University of Delaware Library

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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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Appendix A: Books Collected by Edward Field


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APPENDIX A

Books Collected by Edward Field

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#1   Abbott, Franklin (ed.)  Boyhood, Growing Up Male:  a multicultural anthology. 
          Freedom, CA: Crossing Press, c1993.  Includes Field's poem "The Names" (p.
          242).  Morris HQ775 .B63 1993

#2                .  Men & Intimacy, Personal Accounts Exploring the Dilemmas of
          Modern Male Sexuality.  Freedom, CA:  Crossing Press, c1990.  Includes Field's
          poem, "Triad"  (p. 7).  Morris  HQ1090 .M427 1990

#3   Abcarian, Richard and Marvin Klotz (eds.)  Literature:  the human experience.  Sixth
          edition.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1994.  Includes Field's poem,
          "Unwanted" (p. 757).

#4-  Adoff, Arnold (ed.)  City in All Directions; an anthology of modern poems.  New York:
#5        Macmillan, 1969.  One hard bound (first printing) and one paperback.  Includes
          Field's poem, "The Telephone" (p. 104).  Morris PN6110 .C4 A38

#6-  Aldan, Daisy (ed.)  A New Folder; Americans: poems and drawings.  New York:  Folder
#7        Editions, 1959.  Includes Fields poems "Donkeys" (p. 26) and "Greece" (p. 27). 
          Hardback and paperback editions.  Morris PS614 .A57

#8-  Allen, Donald M. (ed.)  New American Poetry 1945-1960.  New York:  Grove Press,
#9        1960.  Two copies include Field's poems "A View of Jersey" (p. 225) and "The
          Floor is Dirty" (p. 227).  Spec PS614 .A59 1960 and Morris PS 614 .A59

#10  American Review 21.  October 1974.  New York:  Bantam Books, 1974.  Includes Field's
          poem, "Roaches"  (p. 253).  Morris PS1 .N48  Library has no. 16 (1973)-no. 17
          (1973), no. 26 (1977).

#11  American Review 25.  October 1976.  New York:  Bantam Books, 1976.  Includes Field's
          poem, "The Reservoir" (p. 124).  Morris PS1 .N48  Library has no. 16 (1973)-no.
          17 (1973), no. 26 (1977).

#12  Anderson, Maggie and Alex Gildzen (eds.)  A Gathering of Poets.  Kent, OH:  Kent State
          University Press, 1992.  Includes Field's poems, "The Scream" (p. 117) and "The
          Reprieve" (p. 215).  Morris PS615 .G35 1992 

#13  Antonin Artaud: 4 texts.  Los Angeles, CA:  Panjandrum Books, Inc., 1982.  Inscribed to
          Field by Norman Glass.  Translated by Claton Eshleman and Norman Glass..

#14  Articles of War:  a collection of American poetry about World War II.  Fayetteville: 
          University of Arkansas Press, 1990.  Includes Field's poem, "World War II" (p.
          161).  Morris PS595 .W64 A78 1990

#15  Athill, Diana.  Make Believe:  a true story.  South Royalton, VT:  Steerforth Press, c1993. 
          With dustjacket.   Inscribed to Field and Neil by Athill.  Morris CT120 .A88 1993
          also PR6001 .T42 247x 1993

#16  Best Poems of 1963:  Borestone Mountain Poetry Awards 1964.  16th Annual Volume. 
          Palo Alto, CA:  Pacific Books, 1964.  With dustjacket.  Includes Field's poem,
          "The Charmed Pool" (p. 49).   Spec BBL 7719

#17  Block, Francesca Lia.  Missing Angel Juan.  New York, NY:  Harper Collins Publishers,
          1993.  Inscribed to Field by Block.  First edition.

     Bly, Robert (ed.)   News of the Universe:  poems of twofold consciousness.  San
          Francisco:  Sierra Club Books, 1980.  A letter from the publisher laid in.  "Magic
          Words" (p. 258) translated by Field.  Morris PN6101 .N4  *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

#18  Bogen, Laurel Ann.  The Burning: new and selected poems 1970-1990.  Los Angeles: 
          Red Wind Books, 1991.  Inscribed to Field from Bogen.

#19  [Thoma, Richard]. The Book of Lambda.  The Authorized Version, Book Two. s.l.: n.p.,
          n.d.      Inscribed to Neil Derrick from Richard Thoma.

     Brand, Millen.  Dry Summer in Provence: poems of a place.  New York:  Clarkson N.
          Potter Inc., 1966.  Inscribed to Field by Brand.  Laid in is a 3-page typescript
          poem, "A Few Small Ages" (letter removed to Brand correspondence F46)  First
          edition with dustjacket.  Morris PS3503 .R2576 D7   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

#20                .  Peace March: Nagasaki to Hiroshima.  Woodstock, VT:  The
          Countryman Press, 1980.    With dustjacket.  Morris PS3503 .R2576 Z474

     Broughton, James.  The Androgyne Journal.  Seattle, WA:  Broken Moon Press, 1991. 
          Includes a forward by Field.  Laid in "Review Copy" slip from the publisher.  
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                 .  Coming Unbuttoned:  a memoir.  San Francisco, CA:  City Lights,
          1993.  Inscribed to Field from Broughton.  Morris PS3503 .R759 Z464 1993  
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     Bukowski, Charles.  "Warm Light."  A Black Sparrow Press bookmark.   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

#21  CAPS:  poems by CAPS Poetry Fellows 1970-75.  New York:   Publishing Center for
          Cultural Resources, 1976.  Includes Field's poems, "For Jean Garrigue,"
          "Polliwogs," and "The Teaching" (pp. 33-34).

