F. A. Nettelbeck 2008 –2012 Collection spec. Rar. Cms. 362 Guide compiled by Lauren Cunningham



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F.A. Nettelbeck 2008 –2012 Collection

SPEC.RAR.CMS.362

Guide compiled by Lauren Cunningham

Most of this collection was donated by F.A. Nettelbeck between 2008 and his death in 2011. A few materials were donated after Nettelbeck’s death by people like Stephen Kessler, F.A. Nettelbeck’s friend and publisher. The collection contains photographs, poems (both by Nettelbeck and by friends), manuscripts, and correspondence, among other things. Among the manuscripts are editions of Bug Death and appearances of Bug Death in various publications. There are newspaper articles within the collection, including several about the Symbionese Liberation Army, Nettelbeck’s work, and Nettelbeck’s obituary. The collection also contains notations on envelopes and Post It notes created by Nettelbeck. In addition, the F.A. Nettelbeck 2008 Collection has print-outs of materials posted on Nettelbeck’s blog, complete with edits. Poems and other materials may be seen on his blog, http://fanettelbeck.blogspot.com/.

While the collection was donated beginning in 2008, there are materials dating as far back as 1965. This collection is of value for research in poetry, alternative and experimental poetry, visual poetry and F.A. Nettelbeck. For further information on Nettelbeck and OSU’s holdings, please refer to the earlier F.A. Nettelbeck Collection, http://library.osu.edu/finding-aids/rarebooks/nettelbeck.php.
Box 1 – Oversized Items

Unfoldered -

Canister that was mailed from Bruce Bayard to Fred Nettelbeck

On canister, it says ‘the dream’

“signed small print #1 from ‘perceptions of the past’ exhibit”

Inside canister is a picture of a grist stone and a wooded area

Signed


“The Dream”

“1/1 small state”

Record of Harold Norse Of Course…

Notes inside the case

Letter from Tate Swindell inside cellophane

Dated July 30, 2010
Folder 1 – Package from Troy Lloyd

Sent February, 2009

Post-It note on front with notes

Troy Lloyd

Calhoun, GA

Letters, handmade books, journals, artwork, scraps, etc, etc

Inside package:

Smaller package with art, notes

White envelope converted into a letter

Contains art


Folder 2 – Metro Santa Cruz Weekly vol. 15, Number 41, February 4-11, 2009

Post-It Note marking location of article about FA Nettelbeck

Post-It Note on cover with notes

“My return to Santa Cruz, reading with Opstedal”


Folder 3 – Herald and News July 26, 2009

Sunday edition

Post-It on front

“A dear friend who was killed up on table land behind my house. I also knew his killer”


Folder 4 – An American Prayer

Poems, Lyrics and Stories by James Douglas Morrison

Post-It note on front

“Contains the great ‘Lament for My Cock’ et al”


Folder 5 – Herald and News Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Post-It Note on front

“F.A. Nettelbeck ‘Local Poet’ Newspaper profile, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Folder 6 – Artwork

Post-It Note

“Pencil drawing of F.A. Nettelbeck’s Genitalia by Cindy Marks – circa 1970, Flat St., Boulder Creek, CA”
Box 2 –

Folder 7 – Large manila envelope

Says “poetry business, check facsimiles, etc”

From Hexit/MJK in Brooklyn, New York to Rancho Poetics in Beaty, Oregon

Contains:

3 emails between Cheryl Klein and F.A. Nettelbeck

1 email between Carl Macki and F.A. Nettelbeck

Envelope from Geri DiGiorno, Petaluma Poetry Walk

Dated September 3, 2010

Contains poetry walk trifold

Envelope from Geri DiGiorno, Petaluma Poetry Walk

Dated September 10, 2010

Contains:

Letter

Readings/workshop form



Envelope from Poets & Writers, Inc

Dated September 24, 2010

Contains check stub

Envelope from Pen American Center in New York City

Dated October 2008

Contains:

Letter

Pen pamphlet



Return envelope

Envelope from the Academy of American Poets

Notes on envelope

Contains:

Letter

Pamphlet


Return envelope

Print out of Poets in Need

Envelope from Poets in Need

Dated April 10, 2009

Contains:

Letter from the Treasurer

Copy of a check

Envelope from Ohio State

University development, gift processing

Contains letter

Envelope and letter from OSU University Libraries, November 2005

Envelope from OSU University Libraries, October 2004

Contains:

Invoice


Copy of check

US Bank Check stub

2 OSU check stubs

Invoice and check stubs for F.A. Nettelbeck Correspondence Collection, February 1, 2006

Card from the OSU Libraries development officer
Folder 8 – 3 items

2 books bound together by pink paper

Book 1  Happy Hour by FA Nettelbeck

Illustrations by Sophie Jodoin

“Four Minutes to Midnight Issue XI”

Book 2  Four Minutes to Midnight Figure XI

Pink paper  “Four Minutes to Midnight Print /// Typography /// Poetics”

Envelope to FA Nettelbeck

Notes on back

Contains four Happy Hour cards


Folder 9 – John Wayne Cancer Institute envelope

Front – number 973

Back – “dead friends”

Contains:

9 newspaper clippings / death notices

1 In Rememberance card for Terry Morgan Walker

1 In Rememberance card for Phillip Brown, Sr

1 In Loving Memory pamphlet for Clarence Young

1 In Memory pamphlet Cleora Marie Godowa, Marion Pauline Godowa, Jamie Kimberly Smith, Vijune Marie Arnett, and Tierra Redfeather Wilson

1 In Loving Memory pamphlet for Robert Leon Hutchinson


Folder 10 – Manila envelope

“Notes that became poems on the blog”

Contains:

