DICKEY, JAMES.
James Dickey papers
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Subseries 11.1
Sound recordings: Cassette tapes, 1970-1997
Boxes 384-387

James Dickey Notebooks, 1972-1974: Use copies
Box Folder Content
384 1 First audiotape. Opens with comments on technique of using the cassette tape for work. Outlines plans for a series of notebooks. Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384 2 Journal entries
384 3 Journal entries; Alnilam dictation
384 4 Journal entries. Side 2 appears to be empty
384 5 Journal entries. Side 2 appears to be empty
384 6 Journal entries
384 7 Journal entries
384 8 Alnilam dictation
384 9 Journal entries
384 10 Journal entries. Some comments on Deliverance screenplay and filming
384 11 Labeled "first tape"; journal entries; dictation of Alnilam
384 12 Labeled "second tape." Alnilam dictation
384 13 Labeled "third tape." Alnilam dictation
384 14 Labeled " Alnilam and Crux Meridionis." Opens with plans for 2 new novels; outlines plot, begins narrating novel
384 15 Labeled " Alnilam." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384 16 Labeled " Alnilam, epigraph for Alnilam, tape mostly empty Alnilam, tape mostly empty
384 17 Labeled " Alnilam." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384 18 Labeled " Alnilam ." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384 19 Labeled " Alnilam." Alnilam dictation Alnilam dictation
384 20 Labeled " Alnilam--super newest--most important." Dictation of AlnilamAlnilam
384 21 Labeled " Alnilam and Crux Australis. 1/30/74." Alnilam dictation Alnilam dictation
384 22 Labeled " Alnilam -- very important." Alnilam dictation Alnilam dictation
384 23 Opens with narration of "Death's Baby Machine"; journal entries
384 24 Narration of "Death's Baby Machine"; journal entries
384 25 Labeled "2nd green tape"; Alnilam dictation
384 26 Labeled "3rd green tape"; Alnilam dictation
384 27 Labeled "4th green tape"; Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384 28 Labeled " Alnilam notes." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384 29 Labeled " Alnilam (Joel's plot for future)." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384 30 Labeled " Alnilam and Amos Berry." Alnilam dictation; journal entries. Alnilam dictation; journal entries.
384 31 Journal entries
384 32 Journal entries. Side 2 appears to be empty
384 33 Labeled "journals." Journal entries
384 34 Labeled "journals." Journal entries. Appears to be mostly empty
384 35 Labeled " Alnilam and Crux." Appears to be empty
James Dickey Notebooks, 1972-1974: Originals
384a 1 First audiotape. Opens with comments on technique of using the cassette tape for work. Outlines plans for a series of notebooks. Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 2 Journal entries
384a 3 Journal entries; Alnilam dictation
384a 4 Journal entries. Side 2 appears to be empty
384a 5 Journal entries. Side 2 appears to be empty
384a 6 Journal entries
384a 7 Journal entries.
384a 8 Alnilam dictation
384a 9 Journal entries
384a 10 Journal entries. Some comments on Deliverance screenplay and filming
384a 11 Labeled "first tape"; journal entries; dictation of Alnilam
384a 12 Labeled "second tape." Alnilam dictation
384a 13 Labeled "third tape." Alnilam dictation
384a 14 Labeled " Alnilam and Crux Meridionis." Opens with plans for 2 new novels; outlines plot, begins narrating novel
384a 15 Labeled " Alnilam." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 16 Labeled " Alnilam, epigraph for Alnilam, tape mostly empty Alnilam, tape mostly empty
384a 17 Labeled " Alnilam." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 18 Labeled " Alnilam ." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 19 Labeled " Alnilam." Alnilam dictation Alnilam dictation
384a 20 Labeled " Alnilam--super newest--most important." Dictation of AlnilamAlnilam
384a 21 Labeled " Alnilam and Crux Australis. 1/30/74." Alnilam dictation Alnilam dictation
384a 22 Labeled " Alnilam -- very important." Alnilam dictation Alnilam dictation
384a 23 Opens with narration of "Death's Baby Machine"; journal entries
384a 24 Narration of "Death's Baby Machine"; journal entries
384a 25 Labeled "2nd green tape"; Alnilam dictation
384a 26 Labeled "3rd green tape"; Alnilam dictation
384a 27 Labeled "4th green tape"; Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 28 Labeled " Alnilam notes." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 29 Labeled " Alnilam (Joel's plot for future)." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 30 Labeled " Alnilam and Amos Berry." Alnilam dictation; journal entries Alnilam dictation; journal entries
384a 31 Journal entries
384a 32 Journal entries. Side 2 appears to be empty
384a 33 Labeled "journals." Journal entries
384a 34 Labeled "journals." Journal entries. Appears to be mostly empty
384a 35 Labeled " Alnilam and Crux." Appears to be empty
Transcripts for Notebook tapes
385 1 Notebook I, transcript of audio Notebook I, pp. 1-74 [audio tapes 1-6]
385 2 Notebook I, transcript of audio Notebook I, pp. 75-123 [audio tapes 7-13]
385 3 Notebook II, transcript of audio Notebook II, pp. 1-1-39 [audio tapes 14-19]
385 4 Notebook II, transcript of audio Notebook II, pp. 40-78 [audio tapes 20-22]
385 5 Notebook III, transcript of audio Notebook III, pp. 1-95 [audio tapes 23-33]
Interviews / Features: Originals
386 36 Labeled "Conversation on A. Berry." Notes on projected film "Amos Berry," n.d.