#22  Chace, JoAn E. and William M. Chace (eds.)  Making It New.  San Francisco, CA: 
          Canfield Press, 1973.  Includes Field's poems, "Graffiti," "Unwanted,"
          "Frankenstein," "The Bride of Frankenstein," and "The Return of Frankenstein"
          (pp. 89-94).

#23  Chalot, Monica, Gerard Hocmard and Anne Lherete (eds.)  Frontiers: Course
          Terminales.  Paris:  Armand Colin Longman, 1987.  Includes Field's poem, "New
          York" (p. 26).

#24  Chester, Jeffrey.  Slides, 13 Vignettes.  s.l.:  Jeffrey Chester, 1989. 

     Codrescu, Andrei (ed.)  The Stiffest of the Corpse:  an exquisite corpse reader.  San
          Francisco:  City Lights Books, 1989.  Includes Field's poems, "Mirror Song" (p.
          185), "In the Mirror" (p. 225) and "On Reflection" (p. 225).  *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections 

#25  Cohen, Barbara, Seymour Chwast, and Steven Heller (eds.)  New York Observed:  artists
          and writers look at the city 1650 to the present.  New York:  Harry N. Abrams
          Inc., 1987.  Includes Field's poems, "Roaches" (p. 29) and "New York" (p. 116). 
          Morris NX503 .N5 1987

#26  Cohen, Ira and Robert Richkin (eds.)  The Great Society.  s.l.:  Heddaoua Publications,
          1967.  Includes Field's poem, "Letter to Alfred Chester" (p. 35).  Spec Folio
          PS507 .G74x 1967

#27  A Collection of Prose and Poetry on the Theme of Survival.  New York:  Scholastic Book
          Service, 1975.  Includes Field's poem, "The Tailspin" (p. 69).

#28  Colley, Ann C. and Judith K. Moore (eds.)  Starting with Poetry.  New York:  Harcourt
          Brace Jovanovich, 1973.  Includes Field's poem, "Unwanted" (p. 62).

#29  Corder, Jim W.  Finding A Voice.  Glenview, IL:  Scott, Foresman and Company, 1973. 
          Note from the publisher laid in.  Includes Field's poem, "A New Cycle" (p. 491).

#30  Cosma, Flavia.  47 Poems.  Lubbock, TX:  Texas Tech University Press, 1992.  Morris 
          PC840.13 .O758 A28 1992

#31  Coulette, Henri (ed.)  The Unstrung Lyre:  interviews with fourteen poets.  [Los Angeles]:
          n.p., n.d. Includes Field's poems, "Frankenstein" and "Unwanted," a biographical
          note, and transcript of an interview (section A).

#32  Dark, Larry (ed.)  Literary Outtakes.  New York:  Fawcett Columbine/Balantine Books,
          1990.  Includes Field's poem, "Take it or Leave It" (p. 290).  First edition.  Morris
          PS535.5 L55 1990.

#33  Darr, Ann.  Confessions of a Skewed Romantic.  Washington, D.C.:  The Bunny and the
          Crocodile Press, 1993.  Laid in letter and list (letter removed to Darr
          correspondence F77).  Inscribed to Field by Darr.

#34  Davis, Maggie Steincrohn.  A Garden of Whales.  Charlotte, VT:  Camden House
          Publishing, 1993.  Card to Field from Davis laid in (removed to Davis
          correspondence F79).  Inscribed to Field by Steincrohn.

#35  Dent-Young, John.  Finding A Voice: a selection of modern English poetry with exercises
          for advanced students.  Hong Kong:  Hong Kong Educational Publishing Co.,
          1989.  Includes Field's poem, "An Event" (p. 8).

     Derrick, Neil. See Elliot, Bruce.

     Divided Light:  father and son poems:  a 20th century American anthology.   New York: 
          The Sheep Meadow Press, 1983.  Includes Field's poem "Visiting Home (Part
          IV)" (p. 115).  Morris PS 595 .F39 D58 1983   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

         Appendix A:  Books Collected by Edward Field (cont'd)

#36  Editor's Choice: literature & graphics from the U. S. small press, 1965-1977.  Iowa City,
          IA:  The Spirit That Moves Us Press, 1980.  Includes Field's poem "The
          Celebrity" (p. 99).  Laid in  letter to Field from Sklar.  Morris PN6014 .E3 

     Elizabeth Kray, 1916 -1987, A Remembrance.  [New York, NY:  Little Church Around
          the Corner, 1988].  Includes Field's remembrance and poem, "Looking Back."  
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     Elliot, Bruce.  The Office.  New York, NY:  Ballantine Book, 1987.  Signed by Field. 
          (Pseudonym for Field and Neil Derrick).  First edition.   *Removed for cataloging
          for Special Collections

                .  Village.  New York, NY:  Avon Books, 1982.  Signed by Field. 
          (Pseudonym for  Field and Neil Derrick).   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

#37  Evergreen Review Reader 1957-1967, a ten year anthology.  New York, NY:  Grove
          Press Inc., 1967.  Includes Field's poem "Old Movies" (p. 640).  

#38  Fagundo, Ana Maria.  Antologia Bilingue de Poesia Norteamericana Contemporanea:
          1950-1980.  Madrid:  Jose Purrua Turanzas, S.A., 1988.  Includes Field's
          biography (p. 98) and his poem, "My Polish Grandma" (p. 99-103) in English and
          Spanish.

#39  Fairchild, Hoxie Neale.  Religious Trends in English Poetry, Volume VI: 1920-1965. 
          New York:  Columbia University Press, 1968.  Includes Field's poem, "A
          Diminished Thing" (p. 57), as well as references to Field (p. 83, 238, 351, 454).  
          Morris PR508 .R4 F3  Library has v.1-6.

