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Guide to the English Intelligencer Archive
ca. 1966-1968
 MSS 12 MSS.012

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Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: The English Intelligencer (Firm)
Title: English Intelligencer Archive
Dates [inclusive]: ca. 1966-1968
Abstract: 'The English Intelligencer' was a small, low budget poetry magazine originally conceived by its editors, Andrew Crozier and Peter Riley to draw together various "avant garde," English poets. The magazine promoted work that was strongly influenced by the work of American contemporaries such as Tom Raworth, Lee Harwood, Jim Burns, and Tom Pickard and was inspired perhaps by Tom Clark's 'Once' series of magazines. The 'English Intelligencer' Archive is a collection of correspondence and manuscripts to, as well as some of 'The English Intelligencer' publications. Collection highlights include manuscripts/letters written by Peter Armstrong, Elaine Feinstein, Barry McSweeney, John Jay, and J. G. Ballard.
Quantity: 1 Linear Feet (4 boxes)
Call Phrase: MSS.012