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Subseries 4.2
Writings by others, 1969-2005
Boxes 35, 92, 117, and OP 72-135

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of published writings by other authors from 1969-2005. The writings are either written about Muldoon or are written by his close associates. Each folder contains a copy of the writing, and some files contain accompanying correspondence.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder Content
35 22 The Irish News and Belfast Morning News, April 18, 1969, "Young poets have two-page spread in 'An tUltach'" with mention of Muldoon
OP13 - The Irish Press, multiple clippings: June 21, 1969, Muldoon's translation into Gaelic of his own poem "Scoite"/"Solitary"; July 26, 1969, Muldoon's translation of Martin O Direain's poem "Olc Liom"/"The Regret"; September 6, 1969, first publication of Muldoon's poem "Idir"/"Between" with his own translation; January 17, 1970, translation of Seamus Dall Mac Cuarta's "An Lon Dub Baite"/"The Drowned Blackbird"
OP13 - The Irish Press, March 27-28, 1970, pp. 11-12 [included for review of Watters book Davis, Mangan, Ferguson? Tradition and the Irish Writer ??]
OP13 - The Irish Press, October 30, 1971, pp.11-12
OP13 - The Irish Times, July 21, 1973, including "Pioneering a New Mode," Edna Longley article with mention of Muldoon
OP13 - The Belfast Telegraph, July 24, 1973, "An Ulster Log," with photograph and brief profile of Muldoon
OP13 - Vogue, September 15, 1974, "Spotlight on Poets" by Derek Mahon, with Muldoon poem "Duffy's Circus," full issue
35 23 ICA, January/March 1976, "Poetry" section on Ulster poets with mention of Muldoon
OP13 - The Irish Times, April 21, 1976, "Poetry from the North," including review of Muldoon's Spirit of Dawn, by Edna Longley
OP13 - Hibernia, April 23, 1976, "Broken Images," article including review of Muldoon's pamphlet The Spirit of Dawn by Jack Holland
OP13 - The Irish Press, June 26, 1976, "Undeveloped Themes," review of radio program by Mary Lappin
OP14 - Unidentified source, June 18, 1977, "R.D. Smith on BBC TV and Radio from Northern Ireland," with mention of Muldoon
OP14 - The Listener, September 29, 1977, "John Bull's Other Island," article by Seamus Heaney
OP14 - The Irish Press, July 1, 1978, "Arts from Ulster," review of radio program by Mary Lappin
OP14 - The Irish Times, September 16, 1978, "The Light Fantastic," review of Muldoon's radio program by Mary Lappin
OP14 - The Irish Press, April 5, 1979, "Chroniclers," including review of Muldoon's Names and Addresses, by Eithne Strong Names and Addresses, by Eithne Strong
OP14 - Hibernia, April 12, 1979, "Recent Poetry" by Dennis O'Driscoll, with mention of Muldoon's Names and AddressesNames and Addresses
35 24 Bananas: The Literary Magazine, October 1980, cover page with announcement of Derek Mahon volume on back
OP14 - The Irish Press, January 3, 1981, "Christmas Sounds," review of Muldoon's radio program by Mary Lappin with photocopy of article
35 25 Harpers & Queens, March 1981, "New Poetry" by Blake Morrison
