University of Delaware Library

Special Collections Department


Edward Field Papers

1943 - 1994

Manuscript Collection Number: 363
Accessioned: Purchase, 1994
Extent: 21 linear ft.
Content: Correspondence, photographs and negatives, poems, prose, book reviews, clippings, posters, programs, financial papers, address books, calendars, interviews, books, magazines and journals, flyers, plays, and ephemera.
Access: The collection is open for research.
Processed: 1997-1998 by Anita A. Wellner

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Table of Contents

Series I.9: Long Beach Poets Collection Series I.10: Books collected by Field
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Contents List

Box -- Folder -- Contents

 Series I.9.  Long Beach Poets Collection, 1969-1994
               Includes magazines, journals, and books written or edited by Long Beach
               poets.  Some of the magazines and journals include contributions by Field. 
               Most of the books were inscribed by the authors and sent to Field.  Some
               books were removed and cataloged for the book
               collection of Special Collections.  Removals are indicated in the folder
               descriptions.  The material is arranged alphabetically by author (books) or
               title (magazines and journals).

          Alta.  Letters to Women.  Berkeley, CA: Shameless Hussy Press.
          Postcard to Field is laid in (postcard removed to correspondence F36).  *Removed
          for cataloging for Special Collections

          ____.  No Visible Means of Support.  San Lorenzo, CA: Shameless Hussy Press. 
        *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          ____.  Poems and Prose.  Pittsburgh, PA: Know Inc.
          Inscribed to Field by the author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          American Book Review
          Removed to oversize box 16.
     F248 1981 Mar-Apr
          1981 May-Jun

     F249a Barker, David.  Cha Cha in Laguna.  s.l.: Rumba Train Press, 1978.
          First Printing.  Two letters to Field from Barker laid in (letters removed to Barker
          correspondence F39).

	F249b	Bergman, David.  The Care and Treatment of Pain.  Lawrence, Kansas:
		Kairos Editions, 1994.  Inscribed to Field.

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Blank Gun Silencer
     F250 1993 (Vol. 7)

          1994 Apr (No. 8)
          Includes Field's poem, "The Eternal Question (Male Version)" (p. 5).

     F251 Bridges, Les.  Fractured Snapshots.  Lyndawn Corp.: 1992.
          Inscribed to Field by the author.

          ____.  Proceed with Caution.  Baltimore, MD: Apathy Press Poets: 1991.   
         Signed by the author.

     F252 Brown, LoVerne.  The View from the End of the Pier.  San Diego, CA: Gorilla
               Press: 1983.

          Bukowski, Charles.  In the Morning and at Night and in Between.  A New Year's
               Greeting from Black Sparrow Press.  Black Sparrow Press, Santa Rosa:
               1991.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

               .  A New Year's Greeting from Black Sparrow Press.  Black
               Sparrow Press, Santa Rosa: 1992.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                .  Those Marvelous Lunches.  A New Year's Greeting from
               Black Sparrow Press.  Black Sparrow Press, Santa Rosa: 1993.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     F253 Camels Coming, 1975 (Second Series, No. 6)

          Chiron Review
          All issues removed to oversize box 16.
     F254 1990 Spr
          1990 Sum
          1990 Aut
          1991 Spr
          1991 Sum
          1991 Wint

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Cooper, Dennis (ed.)  Coming Attractions: an anthology of American Poets in
               their twenties.  Los Angeles, California: Little Caesar Press, 1980.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Cooper, Dennis.  Idols.  New York, NY: The Sea Horse Press, 1979.
          Inscribed to Field by Cooper.  A Little Caesar Press Catalogue from 1980 and
          drafts of poems from Rudy Kikel to Field and Neil are laid in (removed to Kikel
          correspondence F181).   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                .  The Tenderness of the Wolves.  Trumansburg, NY: The Crossing
               Press, 1982.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Crews, Judson.  Mannequin Anymore That.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1993. 
               First Edition, 300 copies.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     F255 Curtis, Walt.  Peckerneck Country.  Portland, OR: Mr. Cognito Press, 1978.

          __________.  The Erotic Flying Machine.  Portland, OR: Out of the Ashes Press,
               1971.

          DeCateret, Mark.  Over Easy.  Felton, CA: Minotaur Press, 1991.  See Minotaur
               23.

