University of Delaware Library

Special Collections Department


Archive of Dreamstreets

1980 - 1996

Manuscript Collection Number: 00-38, 98-50, 96-37c, 96-36c, 96-29c, 96-4c, 94-22, 93-111c, 93-69c, 92-119c, 92-114c, 92-113c
Extent: approximately 7 linear feet
Content: reel to reel audio tapes, cassette audio tapes, VHS tapes, business papers, ephemera, manuscripts, page proofs, bank statements, periodicals, announcements, photographs, articles, layouts, and proofs.
Access: Limited pending completion of processing.

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Historical Note

Based in Newark, Delaware, Dreamstreets is a magazine featuring local poetry and writing with an irregular but persistent publishing history since 1977. After appearing once a year, and then in several issues per year, in 1984 the magazine began using radio station WXDR to broadcast performances of its poetry and fiction. Contributors to Dreamstreets also performed at various literary events and poetry readings. Steven Leech is the editor and publisher, with regular contributors such as e. jean lanyon, Douglas Morea, and Phillip Bannowsky.


Scope and Content Note

The Archive of Dreamstreets consists of approximately 7 linear feet of material dating from 1980-1996. The archives consist largely of various recordings from Dreamstreets radio and television performances, as well as material relating to the publishing of Dreamstreets. The collection includes reel to reel audio tapes, cassette audio tapes, VHS tapes, business papers, ephemera, manuscripts, page proofs, bank statements, periodicals, announcements, photographs, articles, layouts, and proofs.

 

Related Collections:

Steven Leech Papers


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