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Subseries 2.2
The Honest Ulsterman author files, 1968-1996
Boxes 7-12; OP1-3

Scope and Content Note

As editor of The Honest Ulsterman, Frank Ormsby kept detailed files on a host of individual authors. These files contain correspondence, often of both a personal and professional nature, sent to Ormsby or to the magazine. Also, many individual writers' manuscript or typescript submissions to the magazine have been preserved here. The author files include not just individual poems or prose pieces but larger sequences, collections, or pamphlets to be reviewed by the editor. Additional materials include interviews, worksheets from sessions of the Belfast Group, assorted promotional materials, and published reviews or essays about particular authors. Significantly, though these files originally served as the editor's record of contacts with a particular author, Ormsby maintained them even after leaving The Honest Ulsterman. This is especially true with the Seamus Heaney files that contain many reviews of Heaney's works published as late as 1995. The Heaney files are also notable for their collection of Heaney's published literary journalism from the late 1960's and early 1970's. Other substantial files pertain to Ciaran Carson, Gerald Dawe, Michael Foley, Robert Greacen, John Hewitt, Michael Longley, Derek Mahon, Medbh McGuckian, Paul Muldoon, Tom Paulin, Carol Rumens, and James Simmons.

Arrangement Note

Author files are arranged alphabetically by author. Correspondence is kept in one or more dated files. Individual works are preserved in discrete folders and listed in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
7 1 Adcock, Fleur, Correspondence, 1977-1984
7 2 Arts Council of Northern Ireland, Correspondence 1983-1996 [includes some Carson correspondence; no Longley materials]
7 3 Arts Council of Northern Ireland: Receipts, 1989-1995
7 4 Buchanan, George, Correspondence, 1972-1983
7 5 Buchanan, George, Correspondence, 1989-1990
7 6 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “Ballygalley Head,” and “Psychic Suicide,” TS
7 7 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “Christmas,” TS
7 8 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “A Church By the Water,” TS
7 9 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “The Dead,” and “Magda and a Group,” TS
7 10 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “Limavady Verses 1946,” TS
7 11 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “Old Stag,” TS
7 12 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “Privacy,” TS
7 13 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “Prophet,” TS
7 14 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “Teenager,” TS
7 15 Buchanan, George, Poetry: “W.B. Yeats,” TS
7 16 Buchanan, George, Prose: “The Autobiographies,” TS
7 17 Buchanan, George, Prose: The Umbra, TS [autobiography]; includes ALS from Buchanan, 20 April 1976
7 18 Carson, Ciaran, Correspondence, 1970-1982
7 19 Carson, Ciaran, Correspondence, undated
7 20 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: The Insular Celts (1973), pamphlet mark-up
7 21 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: The Lost Explorer (1978), TS
7 22 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “After the Exile,” TS
7 23 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “Cyclist,” “King’s Lynn,” “Wheel,” MS; includes ALS from Carson (undated)
7 24 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “The Death of Colmcille,” TS
7 25 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “The Irish for No,” TS
7 26 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “Liadan’s Love for Cuirithir,” TS
7 27 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “Moving In,” TS
7 28 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “Serial,” TS
7 29 Carson, Ciaran, Poetry: “Sisters,” TS [variant title: “Obituaries”]
7 30 Carson, Ciaran, Prose: “Interview with Ciaran Carson,” TS and published version in Linen Hall Review (spring 1991)
7 31 Dawe, Gerald, Correspondence, 1976-1993
7 32 Dawe, Gerald, Correspondence, undated
7 33 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: Sunday School Poems (1991), TS
7 34 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Alba,” TS
7 35 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Backward Look,” TS
7 36 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Chronology,” TS
7 37 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Distances,” TS
7 38 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Do Not Walk on Graves,” TS
7 39 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Double Exposure,” TS
7 40 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Ghosts,” TS
7 41 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Interstices,” TS
