Mona Van Duyn Papers 1942-1995
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VI. Printed materials and magazines [series]:   
Scope: Consists of magazines, broadsides, books, 2 posters announcing readings by Van Duyn, catalog for the Hyam Plutzik exhibit at University of Rochester, and correspondence with Pomegranate Press. Also includes Lives and Deaths of the Poets and Non-Poets [poetry collection].


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VI.1. Printed Materials   
Scope: Consists of broadsides, posters, books and anthologies.


 
Audiberti, Jacques. Noel . West Branch, IA: Cummington Press, 1965. 1964. (Christmas card poem. includes translation of poem by Harry Duncan; poem reprinted as Christmas card, from Duncan 1964.)
 
Balaban, John. Walking down in Cebolla Canyon. Greensboro, NC: Unicorn Press, 1980. (folded broadside. inscribed by Balaban.)
 
Bridges, Robert. St. Augustine's confessions IX, 10 . West Branch, IA: Cummington Press, 1969. (foldered broadside prose. inscribed by Harry Duncan; reprinted on Christmas card from Duncan.)
 
Duncan, Harry. The Firs . [sine locus]: [privately printed], 1981. (folded broadside. sent as a Christmas greeting.)
 
Goldbarth, Albert. Driving Central Texas . [sine locus]: Folger Evening Poetry Series, 1980-1981. 1981: April 7. (broadside. filed in Ser. I.2.a. with TLS from Goldbarth,)
 
Green, Kate. The Bell in the Silent Body . St. Peter, MN: Minnesota Writer's Published House, 1977. (poetry collection.)
 
Hadas, Pamela White. Tambourine . St. Louis, MO: Washington University, 1967. (wrappers. Jointly written with Howard Schwartz; anthology dedicated to Mona Van Duyn.)
 
Kizer, Carolyn Ashley. Lovemusic . Peshawar: [privately printed], 1964. (broadside. filed in Ser. I.1.a. with ALS from Kizer, 1965: Jan. 1.)
 
Knoepfle, Peggy. Brainchild . Springfield, IL: Medium, 1973. (wrappers. women's poetry anthology; inscribed to Mona Van Duyn.)
 
Legler, Philip. At Presque Isle . Marquette, MI: Northern Michigan University, 1970. (poemcard. inscribed by Legler.)
 
Logan, John. On Our Lord's Nativity . West Branch, IA: Cummington Press, 1954. (Christmas card poem. poem reprinted on Christmas card, 1971, from Harry and Nancy Duncan.)
 
Moss, Howard. Travel: A Window . [sine locus]: Albondocani Press, 1973. (Christmas card poem. Inscribed by author; poem sent as holiday greeting from Moss.)
 
Pastan, Linda.
 
Aspects of Eve . New York City, NY: Liveright, 1975. (poetry collection. book is uncorrected page proof.)
 
Detail from the Altar Piece at Ghent . [sine locus]: privately printed, n.d. (broadside. inscribed, signed by Pastan.)
 
In the Barn . [sine locus]. privately printed, 1975. (broadside)
 
Piercy, Marge. Early Ripening . an American women's poetry anthology. 1981. (Van Duyn's Letters from a Father on p.241.)
 
Plutzik, Hyam. On Hearing that My Poems were Being Studied in a Distant Place . Vineyard Haven, MA: Salt-Works Press, 1982. (broadside.)
 
Slesinger, Warren. Wooden Rose . [sine locus]: Unicorn Press, n.d. (poemcard. privately published; filed in Ser. I.2.a. on verso of ACS from Slesinger, 1981: May 6.)
 
Squires, Radcliffe. New Year's Day at the End of a Decade . [sine locus]: privately printed, 1972. (Christmas card poem. poem reprinted as Christmas card from Nancy and Harry Duncan.)
 
Summers, Hollis Sprugeon. The Innkeepers . [sine locus]: privately printed, n.d. (folded broadside.)
 
Van Duyn, Mona.
 
Elementary Attitudes . [sine locus]: privately printed, n.d. (folded broadside.)
 
