American poetry -- Texas
Found in 978 Collections and/or Records:
“2007 File”- Magazine articles; USA Today reviews (including Crumley’s review of “Lonesome Dove”); correspondence, 2007
Aaker, Linda. Abu Nab, Ibrahim (Trimedia). Adamo, Ralph (The Barataria Review). Adams, Michael (The University of Texas at Austin). Adamshick, Carl. Ahmed, Kamaluddin (Ahmed Publishing House). Alejandro, Ann. Alexander, Kwame. Alexander, Meena. Ali, Ahmed. Allyn, Pam. Amico, Sam. Amir, Ronny. Anderson, Teresa. Anker, Mary. Aragon, Margo and Horace Axtell. Araguz, Jose Angel. Armitage, Simon. Atlee, Champ (The Lawrenceville School). Atwan, Robert (The Best American Essays). Austin, Brad.
"About," "Affirmations of of Loyalty," "All Trekked Out: A Non-Trekkie at a Star Trek Convention," "The Alpine Express," "The American Cultural Center in Dhaka, Bangladesh," "At Once," "Banned Poem (East Jerusalem, 1992)," "Beautiful Strangers," "Before you gobble that dinner," "Blood," "Bread," "Breaking the Sound Barrier," "Bridging the Waters"
The bulk of the series is composed of correspondence between Naomi Shihab Nye and her parents, Aziz and Miriam Shihab. Also contains correspondence from Nye’s husband, Michael Nye, and their son, Madison Cloudfeather Nye. Correspondents also include Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Allwardt (Miriam Nye’s parents), Nina and Paul Nye (Michael Nye’s parents), Ellen R. Fehr, a cousin, and Nye’s brother Adlai and his wife Janis.