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Prado's journals may not be viewed without written permission from Holly Prado. Also, documents containing personal information are restricted until 2088. Redacted copies remain and may be consulted.

Abstract

The Holly Prado Papers include material spanning the career of poet Holly Prado, from examples of early efforts written in her youth in the 1950s, through her professional work into the early 2000s, with the greatest portion of material dating from the 1970s and 1990s. Prado's personal journals, dating from 1960 - 1999, make up the largest portion of the collection. Influenced by Jungian psychology, Prado has described journals an important tool for "nourishing" her writing. The second largest group of material consists of poetry, sometimes including more than one draft, annotations, and corrections. The balance of the collection includes personal and professional correspondence, notes, and materials relating to Prado's active involvement with teaching and literary events.

Biography

Poet Holly Prado was born in 1938 in Lincoln, Nebraska. She received a B.A. from Albion College in 1960. After graduating, she moved to Los Angeles, where she remained to become an active, influential member of the Southern California literary community as a poet, educator, and regular participant in live poetry readings and literary events. She married actor and poet Harry Northup in 1990.

Prado has been involved in poetry and literary education for all age groups since the mid-1960s. She taught English at John Marshall High School in Los Angeles (1965-1972), participated in a Poetry in the Schools Program sponsored by the Department of Labor and National Endowment for the Arts (1973-1974), and has taught numerous writing workshops offered through a variety of schools and organizations. As of 2006 she is included as a faculty member of the University of Southern California Master of Professional Writing Program.

Prado began writing for publication while still in college, but attributes a 1970 writing workshop taught by Alvaro Cardona-Hine with helping her develop her mature style. Prado's first published collection was Nothing Breaks Off at the Edge (1976). Her other published collections include Losses (1977), Specific Mysteries (1990), Esperanza: Poems for Orpheus (1998), and These Mirrors Prove It: Selected Poems and Prose, 1970-2003 (2005). Her poetry has also appeared in various anthologies, poetry journals, and magazines such as Ms. and Rolling Stone. In addition to poetry, Prado has contributed essays and reviews to several periodicals, notably the Los Angeles Times Book Review, and published two books of prose, Feasts (1976) and Gardens (1985). Prado became a founding member of the Cahuenga Press Poets Publishing Cooperative in 1989 with James Cushing, Phoebe MacAdams, and Harry Northup.

Prado's work is often noted for her use of a mythic voice and references to classical myths and mysteries. In the introduction to her collection Greatest Hits (2000), she described the work in Specific Mysteries and Word Rituals (released as a spoken word recording in 1993) as "ceremonies making words sacred." Jungian psychology has also had a significant influence on Prado's work, especially her enthusiasm for keeping personal journals. In the literary journal Chrysalis (no. 7, 1979) she discussed personal journaling as an important tool for keeping in touch with the unconscious, developing intuitiveness, and exploring emotional states without self-censoring, as well as a means of "nourishing" writing intended for publication. Her personal journals record thoughts, experiences, and dreams and sometimes include drawings, photographs, or ephemera.

Scope and Content of Collection

Accession Processed in 2006

The Holly Prado Papers include material spanning the career of Holly Prado, from examples of early efforts written in her youth in the 1950s, through her professional work into the late 1990s, with the greatest portion of material dating from the 1970s and 1980s. Prado's personal journals make up the largest portion of the collection. The second largest group of material consists of poetry, sometimes including more than one draft, annotations and corrections. The balance of the collection includes correspondence, notes, and materials relating to Prado's active involvement with teaching and literary events.

The collection is arranged in ten series: 1) BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, 2) CORRESPONDENCE, 3) WRITINGS, 4) NOTES, 5) READINGS, 6) TEACHING MATERIALS, 7) CONFERENCES, 8) JOURNALS, 9) WRITINGS BY OTHERS, and 10) MISCELLANEOUS.

SERIES 1: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

The BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS series contains material providing general background on Holly Prado's life and career. It includes drafts of her resumes from the 1970s through late 1980s, brief biographies, a grant application, and newspaper clippings of articles about Prado.

