Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
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 poems written by Anne Harding Woodworth (1943- ) between 1978 and 2017. Woodworth is a poet who has been most active in the Washington D.C. area. Woodworth has written five books of poetry and four chapbooks. In addition to her time as a poet, Woodworth was also the co-chair of the Poetry Board at the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Collection consists of administrative files, correspondence, newsletters, manuscripts, videotape cassettes and audiotape cassettes dating from 1976-93 focusing primarily on writers who lived in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan area during this period. The "Carousel" publications trace the development of the Writer's Center community for almost 18 years.
This collection contains correspondence, flyers,publications and other material relating the Poets against the War organization.
This collection contains poetry, correspondence, art work, and publications related to the life and work of Devy Bendit a local poet and lawyer. The material is dated from 1970-85.
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 includes resources related to the literary life of author and educator Faye Moskowitz.The records cover the years 1962-2007 with the bulk being from 1983-2003.
Collection contains audio cassettes, CD-ROMs, literary journals, anthologies, plays, video cassettes, and magnetic audiotape reels. These electronic audio and video recordings produced between 1976 and 2000s. The audio recordings are of famous primarily local poets that Grace Cavalieri interviewed on her radio program The Poet and the Poem and an earlier radio show titled Poetry from the City. These shows date from the middle 1970s through the present.
This collection contains postcards and fliers related to poetry readings and other performances by Holly Bass and other local poets and writers.
This collection contains the personal files of Jean Nordhaus and the organizational files for the Capitol Hill Poetry Group. The Capitol Hill Poetry Group is a critique group that was co-founded by Nordhaus along with Shirley Cochrane in Washington, DC in 1975. The collection covers the period of 1975-2013, and includes personal, administrative, event-related, and creative documents.
This collection contains literary publications. Each folder has a list of publication titles included. These materials date from 1966-2007.
This collection contains manuscripts, cover art, correspondence, drafts, critiques, fliers. Much of the material relates to two works by McCombs, Territories and Habit of Fire. The material dates from 1989-2008. There is also a small file for the reading series Kensington Row Bookshop which McCombs runs.
This collection contains programs, correspondence, articles and other miscellanies amassed by D.C. poet Kim Roberts pertaining to over 250 Washington D.C. poets.
This collection contains documents from Kwame Alexander and his two publishing companies - BlackWords Press and Alexander Publishing Group. The collection ranges in dates from 1990 until 2007.
This collection includes poetry and a novel in verse written by Mel Belin.
This collection contains records of the St. Mary's Literary Festival and other literary materials produced and gathered by Michael Glaser (1943-) from 1969-2007. Dr. Michael Glaser was the co-founder and director of the festival, and professor of English at St. Mary's College of Maryland from 1970-2008.
This collection contains correspondence, bank statements, and membership information. These records date from 1987-1997 with the bulk falling between 1996-1997. These records come from Jeffrey Brown who served as treasurer of the committee during the late 1990s.
This collection contains poetry, correspondence, book manuscripts, event programs, weekly planners, brochures, conference information, grant proposals, submissions to publications, clippings, and organizational records. The material dates from 1985 to 2018 but the bulk of the material dates from 1997 to 2017. These are the papers and records of the poet and activist Sarah Browning.
Clifford Bernier is a Washington D.C. area poet. The bulk of these papers are newspaper announcements for poetry events that he was involved with. Also included are three compact discs of his works.
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 postcards, fliers, and poems related to poetry readings and other performances by Toni Asante Lightfoot and other local poets and writers.
This collection contains programs, lists, a cd, meeting minutes, posters,and broadsides. These 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.
Wooden Teeth is GW’s premier visual arts and literary student publication, soliciting contributions from GW students, faculty, and staff of both written and visual works. Beginning life in the 1970’s as the Rock Creek Review, Wooden Teeth is now published bi-annually at the end of each spring and fall semester. Material in this collection range in date from 1978-2015.
This collection consists of nine issues of the Woodwind publication. The later issues are dated in the early 1970s. The earlier issues do not have dates. The issues have poetry, essays photography, advertisements and reviews of music and films. The artists featured were often local to Washington, DC