          Flanagan, Bob.  Slave Sonnets.  Los Angeles, CA: Cold Calm Press, 1986.
          Signed by the  author.  Note to Field from the author laid in (removed to Flanagan
          correspondence F100).   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     F256 420: a journal of poetry.  Bronxville, NY: 420, 1990.

     F257 Fried, Elliot.  Poem City.  Salem OR: Rumba Train Press, 1977.
          First printing. 

          _________.  Single Life.  Salem, OR: Rumba Train Press, 1975.
            First printing, 500 copies.

     F258 Ghost Dance,  1975 Spr/Sum (No. 25)
          Collaboration of Ghost Dance and Camels Coming.

     F259 Gove, Jim.  Not the Buddha.  San Francisco, CA: Norton Coker Press, 1990.
          Notes are made on  the table of contents and page 7.

          Gorilla Extract
          1981 Feb (No. 2)
          Koertge is featured poet.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections (Spec
          PS 580 .G67)

          1981 Mar (No. 3)
          Grayson is featured poet.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          1981 Apr (No. 4)
          Featured poet: Wanda Coleman.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

 7   F260a Haslam, Gerald.  The Wages of Sin.  Fallon, NV: Duck Down Press, 1980.
          First edition, 1000 copies.

	F260b	Hauk, Barbara.  Confetti.  Desert Hot Springs, California: Event Horizon
		Press, 1993.

     F261 Hilbert, Donna.  Deep Red.  Desert Hot Springs, CA:  Event Horizon Press, 1993.
          Inscribed to Field by Hilbert. 

                     .  Mansions.  Orange, CA: Event Horizon Press, 1990.
          First printing, signed by the author, plus a flyer and letter from Hilbert to Field
          laid in (letter removed to Hilbert correspondence F163).

     F262 Holstad, Scott C.  Dancing with the Lights Out.  Long Beach, CA: Big Head
               Press, 1992.
          Second printing inscribed to Field by Holstad.

          _____________.  Junction City.  Phoenix, AR: Sister Moon Press, 1993.
          Inscribed to Field by Holstad.

     F263 Kayak, No. 61
          A card promoting books by Bert Meyers laid in.

          King, Linda.  Sweet and Dirty.  Ellensburg, WA: Vagabond Press, 1972.
          Second edition inscribed to Field by King.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Koertge, Ronald.  Cheap Thrills.  Stockton, CA: Wormwood Review Press, 1976.
          Inscribed to Field by Koertge.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Dairy Cows.  Los Angeles, CA: Little Caesar Press, 1981.
          Inscribed to Field by Koertge.  First edition.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

                       .  The Father Poems.  Fremont,  MI:  The Sumac Press, 1973.
          First edition inscribed to Field by Koertge.  A letter to Field from the author is
          laid in (letter removed to Koertge correspondence F187).  *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Hired Nose.  Long Beach, CA: MAG Press, 1974.
          Inscribed to Field by Koertge.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Jockey Poems.  Long Beach, CA: Maelstrom Press, 1980.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Life on the Edge of the Continent: selected poems by Ronald
               Koertge.   Fayetteville, AK: The University of Arkansas Press, 1982.
           *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Men Under Fire: poems by Ronald Koertge.  Fallon, NV: Duck
               Down Press, 1976.
          Inscribed to Field by Koertge.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  My Summer Vacation.  Los Angeles, CA: VPC Press, 1975.
          Dodge House edition inscribed to Field by Koertge.  *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

          Koertge, Ronald, Charles Stetler and Gerald Locklin.  Tarzan and Shane meet the
               Toad.  Long Beach, CA: Russ Haas Press, 1975.
          First edition, first printing inscribed to Field by Stetler.  *Removed for cataloging
          for Special Collections

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Kowit, Steve.  Cutting out Losses.  New York, NY: Contact II Publications, 1982.
          First printing inscribed to Field by Kowit.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

          ___________.  Everything is Okay.  San Diego, CA: Gorilla Press, 1985.
          First printing inscribed to Field by Kowit.  Letter from Kowit to Field laid in
          (letter removed to Kowit correspondence F189).  *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

