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Series XII. Books and Magazines [series]:
 
Works by A.R. Ammons (poetry, essays): [subseries]:
  98  
Highgate RoadThe Inkling Press, Ithaca, NY
3 copies, printed by Tim Larkin and signed by Ammons

  98  
Six-Piece Suite Palaemon Press Limited
Hand bound. 230 copy edition. 2 copies - copy inscribed to Phyllis and signed and the other unbound and unsigned

  98  
Poem Press for Privacy, Winston-Salem, NC
Sixty copy edition. Single poem in small envelope. 9 copies signed by Ammons

  98  
"Establishment"
this end up postcard

  98  
"Breaking Out" broadside
126 copy edition by Palaemon with illustration by Ammons. 14 copies.

  98  
"Rarities" broadside
126 copy edition by Larch Tree Press with illustrations by J. Tyler. 2 copies signed by Ammons.

  98  
"Easter Morning"
220 copy edition printed by the Shadowy Waters Press for the North Carolina Humanities Committee. 5 copies signed by Ammons

  98  
The Really Short Poems of A.R. Ammons


  98  
The North Carolina Poems
Signed by Ammons

  98  
The First Anthology edited by A.R. Ammons, Deborah Auer, Carol Burke, Rachel Davis, Julie Kane, Bruce Piasecki, Ross Tharaud


  98  
The Best American Poetry 1994 edited by A.R. Ammons
Uncorrected advance proof. Signed by David Lehman, series editor.

  98  
The North Carolina Poems
Signed by Ammons

  99  
"Quick Song" No Business Poems p.1
  100  
"Bridge," Gravelly Run," "Visit," and "Corson's Inlet" The Contemporary American Poets pp.29-36
  100  
"Eyesight" Epitaphs for Lorine
  100  
"He Held Radical Light," Gravelly Run," "Corson's Inlet," "Reflective," "Terrain," and "The City Limits" The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry pp. 278-286
  100  
"Constant" and "Cut the Grass" Western Wind: An Introduction to Poetry p539-541
Signed by the editor.

  100  
"Bridge," "Gravelly Run," "Visit," and "Corson's Inlet" The Contemporary American Poets pp.1-8
Signed by Ammons.

  100  
"Dunes" and "Corson's Inlet" Possibilities of Poetry: An Anthology of Contemporaries pp.319-323
Signed by Ammons.

  100  
"Room Conditioner" Tendril Magazine presents: The Poet's Choice, 100 American Poets' Favorite Poems p. 18
  100  
"Standing Light Up," "Looking Way Off," "Somers Point,"First Cold," and "White Echo" Poems for a Small Planet: Contemporary American Nature Poetry pp.9-12
  100  
"Serpent Country" Ecstatic Occasions, Expedient Forms: 85 Leading Contemporary Poets Select and Comment on Their Poems pp. 1-2
  100  
"Zero and Then Some" New North Carolina Poetry: The Eighties pp. 18-19
With program for "Poetry-in-the-Round" at Seton Hall University, October 7, 1985 tipped into the page.