SERIES 2: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series includes personal and professional correspondence. Given Prado's active involvement with poetry publications and acquaintance with other writers, professional and personal may overlap, with personal letters from friends occasionally including comments on Prado's work. Query letters to poetry journals and magazines are also present.

SERIES 3: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series chiefly consists of Prado's poetry, typically in typescript form, sometimes annotated. Some examples of Prado's earliest writing efforts from the 1950s and early 1960s are also present, including work Prado submitted for publication while still a student at Albion College and clippings of a column Prado wrote for the Albion College student newspaper.

The series is arranged in six subseries: A) Childhood and Early Writings, B) Student Work, C) Poems, D) Poetry Collections, E) Poetry Miscellaneous, and F) Prose.

A) The Childhood and Early Writings subseries includes material Prado describes in a note as writing created "before I had any idea I could have a writing life." Earliest material includes poems from the early 1950s. Short prose and a one act play are also present.

B) The Student Work subseries primarily includes short prose written while Prado was a student at Albion College, between 1954 and 1960, writing under her given name, Holly Johnson. Several clippings of her column for the Albion College student newspaper, The Pleiad, are also included. A paper, written for a Contemporary American Literature class taught by Peter Marin at Cal State, Los Angeles, is located is this subseries as well.

C) The Poems subseries includes individual poems and prose-poems, finished and unfinished, some in more than one version. Poems are typically typed, occasionally with handwritten annotations, and date from the late 1970s to early 1990s.

D) The Poetry Collections subseries includes groups of poems from Prado's files with a collective title. Some work is grouped thematically, some created as a poem cycle, and some grouped in collections intended for publication. Work dates from the 1970s to early 1990s.

E) The Poetry Miscellaneous subseries consists of poems and prose-poems from Prado's files grouped to represent various date spans. The largest portion of material dates from the 1970s.

F) The Prose subseries includes several works of short prose, typed drafts and newspaper clippings of Prado's reviews for the Los Angeles Times, and a draft of her unpublished novel The Bright Obvious from 1989.

SERIES 4: NOTES

The NOTES series chiefly consists of notepads which Prado and her husband, actor and poet Harry Northup, kept by their bedside between 1980 and 1995. On the notepads Prado and Northup shared thoughts, feelings, observations, and short messages. The subseries also includes a small amount of Prado's writing notes, notes from and about classes she attended in 1963 and 1964, and some working lists of material she had submitted for publication and information about sources for grants and awards.

SERIES 5: READINGS

The READINGS series includes preparatory material and annotated poems used for live readings during the 1970s and 1980s.

SERIES 6: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series includes preparatory material for writing workshops led by Prado, and courses for which Prado was a guest lecturer.

SERIES 7: CONFERENCES

The CONFERENCES series chiefly consists of notes and organizational material for conferences in which Prado participated. The largest amount of material relates to the Woman's Words Conference (1975), including promotional materials which Prado helped create and a packet of writings by various authors who participated in the conference.

SERIES 8: JOURNALS

The JOURNALS series comprises the largest amount of material in the collection. Prado's personal journals date from 1960 through 1999. Influenced by Jungian psychology, Prado has described journals an important tool for "nourishing" her writing. They record thoughts, experiences, and dreams, and sometimes include drawings, photographs, or ephemera. Some journals deal specifically with trips Prado took, or dreams and are typically handwritten.

This series is restricted. Patrons must obtain written permission from Holly Prado before viewing these journals.

SERIES 9: WRITINGS BY OTHERS

The WRITINGS BY OTHERS series includes a small selection of material, chiefly short prose, by authors other than Prado on subjects of interest to her. Works of particular note in this series are essays written by students evaluating Prado's writing.

SERIES 10: MISCELLANEOUS

The MISCELLANEOUS series includes material relating to a memorial service for poet Leland Hickman; a collection of newspaper clippings, correspondence and other material relating to a dispute between Los Angeles area poets and the Los Angeles Times Book Review, which led to an organized demonstration in 1988; an abstract photograph; a calendar; and miscellaneous publication announcements.

Accession Processed in 2008

The accession processed in 2008 compliments the previous accession. It includes material spanning Prado's work mainly through the 1980s and 1990s. It is arranged in four series: 11) CORRESPONDENCE, 12) WRITINGS, 13) READINGS, and 14) JOURNALS.