OP14 - Poetry International/Het Vrije Volk, June 20, 1981, with announcement of Muldoon reading
OP14 - Inside Tribune, October 2, 1983, "Denis Donogue on the Field Day Company's new pamphlets," photocopy of article
35 26 The Daily Telegraph, July 23, 1984, "Omnibus rumbles on," review of BBC program with mention of Muldoon; also, Time Out, July 19-25, 1984, Television listings including "Omnibus" Time Out, July 19-25, 1984, Television listings including "Omnibus"
OP14 - Times Literary Supplement, August 10, 1984, "The periodicals, 20: The Honest Ulsterman," article re: Honest Ulsterman with mention of Muldoon The Honest Ulsterman," article re: Honest Ulsterman with mention of Muldoon
OP15 - The Sunday Times, October 28, 1984, "High jinks at Wexford," review of opera with tenor Patrick Power's and producer Andy Hinds's names circled
OP15 - Times Literary Supplement, December 21, 1984, pp. 1473-76
OP15 - Times Literary Supplement, January 25, 1985, pp.89-92
OP15 - Announcement for Cambridge Poetry Festival: Fringe 85, enclosed with June 10, 1985 letter from Jean Hanff Korelitz
OP15 - Voice, April 21, 1987, announcement of Muldoon Academy of American Poets reading with Medbh McGuckian, with drawing and profile of Muldoon
OP15 - The Independent, May 14, 1987, "Just the boy for the verse stuff," article on Muldoon by Peter Forbes
OP15 - Irish Literary Supplement, Fall 1987, interview of Muldoon with Kevin Barry, full issue
35 27 London Review of Books, May 5, 1988, "Anglo-Irish Occasions" by Seamus Heaney
35 28 Observer Magazine, September 25, 1988, "Well Versed" article with mention of Paul Muldoon by poet Hugo Williams
OP15 - Times Literary Supplement, January 27-February 2, 1989, pp. 83-86
OP15 - Times Literary Supplement, February 10-16, 1989, including review of Kearney book, Transitions: Narratives in modern Irish culture
OP15 - The Sunday Times, February 12, 1989, Screen section
OP16 - The Irishman, April/June 1989, "Muldoon Brings Poetry to Berkeley," article by Carol Vogl
OP16 - Times Literary Supplement, November 24-30, 1989, "Escape into the ineffable," article by Terry Eagleton with mention of Muldoon
OP16 - London Review of Books, January 25, 1990, "Davie's Rap" by Neil Corcoran
OP16 - Collegian: Massachusetts Daily, May 11, 1990, "Poet-prof stays modest: Irish Prof. Muldoon speaks on craft," article by Kerry Herlihy, three copies of full issue
OP16 - De Volkskrant, June 20, 1990, "Moeders skelet opdelven voor een gedicht," article on Muldoon with photograph
OP16 - The Irish Times, August 21, 1990, "Poets who work to keep things secret," article re: Yeats Summer School discussion by Carol Coulter with discussion and photograph of Muldoon
35 29 Harpers and Queens, November 1990, review of Madoc by Nick Everett
35 30 The New Republic, November 19, 1990, "What is World Poetry?" by Stephen Owen, photocopy
OP16 - Literatorul, 1994, translation by Marin Sorescu of seven poems by Muldoon
OP16 - Times Literary Supplement, February 15, 1991, pp. 9-10 [clipped fora article on Auden?]
