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Subseries 4.2
Printed material about Carson, 1976-2008
Box 34-38, 61-62; OP 13 - 21

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type.

Articles and Essays
Box Folder Content
34 9 "Belfast Confetti - der metallische Regen," in LVZ (Berlin), 29 June 1993 [See also Series 1: Correspondence from British Council, 2 July 1993] LVZ (Berlin), 29 June 1993 [See also Series 1: Correspondence from British Council, 2 July 1993]
34 10 "Carson's Sense of Place: His Way of Describing Belfast," by Ryoji Okuda in The Harp (IASIL-Japan Bulletin Vol. XIII), 1998
34 11 "Ciaran Carson: La Poesia Risonante,"and translations of "Letters from the Alphabet: H, O," "Auditque Vocatus Apollo," "Cave Quid Dicis, Cuando et Cui," "Omne Vivum ex Ovo," "X-Ray," "Zulu," by Roberto Bertoni in Linea d'ombra, September - October 1997; with TLS from Bertoni, 3 November 1997
- - "Ciaran Carson's Parturient Partition: The 'Crack' in MacNeice's 'More than Glass," by Guinn Batten in The Southern Review, summer 1995 [See Subseries 4.1: "The Riddle of the Sands"]
34 12 A City of the Mind: Belfast in the Writings of Ciaran Carson, University of Trieste thesis by Giulio Bonacci, 2000
34 13 "Coriandoli di Guerra, La Belfast Polifonica de Ciaran Carson," by Giovanni Pillonca in Il Manifesto, August 1998
61 12 Edinburgh International Book Festival, 20 August 2006
34 14 "The Evolving Art of Ciaran Carson," by Ben Howard in Shenandoah, Spring 1998
- - "Exploded Diagrams," by Caitríona O'Reilly in Dublin Review, autumn 2001 [See Subseries 4.1: "This is what libraries are for," by Carson]
34 15 "First Impressions, Second Thoughts," by David Burleigh in Haiku: Haiku Magazine in English (spring-summer 1991), with TLS from Burleigh, 28 May 1991
34 16 Gendaishi Techo, (October 2001) Japanese literary journal with article on Carson's Fishing for Amber; includes TLS from Nobuaki Tochigi, 27 October 2001 Fishing for Amber; includes TLS from Nobuaki Tochigi, 27 October 2001
34 17 "Hummable Sonnets, Brechtian Monologues," [review of The Twelfth of Never] by John Harley Williams in Poetry London, summer 2001 Poetry London, summer 2001
35 1 "Introduction to the Poetry of Ciaran Carson," by Nobuaki Tochigi in Eureka 2 (2000) [with translation into Japanese of "Antipodes" from Fishing for Amber]
OP13 - "The Irish Times - Aer Lingus 1990 Literature Prizes," The Irish Times, 8 September 1990 [folder also includes Carson's "Barfly" and "The Knee"] The Irish Times, 8 September 1990 [folder also includes Carson's "Barfly" and "The Knee"]
OP14 - "The Irony of Northern Ireland and the War With Words: A Conversation with Ciaran Carson," by Thomas Rain Crowe in The Blooomsbury Review, November/December 2000 [See also Subseries 2.6: interview of Ciaran Carson by Thomas Rain Crowe]
OP13 - "It's not so much about Belfast as of Belfast," The Irish Times, 13 October 1990
35 2 "Letters from the Alphabet: Carson's and Muldoon's Contingent Poetics," in Irish Poetry: Politics, History, Negotiation (1997) by Steven Matthews
61 13 "Mapping the Trenches: Gyres, Switchbacks and Zig-Zag Circles in W. B. Yeats and Ciaron Carson," by Frank Brearton in Irish Studies Review, 2001
61 14 "Narrative Metamorphoses in Ciaron Caron's Fishing for Amber: A Long Story" by Nobuaki Tochigi in the Journal of Irish Studies, September 2001 Journal of Irish Studies, September 2001
35 3 "Poesia Inglese: La Generazione Degli Anni Settanta," by Edoardo Zuccato in Poesia, September 1997 [includes translations of "Collecting Stamps," "Belfast Confetti," and "The Irish for No"]
35 4 "Quella pace critta sui muri," [interview of Carson] in l'Unita (Italian newspaper), 22 October 1996
35 5 "A Republic of Poets," by Michael Hartnett in The Irish Press (?), 1972 [review of Soundings 72, edited by Seamus Heaney and including selected Carson poems] Soundings 72, edited by Seamus Heaney and including selected Carson poems]
- - "Reeling with Words: Music and Intoxication in Ciaran Carson's Alphabetical Sequences," by Nobuaki Tochigi in The Harp (IASIL-Japan Bulletin Vol. XIII), 1998 [See Subseries 4.2: "Carson's Sense of Place," by Ryoji Okuda]
