Series 4
Printed material, 1942-2013 [bulk 1985-2013]
Boxes 21 - 28; OP 2 - 48

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of printed material by and about Trethewey, as well as printed material collected by Trethewey from 1989-2013. The series contains Trethewey's published work as well as promotional material for readings, workshops, and appearances by Trethewey and others. Also found in this series are magazines and newsletters related to fellowship programs such as the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study and professional publications like Poets and Writers. Printed material by Trethewey includes poems, editorial writing, and essays, while printed material about Trethewey consists primarily of fliers, newspaper clippings, book reviews, and magazine articles. Other printed material contains magazines not featuring Trethewey and published poems and essays by other authors such as Helen Vendler and Kevin Young.

Printed material can also be found in Born digital materials (Series 7).

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Printed material by Trethewey
Box Folder Content
21 1 After Your Death, broadsides, April 26, 2006
21 2 "After Your Death," Folger Poetry Series, broadside, March 16, 2009
21 3 Beyond Katrina, excerpt, Emory Quadrangle, Spring 2011 Emory Quadrangle, Spring 2011
21 4 "Camera Obscura," and "Southern Pastoral," proofs, The Greensboro Review, 2002
OP2 - Enlightenment broadside, Virginia Quarterly Review, undated
21 5 Emerging Women Writers: A Special Issue, Callaloo, volume 19, number 2, 1996
21 6 "Flounder," Callaloo, 1993
21 7 "Genus Narcissus," and "Myth," proofs, New England Review, 2004
21 8 Interchange: Genres of History, The Journal of American History, September 2004
21 9 "Invocation, 1926," Songs of Sustenance, January 28, 2012
21 10 "It is true and clear: Katrina isn't over," The Sun Herald, August 29, 2010
OP3 - Kitchen Maid with Supper at Emmaus, or the Mulata, The Beall Poetry Festival broadside, Baylor University, 2011
21 11 "A Landscape of Remembrance and Forgetting," Loose Canons, March 2003
21 12 "Limen," Folger Poetry Series, broadside, April 29, 2002
21 13 "Limen," proof, New England Review, 1999
OP4 - Liturgy broadside, Virginia Quarterly Review, 2008
21 14 "Mexico," and "De espanol, y Negra; Mulata," Poetry Northwest, Fall 2009
21 15 "Native Guard," Callaloo, 2001
21 16 "Our Loss, Through the Eye of the Storm," The New York Times, August 29, 2010
21 17 "A Special Focus on Poetry," Loose Canons, November 2004
21 18 "Speculation," proofs, The Greensboro Review, 1995
21 19 "Three Photographs," Callaloo, 1993
21 20 "White Lies" and "Give and Take," The Seattle Review, Fall 1992/Winter 1993
21 21 "Working Roots: A Collection of Poetry and Prose," dissertation, Master of Arts Degree in Creative Writing, University of Georgia, 1989
21 22 "Zebra," May 1991
Printed material about Trethewey
21 23 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Center for Women at Emory, Keynote Address by Natasha Trethewey, September 28, 2012
21 24 92nd Street Y events calendars, Tisch Centers for the Arts, New York City, 2008-2010
OP5 - A Proclamation of the University of Georgia Alumni Association, 2007
21 25 The Academic Exchange newsletter, September 2008
21 26 Agnes Scott Dabney Adams Hart Lecture, November 16, 2010
21 27 Alabama Artists Fellowship Recipients 2000-2002
OP6 - Althea Ward Clark W21 Reading Series, Princeton University, 2008
21 28 Arts and Education Council Conference on Southern Literature and The Fellowship of Southern Writers Biennial Meeting, April 2-4, 2009
21 29 Arts Fest at Central Piedmont Community College, April 20-25, 2009
OP7 - Auburn University at Montgomery, poster, reading of Bellocq's Ophelia, October 9, 2011
21 30 Auburn University, The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art events, 2006-2008
21 31 The Beall Poetry Festival, Baylor University, 2011
OP8 The Bellarmine University Writers Series, poster, circa 2000 [with Eric Trethewey]
21 32 Bellocq's Ophelia, book cover proofs, 2002