OP16 - Accent, February 28, 1991, "Paul Muldoon: A modern day Seanachie," article by Corinne Pavlis with "Why Brownlee Left"
OP16 - The New York Times, April 7, 1991, "Senior Thesis Debated: Enrichment or Torture?" article re: Princeton University found in file labeled "Students"
OP17 - City Tribune, April 12, 1991, photograph of Muldoon at International Poetry Festival, Cuirt, 1991
OP17 - The Irish Times, April 12, 1991, pp. 1-2, 25-26
OP17 - The New York Times, May 12, 1991, New Jersey Weekly section
OP17 - The Princeton Packet, May 14, 1991, announcement of "Authors' Party" with profile and photograph of Muldoon
OP17 - Sydsvenska Dagbladet, [May] 22, 1991, "I hogsta grad irlandsk," article on Muldoon with photograph and translation of "Raven," full issue
35 31 Diversion, June 1991, "A Toast to Irish Writing," article by Ann Jones with mention of Muldoon
OP17 - DN. Kultur and Nojen, June 4, 1991, "Nordirlandare fornyar engelska poesin," article by Ola Larsmo on Paul Muldoon with note for Larsmo attached
35 32 Voice, July 30, 1991, "Coleridge and Southey's Bogus Journey," clipping and photocopy of review of Madoc by Geoffrey Stokes with copy of contents page Madoc by Geoffrey Stokes with copy of contents page
OP17 - The New York Times, December 10, 1991, with article on Joesph Brodsky
OP17 - Pipe Dream, January 28, 1992, "Irish poets speak of life in a foreign land," article including section on Muldoon
35 33 Gourmet, March 1992, letter to the editor mentioning Madison Opera Guild production of The Shining BrowThe Shining Brow
35 34 The New York Times, March 1992, letters to the editor re: exclusion of gay and lesbian persons from St. Patrick's Day parade
35 35 The Recorder, Summer 1992, review of Madoc: A Mystery by Robert Tracy, photocopy of review and cover page Madoc: A Mystery by Robert Tracy, photocopy of review and cover page
OP17 - Times Literary Supplement, December 25, 1992, full issue
35 36 The Irish Times, January 16, 1993, "A Weave of Words," review by Catherine Foley including Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill's The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon, two photocopies The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon, two photocopies
35 37 The Sunday Tribune, January 17, 1993, "Sly witches on a wild night," review by Connor Kelley including Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill's The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon, two photocopies The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon, two photocopies
OP17 - [Financial Times?], February 7, 1993, "Through a glass, darkly," article re: politics in Northern Ireland with epigraph from Muldoon's "The Boundary Commission"
35 38 Fortnight, April 1993, "Subconscious voyager," review by Frankie Sewell of Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill's The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon, photocopy with paragraph highlighted The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon, photocopy with paragraph highlighted
OP18 - The Globe and Mail, Harbourfront Poetry Festival special section, April 10, 1993, "Let the readings begin" and "From six continents in only six days," announcement of readings with profile of Muldoon
OP18 - The New York Times, April 28, 1993, "Frank Lloyd Wright Joins Opera's Pantheon," review of The Shining Brow by James Oestreich, The Living Section and separate clip The Shining Brow by James Oestreich, The Living Section and separate clip
35 39 The New Yorker, May 17, 1993, "The Singing Architect" by Paul Griffiths, article on Muldoon and Hagen opera The Shining Brow, full issue The Shining Brow, full issue
35 40 The Irish Voice, May 25, 1993, "Ireland's Next Nobel Prospect?" article on Muldoon by Patricia Jameson-Sammartano, 2 photocopies