  100  
"Coon Song" Poetry to Read Out Loud p. 169
  101  
Albright, Alex, "Ponds and Mudbanks, and Ditchbanks, Brierberries, Things of That Kind: A Conversation with A.R. Ammons," with excerpts from "Tape for the End of the Year," and the poem "Broad Brush" North Carolina Literary Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (Summer 1992) pp. 7, 46.
  101  
"Alligator Holes Down Along About Old Dock," North Carolina Literary Review," vol. I, no. 2 (Spring 1993) p. 228.
  101  
"Antithesis," "Range," and "Sweetened Change," The Hampden-Syndney Poetry Review (Winter 1979) pp. 1-3.
  101  
"A.R. Ammons: Interview and Poems," with "The Fairly High Assimilation Rag," and "The Spiral Rag," The Manhattan Review vol. 1, no. 2 (Fall 1980) pp. 1-34.
  101  
"The Arts," Country Club Woman (November/December 1960) pp. 44-55.
  101  
"Boon," The New Republic (August 1, 1988) p. 48
  101  
"The Brook Has Worked Out the Prominence of a Bend," and "Strolls," Poetry, vol. CXXXIII, no. 1 (November 1978) pp. 80-81.
  101  
"By the Boulder Cluster the Wind," The Hudson Review, vol. XXX, no. 3 (Autumn 1977) pp. 371.
  101  
"Candle-lit," The Harvard Review, no. 9 (Fall 1995) p. 34.
  101  
"Changing Stations," Moosehead Review, no. 6 (1982) p. 6.
  101  
"Chiseled Clouds," broadside included in commemorative brochure on Epoch, 1985.
  101  
"Coming Round," Carolina Quarterly, vol. 37, no. 3 (Spring 1985) p. 34.
  101  
"Coming Clearing," "Anxiety's Prosody," "The Surprise of an Ending," and "All's All," Poetry, vol. CXLIII, no. 1 (October, 1988) pp. 1-4.
  101  
"Commentary," Poets and Writers, vol. 15, no. 2 (March/April 1987) p. 16.
  101  
"Commissary," Prairie Schooner, vol. 62, no. 2 (Summer 1988) p. 36.
  101  
"Cornell's Wee Stinkie," Ackee, no. 2 (June 1994) p. 33.
  101  
"Corsonsundet," Tarningskastet, no. 6, 1980, pp. 33-38. (in Swedish).
  101  
"Country Music," Michigan Quarterly Review, vol. XVII, no. 4 (Fall 1978) p. 457.
  101  
"Day Ghosts," The New Yorker, April 15, 1985, p. 49.
  101  
"December Starlings," Beloit Poetry Journal, vol. 45, no. 4, p. 7.
  101  
"The Deep Slow," "Spot Check," and "Sparklings," Grand Street , vol. 7, no. 4 (Summer 1988) pp. 81-83.
  101  
"Distraction," "Design," "Rapids," "Feel like Traveling On," and "Spruce Woods," The Hudson Review, vol. XXXIII (Spring 1980) pp. 35-37.
  101  
"Easter Morning," Poetry, no. 1, vol. CXXXIV (April 1979) pp. 1-4.
  101  
"Enameling" and "Walking Around in the Evening," Cornell Review (Fall 1979) p. 74
  101  
"Extravaganza," Abraxas, vol. 21/22, 12th Anniversary Issue, p. 3.
  101  
"First Loves," Journal of the Poetry Society of America, no. 49 (Spring 1997) p. 9.
  102  
"Flat Rock," North Carolina Literary Review, no. 5, vol. II (1996) p. 70.
  102  
"For Emily Wilson from a Newcomer," Chelsea, no. 55, p. 13.
  102  
"Front," Foxfire, no. 1, vol. 2 (March 1968) p. 51.
  102  
"Getting About," "Saving Account," and "Generally Clear with Scattered Slippery Spots," Panoply, no. 1, vol. 2 (Winter/Spring 1988) pp. 64-66. Includes note by Timothy Houghton.
  102  
"Going Places," Pearl, no. 14 (Winter 1993) p. 4.
  102  
"Gravelly Run," "Epiphany," and "Mansion," Poetry, no. 2, vol. XCVII (November 1960) pp. 94-97.
  102  
