Subseries 5.2
Promotional materials, 1981-2015
Box 39, 99-100, 113-119 and OP 149-160, 173

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of general promotional materials for Muldoon from 1981-2015. Folders include posters, flyers, and pictures that publicize Muldoon and his writing.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order, with oversized items last.

Promotional material
Box Folder Content
39 1 Poetry International, Rotterdam, 1981
39 2 National Poetry Competition in association with BBC Radio 3, 1982
39 3 Ulster Museum press release: exhibition of portraits of Irish writers, 1985
39 4 Whitbread book of the year, 1986
39 5 Ecco Press catalogues, 1986-1988
39 6 Yaddo annual report, 1988
39 7 Poetry Society of America, calendar of events, 1989-1990
39 8 The 31st Yeats International Summer School, Sligo, Ireland, August 11-25, 1990 and The Yeats Theatre festival brochure, August 19, 1990
39 9 Faber and Faber New Books, Stock List, and Children's Book list, 1990-1995
39 10 St. Mary's College Courier, Alumni Magazine (including interview with Paul Muldoon), Spring, 1991
39 11 Writer's in Performance, Manhattan Theatre Club, 1991 (including a copy of Paul Muldoon's introduction for Adam Zagajewski and C. K. Williams and letter to Muldoon from reading organizer.)
39 12 Chevrolet Celtic Classic Highland Games and Festival, Bethlehem, PA, 1992
39 13 Writers in Performance, Manhattan Theatre Club brochure, 1992
39 14 Modern Language Association Program, November, 1993
39 15 Third Dublin International Writer's Festival, 1993
39 16 The Gallery Press New Books Stock List, Summer/Autumn, 1994
39 17 The Forward Prize for Poetry Announcement (Muldoon's The Annals of Chile on best collection shortlist), October 6, 1994.
39 18 "The Music of Edward T. Cone: A Celebratory Retrospective," Princeton University, November 11, 1994
39 19 The Aristeon Prize, European Literary and Translation Prize, 1994
39 20 Poetry Society of America, calendar and awards, Fall 1994
39 21 Poetry Book Society, T. S. Eliot Prize, 1994
39 22 "Itinerary for Dorothy, Jean, and Paul Muldoon," Ireland, 1994
39 23 A Reader's Companion to History, The Home Movie, a novel in verse by Craig Raine
39 24 Folger Shakespeare Library brochure, 1994-1995
39 25 McCarter Calendar News, late winter, 1994-1995 season, Princeton University arts
39 26 Mimi Gerrard Dance Theatre, 30th Anniversary Retrospective, April 28-May 14, 1995
39 27 Poetry Book Society bulletins, Winter 1994 and Spring 1995
39 28 Poetry Society of America newsletter, Spring 1995, No. 46
39 29 The Gallery Press, Poetry, Plays and Fiction by Contemporary Irish Poets; New Books and Stock List, 1995
39 30 Fighting Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame, 1995
39 31 Tanglewood, 1995 (Darin Hagen's "The Waking Father" premiere featuring poems by Paul Muldoon)
39 32 Hopewell Haiku promotional brochure, 1997
39 33 "A Sacred Place" play performed in conjunction with the Program in Theatre and Dance, Princeton University, n.d.
