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Subseries 8.8
News stories and profiles, 1965-1997
Boxes 312-316; OP1 and 24

1965-1969
Box Folder Content
OP24 9 Announcement of James Dickey's nomination for the National Book Award [for Helmets] in The New York Times Book Review (February 21, 1965): 42 The New York Times Book Review (February 21, 1965): 42
312 1 "Poet Dickey to Speak at Coffee House" in the University of Rochester Campus Times (November 9, 1965): 3
312 2 "1966 NBA Awards Ceremonies at Philharmonic Hall" in Publisher's Weekly (March 28, 1966): 28+
312 3 "James Dickey, Writer in Residence, Wins National Book Award" in Wisconsin Alumnus 67.7 (April 1966): 8
312 4 "On James Dickey" by Richard Howard, in Partisan Review (Summer 1966): 414-428
312 5 "The Unlikeliest Poet" by Paul O'Neil, in Life (July 22, 1966) [includes "Listening to Foxhounds," "The Salt Marsh," "The Heaven of Animals," and "In the Marble Quarry"]
OP1 9 Galley of "The Unlikeliest Poet" [See also: folder 5 of Box 186]
312 6 "NBA 1966" in Newsweek (March 28, 1966): 105-106
312 7 "The Arts Crunch" [photo and brief profile of JD], in Vogue (September 15, 1967): 128
312 8 "The Growing Encounters of James Dickey" by Gary Ormond Cohen and Jean G. Lawlor, in Vanderbilt Alumnus (September-October 1967): 14-19
312 9 "The Difficulties of Being Major: The Poetry of Robert Lowell and James Dickey" by Peter Davison, in The Atlantic (October 1967): 116-121
312 10 "James Dickey Appears: Poet Reads Works Tonight," in Arkansas Traveler 62 (October 11, 1967): 1
312 11 "Silhouette: James Dickey" by Robert B. Shaw, in The Harvard Crimson (November 9, 1967): 2
312 12 "Poet with Power: James Dickey" by Nancy Malone [includes "The Shark's Parlor"], in Read (November 15, 1967): 10-15 [2 copies]
312 13 "Larry J. Rubin" [brief mention of Dickey] in Georgia Tech Alumnus (November-December 1967), p. 11+
312 14 "Alumni in the News" excerpt from Vanderbilt Alumnus (1967)
312 15 "Dickey, James" in Current Biography (April 1968): 10-12 [offprint]
312 16 "Three Honorary Consultants Named," in the Library of Congress Information Bulletin (June 27, 1968): 343
312 17 Untitled. [Brief mention of Dickey speaking at commencement] in University of South Carolina Magazine 3.3 (June 1968): 35
1970-1974
313 1 "Everyone's Notion of a Poet," in Time (April 20, 1970): 92
313 2 "Movies" [filming of Deliverance], by Diane Thomas, in Atlanta (July 1971): 20-24 Atlanta (July 1971): 20-24
313 3 "On Location With `Deliverance'" by Herb a. Lightman, in American Cinematographer (August 1971): 796+
313 4 Galley proofs of untitled article about James Dickey, from Playboy, ca 1971"
313 5 "'Deliverance': the Most Powerful Movie Ever Made," by High S, Blackburn, in Archery World (February/March 1972): 8-11
313 6 Profile of movie "Deliverance," including excerpts from script, in Film Bulletin (July 1972)
313 7 Profile of movie "Deliverance," in Atlanta (July 1972): 70-71
313 8 Opening notice and brief review of movie "Deliverance," in New York (July 31, 1972): 44, 50-51
313 9 News on financial earnings of movie "Deliverance," in Variety (October 11, 1972)
313 10 Chart showing "Deliverance" as top-grossing movie, in Variety (November 8, 1972)
313 11 "James Dickey: The Archer's Author" in Archery World (May 1973): 34-37
313 12 Untitled [brief mention of Dickey delivering baccalaureate address] in University of Virginia Alumni News (July/August 1973): 10
313 13 "James Dickey: The Man, The Writer" by Andrew Sabel in Pittsburger (First Quarter 1974): 20-24
313 14 "A Cairn of Shadows...a Feast of Light" by Glenn Helgeland, in Archery World (March 1974): 10-13
313 15 Pre-publication editorial notice of Jericho, in Southern Living (October 1974): 6 Southern Living (October 1974): 6
1975-1980
314 1 "James Dickey: A Man For All Seasons" by D Ke Wright and Ed Clark, in The Lance (Spring 1975): 8-11 [2 copies]
314 2 "James Dickey: One Man Who Reached the Top by Telling the Truth" by Dan Gleason in In The Know (December 1975): 34-37 [2 copies]
314 3 "Lover: Confessions of a One' Night Stand" by Lawrence Edwards, in Cosmopolitan (January 1977): 116+