If It Be Not I [collected poems 1959-82]. Alfred A. Knopf, 1993 . (uncorrected proof.)
 
In the Missouri Ozarks . North Cambridge, MA: Pomegranate Press, 1975. (broadside. 3 copies all signed by Van Duyn and artist.)
 
Pieta, Rhenish, 14th c., the Cloisters . [sine locus]: privately printed, n.d. (broadside. sent as Christmas greetings; inscribed by Van Duyn.)
 
The Twins . [sine locus]. privately printed, n.d. (broadside. filed in oversize.)
 
What is to be Born Already Fidgets in the Stem (fl) . [sine locus]: privately printed, n.d. (folded broadside. initialed by Van Duyn.)
 
White, Jim. A Crow's Story of Deer (No. 26: Yes! Capra Chapbook Series). Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1974. (poetry collection. inscribed, signed by White.)
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VI. 2. Magazines 1944-1991   
Scope: Consists of 56 magazines containing works by Mona Van Duyn.


 
Accent . Urbana, IL.
 
Vol. 4, No. 3. (1944 Spring). (Contains a review, by Mona Van Duyn; bears the author's signature "Mona Thurston" on the front cover.)
 
Vol. 5, No. 3. (1945 Spring). (Contains a review, by Mona Van Duyn.)
 
American Prefaces . Iowa City, IA.
 
Vol. 8, No. 1. (1942 Autumn). (2 copies; issue contains 4 poems, by Van Duyn; laid in is an ANS from Van Duyn stating that this issue contains her "first publication in a national literary magazine;" issue bears her auto signature, "Mona Thurston," on the cover.)
 
Arizona Quarterly . Tucson, AZ.
 
Vol. 38, No. 1. (1982 Spring). (contains interview with James Merrill.)
 
The Atlantic .
 
Vol. 258, No. 3. (September 1988). contains Late Loving [poem], by Van Duyn on page 80.
 
The Carleton Miscellany . Northfield, MN.
 
Vol. 6, No. 5. (1965 Fall). contains To Poets' Worksheets in the Air-Conditioned Vault of the Library [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Chelsea . New York, NY.
 
No. 24-25. (October 1968). contains A Christmas Card, After the Assassination [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
College English .
 
Vol. 16, No. 1. (October 1954). Contains What's Happening to Prose [essay], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series .
 
Vol. 1, Vance Bourjarly featured.
 
Cottonwood Review . Lawrence, KS.
 
No. 24. (1981 Spring/Summer). contains Letters From a Father [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Critique . Minneapolis, MN.
 
Vol. 4, No. 2. (1961 Spring-Summer). contains Patterns and pilgrimage [essay], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Epoch. Ithaca, NY.
 
Vol. 2, (1953 Spring). contains To My Godson on His Christening [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Field . Oberlin, OH.
 
Vol. 2, (1953 Spring). contains Remedies, Maladies, Reasons [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Grand Street .
 
Vol. 6, No. 4. (1987 Summer). contains The Ferris Wheel [poem], by Mona Van Duyn on page 35.
 
Grassroots . Carbondale, IL.
 
Vol. 2, No. 1. (1970 Winter).
 
Iowa Woman .
 
Vol. 10, No. 4. (Winter (1990-1991). 10th Anniversary Issue.
 
Vol. 11, No. 3. (1991 Autumn). contains Minimalist Sonnet XV [poem], and Minimalist Sonnet XVI [poem], on page 19. also includes Interview: Marianne Abel with Mona Van Duyn, on page 18.
 
Jason . Salem, OR.
 
Vol. 3, No. 1. (1967 Spring).
 
The Kenyon Review . Gambier, OH.
 
Vol. 6, No. 3. (1944 Summer). contains Paratrooper [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 7, No. 4. (1945 Autumn). contains The Bell [story], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 31, No. 4. (1969). contains Footnotes to The Autobiography of Bertand Russell [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
The Malahat Review . Victoria, British Columbia.
 
No. 7. (July 1968). contains The Voyeur [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
The New Republic. Washington DC.
 