                      .  Last Will.  San Diego, CA: Farpotshket Press.
          Inscribed to Field by Kowit. *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          ______________.  Lurid Confessions.  Pomeroy, OH: Carpenter Press, 1982.
          First printing inscribed to Field by Kowit.  Card from author to Field laid in (card
          removed to Kowit correspondence F189).  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

          _______________.  Passionate Journey: poems and drawings in the erotic mood. 
               Berkeley, CA: City Miner Books, 1984.
          First printing inscribed to Field by Kowit.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

          ______________.  Pranks.  Stout, OH: Bloody Twin Press, 1990.
          Inscribed to Field by Kowit. Letter from author to Field laid in (letter removed to
          Kowit correspondence F189).  400 copies.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

     F264 Kriesel, Michael.  Long Dark.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1994.
          First printing, 220 copies.

          Levin, John.  Write When You Arrive.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1992.
          First printing (200 copies).  In the same issue as Up Shit Creek by Mark Weber. 
          See Weber.

          Little Caesar
          (Spec PS 301 .L56)
          1976 (Vol. 1, No. 1)  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          No. 2  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          No. 3  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          No. 10  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Locklin, Gerald.  Biblio.  Salt Lake City, UT: Zerx Press, 1991.
          First edition inscribed to Field by Locklin.  400 copies.  *Removed for cataloging
          for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Chase.  Missoula, MO: Duck Down Press, 1976.
          Copy number 470 out of 500 total copies.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

                      .  A Clear and Present Danger to Society.  Boston, MA: Four Zoas
               Night House, 1981.
          Letter from Locklin to Field laid in (letter removed to Locklin correspondence
          F205).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  A Constituency of Dunces.  Niagra Falls, NY: Slipstream
               Publications, 1988.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Children of a Lesser Demagogue.  Stockton, CA: The
               Wormwood Review Press, 1987.
          Wormwood Review Chapbook 106-107 (vol. 27, no. 2 and 3).  First edition (#19
          of 700).  Letter from Locklin to Field laid in (letter removed to Locklin
          correspondence F205).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Criminal Mentality.  Los Angeles, CA: Red Hill, 1976.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Death of Jean-Paul Sartre and other poems.  Madison, WI:
               The Ghost Pony Press, 1984.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The English Mind-Tour.  Bectolsheim, West Germany: Vergin
               Press, 1987.
          Letters from Locklin to Field  laid in, plus a copy of Locklin's Horsefly Don't
          Bother Me, an article in German concerning Locklin, and preview on Locklin
          (items removed to Locklin correspondence F205).  *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

                      .  Gerald Locklin Toad Poems.  Los Angeles, CA: Venice Poetry
               Company Press, 1975.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Gold Rush.  Long Beach, CA: Applezaba Press, 1989.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Gerald Locklin (cont'd)

          _____________.  Gringo: and other poems.  North Wilkesboro, NC: Vergin'
               Press, 1986.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Illegitimate Son of Mr. Madman.  Niagra Falls, NY: A
               Slipstream Publication, 1991.
          First printing.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Last of Toad.  Redondo Beach, CA: Maltese Books, 1980.
          Inscribed to Field by author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Lost and Found.  Cleveland Heights, OH: Zerx Press, 1989.
          First edition, 310 copies.  Section of newspaper laid in (newspaper removed to
          Locklin correspondence F205).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Maybe They Confused me with Ezra Pound.  Stow, OH:
               Implosion Press, 1989.
          Two letters to Field from Locklin are laid in (letters removed to Locklin
          correspondence F205).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  On the Rack.  Parkdale, OR: Trout Creek Press, 1988.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Poop, and other poems.  Long Beach, CA: MAG Press, 1972.
          First edition, first printing inscribed to Field by author.  Letter from the author to
          Field laid in (letter removed to Locklin correspondence F205).  *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Pronouncing Borges.  Wormwood Review Chapbook, Issue 67.
          Copy 122 of 700 inscribed to Field by author.  *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

          _____________.  Return of the Hippie Shirt.  Dessert Hot Springs, CA: Event
               Horizon Press, 1993.
          First printing inscribed to Field by author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

          _____________.  The Return of the Prodigal Father.  Salt Lake City, UT: Zerx
               Press, 1991.
          First edition of 500 copies.  In the same volume with The Days of Wine and
          Remegel by Mark Weber.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Gerald Locklin (cont'd)