314 4 Brief profile on Dickey's marriage by Franklin Ashley, in People (January 17, 1977): 28-30
314 5 Brief profile in Book-of-the-Month Club News (Spring 1977): 25-26
314 6 "The Ultimate Good Ole Boy, Burt Reynolds: I'd Rather..." [includes brief mention of Dickey/Deliverance], in Atlanta (August 1977): 108+
314 7 "Deliverance on the Chattooga" by Franklin Ashley, in Sandlapper (September 1979): 16-21
314 8 "James Dickey and the Heavenly Music" by Young Dawkins, [part interview] in Hilton Head Quarterly (Fall 1977): 8-12
314 9 Brief mention of Dickey's poetry reading in Emory Magazine (Spring 1980): 18
314 10 "The Hunter in Poetry" by Bruce Joel Hillman, in The Country Gentleman (Summer 1980): 28-31
314 11 "The Poems of Stanley Kunitz" by William Jay Smith [article on Lenore Marshall Poetry Prize mentions Dickey briefly], Saturday Review (October 1980): 82
314 12 "A New Beast Slouches Toward Bethlehem" by George Redman, in Portfolio (November 1980): 10-14
314 13 Brief mention and photo [10th-anniversary benefit for Poets and Writers, Inc.], in People (November 10, 1980): 147
314 14 Who's Who entry on James Dickey, ca 1970
314 15 "James Dickey: The Teacher Beheld" by George Redman, in The Augusta Spectator (Winter 1980): 24+
1981-1987
OP23 1 " The Wilderness of Heaven" by David Morrison, in Atlanta Weekly (February 1, 1981): 10+ [2 copies] [formerly box 315, folder 1] Atlanta Weekly (February 1, 1981): 10+ [2 copies] [formerly box 315, folder 1]
315 2 Brief profile of Dickey by Pat Harmel, in The Islander (March 24, 1981): 25 [2 copies]
315 3 "Poetry of James Dickey stuns, amuses and haunts Rosse Hall audience" in Kenyon College Alumni Bulletin (Spring 1981): 1
315 4 Listing of Dickey's publications, 1981-1982, in USC Aspects (Spring 1982): 5
315 5 "The Bard of Lake Katherine" by William Childress, in Texas Flier (May 1982): 114+
315 6 Photo of Dickey in Kenyon College Alumni Bulletin (Summer 1982): 3 [2 copies]
315 7 News story on the birth of Dickey's daughter, in People, August 30, 1982): 37-41 [2 copies]
315 8 "James Dickey: Still Going for Broke" by Hank Nuwer, in Dynamic Years (November-December 1982): 56-60 [2 copies]
315 9 "A Writer's Desk" in Saturday Review (January/February 1986): 69
315 10 "On Wings of Words" by Michael Hirsley, in Chicago Tribune Sunday (May 10, 1987): 9+
315 11 "Poet James Dickey Named to Academy of Arts, Letters" in Carolinian (December 1987): 6
315 12 Brief mention of Dickey and photo, Library of Congress Information Bulletin (June 22, 1987): 285
315 13 "Big Daddy" by James Walcott, in Vanity Fair (July 1987): 24+ [2 copies]
1989-1997
316 1 "Commencement, 1989- An Academic Celebration with James Dickey," in The Flying Petrel (Summer, 1989): 6+. (May 1990)
316 2 "The Poet as Survivor," by Michael Cohen Marill in Atlanta (May 1990): 76-69
316 3 "James L. Dickey, III," profile in commencement dinner program, University of South Carolina, 10 August 1990
316 4 "Poetry Is in Flower- Throughout the University," by Robert Lamb, in USC Times (June 4, 1993): 1+
316 5 "Into the Woods With…James Dickey," by Bill Shaw, in People (January 31, 1994): 80-82
316 6 "Deliverance" [profile of James Dickey], by Robert Morris, in Atlanta (August 1995): 54+
316 7 Notice re JD's death, in People (February 3, 1997): 67
316 8 "A Prophetic Delver, James Dickey: 1923-1997," by Lance Morrow, in Time (February 3, 1997): 75
316 9 "The Poet Who Brought Us ‘Deliverance'" in Newsweek (February 3, 1997): 53
316 10 "World War II Resonated Through James Dickey's Poetry," by Henry Hart, Oxford American, Issue 39, May/June 2001
316 11 Title, date and article in Japanese [profile of James Dickey] in SE: The Study of English Literature
316 12 Transcript from the BBC on James Dickey's poetry
417 4 "Book Chat," The Oxford Book Store, 1987
417 5 "The Poet as Survivor," Atlanta Magazine, May 1990
417 6 "Deliverance," Atlanta, August 1995
417 7 "What the Monsters Know," The New Criterion, volume 18, number 9, May 2000
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