#40  The Fantastic:  celebrating the imagination.   Long Beach, CA:  California State
          University, 1984.  Includes a letter from the editor.  Morris PS509 .F3 F353 1984

#41  Farrell, Edmund J., Thomas E. Gage, John Pfordresher, and Raymond J. Rodrigues (eds.) 
          Reality in Conflict, Literature of Values in Opposition.  Glenview, IL:  Scott,
          Foresman and Company, 1976.  Includes Field's poems, "Unwanted" (p. 156),
          "First Deer" (p. 295), "Five Ways to Kill a Man" (p. 485), "Footfalls" (p. 370),
          and "Fortitude" (p. 461).

#42  Fiction International 22, Pornography, Censorship.  San Diego:  San Diego State
          University Press, 1992.  Includes Field's "Sex in Poetry, a Meditation on My
          Poem,  Triad'" (p. 295).  Morris PN3311 .F53  Library has v. 13-  

     Field, Edward.  Counting Myself Lucky, Selected Poems 1963-1992.  Santa Rosa:  Black
          Sparrow Press, 1992.  Signed #121 copy.  Spec PS3556 .I37 C68 1992 and Morris
          PS3556 .I37 C68 1992   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                   (translator).  Eskimo Songs and Stories.  Cambridge, MA:  Delacorte Press,
          1973. Autograph copy.   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                  .  A Full Heart.  New York, NY:  The Sheep Meadow Press, 1977. 
          Autograph copy.  Morris PS3556 .I37 F8   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

                  (ed.)  A Geography of Poets:  an anthology of the new poetry.  New York: 
          Bantam Books, 1981.  Autograph copy.  *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

                 .  New and Selected Poems, from the book of my life.  Riverdale-on-Hudson,
          NY:  The Sheep Meadow Press, 1987.  Autograph copy.  Morris PS3556 .I37 N49
          1987   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                (translator).  Songs and Stories of the Netsilik Eskimos. Cambridge, MA:
          Education Development Center Inc., 1967.  Autograph copy.   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

                .  Stand Up, Friend, With Me.  New York:  Grove Press Inc., 1963. 
          Autograph copy  Morris PS3556 .I37 S8   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

                .  Stars in My Eyes.  New York, NY: The Sheep Meadow Press, 1978. 
          Autograph copy.  Morris PS3556 .I37 S74 1978   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

                .  Sweet Gwendolyn and the Countess.  Gulfport, FL:  Konglomerati Press,
          1975.  Signed copy #35 of 500.  With a Konglomerati business card laid in.   
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                .  Variety Photoplays.  New York:  Grove Press Inc., 1967.  Autograph copy. 
           *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                .  Variety Photoplays.  Long Beach, CA:  Maelstrom Press, 1979. 
          Autograph copy.   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

          See also Elliot, Bruce.

#43  Fiene, Pat (ed.)  Expressions:  Stories and Poems.  Contemporary's Whole Language
          Series. Chicago:  Contemporary Books, 1992.  Includes Field's poem, "The
          Telephone" (p. 88).  Letter to Field laid in (removed to Permissions
          correspondence F12).

#44  Fifty Years of American Poetry:  anniversary volume for the Academy of American Poets. 
          New York:  H. N. Abrams, 1984.  Includes Field's poem, "Mac West" (p. 156). 
          Morris  PS613 .F5 1984

     Fried, Elliot (ed.)  Amorotica:  New Erotic Poetry.  Long Beach, CA:  Deep River Press,
          1981.  Includes Field's poem, "The Moving Man" (p. 40).   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

     Fried, Elliot and Barry Singer (eds.)  Men Talk, An Anthology of Male Experience Poetry. 
          Eugene, OR:  Pacific House Books, 1985.  Includes Field's poems, "Presences"
          (p. 31), "Night Song" (p. 32), and "Triad" (p. 33).   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

#45  Friend, Robert.  Dancing With A Tiger, Love and Sex Poems.  Jerusalem:  The Beth-Shalom
           Press, 1990.  Dedicated "To Edward."  Inscribed to Field by Friend.

#46          .  The Practice of Absence.  Jerusalem:  Beth-Shalom Press, 1971.  

#47          .  Selected Poems.  London:  Sea Horse Press, 1975.  Inscribed to Field
     from  Friend, with dust jacket.

#48  From A to Z:  200 contemporary American poets:  200 poets from New Letters Magazine
          Chicago.  Athens, OH:  Ohio University Press and Chicago:  Swallow Press,
          1981.  Includes Field's poem, "For Arthur Gregor" (p. 54).  Laid in publisher's
          note.  Morris PS615 .F69

#49  A Gallery 1972.  Magazine Five, Part Ten.  New York:  Interim Books, 1972.  

#50  Gill, John.  Between Worlds, New and Selected Poems.  Brooklyn, NY:  Hanging Loose
          Press, 1993.  Inscribed to Field by Gill.

     Gioia, Dana.  Can Poetry Matter?  Essays on Poetry and American Culture.  Saint Paul: 
          MN Graywolf Press, 1992.  Inscribed to Field by Gioia.  Morris PN1031 .G52
          1992    *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

#51  Gleeson, Patrick (ed.)  A First Reader of Contemporary American Poetry.  Columbus,
          OH:  Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1969.  Includes Field's poems
          "What Grandma Knew," "She," "The Bride of Frankenstein" and "Plant
          Poems"(pp. 55-60).

#52  Gregor, Arthur.  Basic Movements.  New York, NY:  The Gyre Press, 1966.  Inscribed to
          Field by Gregor.

#53           .  A Bed by the Sea.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1970. 
          Laid in slip "with the compliments of Arthur Gregor."  Morris PS3557.R434 B4

#54           .  Declensions of a Refrain.  London, New York:  Poetry London-New
          York      Books, 1957.

#55           .  Embodiment and Other Poems.  New York:  The Sheep Meadow Press,
          1982.  Brief review laid in.  Inscribed to Field and Neil by Gregor.