1 Article – Four Simple Facts Behind The Miracle Of Life

Envelope from Stephen Kessley with notes all over the front

Cover of a notebook

3 pieces of notebook paper with notes

Unopened envelope from the Oregon Department of Human Services

To Thelma A. Anderson

Covered in notes

Piece of paper with notes on the editor

8 pieces of green paper with notes

Invitation to a presentation and reception at the Sage Community School

Notes on back

Article – Reasons why we pray

8 pieces of Graphic Press paper with notes

Small envelope with notes

Paper with pictures

“12 steps”

Envelope from Seattle with notes

Envelope from Marquis Who’s Who

Notes on envelope

Contains the forms for Who’s Who

Envelope from Chiloquin Elementary School to Billi Jo Nettelbeck

Names of the Nettelbeck children on the front

Poem on the back

Envelope from Chiloquin JR/SR High School covered in notes
Folder 11 – 23 pieces of art

Post It Note – “Cindy Marks Ink Drawings”


Folder 12 – Manila envelope labeled “misc”

Contains:

Envelope with notes about Marta and notes from Marta

Paper with quotes from Kevin Opstedal

Graphic press paper with notation “a blurb for Kessler”

Article – Mysterious Rolling Graffiti of the Railroads by Reggie McLeod



Perceptions of the Past trifold from the Galleries of Rogue Community College

Card for Jack Hammer Tattoo at Hanky Panky Tattooing with a Post-It Note

Note: “This guy did my scorpion tattoo”

“Sex for Art’s Sake” paper



Highku by M. Kettner in Liliput Review, #118

Picture of a guy with bongos

“Hi baby – Be my heartbeat”

Klamath/Lake Counties Food Bank card

“Summer Lake Hot Springs” postcard

Natural Hot Springs in Paisley, Oregon

Blank envelope containing typed “F.A. Nettelbeck.”

Flyer for Spectator by FA Nettelbeck

Address for Elliott Sharp

No Place Fast by FA Nettelbeck

With address for Jim Buchanan

Drawing by Nettelbeck

2 pages on Continued in the Hallway by C. Marks



The Fuck, no author listed

3 pages titled “Williams Burroughs Collections”

3 poems by Al Masarick

Note on back

Inkblot Broadside #1 from Bug Death

Signed


CD with the name Jim Hayes

2 Industrial Sabotage booklets

Interview transcript with FA Nettelbeck

Drawing by Ferlinghetti ‘71



Gone in October by John Clellon Holmes

Four-sep Publications pamphlet sent February 2003

“Mad Dog Black Lady” Wanda Coleman matches
Box 3 –

Folder 13 – Approximately 9 items

Manila envelope

Picture of a face made out of a chest on one side

Post It Note – “Hexit / MJK stuff”

Contains:

Picture of a skull with a mask

“I had a mask like yours once”

Little envelope with a skull, a broken rifle and Nettelbeck’s name

Little envelope with a tooth on the front and the number 57

Poem, Usual



Picture of a tooth

Marked Hexit/MJK

Poem, What’s My Secret

Marked Hexit/MJK

Sketch of a person running

Hexy Redux

Picture of face

Picture

“Only fools fear the occult”



Sign up for a mailing list

“Word is dead”

F.A Nettelbeck and Hexit/MJK collaboration

Poem turned into a picture

Packet containing letters

Contains two letters

Post It Note – “Letters to my mom”
Folder 14 – CD marked “FA Nettelbeck Blog”
Folder 15 – Envelope

Poem on one side

Post It Note on back

Bug Death cover graphics”

Contains cut up titles that are pay stub for the book cover

Graphics are now on acid free paper


Folder 16 – 8 letters held together by a hair tie

Post It Note – “Mailings from Daniel F. Bradley”


Unfoldered – Between folders 16 and 17

Sketchbook / Journal

In back, contains:

Notes for poems or multiple poems

American Beauty sticker

Note with Post It

Envelope with notes

Photo of poem

John M. Bennet’s card

Contains poem shoved into the center

Post It Note attached to the inside of the front cover

“Last notebook before the computer”



Biennial College Poetry Review

National Poetry Press

Post It Note inside

“My first real appearance in print”

Envelope from Tommy Pico

Sent May 18, 2009

Contains three magazines



Birdsong 9

Has a note from Tommy Pico

Poems and pictures

Birdsong 8

Note from Tommy Pico inside

Poems and pictures

Birdsong 7

Poems and pictures


Folder 17 – Manila envelope

Front says “Birdsong 6”

Back indicates copies – 113 of 200

Contains a copy of Birdsong 6


Folder 18 – Envelope from Tommy Pico

Sent November 7, 2009

Post It Note on envelope

Birdsong mag – some youngsters out of Brooklyn”

Envelope contains 4 magazines

Birdsong 5

Birdsong 10

Erratics

Stories and personal ads

Scorcher issue number 4

“Be Billy”

Cover art by Todd Gilmour of Bowery Studio

Magazine by Billy Cheer


Folder 19 – Envelope from Alene Evason

Contains Glimpse 19 Poems

November, 2010

Number 30

Post It Note on envelope

Glimpse with my ‘Favourite poem’”


Unfoldered – Behind box 19

1 book, 3 journals and an envelope

Envelope –

To: F.A. Nettelbeck

From: Hexit/MJK

“Word is dead”

Contains:

2 packs of F.A. Nettelbeck, “Word is Dead” notecards

“Word is Dead” notepad

F.A. Nettelbeck, “Word is dead” stickers

“Black Friend 2008” card

Envelope has a Post It Note

“Hexit/MJK stuff – ‘word is dead’”

Little Caeser 10 journal

Post It Note inside - “Contains ‘Runaway Suite for Fred Nettelbeck’ by Stephen Kessler. Signed and inscribed by Kessler”



Rain City Review

A Literary Magazine

Volume I, Number III, Fall 1993

Post It Note inside

“Contains: ‘Poem on the Eve of My 42nd Birthday’ Life and Loneliness at the Ranch”



