Subseries 4.1
Writings by Paul Muldoon, 1969-2007
Boxes 35, 90-91, 113, 116 and OP 12-71, 168-170

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of printed material by Muldoon from 1969-2007, including poems and essays published in newspapers and journals. All files contain a copy of the published poem or essay and some files contain supplementary correspondence and writings.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder Content
OP12 The Irish Press, November 15, 1969, "Poem at Eighteen" and "Wolf Children"
35 1 The Tablet, March 21, 1970, "Clonfeacle"
OP13 The Irish Press, May 2, 1970, "Macha" and "Seanchas"
OP14 The Listener, September 10, 1970, Three poems including "Unborn," "Grass Widow," and "Hedgehog"
OP15 The Listener, March 4, 1971, Three poems including "Cuckoo Corn," "Skeffington's Daughter," and "Leaving the Island"
OP16 The Irish Press, March 27, 1971, "Lives of the Saints" full issue
OP17 The Listener, April 8, 1971, "The Man Without a Name"
OP18 The Irish Press, October 23, 1971, "The Moy Clock"
OP19 The Listener, September 30, 1971, Three poems including "Dancers at the Moy," "The Cure for Warts," and "Derryscollop in February," 2 pages
OP20 The Listener, December 23, 1971, "The Glad Eye"
OP21 The Irish Times, April 24, 1972, with announcement of Gregory Award given to Muldoon
35 2 New Statesman, May 12, 1972, "The Kissing Seat"
OP22 The Listener, May 18, 1972, "Blowing Eggs"
35 3 New Statesman, August 4, 1972, "Vespers"
OP23 The Listener, September 7, 1972, "The Lost Tribe"
34 4 The Tablet, September 30, 1972, "The Inheritors"
OP24 The Irish Press, November 4, 1972, "The Upriver Incident" and "The Waking Father" full issue
35 5 The Tablet, December 23-30, 1972, "Mules"
OP25 The Irish Press, March 10, 1973, "Good Friday 1971. Driving Westward," full issue
OP26 The Listener, December 8, 1977, "The geography lesson," 2 copies
OP27 London Review of Books, February 7, 1980, "The Princess and the Pea"
OP28 New Statesman, August 22, 1980, "Kissing and Telling" 2 copies
OP29 Times Literary Supplement, February 13, 1981, "Quoof"
OP30 The Irish Press, February 14, 1981, "Edward Kienholz The State Hospital"
OP31 London Review of Books, February 19-March 4, 1981, "from Last Poems"
OP32 Times Literary Supplement, February 27, 1981, "Under Saturn"
90 1 Unidentified publication, September 19, 1981, essay, "The Victory of Kinsella"
OP33 Times Literary Supplement, February 19, 1982, "The Hands"
OP34 Times Literary Supplement, February 26, 1982, Six including "Mary Farl Powers: Pink Spotted Torso," "Big Foot," "From Strength to Strength," "Blewits," "The Salmon of Knowledge," and "Beaver"
OP35 Times Literary Supplement, March 12, 1982, "The Son of the King of the Moy"
OP36 Times Literary Supplement, March 26, 1982, "Fugue"
35 6 New Statesman, April 30, 1982, "The bald patch"
OP37 Times Literary Supplement, May 14, 1982, "My Father and I and Billy Two Rivers"
OP38 Times Literary Supplement, July 30, 1982, "A Trifle"
35 7 New Statesman, July 1, 1983, "Yggdrasill"
OP39 London Review of Books, December 1-21, 1983, Two including "The Brownlows" and "The Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife"
OP40 Times Literary Supplement, February 10, 1984, Five including "Pandas," "Tibet," "Bears," "Toxophilus," and "Wolves," full issue
OP41 Times Literary Supplement, February 17, 1984, "Anthrax"
OP42 Times Literary Supplement, March 2, 1984, "Emily"
OP43 Times Literary Supplement, May 11, 1984, "Caprice des Dieux"
OP44 Times Literary Supplement, October 5, 1984, "Earthquake"
OP45 London Review of Books, February 7, 1985, "My Grandfather's Wake"
OP46 Times Literary Supplement, July 5 , 1985, "As for the Quince: from the Irish of Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill," translation by Muldoon
OP47 Times Literary Supplement, August 30, 1985, "Chinook"
OP48 Oberserver Review, September 8, 1985, "The Fox"
OP49 Times Literary Supplement, November 1, 1985, "Salvador (from "Seven, Middagh Street"), one full and one partial issue
OP50 The Irish Press, May 31, 1986, "Brock"
OP51 Times Literary Supplement, November 28, 1986, "Christo's"
35 8 New Statesman, February 6, 1987, "Profumo"
OP52 Times Literary Supplement, March 25-31, 1988, "The Irish at the Odeon," Muldoon review of Cinema and Ireland by Rockett, Gibbons, and Hill