#56           .  Figure in the Door.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday & Company Inc.,
          1968.  Morris PS3557 .R434 F5 Inscribed to Field and Neil by Gregor.

#57           .  Octavian Shooting Targets.  New York:  Dodd Mead & Company, 1954.  
          Inscribed to Field by Gregor.

#58           .  The Past Now, New Poems. Garden City, NY:  Doubleday & Company,
          Inc., 1975.  Tearsheets of Gregor's poems laid in (removed to Gregor
          correspondence F151).  Inscribed to Field by Gregor.  Morris PS3557 .R434 P3

#59           .  Secret Citizen; poems.  Riverdale-on-Hudson, NY:  The Sheep Meadow
          Press Inc., 1989.  Inscribed to Field by Gregor.

#60           .  Selected Poems.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday & Company, 1971. 
          Inscribed to Field by Gregor.  Laid in list of page numbers.  Morris PS3557.R434
          A6 1971

#61  Gress, Elsa (ed.)  Under Manens Skive Poetisk Postil.  s.l.:  Spectators Girafboger, 1964. 
          Inscribed to Field by Gress.  Includes Field's poem, "Aesler" (p. 132).

#62  Grindstaff, Louise and Robert A. Bennett (eds.)  Exploring Literature.  Lexington, MA: 
          Ginn and Company, 1981.  Includes Field's poem, "The Sleeper" (p. 469).

     Gurganus, Allan.  White People.  London & Boston:  Faber and Faber, 1991.  Inscribed to
          Field and Neil by Gurganus.  Morris  PS3557 .U814 A6 1990   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

#63  Harris, Marie and Kathleen Aguero (eds.)  An Ear to the Ground, An Anthology of
          Contemporary American Poetry.  Athens, GA:  University of Georgia Press,
          1989.  Includes Field's poem, "The Tailspin" (p. 106).  Morris PS615 .E27 1989

#64  Hathaway, Michael.  God Poems.  East Meadow,  NY:  Mulberry Press, 1991.  Inscribed
          to Field by Hathaway.

#65  The Heath Introduction to Poetry.  Lexington, MA:  D. C. Heath and Company, 1975. 
          Includes Field's poem, "The Bride of Frankenstein" (p. 404).

#66  Hoffman, Nancy and Florence Howe (eds.)  Women Working:  Stories and Poems. Old
          Westbury, NY:  The Feminist Press, 1977.  Includes Field's poem "Notes From a
          Slave Ship" (p. 217).  Field Testing Edition.

#67  Hoffman, Nancy and Florence Howe (eds.)  Women Working, an Anthology of Stories
          and Poems.  Old Westbury, NY:  The Feminist Press, 1979.  Includes Field's
          poem, "Notes From a Slave Ship" (p. 200).  Morris PS508 .W7 W64 

#68  Holmes, Paul C. and Anita J. Lehman.  Keys to Understanding:  Receiving and Sending
          The Poem.  New York:  Harper & Row Publishers, 1969.  Includes Field's poem,
          "Unwanted" (p. 66).

#69  Hosmon, Robert Stahr and Gene Montague (eds.)  Man: Paradox and Promise. 
          Englewood Cliffs, NJ:  Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1973.  Includes Field's poem,
          "Unwanted" (p. 5).

     Howard, Richard.  Alone With America; essays on the art of poetry in the United States
          since 1950.  New York:  Athenaeum, 1969.  Includes a chapter on Field (pp. 117-130).  
          Laid in is a review and an article of Howard (removed to Howard correspondence F167).  
          Inscribed to Field by Howard.  Morris PS323.5 .H6  
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                 .  The Damages.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press, 1967. 
          Inscribed to Field and Neil by Howard.  First edition.   *Removed for cataloging
          for Special Collections

                 .  Findings: Poems.  New York:  Atheneum, 1971.  Inscribed to Field by
          Howard.  Morris  PS 3515 .O8415 F5   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections  

                .  Quantities: poems.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press,
          1962.  First Edition.  Inscribed to Field by Howard.  Morris PS3515 .O8415 Q3   
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                .  Two-Part Inventions: Poems.  New York:  Atheneum, 1974.  Inscribed
          to Field by Howard.  First edition.  Morris PS3558 .O8826 T9 1974   *Removed
          for cataloging for Special Collections

               .  Untitled Subjects: Poems.  New York:  Atheneum, 1969.  Inscribed to
          Field by Howard.  Morris PS 3515 .O8415 U5   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

#70  Howe, Irving and Eliezer Greenberg (eds.)  A Treasury of Yiddish Poetry.  New York,
          Chicago, & San Francisco:  Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969.  First edition. 
          Morris PJ 5191 .E3 H6

#71  Hutchison, Joseph and Gary Schroeder (eds.)  A Song for Occupations:  poems about the
          American way of work.  Denver:  Wayland Press, 1991.  Includes Field's poem,
          "Writing for Money" (p. 106).  Laid in errata slip.  Morris PS595 .W62 S66x
          1991

         Appendix A:  Books Collected by Edward Field (cont'd)

#72  Jaffe, Harold and John Tytell (eds.)  The American Experience:  a radical reader.  New
          York, Evanston, & London:  Harper & Row Publishers, 1970.  Includes Field's
          poem, "Graffiti" (p. 408).

#73  Janeczko, Paul (ed.)  Looking for Your Name:  a collection of contemporary poems.  New
          York: Orchard Books, 1993.  Includes Field's poem, "The Two Orders of Love"
          (p. 58).

#74             .  Pocket Poems:  selected for a journey.  New York, NY:  Bradbury
          Press, 1985.  Includes Field's poems, "The Sentimentalist" (p. 18), "Writing for
          Money" (p. 79) and "The Telephone" (p. 84).

