Theodore Enslin correspondence with Howard McCord

Creator: Enslin, Theodore
Abstract: The American poet Theodore Enslin was born in Chester, Pennsylvania, in 1925. Enslin has published over 80 books of poetry, beginning with The Work Proposed at Cid Corman's Origin Press in 1958. Howard McCord was born in El Paso, Texas, in 1932. McCord directed the Creative Writing program at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. McCord has published over 30 books of poetry, fiction, and criticism including 1997's The Man Who Walked to the Moon. The eighty-five items in this collection are letters from Theodore Enslin to Howard McCord, and carbons of McCord's replies. The letters pertain to Enslin's progress with Ranger (published in 1978), travel itineraries, homeopathic medicine, and McCord's planning of a trip to Iceland. There are also copies of letters written by Howard McCord to Professor E.W. Tedlock, Jr., and to a Professor Jones recommending Enslin for a D.H. Lawrence Fellowship
Date(s): 1971-1973
Call Number: MSS 0392