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About the event

Join us for the launch of Lost & Found Series VIII archival publications, as graduate student editors will share their experiences in the archive researching Diane di Prima, Pedro Pietri, Muriel Rukeyser, Mary Norbert Korte, and Julio Cortázar. We will also be launching the first two Lost & Found Now and Then publications dedicated to Cecil Taylor.

This event is free and open to the public, but please click here to RSVP.

This series includes the following publications:

And Lost & Found Now and Then publications:

The readings and presentations will be followed by a question and answer session with the audience.

Copies of Lost & Found Series VIII books will be available at the event!

Image Credits, left to right, top to bottom: Photo of Diane di Prima by Allen Ginsberg, courtesy Stanford University Libraries / Allen Ginsberg Estate; Photo of Rev. Pedro Pietri, 1990, courtesy of ADÁL; Photo of Jack Spicer and Mary Norbert Korte at the 1965 Berkeley Poetry Conference, by Tové Neville, with permission of The Estate of Jack Spicer. Photo of Julio Cortázar in 1967 by Sara Facio; Photograph of Muriel Rukeyser by Nancy Naumberg, 1937 courtesy of Bill Rukeyser; Photo of Cecil Taylor by Allen Ginsberg, courtesy Stanford University Libraries / Allen Ginsberg Estate.


Sponsored by Lost & Found: The CUNY Poetics Document Initiative, and the Center for the Humanities at the Graduate Center, CUNY.

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