#75             (ed.)  Poetspeak:  in their work, about their work: a selection. 
          Scarsdale, NY:  Bradbury Press, 1983.  Includes Field's poem, "Unwanted" (p.
          201), "Tulips and Addresses" (p. 194) and "What Grandma Knew" (p. 216). 
          Morris PZ 811 .P745p 1983

#76             (ed.)  Poetspeak:  In Their Work, About Their Work: a Selection.  New
          York:  Collier Books, 1991.  Includes Field's poem "Unwanted" (p. 201), "Tulips
          and Addresses" (p. 194) and "What Grandma Knew" (p. 216).  Morris PZ 811
          .P745p 1983 (other edition)

#77              .  Strings:  A Gathering of Family Poems.  Scarsdale, NY:  Bradbury
          Press, 1984.  Includes Field's poems, "Nightmare" (p. 44) and "Both My
          Grandmothers" (p. 128).  Morris PS595 .F34 S77 1984

#78  Karageorgiou, Dimitris (ed.)  Gildzen at 50:  A Celebration.  Kent:  Toucan Press, 1993.

#79  Kenseth, Arnold (ed.)  Poems of Protest Old and New.  New York:  Macmillan Company,
          1968.  Includes Field's poem, "Unwanted" (p. 78).  

     Keyes, Ralph (ed.)  Sons on Fathers: a book of men's writing.  New York:  Harper
          Collins Publishers Inc., 1992.  Includes Field's poem, "A Bill To My Father" (p.
          121).  Hardback first edition with laid in card "compliments of author."  
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

#80              .  Sons on Fathers: a book of men's writing.  New York:  Harper
          Collins Publishers Inc., 1992.  Includes Field's poem, "A Bill To My Father" (p.
          121).  Paperback copy, with "compliments of the editor" card laid in.
     Kherdian, David (ed.)  Traveling America with Today's Poets.  New York:  Macmillan
          Publishing Co., Inc., 1977.  Includes Field's poem, "the Statue of Liberty" (p. 1).  
          *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     Kinnell, Galway.  3 Books.  Boston & New York:  Houghton Mifflin Company, 1993. 
          Laid in publication notice.  Morris PS3521 .I582 A6 1993   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

#81  Knott,  John R., Jr.,  and Christopher R. Reaske (eds.)  Mirrors an Introduction to
          Literature.  San Francisco:  Canfield Press, 1975.  Second Edition.  Includes
          Field's poem, "After The Moon Walk" (p. 292).

#82  Knudson, R. R. and May Swenson (eds.)  American Sports Poems.  New York:  Orchard
          Books, 1988.  Includes Field's poem "Sonja Henie Sonnet" (p. 24) and "The
          Sleeper" (p. 59).

#83  Knudson, R. R. and P. K. Ebert (eds.)  Sports Poems.  New York:  Dell Publishing Co.,
          Inc., 1971.  Includes Field's poem, "The Sleeper" (p. 59).

     Koertge, Ron.  The Arizona Kid.  New York:  Avon Books, 1989.  Inscribed to Field by
          Koertge.  Letter to Field from Koertge laid in (removed to Koertge
          correspondence F187).   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

     Kowit, Steve (ed.)  The Maverick Poets:  an anthology.  Santee, CA:  Gorilla Press, 1988. 
          Includes Field's poems "Donkeys" (p.55), "A Journey" (p. 56), "World War II"
          (p. 56), and "The Farewell" (p. 59).  First edition hardback copy, with dust jacket. 
          Laid in postcard, letter to Field from Kowit,  photocopy with a note from Kowit,
          and a Kowit broadside inscribed to Field (removed to Kowit correspondence
          F189).  Morris PS615 .M39 1988   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

#84  Kramer, Aaron.  In the Suburbs.  Winterville, GA:  Ali Baba Press, 1986.  Inscribed to
          Field by Kramer.

     Kunitz, Stanley.  A Celebration for Stanley Kunitz:  on his 80th birthday.  
          Riverdale-on-Hudson, NY:  1986.  Includes Field's poems, "Dedication" (p. 116) and "Triad"
          (p. 117).  Morris  PS 3521 .U7 Z6 1986    *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

     Lazard, Naomi.  Ordinances.  Missoula, MT:  Owl Creek Press, 1984.  Inscribed to Field
          and Neil by Lazard.  Laid in card from Lazard (removed to Lazard
          correspondence F197).  Includes a statement by Field about Lazard's book on the
          back.  Morris PS3562 .A97 O7 1984   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

     Leary, Paris and Robert Kelly (eds.)  A Controversy of Poets, An Anthology of
          Contemporary American Poetry.  Garden City, NY:  Anchor Books, 1965. 
          Includes Field's poems, "Unwanted" (p. 120), "Ode to Fidel Castro" (p. 121),
          "Graffiti" (p. 125), and "What Grandma Knew" (p. 126).  Spec PS614 .L4 1965
          and Morris PS614 .L4   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections  

     Letopis Matice Srpske.  1969.  Includes Field's poem in Russian, "Pesma za levu ruku,"
          ("Letters for the Left Hand"), p. 540.   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

     Leyland, Winston (ed.)  Angels of the Lyre, A Gay Poetry Anthology.  San Francisco: 
          Panjandrum Press, 1975.  Includes Field's poems, "The Moving Man" (p. 78) and
          "Street Instructions: at the Crotch" (p. 79).   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

                 .  Gay Roots, Twenty Years of Gay Sunshine, An Anthology of Gay
          History, Sex, Politics & Culture.   San Francisco, CA:  The Sunshine Press, 1991. 
          Includes Field's poem, "Street Instructions:  at the Crotch" (p. 668).  Inscribed to
          Field by Leyland, with laid in letter to contributors.   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