Xochi23

Post It Note inside – “another appearance of ‘Charles Bukawski Answers 10 Easy Questions’”

Tornado Alley by William S. Burroughs

Post It Note – “A beautiful inscription to me from William”



Box 4 –

Folder 20 – 2 items

Copy of an article/obituary in The Redwood Coast Review



“F.A. Nettelbeck, Outlaw Poet”

Winter 2011

Copy of The Redwood Coast Review

Volume 13, Numer 2

Spring 2011
Folder 21 – 4 items

R.I.P Nettelbeck article from Four Minutes to Midnight

Emails between Paul Lambert and John Bennett

Copy of “F.A. Nettelbeck, Outlaw Poet” by Stephen Kessler



Santa Cruz News

January 24, 2011

5 pages

Copy of “F.A. Nettelbeck, Outlaw Poet” by Stephen Kessler



Santa Cruz News

January 24, 2011

4 pages
Folder 22 – Envelope

Contains a card

Front of card says “F.A. Nettelbeck”

Back of card says “This riffle was broken beating an old visual poet to death”


Folder 23 – Guest books

Post It Note – “The Old Rancho Poetics Guest Book – most of these people are dead”


Folder 24 – 8 Items

Post It Note – “Richard Aaron’s Am Here Books catalogues listing F.A. Nettelbeck titles”

Catalog 1 – March 1995

“Catalogue 95”

Catalog 2 – January 1993

“Catalogue 68”

Catalog 3 – “Catalogue 56”

Catalog 4 – “Catalogue 32”

Catalog 5 – “Catalogue 17”

Catalog 6 – “Catalogue 28”

Catalog 7 – “Catalogue 29”

Catalog 8 – “Catalogue 26”


Folder 25 – 15 items

12 newspapers

Ooze

Sludge


Sundaz – November 8, 1974

Volume V, Issue #2

Sundaz – November 27, 1974

Volume IV, Issue #47

Sundaz – May 17, 1974

Volume IV, Issue #28

Sundaz – November 23, 1973

Volume IV, Issue #4

Sundaz – January 19, 1973

Volume 3, Issue #11

Sundaz – November 10, 1972

Volume III, Issue #2

Sundaz – October 20-26

Volume 2, Issue #37

Sundaz – Volume 2, Issue #35

Sundaze


Sundaze – Volume II, Number XXIX

Post It Note on First newspaper – “All the (12) issues of ‘Sundaze’ Santa Cruz, CA that contain work by F.A. Nettelbeck”



Small Press Review May-June 2004

Volume 36, numbers 5-6, issues 376-377

Post It Note – “Contains review of ‘Sunlight Here I Am’

Picture of F.A. Nettelbeck with note

“Me and my sweet wife Billy relaxing at the ranch, 2010”

Envelope from John M. and Angelica Flynn

Covered in notes

Post It Note – “Who I sent copies of LAP Gun Cut to”


Folder 26 – Papers clipped together

Post It Note – “Mic=sc. Blog Stuff”


Folder 27 – 2 piles of paper clipped together

First clipped pile has notes on it

Post It Note – “Rough draft of e-book ‘pesticide drift’”

Second clipped pile has a picture and notes

Post It Note – “Misc. blog stuff”

Box 5 –

Folder 28 – Envelope from Susan Nettelbeck

Back has a note: “My dossier on Michael Phillips, leader of the Bukowski cult over at Bukowski.net, where I was called ‘A fraud of an artist and a fraud of a human being.’”

Contains:

Things from Smog.net and Bukowski.net

Michael Phillips address
Folder 29 – Post office envelope with a list of everyone Nettelbeck received correspondence from

Contains:

17 envelopes containing letters and cards

8 postcards

7 letters

2 pictures

1 email

The address for Greg Hall


Folder 30 – Envelope from Mark Terrill in Germany

Dated December 17, 2008

Contains:

Letter from Mark Terrill

Poems by Mark Terrill

Poems translated by Mark Terrill

Book of poems by Mark Terrill, copyright 2006
Folder 31 – Envelope from Mark Terrill in Germany

Contains a booklet



17 Poems for the Poetry Hearings by Mark Terrill

Held in Berlin, November 17-19 2006


Folder 32 – Post office mailing envelope with the notation “This is Important file”

8 regular envelopes

Envelope from Lyn Lifshin, dated September 23, 2010

Contains approximately 28 pages of poems and a return envelope

Envelope from Guy Beining, dated October 4, 2008

Contains:

3 pages of poems

Note from Guy Beining

Return envelope to Guy Beining

Envelope Simon Perchik, dated January 2, 2009

Contains:

Return envelope to Simon Perchick

Paper slip about Hands Collected The Books of Simon Perchick 1949-1999

3 pages of poems

Envelope from Dan Maneikis, dated February 19, 2009

Contains:

Return envelope to Dan Maneikis

Note from Dan Maneikis

4 pages of poems

Envelope from McArthur Gunter (Tashunka Raven), dated July 26, 2007

Contains:

Return envelope to McArthur Gunter (Tashunka Raven)

2 pages of poems

Envelope from Dennis Selah / Comma Books, dated July 28, 2008

Contains:

Letter from Dennis Selah

Approximately 9 pages of poems

Envelope from Comma Books

Contains letter from Dennis Selah inquiring after his poems

Envelope from Arnold Skemer, dated September 27, 2010

Contains:

3 pages of poems

Return envelope

3 manila envelopes

Envelope from Anthony Herles, dated November 9, 2007

Contains:

Return envelope

Letter

3 pages of poems



Envelope from Misha Collins, dated November 2, 2007

Contains:

6 pages of poems

Return envelope

Letter

Envelope from Chris Daly, dated October 12, 2010



Contains:

Return envelope

6 pages of poems

Letter
Folder 33 – Envelope from Nettelbeck to Chip Phillips

Notes on back: “Mick Rhodes pamphlet”