21 33 Bellocq's Ophelia reading, Auburn University Center for the Arts & Humanities
OP9 - The Binghamton University Readers' Series, poster, April 23, 2002
21 34 The Blacksmith House Poetry Series, Fall 2000
21 35 Bookmark, February 1, 2002
22 1 Bread Loaf Writers' Conference materials, 2007, 2009
22 2 Business cards
22 3 Callaloo event programs, 1999-2007
22 4 Catskill Poetry Workshop, June 19-26, 2004
22 5 Cave Canem First Books reading, 2000-2001
22 6 Cave Canem reading schedule, 2011
OP10 - Certificate of Appointment as Mississippis Poet Laureate, 2011
OP11 - Chesapeake Poetry Festival [autographed], February 25March 1, 2008
22 7 Chesapeake Poetry Festival Supper program, February 29, 2008
22 8 Claflin University reading program, January 23, 2008
22 9 Coastal Carolina University Celebration of Inquiry, February 14-16, 2007
OP12 - College of Saint Benedict and Graywolf Press reading, October 31-November 3, 2000
22 10 The Conference on Southern Literature, April 14-16, 2011
22 11 Connections, The Dalton School, Fall 2007
22 12 Contemporary Forum, Pheonix Art Museum, Fall 2000
OP13 - The Contemporary Writers Series, Greenville Museum of Art, October 25, 2012-
OP14 - Conversations with Poet Natasha Trethewey, Oklahoma City University, April 7, 2010
22 13 The Dark Room Collective material, 1993-2012
22 14 Dear Reader newsletter, March-April 2002
OP15 - Decatur Book Festival, August 31September 2, 2007
22 15 Decatur Book Festival, tickets to keynote address by Natasha Trethewey, August 31, 2012
22 16 Delta State University commencement program, December 8, 2007
OP16 Delta State University, "A reading by Natasha Trethewey," October 10, 2009
OP17 - Delta State University reading, "In the Year of Delta Heritage: A Reading by Natasha Trethewey," October 10, 2009
22 17 Deutschman, Alan, "Belles, Books, and Candor," Vanity Fair, February 2011
22 18 Dinner in Honor of Natasha Trethewey Pulitzer Prize Winning Poet, menu, April 29, 2009
OP18 - The Elizabeth Boatwright Coker Visiting Writers Series, public reading and book signing, poster, October 3, 2000
22 19 Emory University Convocation, August 28, 2012
22 20 Entering the World Through Language, Emory Univerity, March 20-22, 2011
OP19 - Esther Freier Endowed Lecture in Literature, University of Minnesota, April 27, 2011
22 21 Eudora Welty Writers' Symposium, October 22-24, 2009
22 22 An Evening of Poetry with Natasha Trethewey program, September 16, 2008
22 23 Event invitations, 2006-2011
22 24 "The EW 100: Must-Reads for this Summer," Entertainment Weekly, June 29-July 6, 2007
22 25 Fales-Hill, Susan, "Our Poet Laureate," Essence, September 2012
22 26 Fall for the Book Festival, September 18-23, 2011
22 27 Fall Into the Arts, 2012
22 28 "A Fellowship of Poets," Radcliffe Quarterly, Spring 2003
OP20 - Festival of Younger Poets, Ohio Wesleyan University, undated
22 29 Folger Poetry and Lectures, 2002-2009
22 30 The Friends of Graywolf Press newsletter, May 2000
22 31 Fulton, Lorie Watkins, "Breaking the Silence: Natasha Trethewey's Beyond Katrina," The Mississippi Quarterly, 2010 The Mississippi Quarterly, 2010
22 32 Funeral Services for the Late Leretta Dixon Turnbough, Gulfport, Mississippi, August 6, 2008
OP21 - Giant Steps: A Celebration of New African American Writing [autographed], March 21, 2000
OP22 - Georgia College and State University, Calendar of Events, poster, 2002/2003
OP23 - Georgia College and State University, Fifth Annual Arts and Letters Festival, poster, 2003
OP24 - Georgia State Senate Resolution of Recognition and Commendation of Professor Natasha Trethewey, March 12, 2009
22 33 Georgia Woman of the Year, 2008
22 34 Georgia Writers Hall of Fame, 2011
22 35 Glouk, Allison, "Southern Women: A New Generation of Women Who Are Redefining the Southern Belle," Garden & Gun, August/September 2011
OP25 - Gonzaga University Visiting Writers Series, 2009-2010
22 36 Governor's Awards for Excellence in the Arts, Mississippi Arts Commission, 2008
22 37 Graywolf Press catalogs, 2000, 2002
22 38 Heath, Jocelyn, "An Interview with Natasha Trethewey," Smartish Pace, February 16, 2012
