14 Smith, Martha Nell, 1986 - 1987.
14 15 Snow, Carol, 1996.
14 16 Soucie, Lily Iona, 1993 - 1995.
14 17 Spahr, Juliana, 1992 - 1995.
14 18 Spero, Nancy, 1988 - 2000.
14 19 Spivack, Kathleen, 1982 - 1985.
14 20 Stafford, William, 1971.
14 21 Starbuck, George, 1973 - 1976.
14 22 Stimpson, Kate (Catherine R. Stimpson), 1986 - 1987.
14 23 Stolloff, Carolyn, 1993 - 1995.
14 24 Stowell, Phyllis, 1988 - 1998.
14 25 Stricker, Meredith, 1989 - 2000.
14 26 Sullivan, Gary. Undated.
14 27 Sun and Moon Press (Douglas Messerli), 1992 - 1996.
14 28 T - Miscellaneous.
15 1 Talisman House Publishers (Ed Foster), 1989 - 1998.
15 2 Tamminan, Suzanne, 1998.
15 3 Tate, Trudi, 1983.
15 4 Testa, Wanda, 1988 - 1993.
15 5 Thomas, Heather, 1992 - 1996.
15 6 Thornton, Louise, 1984 - 1986.
15 7 Treadwell, Elizabeth, 1997.
15 8 Tremblay-McGaw, Robin, 1994 - 1997.
15 9 Trent, Luke, 1995 - 1996.
15 10 Tuma, Keith (A.K.A. Maeera Shrieber?), 1993 - 1995.
15 11 Turner, Alberta, 1977 - 1978.
15 12 Tysh, Chris, 1988.
15 13 TYUONYI (Phillip Foss), 1986 - 1988.
15 14 U - Miscellaneous.
15 15 Ugouni, Jo Ann and Don Cushman, 1986 - 1999.
15 16 University of Illinois Press (Charlotte Mac Donald), 1971 - 1972. Correspondence regarding the anthology AMERICAN WOMEN POETS - COLONIAL TO CONTEMPORARY.
15 17 University of Iowa (Connie Brothers), 1981 - 1984.
15 18 V - Miscellaneous.
15 19 Vaeth, Kim, 1984 - 1994.
15 20 Valentine, Jean, 1998.
15 21 Vas Dias, Robert, 1982.
15 22 Villet, Susan, 1970 - 1984.
15 23 W - Miscellaneous.
15 24 W.W. Norton and Company, 1994 - 1996. Correspondence regarding the anthology MOTHERS SONGS.
15 25 Wakowski, Diane, 1962 - 1974.
15 26 Waldman, Anne, 1974 - 1994.
15 27 Waldrop, Rosmarie, 1988.
15 28 Walsh, Charlie, 1975 - 1998.
15 29 Watanabe, Momoko, 1989 - 1997.
15 30 Watershed Foundation (Anne Becker), 1985 - 1990.
15 31 Webb, Phyllis, 1986.
15 32 Weiner, Hannah, 1989.
15 33 Weiner, Sandy, 1973 - 1974.
15 34 Weiners, John, 1975. Handwritten introductory remarks he wrote and presented at the S.F. Museum of Art as a part of his reading with Creeley on Fraser's Poetry Center Series. Written on Fraser's dining room table November 1975 in S.F.. Also included is the beginning of a description of a visit to Fraser during this time.
15 35 Weingarten, Roger, 1970.
15 36 Weinstein, Norm, 1984 - 1987.
16 1 Weir, Virginia, 1984 - 1986.
16 2 Welish, Marjorie, 1984 - 1994.
16 3 Weltner, Peter, 1987 - 1998.
16 4 Wessner, Laura, 1976 - 1986.
16 5 Wheelock, John Hall, 1967.
16 6 Whitney, Stanley, 1994 - 1995.
16 7 Wilcox, Michael, 1995.
16 8 Wilentz, Ted, 1985.
16 9 Will, Fred, 1972 - 1973.
16 10 Willis, Elizabeth (Liz), 1991 - 1997.
16 11 WOMAN POET (Elaine Dallman), 1978 - 1987.
16 12 Woodruff, Cheryl, 1972 - 1995.
16 13 Wright, C.D., 1986 - 1994.
16 14 Y - Miscellaneous.
16 15 Z - Miscellaneous.
16 16 Zoland Books, 1994 - 1996.
16 17 Unidentified correspondents, A - E.
16 18 Unidentified correspondents, G - L.
16 19 Unidentified correspondents, M - R.
16 20 Unidentified correspondents, S - Z.

HOW(EVER) MATERIALS

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17 1 Correspondence and notes regarding submissions rejected from HOW(EVER), 1984 - 1985.
17 2 Correspondence and notes regarding submissions rejected from HOW(EVER), 1986 - 1989.
17 3 Correspondence regarding subscriptions, submissions, and fund-raising, 1983 - 1990.
17 4 Distribution materials. Undated.
17 5 Freebie lists and miscellaneous subscription materials. Undated.
17 6 Finances, 1983 - 1989. Receipts and bills from George Mattingly.
17 7 Finances, 1990 - 1992.
18 1 Grant applications, 1983 - 1989.
18 2 Index of contributors, 1983 - 1989.
18 3 Mailing lists, 1983 - 1985. Undated material enclosed as well.
18 4 Mailing lists, 1986 - 1987.
18 5 Mailing lists, 1989 - 1992.
18 6 Miscellaneous material regarding potential editorial content and contributions. Undated.
18 7 Notes, correspondence and publicity regarding public events concerned with HOW(EVER), 1987.
18 8 Photos of editors. Undated.
18 9 Publicity materials and reviews of HOW(EVER), 1983 - 1990.
18 10 Quotes considered for back page of HOW(EVER). Undated.
18 11 Receipts for bookstores taking HOW(EVER) on consignment. Undated.
18 12 Sources for editors notes and postcards. Undated.
18 13 Unused submissions for HOW(EVER). Undated.

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18 14 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. I (May 1983) - Notes, drafts and correspondence, 1982 - 1983.
18 15 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. I (May 1983) - Typescript and mock-ups, 1983.
19 1 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. 2 (Oct. 1983) - Notes, drafts, submissions and correspondence, 1983.
19 2 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. 2 (Oct. 1983) - Typescript and proofs, 1983.
19 3 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. 3 (Oct. 1983) - Notes, drafts and submissions, 1983.
19 4 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. 3 (Oct. 1983) - Typescript and proofs, 1983.
19 5 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. 4 (May 1984) - Notes, drafts, submissions and correspondence, 1984.
19 6 HOW(EVER) Vol. I, No. 4 (May 1984) - Proofs, 1984.
19 7 HOW(EVER) Vol. II, No. 1 (Nov. 1984) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1984.
19 8 HOW(EVER) Vol. II, No. 2 (Feb. 1985) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1985.
19 9 HOW(EVER) Vol. II, No. 2 (Feb. 1985) - Proofs, 1985.
19 10 HOW(EVER) Vol. II, No. 3 (May 1985) - Notes, drafts, submissions and correspondence, 1985.
19 11 HOW(EVER) Vol. II, No. 3 (May 1985) - Typescript and proofs, 1985.
20 1 HOW(EVER) Vol. II, No. 4 (Nov. 1985) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1985.
20 2 HOW(EVER) Vol. II, No. 4 (Nov. 1985) - Proof, 1985.
20 3 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 1 (Jan. 1986) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1986.
20 4 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 1 (Jan. 1986) - Mock-up and proof, 1986.
20 5 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 2 (April 1986) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1985 - 1986.
20 6 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 2 (April 1986) - Mock-up and proofs, 1986.
20 7 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 3 (Oct. 1986) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1985 - 1986.
20 8 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 3 (Oct. 1986) - Typescript, proof and final copies, 1986.
20 9 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 4 (Jan. 1987) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1986.
20 10 HOW(EVER) Vol. III, No. 4 (Jan. 1987) - Typescript, mock-up and proofs, 1987.
20 11 HOW(EVER) Vol. IV, No. 1 (April 1987) - Notes, submissions and correspondence, 1986 - 1987.
20 12 HOW(EVER) Vol. IV, No. 2 (Oct. 1987) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1986 - 1987.
21 1 HOW(EVER) Vol. IV, No. 3 (Jan. 1988) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1986 - 1987.
21 2 HOW(EVER) Vol. IV, No. 3 (Jan. 1988) - Proofs, 1988.
21 3 HOW(EVER) Vol. IV, No. 4 (April 1988) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1988.
21 4 HOW(EVER) Vol. IV, No. 4 (April 1988) - Mock-ups and proofs, 1988.
21 5 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 1 (Oct. 1988) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1987 - 1988.
21 6 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 1 (Oct. 1988) - Mock-up and proof, 1988.
21 7 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 2 (Jan. 1989) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1987 - 1989.
21 8 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 2 (Jan. 1989) - Mock-up and proofs, 1989.
21 9 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 3 (April 1989) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1987 - 1989.
21 10 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 3 (April 1989) - Proofs, 1989.
21 11 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 4 (Oct. 1989) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1989.
22 1 HOW(EVER) Vol. V, No. 4 (Oct. 1989) - Mock-ups and proofs, 1989.
22 2 HOW(EVER) Vol. VI, No. 1-3 (1990-1991) - Correspondence with guest editor Meredith Stricker, 1989 - 1991.
22 3 HOW(EVER) Vol. VI, No. 4 (Jan. 1992) - Notes, drafts, submissions, and correspondence, 1991 - 1992.
22 4 HOW(EVER) Vol. VI, No. 4 (Jan. 1992) - Artwork and photographs, 1992.
22 5 HOW(EVER) Vol. VI, No. 4 (Jan. 1992) - Mock-up and proofs, 1992.

Book Series

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22 6 Fraser, Kathleen. HOW(EVER) Anthology - Correspondence with Sue Roe (editor at Rutlidge), 1989.
22 7 Fraser, Kathleen. NEW POETRY BY AMERICAN WOMEN: SERIES 1, 1989 - 1990. Correspondence with Sam Francis, Lapis Press and potential contributors.
22 8 Fraser, Kathleen. NEW POETRY BY AMERICAN WOMEN: SERIES 1, 1989. Submissions and correspondence from Marjorie Welish, Maureen Owen and Niyung Mi-Kim.
22 9 Jaffer, Frances. ALTERNATE ENDINGS (1985) - Typescript, 1985.
22 10 Jaffer, Frances. ALTERNATE ENDINGS (1985) - Correspondence, publicity and reviews, 1985.

Online Archive and HOW2

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22 11 HOW(EVER) - Correspondence regarding HOW(EVER) archive and HOW(2) online journal, 1997 - 1998.
23 1 HOW(EVER) - Correspondence regarding HOW(EVER) archive and HOW(2) online journal, 1998 - 1999.
23 2 HOW(EVER) - Proofs of online archive of HOW(EVER) with Fraser's annotations. Undated.

Correspondence

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23 3 Burke, Carolyn, 1983 - 1987.
23 4 Blumenreich, Julia, 1986 - 1989.
23 5 Brossard, Nicole, 1985.
23 6 Campbell, Marsha, 1983 - 1987.
23 7 Dahlen, Beverly, 1983 - 1987.
23 8 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau, 1983 - 1989.
23 9 Einzig, Barbara, 1985.
23 10 Gervitz, Susan, 1987 - 1989.
23 11 Guest, Barbara, 1984.
23 12 Howe, Fanny, 1984.
23 13 Howe, Susan, 1989.
23 14 Jaffer, Frances, 1983 - 1989.
23 15 Johnson, Honor, 1984.
23 16 Marlatt, Daphne, 1983 - 1984.
23 17 Rosenwasser, Rena, 1985 - 1986.
23 18 Segue Distribution, 1983 - 1984.
23 19 Strickler, Meredith, 1989 - 1990.
23 20 Tysh, Chris, 1989.
23 21 A - F - Miscellaneous.
23 22 G - M - Miscellaneous.
24 1 N - Z - Miscellaneous.
24 2 Unidentified correspondents.