61 15 "'That Blank Month': Secrecy, Shibboleths, and Silence in Northern Irish Poetry,'" by David Wheatley in Journal of Modern Literature, 2002
- - "This is Radio Carson," by Michael Hinds in The Harp (IASIL-Japan Bulletin Vol. XIII), 1998 [See Subseries 4.2: "Carson's Sense of Place," by Ryoji Okuda]
35 6 "Tussen Aanhalingstekens: Over de Poëzie van Ciaran Carson," by Peter Nijmeijer in De Gids, October 1997
- - "War and Verse," by Thomas O'Dwyer in The Jerusalem Post, 11 June 1999 [See Subseries 4.2: OP15]
35 7 Assorted articles relating to Ciaran Carson [1976-2003]
OP15 - Assorted articles about Carson
Reviews and Clippings
35 8 Reviews and clippings of The New Estate (1976)
35 9 Reviews and clippings of Pocket Guide to Irish Traditional Music (1986)
35 10 Reviews and clippings of The Irish for No (1987)
OP16 - Reviews and clippings of The Irish for No (1987)
35 11 Reviews and clippings of Belfast Confetti (1989)
35 12 Reviews and clippings of First Language (1994)
OP17 - Reviews and clippings of First Language (1994)
35 13 Reviews and clippings of Opera Et Cetera (1996)
35 14 Reviews and clippings of Last Night's Fun (1996)
35 15 Reviews and clippings of The Star Factory (1997)
OP18 - Reviews and clippings of The Star Factory (1997)
35 16 Reviews and clippings of The Alexandrine Plan (1998)
35 17 Reviews and clippings of The Twelfth of Never (1998-2001)
35 18 Reviews and clippings of The Ballad of HMS Belfast (1999)
35 19 Reviews and clippings of The Best Poetry CD in the WorldEver! (1999)
35 20 Reviews and clippings of Fishing for Amber (2000)
OP19 - Reviews and clippings of Fishing for Amber (2000)
35 21 Reviews and clippings of Shamrock Tea (2001)
OP20 - Reviews and clippings of Shamrock Tea (2001)
61 16 Reviews and clippings of The Inferno (2002-2007)
61 17 Reviews and clippings of Breaking News (2003)
61 18 Reviews and clippings of The Midnight Court (2005)
61 19 Reviews and clippings of The Táin (2007)
61 20 Reviews and clippings of Bear in Mind These Dead (2008)
61 21 Reviews and clippings of For All We Know (2008)
Promotional Material
36 1 Bloodaxe Books
36 2 Farrar Straus Giroux
36 3 Gallery Press
36 4 Granta Books
36 5 Jonathan Cape
36 6 Poetry Book Society
36 7 Wake Forest University Press
36 8 Miscellaneous promotional materials
Readings and Appearances
36 9 Kirkland College (Clinton, NY) and Wake Forest University (Winston Salem, NC), from 4 March 1977
36 10 Newcastle University Literary Society, 16 February 1978
36 11 Grassroots Program of the North Carolina Arts Council, Irish Writers and Musicians, 19 March 1981
36 12 5th Orkney Traditional Folk Festival, Scotland, 21-24 May 1987
36 13 Oxford-Ireland Cultural Festival, 10-18 June 1988
36 14 The Irish for No--U.S. promotional tour, October 1988
36 15 The Smithsonian Institution, 25 October 1988
36 16 National Poetry Centre, London, 21 September 1989
36 17 St. Andrews Poetry Festival, Scotland, 20 April 1990
36 18 W. B. Yeats International Theatre Festival, 19 August 1990
OP21 - "Stories, Songs & Poems from Northern Ireland," Brussels, 12 December 1990
36 19 Irish Arts Festival in London, 14 February 1991
36 20 IASAIL, Netherlands, 9-13 July 1991
36 21 Scoil Shliabh gCuillinn, 13-15 November 1992
36 22 Festival of Irish Literature, Warsaw, 24-30 April 1993
36 23 The Honest Ulsterman, 25th Birthday Party, 20 May 1993
36 24 Festival de Musica Celta, Barcolona, 7-23 July 1993
36 25 Symposium on Contemporary Poetry, Ballyearl, Mossley, 19-21 November 1993
OP21 - The Academy of American Poets Reading, 3 May 1994
37 1 Canadian Association for Irish Studies Conference, 11-14 May 1994
37 2 The Hay Festival, Wales, 20-30 May 1994
37 3 Yeats International Summer School, Sligo, Ireland, 6-20 August 1994
37 4 British Studies Conference, Tallinn, Estonia, 27-28 August 1994
37 5 Aspects: A Celebration of Irish Writing, Bangor, 30 September 1994
37 6 Poetry International at South Bank Centre, London, 30 October 1994
37 7 An Evening of Irish Poetry, Emory University, 23 February 1995
37 8 Waterstone's Booksellers, 23 May 1995
37 9 Le voci della poesia, University of Bologna, 29 May 1995 [See also OP21 for publicity poster]