7 42 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Leda,” “Monolith,” “The Spiritualist,” “Territory,” TS; includes TLS from Dawe (undated)
7 43 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Shades of Alexander Park,” TS
7 44 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Sunday Walk at Ross,” TS
7 45 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Vigil,” TS
7 46 Dawe, Gerald, Poetry: “Vista,” TS
7 47 Dunn, Douglas, Correspondence, 1974-1984
7 48 Dunn, Douglas, Translations from the Polish of Piotr Sumner: “Drop,” “At Least I See It That Way,” “Cavafy,” “Recently,” “Arrival,” “Smiling with reconciliation,” “The man…,” “What You Need To Do,” “Before Sleep,” “Exiles,” “In these same rooms,” TS
7 49 Durcan, Paul, Correspondence, 1977-1980, 1987
8 1 Ewart, Gavin, Correspondence, 1968-1984
8 2 Ewart, Gavin, Correspondence, undated
8 3 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “Anti-Christmas Poems,” TS [including: “Advice for the Winter,” “The Reason Why,” “Sonnet: People Who Love Abstractions,” “Two Poems for Bad Children,” “The Unforeseeable,” “The Young Lady of Herm”] with ALS from Ewart, 2 December 1986
8 4 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “Double Haiku: Singers,” TS
8 5 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “Experience Hotel,” TS
8 6 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “In the Divorce Court,” TS and “Penal,” TS
8 7 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “John Reginald Halliday Christie,” TS
8 8 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “The Little Girl Writes a Sonnet About Her Dead Cat,” TS
8 9 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “Miss God,” TS
8 10 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “On the ‘A’ Level Syllabus,” TS
8 11 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “On the Spot,” TS
8 12 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “The Relaxed Sunday Morning,” TS
8 13 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “The Return of the Hero,” TS
8 14 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “Sonnet: The Carpet,” TS
8 15 Ewart, Gavin, Poetry: “Three Poems” [including TS of: “The Lives of the Poets,” Soldiers’ Song,” “Ending”]
8 16 Fallon, Peter, Correspondence, 1969-1984
8 17 Fallon, Peter, Correspondence, 1989-1996
8 18 Fallon, Peter, Correspondence, undated
8 19 Fallon, Peter, Poetry: “The Darker Arts,” TS
8 20 Fallon, Peter, Poetry: “El Dorado,” TS
8 21 Fallon, Peter, Poetry: “Herding,” TS
8 22 Fallon, Peter, Poetry: “Killer,” TS
8 23 Foley, Michael, Correspondence, 1972-1988
8 24 Foley, Michael, Correspondence, undated
8 25 Foley, Michael, Poetry: “The Arseless Years,” and “Dossing,” TS
8 26 Foley, Michael, Poetry: “Careers Talk,” TS
8 27 Foley, Michael, Poetry: “I Was There,” TS
8 28 Foley, Michael, Poetry: “The Laments of Hi Ho,” TS
8 29 Foley, Michael, Poetry: “The World is Seldom With Us,” TS
8 30 Foley, Michael, Drama: The Few, MS
8 31 Foley, Michael, Prose: “Living the Job,” MS [essay]
8 32 Foley, Michael, Prose: “The New Science Fiction,” MS [essay]
8 33 Foley, Michael, Prose: “The Ulster Goldmine,” MS [essay]
8 34 Foley, Michael, Prose: “Mr. Ewart Entertains,” MS [review of Be My Guest and An Imaginary Love Affair by Gavin Ewart] Gavin Ewart] An Imaginary Love Affair by
8 35 Foley, Michael, Prose: Review [untitled] of Energy to Burn by James Simmons
8 36 Foley, Michael, Prose: Review [untitled] of The Long Summer Still to Come by James Simmons
8 37 Foley, Michael, Prose: Review [untitled] of Night-Lines by John McGahern
8 38 Greacen, Robert, Correspondence, 1970-1995
8 39 Greacen, Robert, Correspondence, undated
8 40 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: Uncle Jack (1990), TS [includes: “Uncle Jack,” “Bad Books,” “Instead of Flowers,” “Uncle George,” “Father,” “Photograph,” “Aunt Tillie,” “Cousin Willie,” “Goals,” “Miss Vincent,” “St. Andrew’s Day”]; with TLS from Greacen, 1 March 1990
8 41 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: Ten Poems [includes: “Carnival at the River,” “Church and Covenant,” “City,” “Differential Calculus,” “Dreams, Nightmares,” “Hero,” “Oranges,” “A Stone from Buckie,” “Sunday in Co. Monaghan, 1935,” “A Wish for St. Patrick’s Day”]; with TLS from Greacen, 2 March 1990
8 42 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Birthday,” TS
8 43 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “The Captain in Spain,” TS
8 44 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Chorus from ‘Adam at Evening,’” TS
8 45 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “In This Dead Month,” TS
8 46 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Jack! Jack!,” and “A Poet Dying,” TS; with ALS from Greacen, 23 July 1971
8 47 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “The Letter,” TS