WRITINGS BY FRASER

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Collected Poetry - Published

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24 3 CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966) - Correspondence with George Hitchcock (editor), 1965 - 1966.
24 4 CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966) - Correspondence, 1966 - 1971.
24 5 CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966) - "On the Camargue", 1966. Also published in GLAMOUR, Sept. 1967.
24 6 CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966) - "The Gift", 1961.
24 7 CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966) - "The Warning: Blues #4", 1963.
24 8 CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966) - "Reaching Out Poem", 1966. Also published in MADEMOISELLE, May 1966.
24 9 CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966) - Proof, 1966.
24 10 STILTS, SOMERSAULTS AND HEADSTANDS (1968) - Correspondence, 1968 - 1991.
24 11 STILTS, SUMERSAULTS AND HEADSTANDS (1968) - Correspondence, 1992 - 2000.
24 12 STILTS, SUMERSAULTS AND HEADSTANDS (1968) - Contract, royalty statements and permission request forms, 1968 - 1992.
24 13 STILTS, SUMERSAULTS AND HEADSTANDS (1968) - Partial typescripts, 1968.
24 14 IN DEFIANCE OF THE RAINS (1969) - Correspondence, 1992 - 1998.
24 15 IN DEFIANCE OF THE RAINS (1969) - Illustrations, 1969.
24 16 LITTLE NOTES TO YOU, FROM LUCAS STREET (1971) - "Little Notes to You, From Lucas Street", 1970.
24 17 LITTLE NOTES TO YOU, FROM LUCAS STREET (1971) - "Sensing the Presence of Butterfly", 1970 - 1971. Also published in AMERICAN POETS - COLONIAL TO CONTEMPORARY (University of Illinois Press).
24 18 LITTLE NOTES TO YOU, FROM LUCAS STREET (1971). Typescript, mock-ups and correspondence with Bonnie Pratt O'Connell (editor, Penumbra Press).
24 19 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Correspondence, 1971 - 1974.
24 20 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Correspondence, 1984 - 1998.
24 21 WHAT I WANT (1974) - "Seven Uneasy Songs" : "What I Want," "To Start," "Amid Mothers," "Growing Up", 1973.
24 22 WHAT I WANT (1974) - "Afterbirth", 1972.
24 23 WHAT I WANT (1974) - "Detail", 1973.
25 1 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Typescript.
25 2 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Photocopy of typescript.
25 3 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Typescript with printer's notes.
25 4 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Proof - Master set, first pass.
25 5 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Proof - Master set, second press.
25 6 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Proof - Master set, third press.
25 7 WHAT I WANT (1974) - Review, 1974.
25 8 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - Correspondence with Lyn Hejinian (editor, Tuumba Press), 1976 - 1977.
25 9 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "La Vie Secrete IV/The Secret Life", 1974.
25 10 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "L'Assassin Menace/The Assassin Menaces", 1977.
25 11 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "La Baigreuse du Clair au Sombre/Bather between Light and Darkness".
25 12 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "L'Invention Collective/Collective Invention", 1975.
25 13 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "Les Valeurs Personnelles/Personal Values", 1975.
25 14 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "Les Jours Gigantesques/The Titanic Days", 1975. Also published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS, 1983.
25 15 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "La Reproduction Interdite/Not to Be Reproduced", 1976. Also published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS, 1983.
25 16 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "La Reproduction Interdite/Not to Be Reproduced", 1977. Draft of essay on this poem called "The Dream Remembers the Poem."
25 17 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "L'Eloge de la Dialectique/In Praise of Dialectic", 1976.
25 18 MAGRITTE SERIES (1977) - "La Revolution/ The Revolution", 1976.
25 19 NEW SHOES (1978) - Correspondence with Frances McCullough (editor, Harper and Row Publishers), 1975 - 1979.
26 1 NEW SHOES (1978) - Correspondence, 1972 - 1994.
26 2 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Nuts and Bolts Poem for Mr. Mac Adams, Sr.". Also published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS, 1983.
26 3 NEW SHOES (1978) - "One of the Chapters", 1974.
26 4 NEW SHOES (1978) - "The Stranger". Published again in HARVARD MAGAZINE, May-June 1978. Also published in THIS IS WOMEN'S WORK: AN ANTHOLOGY OF PROSE AND POETRY, 1974. Published copy appears in "Improvisation of Lines by Spicer #2" folder.
26 5 NEW SHOES (1978) - "The Fault", 1972. Published in THIS IS WOMEN'S WORLD: AN ANTHOLOGY OF PROSE AND POETRY, 1974. Published copy appears in "Improvisations on Lines by Spicer #2" folder.
26 6 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Hit-and-Run", 1974 - 1977.
26 7 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Coincidental", 1973.
26 8 NEW SHOES (1978) - "New Shoes", 1976.
26 9 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Flowers", 1976. Published in CONTEMPORARY WOMEN POETS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA POETS, 1977. Published copy in "Moving Towards You" file.
26 10 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Something Keeps Glistening", 1975.
26 11 NEW SHOES (1978) - "In the Dark, A Chamelean", 1976.
26 12 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Without Voice, What She Witnessed", 1975.
26 13 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Notes to Lyn, Shimmin Ridge, Two Years Later", 1976.
26 14 NEW SHOES (1978) - "4 a.m.", 1976.
26 15 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Special Handlings", 1976.
26 16 NEW SHOES (1978) - "The Know", 1977.
26 17 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Flood", 1976.
26 18 NEW SHOES (1978) - "The Story of Emma Slide", 1973 - 1974.
26 19 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Locations", 1976. Published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS, 1983.
26 20 NEW SHOES (1978) - "The Recognition", 1976.
26 21 NEW SHOES (1978) - "The Journey", 1976.
26 22 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Dear Laura, in December", 1977.
26 23 NEW SHOES (1978) - "As In, a Man After My Own Heart", 1977.
26 24 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Gabionade", 1977.
26 25 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Because You Aren't Here to Be What I Can't Think Of", 1977.
26 26 NEW SHOES (1978) - "Now That the Subjunctive is Dying", 1977.
26 27 NEW SHOES (1978) - Typescript.
26 28 NEW SHOES (1978) - Typescript with printer's marks.
26 29 NEW SHOES (1978) - Proof with printer's marks.
26 30 NEW SHOES (1978) - Proof with Fraser's annotations.
26 31 NEW SHOES (1978) - Promotional materials.
26 32 NEW SHOES (1978) - Production materials.
26 33 NEW SHOES (1978) - Final proof.
26 34 NEW SHOES (1978) - Reviews.
26 35 NEW SHOES (1978) - Miscellaneous materials.
27 1 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - Correspondence and notes, 1979 - 1980.
27 2 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "This Notes New Year", 1978. Also published in SOUP.
27 3 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Lily, Lois and Flaubert: the Site of Loss", 1977 - 1979. Includes correspondence with editor of THE NEW YORKER and drafts. Also published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS, 1983.
27 4 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "The Decision", 1978. Published in MORE ROOMS: A WOMAN'S LITERARY JOURNAL, undated. Published copy appears in "Regina, After and Before" folder. Includes correspondence with editor of THE NEW YORKER, 1978-1979.
27 5 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Green and Blue Piece", 1979.
27 6 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Lena Pergola", 1979.
27 7 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Talking to Myself Talking to You", 1978. Also published in FEMINIST STUDIES, Vol. 7, No. 2 (Summer 1981).
27 8 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Side Drawer", 1979.
27 9 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Fried. Lily", 1979.
27 10 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Discrete Pitches", 1978.
27 11 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Piling Up About to Pour Over", 1979.
27 12 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Somebody Who is Hooked on the Color Red", 1978 - 1979. Also published in SOUP.
27 13 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - "Notes re: Echo".
27 14 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - Proof with Fraser's annotations.
27 15 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - Final proof.
27 16 EACH NEXT NARRATIVE (1980) - Reviews.
27 17 SOMETHING (EVEN HUMAN VOICES) IN THE FOREGROUND, A LAKE (1984) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1982 - 1991.
27 18 SOMETHING (EVEN HUMAN VOICES) IN THE FOREGROUND, A LAKE (1984) - "Medusa's Hair was Snakes. Was Thought...", 1982. Published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS, 1983.
27 19 SOMETHING (EVEN HUMAN VOICES) IN THE FOREGROUND, A LAKE (1984) - "Energy Unavailable for Useful Work...", 1980.
27 20 SOMETHING (EVEN HUMAN VOICES) IN THE FOREGROUND, A LAKE (1984) - Mock-up with Fraser's annotations.
27 21 SOMETHING (EVEN HUMAN VOICES) IN THE FOREGROUND, A LAKE (1984) - Unbound book.
27 22 SOMETHING (EVEN HUMAN VOICES) IN THE FOREGROUND, A LAKE (1984) - Reviews.
27 23 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - Correspondence, 1986 - 1988.
27 24 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Claim". Also published in FEMINIST STUDIES Vol. 10, No. 3 (Summer 1984).
27 25 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Notes Preceding Trust". Also published in FEMINIST STUDIES Vol. 10, No. 2 (Summer 1984).
27 26 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Everything You Ever Wanted", 1980. Published in GALLERY WORKS FIVE, undated.
27 27 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Electric Railway, 1922, Two Women" for Susan Gervitz, 1984 - 1986.
27 28 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Boot, Wet Sand and More White", 1979.
27 29 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "These Labdanum Hours", 1979. Published in EXILE: REED COLLEGE LITERARY MAGAZINE (1981-1982), PARIS/ATLANTIC No. 1 (Summer-Fall 1982) and GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS (1983).
27 30 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Re: Searches", 1986. Includes correspondence regarding publications in POSTMODERN AMERICAN POETRY: A NORTON ANTHOLOGY (1993), 1992.
27 31 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Five Letters From One Window, San Gimignano, May 1981".
27 32 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - "Four Voices Telling Little Stories About Light and Dark", 1984.
27 33 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - Typescript with Fraser's annotations.
28 1 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - Photocopy of typescripts.
28 2 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - Proof with Fraser's annotation.
28 3 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - Artwork.
28 4 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST - Promotional material.
28 5 NOTES PRECEDING TRUST (1987) - Reviews.
28 6 BOUNDAYR (1987) - Correspondence.
28 7 BOUNDAYR (1987) - Photocopy of typescript.
28 8 BOUNDAYR (1987) - Proof.
28 9 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - Correspondence, publicity and miscellaneous.
28 10 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - "Etruscan Pages", 1991. Includes correspondence.
28 11 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - "Etruscan Pages" with Susan Gervitz's annotations and correspondence, 1991.
28 12 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - "Etruscan Pages". Typescript.
28 13 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - "Frammenti Romani: Marks and Evidence of Events", 1989.
28 14 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - "Giotto: ARENA". Also published as chapbook by ABACUS No. 62, 1991. Includes notes, drafts, one with Susan Gervitz's annotations and postcard from Rochelle Owens.
28 15 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - "When New Time Folds Up", 1992 - 1993. Correspondence about publication in THE ART OF PRACTICE: 45 CONTEMPORARY POETS (1993).
28 16 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - Reviews.
28 17 WHEN NEW TIME FOLDS UP (1992) - Correspondence, miscellaneous, 1994-1995, 1994 - 1995.
29 1 WING (1995) - Drafts.
29 2 WING (1995) - Production materials.
29 3 WING (1995) - Final proof.
29 4 WING (1995) - Photocopies of final proof.
29 5 WING (1995) - Photocopies of publication of WING in CONJUNCTIONS 24 (1995). Also includes correspondence.
29 6 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1992 - 1995.
29 7 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1996. January - June.
29 8 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials., 1996. August - December.
29 9 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1997. January - August.
29 10 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1997 - 1999.
30 1 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Drafts of introduction by Peter Quartermain.
30 2 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Drafts of table of contents and notes on poems.
30 3 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Drafts of Fraser's afterword.
30 4 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - "1930", 1977 - 1978. Published in PLOUGHSHARES, Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 1982) and GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS (1983).
30 5 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - "La La at the Cirque Fernando, Paris", 1988.
30 6 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - "In Commemoration of the Visit of Foreign...". Published in TEMBLOR 9 (1989).
30 7 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - "Cue or Starting Point", 1995.
30 8 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Typescript.
30 9 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Complete typescript, part 1.
30 10 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Complete typescript, part 2.
30 11 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Complete typescript, revised version, part 1.
31 1 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Complete typescript, revised version, part 2.
31 2 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Complete typescript, final version, part 1.
31 3 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Complete typescript, final version, part 2.
31 4 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Proof with Fraser's annotations.
31 5 IL CUORE: THE HEART, SELECTED POEMS, 1970-1995 (1996) - Reviews.
31 6 BANNERS: TOKYO (1998) - Correspondence, notes and drafts.

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31 7 Something In My Hand, 1957. Five poems with accompanying drawings.
31 8 Proposed list of poems for a collection of poems from the late 1950s and early 1960s.
31 9 New Love Poems. Proposed collection of 1970s poems. Some later published in NEW SHOES (1978).
31 10 Tonality How You Sit in Context White Smooth Clean, 1976 - 1977. Collaborative collection of poetry between Fraser and Laura Wessner. Original copies and drafts.
31 11 Tonality How You Sit in Context White Smooth Clean, 1976 - 1977. Collaborative collection of poetry between Fraser and Laura Wessener. Original copy.
31 12 New and Collected Poems, 1964-1992. Typescript, part 1.
32 1 New and Collected Poems, 1964-1992. Typescript, part 2.
32 2 New and Collected Poems, 1964-1992 - Correspondence with Burton Hatlen (director, National Poetry Foundation), 1991 - 1996.
32 3 New and Collected Poems, 1964-1992 - Drafts of table of contents.
32 4 New and Collected Poems, 1964-1992 - Collected poems rejected from this collection.
32 5 New and Collected Poems, 1964-1992 - Uncollected poetry considered for this unpublished collection.

