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Concrete and Visual Poetry
Princeton's collections of concrete and visual poetry are housed at two libraries: Rare Books and Special Collections at Firestone Library, and Rare Books at the Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology.
Marquand Library "Concrete Poetry" Catalog Search
RBSC Department "Concrete Poetry" Catalog Search
Ian Hamilton Finlay archive: parts 1-7 (printed items), 1960-2015
Thomas A. Clark : From South Street Publications to Moschatel Press
Bob Cobbing collection, 1961-2015
Archives of Form Magazine, 1965-1974
The Tarasque and Simon Cutts Poetry Archive
A Concrete Poetry Archive: from Openings Press to the Wars between Concrete Poetries, 1965-2016
Concrete Poetry Archive: Additional Material, 1966-2016
The concrete and visual poetry collections connect the interests of faculty from across the university, including Joshua Kotin (English), Rachel Price (Spanish and Portuguese), Effie Rentzou (French and Italian), Irene V. Small (Art and Archaeology), Susan Stewart (English), and Susan Wheeler (Lewis Center). For more about poetry at Princeton, see: Poetry@Princeton.