OP53 The Sunday Times, October 8, 1989, "Cauliflowers"
OP54 London Review of Books, October 24, 1991, "Oscar"
OP55 Times Literary Supplement, December 13, 1991, "Brazil"
OP56 Times Literary Supplement, January 17, 1992, "The Martyrdom of Saint Erasmus"
OP57 The New York Times, March 17, 1992, "A Clear Signal"
OP58 The Independent on Sunday, June 21, 1992, "Cows" by Muldoon with short bio and photograph, 2 copies
OP59 Times Literary Supplement, October 2, 1992, "Canon and Colcannon," Muldoon review of The Ratttle of the North: An Anthology of Ulster Prose edited by Patricia Craig, full issue The Ratttle of the North: An Anthology of Ulster Prose edited by Patricia Craig, full issue
OP60 Times Literary Supplement, November 6, 1992, "Big Hair," review of film The Last of the MohicansThe Last of the Mohicans
OP61 Times Literary Supplement, December 4, 1992, Muldoon contribution to "International Books of the Year" article, 2 pages
OP62 Times Literary Supplement, January 8, 1993, "A Mobile," two copies
OP63 London Review of Books, February 25, 1993, "Ovid: Metamorphoses"
35 9 The Princeton Eclectic, Fall 1993, "The Birth," full issue
OP64 Times Literary Supplement, October 1, 1993, "Twice"
35 10 Observer Magazine, November 16, 1993, "The Birth" faxed copy
OP65 Times Literary Supplement, December 3, 1993, "International Books of the Year," Muldoon's contribution recommending Smilla's Sense of Snow and others, pp. 9-14 of issue Smilla's Sense of Snow and others, pp. 9-14 of issue
OP66 The American Poetry Review, September/October 1994, "Incantata," one full and one partial issue
35 11 The New Yorker, December 5, 1994, "The Train," two copies
35 12 The New Yorker, August 14, 1995, "Hay," 2 copies
OP67 Times Literary Supplement, August 25, 1995, "Three Deer, Mount Rose, August 1995," 2 copies
OP68 London Review of Books, September 21, 1995, "Burma" [appears in the collection, Hay]
OP69 Times Literary Supplement, October 13, 1995, "Barbie, but no bimbo," review of Disney's Pocahontas
35 13 The New Yorker, October 25, 1995, "Symposium"
90 2 La Gaceta, October 1995, excerpt of "Incantata," translated into Spanish by Carlos López Beltrán
90 3 Times Literary Supplement, December 22, 1995, January 19, 1996, excerpt from poem, "Immram," used in "Author, Author" puzzle
35 14 The New Republic, January 1, 1996, "Between Takes"
90 4 Times Literary Supplement, February 9, 1996, poem, "The Hug (in memory of Joseph Brodsky)"
90 5 Times Literary Supplement, March 1, 1996, excerpt from poem, "The More a Man Has the More a Man Wants," used in "Author, Author" puzzle
90 6 The New York Times, June 29, 1996, "Horses"
90 7 Times Literary Supplement, July 5, 1996, poem, "The Bangle"
90 8 The New Yorker, July 8, 1996, poem, "Paunch"
90 9 The Sunday Times Bookshop, November 3, 1996, "Better or Verse?" review of The Oxford Book of Children's Verse, edited by Neil Philip The Oxford Book of Children's Verse, edited by Neil Philip
90 10 Times Literary Supplement, November 29, 1996, "International Books of the Year"
90 11 Unidentified publication, 1996, poem, "Solitude," translated into Irish as "Scoite" by Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill
90 12 The Sunday Times, September 7, 1997, poem, "Aftermath"
90 13 Times Literary Supplement, September 19, 1997, poem, "Third Epistle to Timothy"
90 14 Poetry and History, October 5, 1997, "The Dichter-Scale, Remarks by Paul Muldoon"
90 15 Times Literary Supplement, December 5, 1997, "International Books of the Year"
90 16 La Jornada, February 22, 1998, poems, "Hedgehog" and "The Frog," translated into Spanish by Purá López Colomé
90 17 The Sunday Times, April 5, 1998, poem, "Lag"
90 18 Times Literary Supplement, July 31, 1998, poem, "The Mud Room"
90 19 The New Yorker, September 7, 1998, poem, "Wire"
90 20 Princeton Alumni Weekly, October 7, 1998, poem, "All the Way"
90 21 The New Yorker, October 12, 1998, poem, "Errata"
90 22 Times Literary Supplement, December 4, 1998, "International Books of the Year"
90 23 Times Literary Supplement, February 26, 1999, excerpt from poem, "Errata," used in "Author, Author" puzzle
90 24 Times Literary Supplement, June 11, 1999, excerpt of poem, "The Frog," used in "Author, Author" puzzle
90 25 London Review of Books, July 1, 1999, article, "Diary"
90 26 Times Literary Supplement, September 17, 1999, poem, "As"