SERIES 11: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series includes personal and private correspondece from 1988-2007. It includes letters with publishers, as well as personal correspondence that may also include professional comments.

SERIES 12: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series consists chiefly of Prado's poetry collections as well as works published in other journals. It is arranged in four subseries: A) Poetry Collections, B) Prose, C) Works Within Journals, and D) Miscellaneous.

A) The Poetry Collections subseries includes collections of poems compiled under one title, including Prado's works American Poetry and Orpheus. The work spans from 1991 through 2003.

B) The Prose subseries includes essays and publishing information on Prado's novel Gardens, 1982 through 1987.

C) The Works Within Journals are instances of Prado's work in other publications, from 1973 through 2006.

D) The Miscellaneous subseries includes essays written by others on Prado's work and other unnamed writing projects.

SERIES 13: READINGS

The READINGS series includes annotated materials used for live readings during the 1990s.

SERIES 14: JOURNALS

The JOURNALS series includes Prado's personal journals from 1999 to 2004. All are titled by date span. The journals are typically handwritten and occasionally include drawings and clippings. This series is restricted. Patrons must obtain written permission from Holly Prado before viewing these journals.

Accession Processed in 2006

BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

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1 1 Biographies and resumes, 1974 - 1991.
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1 2 Newspaper clippings, 1960 - 1991.
Photographs.
1 3 Prado, Holly, 1973 - 1976.
1 4 Prado, Holly and Judy Brown, 1975.
1 5 Shatterproof Press Poetry Production and Social Action Award, 1987.

CORRESPONDENCE

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1 6 A -- Miscellaneous.
1 7 Alwan, Ameen, 1976.
1 8 Apple (David Curry), 1971.
1 9 Atlantic Monthly, 1973 - 1974.
1 10 B -- Miscellaneous.
1 11 Brooks, Elaine, 1970 - 1978.
1 12 Brown, Judy, 1972 - 1976.
1 13 Brown, Rob, 1975 - 1977.
1 14 C -- Miscellaneous.
1 15 Caterpillar (Clayton Eshleman), 1970 - 1971.
1 16 Dacotah Territory (Mark Vinz), 1971.
1 17 Eisky, Herb, undated.
1 18 Fire Exit (Bill Corbett), 1973.
1 19 G -- Miscellaneous.
1 20 H -- Miscellaneous.
1 21 Hickman, Leland (Lee), 1977.
1 22 Hill, Diane, 1991.
1 23 Hudson Review (Erin Seely), 1980.
1 24 Hughes, Barbara, 1975 - 1977.
1 25 Ironwood (Michael Cuddihy), 1974.
1 26 K -- Miscellaneous.
1 27 Kayak (George Hitchcock), 1970.
1 28 L -- Miscellaneous.
1 29 Lamp in the Spine (Patricia Hampl), 1974.
1 30 Lifson, Martha, 1976 - 1980.
1 31 M -- Miscellaneous.
1 32 Margins (Angela Peckenpaugh), 1974.
1 33 Miles, Jack, 1985 - 1988.
1 34 Minnisota Review (C.W. Truesdale), 1972 - 1973.
1 35 Mohr, Bill, 1976 - 1977.
1 36 Moore, Jim, 1971 - 1976.
1 37 Ms., 1974 - 1996.
1 38 N -- Miscellaneous.
1 39 New Republic, 1970.
1 40 New Yorker, 1970.
1 41 Nin, Anaïs, ca. 1973.
Northup, Harry.
1 42 1979 - Includes note, "Postcards from Harry Northup to Holly Prado while Harry worked on the movie Tom Horn".
1 43 1979 - 1980 - Includes note, "Postcards from Harry Northup to Holly Prado while Harry worked on the movie Used Cars".
1 44 1981 - 1983.
1 45 O -- Miscellaneous.
1 46 P -- Miscellaneous.
1 47 Pebble (Greg Kuzma), 1971.
1 48 Q -- Miscellaneous.
1 49 Robertson, Kell, 1972 - 1973.
1 50 Rolling Stone, 1971 - 1973.
1 51 S -- Miscellaneous.
1 52 Samuel, Jean, 1974 - 1986.
1 53 Stoltzfus, Ben, 1988 - 1989.
2 1 T -- Miscellaneous.
2 2 Townsend, Alison -- Includes notes on Island, 1980 - 1989.
2 3 U -- Miscellaneous.
2 4 Weatherby, Terry, 1975.
2 5 Unidentified correspondents.