"The Hermit Lark," Imprint, no. 2, 1980, p. 31.
  102  
"The High Desiring,"The Grapevine's Finger Lakes Magazine (Winter 1986-87) p. 70.
  102  
"An Improvisation for the Pieties of Modernism," "An Improvisation for Angular Momentum," and "An Improvisation for Soot and Suet," Poetry, no. 1, vol. CLIX (October 1991) pp. 1-4.
  102  
"Inclinations," The Hudson Review, no. 1, vol. XL (Spring 1987) pp. 59-70.
  102  
"Keeping Track," North Carolina Literary Review, no. 1, vol. II (Spring 1994) p. 21.
  102  
"Laser," Foxfire, no. 1, vol. 1 (March 1967) p. 32. Includes note by Eliot Wigginton.
  102  
"Late Look," Mississippi Review, no. 7, vol. 3 (Fall 1978) p. 27.
  102  
"A Little Thing Like That," Bound, September 1986.
  102  
"Lofty Calling," "Obsession," "Weightlessness," and Walsh, William, "An Interview with A.R. Ammons," Michigan Quarterly Review, no. 1, vol. XXVIII (Winter 1989) pp. 105-120.
  102  
"Long Sorrowing," The New Yorker, October 20, 1986, p. 48.
  102  
"Louise," Granite, no. 4 (Autumn 1972-73) p. 95.
  102  
"Love songs,"Poetry, no. 3, vol. 110 (June 1967) n.p.
  102  
"Middling Seasons," "Whitewater," and "Spike-Tooth Harrows," The Yale Review, vol. 80, no. 4 (October 1992) pp. 37-39.
  103  
"Modes Against Too Much," "Death and Silhouettes," "The Crystal Tree," The Paris Review, no. 127 (Summer 1993) pp. 34-37.
  103  
"Moving Figures," and "Prisons There and Not," Tar River Poetry, vol. 33 (Fall 1993) pp. 144-46.
  103  
"Museums," and "Time Being," Partisan Review, no. 1, vol. LVIII (Winter 1991) pp. 118-19.
  103  
"Narrows," Chicago Review. 26th Anniversary Poetry Issue, no. 3, vol. 26, p. 63.
  103  
"Now Then," Michigan Quarterly Review, no. 1, vol. XXXVI (Winter 1997) 185-187.
  103  
"Ontology Precedes Teleology," Skylark, XVII Issue, 1988-89, p. 7.
  103  
"Pairing" and "Course Discourse," Brim: An Arts Journal, no. 4 (Fall 1975) p. 18.
  103  
"A Part for the Whole," South-West Review, Spring 1987, p. 39.
  103  
"Period," Columbia: A Magazine of Poetry and Prose, no. 20 (Summer 1993) pp. 26-7.
  103  
"Persistences," Poetry, no. 2, vol. CXXXII (May 1978) p. 88.
  103  
"Picking Up Equations"The Paris Review, no. 134 (May 1978) p. 221.
  103  
"Ping Jockeys," Princeton University Library Chronicle, no. 3, vol. LV (Spring 1994) p. 468.
  103  
"A Pretty Looking Sight," Bluefish, no. 1, vol. 1 (Autumn 1983) p. 2.
  103  
"Prey," Poetry, January 1996, p. 206.
  103  
"Providences" Granite, no. 7/8 (Spring 1974) p. 118.
  103  
"Radiant Days," CrossRoads: A Journal of Southern Culture, no. 1, vol. 1 (Fall 1992) pp. 45-48.
  104  
"Reading Ta'o Chien," The Southern Review, Autumn 1994, p. 791.
  104  
"Readings By Ways," Partisan Review, no. 4, vol. LV (1988) p. 611.
  104  
"Remembering Old Caves," "Tertiaries" Bound, no. 2 (April 1987) n.p.
  104  
"Righting Wrongs," Ubu, no. 3, p. 5.
  104  
"Room Conditioner" Tendril Poetry, no. 2 (Spring-Summer 1978) n.p.
  104  
"Rosalie" The New Republic , March 7, 1988, p. 34.
  104  
"The Sale Sale," "Blues in the Valley," "Turning Things Out Good," and "For My Beloved Son," The Hudson Review, no. 1, vol. XLVI (Spring 1993) p. 169-172.
  104  
"Saying Saying Away" and "The Clenched-Jaw School," Poetry, no. 3, vol. CLXVIII (June 1996) pp. 133-134.