90 27 Times Literary Supplement, December 3, 1999, "International Books of the Year"
90 28 Los Angeles Times, December 26, 1999, "Forgotten Treasures: A Symposium"
90 29 The New Yorker, January 17, 2000, poem, "The Ancestor"
90 30 London Review of Books, February 3, 2000, poem, "Famous First Words"
90 31 The Observer Review, October 29, 2000, poem, "Pineapples and Pomegranates: In Memory of Yehuda Amichai"
90 32 The Observer Review, November 26, 2000, "Books of the Year"
90 33 Nassau Weekly, November 30, 2000, poem, "Redknots"
90 34 Times Literary Supplement, December 1, 2000, "International Books of the Year"
90 35 The Guardian Saturday Review, December 2, 2000, "The Gate" and "The Bed"
91 1 Times Literary Supplement, December 15, 2000, excerpt of "I Remember Sir Alfred," used in "Author, Author" puzzle
91 2 The Offensive Line, January 2001, reprint of "Meeting the British"
91 3 American Poetry Review, January/February 2001, essay, "The End of the Poem: 'The Mountain' by Robert Frost"
91 4 The Dublin Review, February 2, 2001, unidentified essay
91 5 Times Literary Supplement, February 2 and March 2, 2001, poem, "Something Else," excerpted in "Author, Author" puzzle
OP168 New York Review of Books, February 8, 2001, poem, "Affairs of State"
91 6 The Observer Review, March 25, 2001, untitled prose contribution to article on Bob Dylan
91 7 "An Horation Ode," April 20, 2001
91 8 Princeton Weekly Bulletin, June 4, 2001, "An Horation Ode"
91 9 Times Literary Supplement, August 11, 2000, excerpt from poem, "The Birth," used in "Author, Author" puzzle
91 10 Quarterly West, September 10, 2001, "Moy Sand and Gravel"
91 11 Town Topics, September 19, 2001, "Princeton University Memorial Service September 16, Cannon Green," poem in memory of September 11, 2001 attacks
91 12 The New Yorker, October 29, 2001, "News Headlines from the Homer Noble Farm"
91 13 Times Literary Supplement, December 7, 2001, "International Books of the Year"
91 14 Times Literary Supplement, December 21, 2001, poem, "Horace: Odes," translated by Paul Muldoon
91 15 Times Literary Supplement, January 18, 2002, "To the Threshing-Floor"
91 16 The New Yorker, February 18 and 25, 2002, "When Aifric and I put in at that Little Creek"
91 17 Princeton Packet, April 2, 2002, "Giving Voice: Poets reflect on the meaning of words in our lives"
91 18 The New Yorker, April 22 and 29, 2002, "The Grand Conversation"
OP169 New York Review of Books, June 27, 2002, poem, "The Loaf
91 19 Times Literary Supplement, July 5, 2002, poem, "A Collegelands Catechism"
91 20 Times Literary Supplement, December 6, 2002, "International Books of the Year"
91 21 The New Yorker, December 9, 2002, "The Last Time I Saw Chris"
91 22 The New Yorker, April 21 and 28, 2003, "The Landing"
91 23 "True Colors: for Leonard Milberg on the Occasion of the 50th anniversary of his graduation from Princeton University," May 2003
91 24 The New Yorker, October 13, 2003, "Tithonus"
91 25 Times Literary Supplement, December 5, 2003, "International Books of the Year"
91 26 The New Yorker, February 16 and 23, 2004, "Soccer Moms"
91 27 The New York Times, June 26, 2004, poem, "Hedge School"
91 28 Times Literary Supplement, August 27, 2004, "Cricketty Wee"
OP170 Threepenny Review, Summer 2004, poem, "Blaye
91 29 Times Literary Supplement, November 5, 2004, "Now pitching himself"
91 30 Times Literary Supplement, December 3, 2004, "International Books of the Year"
91 31 Bloomsday Magazine, Muldoon on Ulysses, 2004
91 32 26 Letters, 26 Poets, 2004, "Q: Only Thing"
113 "Between Rail-End and Rail-End," Poetry Northwest, spring/summer 2007
116 "Myrrh," undated
116 "An Old Pit Pony," undated
35 15 Poetry Review [undated], "Gold"
35 16 The Poet's Suite [undated], including "Duffy's Circus"
35 17 Unidentified newspaper source, "Capercailles"
OP70 Unidentified newspaper source, "Meeting the British"
35 18 Unidentified newspaper source, "The Panther" with photocopy
35 19 Unidentified newspaper source, "Tea"
35 20 Unidentified newspaper source, "Triad"
91 33 Unidentified source, "Glaucus"
91 34 Unidentified Source, "The Bangle"
91 35 Unidentified source, "The Coyote"
35 21 Unidentified source, "Upstairs in a Tent" and "Liz"
OP71 Unidentified newspaper source, "Water Skiers--Lough Neagh"
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