#85  Light Year  84.  Cleveland, OH:  Bits Press, 1983.  Includes Field's poem, "In the Land
          of Rumps" (p. 100).  Two discount coupons and a letter from the publisher laid in
          (letter removed to Permissions file F9).  Morris PS595.H8 L54  Library has 1984

#86  Light Year  85.  Cleveland, OH:  Bits Press, 1984.  Includes Field's poem, "Awards" (p.
          125).  Morris PS595 .H8 L54  Library had 1984

     Locklin, Gerald.  The Firebird Poems.  Desert Hot Springs, CA:  Event Horizon Press,
          1992.  Includes forward by Field.  Inscribed to Field by Locklin.  Laid in is a note
          to Field from Locklin (removed to Locklin correspondence F205).    *Removed
          for cataloging for Special Collections

                   .  Woman Trouble.  Desert Hot Springs, CA:  Event Horizon Press, 1994. 
          Laid in is a letter to Field from Locklin (removed to Locklin correspondence
          F205).  Inscribed to Field and Neil by Locklin.   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

#87  Lost Treasure and Other Stories.  Quest, A Scholastic Reading Improvement Series. 
          New York:  Scholastic Inc., 1987.  Includes Field's poem, "The Telephone" (p.
          135).

#88  Louis, Adrian C.  Fire Water World: poems.  Albuquerque, NM:  West End Press, 1989. 
          Inscribed to Field by Louis.  Morris PS3562 .O82 F57 1989

#89  Lowenfels, Walter (ed.)  From the Belly of the Shark: a new anthology of Native
          American poems by Chicanos, Eskimos, Hawaiians, Indians, Puerto Ricans in the
          U.S.A., with Related Poems by Others.  New York:  Random House, 1973. 
          Includes Field's translation of Samik's "Hunger" (p. 143) and "Travel Song" (p.
          167).  Morris PS586 .L68 and Spec BDW9554  

         Appendix A:  Books Collected by Edward Field (cont'd)

#90  Maloney, Henry B. and Stephen Dunning (eds.)  Freedom, Scholastic Real World
          English.  New York:  Scholastic Book Services, 1978.  Includes Field's poem,
          "Notes from a Slave Ship" (p. 156).

#91  McCulloch, Deborah and Roger Mansfield (eds.)  See What I Say: an anthology of
          modern poetry.  Melbourne:  Oxford University Press, 1975.  Includes Field's
          poems, "Plant Poems" (p. 38) and "What Grandma Knew" (p. 93).  Laid in letter
          to Field from Oxford University Press (removed to Permissions file F8).

#92  McManus, Glenda (ed.)  Hungry Poets' Cookbook.  Long Beach, CA:  Applezaba Press,
          1987.  Includes Fields's poem, "Aunt Edwina's Five-Minute Blender Remedies"
          (p. 39).  Field's poem bears autograph revisions.

#93  Meanor, Patrick (ed.)  American Short-Story Writers Since World War II.  Dictionary of
          Literary Biography, volume 130. Detroit, Washington, D.C., and London:  Gale
          Research Inc., 1993.  Includes Field's chapter on Alfred Chester (p. 75).  Morris
          Reference PS374 .S5 A3964x 1993

#94  Mee, Suzi (ed.)  Poetry.  New York:  Scholastic Inc., 1990.  Includes Field's translation
          of "Travel Song" (p. 146).

#95  Michel, Lois A. (ed.)  Way Out: a thematic reader.  New York:  Holt, Rinehart and
          Winston, Inc., 1968.  Includes Field's poem, "Unwanted" (p. 195).

#96  Morse, Carl and Joan Larkin (eds.)  Gay & Lesbian Poetry in Our Time: an anthology. 
          New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1988.  First edition.  Includes Field's poems,
          "Unwanted" (p. 106) and "World War II" (p. 107).

     Moss, Howard (ed.)  New York:  Poems.  New York:  Avon Books, 1980.  Includes
          Field's poems, "New York" (p. 71) and "Roaches"(p. 72).   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

     Moss, Stanley.  The Intelligence of Clouds.  London:  Anvil Press Poetry, 1989.  A
          typescript of Moss's poem, "The Stammering Turk," is laid in (removed to
          Stanley Moss correspondence F228).   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

                       .  Skull of Adam.  New York:  Horizon Press, 1979.  Inscribed to Field and
          Neil by Moss, with dust jacket.   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

#97  Nersesian, Arthur.  New York Complaints & Other Poems.  New York:  Portable Press,
          1993.  Signed, numbered edition (#259), with note from Nersesian laid in (note
          removed to Nersesian correspondence F232).

#98  New American Review.  No. 7.  New York:  The New American Library, 1969.  Note
          from Solotaroff laid in (removed to Solotaroff correspondence F308).  Includes
          Field's poem, "Pasternak:  In Memoriam" (p. 88).  Morris PS1 .N48  Library has
          v.1 (1967) - v.7 (1969), v. 9 (1970) - v. 10 (1970), v. 12 (1971) - v.14 (1972)

#99  New Directions in Prose and Poetry.  No. 11.  New York:  New Directions, 1951. 
          Includes Field's poem, "At All Times It Is Good to Praise the Shining Earth" (p.
          504).  Morris  PN 6014 .A1 N45  Library has no. 1 (1936)- no. 51, no. 54-

#100 New Directions in Prose and Poetry.  No. 13.  New York:  New Directions, 1951. 
          Includes Field's poem, "Donkeys" (p. 117).  Morris  PN 6014 .A1 N45  Library
          has no.1(1936)- no. 51, no. 54-

#101 New York, New York: a salute in prose and poetry.  New York:  The New York Quarterly
          Poetry Review Foundation, Inc., 1970.  This program includes a brief statement
          by Field (p. 7).