Contains:

3 Word by J. Mitchell Rhodes pamphlets

2 pages of notes

2 pages of blog posts, stuck together

Picture of a dress

2 unfolded sections of Word pamphlet

4 pictures of J. Mitchell Rhodes

2 opened Word pamphlets
Folder 34 – Blank manila envelope

Contains Chiron Review, Issue #90, spring, 2010

From Michael Hathaway

Post It Note – “Contains my poem For Jan Kerouac


Folder 35 – Folder with the note “Happy Hour rough drafts, notes, email from Sophie Jodoin, etc”

Approximately 22 items

Email from Sophie Jodoin dated August 19, 2010
Folder 36 – 3 items

“Santa Claus Handbook”

Post It Note – “My Handbook”

Priority Mail envelope labeled “Misc”

13 items

Paper clipped collection of poems

Paper clipped collection of papers

Starts with Poets’ Greatest Hits, an invitational national archive

Post It Note – “I tried doing this but I have too many different styles of writing – couldn’t get it together.”

Paper clipped collection of papers

Starts with email from Jon Carroll

Post It Note – “Notes for Greg Hall obit I put on my blog.”

Paper clipped list

Post It Note – “Performers list for the Santa Cruz Poetry Festival I helped promote”

Paper clipped stories

Post It Note – “Stories by Mel Clary”

Paper clipped notes

Poem, “After Fucking”

3 poems – “Opt,” “Conquering,” “Body of a Woman”

Poem “Sex with the President”

Poem “Subway Eyes”

Untitled, three page poem

Envelope from Al Masanik

Dated December 16, 1998

Post It Note – “Stories by Al Masanik plus a picture of Al and I when I played Santa in S.F.”
Folder 37 – Envelope from Out of Our in San Francisco

Contains booklet Out of Our Behind the Scenes 6

Post It Note – “Blog Poems”
Box 6 – Manuscripts

Folder 38 – Folder labeled “’Perceptions of the Past’ Press stuff – Exhibit Catalogue”

3 Perceptions of the Past items

3 news items
Unfoldered – between folders 38 and 39

Box labeled “Bug Death Rough Draft”



Bug Death by FA Nettelbeck

Post It Note – “Final Bug Death revision – thru 2007”

Manila envelope labeled “Bug Death final revision notes – emails to Daniel F. Bradley cancelling plans to publish BD”

Postal Service Priority Mail envelope labeled “’Someone who loved you’ paste-up/mock-ups/corrections”

Envelope containing stamps

1 for Hieroglyphics

1 for “Word is Dead”
Folder 39 – Folder labeled “‘Someone who Loved You’” 1st draft”
Folder 40 – 12 pages

Post It Note – “‘Drinking and Thinking’ 1st draft MS”


Folder 41 – Folder labeled “Original artwork for the Argotist Ebook, ‘Pesticide Drift.’”
Folder 42 – Folder containing 3 items

Paper that says “Learning to write the first time:

2 poems
Folder 43 – Envelope from “Regalado”

Sent December 16, 2004

Labeled “Poem Notes to Keep” and “Poem Ideas Snippets”

Contains 28 items


Box 7 – Manuscripts and Correspondence

Folder 44 – White envelope labeled “Kenvin Opstedal chapbooks and letters”

Contains 7 items



Beach Blanket Massacre by Kevin Opstedal

Contains letter dated February 11, 2010 and the postcard promotion for Salt Water Credentials



Copyright, 2001

Pretty Vacant by Kevin Opstedal

Contains a letter dated July 29, 2009

Note on the first page to Nettelbeck from Opstedal

Copyright, 2009



Santa Cruz by Kevin Opstedal

Note on the first page to Nettelbeck from Opstedal, dated July 18, 2008

Copyright, 2008

Maybe Ocean Street by Kevin Opstedal

Note on the first page to Nettelbeck from Opstedal

Contains letter dated September 17, 2009

Copyright 2009

The manuscript version of Maybe Ocean Street

Contains a letter dated May 27, 2009

User’s Manual to the Pacific Coast Highway by Kevin Opstedal

Note on the cover page to Nettelbeck from Opstedal dated January 8, 2008

Copyright, 2008

Double Impact by Michael Price and Kevin Opstedal

Copyright, 2005


Folder 45 – Enveloped labeled “Books published entirely with work off of my blog, Sewing Memory”

Contains 5 items

Manuscript version of Pesticide Drift

Signed and dated, September 15, 2010

Drinking and Thinking by FA Nettelbeck

Signed

Copyright, 2010



Someone Who Loved You by FA Nettelbeck

Signed

Copyright, 2010



Taste The by FA Nettelbeck and Hexit/MJK

Signed


Tag with FA Nettelbeck’s name on one side and the line “This rifle was broken beating an old visual poet to death” on the other is stapled to the book

Copyright, 2001



Don’t Say A Word by FA Nettelbeck

Signed


Copyright, 2008
Folder 46 - Envelope labeled “FA Nettelbeck interviewed by Jim Hayes for his blog about Assembly Poetry Plant Marietta”

Contains 2 copies

Post-It Note – “contains a minor edit – original enclosed.”
Folder 47 – Folder labeled “candid shots at Flat St., Boulder Creek, CA, circa 1970’s while working on Bug Death. Myself, Cindy Marks, my brother John and a couple of his friends”
Folder 48 – Folder labeled “Bukowski’s ‘Notes of a Dirty Old Man’ I would tear out of the LA Free Press in the early 70’s. Also a Jim Morrison poem.”
Folder 49 – Envelope with a Post-It Note – “Al Masarik ‘Heartworms’ & ‘Wildwood Flowers’”

Contains:

Manuscript versions of Heartworms and Wildwood Flowers

Note from Al Massarik
Folder 50 – Envelope from Al Masarik dated January 4, 2007

Post It Note on Envelope – “Al Masarik – ‘Making Do With Everything’”

Contains a manuscript version

Manuscript signed


Folder 51 – Folder labeled “Duke Kamstra: William Burroughs, John Gidrno photos – Red Night Tour, Santa Cruz, CA May 13th, 1981 – Veteran’s Hall.”

