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8vo; wrappers with portrait photo on cover of Marilyn Hacker. Full page typed letter starts briefly on winter blues & ruptured love followed by a full paragraph on work [inundated], Ellingham's unpublished "The Wounded Laurel", a veto of her submissions to the Little Magazine collective by new "conservative elements" on the magazine staff two of whom she mentions, describing frustration with their obstinacy . . ."Collectivity has it's drawbacks."More on visiting friends, opera, food and literature. In the post card she reports hanging out with the literary/political dyke community, living four blocks from the beach, a bikini, lavender sunglasses, plastic beach sandals, etc.
Includes four pieces by Hacker as well as similar offerings from Judy Katz-Levine, Robley Wilson, Jr., Jayne Anne Phillips, Stephen Tudor, Tom Disch, Judith Graff, and Jeff Morris.
Title: Open Places, Number 27. With t.l.s. (c. 1980-81) by featured poet Marilyn Hacker to colleague Lew Ellingham; also an autograph post card signed, by Hacker to Ellingham from Rio De Janeiro, March, 1981.
Publisher: [Columbia, MO], Stephens College: Spring, 1979
Book Condition: Fine condition
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: 1711
Keywords: Poetry Small Press Literature Gay Literature