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Series 4
Printed material
Boxes 22 - 23; OP 3 and OP 5-6

Scope and Content Note

The published materials in this series include works by Logue, works about Logue, and works by others which Logue collected. Early publications of Logue's poems are collected in magazines, clippings, and posters, and reviews written by Logue are present as clippings. Works about Logue contains programs advertising reading engagements, interviews, and reviews of his work. The "other" category collects items Logue preserved, such as the 1960s radical newspaper "Black Dwarf" and programs for reading events Logue attended. This series also contains two oversized papers, posters of "June Release" and "Know Thy Enemy."

Arrangement Note

Arranged by type of record.

Works by Logue: Poetry
Box Folder Content
22 15 Periodicals including Logue poems
22 16 Poetry clippings
22 17 Posters
22 18 "The Story about the Road"
Works by Logue: Prose
22 19 Prose clippings
Works about Logue
22 20 Programs for Logue readings, publicity
22 21 Reviews and interviews
22 22 The Girls - advertisement for reading
22 23 The Queen's Birthday Song articles
Other
23 1 "A Celebration of Mazes," pamphlet
23 2 Black Dwarf, newspaper, three issues
23 3 Roy Fisher, "Occasional Poem: January 7th 1972," clipping
23 4 Michael Holub, "De Deur," poster
23 5 Fancis Horovitz, "Country afternoon," poster
23 6 Michael Horovitz, "Poetry," poster
23 7 Mike Horovitz, from "Notes on Jazz Poetry," photocopy
23 8 "In Memoriam: Judy Garland," clipping
23 9 "Jonathan Lloyd," pamphlet
23 10 Michael Kustow, "New Departures" review, photocopy
23 11 Maps and castle images
23 12 Poetry Durham, magazine, issues 1 - 5
23 13 Private Eye, magazine, five issues
23 14 "Private Tutor," serial
23 15 Programs for others
23 16 Theatre, 15 October 1978 (French), magazine
23 17 "The Death of a Schoolboy," by David Cope, with Logue's notes
23 18 The House that Jack Built: Poems for Shelter, poster advertisement
23 19 "The Life, Battles, and Conversion of William Thompson," photocopy, with Logue's notes
23 20 from The Poems of Sir George Ehterege, photocopy
23 21 Wang Wei, "D'Arcy-Kaye's Chapter One," photocopy
23 22 "Why They Invaded Czechoslovakia," pamphlet
Posters
OP3 "Know Thy Enemy," Black Drawf poster insert
OP5 "June Release," poster
OP6 "New Jazz and Modern Poetry," featuring Christopher Logue and others, Widmore Hall, London, February 15, 1968
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