Uncollected Poetry

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32 6 Lists of poems from 1970s and 1980s never published in books, some published in magazines.
32 7 Prose Poem. Ca. 1950s.
32 8 And These Do Dwell, 1955.
32 9 As Though Wise Venus Tutored..., 1955.
32 10 Civ. III, 1955.
32 11 Elements, 1955.
32 12 Gift, 1955. Distinct from "The Gift" published in CHANGE OF ADDRESS (1966).
32 13 It Was Cold..., 1955.
32 14 Old One, Composing Your Love Book..., Your Face..., and You are Hungry Wind, 1955.
32 15 Request, 1955.
32 16 Scalpel Poised..., 1955.
32 17 Transient Bubble..., 1955.
32 18 You/Were a Red Tulip, 1955.
32 19 We Did Not Remember, That Day... Ca. late 1950s.
32 20 Come Green Yourselves, 1956.
32 21 If Reflected in a Corner Mirror..., 1956.
32 22 Indistinct Perpetualness..., 1956.
32 23 In Every Child's Life, 1956.
32 24 In My Believing Youth, 1956.
32 25 In the Silent Beginning of Wind..., 1956.
32 26 I Want to Touch My Thumb..., That One Touch of You..., and The Snow is Black All Over, 1956.
32 27 I Would Come to You With the Hidden..., 1956.
32 28 My Body Is..., I Will Draw Pictures of You... and Grape Houses You..., 1956.
32 29 Number 33, 1956.
32 30 Pilgrimage, 1956.
32 31 That One Touch of You, 1956.
32 32 There is Something Very Small..., 1956.
32 33 Today Woke Up, 1956.
32 34 Variations on a Theme, 1956.
32 35 Your Eyes Held Beauty..., 1956.
32 36 While the World Trudges on Intemperate Toes..., 1956 - 1957.
32 37 Christmas Is. Published in THE OCCIDENTAL, 1957.
32 38 Rosecolor Song of Your Mouth..., 1957.
32 39 Seth, 1957.
32 40 When, As a Child, I Lay Beneath the Moon..., 1957.
33 1 After Coming to This Dream, 1958.
33 2 Along the Winter Beach..., 1958.
33 3 I've Heard You Speak of Winter..., 1958.
33 4 Peaches On A/February Tree..., 1958.
33 5 Quite By Accident, 1958.
33 6 Waning Season, 1958.
33 7 Wool, Woven Green, 1958.
33 8 You Have Chosen Your Life Song..., 1958.
33 9 Celebration, 1959.
33 10 Flying Boys, 1959.
33 11 Mediator, 1959.
33 12 That Room of Yours, 1959.
33 13 This Day of Flowers is Gone..., 1959.
33 14 Woman in Harlem, 1959.
33 15 In a Painting Class, 1960.
33 16 West Side Spinster, 1960.
33 17 Birth Poem, for Jack, 1960 - 1964.
33 18 Mattress Mender. Ca. late 1950s or early 1960s.
33 19 X-Lyric... Sappho/Mc Naughton. Ca. late 1950s or early 1960s.
33 20 Dance. Ca. early 1960s.
33 21 Enemy. Ca. early 1960s.
33 22 From: Anthropology. Ca. early 1960s.
33 23 Just As I Found You, You Changed, a Dream for D.W. Ca. early 1960s.
33 24 Letters: To a Poet. Ca. early 1960s.
33 25 Love Poem for Jack. Ca. early 1960s.
33 26 Silence. Ca. early 1960s.
33 27 Skin. Ca. early 1960s.
33 28 Struttin' to the Savoy. Ca. early 1960s.
33 29 What Are You Trying To Tell Me. Ca. early 1960s.
33 30 Giants With Capes of Gold, 1961.
33 31 Little Jet Jesu-Cat, 1961.
33 32 Man Sleeping, 1961.
33 33 By Accident, 1961 - 1962.
33 34 How Tuesday Began, 1961 - 1962.
33 35 Joseph, 1961 - 1962.
33 36 Spain: A Confession of Mood, 1961 - 1962.
33 37 Talking, 1961 - 1962.
33 38 For My Small Spanish Friend, 1961 - 1965.
33 39 Collector, 1962.
33 40 Lullaby, 1962.
33 41 Mother May I?, 1962.
33 42 Of Sorrow Early, 1962.
33 43 Defender, 1962 - 1963.
33 44 Fire Engine Poem, 1962 - 1963.
33 45 Self-Portrait, 1962 - 1963.
33 46 Eve's Song, 1963.
33 47 Heat, 1963.
33 48 I Dream of the Other, 1963.
33 49 I Dreamed of Your Faces Frozen, 1963.
33 50 Jack's Hair, 1963.
33 51 Telegram, 1963.
33 52 Thankful, 1963.
33 53 Two Nights Ago We Spoke the Death of Children, 1963.
33 54 Blues for Sylvia #2, 1963 - 1964.
33 55 Burnett's Barn, 1963, 1963 - 1964.
33 56 Colorado, 1964.
33 57 Cops and Robbers (a sestina), 1964.
33 58 Francine, 1964.
33 59 Long-Stemmed Roses, 1964.
33 60 My Husband's Knowledge, 1964.
33 61 New Knowledge, 1964.
33 62 Poem, 1964.
33 63 Walls, 1964.
33 64 Winners or A Little Play on the Presentation of the National Book Awards, 1964.
33 65 Grandfather, 1964 - 1965.
33 66 Letter from Home, 1965.
33 67 Lust Poem #2, 1965.
33 68 Marimekko Songs, 1965.
33 69 Mexico, 1965.
33 70 La Pregunta, 1965.
33 71 Waiting for the First Child, 1965 - 1966.
33 72 My ears, antennae... Ca. mid-1960s.
33 73 Recognition. Ca. mid-1960s. Distinct from "Recognition" published in NEW SHOES (1978).
33 74 Your Foot Is... Ca. mid-1960s.
33 75 White Noise. Ca. mid-1960s to 1978.
33 76 Changes, 1966.
33 77 Difference, 1966.
33 78 Weather, 1966.
33 79 Cry, 1966 - 1969.
33 80 Hunger, 1968. Distinct from "Hunger" published in LITTLE NOTES TO YOU, FROM LUCAS STREET (1971).
33 81 Joby, 1970. From True Romances. Published in HARPER'S BAZAAR, August 1970.
33 82 Overlap, 1970.
33 83 Sky Blue Life. Ca. early 1970s.
33 84 4. Ca. 1970s.
33 85 Gold. Ca. 1970s.
33 86 Immaculate Conception. Ca. 1970s.
33 87 Spring. Ca. 1970s.
33 88 What David Said. Ca. 1970s.
33 89 Airport/Las Vegas/Stars, 1971.
33 90 In the Second Year, A Man, 1971.
33 91 Loss, 1971.
33 92 Sunday, with Others, 1971.
33 93 Changeling, 1972.
33 94 From a Ladle..., 1972. Also includes "Hundred Feet..."
33 95 Romance, 1972.
33 96 There Is a Space I Am Trying..., 1972.
33 97 We Know These, 1972.
33 98 Who You Are Is Pulled..., 1972.
33 99 Why He Was Finally Able to Stop Eating, 1972.
33 100 Test Run, 1972 - 1973. Also includes "Carl."
33 101 We Bring You, Odorless, 1972 - 1973.
33 102 Miles, 1972 - 1975.
33 103 Improvisation on Lines by Spicer #1, 1973.
33 104 Improvisation on Lines by Spicer #2, 1973. Published in THIS IS WOMAN'S WORK: AN ANTHOLOGY OF PROSE AND POETRY (1974). Includes published copies of "The Stranger," "What You Need," and "The Fault," later published in NEW SHOES (1978).
33 105 Trying to Talk to You Again, 1973.
33 106 After Mexico, 1974.
33 107 August Inside, 1974.
33 108 How We Talk, 1974.
33 109 I See How You Take Your Life Seriously..., 1974.
33 110 Joan Brown, About Her Painting, 1974. Published in WOMAN POET, Vol. I (1980). Also published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: NINETEEN AMERICAN POETS (1983).
34 1 June First, 1974. Includes postcard published by Tuumba Press (1977).
34 2 Mommy, Who, 1974.
34 3 Mussel Shoals, 1974.
34 4 Off, 1974.
34 5 Geranium, 1974 - 1975.
34 6 Orchidea, 1974 - 1977.
34 7 Of Bonding, the Remote, 1974 - 1978.
34 8 Her Journey, 1974 - 1992.
34 9 Eastern Sky Closely Scrutinized..., 1975.
34 10 In the Morning, in the Afternoon, About Her Quietness, 1975.
34 11 Monster, 1975.
34 12 My Mother Is Riding..., 1975.
34 13 Sheffield, Summer, 1975.
34 14 Was Looking Up at the Stars.... Ca. late 1970s.
34 15 Causist, Etc., 1976. Published in WOMAN POET, Vol. I (1980).
34 16 Day After Day-After, 1976.
34 17 Friendly Skies, 1976.
34 18 Given, 1976.
34 19 Heart Sore Din..., 1976.
34 20 Manual Dexterity, 1976.
34 21 Melodramatic Sonnet, 1976.
34 22 One, 1976.
34 23 Take Three, 1976.
34 24 Your Voice on the Phone, 1976.
34 25 David and I Were Hunting..., 1976 - 1977.
34 26 Love Cipher, 1976 - 1977.
34 27 Moving Towards You, 1976. Published in CONTEMPORARY WOMEN POETS, AN ANTHOLOGY OF CALIFORNIA POETS (1977). Also includes published copy of "Flowers."
34 28 Always, You Are First a Long Distance, 1977.
34 29 Human Heart, 1977.
34 30 In Bed, Looking at Myself, 1977.
34 31 Sonnet for A, with End-Rhymes He Provided, 1977.
34 32 Emily Post's Etiquette Lesson on How to Eat Fruit, 1977 - 1979.
34 33 Blue, 1978.
34 34 Figure and Ground, 1978.
34 35 How I Live in This White Room, 1978.
34 36 Interior, with Mme. Vuillard and Son, 1978. Published in ACCESSORIES (1981). Also published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: 19 AMERICAN POETS (1983).
34 37 Leaning, 1978.
34 38 Agnes, 1979. Published in NETWORKS: AN ANTHOLOGY OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA WOMEN POETS (1979).
34 39 Bay to Breakers 52079, 1979.
34 40 Border, 1979.
34 41 One Is Whole. One Is Not, 1980.
34 42 After Unexpected Pleasure, 1981.
34 43 Against Light, 1981.
34 44 Docciola, 1981.
34 45 Dordogne Song, 1981.
34 46 Klee at Bauhaus: Parallel Bodies, 1988.
34 47 Plagarism, 1989 - 1990.
34 48 Little Background: The Sisters, 1990.
34 49 Trade Routes, With Silk, 1990.
34 50 In That Purely Phonetic City, 1992.
34 51 What Was Left of Emily, Emily's Fruit, 1992.
34 52 Dear Mom, 1993.
34 53 England Notebooks, 1993.
34 54 Firestorm, 1993.
34 55 Photogene, 1999 - 2000. Includes correspondence regarding publication in NEW AMERICAN WRITING, No. 12 (Winter/Spring 1994).
34 56 Disappeared, 1994. Published in CHELSEA magazine (1994).
34 57 Disappearing Footholds, 1994.
34 58 From WALKING BOOK, 1994.
34 59 Trialwin.g, 1994.
34 60 A.D. (Notebooks), 1995 - 1996. Includes correspondence regarding publication in LIPSTICK II (1996).
34 61 Intensification of Go, 1996. Slasher Series.
34 62 One-Leg Man, 1996. Slasher Series.
34 63 Tiny Slash, 1996. Slasher Series.
34 64 I Wander Lonely, 1997.
34 65 History of Borders, 1999. Collage poem.
34 66 Solo la Speranza, 1999. Collage poem.
34 67 From Two-Minute Poses, 2000. Later became "A Whodunit for Barbara Guest."
34 68 Miscellaneous notes for writing.

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35 1 List of prose works, 1970s to 1990s.
35 2 Bicycle, 1957.
35 3 Miss Henry, 1957. Published in Occidental College literary magazine.
35 4 Time for Yellow Birds, 1957.
35 5 Seeking the Magic Toadstool, 1957. Published in OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE LITERARY MAGAZINE.
35 6 Yellow Bats and Purple Cats, 1957. Published in OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE LITERARY MAGAZINE.
35 7 Flowers for Annie, 1958.
35 8 Miscarriage Story, 1965.
35 9 Hepsibah the Heathen. Ca. early 1970s. Drafts, correspondence, 1988.
35 10 ADAM'S WORLD (1971) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1969 - 1991.
35 11 Clue in the Old Album, 1976 - 1978. With Sue Gangel. Includes correspondence with editor of THE NEW YORKER and drafts.
35 12 Regina, after and before, 1978. Published in MORE ROOM: A WOMAN'S LITERARY JOURNAL, undated. Also includes published copy of "The Decision," which appeared in EACH NEXT NARRATIVES, and drafts of "Regina."
35 13 Cambio, 1979. Correspondence with editor of THE NEW YORKER and drafts, 1981.
35 14 Nabob, 1979. Includes correspondence wth editor of THE NEW YORKER, notes and drafts, 1979.
35 15 Stately Pleasure Dome, 1979. Includes correspondence with editor of THE NEW YORKER and drafts, 1979.
35 16 As If the Forming of Huge Crystals, 1988 - 1989.
35 17 Lure of Bread, 1990.
35 18 Joined at the Hip, 1990 - 1995.
35 19 Loneliness, 1991.
35 20 Silently, Though Oft-Repeated, the Music, 1991.
35 21 Pressure, 1995.