8 48 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Lines for a Young Lady on Her Twenty-First Birthday,” TS
8 49 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “The Only Emperor,” TS
8 50 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Prothalamion for K. F.,” TS
8 51 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Seaon and Season,” TS
8 52 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Song,” TS
8 53 Greacen, Robert, Poetry: “Wee Jimmy,” TS
8 54 Greacen, Robert, Prose: Brief Encounters (1991) [proof of book of essays]
8 55 Greacen, Robert, Prose: “John Gallen: A Memoir,” TS of essay
Heaney, Seamus, Correspondence, 1971-1996 [See Subseries 1.2: Personal literary correspondence]
Heaney, Seamus, Correspondence: Announcements and invitations, 1975-1996 [See Subseries 1.2: Personal literary correspondence]
8 56 Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: “Christmas Eve,” [variant title: “An Ulster Twilight;” printed as Heaney family Christmas card, December 1984]
8 57 Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: Belfast Group Worksheet, 8 November 1971 [includes: "Servant Boy", "The Last Mummer", "Gifts of Rain", "The Tollund Man", "Westering"] Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: Belfast Group Worksheet,
8 58 Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: Seamus Heaney: The Incertus Years, TS (1985 reprint of 1961 pamphlet) [includes: “Reaping in Heat,” “October Thought,” “Nostalgia in the Afternoon,” “Aran,” “Song of My Man Alive,” “There’s Rosemary” (story), and Seamus Deane’s “Pause,” “To the dead in a city cemetery,” and “The Wedding”]
8 59 Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: “The Last Mummer,” TS [included with “Letter to an Editor” and “Servant Boy”]
8 60 Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: “Letter to an Editor,” TS [included with “The Last Mummer” and “Servant Boy”]
8 61 Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: “Limbo,” TS
8 62 Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: “Servant Boy,” TS [included with “The Last Mummer” and “Letter to an Editor”]
Heaney, Seamus, Poetry: “Servant Boy,” autographed broadside (20 June 1971) [catalogued separately as part of the Special Collections Rare Book Collection]
8 63 Heaney, Seamus, Prose: “Seamus Heaney writes…” in Poetry Book Society Bulletin (summer 1969)
8 64 Heaney, Seamus, Prose: “Review of The Confessions of Proinnsias O’Toole” (1971)
8 65 Heaney, Seamus, Promotional material: Broadside for Field Work book-launch and reading, 15 October 1979
OP1 Heaney, Seamus, Printed material by Heaney [includes: “Whatever You Say, Say Nothing” (poem), “John Hume’s Derry” (article), “Secret Nests of County Derry” (article), “Kavanagh of the Parish,” (article), “Deep as England” (review of Ted Hughes’s Selected Poems), “Tradition and an Individual Talent” (review of The Hugh MacDiarmid Anthology), “A Poetic Legacy” (review of Padraic Fallon’s Poems), “Autobiographical Borings: A Selection from the Pen of Seamus Heaney”] The Hugh MacDiarmid Anthology), “A Poetic Legacy” (review of Padraic Fallon’s Poems), “Autobiographical Borings: A Selection from the Pen of Seamus Heaney”]
8 66 Heaney, Seamus, Printed material about Heaney: Promotional and biographical material
OP2 Heaney, Seamus, Printed material about Heaney: General articles and interviews
OP3 Heaney, Seamus, Printed material about Heaney: Reviews [includes reviews of North, Field Work, Sweeney Astray, Station Island, Government of the Tongue, Haw Lantern, The Place of Writing, Spirit Level] Field Work, Sweeney Astray, Station Island, Government of the Tongue, Haw Lantern, The Place of Writing, Spirit Level]
8 67 Heaney, Seamus, Printed material about Heaney: “Time and History in Seamus Heaney's ‘In Memoriam Francis Ledwidge,” by Robert di Nicola in Eire-Ireland (21:4) 1986
8 68 Hewitt, John, Correspondence, 1968-1982
8 69 Hewitt, John, Correspondence, 1965-1981 [between Hewitt and Alan Warner]
8 70 Hewitt, John, Poetry: “Executives Third Tier,” MS
8 71 Hewitt, John, Poetry: “For a Moment of Darkness Over the Nation,” TS
8 72 Hewitt, John, Poetry: “The Last Spring,” TS
8 73 Hewitt, John, Poetry: “Legend in His Own Lifetime,” TS
8 74 Hewitt, John, Poetry: “This Was the Pub,” MS
8 75 Hewitt, John, Poetry: “The Threatened Place: Winter in the Midlands,” TS
8 76 Hewitt, John, Poetry: “Two Artists,” TS
8 77 Hewitt, John, Printed material by Hewitt: “Coventry: The Tradition of Change and Continuity,” 1966 [prose pamphlet]
8 78 Hewitt, John, Printed material about Hewitt: John Hewitt International Summer School materials, 1991-1992
8 79 Hewitt, John, Printed material about Hewitt: Invitations and programs, 1977-1987
9 1 Hogan, James, Correspondence, 1974-1982, including undated correspondence