Contains 4 photographs


Folder 52 – Folder labeled “Misc.”

Contains 6 items

Photo with a Post It Note – “A great reading at Whittier College – ‘Nixon’s Alma Mater’ ca. ‘69/’70? My friend Jerry Allen took the picture”

Customer’s Receipt with a Post It Note – “Receipt for Burroughs’ Artwork – Cheap!”

Paper titled Sewing Memory with a Post It Note – “Hexit/MJK’s mock-up for the banner of my blog ‘Sewing Memory’”

2 copies of an order form for materials by F.A. Nettelbeck

Paper of Hobo Signs
Folder 53 – Folder Labeled “Misc.”

Contains:

Paper of skeletons saying “Just Say No To War”

From Am Here Books



Inkblot, copyright 1990

3 notes on Graphic Press paper

3 newspaper clippings

Photograph clipped from newspaper



Intoxication (Drunk Eyes) by Lindsey Smith

Pamphlet from the Creative Music Guild, date January 20th, 2007

Cartoon by R. Cobb

List with Post It Note – “Copies of ‘Everything Written Exists’”

2 copies of Against a World Without the Color Blue by Greg Hall

Letter from Dr. Harry Polkinhorn of the English Department at San Diego State University’s Imperial Valley Campus

Photograph at the beach

Notes on the back

Photograph of a refrigerator full of wine and beer

Photograph of a person in a chair

Notes on the photograph

Dated January 1st, 1994

4 pictures of people with special needs
Folder 54 – Contains 2 items

Picture of an owl and a man

“Sunburned hand of the man”

Orange packet – “Sunburned hand of the man”

Contains:

Photograph

Pamphlet of when Sunburned will be at The Loft

June 2005

Picture of a hand with photographs of the band

Sunburned Hand of the Man cd


Folder 55 – 38 pages worth of material from Nettelbeck’s blog, Sewing Memory

Notation: “What I came up with to contribute when I performed with the Be Black Consort in Portland in 2008”
Folder 56 – 5 pages of materials from Nettelbeck’s blog, Sewing Memory

My Vispo contribution to Skylab Visual poetry mailart exhibit – Avant Writing Symposium August 2010”
Folder 57 – Envelope labeled “SLA stuff – some used in Bug Death. Cindy Marks and I were at her dad’s shop at 58th and Slavson, just blocks away, when the SLA were burned out. I talked to this guy ‘Pooh,’ a Chip, who told me they had no way to get all the different gangs together in time to go battle the cops. The next day, we drove by and there were all these flowers there in the ashes, like a huge funeral/gravesite. On the wall of an adjacent building, someone had spray painted the 7-headed cobra and ‘It took 500 cops.’ – Pretty fucking cool.”

Copy of the San Francisco Chronicle on February 13th, 1974

Copy of the San Francisco Examiner on May 18th, 1974
Folder 58 – A copy A Precocious Child’s Literary Alphabet by Martin Rowson

Post It Note – “A general put down of James Graulerholz, but interesting – and JWG’s response”


Unfoldered – Behind folder 58

Envelope labeled Drinking and Thinking Proof Copy – (only one with blue lettering onthe cover) and letter

Contains copy of Drinking and Thinking, copyright 2010

Envelope from Opstedal

Note on envelope “Don’t Say A Word proof copy and letter”

Contains:

Copy of Don’t Say A Word, copyright 2008

Letter from Opstedal

Envelope from Theo Green dated April 23, 2010

Notation – “The artist Theo Green, videographer: F.A. Nettelbeck. The studio bit is Oakland, CA, mid Dec. 1986. Gallery part is San Francisco, Southern Exposure Gallery, probably Dec. 21, 2986”

Contains dvd of Theo Green material

CD with notation “Newest Fred Stuff”

CD with notation “The Nettelbecks Photos and Digital Copies of Books”

CD with notation “Newest Fred Stuff”


Box 8 – Manuscripts and Correspondence

Folder 59 – Folder labeled FA Nettelbeck 2001-2010

Approximately 92 pages worth of materials

Email from John Bennet to Stephen Kessler, dated October 4, 2012

Letter from Stephen Kessler to John Bennet, dated September 21, 2010

2 Exciting Pamphlets

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated December 15, 2010

William Burroughs card attached

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 4, 2010

Copy of the poem A Nigger For President from the blog Sewing Memory

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated October 9, 2009

Email from FA Nettelbeck to Stephen Kessler, dated July 26, 2009

Email from FA Nettelbeck to Stephen Kessler, dated July 17, 2009

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated July 17, 2009

Flyer for Chatterton’s Poetry Reading with Stephen Kessler and FA Nettelbeck, dated January 8, 1975

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated June 3, 2009

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated May 22, 2009

Copy of poem Sputum Beach from the blog Sewing Memory

Letter at the bottom, dated February 23, 2009

Picture labeled “Jaws”

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 28, 2009

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 5, 2009

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated November 8, 2011

Booklet of poems

Photo on the front with a note dated October 15, 2008


Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated October 15, 2008

Of Old Lost Days at William S. Burroughs High School

Dated April 12, 2008

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated June 4, 2008

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated March 4, 2008

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 25, 2008

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated November 28, 2007

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated October 11, 2007

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated October 1, 2007

Copy of Five Poems by FA Nettelbeck

Contains a letter dated May 2, 2007

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated April 25, 2007

4 cards for FA Nettelbeck’s Happy Hour

Tag – “This rifle was broken beating an old visual poet to death”