Collected Essays - Published

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35 22 FEMINIST POETICS, A CONSIDERATION OF THE FEMALE CONSTRUCTION OF LANGUAGE (1984) - Correspondence and notes, 1982 - 1987.
35 23 FEMINIST POETICS, A CONSIDERATION OF THE FEMALE CONSTRUCTION OF LANGUAGE (1984) - Permission requests.
35 24 FEMINIST POETICS, A CONSIDERATION OF THE FEMALE CONSTRUCTION OF LANGUAGE (1984) - "Taking It On".
35 25 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1996 - 1998.
35 26 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Correspondence and miscellaneous materials, 1998 - 2000.
35 27 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Drafts of introduction.
36 1 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Drafts of Table of contents, appendix and footnotes.
36 2 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Photocopy of partial typescript with printer's notes.
36 3 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Illustrations.
36 4 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Illustrations and final copy.
36 5 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Things That Do Not Exist Without Words". Photocopy, 1991.
36 6 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "The Tradition of Marginality", 1983. Drafts and photocopy.
36 7 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "How Did Emma Slide? The Gestate, A New Poem Form for Women". Correspondence, drafts and final copies, 1979. Published in TRELLIS 3 (Summer 1979). Includes correspondence with Lynda Koolish.
36 8 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "The way ideas are juxtaposed to form a text says more...". Drafts, 1983.
36 9 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Partial Local Coherence: Regions with Illustrations". Correspondence, drafts, notes, proof and photocopy of final copy, 1981-1986. Published in IRONWOOD (1982). Includes correspondence with Steve Benson, Carla Harryman and Lyn Hejinian.
36 10 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "This Phrasing Unreliable Except as Here", 1993. Drafts. Later entitled "Faulty Copying."
36 11 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Photogenes: 'The Incidental' and 'The Inessential'...", 1993. Drafts and notes.
36 12 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Letter from Rome: H.D., Spero and the Reconstruction of Gender", 1991. Notes and photocopy.
36 13 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Contingent Circumstances: Mina Loy/Basil Bunting", 1996. Drafts. Includes correspondence regarding publication in MINA LOY: WOMAN AND POET.
36 14 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Lorine Niedecker: Beyond Condensation", 1994. Drafts, correspondence and sources.
36 15 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Without a Net: Finding One's Balance Along Perilous Wire of the New", 1992. Drafts.
36 16 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Line. On the line. Lining up. Lined with. Between the lines...", 1988. Drafts, correspondence and proofs.
37 1 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "'One Hundred and Three Chapters of Little Times': Collapsed and...", 1989. Drafts, notes and correspondence.
37 2 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Translating the Unspeakable: Visual Poetics, as Projected through...", 1996. Notes and transparencies for talk which formed the basis of essay.
37 3 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Translating the Unspeakable: Visual Poetics, as Projected through...", 1996 - 1997. Correspondence and notes.
37 4 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - "Translating the Unspeakable: Visual Poetics, as Projected through...", 1996. Drafts, mock-up and proof.
37 5 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Typescript with Fraser's annotations.
37 6 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Photocopies and drafts of previously published essays not included..
37 7 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE (2000) - Production materials.

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37 8 Capturing Time: The Innovative Tradition in Feminist Poetics and Practice - Correspondence, 1987 - 1989.
38 1 Capturing Time: The Innovative Tradition in Feminist Poetics and Practice. Feedback from students and colleagues on FEMINIST POETICS (1984) and potential essays for inclusion.
38 2 Capturing Time: The Innovative Tradition in Feminist Poetics and Practice. Drafts of book proposal.

Uncollected Essays

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38 3 Songs of Experience. Review of DIVING INTO THE WRECK: POEMS 1971-1972 by Adrienne Rich and COLOR PHOTOS OF THE ATROCITIES by Kenneth Pitchford. Draft and final published copy, 1973.
38 4 Interview from a Treehouse, 1983. Published in GOLDEN GATE WATERSHED: NINETEEN AMERICAN POETS (1983). Selected poems also published in the anthology.
38 5 Introduction to EVERYTHING IS REAL EXCEPT THE OBVIOUS, an anthology, 1991.
38 6 Personal Computing. Review of WOMAN SITTING AT THE MACHINE, THINKING: POEMS 1978-1987 by Karen Brodine. Published in THE WOMAN'S REVIEW OF BOOKS (1992). Correspondence and published copy, 1991-1992.
38 7 Jump: Editing HOW(EVER) - Correspondence and drafts, 1993 - 1994. Published in THE CHAIN, No. 1 (1994).
38 8 Continuum and Instability, 1994. Review of ARC OF LIGHT/DARK MATTER by Charles Alexander.
38 9 Bedrock, Roots and Veins: A Talk with C.D. Wright. Published in POETRY FLASH, No. 259 (March 1995). Notes, drafts, interview with correspondence and final published copy.
38 10 Ideas as Architectures: A Talk with Patricia Dienstfrey. Published in POETRY FLASH, No. 268 (June-July 1996). Correspondence with Patricia Dienstfrey and POETRY FLASH, drafts and final published copy of interview.
38 11 DANGER WALL MAY FALL: SHORT STORIES by Lynn Luria-Sukenick. Promotional blurb and correspondence, 1996.
38 12 Jarnot, Lisa. Published in CONTEMPORARY WOMEN POETS. Correspondence and notes, 1997.
38 13 At Odds: The Dream of an Uncommon Language. For an anthology of innovative American women poets, edited by George Butterick, but never published. Drafts.
38 14 Finding Her Voice: The American Woman Poet Unties Her Tongue or The American Woman Poet Moves Out. For MS Magazine, but never published. Correspondence and drafts.
38 15 Letter to the Editors of POETRY FLASH. Review of MY WALK WITH BOB by Bruce Boone and FAMILY POEMS by Robert Glueck.
38 16 Hour, History, Origin. Review of WOMAN SITTING AT THE MACHINE, THINKING: POEMS 1978-1987 by Karen Brodine. Copy of published version.
38 17 Notations on THE NEW BODY by James Moore. Review by Fraser, published in IRONWOOD. Draft and final published copy.
38 18 Ornette Meets Bela: "New Stuff Laid Over an Existing Grid". Review of "Notes on 'Three Movements from GLISSANDO CURVE'" by Ken Edwards.
38 19 Overheard. Published in POETICS JOURNAL. Review of FROM ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW THE WOMAN SEEMS TO BE RESTING by Gail Sher, THE HEAT BIRD by Mei-Mei Berssenbrugge and ALSACE-LORRAINE by Fanny Howe.
38 20 Miscellaneous materials associated with essays.

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38 21 Agosto, Puccini, Gabriella. Translations by Franco La Polla and Giulia Nicolai of Fraser's poem "Trevignano, Puccini, Gabriella." La Polla's translation was published in CARTE SEGRETE. Correspondence with La Polla, translations and original, 1997.
38 22 Gabbionata. Translation of Fraser's poem "Gabionade" by Toni Maraini for PAGINE. Published poem and biographical material.
38 23 Introduction to Six Italian Poets. Translation by Fraser for THIRTEENTH MOON.
38 24 Lampi e Acqua. By Maria Obino. Translation into English and Italian by Fraser for AVEC. Correspondence, original and draft, 1993.
38 25 La storia di Emma Slide. Also includes "Qual cosa continua a scintillare" and "4 a.m." Translations of Fraser's poems by Giuseppe Caputo for TEMPE PRESENTE. Correspondence, biography of Fraser in Italian by Caputo and translations.
38 26 Pagine Etrusche. Translation by Marina Morbidaeci of Fraser's "Etruscan Pages," 1995.
38 27 Rudi's Dance. By Elio Pagliarani. Translation into English by Fraser.
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38 28 Hello, My Name Is Kermit the Frog and I'm Here to Tell You About the Letter P. San Francisco State University (1969). Talk.
38 29 On Being a West Coast Poet. Modern Language Association Conference (1975). Drafts of talk and miscellaneous.
39 1 This Talk Might Be Easilt Titled: Confessions of a Terrified Poet Trying to Pose As a Lecturer, 1975. Draft of talk given at Aspen Writer's Conference.
39 2 Commencement Address - Drew School, 1977. Draft.
39 3 Scaling the Great Wall of China: A Letter, 1979. Draft of talk given at Squaw Valley Writer's Conference.
39 4 Poetry - The Secret Code in Modernist Women's Writing, 1985. Talk given to Browning Society.
39 5 Locating the Experience of Marginality, Disruption and Silence: New Poetic Strategies by American Women, 1988. Talk given at the Women Writers Conference, Palermo, Italy.
39 6 Robert Creeley. Early 1990s. Talk given in Rome.
39 7 Free Music: Notes Towards the Modernist Break from Tradition, 1991. Talk given at Univerita deglia Studi di Macerata, Italy. Notes, photocopies of poems and correspondence.
39 8 Introductory Remarks for Mark Linenthal, 1992. George Oppen Memorial Lecture.
39 9 How I Got to Where I Am, Balanced Tentatively on One Foot, a Lute in One Hand, a Scalpel in the Other, 1992. Notes and draft for a talk given at Literarisches Colloquium Berlin.
39 10 Olson's "Field Composition" (and Duncan's opening of the "field") in the work of several contemporary women..., 1993. Talk given at the Centro Studi Americani, Rome, Italy.
39 11 Comments for Fortieth Anniversary, The Poetry Center. San Francisco State University, 1994.
39 12 Revision as Cinematic Process, 1995. Notes and handout for talk given at the Napa Valley Writers' Conference.
39 13 I Ladri: Some New Strategies in American Poetic Practice, 1996. Talk given at the Universita di Bologna, Seminaire "Poesie.'
39 14 Magritte Series, 1997. Notes for a talk given at the Oakland Museum.
39 15 Not by a System, But by a Wrist: A Conversation between Dante and Giotto, 1997. Talk given at the Universita G.D. Annunzio, Pescara, Italy.
39 16 Notes Toward a Poetics of Continuous Identity Formation, 1997. Talk given at the Centro Studi Americani.

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39 17 Akers, Ellery. Miscellaneous poetry and prose.
39 18 Benson, Steve, "Will: Poems for Kathleen To Do with What She", 1977. Draft of collected poetry.
39 19 Davidson, Michael. Photocopy of excerpt for THE SAN FRANCISCO RENAISSANCE: POETICS AND COMMUNITY AT MID-CENTURY, Cambridge University Press.
39 20 Forti, Simone. HANDBOOK IN MOTION - Notes.
39 21 Gervitz, Susan. "Between Male and Eunich: The Nomadic Place of Feminine Writing - A Choral Analysis of...". Draft and letter to Fraser.
39 22 Gervitz, Susan. "Dominoe: Point of Entry". Draft of collected poems.
39 23 Gervitz, Susan. "Ipsum Yahodo Vitch...". Copy of talk given at Mills College panal with Barbara Guest, 1994.
39 24 Gervitz, Susan. "Korean" and "Milkhouse". Published versions in ABACUS (61) and draft of "Milkhouse" with Fraser's annotations.
39 25 Gervitz, Susan. "Some Ship Thing Who Sang (even human voices), in the Foreground, Space and a Lake", 1985. Draft of essay on Fraser's "Something (even human voices)" with Fraser's annotations.
39 26 Gervitz, Susan. "They Too Dislike It: The Place of HOW(EVER) in the Diagnostics of Editing". Draft with Fraser's annotations.
39 27 Gervitz, Susan. "Wanderyahre". Draft with Fraser's annotations.
39 28 Gervitz, Susan. Miscellaneous poetry and scholarly writing.
39 29 Jaffer, Frances. "The Tradition of Marginality". Draft, unpublished essay.
39 30 Jaffer, Frances. Miscellaneous poetry.
39 31 Kinnahan, Linda A. "'This/Lyric Forever Error': Feminist Poetics and Feminist Subjectivity in American and..., 1996 - 1997. Also includes NEH proposal with Fraser's annotations.
39 32 McHale, Brian. "The Revolution Will (Not) Be Televised: On Bruce Andrews' 'Confidence Trick'", 1996. Paper presented at "Assembling Alternatives: An International Poetry Conference/Festival" and handout.
39 33 Quartermain, Meredith. EUROPEAN JOURNALS.
39 34 Quartermain, Peter. "Duncan's Texts", 1996. Paper given at Robert Duncan Conference: The Opening of the Field.
40 1 Richardson, Anthony E., M.D. "Wisdom Mind Meets Gay Sexuality".
40 2 Spahr, Juliana. "Live". Draft of lay poem with introductions.
40 3 Stricker, Meredith. THE LIGHTING HIVE.
40 4 Vaeth, Kim. "Again She Says Try To: Frances Jaffer and H.D.". Earlier draft appears in Frances Jaffer correspondence file.
40 5 Vickery, Ann. BEYOND THE AMERICAN TREE, 1999. Correspondence and revision with Fraser's annotations.
40 6 Vickery, Ann. BEYOND THE AMERICAN TREE, 1999. First draft with Fraser's annotations and Fraser's letter to Vickery.
40 7 Women's Writing Group, 1977 - 1979. Poetry and prose by Beverly Dahlen and Frances Jaffer.
40 8 Women's Writing Group, 1979 - 1981. Poetry and prose by Beverly Dahlen and Frances Jaffer.
40 9 Women's Writing Group, 1981 - 1982. Article and talk by Carolyn Burke.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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Tenure and Promotion