Vol. 164, No. 8. (February 20, 1971). contains The Talker [poem], by Mona Van Duyn
 
Vol. 195, No. 20. (November 17, 1986). contains Misers [poem], by Mona Van Duyn on page 47.
 
Vol. 199, No. 26. (December 26, 1988). contains Double Sonnet for Minimalists [poem], by Mona Van Duyn page 36.
 
North American Review .
 
Vol. 277, No. 3. [3 poems], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
The Ohio Review . Athens, OH.
 
Vol. 14, No. 2. (1973 Winter). Contains [2 poems], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
The Pen . Cedar Falls, IA.
 
Vol. 14, No. 2. (March 1942). Previous issue titled The Purple Pen ; this issue contains [3 pieces], by Mona Van Duyn; the title page bears the signatures of the magazine's staff.
 
Ploughshares .
 
Vol. 13, No. 4. (2 copies.)   
Scope: Mockingbird Month [poem], by Mona Van Duyn on page 130.


 
Poetry . Chicago, IL.
 
Vol. 64, No. 1. (April 1944). contains Two Traditions [review], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 64, No. 3. (June 1944). contains Five Worlds [review], by Mona van Duyn; bears her signature "Mona Thurston" on the cover.
 
Vol. 64, No. 6. (September 1944). contains Wartime Attitudes and Platitudes [review], by Mona Van Duyn; bears her signature "Mona Thurston" on the cover.
 
Vol. 83, No. 4. (January 1954). contains The Gentle Snorer [poem], and Death by Aesthetics [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 88, No. 4. (July 1956). contains Three Valentines to the Wide World [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 88, No. 5. (August 1956). contains A Wide Range [review], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 93, No. 3. (December 1958). contains A Serious Case [poem], and A Kind of Music [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 97, No. 2. (November 1960). contains Recovery [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. CXLIX, No. 2. (November 1986). (2 copies, [3 poems],)   
Scope: by Mona Van Duyn on page 76.


 
Vol. CLI, No. 1-2. 75th Anniversary Issue. contains A Bouquet of Zinnias [poem], by Mona Van Duyn on page 182.
 
Poetry Northwest . Seattle, WA.
 
Vol. 1, No. 2. (1959 Fall). contains A Relative and an Absolute [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 5, No. 5. (1964 Spring). contains [7 poems], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 7, No. 3. (1966 Autumn). contains Recovery [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
The Purple Pen . Cedar Falls, IA.
 
Vol. 14, No. 1. (November 1941). contains [3 pieces], by Mona Van Duyn; laid in is an ANS from Van Duyn stating that this issue contains her "first publication."
 
Quarterly Review of Literature . Annandale-on-Hudson, NY.
 
Vol. 14, No. 1-2. (1966). contains [6 poems], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Reflections . St. Louis, MO.
 
Vol. 10, (1961 Winter). contains An Essay on Criticism [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
River City .
 
Vol. 7, No. 1. (1989 Spring). contains The Block [poem], by Mona Van Duyn on page 2.
 
River Styx .
 
No. 23, (1989). contains At the New Orleans Zoo [poem], by Mona Van Duyn on page 19.
 
Senior Scholastic . New York, NY.
 
Vol. 44, No. 3. (1944). contains Call Your People, America [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
The Sewannee Review . Sewannee, TN.
 
Vol. 61, No. 3. (1953 Summer). contains Toward a Definition of Marriage [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
The Transatlantic Review . Rome.
 
(1959-1960 Winter). contains Pot-au-feu [poem], by Mona Van Duyn, with bookmark laid in.
 
Washington University Magazine . St. Louis, MO.
 
(November 1961). contains The Spoken Word [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Vol. 53, No. 2. contains article about Van Duyn on inside cover.
 
Western Review . Lawrence, KS.
 
Vol. 12, No. 3. (1948 Spring). contains New Land [poem], by Mona Van Duyn.
 
Whetstone . Philadelphia, PA.
 
Vol. 4, No. 3. (Old series). (1964). contains [2 poems], by Mona Van Duyn.
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