WRITINGS

Childhood and Early Writings

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2 6 1952 - 1969.
2 7 Undated.

Student Work

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2 8-10 Prose written at Albion College, 1954-1960 & undated.
2 11 "Wallace Stevens and Paul Klee" - Written at Cal State, Los Angeles, May 1966.
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2 12 10 pm, 1977 - 1979.
2 13 1965: What I Have Not Said About the House on MacBeth Street, 1978 - 1992.
2 14 Art, 1988.
2 15 Climate: A Letter for Harry, 1978.
2 16 Coming Back, ca. 1976.
2 17 Dwarf, 1988 - 1990.
2 18 Dream of Frog Christ, unfinished, 1990.
2 19 For Judy, Driving from Los Angeles to Ojai Right Now, ca 1975.
2 20 Gathering, 1992.
2 21 The Griffith Park Observatory: A Ritual, 1978.
2 22 Hades Wife, unfinished, 1992.
2 23 A Life of Service, 1987.
2 24 Literature, 1987.
2 25 Natives, unfinished, 1987.
3 1 Romance, 1987.
3 2 Stone, ca. 1990.
3 3 Truth, 1987.
3 4 What is it in Us that Almost Sees Itself: A Serenade for Cat, 1978 - 1995.

Poetry Collections

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3 5 Astrologer Poems, 1973 - 1974.
3 6-7 Dream Combinations, 1982 & undated.
Dream Fictions.
3 8 Stones, 1988 - 1991.
3 9 Marla and the Singer, 1990 - 1991.
3 10 Finished Dream Fictions, 1991.
3 11 Dreams to possibly work with as fiction, 1991.
3 12 Earned Gifts, ca. 1975.
3 13-14 From One to the Next - Drafts, 1989 & undated.
3 15 Introductions: 15 Morning Love Stories, undated.
3 16-20 Island - Drafts and notes, 1989.
Luna.
3 21 Originals, 1984 - 1986.
3 22 Rewrites, 1986 - 1987.
3 23 Selections, undated.
Marriage Poems.
3 24 Drafts, 1990.
4 1-2 Drafts & poems not used, 1990 - 1991.
4 3 Myth/Muse Poems, 1986.
4 4 Novels About England and France, 1976.
4 5-6 Poems on the Mooncycle - Groups 1 & 2, 1989.
4 7 S'Associent Dans Une Menage a Trois Scandaluese, with Michael C. Ford and Neal Spiegel, ca. 1975.
4 8 Soft Essays: Explorations of the Creative Process, undated.
Specific Mysteries.
4 9 Drafts, 1978 - 1979.
4 10 Incomplete manuscript, 1979 - 1980.
4 11 A Book of a Year, 1979 - 1980.
4 12 Revision without corrections, 1989.
4 13 Revision with corrections, 1989.
Includes notes and book jacket material.
4 14 Two poems published in Analytic Psychology Club of Los Angeles Bulletin, 1981 - 1982.
4 15 The Word in the Middle of the Body - Unpublished typescript, ca. 1980.
Word Rituals.
4 16-17 Drafts & poems considered but not used, 1983 - 1993.
5 1-2 Undated.