22 39 Hollins University materials, 2006-2010
23 1 Houghton Mifflin catalogs, 2005, 2007
23 2 How the South Was Spun: Southern Storytellers and Myths program, June 13, 2006
23 3 The Humanities Reading Series at Middle Georgia College, undated
23 4 Huntingdon College Rhoda Ellison Lecture Series, November 2, 2006
23 5 Illustrated card of Natasha Trethewey and Brett Gadsen
23 6 Imprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series, 2008-2009
23 7 The Inaugural Reading of Natasha Trethwey as U.S. Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry, Library of Congress, September 13, 2012
23 8 Inauguration of Drew Gilpin Faust, 28th President of Harvard University, Introduction of Toni Morrison by Natasha Trethewey, October 12, 2007
23 9 Inwords/Ourwords: poetry of place, June 23, 2001
23 10 Jacks, Zachary Michael, "A Couplet of Fellowships, " First Draft, Spring 2000
23 11 James Madison University Conversation with Natasha Trethewey, March 23, 2009
23 12 James Weldon Johnson Medal Award Ceremony, Carter Presidential Center, November 4, 2009
23 13 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Announcement of Fellowship Competition United States and Canada 2004 and List of Fellowship Recipients 2003
23 14 Katrina: The Future of the Gulf Coast, December 2-3, 2005
23 15 Kentucky Women Writers Conference, September 11-13, 2008
23 16 The Launch of the James Weldon Johnson Institute, program, March 25, 2009
OP26 - Learning the Lessons of Americas Racial Past through History and Literature: A Mini-Symposium, Longwood University, February 10, 2009
OP27 - Lillian Smith Book Award Winners poster [autographed], 2007
23 17 Lillian Smith Book Awards, Decatur Book Festival, September 2, 2007
23 18 "Literary News," First Draft, Winter 2003
23 19 The Long Reach of African American Poetics, University of Notre Dame, October 5-7, 2005
23 20 Manchester Community College reading, undated
OP28 - Manchester Community College reading, undated
23 21 "Many Voices, Many Forms": A Symposium on Contemporary Southern Literature, April 5-6, 2002
23 22 The Margaret Walker Awards in Poetry, announcement, 1999
OP29 - Mayoralty of the City of Gulfport Proclamation and program, May 25, 2007
OP30 - Miami University reading, undated
23 23 Minnesota Northwoods Writers Conference, June 15-20, 2008
23 24 The Mississippi Institute of Arts and Letters programs, 2001-2011
OP31 - Multiple Identities, Dynamic Subjectivities speaker series, The Claremont Colleges, 2008-2009
23 25 Murphy, Jim, "Book Review-Native Guard," Final Draft, Fall 2006
23 26 The Museletter newsletter, Fall 2008
23 27 "Natasha Trethewey Interview"
23 28 Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration, 2004, 2009
23 29 National Book Festival programs, 2004, 2010
23 30 "National Poetry Month 2000," American Poet, Summer 2000
23 31 Native Guard, book cover proofs, 2006
23 32 The Native Guard: A Photographic History of Ship Island's African American Regiment, Ohr-O'Keefe Museum of Art, January 10, 2009
23 33 Newspaper clippings, 1985-2000
24 1 Newspaper clippings, 2001-2004
24 2 Newspaper clippings, 2006-2007
24 3 Newspaper clippings, 2008-2009
24 4 Newspaper clippings, 2010-2012
24 5 Newspaper clippings, undated
24 6 Once Upon a Time in Athens: The Legacy of Raymond Andrews, October 13-14, 2010
24 7 One Vision Many Voices: Men Stopping Violence, October 11, 2008
24 8 Ophelia's Gaze program, Emory University, November 15, 2008
24 9 Oxford Conference for the Book materials, 2002, 2011
24 10 Parsons, Elizabeth, "Unearthing the Past: A Journey Through Grief and History's Forgotten Landscape," Hollins Magazine, Summer 2007
24 11 Pen/Faulkner Award for Fiction, September 26, 2011
24 12 Pensacola Junior College reading, undated
OP32 - The Phillis Wheatley Reading, Emory University, 2011-2012
24 13 Platform, New Virginia Review, 2006
24 14 Poetry at Radcliffe, Celebrating Four Decades of Fellowship, April 12, 2003
OP33 - PoetryGSO reading, April 25, 2008
24 15 "A Poetry Reading with Commentary given by Natasha Trethewey," Charter Lecture flyer, University of Georgia, November 8, 2012