9 2 Jenkins, David, Poetry: TS poems for pamphlet proposed by Derek Mahon [includes: ALS from Mahon, 6 March 1978; and poems: “Postcard from Portrush,” “Tony Bareham,” “Homage to the lapel-badge…,” “Don’t cry for me (Ballymena),” “The Front Row,” “The Chess Lesson,” “The Snowdon Horsehoe,” “Perimeter Fence”]
9 3 Johnston, Robert, Correspondence, 1972-1983
9 4 Johnston, Robert, Correspondence, 1987-1993
9 5 Johnston, Robert, Correspondence, undated
9 6 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Adelaide,” TS
9 7 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Aero,” TS
9 8 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Atheist’s Complaint,” TS
9 9 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Autobiography,” TS
9 10 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Before Sleep,” TS
9 11 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Big House,” TS
9 12 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “In Time of Peace,” TS
9 13 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “In the Tower,” TS
9 14 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Lovers’ Moon,” TS
9 15 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “New Incidents in the Life of Shelley,” TS
9 16 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Scientific Fiction,” TS
9 17 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Upside Down,” TS
9 18 Johnston, Robert, Poetry: “Vegand’s Complaint,” TS
9 19 Johnston, Robert, Prose: “The Cultural Revolution,” TS
9 20 Johnston, Robert, Prose: “ Honest Ulsterman Press Release,” TS
9 21 Johnston, Robert, Printed material about Johnston: Invitations and programs
9 22 Johnston, Robert, Photograph
9 23 Keenan, Gerard, Correspondence, 1971-1974
9 24 Keenan, Gerard, Correspondence, 1975-1984
9 25 Keenan, Gerard, Correspondence, 1986, 1988, undated
9 26 Keenan, Gerard, Prose: The First Chronicle of Farset, TS [novel chapters 3-14]
9 27 Keenan, Gerard, Prose: “The H.U. Business Section,” TS [essays by “Jude the Obscure”]
9 28 Longley, Michael, Correspondence, 1970-1977
9 29 Longley, Michael, Correspondence, 1978-1984
9 30 Longley, Michael, Correspondence, 1989-1991
9 31 Longley, Michael, Correspondence, undated
9 32 Longley, Michael, Correspondence, 1977, 1990 [from Frank Ormsby]
9 33 Longley, Michael, Correspondence, Invitations and programs
9 34 Longley, Michael, Poetry: Gorse Fires, TS
9 35 Longley, Michael, Poetry: Belfast Group Worksheets, circa 1970-1971 [includes: "To the Poets", "Mountain Swim", "A Nativity", "Miscarriage", "The North", "Lares", "Caravan"] Longley, Michael, Poetry: Belfast Group Worksheets, circa
9 36 Longley, Michael, Poetry: Belfast Group Worksheets, 31 January 1972 [includes: "Altera Cithera", "Three Posthumous Pieces", "The Island", "Casualty", "Badger", "Hedgehog", "Robin", "Kingfisher", "The Adulterer"] Longley, Michael, Poetry: Belfast Group Worksheets,
9 37 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “An Amish Rug,” TS
9 38 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Anticleia,” TS
9 39 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Belfast to Dublin,” TS
9 40 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Between Hovers,” TS
9 41 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “The Butchers,” TS [with ALS from Longley]
9 42 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Cat’s Cradle,” TS
9 43 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “A Dedication,” TS
9 44 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Detour,” TS
9 45 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Entomology,” TS
9 46 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Ghetto,” TS [See also ALS from Longley included with “The Butchers”]
9 47 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Homecoming,” TS
9 48 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Insomnia,” TS and “Phosphorescence,” TS
9 49 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Laertes,” TS [See also ALS from Longley included with “The Butchers”]
9 50 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “A Lapwing’s Egg,” Christmas card, undated
9 51 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “A Letter to James Simmons,” TS [with ALS from Longley, 12 April 1972]
9 52 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Peregrine,” Christmas card, undated
9 53 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Ploughing By the Tail,” TS
9 54 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Sea Shanty,” TS
9 55 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Soiree,” TS
9 56 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Spells,” TS
9 57 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Spring Tide,” TS
9 58 Longley, Michael, Poetry: “Trade Winds,” TS
9 59 Longley, Michael, Poetry: untitled fragments, MS
9 60 Longley, Michael, Poetry by Julie O’Callaghan: “Naturally the Foundation Will Not Bear My Expense,” TS