Poem Canticle dated April 17, 2008

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated September 29, 2008

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated May 29, 2007

To Stink, To Cheat, To Torture

Interview dated April 2, 2007

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated March 3, 2007

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 26, 2007

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 9, 2007

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated November 16, 2006

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated August 24, 2006

Photograph of Nettelbeck’s children

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated August 4, 2006

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated May 16, 2006

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated April 1, 2006

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated March 4, 2006

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 25, 2006

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 10, 2006

Email to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated November 27, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated November 4, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated September 22, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated August 24, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck without a date

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated July 12, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated May 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated February 25, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated February 14, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck without a date

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 29, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 8, 2005

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated December 22, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated December 10, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated September 23, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated August 31, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated July 30, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated June 22, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated June 7, 2004



Everything Written Exists by FA Nettelbeck

Nomination of FA Nettelbeck for the Charles Erskine Scott Wood Retrospective Award, written by John Bennett



The Greatest Songs Ever by Blender magazine

2 pages looking at the Rolling Stones’ “Satisfaction”

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated May 11, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck without a date

Copy of the Sprague River News Letter, dated April 2004

Photo of Nettelbeck’s daughter

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated March 13, 2004

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 15, 2004

Card to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated December 16, 2003

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated July 28, 2003

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 27, 2003

Shape Shifter in a Fun House Mirror

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated December 9, 2002

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated January 21, 2002

We’re Coming, Motherfuckers

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated December 10, 2001

Photo of Nettelbeck’s daughter

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated November 5, 2001

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated October 11, 2001

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated September 26, 2001

Letter to Stephen Kessler from FA Nettelbeck, dated September 13, 2001
Folder 60 – Notebook

Contains notes and poems


Folder 61 – 2 items

Envelope from Susan Nettelbeck

Labeled “Google Earth pictures of ‘Rancho Poetics’”

Contains 2 pictures

3 pages worth poems

Post It Note – “Jim Morrison poem from the L.A. Image”


Box 9 – Correspondence and Manuscripts

Folder 62 – The People in the Next Room by J.T Ledbetter

Signed and dated, March 20, 1997

Post It Note – “My old high school English teacher – ‘he ruined my life’”
Folder 63 – 3 items

Envelope to Mitchell Rhodes

Dated 1981

Labeled “poems and stories”

Contains:

One Woman’s Revenge by Mitchell Rhodes

18 pages worth of poems, paper clipped together

Envelope from Mick Rhodes

Dated February 5, 2009

Labeled “Mick Rhodes beginning of story how him, me and Mark Browning got together”

Contains:

Letter from “Mick”

Poetry Scar Stories and Reminisces of F.A. Nettelbeck and J. Mitchell Rhodes

Envelope from Mitchell Rhodes

Notes on the back

No date


Contains:

Letter from “Mick”

A section from the book Poetry Scar Stories and Reminisces of F.A. Nettelbeck and J. Mitchell Rhodes

Newspaper clipping about the 2008 Jimi Hendrix Tribute Tour
Folder 64 – 2 items

Brown book

No title

Post It Note – “Mick Rhodes, true tales of drug smuggling – ‘River Wolf’”

Green book

Mean Streets, 68 poems by Mitchell Rhodes

Signed


Post It Note – “’Mean Streets’ Mick Rhodes aka Road Master”
Folder 65 - Notebook

Post It Note – “Collaborations with Mick Rhodes”


Folder 66 – contains 34 items

31 notes


3 folders

Each with the Post It Note “Collaborations with Mick Rhodes”


Folder 67 – Envelope dated March 16, 2005

Notation on front of envelope: “Xerox Zero Stuff”

Notation on back of envelope: “Next are B.D. to be Xeroxed”

Envelope contains:

6 notes on Graphic Press paper

Printed information on Lyn Lifshin

Poem White Roses

Poem Golden Years

Poem Only with Affection

Poem Almost Ready to Write

Poem The Genius of the Crowd



Envelope and letter from Edward Mycue, dated January 13, 2006

Envelope and letter from Edward Mycue, dated December 23, 2005

Envelope from San Diego State University, dated April 5, 2005

Harry Polkinhern’s address on back of envelope

Envelope from Debbie Kirk, dated Aug 26, 2005

Contains:

Poem My Cross Is Upside Down, and I’m Dizzy

Flyer for Bleeding from My Psalms, May 2005
Folder 68 – Envelope from Aftermath Books, dated March 1, 2005

Notation on front of envelope: “Stuff for Xerox Zero”

Notation on back of envelope: “P.S. My birthday was January 15, 2005. I still accept gifts.”

Contains:



Dear Friend: A Letter from Henry Miller to Charles Bukowski, August 22, 1965

A Holiday Greeting from Michael J. Sherick, Bookseller and Table-Talk Press, 1987

Approximately 20 poems with the note “Don van Vliet excerpts from Stunned Mirages


Folder 69 – 47 pages worth of materials

Poems and pictures

Notation on the front : “Xerox Zero in on Midnight
Box 10 – Correspondence and Publications

Folder 70 – Post Office envelope

Notation on envelope “Kevin Opstedal emails”

Ranges in date from January 23, 2008 to September 30, 2010
Folder 71 – Post Office envelope

Notation on envelope “Chris Byck emails”

Ranges in date from September 25, 2009 to October 7, 2010
Folder 72 – 2 Post Office envelopes

First has the notation “Mick Rhodes emails”

Emails range in date from September 8, 2009 and April 29, 2010

Second has the notation “Gerald Nicosia emails”

Emails range in date from February 17, 2010 to September 21, 2010

Also contains two print outs on the 15th Annual Petaluma Poetry Walk, September 19, 2010


Folder 73 – Envelope from Lyn Lifshin, dated December 22, 2004

Back has Jack Micheline’s address and the notation “Xerox Zero in on Midnight

Contains:

Ad for Playboy Varsity Jackets

A note – “The Legacy. Zappa stuff.”