Poetry Miscellaneous

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5 3 1970.
5 4 From Prado's file "Completed Poems", 1970.
5 5 Sketchbook including drawings and poetry, 1970s.
5 6-11 1970 - 1976.
5 12-13 1972 - 1986.
6 1-5 1976 - 1991.
6 6 Undated.
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6 7 To Approach Poetry, Fiction, and Symbolic Sense, 1989.
6 8-9 Bright Obvious, June 1989.
6 10 Eucalyptus, 1985.
6 11 Fortunes, 1987.
6 12 Guesses, undated.
6 13 Looking Toward America's Third Century: The Artist as Harpo Marx -- And More, undated.
Los Angeles Times - Book reviews.
6 14 Typescripts, 1985 - 1986.
6 15 Newspaper clippings, 1976 - 1989.
6 16 Luke Stone's Sister, undated.
6 17 Mankind magazine - Book reviews and article, 1976 - 1977.
7 1 Moonglow, undated.
7 2 On Censorship, 1989.
7 3 The Other Side of the Family, 1987.
7 4 A Plain Story, undated.
7 5 Romance, undated.
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7 6-14 1980 - 1988.
7 15-16 1990 - 1991.
7 17 1993.
7 18-19 1995 - 1996.
7 20 Class notes, 1963 - 1964.
7 21 Grants and awards.
7 22 Lists of work submitted for publication, 1970 - 1989.
7 23-24 Notebooks (2), 1971 - 1972.
7 25 Miscellaneous.
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8 1 Open readings - Beyond Baroque, 1980.
Miscellaneous.
8 2 1972 - 1988.
8 3 From Prado's file "Pieces About Writing from Various Readings", 1979 - 1987.
8 4 1980 - 1988.
8 5 1990 - 1993.
8 6-7 Reading announcements, 1971 - 1991 & undated.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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8 8 Los Angeles Council of English Teachers talk, 1985.
8 9 Olivia's classes, 1985.
8 10 Whitman, Walt - Session for course taught by Bob Peters, July 1989.
8 11-12 Writing workshops, 1976 - 1990.

CONFERENCES

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8 13 Beyond Baroque panel on "The Politics of the Politics of Poetry," 1990.
8 14 The Diary, the Journal, the Autobiography conference - Reprint of article, "Journal Writing: Where it Can Go From Where It is," by Prado, published in New 44, May 1977.
8 15 Writing Inside Out, 1992.
Woman's Words.
8 16 Organizational correspondence, 1974 - 1975.
8 17 Organizational notes.
8 18 Organizational material drafts, 1974 - 1975.
8 19 Promotional material.
8 20 Writings, various authors, 1975.
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9 1 1960, 1960.
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9 2 1962, Acting with Jeff Corey.
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9 3-4 1964 - 1966.
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9 5 1966, English 140.
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9 6 1967.
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9 7-8 1972.
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10 1-9 1973 - 1977.
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11 1-8 1977 - 1978.
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12 1-10 1978 - 1979.
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13 1-10 1979 - 1981.
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14 1-10 1981 - 1982.
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15 1-11 1982 - 1983.
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16 1-12 1983 - 1984.
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17 1-11 1984 - 1985.
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18 1-12 1985 - 1986.
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19 1-12 1986 - 1987.
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20 1-13 1987 - 1988.
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21 1-14 1988 - 1989.
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22 1-13 1990 - 1991.
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23 1-14 1991 - 1992.
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24 1-15 1992 - 1993.
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25 1-17 1993 - 1995.
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26 1-17 1995 - 1997.
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27 1-18 1997 - 1998.
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28A 1-7 1998 - 2000.
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28A 8 Responses to reading journals, 1999.
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WRITINGS BY OTHERS

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28B 1 Cooper, Dennis and Mark Watt. "It's a Small World: Los Angeles Poets," Gosh!, November 1978.
28B 2 Cushing, Jimm. "L.A. Poets Drive Alone on Metaphysical Freeway," Reader (Los Angeles free weekly), June 10, 1983.
28B 3 Davenport, Gary. "The Contemporary Novel of Sensibility," The Sewanee Review, Fall 1986.
28B 4 Delp, Laurel. "The License to Write: L.A.'s Poets Start a New Tradition of Their Own," Los Angeles Herald Examiner, January 31, 1982.
28B 5 Doubiago, Sharon. [review] Poetry Loves Poetry: An Anthology of Los Angeles Poets, edited by Bill Mohr. Electum Magazine, Fall/Winter 1987.
28B 6 Hampl, Patricia. "A Woman's Journal: Where Public and Private Merge," Literata, April 21, 1975.
28B 7 Koval, Amy. "Prado's 'Bread Worth Eating' Explains Process, Outcome of Self Satisfaction," New York Times, ca. 1990.
28B 8 Margolis, Susan. "100 American Seducers on Their Craft and Sullen Art," Rolling Stone, August 16, 1973.
28B 9 Nolan, Tom. "The Storytellers," Los Angeles (March 1987): 86-95.
28B 10 Northup, Harry - Miscellaneous notes and poetry, 1977 - 1985.
28B 11 Schwarz, John. "Everything at the Same Time", ca. 1980.
28B 12 Zweig, Paul. "The Art of Poetry", undated.
28B 13 On Hearing Holly Read Her Poem, undated.
28B 14 Poems and broadsides - Miscellaneous, 1975 - 1989.
28B 15 Student essays on Prado's work, 1991.

MISCELLANEOUS

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28B 16 FB-411-04 Davis, Marshall. The Rhythm Bridge - B&W photograph with inscription on reverse "For Holly Prado", 1980.
28B 17 Hickman, Leland - Memorial service, August 3, 1991.
28B 18 Los Angeles Times Book Review dispute, 1987 - 1989.
28B 19 Publication announcements, 1971 - 1985.
28B 20 FB-411-05 Whole Woman Calendar, 1978.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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29 1 Ann, Maude, 2006.
29 2 Bartels, Sanora, 2006.
29 3 Daniels, Gannon, 2006.
29 4 Garcia, L. Alexandra, 2006.
29 5 Harris, John.
29 6 LA Writers Series, undated.
29 7 Lecrivain, Marie, 2006.
29 8 Mekler and Deahl Publishers, 1997.
29 9 Mohr, William, 2007.
29 10 S - Miscellaneous.
29 11 Samuel, Jean, 2006.
29 12 Stafford, William, 1999.
29 13 Taus, Roger, 2006.
29 14-16 Townsend, Alison, 1988 - 2006.
29 17 Zager, Ray, 2004.
29 18 Unidentified correspondents.

WRITINGS

Poetry Collections

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American Poetry.
American Food.
29 19 Drafts, 1996.
29 20 Selections for New Rivers Press & revisions, 1997.
29 21 "Copy to read from", August 1997.
29 22 Final draft, 1997.
American Love.
29 23 Draft, 1996.
30 1 Final versions, 1996.
30 2 Poetry chapbook competition, 1996.
30 3-10 Parts 1-4, 1995 - 1997.
31 1 Part 5, 1995.
31 2 Original notebook with final drafts, 1994 - 1997.
31 3 Revisions, 2003.
31 4-9 For Harry, ca. 2001.
31 10 Greatest Hits, 1976-2000.
31 11 Horizon: For my Nebraska, 1997.
31 12 Luna's Poems, 1997.
Orpheus.
31 13 Notes, 1990 - 1993.
32 1 Poems in progress, 1991 - 1992.
32 2 Unused drafts, 1993.
32 3-6 Drafts of finished poems, 1992 - 1993.
32 7-8 Blood Becomes Seed, 1992, 1994.
32 9 Introduction, 1994.
33 1 Philomene's class, UCLA, 1993.
33 2 Magazine submissions, 1993 - 1996.
33 3 Press submissions, 1995 - 1997.
33 4 Prayer Poems, undated.
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Gardens.
33 5 Correspondence, including manuscripts, 1982 - 1985.
33 6 Publishing documents and reviews, 1983 - 1987.
33 7 Green, 1994.
33 8 Marla, October 18, 2000.
33 9 Miscellaneous prose, 2000 - 2001.
33 10 Water on Mars, December 7, 2000.
33 11-12 Where Have I Been?, 1998 - 1999.
34 1 Widswarth, December 26, 1993.

Works Within Journals

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34 2-4 Photocopies, 1973 - 2006.
34 5 Photocopies, undated.

Miscellaneous

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34 6 Essays on Prado's These Mirrors Prove It, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, 2005.
34 7 Miscellaneous choices to work on, January 18, 1993.
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34 8 American Poetry - American Food reading selections, 1996 - 1997.
34 9 Beyond Baroque, July 31, 1992.
34 10 Beyond Baroque - "Word Rituals", February 4, 1994.
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34 11 1999, December - 2000, January.
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35 1-12 2000 - 2002.
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36 1-12 2002 - 2004.
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