24 16 Poets and Writers, News, January 2012
24 17 Poets House, Poetry Walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, New York, June 8, 2009
24 18 Poets of the American South 1910-2010, October 7, 2010
24 19 Porter, H.C., Backyards and Beyond: Mississippians and Their Stories, foreword by Natasha Trethewey, promotional postcard, 2008
24 20 Portland Arts and Lectures calendar, 2010-2011
24 21 Portraits in Poetry program, October 23, 2000
24 22 Prince, Ruth E. C., "The Muse of Mahogany Hall," Radcliffe Quarterly, Fall 2000
24 23 Prince, Ruth E. C., "My Troubled South," Radcliffe Quarterly, Summer 2006
24 24 Princeton Poetry Festival, April 29-30, 2011
25 1 Promotional materials, 1999-2012
25 2 Promotional materials, undated
25 3 The Pulitzer Legacy in Georgia, October 27-30, 2008
25 4 Pulitzer Prize Awards Luncheon seating assignments, May 21, 2007
25 5 The Pulitzer Prize ceremony program, May 21, 2007
25 6 Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study materials, 1999-2009
25 7 "Reading the Past, Writing the Future," National Council of Teacher of English 10th Annual Convention Preview, July 2011
25 8 Regionalism and the Humanities, November 20-22, 2003
25 9 Reviews of Bellocq's Ophelia
25 10 Reviews of Domestic Work
25 11 Reviews of Native Guard, 2006
OP34 - Reynolds Series [autographed], University of Nebraska Kearney, Fall 1010
25 12 Reynolds Series Presents Natasha Trethewey, University of Nebraska, 2010
OP35 - Rhoda Ellison Lecture Series, Huntingdon College, November 2, 2006
25 13 Rindge, Debora and Anna Leahy, "'Become What You Must': Trethewey's Poems and Bellocq's Photographs," English Language Notes, Fall/Winter 2006
OP36 - Savannah State University Poetry Festival, undated
25 14 Seaman, Donna, "Review of Native Guard," Booklist, uncorrected proof, February 1, 2006 Booklist, uncorrected proof, February 1, 2006
OP37 - Shared Text Lecture Series, University of West Georgia, undated
25 15 Simmons, Kenna, editor, "The Best and Brightest Young Georgians," Georgia Trend, October 2003
25 16 Slavery and the Literary Imagination, poster, 2009
25 17 Solomon, Deborah, "Native Daughter," The New York Times Magazine, May 13, 2007
25 18 Southern Exposure: A Literary Sampling, 2010
25 19 The Southern Historical Association 78th Annual Meeting program, November 1-4, 2012
25 20 Southern Literature in Black and White, March 14-16, 2002
25 21 Southern Roots, American Culture: A Conversation about Region and Identity, March 13, 2003
25 22 Southern Women Writers Conference, Berry College, September 24-26, 2009
25 23 Sunken Garden Poetry Festival, 1998, 2012
25 24 SUNY Brockport Writers Forum reading, February 12, 2003
25 25 Susman, Lori Beth, "Natasha Trethewey: One of Our Own," South Mississippi Living, July 2007
25 26 "Talking Back" to Whitman: Poetry Matters, October 1, 2005
25 27 Telling Our Stories, Emory Center for Women, March 20, 2008
25 28 Teresi, Christian, "An Interview with Natasha Trethewey," The Writers Chronicle, December 2011
25 29 Tuskegee University Ralph Ellison Lecture, April 18, 2009
26 1 The University of Georgia Press catalog, Spring-Summer 2012
26 2 University of North Alabama reading, March 18, 2008
OP38 - University of North Carolina at Greensboro reading, March 6, 2003
26 3 University of North Dakota Writers Conference, March 18, 2001
26 4 University of South Florida Humanities Institute newsletter, Spring 2008
26 5 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts program schedule, 2005-2006
26 6 Visiting Writers Series, Lenoir-Rhyne University, 2011-2012
OP39 - Vivian S. Delbrook Visiting Writers Series, Butler University, Fall 2011
26 7 Walton, Anthony, "Uniquely Her Own," Oxford American, September/October 2000
OP40 - West Chester University reading, April 17, 2007
26 8 West, Deborah, "Poetic Justice," The Atlantan, July/August 2007
26 9 Woman Life [magazine in Korean], 2009
26 10 Writers-on-the-Shore, Salisbury University, 2003
OP41 - Writers-on-the-Shore, Salisbury University, 2003
26 11 Writing the South in Fact, Fiction, and Poetry, February 17-19, 2011
Other printed material
