Book details

Publication date: January 2002
Features: Index.
Series: Bruce Peel Special Collections
Subject(s): LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Publishing, LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Publishing, Publishing industry & journalism, Literature, Reference, Poetry
Publisher(s): Bruce Peel Special Collections & Archives

Michael J. O'Driscoll. Michael O'Driscoll is Professor of English at the University of Alberta. His teaching and research interests include poetry and poetics, twentieth-century American literature, the history of the book, and critical and cultural theories. In addition to numerous articles, he has co-edited After Postructuralism: Writing the Intellectual History of Theory (2002) with Tilottama Rajan.

Jason Dewinetz. Jason Dewinetz is a writer, editor, typographer, printer, publisher, and educator originally from, and now living back in, the Okanagan Valley. He is the author of Clench (Gaspereau Press), Moving to the Clear(NeWest Press), The Gift of a Good Knife (Outlaw Editions), and In Theory (above/ground press). He runs Greenboathouse Press. Jason is currently an instructor in English, Creative Writing and Publication Design at Okanagan College.

"[This publication] covers some ninety-four broadsides, pamphlets, and books published between 1966 (a broadside by Bukowski) and 1970 (10 Poems for 10 Poets by Gerald Malanga, one of Andy Warhol's Factory crew). The material is meticulously described, file by file, and typically the files contain much the same material for each book: manuscripts, proofs, drawings, file copies of the book, and letters from the writers.... [The project] will be of great use to everyone who studies postmodern American poetry."

Bruce Whiteman, Bibliographical Society of Canada

Leab Exhibition Award (Division II) from the Rare Books and Manuscripts Section (ACRL)
ISBNs: 9781551953878 978-1-55195-387-8 Title: a bibliography of the black sparrow press archive bruce peel special collections library university of alberta