37 10 Milwaukee Irish Fest, 18-20 August 1995
37 11 World Poetry Festival, Huddersfield, England, 7 October 1995
37 12 Here's Us: Belfast First Festival of Writers and Writing, 12-15 October 1995
37 13 Blackstaff Press and the English Society, Queen's College, 2 November 1995
37 14 New Zealand International Festival of the Arts, 16 March 1996
37 15 L'imaginaire Irlandis, France, 22-27 March 1996
37 16 Glucksman Ireland House, NYU, May 1996
37 17 Birmingham Readers and Writers Festival, 10-18 May 1996
37 18 Waterstone's Booksellers, 23 May 1996
37 19 Spoleto Festival USA, 3 June 1996
OP21 - T. S. Eliot Prize 1996 Shortlist Readings, 12 January 1997
37 20 Stray Dog Café, Dublin, 27 April 1997
37 21 Poetry International Rotterdam, 20 June 1997
37 22 Sixth William Carleton Summer School, Clogher, Ireland, 4-7 August 1997
38 1 T. S. Eliot Prize award ceremony 1997, 19 January 1998
38 2 The Belfast Arts Awards, 20 March 1998
OP21 - "Irlande/Irlandes,"University of Paris, 25, 26 March 1998
38 3 Literairtheater Branoul, Denmark, 8 April 1998
38 4 The Yorkshire Post Literary Luncheon honoring The Star Factory as Book of the Year, Harrogate, 21 May 1998 The Star Factory as Book of the Year, Harrogate, 21 May 1998
38 5 Legnica Poetry Festival, Poland, 26 September 1998
38 6 Appalachian State University, 12 November 1998
38 7 University of Missouri-St. Louis, 17-18, November 1998
38 8 Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 18 November 1998
38 9 "Nights to Remember" at The Duke of York, Belfast 26 November 1998
38 10 Jerusalem International Poetry Festival, 5-7 June 1999
38 11 Aran Islands International Poetry and Prose Festival, 15-21 August 1999
38 12 Bucknell University, 18 October 1999 [See also OP21 for publicity poster]
38 13 Belfast Festival at Queens, 1 November 1999'
38 14 Celtic Connections, Glasgow, 11-28 January 2000
38 15 St. Donats Arts Center, Wales, 4 February 2000
38 16 The British Council in Poland, 9 March 2000
38 17 Finnegans Awake, San Francisco, 5-7 May 2000
38 18 ACIS, Limerick, 29 June 2000
38 19 Legnica Poetry Festival, Poland, 22-25 September 2000
38 20 Poetry International: "Versions of Dante," 6 October 2000
38 21 Benefit Night for James Simmons, 26 October 2000
38 22 Chicago Humanities Festival, NOW!, 2-12 November 2000
38 23 Stories, Poems and Songs from Northern Ireland, University of Augsburg, Berlin, 29-30 January 2001
38 24 University of Utrecht's New Irish Writing Symposium, the Netherlands, 6 February 2001
38 25 Creative Writers' Network Poetry Reading at Down Civic Arts Centre, 9 February 2001
61 22 American Conference for Irish Studies, the Southern Regional Meeting, 21 February 2001
38 26 Wake Forest University Irish Festival, 21 March 2001
38 27 Word 2001, University of Aberdeen Scottish Writers Festival, 18-20 May 2001
38 28 Mind's Eye Durham Literature Festival, 15 June 2001
38 29 Edinburgh International Book Festival, 14 August 2001
61 23 The T S Eliot Prize 2001, 14 January 2002
62 1 Poetry London Competition, 14 February 2002
38 30 Between the Lines: Belfast's Literary Festival, 20 March 2002
38 31 Bangor Arts Festival, 23 May 2002
38 32 Eighteenth International James Joyce Symposium, Trieste, 18 June 2002
62 2 University of Ulster, School of Languages and Literature, Symposium on Ciaron Carson, 12 September 2002
62 3 John Coffin Memorial Literary Readings at the University of London, 11 March 2003
62 4 The Society of Authors, the Cholmondeley Awards, 10 June 2003
62 5 Crossing Border Festival at the Royal Theatre in the Hague, The Netherlands, 14 November 2003
62 6 The Irish Writers Centre, 26 February 2004
62 7 The Institute of Irish Studies at the University of Liverpool, 16 July 2004
62 8 Symposium of the AHRC Irish-Scottish Poetry Project, 24 November 2006
62 9 Lannan Symposium at Georgetown University, 18 April 2007
62 10 Inglese D'Irlanda, reading of Inferno, 28 September 2007
62 11 Queen's University's The Seamus Heaney Centre, 11 March 2008
62 12 Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry, book launch of Collected Poems, 16 October 2008
38 33 Assorted undated readings
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