39 34 Ecco Press book covers for Paul Muldooon's Selected Poems, 1968-1986, and The Essential ByronThe Essential Byron
39 35 Faber and Faber Paul Muldoon book covers
99 1 Queen's University Festival, November 20, 1977
99 2 Selected Poems, 1968-1986, 1993
99 3 The Annals of Chile, 1994
99 4 Poetry Book Society, Paul Muldoon receiving the T.S. Eliot Prize, 1994
99 5 The Last Thesaurus, 1995-1998
99 6 New Selected Poems, 1968-1994, 1996
99 7 Paul Muldoon, by Tim Kendall, 1996
99 8 Trinity College Dublin, Summer School, 1996
99 9 Unplugged, 1996
99 10 American Academy of Arts and Letters, Exhibition of Work by Newly Elected Members and Recipients of Honors and Awards, May 16-June 9, 1996
115 Hopewell Haiku, 1997
99 11 Irish Times' Literature Prize for Poetry, October 1, 1997
99 12 The Bangle, 1998
99 13 The Faber Book of Beasts, 1998
99 14 Hay, 1998
99 15 Paul Muldoon: New Perspectives and Historical Sources, 1998
99 16 Thumbscrew, Interview with Paul Muldoon, 1998
99 17 Warwick Press, Announcement of Hopewell Haiku, 1998
99 18 Publishers Weekly, June 29, 1998
99 19 The College of New Jersey, Irish-American Society, November 12, 1998
99 20 Poems, 1968-1998, 1998-2002
100 1 The Birds, 1999
100 2 Something Beginning with P, New Poems from Irish Poets, 1999
100 3 Caedmon's Hymn, June 1, 1999
100 4 Poetry in the New Yorker, 2000
100 5 To Ireland I, 2001-2002
100 6 Exhibition for Festival at Queen's, 2002
100 7 Reverse Flannery, 2002
100 8 Moy Sand and Gravel, 2002-2003
117 Seymour, Dermot, 2005
118 Titanic Society, 2007
113 American Repertory Ballet, 2009
117 Princeton Festival, 2009
113 At Sixes and Sevens, 2013
117 Princeton Poetry Festival, 2013-2015
115 How to Write a Song, creative writing course, 2014
118 Under the Volcano, 2014
113 Arvon, 2015
119 Yeats, 2015
Promotional material, undated
39 36 Art from Conflict: A Selection of Belfast Artists and their Work, Crescent Arts Centre, Belfast, undated
114 Burnt Norton Centre (Chipping Campden, the Cotswolds, England), undated
114 City Opera (New YOrk City, New York), undated
114 Drasler, Greg, undated
115 Hayes, Martin, undated
39 37 "Images: Arts and the People in Northern Ireland," undated
116 McDonagh, Seamus, sports card, undated
116 O'Rourke, Declan, undated
39 38 Pelham, Massachusetts--Historical Materials, undated
117 Poet's Alley, undated
39 39 Poet's House, New York, New York (brochure), undated
117 Something Beginning with P, undated
117 Songs and Sonnets, undated
39 40 Stan Tracey Quartet Promotion for "The Poet's Suite," undated
39 41 "Take It Away" an Evening of Poetry and Jazz with the Billy White Trio, Candy Devine, and Catherine Gibson. Directed by Paul Muldoon, undated
39 42 Twin Elms Writer's Center Writiting Course, New Jersey, undated
39 43 University of Kentucky Announces a New Series in Irish Literature, History, and Culture. General Editor, Jonathan Allison, undated
39 44 Wake Forest University Press promotional materials, undated
39 45 The William McGonagall Award for Poetic License, winner: Paul Muldoon, undated
39 46 Miscellaneous promotional materials related to Paul Muldoon, undated
39 47 Miscellaneous promotional materials for events not directly related to Paul Muldoon, undated
100 9 Der Schmale Pfad in den Tiefen Norden, undated
100 10 Quoof, undated
100 11 Teach for America, undated
Oversized promotional material
OP149 Tara Mines educational poster on Hedgehogs with Muldoon's poem "Hedgehog" printed on it, with cover letter from Faber and Faber and holograph correction (probably not in Muldoon's hand) on poster
OP150 Pencil sketch of Muldoon by Geraldine O'Reilly, 1990
OP151 Assorted promotional and artistic materials, including two posters from Wake Forest University Press, announcement of Maria Simonds-Gooding exhibition, print of Paul Klee painting "They're Biting," announcement for Dingle Peninsula Festival of St. Brendan, and a Literary Map of Princeton, New Jersey
OP152 Assorted promotional and artistic materials, continued, including Harvard College Library of reading by Muldoon and Seamus Heaney (four copies), music and lyrics of "Muldoon the Solid Man" by Edward Harrigan, 1974 Arts Council announcement of reading by James Simmons and Muldoon, announcement of reading by Pm at Mount Holyoke College , Morden Tower Poetry Reading announcement of reading by James Simmons and Muldoon, Steps Theater's "Poets in Person" evening with Muldoon and Douglas Dunn, and promotional photograph of Muldoon reading
OP153 First Trust calendar, with Muldoon poem "Ma" printed on October 1996
OP154 Poetry International 1981 promotional poster with quote from Muldoon poem
OP155 Evening Telegraph, June 16, 1904, with extensive holograph notes and "Muldoon" written at top
OP156 "New Poetry from the United Kingdom," announcement for reading including Muldoon sponsored by the Library of Congress
OP157 City of Boston Certificate of Recognition for Festival of Irish Poetry, signed by the Mayor, May 12, 1990
OP158 "Upstairs in a Tent," announcement for reading by Muldoon, John Marrow, Deirdre Shannon, and Ciaran Carson
OP159 Miscellaneous Ecco enclosures
OP160 Miscellaneous Faber enclosures
OP173 National Poetry Month poster, undated
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