386 37 Continuation of notes on projected film "Amos Berry," n.d.
386 38 James Dickey interviewed by Dick Cavett, 22 July 1970
386 39 James Dickey appearance with Don Swaim, CBS-FM, New York City, 9 November 1981
386 40 James Dickey, two feature appearances with Don Swaim for CBS-AM, 26 November 1981
386 41 James Dickey's guest appearance on "Straw for the Fire w/ Jim Peterson, 15 February 1984
386 42 James Dickey w/ Don Swaim, "Book Beat," CBS Radio, New York City, 2 parts: 31 December 1984 and 1 January 1985
386 43 James Dickey, interviewed by telephone re the 19th century quest for freedom in the Americas, USIS Asunction, Paraguay, Voice of America, 18 April 1986
386 44 James Dickey's guest appearance on the Larry King Show, 29 July 1987
386 45 James Dickey's guest appearance on the Larry King Show, 29 July 1987
386 46 James Dickey interviewed by Jackie Johnson at Lake Katherine home re thoughts on Gorbachov, 23 November 1987
386 47 James Dickey interviewed by Jim Welch for "Friday Editions, includes guitar solos and poetry reading by James Dickey, 3 November 1993
386 48 James Dickey interviewed by [?] Dalzell for English Forum , n.d.
Readings / Lectures: Originals
386 49-50 Visit to The Choate School, Wallingford, CT [readings, class visits], 27 January 1972 [tape 1]
386 51 "James Dickey Reading His Poetry," Caedmon Cassette, 1972
386 52 "James Dickey: A Personal View of the Changing Nature of Poetry," Santa Fe Witter Byner Foundation Centennial Lecture, 23 August 1981
386 53 "Kensington Garden" and "The Road Not Taken," radio spots for USDA Forest Service, 22 November 1989
386 54 James Dickey reading and discussing poems of others [class?], n.d.
386 54a James Dickey reading Deliverance, Part I, no date
Tributes: Originals
386 55 New York Quarterly Poetry Day Tribute to James Dickey, 15 October 1977
386 56 James Dickey w/ Ellen Stallworth for "Mosaics," James Dickey's 60th Birthday Celebration, 2 February 1983 [aired 26 February 1983]
386 57 "James Dickey at 70: As a Teacher and Critic," panel discussion at USC, Richard Howard, chair, 17 September 1993
386 58 "James Dickey at 70: As a Fiction Writer," panel discussion at USC, R.W.B. Lewis, chair, 17 September 1993
386 59-60 "James Dickey at 70: Capital City Club, reception and banquet, George Plimpton, master of ceremonies, James Dickey reading from To the White Sea, and tributes by distinguished guests, 17 Sep1993
386 61 "James Dickey at 70: Critics Roundtable," Robert Kirschten, moderator, 18 September 1993
386 62 "James Dickey at 70: As a Poet," Monroe Spears, chair, 18 September 1993
Letters: Originals
386 63 From Charles C. Wilson [Urbana, Illinois] to James Dickey, 18 March 1979
386 64 Dictated letters from James Dickey [re medical matters], 1979-1980
386 65 From Tucky Dickey to James Dickey, 20 February 1982
386 66 From Tucky Dickey to James Dickey, n.d.
Performances of works by James Dickey: Originals
386 67 Musical performance of "Math" from Crossing the Meridian, composed by Ronald Perera, 1982
386 68 Musical performance of "The Birth," composed by Robert Constable, Fall 1983 and performed 15 April 1984
386 69 "Variations on Estrangement," a setting of poems by James Dickey, music by Robert C. Constable, ca. 1995 w/ music score and letter [See also: Series 3.5]
386 70 "Dickey Poems," work print, n.d.
Others: Originals
387 71-72 "Under the Milkwood" by Dylan Thomas, BBC broadcast, 24 January 1954
387 73 "Dueling Banjos" from the original sound track of "Deliverance," performed by Eric Weissenberg and Steve Mandel
387 74 R.P. Dickey reading his poems at the Library of Congress, 25 February 1974
387 75 R.P. Dickey reading his poems at the Library of Congress, 25 February 1974 and at home in Taos, NM, 27 November 1993
387 76 "The Disappearing of Childhood," lecture for Early Childhood Summer Seminar at USC, 1985
387 77 "Confessions of a Civil War Relic Hunter," lecture by Tom Dickey at the 329th meeting of the Atlanta Civil War Roundtable, 14 January 1986
387 78 Songs, essay poetry performed by Adeodato Piazza Nicolai, 1987 w/ letter dated 10 May 1987 [See also: Series 1]
38a 79 Musical performance of "Sure On This Shinning Night" and "Knoxville: Summer of 1915," text by James Agee, music by Samuel Barber, w/ letter from Gray Banks attached to JD letter dated 29 April 1996 [See also: Series 1]
387 80 Lecture on James Dickey, Emory University, 13 November 1997
387 81 "Primordial Regenerative," lecture of James Dickey's "May Day Sermon" by [?] Johnson, n.d.
387 82 Charmain Gray reading her poems, n.d.
387 83 "The Road From Hiroshima," Dennis Bernstein adaptation of Mark Kaminsky text for "New Letters on the Air," n.d.
387 84 Lois Ives reading and discussing poetry of her son, Clayton Ives D., n.d. [See also: Series 6: Delaney, Clayton Ives]
387 85 "The Farmer's Visit," Anon, read in "pope's accent" from Washington state, n.d.
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