          _____________.  The Rochester Trip.  El Paso, TX: Vergin' Press, 1990.
          Inscribed to Field by author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Scenes from a Second Adolescence and other poems.  Long
               Beach, CA: Applezaba Press, 1981.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Son of Poop.  Long Beach, CA: MAG Press, 1973.
          First edition, first printing.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Toad's Europe.  Los Angeles, CA: Venice Poetry Company and
               Mime Troupe, 1973.
          Letter from Locklin to Field laid in (letter removed to Locklin correspondence
          F205).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  Toad's Sabbatical.  Redondo Beach, CA: VPC Press, 1977.
          Inscribed to Field by author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                       .  Toad Writes Short Stories.  Racine, WI:  BGS Press, 1993.
          Inscribed to Field by Locklin.   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          _____________.  The Treasure of Sierra Faulkner.  Salt Lake City, UT: Zerx
               Press, 1989.
          First edition 300 copies. In the same volume as Hiway Ostinato by Mark Weber. 
          Two copies, one listed for each author.  Letter from the Locklin to Field laid in
          one copy (removed to Locklin correspondence F205).  *Removed for cataloging
          for Special Collections

          _____________.  Two for the Seesaw and One for the Road.  Stafford, VA:
               Northwoods Press, 1980.
          Inscribed to Field by Locklin.  Letter from the author to Field is laid in (letter
          removed to Locklin correspondence F205).  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

          _____________.  Two Weeks on Mr. Stanford's Farm.  Lakewood, CA: Rumba
               Train Press, 1980.
          Two letters from Locklin to Field laid in (letters removed to Locklin
          correspondence F205).  First edition, first printing of 200 copies.  *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

7         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Gerald Locklin (cont'd)

                         .  Why Turn a Perfectly Good Toad into a Prince?.  Paradise
               Station, CA: Mt. Alverno Press, 1983.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections 

          _____________.  A Yank at Bangor: poems from the Welsh teaching experience. 
               El Paso, TX: Vergin' Press, 1991.
          Inscribed to Field by Locklin, flyer for The Firebird Poems laid in (removed to
          Locklin correspondence F205).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Locklin, Gerald and Rafael Zepeda.  We Love L.A.: the Olympic boxing poems. 
               Wilmington, DE: 22 Press, 1985.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     F265 Lynn, Catherine.  The Obsessive Compulsive Guilt-Ridden Terminal Mother. 
               Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1992.
          First printing of 200 copies.  Volume includes Weber's Wandering Jew Mom.

          ____________.  The Snake Pit.  Racine, WI: BGS Press, 1994.
          Includes promotional statement about Lynn written by Field.

7          Mailman, Leo.  The Kid Comes Home.  Missoula, MT: Duck Down Press, 1976.
          Inscribed to Field by the author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

8         Maelstrom Review
          Maelstrom Review was formerly titled Nausea.
     F266 1978 Spr/Sum (Vol. 4, No. 2/3, Issue 12/13) 
          Note to Field from Mailman laid in (removed to Mailman correspondence F210).

          1979 (Vol. 5, No. , Issue 14/ 15)

          1980 (Vol. 5, No. 3, Issue 16)

          1980 (Vol. 5, No. 4, Issue 17)

          1982 (Vol. 6, No. 3, Issue 20)
          Titled by Land, Sea & Air (by Gerald Locklin and Rafael Zepeda).

          1982 (Vol. 7, No. 1/ 2, Issue 21/ 22)

          1985 (Issue #24/25)
          Includes Field's poems, "In Praise," "Categories I:  Nurses and Patients," and
                    "Song" (p. 32-34).

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

     F267 Marilyn: a magazine of new poetry.  Volume II, Spring 1976.  Claremont, CA:
               Marilyn, 1976.