35 41 Oxford Poetry, Summer 1993, "The Poetry of Architecture," review of The Shining Brow by Tim Kendall, 2pp., photocopy The Shining Brow by Tim Kendall, 2pp., photocopy
35 42 Poetry Review, [June 1993?], "Hearsay" column by Kevan Johnson with mention of Muldoon and John Osborne's review of The New Poetry with mention of Muldoon The New Poetry with mention of Muldoon
OP18 - London Review of Books, August 19, 1993, with review of The Shining Brow by Paul Driver, full issue The Shining Brow by Paul Driver, full issue
OP18 - ILS, Fall 1993, "Going For It--And Succeeding," review by Briona Nic Dhiarmada of Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill's The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon The Astrakhan Cloak, translated by Muldoon
35 43 The New Republic, November 1, 1993, "Index of First Lines: from The Penguin Book of Contemporary Irish Poetry and Poets from the North of Ireland," poem by Annie Dillard, photocopy The Penguin Book of Contemporary Irish Poetry and Poets from the North of Ireland," poem by Annie Dillard, photocopy
92 1 North Dakota Quarterly, Winter 1993, "Another Side of Paul Muldoon," Paul Scott Stanfield
92 2 Learning the Trade: Essays on W.B. Yeats and Contemporary Poetry, Locust Hill Press, 1993, annotated photocopy of chapter, "Questioning Yeats: Paul Muldoon's '7, Middagh Street,'" Jonathan Allison
92 3 A Small Nation's Contribution to the World, International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature, 1993, photocopied book chapter, "Mask Lyrics in the Poetry of Paul Muldoon and Derek Mahon," István D. Rács
35 44 Times Literary Supplement, February 5, 1994, "To the goddess Anorexia," review by Elaine Showalter of Maud Ellman's book The Hunger Artists, photocopy The Hunger Artists, photocopy
OP18 - The New York Times, February 11, 1994, announcement of Pink Floyd concert with confirmation number written in Muldoon's hand
35 45 Publisher's Weekly, August 29, 1994, review of The Annals of ChileThe Annals of Chile
35 46 Times Literary Supplement, September 2, 1994, "Un-American Daughter," review of Sally Belfrage's book Un-American Activities by Jean Hanff Korelitz Un-American Activities by Jean Hanff Korelitz
OP18 - U.S. 1 [?], October 26, 1994, "Literati: Poems, Etc. From Paul Muldoon," re: publication of Annals of ChileAnnals of Chile
OP18 - Times Literary Supplement, December 16, 1994, full issue
OP18 - Time Off, June 30, 1995, "Under the Proverbial Gun"
92 4 Southern Review, Summer 1995, "Ciaran Carson's Parturiant Partition: the 'Crack' in MacNeice's 'More Than Glass,'" Guinn Batten
92 5 Études Irlandaises, Autumn 1995, "'Everything Provisional' : Fictive Possibility and the Poetry of Paul Muldoon and Ciaran Carson," Jonathan Allison
92 6 Irish University Review, Autumn-Winter 1995, "'Parallel to the Parallel Realm': Paul Muldoon's Madoc--A Mystery," Tim Kendall
92 7 The Georgia Review, Winter 1995, book review, A Terrible Beauty: The Politics in Poetry, reviewed by Judith Kitchen A Terrible Beauty: The Politics in Poetry, reviewed by Judith Kitchen
92 8 P.N. Review, November-December 1995, "Paul Muldoon and the Exploding Sestina," Fenella Copplestone
92 9 The Hollins Critic, February 1996, "Paul Muldoon: 'Time-Switch Taped to the Trough,'" Harriet Zinnes
92 10 Princeton University Bulletin, April 15, 1996, "Taking the Air with James McCosh, Prospect Gardens, February 1996"
92 11 Honest Ulsterman, Autumn 1996, interview with Muldoon, Stephen Magee
92 12 The Mai, November 10, 1996, "Dialogue on Drama, Marina Carr, Emily Mann and Paul Muldoon"
92 13 South Atlantic Quarterly, Winter 1996, "'He Could Barely Tell One from the Other': The Borderline Disorders of Paul Muldoon's Poetry," Guinn Batten
92 14 Bullán, 1996, "Utopia in the New World: Paul Muldoon's America," Carol Tell