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40 10 Correspondence regarding Fraser's doctoral equivalency and tenure, 1972 - 1976.
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40 11 Correspondence regarding Fraser's doctoral equivalency and tenure, 1977.
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40 12 Reviews, flyers and article gathered to support Fraser's application for tenure, 1973 - 1984.
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40 13 Correspondence regarding Fraser's promotion to full professorship, 1982. Includes an updated C.V. and miscellaneous materials.
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40 14 Reviews, flyers, conference programs, articles, student evaluation and C.V. for post-tenure review, 1991.
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40 15 Correspondence regarding Fraser's early retirement, 1992.
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Letters of Recommendation

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40 16 Recommendations and blurbs for students at other universities, 1977 - 1987.
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40 17 Recommendations and blurbs for students at other univesities, 1988 - 1999.
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San Francisco State University

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40 18 CW 600 (01) "Women's Writing Workshop", 1986 - 1988.
40 19 CW 804-2 "Advanced Poetry Writing" (1989) and CW 854-1 "MFA Workshop in Poetry" (1992). Notes, syllabi and clippings.
41 1 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing". Notes, syllabi and clippings, 1990, 1992.
41 2 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing". Notes and teaching ideas.
41 3 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Nina Auerback. Notes and essay.
41 4 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Jane Bowles.
41 5 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Djuna Barnes. Notes, bibliographies and essays.
41 6 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Gwendolyn Brooks. Notes, bibliography and essays.
41 7 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Mary Butts. Poetry and essays.
41 8 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Emily Dickenson. Essays.
41 9 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - H.D. Notes, poetry and essays.
41 10 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing". Miscellaneous Harlem Renaissance essays.
41 11 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Zora Neale Hurston. Notes, prose by Hurston and essays.
41 12 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Laura RidingJackson. Notes, bibliographies, poetry, and essays.
41 13 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Mina Loy. Bibliography, poetry and essays.
42 1 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Marianne Moore. Notes, essays and poetry.
42 2 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Jean Rhys. Essays.
42 3 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Dorothy Richardson. Notes and essays.
42 4 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Lola Ridge. Poetry, bibliography and essays.
42 5 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Edith Sitwell. Notes and essays.
42 6 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Gertrude Stein. Notes and essays.
42 7 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Jean Valentine. Interview and poetry.
42 8 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Virgina Woolf. Notes, bibliography, prose by Woolf, and essays.
42 9 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing" - Articles and resources on feminist poetics.
43 1 CW 810-1 "Modernist Women Writing - Articles, resources, and notes on modernist women writers.
43 2 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Notes, syllabus and clippings, 1986.
43 3 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Notes, syllabus and clippings, 1988.
43 4 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Notes, syllabus and clippings, 1990.
43 5 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - John Ashbery. Notes, essays and poetry.
43 6 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Joe Brainard. Essays.
43 7 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Joseph Ceravalo. Poetry and bibliography.
43 8 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Edwin Denby. Poetry and essays.
43 9 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Kenward Gray Elmslie. Poetry and essays.
43 10 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Barbara Guest. Notes, essays and bibliography.
43 11 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Allan Kaplan. Poetry and bibliography.
44 1 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Kenneth Koch. Notes, poetry and biography.
44 2 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Frank Lima.
44 3 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Harry Mathews. Essays, prose by Mathews and biography.
44 4 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Frank O'Hara. Notes, essays, prose by O'Hara and bibliography.
44 5 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - James Schuyler. Bibliography, biography, poetry and prose by Schuyler, and essays.
44 6 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Robert Duncan. Notes and poetry.
44 7 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Second Generation Poets.
44 8 CW 810-2 "Poetry's Abstract Expressionism" - Miscellaneous teaching materials.

Poetry Center

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44 9 Administrative correspondence, A - D, 1973 - 1975.
44 10 Administrative correspondence, E - J, 1973 - 1975.
44 11 Administrative correspondence, K - O, 1973 - 1975.
45 1 Administrative correspondence, P - Y, 1973 - 1975.
45 2 Unidentified correspondents, 1973 - 1975.
45 3 Notes, correspondence and announcements related to administration, 1973 - 1988.

Miscellaneous Institutions

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45 4 Naropa Institute - "The Unacknowledged: Taking Apart the Writing Habit, Naropa Institute (1996)", 1995 - 1996. Correspondence, notes and course description.
45 5 New College at California - "Unwriting Writing", 1998.

CONFERENCES

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45 6 Library of Congress Conference on Poetry/Prose Publishing, 1975. Expense list.
45 7 New York University. "The Second Sex - Thirty Years Later", 1979. Program and notes.
45 8 Poetry Center at San Francisco State University. "Women Working in Literature", 1984 - 1985. Program and correspondence.
45 9 Philological Association of the Pacific Coast. Eighty-Third Annual Meeting (1985).
45 10 American Library. Istanbul, Turkey, 1987. Announcements.
45 11 Modern Language Association Conference, San Francisco, 1991. Correspondence.
45 12 Litarisches Colloquim Berlin, 1992.
45 13 Modern Language Association Conference, 1993. Handouts.
45 14 King's College, Cambridge, England. "Modernism: Its Politcs and Influence", 1993. Correspondence and flyers.
45 15 Napa Valley College. Napa Valley Writer's Conference, 1995. Correspondence, programs and notes.
45 16 Oakland Library. "Translations from the Human Language", 1996. Correspondence and copies of "Magritte Series."
45 17 Universita di Bologna. Seminaire "Poesie", 1996. Flyers and correspondence.
45 18 New England Center. "Assembling Alternatives: An International Poetry Conference", 1996. Correspondence, programs and notes.
45 19 Temple University. Tenth Annual Poetry Translation Conference, 1996. Correspondence.
45 20 University of the Pacific. Pacific Writer's Conference, "Opening the Field: Experiments in Poetry, Film...".
45 21 American Literature Association. "Conference on American Literature", 1996. Program.
45 22 Barnard College. Tenth International Conference on Translation: Centering Marginality, 1996. Program and correspondence.
45 23 Universita degli Studi Macerata, Italy. Identita e diversita: i soggetti della cultura americana, 1997. Program.
45 24 Universita G.D. Annunzio, Pescara, Italy. "The Presence of Dante in North American Poetry", 1997. Program, notes and correspondence.
45 25 Universita di Bologna, Italy. "L'incontro delle voci nella poesia contemporanea", 1997. Programs, notes and correspondence.
45 26 Centro Studi Americani, Rome, Italy. "The Self Collective Identity and Otherness in the United States Today... Programs and correspondence.
45 27 Dokkyo University, Komazawa University, Rikkyo University. American Literature Society of Japan... Correspondence, notes, flyers and mementos.
46 1 Modern Language Association. Toronto Conference, 1997. Correspondence and notes.
46 2 Universita degli Studi di Macerata, Italy. "H.D.'s Poetry: A Reassessment", 1998. Program and flyers.
46 3 University of California, San Diego, Page Mothers Conference (1999). Flyer, correspondence, catalog.
46 4 Modernist Studies Association, The New Modernists, Penn State University (1999). Program.
46 5 Modern Language Association Conference, Chicago (1999). Program, notes, correspondence, mementos.
46 6 University of Maine, The Opening of the Field: A Conference on North American Poetry in the 1960s (2000). Correspondence, programs, notes, mementos.
46 7 Miscellaneous conference programs and materials, 1982 - 1995.

READING AND WORKSHOP FLYERS

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46 8 Readings, pre-1976.
46 9 Readings, 1976 - Spring 1977. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
46 10 Readings, Fall 1977, Spring 1978. Includes correspondence, articles and flyers for readings.
46 11 Readings, Fall 1978 - Spring 1979. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
46 12 Readings, Fall 1979 - Spring 1980. Includes correspondence, and flyers for readings.
46 13 Readings, Fall 1980. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
46 14 Readings, 1981-1982. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
46 15 Readings, Fall 1983 - Spring 1984.
46 16 Readings, Fall 1984 - Spring 1985. Includes correspondence, flyers and notes for readings.
46 17 Readings, Fall 1985 - Spring 1986. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
46 18 Readings, Fall 1986 - 1990. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
47 1 Readings, 1991 - 1995. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
47 2 Readings, 1996 - 2000. Includes correspondence and flyers for readings.
47 3 Readings - Undated flyers and articles announcing readings and miscellaneous.

INTERVIEWS WITH/BY AND ARTICLES ON FRASER

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47 4 Atchity, Kenneth John - "An Interview with Katheleen Fraser".
47 5 Boland, Eavan and Kathleen Fraser - "Eavan Boland and Kathleen Fraser: A Conversation". Published in PARNASSUS: POETRY IN REVIEW Vol. 23: 1 and 2 (1998). Includes correspondence with Boland and Herb Leibowitz (editor of PARNASSUS), and drafts and revisions of the text, 1996 - 1998.
47 6 Foley, Jack - "From the Heart: An Interview with Kathleen Fraser" (1998). Draft, final copy and correspondence.
47 7 Grazioli, Fulvia - "Conversation with Kathleen Fraser", 1994.
47 8 Hogue, Cynthia - "Kathleen Fraser Interview" CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE, 1996. Draft and final version.
47 9 Juhasz, Suzanne - "'How I Liked Space and Long Unending Lines, How My Life was that Way': The Poetry of...
47 10 Logan, Linda H. - Interview of Fraser by graduate student at San Diego State University, and Julia Doudy.
47 11 Powers, Ann - "Kathleen Fraser". Appeared in INK, the San Francisco State Univesity literary magazine, Spring 1987.
47 12 Quartermain, Peter. Fraser's correspondence and annotations on Quartermain's biography of Fraser for the DICTIONARY OF LITERARY BIOGRAPHY 169: AMERICAN POETS SINCE WWII, FIFTH SERIES, 1996.
47 13 Trembley-McGraw, Robin - "How Error Pops Up: An Interview with Kathleen Fraser". Published in POETRY FLASH, No. 246 (Oct 1993). Final published copy and photocopy.
47 14 Interview of Fraser at California State University, Fullerton, 1979.
47 15 Interview and articles about Fraser published in newspapers, 1959 - 1982.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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47 16 Address book.
48 1 American Archive for Literature and Performance (1994), 1994 - 1995. Correspondence regarding Fraser's judging of the contest.
48 2 Bicentennial Poetry Contest Anthology. Draft of preface of anthology, for which Fraser judged with R. Hass, 1976.
48 3 Datebook, 1987 - 1988.
48 4 Frances Jaffer Award Series, 1998 - 1999. Correspondence regarding having Fraser judge the contest.
48 5 Frances Jaffer Award Series (1999) - "Box" by Lisa Smith. Submission for contest.
48 6 Frances Jaffer Award Series (1999) - "Duende" by Rosa Alcala. Submission for contest.
48 7 Frances Jaffer Award Series (1999) - "This Kind of Interpretation Brings Luck" by Lauren Gudath. Submission for contest.
48 8 Frances Jaffer Award Series (1999) - "Tell Everyone/We Shall Enjoy It" by Erica Carpenter. Submission for contest.
48 9 Frances Jaffer Award Series (1999) - "Unknown Land" by Elena Rivera.
48 10 Miscellaneous newspaper clippings and flyers from readings by others.
48 11 Miscellaneous.
48 12 Passport, 1985 - 1995.

