Finding aid created by: Ava Dickerson
|Creator||Strand, Mark, 1934-2014Â|
|Creator||Miller, Nolan, 1907-2006|
|Title:||Miller, N. mss.|
|Quantity:||1.5 linear feet|
|Abstract:||The Miller, N. mss., 1952-1998, consist of correspondence between author Mark Strand and author Nolan Miller.|
Nolan Miller (1907-2006) was a novelist, creative writing professor, and fiction editor of The Antioch Review. Miller taught author Mark Strand at Antioch College, and they continued to correspond for decades afterward.
Mark Strand (1934-2014) was born in Canada and raised in a secular Jewish family. He spent most of his youth in South and Central America before moving to America to complete his education, getting his diploma at Oakwood Friends School in 1951 and B.A. in Antioch College in 1957. He studied painting at Yale University, earning a B.F.A. in 1959 and M.A. in creative writing at the University of Iowa. Noted for his illustrious career as a poet, Strand was elected in 1981 a member of The American Academy of Arts and Letters and served as U.S. Poet Laureate during 1990-1991. He has taught at many universities both as a full-time and visiting professor, most notably University of Utah, John Hopkins University, University of Chicago, and Columbia University (which he remained at until his death in 2014).
The collection consists of over 300 letters between author Mark Strand and author Nolan Miller, including several enclosures (writing fragments, photographs, and original sketches).
The collection is arranged chronologically, with indication of presence of manuscript or related material on folder.
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See Strand mss., also located at the Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
[Item], Strand mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.
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