          Masarik, Al.  Nonesuch Creek: new and selected poems 1969-79.  Fallon, NV:
               Duck Down, 1980.
          First edition, 500 copies.  *Removed for cataloging for Special  Collections

          _________.  Red Mountain Agatha Christie and Love.  Ellensburg, WA:
               Vagabond, 1976.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Matte, Robert Jr.  Asylum Picnic.  Fallon, NV: Duck Down Press, 1977.
          First edition, 500 copies.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          ____________.  Eating the English Army.  Berkeley, CA: The Windless Orchard,
               1975.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          ____________.  Starkissing.  Ellensburg, WA: Vagabond Press, 1975.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          McManus, Richard E. and D.H. Lloyd (eds.)  Applezaba's Anthology of Long
               Beach Poetry. Long Beach, CA: Applezaba Press, 1977.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Minotaur
     F268 1990 (No. 22)

          1990 (No. 23)
          Over Easy by Mark DeCarteret is laid in.

          1991 (No. 24)

          1991 (Nos. 25/26)

     F269 Moore, Todd.  Todd Moore Packs it In.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1992.
          First printing, 300 copies.

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Nausea
          Nausea later became Maelstrom Review
     F270 No. 7 (1974 Wint)
          Includes Field's poem, "Roaches." 

          No. 9 (1975 Fall)

          No. 10 (1976 Spr)

          No. 11 (1977 Spr)
          Letter to Field from Mailman laid in (removed to Mailman correspondence F210).

     F271 New Work(s): 10 contemporary poets.  Fallon, NV: Duck Down Press, 1981.
          First edition, 500 copies.

          Nielsen, Dan.  Insincere Flattery & Thinly Veiled Sarcasm.  Racine, WI:  BGS
               Press, 1993.
          Inscribed to Field by Nielsen, with drawing.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

     F272            .  Principal Poisons: poems.  Racine, WI: BGS Press, 1991.
          Inscribed with a drawing to Field by the author.  Sixth edition, copy #44 of 50.

     F273 NorthSun, Nila.  Diet Pepsi and Nacho Cheese.  Fallon, NV: Duck Down Press,
               1977.
          500 copies.

          Ochester, Ed.  Dancing on the Edges of Knives.  s.l.: University of Missouri Press,
               1973.
          Letter to Field from Ochester and a brief biographical note are laid in (removed to
          Ochester correspondence F239).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          __________.  The End of the Ice Age.  Pittsburgh, PA: The Slow Loris Press,
               1977.
          Inscribed to Field by author.  Announcement from Spring Church Book Company
          laid in.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          __________.  The Great Bourgeois Bus Company and other poems.  Madison,
               WI: The Quixote Press, 1969.
          Inscribed to Field by author, plus promotional card laid in.  *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Pearl
     F274 No. 6 (1988 Spr/Sum)

          No. 16 (1992 Fall).
          Includes Field's poem, "The Reprieve" (p. 24).

          No. 17 (1993 Spr).
          Includes Field's poem "New Yorkers" (p. 42).

          No. 18 (1993 Sum)

          No. 20 (1994 Spr).
          Includes Field's poem "Vocalise" (p. 57).

          Penfold, Gerda.  Done with Mirrors.  Ellensburg, WA: Vagabond Press, 1975.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Peters, Robert.  Love Poems for Robert Mitchum.  Saint John, KS: Chiron Review
               Press, 1992.
          Inscribed to Field by the author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     F275          .  Poems:  selected and new 1967-1991.  Santa Maria:  Asylum Arts,
               1992.

          Pinchpenny
     F276 1986 (Vol. 6, No. 4)

          1987 (Vol. 7, No. 4).
          Includes Field's poem "Over Fifty" (p. 22).  Laid in note from Tom Miner to Field
          (removed to Miner correspondence F225).

     F277 Poetry/LA.  1990 Spr/Sum (No. 20).

          Poetry Now
          All issues removed to oversize box 16.
     F278 1980 (Issue 27)
          1980 (Issue 28)
          1980 (Issue 29)
          1981 (Issue 30)
          1981 (Issue 31)

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Purr
          *All issues removed for cataloging for Special Collections.
          1975 (Issue 1)
          1975 (Issue 2)
          1975 (Issue 3)
          1976 (Issue 4)
          1976 (Issue 5)

8         Richmond, Steve.  Prospects.  Wormwood Review Chapbook, Issue 91, 1983.
          Copy 74 of 700.  Signed by author.  See Wormwood Review.