26 12 Aiken, Conrad, "Silent Snow, Secret Snow," The Short Stories of Conrad Aiken, 1950
26 13 Alexander, Margaret Walker, "For my People," 1942
OP42 - Arnold, Martin, So Long Mr. Nice Guy and Terry L. Kennedy, Love is a Sidewinder broadside [autographed], 2011
26 14 Artist Fellowship Program, application guidelines, 2002
26 15 Atlanta Magazine, November 2011
26 16 Auburn Football Illustrated, September 2000
OP43 - The Beall Poetry Festival broadsides. Baylor University, 2011
26 22 Bellm, Dan, "Before Words," broadside, April 9, 1999
26 23 Business cards
26 24 Cave Canum Graduation, 2011
26 25 Churchill, Sue, "Somewhere Along the Line," draft manuscript, no date
26 26 Dalton, Martin L., "The First Lung Transplantation," Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 1995
26 27 Davis, Wes, "When English Eyes are Smiling," New York Times, March 11, 2007
OP44 - Decatur Book Festival, 2010
26 28 Ellis, Thomas Sayers, "View of the Library of Congress From Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School"
26 29 Emory University, event promotional materials, 1998-2013
26 30 Fink, Jonathan, "The Storm on the Sea of Galilee," New England Review, 2012
26 31 Forché, Carolyn, "The Recording Angel," 1994
26 32 Garden and Gun, 2008, 2012
27 1 Goldberg, Vicki, "So at Ease with Life on the Edge," The New York Times, January 6, 2002
27 2 Graham, Jorie, "I watched a snake," poem, circa 1983
27 3 Greater Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Gulfport, Mississippi, service program, July 9, 1989
27 4 Hollins University, calendar, 2003
27 5 Hudgkins, Andrew, "The Unpromised Land," 1991
OP45 - "Jimmy Cliff in The Harder They Come," poster, undated
27 6 Kentucky Women Writers' Conference, bulletin, September 28-29, 2007
27 7 Kizer, Carolyn, "The Parent's Pantoum," circa 1996 [annotated by Trethewey]
27 8 Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Music to Carole King, The White House, program, May 22, 2013
27 9 Menus, 2009-2011
27 10 Milosz, Czeslaw, The Sun, no date
27 11 Mulligan, Sharon, "A Delta Funeral," print, no date
27 12 Mulligan, Sharon, "Drowning of New Orleans," print, no date
27 13 Neiger, Roberta, "Faith in Memory," Research and Creative Activity, Indiana University, 1994
27 14 The New York Times Magazine, October 23, 2011
27 15 The Oprah Magazine, October 2012
27 16 Orwell, George, "Why I Write," 1947
27 17 The Oxford American, Winter 2006
27 18 PEN American Center, informational brochure, no date
27 19 PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction Gala, program notes, 2011 (?)
27 20 Poets and Writers, May/June 2003
27 21 Poets House event materials, 2007-2013
27 22 Promotional material, 1994-2012
27 23 Robert W. Woodruff Library Special Collections and Archives, Emory University, information sheer, 2002
27 24 Shaw, Stephanie J., What a woman ought to be and to do, 1996 [photocopied excerpt]
27 25 Silva, Annie, "Country Summers, Country Songs," Paul Rice Poetry Broadside Series #2, Coastal Carolina University, Spring 2007 [judged by Trethewey]
27 26 Smith, R.T. "Dar He," poem, 2005
27 27 Taylor, Tess, "Remembering the Randolphs: A Genealogy in Thirteen Meditations," Virginia Review Quarterly, Summer 2013
27 28 The Toni Cade Bambara Award and the Margaret Walker Award application guidelines, 1999
27 29 Tourism pamphlets, undated
OP46 - University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Augusta Savage Gallery poetry reading, poster, circa 1994
OP47 - University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Augusta Savage Gallery, April events, poster, circa 1994
27 30 University Press of Mississippi catalog, Spring/Summer 2003
27 31 Vendler, Helen, The Given and the Made: Strategies of Poetic Redefinition, excerpts, 1995
OP48 - Virginia Festival of the Book, poster, 2008
27 32 Visionary Landscapes: The Glasswork of Josh Simpson, 1998
27 33 The Writer's Chronicle, February 1999
27 34 The Writer's Chronicle, Summer 2012
27 35 Young, Kevin, Ardency: A Chronicle of the Amistad Rebels, publisher's manuscript proof, 2011
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