- Title: Gene Frumkin Papers 1963-1977
- Creator: Frumkin, Gene
- Date: 1963-1977
- Collection Number: MSS 327 BC
- Size: 1 box (.45 cu. ft.)
- Repository: University of New Mexico Center for Southwest Research
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- Scope and Content: This collection consists of five anthologies of poems by Gene Frumkin (Dostoevsky andOther Nature Poems,Hawk and the Lizard,The Mystic Writing Pad,Locust Cry, and The Rainbow-Walker). It contains one issue ofthe New Mexico Quarterly edited by Gene Frumkin as well as an anthologyco-edited by Frumkin and Stanley Noyes entitled The Indian Rio Grande: Recent PoemsFrom Three Cultures. It also contains an edition of Sur, a literary magazinepublished in Buenos Aires which contains translations of the poems compiled in the issue of the New Mexico Quarterly edited by Frumkin. There is one unidentified, undated typedpoem with handwritten corrections and one sketch of Gene Frumkin signed by Frumkins ex-wifeLydia Frumkin in this collection as well. Other southwestern authors whose works are included inthe anthologies housed in this collection include Simon Ortiz, Joy Harjo, Enrique Lamadrid, LeslieSilko, and Ernest Tedlock.
- Access Terms:
- Frumkin, Gene
- New Mexico--Poetry
- American poetry--Southwestern States
- American poetry--20th century
- Poets, American--20th century
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