9 61 Mahon, Derek, Correspondence, 1975-1984
9 62 Mahon, Derek, Correspondence, undated
9 63 Mahon, Derek, Correspondence, 1969 [to James Simmons]
9 64 Mahon, Derek, Poetry: “Four Poems,” TS [includes: J.P. Donleavy's Dublin,” “The Graduate in Metal Box,” “Gypsies II,” “I Am Raftery”]
9 65 Mahon, Derek, Poetry: “Two Translations,” TS [variant title: “After Nerval”]
9 66 Mahon, Derek, Poetry: “The Voice,” TS translated from the French of Philippe Jaccottet [includes unsourced printed version]
10 1 Marcus, David, Correspondence, 1968-1969 [to James Simmons]
10 2 Marcus, David, 1970-1978 [to Frank Ormsby]
10 3 Matthews, Tom, Correspondence, 1970-1981
10 4 Matthews, Tom, Correspondence, undated
10 5 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: Foolstop, TS pamphlet mock-up,1973 [includes: “Sibyl,” “Young Girl’s Diary,” “Robert Sat,” “Oh Teenangels,” “The Dead Saviour,” “Happy Arabia,” “Quentin Crisp,” “Poem to Edward Lear,” “The Successful Candidate,” “Juggler,” “The Cowboy Film,” “Tom’s Song,” “Adjusted,” “We Meet,” “Benign,” “Skin Trouble,” “Beef Curry,” “Restless,” “The Road Again”]
10 6 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Archie Duffin,” TS
10 7 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Better Days,” TS
10 8 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Blessed,” “Gross Monk,” “Guest,” and “Travel Pome,” TS
10 9 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Chaine of Chaine Park,” TS
10 10 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Diesel Dan,” TS
10 11 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Gustav the Great Explorer,” TS
10 12 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “On the Pomes,” TS
10 13 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Pity Poor Children,” TS
10 14 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Poet in the Grass,” TS
10 15 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Pop Festival,” TS
10 16 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Quentin Crisp,” TS
10 17 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Suicide Boy,” TS
10 18 Matthews, Tom, Poetry: “Virginian,” TS
10 19 McFadden, Roy, Correspondence, 1979-1981 [to Frank Ormsby]
10 20 McFadden, Roy, Correspondence, 1979 [from Frank Ormsby to Roy McFadden]
10 21 McFadden, Roy Correspondence, 1979 [from assorted editors to Roy McFadden]
10 22 McFadden, Roy, Poetry: “Daisymount Terrace,” TS [with TLS from Roy McFadden, 2 April 1978]
10 23 McFadden, Roy, Poetry: After Seymour’s Funeral, TS (1990)
10 24 McFadden, Roy, Poetry: Verifications, proofs (1977)
10 25 McFadden, Roy, Poetry: selections for Ormsby's Poets from the North of Ireland [includes: “Epithalamium,” “First Letter to an Irish Novelist,” “Stringer’s Field,” TS; with TLS from McFadden, 13 May 1979]
10 26 McFadden, Roy, Poetry: selections for Ormsby's Poets from the North of Ireland [includes: “Contemplations of Mary,” “From Memoirs of Chinatown: Bigamy,” “First Letter to an Irish Novelist,” “The Grand Central Hotel,” proofs; with TLS from McFadden, 21 May 1979]
10 27 McGuckian, Medbh, Correspondence, 1975-1980
10 28 McGuckian, Medbh, Correspondence, undated
10 29 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “After the Fire,” TS
10 30 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Amelia,” TS
10 31 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Balakhana,” TS
10 32 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Bone-Setter,” TS
10 33 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Cage-Cup,” TS
10 34 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Catching Geese,” TS
10 35 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Chain Sleeper,” TS
10 36 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Choice,” TS
10 37 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Confinement,” TS
10 38 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Cup,” TS
10 39 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Fire Tower,” TS
10 40 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Fossils,” TS
10 41 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Friday,” TS
10 42 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Garden Gnome,” TS
10 43 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Half-Word,” TS
10 44 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The House,” TS
10 45 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Kells,” TS
10 46 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Partly Dedicated to a House,” TS
10 47 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Petite Maison,” TS
10 48 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Return of Helen,” TS
10 49 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Sea or Sky?” TS
10 50 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Shaferi,” TS