92 15 A Celtic Florilegium: Studies in Memory of Brendan O Hehir, Celtic Studies Publications, 1996, "Sailing Strange Seas of Thought: Imrama, Máel Dúin to Muldoon," photocopy of book chapter by Robert Tracy
92 16 Poetry Ireland Review 54, 1996, "An Alarming Word," Carol Rubens
92 17 Études Irlandaises, Spring 1997, "An Interview with Paul Muldoon," Dominique Gauthier
92 18 Hudson Review, Spring 1997, "Irish Poetry at the Crossroads," David Mason
92 19 New Hibernia Review, Fall 1997, "A Land 'Not Borrowed but Purloined': Paul Muldoon's Indians," Jacqueline McCurry
92 20 Notes on Modern Irish Literature, 1997, "Crafty Inklings: Sonnets by Paul Muldoon," Jacqueline McCurry
92 21 Thumbscrew, Winter 1997/1998, "A Mixed Marriage: The Strange Affair of Sylvia Plath and Paul Muldoon," Ivan Phillips
92 22 The Sunday Times, October 4, 1998
92 23 The Long Poem Group Newsletter, number 7, November 1998, "A Drink with Paul Muldoon," interview by Sebastian Barker
92 24 English Studies Leipzig, "Bibliography," printed from University of Leipzig website, December 1998
92 25 Michigan Quarterly Review, Winter 1998, "The Invention of the I: A Conversation with Paul Muldoon," Earl G. Ingersoll
92 26 Irish Review 23, 1998, "Piece Talk," Guinn Batten
92 27 Magyar Naplo, 1998, translations of Muldoon's "Maggot" and "Train" into Hungarian by Határ Gyõzõ
92 28 The Reader, 1998, "Bouncing off the Walls: Muldoon, Paterson, Armitage and the Modern Sonnet," Jeremy Noel-Tod
92 29 Robert Frost Review, 1998, "'But all the fun's in how you say a thing': Robert Frost and Paul Muldoon," Jacqueline McCurry
92 30 London Magazine, February/March 1999, "In Performance," John O'Donoghue
92 31 London Review of Books, July 15, 1999, "Shoes Once Shod in a Blacksmith's Shop," "Figures in a Paddock," John Kinsella
92 32 The Sunday Times, June 9, 1999, "Cradle Song for Asher"
92 33 The Irish Times, December 31, 1999, "Right from the Heart,"
92 34 English Studies Leipzig, "Paul Muldoon Pages," printed from University of Leipzig website, 1999
92 35 Cartographic Perspectives, Spring 2000, "Poems Shaped like Maps: (Di)Versifying the Teaching of Geography, II," Adele Haft
92 36 Printed from website, www.ireland.com, "100 Favourite Irish Poems," June 3, 2000, unidentified author
92 37 Contemporary Literature, Summer 2000, "Skirmishes on the Border: The Evolution and Function of Paul Muldoon's Fuzzy Rhyme," Andrew Osborn
92 38 New Hibernia Review, Winter 2000, "'The Eye That Scanned It:' The Picture Poems of Heaney, Muldoon and McGuckian," Shane Murphy
92 39 Publishers Weekly, April 27, 2001, "Paul Muldoon, Head," Susan Wheeler
92 40 Printed from website, www.pgil-eirdata.org, circa 2001, "Paul Muldoon: Commentary," unidentified author
92 41 Printed from website, www.fact-index.com, 2003, entry about Paul Muldoon, unidentified author
92 42 Advance on the Web, January 26, 2004, "Poetry Makes Sense of Key Moments in Life," Skye Dent
92 43 Lily. A Monthly Online Literary Review, January 2004, interview with Muldoon
92 44 Irish University Review, August 2004, "The Legacy of Yeats in Contemporary Irish Literature," Ronald Schuchard
92 45 Modern Haiku, Summer 2004, "A Poet's Haiku: Paul Muldoon," William J. Higginson
92 46 The Aspen Times, January 14, 2005, "Paul Muldoon--At Arms Length," Eben Harrell
Undated or unidentified
OP18 - [Independent], undated, Tom Paulin on Poetry recommending Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill's Pharoh's Daughters, with some translations by Muldoon, and The Shining Brow by Muldoon The Shining Brow by Muldoon
117 Profumo, David, Bringing the House Down, undated
117 Segal, Ian, "Flowers on Mother's Day, undated
OP18 - Unidentified source, "An Irish poet not going gentle into that good night," photocopy of article on Patrick Kavanagh by Peter Dunn [perhaps attached to November 27, 1989 letter to Muldoon from Gerard Quinn?]
