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|Size||3.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 100 items)|
|Abstract||Bill Herron (1943-) was a North Carolina-based author of poems, plays, and fiction. The collection contains drafts and published works of Herron, including typescripts of novels, novellas, collected stories, poems, and plays, letters, a 1977-1978 European travel diary, translated works, poetry reviews, songs, and other writings. Also included are tape recordings of an interview with Herron and his musical play, "Stoney."|
|Creator||Herron, Bill, 1943-|
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Bill Herron (1943-) was a North Carolina-based author of poems, plays, and fiction. Published works include American Peasant, The Boy Christ's Ecstasy, and Rituals of Our Time.Back to Top
The collection contains drafts and published works of Bill Herron (1934-). Included are typescripts of novels, novellas, collected stories, poems, and plays, letters, a 1977-1978 European travel diary, translated works, poetry reviews, songs, and other writings by Herron. Also included are tape recordings of an interview with Herron and his musical play, "Stoney."Back to Top
This series contains drafts of Herron's novels, along with a few letters of readers comments. Also included is a journal of Herron's European travels in 1977-1978, reviews of poetry by Norm Moser and Amon Liner, translations, and an audiotape of an interview with Herron for a radio program.
Includes reader letter.
Novella: Nocturne for Orpheus in Hell, second draft, 1978 #04224, Series: "1. Prose, 1969-1980 and undated." Folder 7
Includes reader letter.
This series consists of drafts and published copies of Herron's collected works of poetry. Also included are translations of poetry by Pablo Neruda and Federico Garcia Lorca, and songs.
Translations of Stones of Chile, Stones of the Sky, Toro, and Juan is the Name of the Earth by Pablo Neruda; Songs and First Songs by Federico Garcia Lorca.
Items include drafts of plays by Herron and an audiotape of his musical "Stoney."
Additional novels and poetry by Herron.
Processed by: SHC Staff
Encoded by: Noah Huffman, December 2007
Updated by: Adam Fielding, Kate Stratton, and Jodi Berkowitz, February 2011
This collection was rehoused and a summary created with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
This finding aid was created with support from NC ECHO.
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