10 51 McGuckian, Medbh, Medbh, Poetry: “The Show House,” TS
10 52 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “The Sofa,” TS
10 53 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Studies,” TS
10 54 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Tobacco Hole,” TS
10 55 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: “Truganini,” TS
10 56 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: "Up the River," TS
10 57 McGuckian, Medbh, Poetry: "Waterford," TS
10 58 Montague, John, Correspondence, 1969-1988
10 59 Montague, John, Correspondence, announcements and invitations
10 60 Montague, John, Poetry: "Coldness," "The Massacre," "Northern Express," TS
10 61 Montague, John, Poetry: "Craigavon Blues," TS
10 62 Montague, John, Poetry: "A Frenchman in Derry," TS
10 63 Montague, John, Poetry: "Wedge," TS
10 64 Montague, John, Poetry: "Weeds," TS
10 65 Montague, John, Printed material: "Old Mythologies," poem on postcard with MS message from Montague, undated
10 66 Montague, John, Printed material: "Omagh Hospital," poem in the Poetry Book Society Bulletin
10 67 Montague, John, Printed material: Review of Montague's A Chosen Light [by Dan Covy?]
10 68 Montague, John, Photographs
10 69 Muldoon, Paul, Correspondence, 1970-1976
10 70 Muldoon, Paul, Correspondence, 1980-1991
10 71 Muldoon, Paul, Correspondence, undated
10 72 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Belfast Group worksheets, undated [incomplete worksheet includes: "Grass Widow [cont'd]", "The Indians on Alcatraz", "The Electric Orchard"] Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Belfast Group worksheets, undated [incomplete worksheet includes:
10 73 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Belfast Group worksheets, 25 October 1971 [includes: "Blowing Eggs", "The Radio Horse", "The Field Hospital", "On a Dog of Unlike Eyes", "The Lost Tribe", "The Upriver Incident", "Party Piece"] Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Belfast Group worksheets,
10 74 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Knowing My Place, TS mock-up of pamphlet, 1971 [includes: "Rodgers at Loughgall," "Seanchas," "Macha," "Clonfeacle," "Dancers at the Moy," "Belfast," "The Indians on Alcatraz," "Dixon on Tory," "Little Skellig," "Derryscollop," "Leaving the Island"]
10 75 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Spirit of Dawn, TS for pamphlet, 1975 [includes: "Ned Skinner," "Spirit of Dawn," "Cheesecake," "The Mixed Marriage," "Ma," "Keen," "Vaquero," "The Rucksack," "Big Liz," "Largesse," "At Martha’s Deli," "The Big House"]
10 76 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Spirit of Dawn, mock-up for pamphlet, 1975
10 77 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: Spirit of Dawn, mock-up for pamphlet, 1975
10 78 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "Centre Piece," MS
10 79 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "The Glass Boat," TS
10 80 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "James Dixon The First Tractor That Ever Came to Tory," TS
10 81 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "The Pink Tandem," TS
10 82 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "Poem for Lawrence," MS
10 83 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "Rapunzel," TS
10 84 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "Taking the Rust," MS
10 85 Muldoon, Paul, Poetry: "Uncle Pat," TS
10 86 Muldoon, Paul, Prose: "Winners," TS review of Under the Moon, Over the Stars by Michael Longley
10 87 Muldoon, Paul, Prose: untitled, MS review of No Continuing City by Michael Longley
11 1 O’Brien, Sean, Correspondence, 1978
11 2 O’Brien, Sean, Correspondence, 1988
11 3 Paulin, Tom, Correspondence, 1973-1989
11 4 Paulin, Tom, Correspondence, undated
11 5 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "Ballywaire," TS
11 6 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "The College Record," TS
11 7 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "A Desert Development," TS
11 8 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "The Editorial Manse," TS
11 9 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "From," TS
11 10 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "A Kind of Local," TS
11 11 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "Image," TS
11 12 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "In Antrim," TS
11 13 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "No More Photographs," TS
11 14 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "Practical Values," TS
11 15 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "A Pre-War Arrival," TS
11 16 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "Reminders," TS
11 17 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "A September Rising," TS