Ad for the Whitehall Printing Company

Ad for Video Age Inc.

Article “Rogue About Town”

2 photographs without date or notation

Article on Frank Zappa, “Freak Out!”

3 notes
Folder 74 – Envelope from Orotillio Homebouy, dated February 5, 2002

Post It Note on the envelope – “Collaborations with Mick Rhodes”

Contains 11 pages worth of materials
Folder 75 – Envelope with the notation “Xerox Zero in on Midnight, a mag I was going to do but, alas, another failed project”

Contains pictures, poems, and letters


Folder 76 – cassette tape

Post It Note: “Robin Holcomb tape dub of her 1st album”


Folder 77 – Diary of the Desert Fox by Greg Hall

“Left-over songs and dim torch ballads”


Folder 78 – Remove Veil Before Reading poems by Stephen Kessler
Folder 79 – Greyhound Route Map

Post It Note: “Bible of the business”


Box 11 - Correspondence and Publications

Folder 80 – Post Office envelope

Notation on envelope: “Mel Clay”

Envelope contains:

A Charles Bukowski postcard from Mel Clay

A William Burroughs postcard from Mel Clay, dated February 26, 2008

An Arthur Rimnaud (1854-1891) postcard from Mel Clay

A James Blood Ulmer postcard from Mel Clay, dated November 19, 2008

Envelope from Mel Clay dated August 13, 2007

Contains newspaper clipping and letter

Envelope from Mel Clay dated November 26, 2007

Contains newspaper clipping and letter

Envelope from Mel Clay with a letter and a flyer

Envelope from Mel Clay dated 2009

Contains a picture

Envelope from Mel Clay dated December 22, 2007

Contains a letter and the card for the Beat Museum

Envelope from Mel Clay containing newspaper clippings and letter

Envelope from Mel Clay dated September 25, 2008

Contains newspaper clipping s and card

Envelope from Mel Clay dated July 17, 2008

Contains newspaper article and letter

Envelope from Mel Clay dated April 11, 2008, containing newspaper article

Envelope from Mel Clay dated July 18, 2009, containing letter

Envelope from Mel Clay dated August 31, 2009

Contains:

Letter


Picture

Flyer


Envelope from Mel Clay dated November 14, 2009, containing flyer

Envelope from Mel Clay dated July 9, 2010, containing letters

Small manila envelope from Mel Clay dated February 26, 2008

Contains Thousand Yard Stare, Interrupted

Number V, January and February 2008

Flyer from a Bird & Beckett Books event



The Guy Who Dressed Up Like Cher for Nettelbeck – The Last of the Best by Mel Clay

Manila envelope from Mel Clay dated December 1, 2004

Manila envelope from Mel Clay dated June 30, 2009

Manila envelope from Mel Clay dated June 04, 2010


Folder 81 - Post Office envelope

Notation: “Gerald Nicosia, David Barker, Marvin Sackner, Chris Byck, Todd Swindell, James Vallely, Michael C. Ford”

Contains:

Envelope and letter from Michael C. Ford, dated April 21, 2010

Envelope and letter from Michael C. Ford, dated July 9, 2010

Envelope and letter from J. Vallely, dated December 29, 2009

Envelope and card from James Vallely, dated March 11, 2009

Envelope and card from James Vallely, dated December 28, 2009

Envelope and card from James Vallely, dated September 15, 2010

13 postcards from Gerald Nicosia

Envelope and card from Gerald Nicosia, dated January 12, 2010

Envelope and letter from Gerald Nicosia, dated April 11, 2010

Envelope and card from David Barker, dated April 19, 2010

Envelope and letter from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, dated August 11, 2010

Envelope and letter from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry

Envelope and letter from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, dated March 25, 2010

Envelope and letter from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, dated May 15, 2010

Envelope and letter from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, dated March 18, 2008

Envelope and letter from the Ruth and Marvin Sackner Archive of Concrete and Visual Poetry, dated April 2009

Envelope and letter from C. Byck, dated July 17, 2010

Post It Note: “Pics of me and Chris up behind Rancho P”

Envelope and letter from C. Byck, dated July 17, 2010

Envelope and letter from C. Byck

Envelope and letter from C. Byck, dated December 9, 2009

Envelope and letter from C. Byck, dated January 21, 2010

Envelope and letter from Todd Swindell, dated January 4, 2010

Envelope and letter from Todd Swindell

Envelope and letter from Todd Swindell, dated October 20, 2009

Envelope and letter from Todd Swindell, dated October 19, 2009

Envelope and letter from Todd Swindell, dated January 4, 2010

Letter from Todd Swindell, dated March 17, 2010

Manila envelope from David Barker dated April 30, 2010

Manila envelope from David Barker dated June 18, 2010
Folder 82 – Post Office envelope

Notation: “Jim Hayes”

Envelope contains:

3 Atlanta postcards

2 Marietta, Georgia postcards

1 Governor’s Mansion in Little Rock, Arkansas postcard

1 San Jacinto Inn in Houston, Texas postcard

1 “The Kitchen, Mary Arden’s House” from Stratford-upon-Avon postcard\ 1 “Le Grand Hotel a Monte Carlo” postcard

1 Georgia postcard

Packet of pictures

CD with notes on the back of envelope

Envelope from Jim Hayes

Contains letter and pictures

Envelope from Jim Hayes dated April 18, 2009

Contains letter

Envelope from Jim Hayes dated November 6, 2009

Contains letter and pictures

Envelope from Jim Hayes dated October 29, 2009

Contains letter and pictures

Envelope from Jim Hayes dated 2009

Contains letter and pictures

Envelope from Jim Hayes dated May 25, 2009

Contains letter

Envelope from Jim Hayes dated September 8, 2009

Contains letter and pictures

Manila envelope from Jim Hayes dated October 14, 2008

Contains letter and manuscript

Manila envelope from Jim Hayes dated September 8, 2007

Contains letter and pictures
Folder 83 – Post Office envelope

Notation: “Stephen Kessler”

