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Letters From Garrett to Joe Simmons [manuscript] 1964-1965, N.D.

Garrett, George
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Variant Title
George Garrett letters
Summary
In an undated letter, Garrett advises Simmons to send his story to Brock Brower who accepts manuscripts for "Transatlantic Review."
In a letter 1964 June 27, Garrett compliments Simmons on his poems but says neither the "Virginia Quarterly Review" nor the "Transatlantic Review" are accepting more poems.
In a letter, 1964 October 9, Garrett compliments a story by Simmons, and advises against submitting to the "Virginia Quarterly Review" whose editor, "a fine lady with good but refined taste" has never "published a story off the beaten track." He suggests Gordon Lish at "Genesis West," "Cavalier," "Transatlantic Review" and Robie Macauley at "The Kenyon Review" as possible publishers, and praises the work of Vassar Miller.
In a letter, 1965 October 31, Garrett thanks Simmons for his praise of "Do Lord" and suggests that Simmons try Miller Williams at the Louisiana State University Press.
Description
4 items.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Minor Fund, 2001/2002.
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    a| In an undated letter, Garrett advises Simmons to send his story to Brock Brower who accepts manuscripts for "Transatlantic Review."
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    a| In a letter 1964 June 27, Garrett compliments Simmons on his poems but says neither the "Virginia Quarterly Review" nor the "Transatlantic Review" are accepting more poems.
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    a| In a letter, 1964 October 9, Garrett compliments a story by Simmons, and advises against submitting to the "Virginia Quarterly Review" whose editor, "a fine lady with good but refined taste" has never "published a story off the beaten track." He suggests Gordon Lish at "Genesis West," "Cavalier," "Transatlantic Review" and Robie Macauley at "The Kenyon Review" as possible publishers, and praises the work of Vassar Miller.
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    a| In a letter, 1965 October 31, Garrett thanks Simmons for his praise of "Do Lord" and suggests that Simmons try Miller Williams at the Louisiana State University Press.
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    a| Brower, Brock, d| 1931-
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    a| Garrett, George, d| 1929-2008 t| Do, Lord, remember me.
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    a| Kohler, Charlotte E., d| 1908-
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    a| Macauley, Robie.
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    a| Miller, Vassar.
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    a| Williams, Miller.
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    a| Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). b| Press.
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    a| Genesis West.
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