11 18 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "The wind in pine forests, dry twigs…," TS
11 19 Paulin, Tom, Poetry: "Without Mercy," TS
11 20 Paulin, Tom, Printed material: "Tom Paulin writes…" in the Poetry Book Society Bulletin, spring 1977
11 21 Peskett, William, Correspondence, 1970-1979
11 22 Peskett, William, Correspondence, undated
11 23 Peskett, William, Correspondence, 1969-1970 [to James Simmons]
11 24 Peskett, William, Poetry: "Cleaning Stables," TS
11 25 Peskett, William, Poetry: "Window Dressing," TS
11 26 Price, Victor, Correspondence, 1975-1981
11 27 Price, Victor, Poetry: "Commuters" and "Photograph of a Leopard Lady," TS
11 28 Price, Victor, Poetry: "Errant Valkyrie," TS
11 29 Price, Victor, Poetry: "Georgie," TS
11 30 Price, Victor, Poetry: "Not Dead Yet," TS
11 31 Price, Victor, Poetry: "Reading to Music," TS
11 32 Price, Victor, Poetry: "Twisted Nerve," TS
11 33 Price, Victor, Prose: "Richard Rowley - A Forgotten Poet," TS [essay]
11 34 Price, Victor, Poetry: A Winning Line, TS [novel]
11 35 Raine, Craig, Correspondence, 1978
11 36 Rumens, Carol, Correspondence, 1976-1984
11 37 Rumens, Carol, Correspondence, undated
11 38 Rumens, Carol, Poetry: A Necklace of Mirrors, TS [includes: ALS from Rumens 24 October 1978 and poems: "Portrait of the Poet as a Little Girl," "Sappho," "Li Ju-Chen’s Dream," "The Witch’s Manuscript," "Song for Puberty," Charlotte's Journey," "The Cruel Mother: A New Version," "The Housewife's Manuscript," "Sylvia Plath: A Dramatic Monologue," "Last Words of the Cumaean Sybil," "Akhmatova in Leningrad," "For the Pioneers," TS]
11 39 Rumens, Carol, Poetry: "Fear," TS
11 40 Rumens, Carol, Poetry: "The Girl in the Cathedral," TS
11 41 Rumens, Carol, Poetry: "A Poor Man" and "Small Views," TS
11 42 Rumens, Carol, Poetry: "Unplayed Music," TS
11 43 Simmons, James, Correspondence, 1968-1974
11 44 Simmons, James, Correspondence, 1975-1984
11 45 Simmons, James, Correspondence, 1988-1996
11 46 Simmons, James, Correspondence, undated
11 47 Simmons, James, Correspondence, The Poets' House organizational materials
11 48 Simmons, James, Correspondence, The Poets' House promotional materials
11 49 Simmons, James, Poetry: Belfast Group worksheets, Monday March 1, 1971 [includes: "Marital Sonnets", "Elegy for J.F. Kennedy", "The Publican", "A Man of Principle", "No Land is Waste", "Homage to Eichmann", "Goodbye Sally", TS, 3 copies] Simmons, James, Poetry: Belfast Group worksheets,
11 50 Simmons, James, Poetry: The Poets' House, "Poems in Honor of James Simmons's 60th Birthday," 14 Februrary 1993 [includes: McGuckian's "The Tomorrow Club," Montague's "Last Journey," Ormsby's "Some of Us Stayed Forever," Simmons's "The Island Again," TS]
11 51 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Ballad of Bertrand Russell," TS
11 52 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Cattle Rustling at Cooley," TS
11 53 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Circumnavigators," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
11 54 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Cook's Song," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
11 55 Simmons, James, Poetry: "A Customer of Beauty / A Barren Exercise," TS
11 56 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Divorce," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
11 57 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Dunlewey: 1977," TS
11 58 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Elegy," TS
11 59 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Escape," TS
11 60 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Extempore Effusion on a Hurt Thumb," TS
11 61 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Fragments," and "Wish Fulfillment," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
11 62 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Heart of his Mystery: Derek Mahon Reads his Poetry," TS
12 1 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Holiday in Garvagh," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 2 Simmons, James, Poetry: "J.M. Synge," TS
12 3 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Leeds. 1958," TS
12 4 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Liberator," TS
12 5 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Man Outside the Beauty Parlour," TS
12 6 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Marital Sonnets," TS
12 7 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Nancy With the Laughing Face," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 8 Simmons, James, Poetry: "To One Watching With Envy a Game of Tennis Played by Experts," TS
