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Collection Overview This collection contains broadsides printed by Pressed Wafer, many of which commemorate poetry readings at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and other institutions in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Some of these broadsides have been signed by the poet. The collection also includes several posters advertising poetry readings in Boston and Cambridge.
Scope and Contents This collection contains correspondence, lessons plans, poetry, slides, and a diary related to Nancy Venable Raine's work as poet-in-residence at the Fitzgerald School in Cambridge, Mass. in 1980-81. It also includes a 16mm film biography of the artist Maud Morgan that Raine directed with Ricky Leacock.
Collection Overview This collection contains the broadsides, cartoons, publications, and poetry of Michael Shapiro. His particular interest is American Yiddish poets from the early twentieth century. These poets include Anna Margolin (b. Rosa Lebensboym), Rachel Korn, Celia Dropkin, and Moishe-Leib Halpern. English translations of the poets are included with the artwork. “Don’t Think I’ve Changed,” by Margolin is from Drunk From the Bitter Truth, translated by Shirley Kumove. “On the Other Side of the Poem,” by...
Collection Overview This collection contains printed material, correspondence, broadsides, photographs, and VHS and DVDs of poetry readings that represent the history of the Grolier Poetry Book Shop under Louisa Solano’s ownership. Of interest are the series of folders titled “Envelopes” (under Correspondence in Series 1: Subject Files, 1973-2013) in which poets sent their latest releases to Solano with notes. The Grolier Poetry Prize program brochures (Series 1: Subject Files, 1973-2013) list the year’s winner...
Collection Overview This collection contains journals, pamphlets, and books either written by or published by Eddy Toussaint Tontongi through Trilingual Press. The publications, which include poems, essays, and translations, are bilingual (English/Haitian Creole or French/Haitian Creole) or trilingual (English/French/Haitian Creole) and promote the Haitian Creole language or describe the Haitian Diaspora in the Boston area. The Trilingual Press publishes poetry, novels, essays, and translations.
- Cambridge (Mass.) 4
- Arts on the Line (Cambridge, Mass.) 1
- Cader, Terri 1
- Cambridge Arts Council (Cambridge, Mass.) 1
- Corbett, William, 1942- 1
- Dowley, Jennifer 1
- Dropkin, Celia, 1888-1956 1
- Fitzgerald School (Cambridge, Mass.) 1
- Glanz-Leyeless, A. (Aaron), 1889-1966 1
- Grolier Poetry Book Shop 1
- Guy, Tonton 1
- Halpern, Moshe Leib, 1886-1932 1
- Korn, Rachel H. (Rachel Häring), 1898-1982 1
- Mahoney, Paul F. 1
- Margolin, Anna 1
- Murphy, Joseph 1
- Newbury Street Theater 1
- Pressed Wafer (Firm) 1
- Raine, Nancy Venable 1
- Shapiro, Michael, 1948 October 13- 1
- Solano, Louisa 1
- Tanbou 1
- Tontongi 1
- Toussaint, Eddy (Eddy Pierre) 1
- Trilingual Press 1 ∧ less