RECORDINGS

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Videocassettes

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48 13 WOMEN IN LITERATURE (1992), 1986 - 1992. Video anthology developed from the Women Working in Literature Conference at the Poetry Center in 1985. Correspondence and flyers. Includes correspondence with Adriene Rich.
48 14 WOMEN IN LITERATURE (1992). Video anthology developed from Women Working in Literature at the Poetry Center in 1985. Drafts of Script of Fraser's narration and notes.
48 15 WOMEN IN LITERATURE (1992) - Video.
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49 1 Translating the Unspakable - Video, 1997. November 25. Talk given at Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo.
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Reel-to-Reel Audiorecordings

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49 2 Reel-to-reel audiorecording of miscellaneous readings by others.
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Cassette Audiorecordings - By Fraser

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50 1 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading at University of Arizona Poetry Center, 1977. September 29.
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50 2 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading of "Emily Post's Etiquette Lesson on How to Eat Fruit", 1978. March 17.
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50 3 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading at Occidental Poet's Series, 1978. November 16.
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50 4 Fraser, Kathleen and Rachel Blau Du Plessis - St. Mark's Talks, 1985. June 6. Tape 1.
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50 5 Fraser, Kathleen and Rachel Blau Du Plessis - St. Mark's Talks, 1985. June 6. Tape 2.
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50 6 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading from WHAT I WANT, etc., 1986.
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50 7 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading at The Ear Inn, 1986. January 25.
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50 8 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading at Educational Alliance, New York City, 1989. February 21.
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50 9 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading at University of California, San Diego, New Writing Series, 1992. January 22.
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50 10 Fraser, Kathleen, Annalisa Goldori and Marina Morbedacci - Talk on Creeley translation in Rome, 1995.
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50 11 Fraser, Kathleen, Annalisa Goldori and Marina Morbedacci - Talk on Creeley translation in Rome, 1995.
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50 12 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading at the Naropa Institute, 1997. October 15.
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50 13 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading at Stadler Center for Poetry, Bucknell University, Experimental Poetry, 1997. Oct 27.
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50 14 Fraser, Kathleen and Sue Gangel - Reading of "The Clue in the Old Album".
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50 15 Fraser, Kathleen - Reading for LITTLE NOTES TO YOU FROM LUCA STREET and NEW SHOES and interview.
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Cassette Audiorecordings - Interviews

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51 1 Fraser, Kathleen and Linda H. Logan - Interview in San Francisco, 1979.
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51 2 Fraser, Kathleen and Bob Gluck - Interview at Intersection, San Francisco, 1988. February 1988. Tape 1.
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51 3 Fraser, Kathleen and Bob Gluck - Interview at Intersection, San Francisco, 1988. February 7. Tape 2.
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51 4 Fraser, Kathleen, Linda H. Logan and Julia Doudy - Interview #2 at San Diego State University, 1990. February 27.
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51 5 Fraser, Kathleen, David Bromige and Ken Edwards - Conversation, 1994. September 13.
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51 6 Fraser, Kathleen and C.D. Wright - Interview for "Bedrock, Roots and Veins: A Talk with C.D. Wright" (1995), 1994. January 10.
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51 7 Fraser, Kathleen and Patricia Dienstfrey - Interview for "Ideas as Architecture: A Talk with Patricia.., 1995. December 3. Published in POETRY FLASH (1996).
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51 8 Fraser, Kathleen - A: Barbara Guest interview, Jan. 22, 1995. B: Patricia Dienstfrey interview, Dec. 3, 1995.
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51 9 Fraser, Kathleen and Adam Miller - "Imagined World" interview.
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Cassette Audiorecordings - By Others

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51 10 H.D. reading of "Helen in Egypt" in Zurich. Ca. 1959.
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51 11 Clark, Jack and Don Byrd - Talks at Charles Olsen Symposium, Buffalo, New York, 1988. April 12.
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51 12 Byrd, Don and Howe - Discussion at Charles Olson Symposium, Buffalo, New York, 1988. April 12.
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51 13 Foley, Jack and Adelle - "Adrift", 1992. Music and poetry performances.
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51 14 Russel, Sandi and Jean Toussaint - Music, demo, London, 1993.
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51 15 We Are Counting the Losses - Miscellaneous readings and performances, 1995. January 27. Tape 1.
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51 16 We Are Counting the Losses - Miscellaneous readings and performances, 1995. January 27. Tape 2.
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51 17 Belamy, Dodie, Rachel Blau Du Plessis, Carol P. (?), and Beverly Dahlen - Panal Discussion, New Langston Arts.
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52 1 Bunting, Basil. Reading "Brigge Flats".
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52 2 Kenton, Stan and June Christy. Duet.
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52 3 Unidentified. "Midnight Sun," "If I Were a Bell," and "As Long As I Live", 1984.
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CORRESPONDENCE

