Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative features extra-poetic work – correspondence, journals, critical prose, and transcripts of talks – of New American Poets, their precursors and followers. These primary documents are uncovered in archival research and edited by students and scholars at The Graduate Center, CUNY, as well as visiting fellows and guest editors, and prepared by Ammiel Alcalay, General Editor. Lost & Found puts into wider circulation essential but virtually unknown texts to expand our knowledge of literary, cultural, social, and political history.
Subscription prices vary by level of support, but all include the chapbook series for the year. The 2011 Lost & Found Series II (ISBN: 978-0-615-43350-9) includes:
Selections from El Corno Emplumado/ The Plumed Horn
ed. Margaret Randall
Diane di Prima: The Mysteries of Vision: Some Notes on H.D.
ed. Ana Božičević
Diane di Prima: R.D.’s H.D.
ed. Ammiel Alcalay
Barcelona, 1936: Selections from Muriel Rukeyser’s Spanish Civil War Archive
ed. Rowena Kennedy-Epstein
Jack Spicer’s Translation of Beowulf:Selections
eds. David Hadbawnik and Sean Reynolds
Robert Duncan: Olson Memorial Lecture #4
eds. Erica Kaufman, Meira Levinson, Bradley Lubin, Megan Paslawski, Kyle Waugh, Rachael Wilson, and Ammiel Alcalay