12 9 Simmons, James, Poetry: "On Secondment," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 10 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Second Settler's Soliloquy," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 11 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Set Peace," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 12 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Sex, Rectitude and Loneliness," TS
12 13 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Straight Line and the Circle," TS
12 14 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Strip to Essentials," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 15 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Strong Breed," TS
12 16 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Troubles," TS
12 17 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Twenty Years," TS
12 18 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Valediction to the Editors," TS
12 19 Simmons, James, Poetry: "When She's Late Home," TS
12 20 Simmons, James, Poetry: "White Gloves Across the Border," TS
12 21 Simmons, James, Poetry: "Why to the Wilderness," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 22 Simmons, James, Poetry: "The Wreckers," TS [See also Subseries 1.1: Honest Ulsterman correspondence, letter from Simmons, 22 September 1971]
12 23 Simmons, James, Poetry: untitled
12 24 Simmons, James, Prose: A Boyhood in the Colony, TS autobiography [includes chapters 5 ("Mother and Garden") and 7 ("'Training,' an Interlude")]
12 25 Simmons, James, Prose: "Author's Note," TS [autobiographical sketch]
12 26 Simmons, James, Prose: "Art and Politics," TS [essay]
12 27 Simmons, James, Prose: "Dr. Conrad," TS [essay]
12 28 Simmons, James, Prose: "Huckleberry Finn (1), (2)," TS [essays for The Honest Ulsterman's "The Entertainment Section"]
12 29 Simmons, James, Prose: "The Thoughts of Derek Montgomery," TS [essays]
12 30 Simmons, James, Prose: "The Thoughts of Derek Montgomery," proofs [essays include: "James Joyce," "Understanding," "Religion as Literature"]
12 31 Simmons, James, Prose: untitled, TS review of The Big Chapel by Thomas Kilroy Thomas Kilroy
12 32 Simmons, James, Prose: untitled, TS review of Fergus by Brian Moore Brian Moore
12 33 Simmons, James, Prose: untitled, TS review of A Man Flourishing by Sam Hanna Bell Sam Hanna Bell
12 34 Simmons, James, Printed material: Programs [including The Cattle Rustling]
12 35 Simmons, James, Printed material: Reviews of James Simmons
12 36 Simmons, James, Artwork
12 37 Sumner, Piotr, Correspondence: 1976-1984
12 38 Waterman, Andrew, Correspondence, 1974-1978
12 39 Waterman, Andrew, Poetry: "Summer Truce," TS
12 40 Williams, Patrick, Correspondence, 1975-1981
12 41 Williams, Patrick, Correspondence, undated
12 42 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Abuse by Fire," "Getting Home," "God & Angels," "God Talk," "Mountain," "Murphy," "Poor Old Death," TS [collected as a group]
12 43 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Alma Mater," "Boozed," "The Boys," "Carnival," "For Those Concerned," "In the Pen," "The Salt Town," "Seize the Day," "Vampire," "A Warning," "Winter," TS [collected as a group]
12 44 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Certain Gardens," "A Choice," "A Glance Behind," "In the Room," "On a Clear Day," "Sick Joke," "Shock Treatment," "Ten Years," TS [collected as a group]
12 45 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "The Ghost Houses," "Here Comes Everybody," "Midnight Mass," "Progress Report," "Speech Surgery," TS [collected as a group]
12 46 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Caller," TS
12 47 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Children of Ice," TS
12 48 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "The Curator," TS
12 49 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Exhumation," TS
12 50 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Getting Home," TS
12 51 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Little Job," TS
12 52 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Murphy," TS
12 53 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "New Year Encyclical," TS
12 54 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Light," TS
12 55 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "A Personal Matter," TS
12 56 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Place," TS
12 57 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Poem," TS
12 58 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Shelter," TS
12 59 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Speech Surgery," TS
12 60 Williams, Patrick, Poetry: "Ten Years," TS
12 61 Young, Augustus, Correspondence, 1970-1974, includes undated correspondence
12 62 Young, Augustus, Poetry: "Ballad of Fat Margot," TS
12 63 Young, Augustus, Poetry: "Going to the City," TS
12 64 Young, Augustus, Poetry: "Skirtings," TS
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