  104  
"Second-Rate Perfection," Banyan, vol. 1, 1990, p. 6.
  104  
"A Sense of Now," "Emerging Curves," "Local Antiquities," "Sumerian Vistas," "Collapsed Structures," and "The Deep End," Poetry, no. 1, vol. CLXVIII (April 1996) pp. 1-7.
  104  
"Sentiment," The New Yorker, February 21, 1994, p. 76.
  104  
"The Separation" and "Pit Lines," St. Andrews Review, no. 34 (Spring/Summer 1988) pp. 67-68.
  104  
"September Drift," "Mountain Talk," "Here & Now," "Square," "Admission," "Cougar," "Project," "Reversal," "Dominion," "Countering," "Working Still," "Then One," and "Play," Poetry, no. 1, vol. CXVII (October 1970) pp. 7-19.
  104  
"Singling and Doubling Together," "Meeting Place," "Yadkin Picnic," Poetry, no. 1, vol. CXLI (October 1982) pp. 1-4.
  104  
"Some Notes on William Harmon, 'Paronomastics,'" in Connotations, no. 1, vol. 3, 1993, pp. 42-43.
  104  
"Spiritual Progress" Yale Review, Autumn 1981, p. 88.
  104  
"Spring Tornado," "Certainty," "Model," and "Self-Projection," New Letters, no. 2, vol. 39 (Winter 1972) pp. 75-76.
  104  
"Standing Light Up," and "Plain Divisions," Verse, Issue 3, p. 3.
  104  
"Strings," Tar River Poetry, no. 1, vol. 28 (Fall 1988) pp. 60-61.
  104  
"From Strip," The Paris Review, no. 139 (Summer 1996) pp. 106-109.
  105  
"Summer Place," The Hudson Review, no. 2, vol. XXX (Summer 1977) pp. 173-209.
  105  
"Sung Reassertions," The Beloit Poetry Journal, (Fall 1963) p. 36.
  105  
"Taking Place" and "Contruing Deconstruction" Verse, no. 4, p. 8.
  105  
"Time After Time," "The Incomplete Life," and "What Was That Again," The Ohio Review, no. 41, 1988, 105-107.
  105  
"Volitions" Sparrow, no. 1 (Fall 1979) p. 8.
  105  
"I Went Back," "Immortality," "Warming Trend" Beloit Poetry Journal, (Summer 1978) pp. 4-5.
  105  
"Weather-Bound," Poverty," "Density," "Sunday at McDonald's," "Vehicle," and "Response," The Hudson Review, no. 4, vol. XXXI (Winter 1978-79) pp. 587-590.
  105  
"Why Is It Always the Way It Always Is," "Motion Which Disestablishes Organizes Everything," "Forerunners," "The Time Rate of Change," "Loving People," "Ah," "Slights of Sight," and "Fall's End" The Hudson Review, no. 2, vol. XL (Summer 1987) pp. 286-294.
  105  
"Winter Crop," Banyan, vol. 2, 1990, p. 10.
  116  
Ommateum
Poems by Archie Ammons. Illustration and Typography by Warren Luch and John Greiner

  133  
Expressions of Sea Level
Signed by Ammons. Some annotations.

  133  
Garbage
Signed by Ammons and dated 1999

  133  
The Selected Poems: The Expanded Edition
Signed by Ammons. With notes.

  133  
Lake Effect Country
Inscribed to Phyllis Ammons

  133  
Selected Poems by A.R. Ammons
Signed and annotated by Ammons.

  133  
Collected Poems, 1951-1971
Signed and annotated by Ammons.

  133  
Sumerian Vistas
Note tipped in to front

  133  
Tape for the Turn of the Year
Signed and dated by Ammons 1999

  133  
Brink Road
Signed by Ammons. Note tipped in to back.

  133  
A Coast of Trees
Signed and annotated by Ammons 1999

  133  
Worldly Hopes
Signed and annotated by Ammons. Note tipped in to front.

  98-99, 106-108  
Works about A. R. Ammons (criticism, reviews, interviews, Ph.D. Thesis, posthumous compilations) [subseries]:
  109-111  
Works inscribed to A.R. Ammons [subseries]: