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Ann Brewer Knox was a Washington D.C. area writer and teacher of poetry and short fiction. Her writings were widely published in journals and books. This collection contains drafts of poetry and short stories, book manuscripts, publications, personal journals, correspondence, publication, teaching and other professional materials, clippings, and floppy disks documenting her personal and professional writing career. The bulk of the material dates from 1977 to 2011.
This collection contains oral histories (recordings and transcripts) with local poets E. Ethelbert Miller, Kim Roberts, and Sarah Browning. Daniel Schwarz conducted these interviews as part of a course assignment while he was a student at American University.
Elisavietta (Lisa) Ritchie's fiction, poetry, creative non-fiction, photographs, and translations from Russian and French have appeared in numerous publications. This collection includes various drafts and publications of poems and stories written by Ritchie. It also contains correspondence to and from Ritchie, including letters from her parents and correspondence written in Russian. The collection dates from 1964-2014.
This collection contains poetry, speeches, photographs, books, and audio recordings related to the literary life of Sylvia Dianne Beverly also known as Ladi Di. The material dates from 1962-2018.
This collection contains flyers and brochures from spoken word poetry events in washington, D.C. The collection also includes one image of local spoken word poets. The image was taken in the late 1990s. These material dates from 1996-2005. These items were compiled by Washington D.C. spoken word poet, T. Patrick Washington, also know as Black Picasso.
This collection contains published poetical works collected by Tina Darragh. The collected works include works by Tina Darragh and her conteporaries.
This collection contains programs, lists, a cd, meeting minutes, posters,fliers, award certifiates, photographs, and broadsides. Much of the materials came to Special Collections from members of the dc poetry community. Not one donation were enough for a stand-alone collection. This collection was created by Special Collections staff as one location to store these materials with like content. This artificial collection was formed in 2013, but the material dates from 1968-2019.