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    Creator:Eigner, Larry, 1927-1996
    Title:Larry Eigner stories : eight manuscripts
    Date(s):1968
    Call No:MSS 0099, F0855
    Abstract:This small collection comprises the typescript manuscripts of eight short stories by the American poet Larry Eigner.
    Subjects:Authors, American--20th century | American fiction--20th century
    Creator:Delany, Samuel R.
    Title:Samuel R. Delany collection
    Date(s):1967-1999
    Call No:MSS 0618
    Abstract:The Samuel R. Delany collection includes Delany's letters to publisher Bill Bamberger (Bamberger Books), manuscript drafts of novels in progress, comic books, science fiction anthologies, and journals of fantasy and[...] science fiction to which Delany contributed or served as editor.
    Subjects:Authors, American--20th century | American fiction--20th century | Gay men--United States--History--20th century | Science fiction--History and criticism | More Subjects
    Creator:Delany, Samuel R.
    Title:Samuel R. Delany collection of manuscripts and correspondence
    Date(s):1996-2004
    Call No:MSS 0656
    Abstract:Samuel R. Delany, born April 1, 1942, in New York City, is an author, editor, professor, and literary critic, noted for his work in the science fiction genre. Delaney's writing[...] is often characterized by his interest in gender, sexual orientation, race, and social issues. The Samuel R. Delany collection of manuscripts and correspondence comprises the Bamberger Books publisher's archive of materials pertaining to the 1996 reprinting of Delany's 1979 memoir,Heavenly Breakfast, and the 2004 publication of Delany's novella, Phallos. Materials included are printed e-mail correspondence from Delany to publisher William Bamberger, undated corrections pages, a book jacket proof, and author-corrected master page proofs for both works.
    Subjects:Authors, American--20th century | Authors, American--20th century--Correspondence | American fiction--20th century | Gay erotic literature, American | More Subjects