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53 1 A- Miscellaneous.
53 2 Aaron, Howard, 1980.
53 3 Addachi, Bryan, 1977 - 1979.
53 4 Adnan, Etel and Simone Fattal, 1994 - 2005.
53 5 Ahlgren, Calvin, 1974 - 2004.
53 6 Akers, Ellery, 1974 - 1984.
53 7 Albon, George.
53 8 Alcalay, Ammiel, 2001.
53 9 Alexander, Charles (editor - CHAX PRESS), 1999 - 2005.
53 10 Altieri, Charles, 2000 - 2004.
53 11 Anderson, Jon and Barbara, 1973 - 1983.
53 12 Anderson, Maggie (editor - TRELLIS MAGAZINE), 1978 - 1980.
53 13 Anderson, Sujenna, 1977 - 2003.
53 14 Angel, Ralph, 1976 - 1978.
53 15 Armantrout, Rae, 1978 - 2000.
53 16 Arteaga, Alfred, 2001 - 2002.
53 17 Atchity, Kenneth John, 1978 - 1979.
53 18 B- Miscellaneous.
53 19 Baker, Kenneth (Art critic - S.F. CHRONICLE), 1995 - 2005.
53 20 Barron, Jeannette Montgomery, 2004 - 2005.
53 21 Barton, Emily, 1992 - 1995.
53 22 Barton, Emily, 1996 - 2002. Includes photographs.
53 23 Basham, Kate, 1973 - 2002.
53 24 Bateson, Gregory (UC Santa Cruz anthropologist), 1974.
53 25 Bell, Marvin, 1977.
53 26 Benedikt, Michael, 1980.
53 27 Benjamin, Jessica, 1979 - 1980.
54 1 Benson, Steve, 1977 - 2005.
54 2 Benton, Bill, 1974 - 1979.
54 3 Berge, Carole, 1974 - 1981.
54 4 Bergvall, Caroline, 2001.
54 5 Bernard, Doug, 1976 - 1978.
54 6 Bernikow, Louise, 1979 - 1980.
54 7 Bernstein, Charles, 2000 - 2002.
54 8 Berrigan, Anselm, 2004 - 2005.
54 9 Berrigan, Ted, 1975 - 1978.
54 10 Berry, Ellen, 2001.
54 11 Berssenbrugge, Mei-Mei.
54 12 Bierman, Arthur, 2002 - 2005.
54 13 Bierman, Ben, Allison, Manny, Leo, and Eli, 1997 - 2003.
54 14 Bischoff, Adelie, 1999.
54 15 Blaser, Robin, 2005.
54 16 Bly, Robert, 1978.
54 17 Bly, Ruth (Ray), 1975 - 2004.
54 18 Bochner, Mel and Lizbeth Marano, 1993 - 2004.
54 19 Boone, Bruce.
54 20 Borden, Diane, 2001 - 2004.
54 21 Bowen, Nancy, 2000 - 2002.
54 22 Bowers, Catherine, 1995 - 2003.
54 23 Bowles, Gloria, 1995 - 1996.
54 24 Brito, Manuel (editor - ZASTERLE PRESS), 1996.
54 25 Brodine, Karen.
54 26 Bromige, David and Cecilia Belle.
54 27 Broner, Sari (Editor - ROOMS), 2000 - 2004.
54 28 Bronstein, Hilda, 1999 - 2004.
54 29 Brown, Evangeline, 1983 - 1984.
54 30 Brown, Kurt (ASPEN ANTHOLOGY), 1976.
54 31 Browne, Elayna (Laynie), 2004.
54 32 Browne, Michael Dennis, 1980.
54 33 Burke, Carolyn (Editor - HOW(EVER)), 1979 - 2006.
54 34 C- Miscellaneous.
54 35 Caddell, Ric, 1998 - 2001.
54 36 Callahan, Eileen, 1999 - 2001.
54 37 Camboni, Marina, 1997 - 2006.
54 38 Carlisle, Olga, 1991 - 2005.
54 39 Carpenter, Bonnie (Editor - EFFIE'S PRESS), 1976.
54 40 Chester, Laura, 1975 - 1982.
54 41 Chicago, Judy, 1976 - 1979.
54 42 Clark, Susan (Editor - RADDLE MOON), 2001.
54 43 Cliff, Michelle, 1983.
54 44 Clover, Joshua, 1995.
54 45 Colby, Kate, 2001 - 2005. Includes draft essay, "Fruitlands".
54 46 Cole, Norma, 1999 - 2005.
54 47 Coleman, Valerie D., 1981 - 1982.
54 48 Connor, Julia, 2000 - 2001.
55 1 Conoley, Gillian, 2002 - 2004.
55 2 Cooper, Jane, 1978 - 1983.
55 3 Corless-Smith, Martin, 2004 - 2005.
55 4 Cox, Sarah Anne, 1999 - 2005.
55 5 Creedon, Michael, 1974 - 1980.
55 6 Creeley, Robert, 2003 - 2005.
55 7 Crow, Mary, 1975.
55 8 Cuddihy, Michael and Mary (Editor - IRONWOOD), 1975 - 2000.
55 9 D- Miscellaneous.
55 10 Daerr, Alexa, 2002 - 2005.
55 11 Dahlen, Beverly (Editor - HOW(EVER)), 1976 - 2000.
55 12 Davidson, Michael, 1975 - 1983.
55 13 Davis, Lydia, 2001 - 2002.
55 14 Dewey, Anne, 2001 - 2002.
55 15 Dick, Jennifer, 2004.
55 16 Dickey, William (Bill), 1977 - 1978.
55 17 Dickinson, Steve (Director - Poetry Center), 2000 - 2005.
55 18 Dienstfrey, Patricia (Publisher - SOMETHING EVEN HUMAN VOICES), 1999 - 2005.
55 19 Dinsmore, Claire (Web designer - Cauldron and Net), 2001 - 2003. Includes "A Whodunit, for Barbara Guest".
55 20 Dissanyake, Ellen, 1973 - 2004.
55 21 Doherty, Alix, 1974 - 2002.
55 22 Donahue, Joe, 2000 - 2003.
55 23 Donnelley, Daidie, 1979 - 2004.
55 24 Dooley, John, 2004 - 2005.
55 25 Dorfman, Elsa.
55 26 Doubiago, Sharon.
55 27 Drake, Barbara, 1978 - 1981.
55 28 Duncan, Robert.
55 29 DuPlessis, Rachel Blau (Editor - HOW(EVER)), 1977 - 2005.
55 30 Duranti, Ricardo, 1983 - 1984.
55 31 E- Miscellaneous.
55 32 Eastman, Madeline, 2001 - 2003.
55 33 Ehret, Terry (SIXTEEN RIVERS PRESS), 2002 - 2004.
55 34 Einzig, Barbara, 1976 - 1980.
56 1 Elmslie, Kenward, 1975 - 1995.
56 2 Eshleman, Clayton (Editor - SULFUR), 1976 - 2000.
56 3 Essman, Eric, 1999 - 2005.
56 4 Everding, Kelly (Art director - RAIN TAXI), 2001.
56 5 Everson, Bill, 1978.
56 6 F- Miscellaneous.
56 7 Felson, Larry, 1976.
56 8 Fisher, David.
56 9 Flynn, Nancy, 1975 - 1984.
56 10 Ford, Hermine and Bob Moscowitz, 1980 - 2005.
56 11 Frankel, Judy (Editor - FEMINIST POETICS), 1983.
56 12 Fried, Ricki, 1974 - 1980.
56 13 Friedman, Susan, 2002.
56 14 Frietag, Kornelia, 1997 - 2001.
56 15 Frost, Elizabeth, 1998 - 2005.
56 16 Frym, Gloria.
56 17 Fugami, Clyde, 1977.
56 18 G- Miscellaneous.
56 19 Gadjusek, Robin.
56 20 Gangel, Sue, 2000 - 2005.
56 21 Gardiner, Leonard (Novelist - FAT CITY).
56 22 Garrison, Phillip, 1977 - 1982.
56 23 Gevirtz, Susan, 1995 - 2005.
56 24 Gilbert, Celia, 1975 - 1977.
56 25 Gilmartin, Steve, 2001 - 2002.
56 26 Gladman, Renee, 2000 - 2001.
56 27 Gluck, Bob, 1978 - 2005.
56 28 Gluck, Louise, 1975 - 1976.
56 29 Golding, Alan.
56 30 Goldoni, Annalisa. Includes MELVILLE.
56 31 Graham, Jorie, 1983 - 1996.
56 32 Grahan, Judy.
56 33 Granary Books (Steve Clay).
56 34 Grand, Ian.
56 35 Green, Paul (Editor - SPECTACULAR DISEASES).
56 36 Greenberg, Arielle, 2000 - 2002.
56 37 Greenstreet, Kate.
56 38 Gregory, Eileen, 1998 - 2004.
56 39 Gretton, Francis.
56 40 Griffin, Susan.
56 41 Grimes, Andrea, 2000 - 2003.
56 42 Groffsky, Maxine, 1975 - 1976.
56 43 Grossman, Jules, 1975 - 1980.
57 1 Guest, Barbara, 1976 - 2005.
57 2 H- Miscellaneous.
57 3 Hacker, Marilyn.
57 4 Hall, Barbara and Oakley, 2003.
57 5 Hall, Donald, 1980 - 1982.
57 6 Halpern, Daniel (Editor - ECCO BOOKS).
57 7 Halprin, Anna.
57 8 Hampl, Patricia.
57 9 Hanson, Kenneth.
57 10 Harris, Marie, 1976 - 1983.
57 11 Harryman, Carla, 1999 - 2003.
57 12 Hass, Robert.
57 13 Hatlen, Burton (Editor - SAGE TRIEB, National Poetry Foundation), 1999 - 2005.
57 14 Hayden, Mary Ann, 1982 - 2004.
57 15 Hejinian, Lyn (Editor - MAGRITTE SERIES), 1978 - 2001.
57 16 Helle, Anita, 2004.
57 17 Heuving, Jeanne, 1996 - 2001.
57 18 Heuving, Jeanne, 2002 - 2005. Includes various notes on manuscripts by Kathleen Fraser.
57 19 Hillman, Brenda, 2001 - 2003.
57 20 Hillman, James, 1978.
57 21 Hinton, Laura, 2004.
57 22 Hitchcock, George (Publisher - CHANGE OF ADDRESS and IN DEFIANCE OF THE RAINS), 1978.
57 23 Hogan, Desmond, 1978 - 1981.
57 24 Hogue, Cynthia (Editor - HOW2), 1999 - 2001. Includes book reviews.
57 25 Hogue, Cynthia (Editor - HOW2), 2002 - 2005.
58 1 Hollenberg, Donna.
58 2 Hollo, Jane Dalrymple, 2000 - 2004.
58 3 Honeman, Maude, 1979.
58 4 Hooven, Coille, 2001 - 2003.
58 5 Houston, Beth.
58 6 Howe, Fanny, 1979 - 2004.
58 7 Howe, Susan, 2000 - 2004.
58 8 Howell, Christopher.
58 9 Iliescu, Sandra, 1997 - 2002.
58 10 Iowa Writer's Workshop, 1970.
58 11 J- Miscellaneous.
58 12 Jaffe, Sherril, 1976.
58 13 Jaffer, Frances (Editor - HOW(EVER)).
58 14 Jenkins, Edith. Includes "Thinking of Edith", a memoir of Edith Jenkins by Kathleen Fraser.
58 15 Jensen, Laura, 1977.
58 16 Jepson, Andrea, 1980 - 1981.
58 17 Johnson, Alastair, 2004.
58 18 Johnson, Diane, 2000.
58 19 Joron, Andrew, 2003 - 2005.
58 20 Joseph, Jenny.
58 21 Juhasz, Suzanne.
58 22 K- Miscellaneous.
58 23 Kaplan, Allan, 1972.
58 24 Kaufman, Robert, 2002 - 2003.
58 25 Kaufman, Shirley.
58 26 Keelan, Claudia, 2003 - 2004.
58 27 Keller, Lyn, 2000.
58 28 Keltner, Dick and Jeanne, 1976 - 1983.
58 29 Kennedy, David.
58 30 Kicknosway, Faye, 1975 - 1976.
58 31 Killian, Kevin and Dodie Bellamy, 1982 - 2003.
58 32 Kim, Myung Mi (Co-editor - HOW(EVER)), 2001 - 2005.
58 33 Kimmelman, Burt, 2004.
58 34 Kinnahan, Linda, 1994 - 2005.
58 35 Kirkpatrick, Patricia and Bart Schneider, 1975 - 2005.
58 36 Kleinzahler, August.
58 37 Koestenbaum, Phyllis, 1976 - 1977.
58 38 Kolodny, Annette, 1975 - 1982.
58 39 Kowit, Steve.
58 40 Kray, Elizabeth (Beth).
58 41 Krusoe, James, 1979.
58 42 Kunitz, Stanley, 1975.
58 43 Kush, S.S., 2004.
58 44 L- Miscellaneous.
58 45 La Polla, Franco, 1983 - 1984.
58 46 Lauterbach, Ann, 1982.
58 47 Lawrence, Lisa, 1982 - 2005.
58 48 Lazer, Hank, 1999 - 2005.
59 1 Lederman, Stephanie Brody.
59 2 Lentini, James, 2000 - 2005. Includes text and music for "Mother Songs".
59 3 Lesser, Rika, 2001 - 2004.
59 4 Levertov, Denise, 1976 - 1978.
59 5 Lieberman, Marcia, 2003 - 2005.
59 6 Lish, Gordon, 1977 - 1979.
59 7 Lorberer, Eric (Editor - RAIN TAXI), 2004 - 2005.
59 8 Lubeski, Lori, 1999 - 2001.
59 9 Lundquist, Sara, 1999 - 2004.
59 10 Luria, Lynn Sukenick, 1974 - 1979.
59 11 M- Miscellaneous.
59 12 MacAdams, Lewis, 1974 - 1977.
59 13 Machlin, Dan (Editor - FUTUREPOEM BOOKS), 2003 - 2004.
59 14 Mackenzie, Geraldine, 2004.
59 15 Mandel, Tom. Includes "Ancestral".
59 16 Markotic, Nicole, 2000.
59 17 Marlatt, Daphne, 1983 - 1995.
59 18 Marren, John, 1975 - 2004.
59 19 Marshall, Jack, 1975.
59 20 Martin, Carl, 1992.
59 21 Matteson, Rick, 2000.
59 22 Matteson, Robert, 1978 - 1979.
59 23 Matteson, Sumner, 2001 - 2002.
59 24 Matthews, Bill (University of Colorado - English Department), 1975.
59 25 Mayer, Bernadette, 1983.
59 26 McCabe, Susan, 2001 - 2002.
59 27 McCloud, Linda.
59 28 McCorkle, James, 2000 - 2005.
59 29 McCullough, Fran (Editor at Harper's Row for WHAT I WANT and NEW SHOES), 1979 - 1980.
59 30 McHale, Brian, 2000 - 2005.
59 31 McHugh, Heather, 1997.
59 32 McNaughton, Duncan, 2000.
59 33 McVarish, Emily, 2002.
59 34 Melchert, Jim, 2003.
59 35 Michaels, Katharine Ogden, 2000 - 2004.
59 36 Michaels, Leonard, 2002.
59 37 Middlebrook, Diane, 2000.
59 38 Miles, Josephine.
59 39 Miller, Christanne, 2004.
59 40 Miller, Jane, 1981 - 2005.
59 41 Mioko, Fujieda, 1979.
59 42 Moore, James, 1975 - 1976.
59 43 Moore, Richard, 1994.
59 44 Morbiducci, Marina (Translator for ETRUSCAN PAGES), 1997 - 2005.
59 45 Morresi, Renata, 2001 - 2003.
59 46 Morris, Adelaide (Dee), 2002.
59 47 Morrison, Rusty (Editor - OMNIDAWN), 2000 - 2002.
59 48 Morrison, Yedda, 2003.
59 49 Mosley, Walter, 1998.
60 1 Mossin, Andrew (Editor - TO), 1994 - 2000.
60 2 Moxley, Jennifer and Steve Evans, 2000.
60 3 Muske, Carol, 1976 - 2004.
60 4 Myles, Eileen, 2003.
60 5 N- Miscellaneous.
60 6 Nakayasu, Sawako (Translation editor for HOW2), 2000 - 2002.
60 7 Naylor, Paul.
60 8 Neilson, Christine.
60 9 Nelson, Ralph (aka Leroy Kazel), 2001.
60 10 Nicholls, Peter, 2000 - 2005.
60 11 Nichols, Robert.
60 12 Niccolai, Giulia, 1984.
60 13 Nin, Anais, 1973.
60 14 Notley, Alice, 1976.
60 15 Nowak, Mark (Editor - XIC POETICS).
60 16 Nower, Joyce, 1977 - 1983.
60 17 O- Miscellaneous.
60 18 O'Connell, Bonnie Pratt (Publisher - LITTLE NOTES TO YOU FROM LUCAS STREET).
60 19 O'Hehir, Diana, 1983.
60 20 O'Leary, Peter, 2002 - 2003.
60 21 Olsen, Tillie, 1977.
60 22 Oppen, Mary, 1975 - 1978.
60 23 Orlen, Steve and Gail Marcus, 1977 - 1980. Includes slides.
60 24 Osman, Jena (Co-editor - CHAIN), 2000.
60 25 Overmeyer, Eric, 1974 - 2001.
60 26 Owens, Rochelle, 2001.
60 27 P- Miscellaneous.
60 28 Padgett, Ron, 1977.
60 29 Paley, Grace, 1977 - 1978.
60 30 Palmer, Michael, 1976.
60 31 Penberthy, Jenny, 1991 - 2004.
60 32 Perloff, Marjorie, 1978 - 2004.
60 33 Pickney, Darryl.
60 34 Pitchford, Kenneth and Robin Morgan, 1978 - 1982.
60 35 The Poetry Center.
60 36 Pomeroy, Chuck (Editor - THE OCCIDENTAL).
60 37 Powell, Doug, 2000 - 2003.
60 38 Powell, Jim, 1998.
60 39 Prado, Holly, 1975 - 1976.
60 40 Presley, Frances, 2000 - 2001.
60 41 PRIMARY WRITING, 1999 - 2002.
60 42 Pritchett, Patrick, 1999 - 2005.
60 43 Pujol, Esteban, 2002. Includes JUEGOS DE ARTIFICIO.
60 44 Quartermain, Peter and Meredith, 1999 - 2005. Includes "Matter" by Meredith Quartermain.
61 1 R- Miscellaneous.
61 2 Rabinowitz, Paula, 1983.
61 3 Radko, Tom, 2000 - 2001.
61 4 Rainer, Yvonne, 2000.
61 5 Randall, Margaret and Sergio Mondragon (Editors - EL CORNO EMPLUMADO), 1966.
61 6 Randolph, Leonard, 1973 - 1975.
61 7 Ratcliffe, Stephen, 2003 - 2004.
61 8 Reckin, Anna, 2000 - 2001.
61 9 Reiner, Marian, 1998 - 2004.
61 10 Retallack, Joan, 2004 - 2005.
61 11 Rich, Adrienne, 1973 - 2004.
61 12 Riding, Laura.
61 13 Riley, Denise.
61 14 Riley, Peter, 2000. Includes SAINT' ALVISE.
61 15 Robbins, Jack Lloyd, 1993 - 2000.
61 16 Robinson, Elizabeth, 2005.
61 17 Rodefer, Stephen, 1982 - 1983.
61 18 Ronk, Martha, 1995 - 2004.
61 19 Rosenwasser, Rena (Editor - KELSEY STREET PRESS), 1999 - 2003.
61 20 Rothenberg, Albert, M.D.
61 21 Russo, Linda (Editor - VERDURE), 2000 - 2005.
61 22 Ryf, Robert, 1974 - 1979.
61 23 S- Miscellaneous.
61 24 Sadoff, Ira, 1975 - 1983.
61 25 Salloy, Mona Lisa, 1982 - 1983.
61 26 Salter, James, 1976.
61 27 Sanders, Ed and Daniel Kane.
61 28 Sandner, Donald, 1978.
61 29 Scalapino, Leslie, 1999 - 2000.
61 30 Schmidt, Robert (THE SACRAMENTO BEE Journalist), 1981.
61 31 Schulman, Grace, 1977.
61 32 Schultz, Kathy-Lou, 2000 - 2003.
61 33 Schwerner, Armand, 1976.
61 34 Scott, Gail, 1999 - 2003.
61 35 Sears, Peter, 1974 - 2004.
61 36 Seifert, Mary Ellen.
61 37 Shein, Keith and David Arnold, 1978.
61 38 Shelton, Lois, 1976 - 1980.
61 39 Shepherd, Reginald, 2004 - 2005.
61 40 Shin, Sun Yung, 2003 - 2004.
61 41 Shufran, Lauren, 2003 - 2005.
61 42 Siegfried, Carlo, 2004 - 2005.
61 43 Siklianos, Eleni, 2004.
61 44 Silkin, Jon, 1977.
61 45 Silliman, Ron, 1977 - 2004.
61 46 Simic, Charles, 1973 - 1975.
62 1 Skolmick, Irene, 1975 - 2004.
62 2 Slater, Deborah, 1988 - 1994.
62 3 Sloan, Mary Margaret, 1980 - 2003.
62 4 Smallfield, Ed (Editor - APOGEE PRESS), 1999 - 2004.
62 5 Small Press Traffic.
62 6 Smith, Annette, 1980 - 2003.
62 7 Smith, Patrick, 1977 - 1979.
62 8 Spahr, Juliana (Co-editor - CHAIN), 1999 - 2001.
62 9 Spero, Nancy, 1991 - 2002.
62 10 Spivack, Kathleen, 1976 - 1981.
62 11 Spivak, Gayatri, 1982.
62 12 Standiford, Les, 1978.
62 13 Starbuck, George, 1978.
62 14 Stengal, Jill (Published 20TH CENTURY), 2000 - 2001.
62 15 Stolloff, Carolyn, 1975.
62 16 Strand, Mark, 1978.
62 17 Stricker, Meredith (Co-editor of final volume of HOW(EVER)), 2000 - 2005.
62 18 Sullivan, Gary, 2002.
62 19 Sunley, Madeline, 1999 - 2001.
62 20 Swenson, Cole, 2001 - 2003.
62 21 Szymaszek, Stacy, 2002 - 2004.
62 22 T- Miscellaneous.
62 23 Taggart, John, 1979.
62 24 Tena, Gonzalo and Roccia, 2000 - 2002.
62 25 Thomas, Lorenzo, 2001.
62 26 Tick, Stanley.
62 27 Trachtenberg, Amy, 2004 - 2006.
62 28 Tranter, John (Editor - JACKET), 1999 - 2004.
62 29 Treadwell-Jackson, Elizabeth, 2000 - 2003.
62 30 Trent, Luke, 1994 - 1998.
62 31 Tuggle, Mike, 1973.
62 32 Tysh, Chris, 2001 - 2003.
62 33 U- Miscellaneous.
62 34 Ugolini, JoAnn, 2000 - 2005.
62 35 Upton, Lawrence, 2001.
63 1 V- Miscellaneous.
63 2 Vaeth, Kim, 1979 - 1980.
63 3 Valentine, Jean, 1999 - 2005.
63 4 Vickery, Ann (Editor - HOW2), 1998 - 2003.
63 5 W- Miscellaneous.
63 6 Wakoski, Diane, 1968 - 1975.
63 7 Waldman, Anne, 1999 - 2005.
63 8 Walsh, Charlie, 1974 - 1983.
63 9 Walton, Kathy, 1978.
63 10 Warren, Robert Penn, 1977.
63 11 Warren, Rosanna, 2001.
63 12 Wasserman, JoAnn (Managing editor - HOW2), 1998 - 2005.
63 13 Watten, Barrett, 1982.
63 14 Webster, Brenda, 1998 - 2000.
63 15 Weiner, Hannah, 1983.
63 16 Weiner, Joshua, 1995.
63 17 Weiners, John, 1974.
63 18 Weinstein, Norm, 2004.
63 19 Welish, Marjorie, 2002.
63 20 Weltner, Peter, 2001 - 2004.
63 21 Werthimer, Julia Reisz, 1979 - 1981.
63 22 Wessner, Laura, 1976 - 1981.
63 23 Wheeler, Susan, 1996 - 2005.
63 24 White, Margorie Taggart, 1965.
63 25 Willis, Elizabeth, 2000 - 2002.
63 26 Wolsak, Lissa, 2004.
63 27 Woodland Pattern Book Center, 2005.
63 28 Woodruff, Cheryl, 1974 - 2003.
63 29 Y- Miscellaneous.
63 30 Young, Stephanie, 2003.
63 31 Z- Miscellaneous.
63 32 Zier, Alison.
63 33 Ziony, Ruth, 1978 - 1980.