          Robertson, Kirk.  Drinking Beer at 22 Degrees Below.  Long Beach, CA: Russ
               Haas Press, 1976.
          First edition.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                       .  Origins, Initiations.  Ilsa Vista, CA: Turkey Press, 1980.
          First edition inscribed to Field by author.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

          ____________.  Reasons and Methods.  Fallon, NV: Duck Down Press, 1980.
          In the same volume with "Constellations: Typoglifs by Karl Kempton." 
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          ____________.  Sultry Afternoon with the Blinds Partly Pulled.  San Francisco,
               CA: Lion's Breath Press, 1978.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          ____________.  Under the Weight of the Sky.  Cherry Valley, NY: Cherry Valley
               Editions, 1978.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          ____________.  Walked on by 40 Camels.  Casper, WY: 1977.
          Inscribed to Field by the author. 125 copies.  Two copies of "Indian Poems," (one
          inscribed to Field by Robertson) are laid in (inscribed copy removed to Robertson
          correspondence F273).  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Robertson, Kirk and Dave Barker.  High Fallon, Southern Comfort.  Long Beach,
               CA: Maelstrom Press, 1980.
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          Robertson, Kirk and Nila NorthSun.  Coffee, Dust Devils, and Old Rodeo Bulls. 
               1979.
          Number 29 of 50 copies, signed by authors.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
                    Collections

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Scree
     F279 No. 4 (1975)

          No. 5 (1976)

          Nos. 9-10 (1978)
          Letter from Kirk Robertson laid in (removed to Robertson correspondence F273).

          Nos. 11-12 (1979)

          Nos. 13-14 (1979)

          Nos. 15-16 (1979)

          Nos. 22-23 (1983)
          Removed to oversize box 16.

     F280 Shameless Hussy Review.  No. 5 (1974)

          Shihab, Naomi.  Eye-to-Eye. Texas City, TX: Texas Portfolio, 1977.
          First printing inscribed to Field by the author.  *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

          Skinner, Knute.  The Flame Room.  Tacoma, WA: The Folly Press, 1983.
          First printing.  *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     F281 Smith, Charles.  Alien Love Poems.  Racine, WI: BGS Press, 1994.

     F282 Smith, Joan Jobe.  Jehovah Jukebox.  Dessert Hot Springs, CA: Event Horizon
               Press, 1993.
          Biography of Smith and a letter to Field from Event Horizon Press are laid in
          (removed to Joan Smith correspondence F304).

     F283 Smith, Jules.  A Jules Smith Sampler.  England: Stone Creek Press, 1991.
          Signed by Smith, with a letter from the author to Field laid in (removed to Jules
          Smith correspondence F305).

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

     F284 Snider, Clifton.  The Age of The Mother.  Torrance, CA: Laughing Coyote, 1992.
          First edition inscribed to Field by Snider, plus a letter from the author to Field laid
          in (letter removed to Snider correspondence F306).

          ___________.   Impervious to Piranhas.  Pueblo, CO: The Academic and Arts
               Press, 1989.
          Inscribed to Field by Snider, with a note from the author to Field laid in (removed
          to Snider correspondence F306).

          Speer, Laurel.  The Hobbesian Apple.  Bellingham, WA: The Signpost Press,
               1982.
          Letter from Speer to Field laid in (letter removed to Speer correspondence F309). 
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     F285 Stetler, Charles.  Roger, Karl, Rick, and Shane are Friends of Mine.  Long Beach,
               CA: MAG Press, 1973.
          First edition, first printing inscribed to Field by Stetler, plus two poems by Ed
          Ochester laid in (poems removed to Ochester correspondence F239).

     F286 Taylor, Charles B.  Leo: (a round of poems).  Salt Lake City, UT: Slough Press,
               1978.
          Inscribed to Field by Taylor, plus a letter from the author laid in (removed to
          Taylor correspondence F318).

          Tequila Press Poetry Review
     F287 No. 1 (1977 Spr)
          Copy 111 of 300 copies.

          No. 2 (1977 Fall)
          Copy 191 of 300.

          No. 3 (1978 Fall)
          Copy 156 of 350.  Letter from Vargas to Field laid in (removed to Vargas
          correspondence F339).

          No. 41/2 (1979 Spr)
          Copy 33 of 300.  Letter from Vargas to Field laid in (removed to Vargas
          correspondence F339).