#102 The New Yorker Book of Poems.  New York:  The Viking Press, 1969.  Includes Field's
          poem, "Tulips and Addresses" (p. 747).  Note from editor laid in.  Morris PS 613
          .N4 1969.

#103 Nims, John Frederick (ed.)  Western Wind;  an introduction to poetry.  New York: 
          McGraw-Hill, Inc., 1992.  Third edition.  Includes Field's poem "Curse of the Cat
          Woman" (pp. 294-295).  Inscribed to Field by Nims, with a note from Nims laid
          in (note removed to Nims correspondence F234).  Morris PN1111 .N5 (first
          edition)

#104 Nurkse, D.  Voices Over Water.  St. Paul, MN:  Gray Wolf Press, 1993.  Inscribed to
          Field from Nurkse.

#105 Off The Page, The First Video Poetry Magazine.  Fairfield, NJ:  Primo Donna
          Productions Unlimited, Inc. and Norman Rose, Inc., 1991.  Videocassette, plus a
          booklet which includes Field's poem, "The Winners and the Losers."

#106 Petitt, Dorothy.  Poems to Enjoy.  [New York]:  The Macmillan Company, 1970. 
          Includes Field's poem "The Snowfish" (p. 22).

#107               .  Poems to Enjoy.  New York:  Macmillan Company, 1984.  Includes
          Field's poem "The Snowfish" (p. 22).

     Picano, Felice.  Ambidextrous:  the secret lives of children.  New York:  Gay Presses of
          New York, 1985.  Inscribed to Field by Picano.   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

                   .  Eyes.  New York:  Arbor House, 1975.   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

                   .  Men Who Loved Me:  a memoir in the form of a novel.  New York:  New
          American Library, 1989.  Inscribed to Field by Picano.   *Removed for cataloging
          for Special Collections

     Poets for Life:  seventy-six poets respond to AIDS.  New York:  Crown Publishers Inc.,
          1989.  Includes Field's poem, "The Veteran" (p. 76).  Morris PS595 .A36 P64
          1989   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

#108 Polite, Frank.  Small Game.  Youngstown, OH:  Pennyante Press, [1993].  Inscribed to
          Field and Neil by Polite.

#109               .  Solving the Stair Case, and other poems.  s.l.:  n.p., [1987].  
          Inscribed to Field and Neil from Cozmo D'Izmiri.

#110 Pomeroy, Ralph.  In the Financial District, poems.  New York:  Macmillan Company,
          [1968].  Inscribed to Field and Neil by Pomeroy.  Morris PS3531 .O55 A18 1968

#111 Preferences: 51 American Poets Choose Poems From Their Own Work and From the
          Past.  New York:  The Viking Press, 1974.  Includes Field's poems, "My Polish
          Grandma, "Tu Fu," and comment (p. 73-76).  Inscribed to Field by Howard. 
          Morris PS 613 .P7

#112 The Pushcart Prize.  Second edition.  Yonkers, NY:  The Pushcart Press, 1977.  Includes
          Field's poem, "The Sage of Apple Valley on Love" (p. 241).  Morris  PS 536.2
          .P87  Library has 1st edition-21st edition

#113 Radoev, Ivan.  My Children Are Words.  Canton, CT:  Singular Speech Press, 1994. 
          Inscribed to Field by translator, Don Wilson.

#114 Rothenberg, Jerome (ed.)  Shaking the Pumpkin; traditional poetry of the Indian North
          Americas.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday Co. Inc., 1972.  Laid in letter from
          publisher (removed to Permission files F8) and errata sheet.  Includes Field's
          translations of Eskimo poems throughout.  Morris PM197 .E3 R6

#115               (ed.)   Shaking the Pumpkin;  traditional poetry of the Indian North
          Americas.  New York:  Alfred Van Der Marck Editions, 1986.  Revised Edition.
          Field's English translations of Eskimo poems throughout.  Morris PM197 .E3 S5
          1991

#116                 (ed.)  Technicians of the Sacred:  a range of poetries from Africa,
          Asia and Oceania.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968.  Other
          edition in Morris PN 1347 .R6 1969

#117 Rudofsky, Bernard.  Architecture Without Architects.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday Co.
          Inc., 1965.  Morris  NA2440 .N5 R83

          Appendix A:  Books Collected by Edward Field (cont'd)

#118 Ryan, Betsy (ed.)  Within You, Without You.  New York:  Scholastic Book Services,
          1973.  Includes Field's poem, "A Bill to My Father" (p. 119).
         
     Schulman, Grace.  Hemispheres.  New York:  The Sheep Meadow Press, 1984.  Inscribed
          to Field by Schulman.  Morris PS3569 .C538 H4 1984   *Removed for cataloging
          for Special Collections

     Schunck, Ferdinand (ed.)  New York Poems.  Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam, 1991.  Includes
          Field's poem, "New York," (pp. 75-76).   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

#119 Scope English Anthology.  New York:  Scholastic Book Services, 1976.  Includes Field's
          poem, "Frankenstein" (p. 174).

#120 Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft.  Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus.  Washington: 
          Orchises, 1988.  Includes Field's writing "Frankenstein" (p. 231).  Library has
          other editions.

#121 Sirowitz, Hal.  No More Birthdays.  Bristolville, OH:  The Bacchae Press, 1993. 
          Inscribed to Field by Sirowitz.

#122 Southern Poetry Review:  a decade of poems.  Raleigh, NC:  Southern Poetry Review
          Press, 1969.  Includes Field's poems, "The Expulsion" and "God Poem" (p. 27,
          28). 