OP18 - Unidentified source, "Dichters zijn goudzoekers die worden opgepakt," article on Poetry International with mention of Muldoon
OP18 - Unidentified source, "Poetry eregeld voor gevangen Song Lin," article on Poetry International with mention and photograph of Muldoon
OP18 - Unidentified source, letter from Muldoon in Gaelic announcing first BBC Irish Language Broadcasts on Radio Ulster
OP18 - Unidentified source, "A Little More of the Sense of Ireland," with section on Muldoon
OP18 - Unidentified source, "The Heaney Phenomenon" by Desmond Fennell, photocopy of article
35 47 Who's Who in New Jersey, draft of Muldoon's entry, photocopy
35 48 Unidentified magazine source, announcement of Muldoon reading with photograph and profile
35 49 Verse, Vol. 11, No. 1 undated, "Paul Muldoon and the Art of Allusion," photocopy of article by Tim Kendall
35 50 Unidentified source, two photocopied maps labeled "Escape and Resistance, July-December 1943," and "Jews Massacred Between 17 July and 31 August 1941," with minimal holograph notes
35 51 Unidentified source, "Primal Forms and Primal Divisions," photocopy of article by Erik Saxon
35 52 Noonday, undated, announcement of The Annals of Chile with selected quotations from reviews The Annals of Chile with selected quotations from reviews
35 53 Unidentified source, critical excerpts on Muldoon including Geoffrey Stokes, Andrew Motion, and John Mole, 2 pp. photocopy
35 54 Unidentified magazine source, "The Poet" profiles of Muldoon and Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, 2 copies
35 55 Unidentified newspaper source [New York Times?], "A Changing Country," article re: social issues in Ireland
35 56 Unidentified newspaper source, "Poet Paul Muldoon to Read at Arts Council," article announcing Muldoon reading
35 57 Unidentified source, "Perish the thought," short article re: Arts Council invite to Muldoon, photocopy
35 58 Unidentified newspaper source, "Irish poet reads from work," article on Muldoon reading by Ed Nest
35 59 Unidentified newspaper source, "Literati," with announcement of Muldoon reading
35 60 Unidentified newspaper source, "3 from area win Guggenheims," with section on Muldoon
35 61 Unidentified source, "Sulking politico questions Nobel Prize," article by Clarence Brown re: Toni Morrison's Nobel Prize with mention of Muldoon
35 62 Contemporary Poets entry on Muldoon, photocopy
35 63 Unidentified source, September 25 (no year), BBC TV and radio listings
35 64 Unidentified source, "Poetry on the Loose," article by James Simmons
35 65 Unidentified source, "Baring Mother Ireland's Soul," article by Ann O'Byrne re: Seamus Heaney, Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill, Liam de Paor, Paul Muldoon, William Trevor, and Derek Mahon, with photographs of each
35 66 Unidentified source, [1987?], "Like a Wedding Through the Moy," with discussion of Muldoon, photocopy of article
35 67 Unidentified source, literary/biographical entry on Muldoon, photocopy
35 68 Unidentified source, "Freelance" by Hugo William[?], with mention of Muldoon
35 69 Unidentified source, "Opera houses," review of Muldoon's The Shining Brow by Peter Sirr
35 70 Unidentified source, "The State of Poetry," with section devoted to Muldoon
35 71 Miscellaneous printed material
92 47 Barnes and Noble, printed from company website, undated, author page for Paul Muldoon, unidentified author
92 48 "Paul Muldoon: The Annals of Chile," Shane Murphy, undated
92 49 Ploughshares, "About Paul Muldoon," Sven Birkerts, undated Sven Birkerts, undated
92 50 Printed from website, www.contemporarywriters.com, undated, entry on Paul Muldoon for Booktrust, Peter Forbes
92 51 Printed from website, www.litencyc.com, undated, entry on Paul Muldoon, by Ivan Phillips
92 52 Unidentified journal, undated, "Only Connect," Jeremy Noel-Tod
92 53 Critical Survey of Poetry, undated,entry on Paul Muldoon, George O'Brien
92 54 "The Sunday Poem," undated, Ruth Padel [about "Quoof" by Paul Muldoon]
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