     F288 Townsend, Joanne (ed.)  The Sky's Own Light: poems from Alaska.  Felton, CA:
               Minotaur Press, 1990.

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Trachtenberg, Paul.  Making Waves.  Cherry Valley Editions, 1986.
          First edition inscribed to Field by the author.  *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

     F289 Voss, Fred and Joan Jobe Smith.  The Honeymoon of King Kong and Emily
               Dickinson. Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1993.
          First edition, 300 copies.

     F290 Weber, Mark.  Almost Pussy-Whipped.  Racine, WI: BGS Press, 1992.
          Inscribed to Field by the author.

          __________.  Drunk City.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1992.
          First printing, 150 copies.

          __________.  Hiway Ostinato.  Salt Lake City, UT: Zerx Press, 1989.
          First edition (300 copies), signed by Weber. In the same volume with The
          Treasure of the Sierra Faulkner by Gerald Locklin.

          __________.  Salt Lake.  El Paso, TX: Vergin Press, 1990.
          Inscribed to Field by Weber, plus letter and poems by Weber laid in (letter and
          poems removed to Weber correspondence F348).

          __________.  The Days of Wine and Remegel.  Salt Lake City, UT: Zerx Press,
               1991.
          First edition (500 copies).  In the same volume with The Return of the Prodigal
          Father by Gerald Locklin.  See Locklin.

          __________.  Up Shit Creek.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1992.
          First printing (200 copies). In the same volume with Write When You Arrive by
          John Levin.

          __________.  Wandering Jew Mom.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1992.
          First printing (200 copies). In the same volume with The Obsessive Compulsive
          Guilt-Ridden Terminal Mom by Catherine Lynn.  See Lynn.

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

          Wormwood Review
     F291 No. 57 (1974)
          Copy 327 of 700,  inscribed to Field by "Chuck."

          No. 60 (1975)
          Copy 302 of 700.
          No. 64 (1976)
          Copy 9 of 700, signed by Locklin.

          No. 77 (1980)
          Copy 54 of 700. 

          No. 78 (1980)
          Copy 469 of 700.

     F292 No. 87 (1982)
          Copy 257 of 700.

          No. 88 (1982)
          Copy 494 of 700.

          No. 89 (1983)
          Copy 23 of 700, signed by Nichola Manning.

          No. 90 (983)
          Copy 12 of 700, signed and inscribed to Field by Stetler.

     F293 No. 91 (1983)
          Wormwood Chapbook.  Prospects by Steve Richmond.  Copy 74 of 700.

          No. 92 (1983)
          Includes Field's Special Section, "Income Tacks:  From My Diary" (pp.137-144).

          No. 93 (1984)
          Copy 30 of 700, signed by Locklin.

          No. 117 (1990)
          Copy 85 of 700.

          No. 128 (1992)
          Copy 390 of 700. 

8         Series I.  Writing by Edward Field (cont'd)
          Series I.9.  Long Beach poets collection (cont'd)

     F294 Yellow Brick Road.  No. (1975)

     F295 Zepeda, Rafael and Gerald Locklin.  The Lincoln, Nebraska Poems.  El Paso, TX:
               Vergin Press, 1990.
          Signed by both authors.

          ___________________________.  The Yellow Ford of Texas.  El Paso, TX:
               Vergin Press, 1993.
          Inscribed to Field by Locklin.

     F296 Zerx Catalog.  Albuquerque, NM: Zerx Press, 1992.
          Revised third edition, 100 copies.

     F297 Zolynas, Al.  All Ways Home.  Escondido, CA: Zolynas, [n.d.]

          _________.  The New Physics.  Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press,
               1979.
          First edition inscribed to Field by the author.


          Series I.10.  Books collected by Field, 1959-1994
               A list of books collected by Edward Field is found in Appendix A.  Most
               of the books were written or edited by Field or include contributions by
               him.  Each bibliographic entry indicates Field's contribution if applicable. 
               Some of the books have been removed for cataloging for the book
               collection of Special Collections (also indicated in the bibliographic
               entry).  Books remaining with the collection have been assigned an item
               number and are shelved at the end of the manuscript collection.  The series
               is arranged alphabetically by author or title.

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