#123 Stand Up Poetry:  the anthology.  California State University, Long Beach, CA:  The
          University Press, 1994.  Includes Field's poems, "the Bride of Frankenstein,"
          "Trees," "Bomba the Jungle boy in  Fangs of Death,'" and "Graffiti" (pp. 60-63). 
          Morris PS572 .L6 S83 1994

#124 Stand Up Poetry:  the poetry of Los Angeles and beyond.  Los Angeles, CA:  Red Wind
          Books, 1990.  Includes Field's poem, "Trees" (p. 56).

#125 Summerfield, Geoffrey (ed.)  Voices:  an anthology of poems and pictures.  Sixth book. 
          Chicago:  Rand McNally & Company, 1969.  Includes Field's poem, "Icarus" (p. 98).

#126 Swenson, May.  Half Sun Half Sleep: new poems.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons,
          1967.  Spec PS3537 .W4786 H35x 1967,  Morris PS3537.W476 A18 1967

                .  Iconographs:  poems.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, [1970]. 
          Morris PS3537 .W476 A18 1970   *Removed for cataloging for Special
          Collections

#127            .  In Other Words:  new poems.  New York:  Alfred A. Knopf, 1987.  Pressed
          flower, photocopies of Swenson poems, and a note by Field laid in (removed to
          Swenson correspondence F313).  Morris and Spec PS3537 .W4786 I5 1987

                .  The Love Poems of May Swenson.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1991.  Laid
          in  postcard, publisher's advertisement, and review (removed to Swenson
          correspondence F313).  Morris PS3537 .W4786 L68 1991   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

#128            .  New & Selected Things Taking Place:  poems.  Boston:  Little, Brown,
          c1978.  Inscribed to Field by Swenson.  Author's biography sheet and editor's
          business card (removed to Swenson correspondence F313).  Spec PS3537 .W4786
          N49x 1978 and Morris PS3537 .W4786 N4

                 (ed.)  New Voices:  selected university & college prize-winning poems
          1979-1983.  New York:  The Academy of American Poets, 1984.   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

                  .  Poems to Solve.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1966.   *Removed
          for cataloging for Special Collections

#129              .  To Mix With Time:  new and selected poems.  New York:  Scribner's Sons,
          1963.  Inscribed to Field and Neil by Swenson.  Morris PS3537 .W476 A18 1963
          and Spec PS3537 .W4786 T6x 1963

#130 Trachtenberg, Paul.  Ben's Exit.  Cherry Valley, NY:  Cherry Valley Editions, 1994. 
          Inscribed to Field by Trachtenberg.

#131 Vas Dias, Robert (ed.)  Inside Outer Space: new poems of the space age.  Garden City,
          NY:  Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1970.  Includes Field's poem, "Prologue" (p. 89).

#132 Veasey, Jack.  Down and Back:  poems of a nervous breakdown and beyond.  Harrisburg,
          PA:  Warm Spring Press, 1993.  Inscribed to Field by Veasey, plus letter and
          poems by Veasey to Field are laid in (removed to Veasey correspondence F340).

#133-     Vermont Council on the Humanities, Program Announcement and Application Guidelines
#134      for 1987.  Hyde Park, VT:  Vermont Council on the Humanities, 1987.  Two
          copies.  Includes Field's poem, "The Telephone" (p. 29).

#135 Vogel, Ilse-Margret.  Bad Times, Good Friends:  a personal memoir.  New York: 
          Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1992.  Inscribed to Field by Vogel.

#136 Wallace, Robert and James G. Taaffe (eds.)  Poems on Poetry:  the mirror's garland. 
          New York:  E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1965.  Includes Field's poem, "Notes From
          a Slave Ship" (p. 227).

#137 Westdal, Lincoln W. and D. Bruce Lockerbie (eds.)  Success in Writing.  Menlo Park,
          CA:  Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1970.  Includes Field's poems, "The
          Sleeper" (p. 58) and "Notes from a Slave Ship" (p. 124).

     Wilentz, Elias (ed.)  The Beat Scene.  New York:  Corinth Books, 1960.  Includes a
          photograph of Field on the second to last page.  Morris PS536 .W47   *Removed
          for cataloging for Special Collections

     Williams, Miller  Living on the Surface:  new and selected poems.  Baton Rouge: 
          Louisiana State University Press, 1989.  Inscribed to Field from Williams.  A note
          from Williams is attached to the front cover (removed to Williams
          correspondence F353).  Morris  PS3545 .I53352 L58 1989   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

     Winner, Robert.  Flogging the Czar:  poems.  New York:  The Sheep Meadow Press,
          1983.  Inscribed to Field from Winner.  Signed by author.  Morris PS3573 .I5323
          F5 1983   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

                .  Green in the Body.  Pittsburgh, PA:  Slow Loris Press, 1979.  Copies of
          Winner's poetry and a review are laid in (removed to Winner correspondence
          F356).  Inscribed to Field and Neil by Winner.    *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

                 .  Origins.  Pittsburgh:  Slow Loris Press, 1982.  Inscribed to Field by
          Winner, with laid in letter from Winner (removed to Winner correspondence
          F356).   *Removed for cataloging for Special Collections

#138 Witt-Diamant, Ruth, and Rikutaro Fukuda (eds.)  53 American Poets of Today.  Tokyo: 
          Kenkyusha, 1968.  Includes Field's poem, "What Grandma Knew" (p. 116).

     Young, Ian (ed.)  The Male Muse:  a gay anthology.  Trumansburg, NY:  The Crossing
          Press, 1971.  Includes Field's poem, "Lover's Quarrel" (p. 33).  Laid in
          advertisement from The Crossing Press.  Morris PR1195 .H58 Y6   *Removed for
          cataloging for Special Collections

     Zepeda, Rafael and Gerald Locklin.  The Durango Poems.  Albuquerque, NM:  Zerx
          Press, 1994.   Inscribed to Field by Locklin.   *Removed for cataloging for
          Special Collections

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