HOW2 ONLINE JOURNAL MATERIALS

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Correspondence

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63 34 Correspondence and notes with editorial board, 1998 - 2001.
63 35 Correspondence with feminist critics, 1999. Includes Michele Leggot and Hannah Moeckel-Ricke.
63 36 Correspondence with literary magazines requesting work, 1972 - 1999.
64 1 Correspondence with potential postcard contributors, HOW2, 1999 - 2002.
64 2 Correspondence with Rutgers University concerning electronic archive, 1998 - 1999.
64 3 Bancroft Library, 1995.
64 4 Fagan, Kate, second editor, HOW2, 2001 - 2005.
64 5 Olsen, Redell, managing editor, HOW2, 2000 - 2005.
64 6 Sims, Roberta, webmaster, HOW2, 1999 - 2000.
64 7 Wasserman, JoAnn, managing editor, HOW2, volume 1, 1999 - 2000.

Production Materials

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64 8 HOW2 Volume 1, Number 1 (March 1999) - Critical reading responses, announcements, correspondence, and notes, 1998 - 1999.
64 9 HOW2 Volume 1, Number 1 (March 1999) - Correspondence, 1998 - 1999.
64 10 HOW2 Volume 1, Number 1 (March 1999) - Correspondence with the authors, 1998 - 1999.
64 11 HOW2 Volume 1, Number 1 (March 1999) - Notes on developing texts in progress, 1989 - 1999.
64 12 HOW2 Volume 1, Number 1 (March 1999) - "Postcards" and forum texts, 1998 - 1999.
64 13 HOW2 Volume 1, Number 2 (September 1999) - Correspondence and notes, 1998 - 1999.
65 1 HOW2 Volume 1, Number 2 (September 1999) - Text copy of website, correspondence, notes, and announcements, 1998 - 1999. Includes essay by Jeanne Heauving.
65 2 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 3 (February 2000) - Correspondence and notes, 1999 - 2000.
65 3 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 3 (February 2000) - Notes, 1999 - 2000.
65 4 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 3 (February 2000) - Typescripts and working poems, 1999 - 2000. Part 1.
65 5 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 3 (February 2000) - Typescripts and working poems, 1999 - 2000. Part 2.
65 6 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 4 (June 2000) - Correspondence, notes, and typescripts, 1999 - 2000. Part 1.
65 7 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 4 (June 2000) - Correspondence, notes, and typescripts, 1999 - 2000. Part 2.
66 1 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 4 (June 2000) - "Postcards" and contributing editor correspondence, 1999 - 2000.
66 2 HOW2, Volume 1, Number 5 (August 2000) - Material held over to next issue, 2000. Correspondence and work by Frances Presley, Elizabeth James, and interview by Paul Vangelisti.
66 3 Visuals for online version, 1999. Includes notes and launch announcement.

WRITINGS BY FRASER

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Collected Poetry - Published

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66 4 20TH CENTURY (2000) - Typescripts drafts of poems, 2000. Include paper design choices.
66 5 TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE: POETRY AND INNOVATIVE NECESSITY (2000) - Correspondence and publicity data, 1999 - 2000.
66 6 H I DDE VIOLETH I DDE VIOLET (2003) - Correspondence, 2003.
66 7 H I DDE VIOLETH I DDE VIOLET (2003) - Original poem text and mockups, 2003. Includes book cover and type design mockups.
66 8 H I DDE VIOLETH I DDE VIOLET (2003) - Drafts and notes constructing 30-35 wall pieces. Also includes photographs of Kathleen Fraser collaging.
66 9 DISCRETE CATEGORIES FORCED INTO COUPLING (2004) - Typescript draft with edits, 2003.
66 10 DISCRETE CATEGORIES FORCED INTO COUPLING (2004) - Typescript draft with edits, 2004. Includes two versions.
67 1 DISCRETE CATEGORIES FORCED INTO COUPLING (2004) - Page proofs, 2004.
67 2 DISCRETE CATEGORIES FORCED INTO COUPLING (2004) - Draft for select poems and complete manuscript, 2004.
67 3 DISCRETE CATEGORIES FORCED INTO COUPLING (2004) - Correspondence, 2003 - 2004.

Uncollected Poetry and Prose

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67 4 AD NOTEBOOKS - Poem drafts, 1995. Includes notes, typescript and handwritten drafts and research materials.
67 5 In Momentum: Ric Caddel, 2003. Published in JACKET - Memoir section for Ric Caddel.
67 6 Parallel Body - Unpublished bound manuscript. Three longer poems from manuscript plus "New Time" published into WHEN TIME FOLDS UP.
67 7 Perturbed Dialogues in David Bromige's 'Six of One, Half-a-Dozen of the Other', May, 2003. Published in JACKET.
67 8 Witnessing, 2001. Published in TALISMAN by Ed Poster, Winter, 2005 - Russian translation issue.
67 9 Miscellaneous handwritten notes.
67 10 Miscellaneous poem drafts, 1983 - 2005.
67 11 Miscellaneous typescripts.

Translations

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67 12 Kathleen Fraser in dialogo con Marina Camboni, SMERILLIANA 5, 2005. Includes translation "Kathleen Fraser: poesie scelte" and interview with Kathleen Fraser by Marina Camboni and correspondence.
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67 13 Letters to Young Poets - Project anthology, 2005. Includes correspondence between Kathleen Fraser and Patrick Pritchett.
68 1 NEW YIPES Reader - Compiled by Kathleen Fraser, September, 2005. Curated by David Larsen.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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68 2 California College of the Arts - "UnWriting Writing" - Graduate writing seminar, 2001 - 2003. Includes handout and research materials.
68 3 California College of the Arts - "UnWriting Writing" - Graduate writing seminar, 2004. Includes syllabus, handouts, and research materials.
68 4 New College Poetics Program - Graduate seminar, 1998. Includes syllabus.
68 5 Private teaching seminars - "Text:You:Are", 1993 - 1999.

CONFERENCES

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68 6 3rd Annual Conference of the Modernist Studies Association, Houston, Texas, October 12-15, 2001. "Modernist Influence on Contemporary Poetry" - Reading and discussion.
68 7 21st Annual New Music and Art Festival, Bowling Green State University, October 26-28, 2000. "Translating the Unspeakable: Poetry and the Innovative Necessity" - Lecture.
68 8 Brittannia Assocation Conference: "I Cantastorie", Pescara, Italy, 2001.
68 9 Cambridge Conference of Contemporary Poetry, Trinity College, Cambridge, April 27-29, 2001. Kathleen Fraser - Reader.
68 10 Franco La Polla Graduate talk, University of Bologna. Includes "Towards a Poetics of Continuous Identity Construction" notes.
68 11 International Symoposium in Honour of Denis Donoghue: Transatlantic Poetics and the Discipline of Literature. Queen's University, Belfast, Ireland, June 12-14, 2003. "Poets and Writers" - Roundtable discussions.
68 12 Lorine Niedecker: A Centenary Celebration, Milwaukee, WI, October 9-11, 2003. Kathleen Fraser - Reader.
68 13 Modernist Studies Assocation Fourth Annual Conference, Madison, WI, October-November 3, 2002. "Resisting Type: The Practice of Double Identity" - Panelist.
68 14 Modernist Studies Assocation Fifth Annual Conference, Birmingham, UK, September 25-28, 2003. "Networking Women, Subjects, Places, Links Europe-America" - Panelist.
68 15 Modernist Studies Assocation Sixth Annual Conference, Vancouver, Canada, October 21-21, 2004.
69 1 Naropa Summer Writing Program, Denver, Colorado, June 24-30, 2002. Panelist and "The Secret Life of a Convicted Lyric Poet" - Lecturer.
69 2 National Poetry Foundation Conference - "The Opening Field", University of Maine, 2000. Kathleen Fraser poetry reading.
69 3 Networking Women International Conference, Macerata, March 25-27, 2002. "Missing Persons: Making Modernist Women Visible" - Lecture.
69 4 New Modernisms Conference, Penn State, October 7-10, 1999. "Lorine Niedecker: The Modernist Who Was Not One" - Talk. Includes multiple drafts.
69 5 Page Mothers Conference, University of California, San Diego, March 5-7, 1999. "A Little Big History" - Speaker. Includes drafts of speech.
69 6 Poetry Center event, San Francisco, Fall, 2003. Includes drafts of "Gratitude" speech.
69 7 Royal Holloway visit, London, UK, 2002.
69 8 Translating the Unspeakable: Poetry and the Innovative Necessity, University of London, March 8, 2000. Talk and reading.
69 9 Tucson Poetry Festival XXII: Poetry and Painting, Arizona, October 6-9, 2005. Reader and judge of 22nd Annual Statewide Poetry Contest.
69 10 University of New York, Buffalo - Visit, poetry reading, February 28-March 1, 2001.
69 11 Visit to Madrid, 2002. Includes readings and talks for Esteban Pujols.
69 12 Woodland Pattern Book Center - Reading, Milwaukee, WI, November, 2004. Includes audio recording.

INTERVIEWS WITH/BY FRASER AND ARTICLES ON FRASER

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69 13 Interviews with Kathleen Fraser, 1998 - 2003. Includes correspondence and transcript text.
69 14 IN HER WORDS: CONTEMPORARY WOMAN POETS (WORKS AND INTERVIEWS), University of Iowa Press, Fall, 2006. Interview with Kathleen Fraser and Barbara Guest by Cynthia Hogue and Elizabeth Frost.
69 15 INTO FORM: A CONVERSATION: Kathleen Fraser and Lauren Shufran, VERDANA, Issue 7, April 14, 2005. Includes correspondence and transcript edits - Part 1-2, 2003.
69 16 INTO FORM: A CONVERSATION: Kathleen Fraser and Lauren Shufran, VERDANA, Issue 7, April 14, 2005. Includes transcript edits - Part 3, 2003.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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70 1 Biographical material. Includes newspaper articles.
70 2 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship Award, 1979 - 1981. Includes application material and correspondence.
70 3 KELSEY ST. PRESS - Advisory board, 1983 - 2006. Includes correspondence and meeting minutes.
70 4 Miscellaneous art and reading posters - Others.
70 5 National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship Grant - Award letter, 1977.
70 6 Reading announcements, 1996 - 2000. Includes correspondence, flyers, and research.
70 7 Reading announcements, 2001 - 2005. Includes correspondence, flyers and research material.
70 8 Reviews for DISCRETE CATEGORIES FORCED INTO COUPLING, 2004.
70 9 Reviews for TRANSLATING THE UNSPEAKABLE: POETRY AND INNOVATIVE NECESSITY - Essays by Kathleen Fraser, 2000 - 2001.
70 10 Works published in literary journals, 2000 - 2002.

AUDIORECORDINGS

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70 11 Fraser, Kathleen and James Lentini - "Mother Songs" - Performance poems by Fraser. James Lentini - guitar and Dana Lentini - soprano. Audiocassette tape, 90 minutes.
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70 12 Fraser, Kathleen - Interview for KPFA by Jack Foley, Oakland, CA, December 18, 1997. Part 1 and 2. Broadcast on February, 1998. Audiocassette tape, 60 minutes.
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