Envelope contains:

2 notes from Stephen Kessler

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated March, 17, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated May, 17, 2010

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler

Envelope and card from Stephen Kessler dated May 29, 2009

Envelope and card from Stephen Kessler dated December 17, 2008

Envelope and card from Stephen Kessler dated January 11, 2010

Blank Voice of Ice postcard

Voice of Ice postcard with note on back

Cuba postcard, dated November 17, 2008

Charles Bukowski postcard, dated February 29, 2008

Seventh Commandment postcard, dated October 4, 2008

Hole ‘N The Rock Home postcard, dated March 14, 2009

Samson and Delilah postcard, dated February 5, 2008

Muhammad Ali postcard, dated February 8, 2008

Virga postcard

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated October 7, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated July 2, 2009

Notes on back of envelope

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated August 18, 2009

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated August 31

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated October 1, 2009

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated August 29, 2007

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated June 17, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated August 26, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated November 28, 2007

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated November 29, 2009

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated November 20, 2007

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated May 28, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated April 15, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated August 7, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated July 19, 2007

Notes on back of envelope

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated December 3, 2007

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated February 8, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated October 22, 2008

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated April 15, 2010

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated December 16, 2009

Envelope and letter from Stephen Kessler dated August 25, 2010

Letter from Stephen Kessler dated October 4, 2007

2 page letter from Stephen Kessler dated October 5, 2008

Letter from Stephen Kessler dated September 5, 2007

Letter from Stephen Kessler dated January 14, 2009

Letter from Stephen Kessler dated February 20, 2008

Manila envelope from Stephen Kessler dated October 16, 2009

New York Times obituary for James Purdy, March 14, 2009

New York Time article, “Competition so Firce that Yarmulkes Fly Off,” August 26, 2007

Open Minds, Open Books from September 27, 2007



Metro Santa Cruz, Literary Issue

February 20-27, 2008

Volume 14, Number 43

New York Time article, “Poetic Theaters, Romantic Fevers,” July 13, 2007

Metro Santa Cruz, September 5-12, 2007 Volume 14, Number 19

“Who You Callin’ a Maverick?” by John Schwartz

The Redwood Coast Review, Volume 10, Number 4, Fall 2008

Old Poets Waiting on Death Row

Another Nobody Stumbling Down The Streets

Epiphany on West 44th Street

When Weren’t We Being Invaded by These Voices
Box 12 – Correspondence and Publications

Folder 84 – Bachy 18

New Poetry, Fiction, Translation Annual: 1981

Post It Note: “Bug Death Appearance”



Folder 85 – Bombay Gin

New Series, Volume 1, Number 4, Summer 1989

Post It Note: “Bug Death Appearance, under a different title”


Folder 86 – Vagabond 14 Presents the Great Zecchini

Post It Note: “Will the real John Bennett please stand up? Ha. Nettelbeck appearance.”
Folder 87 – The Sunset Palms Hotel

Post It Note: “Great mag by old friend Michael C. Ford – Tom Waits 1st and only appearance in the small press – Nettelbeck appearance”
Folder 88 – Painted Bride Quarterly

Number 48

Post It Note – “Bug Death Appearance”


Folder 89 – An Afternoon with Brion Gysin by Theo Green

Copyright May 5, 1980

Post It Note: “Bug Death appearance – Theo Green with Brion Gysin”


Folder 90 – Clown War

Post It Note: “Bug Death appearance”
Folder 91 – Envelope from Stephen Kessler

Post It Note: “S. Kessler Greg Hall obit, book of Greg’s poems hand out at his memorial”


Folder 92 – Because I won’t save anything except the bones

F.A Nettlebeck Limited Edition of A-Z this is letter”

Post It Note: “These broadsides were unauthorized. A random line taken from one of my poems. I don’t like how this was done. I signed #A for shits and grins, destroyed the rest. #’s X, Y, and Z are there somewhere, but unsigned.”


Folder 93 – Envelope from Mick Rhodes

Dated May 6, 2010

Post It Note: “Mick Rhodes – ’48th Street Press’ Broadsides”
Folder 94 – Envelope from the American Biographical Institute

Dated October 24, 2001

Notation on envelope

Post It Note: “Dead old lady’s pen and ink drawing by her uncle James Gowdowa that is the “cover” of This is Important #17”


Folder 95 – Envelope titled Fragmented Ink

Post It Note: “Theo Green title”

Contains Fragmented Ink by Theo Green

Signed
Folder 96 – Envelope from the Baltimore Sun

Dated September 23, 1986

Post It Note: “Baltimore Sun Sunday Supplement – ‘Beer Notation’”


Folder 97 – “American Muscle notes for a novel” by Mel Clay

Copyright 2010

Post It Note: “Mal Clay ’48th Street Press’ Broadside”
Folder 98 – Nevada State Line

Contains invitation to Rockshot “Unquoteables”

Post It Note on booklet

“Nettelbeck blog poems”
Folder 99 – 2 booklets

Haikkku


Post It Note: “Nettelbeck Appearance”

“Troubled by a Troubled Wheelbarrow”

“Basho this basho that the Somali without a clitoris”

Post It Note: “Nettelbeck Appearance”


Folder 100 – Envelope with a sticker “Theo Green, 11 Drawings, 1980-2007”

Contains artwork


Folder 101 – 5 items

Article from the New York Times website



“Books of the Times; Come one, Come All: Secrets of the Carny” by William Grimes

Dates January 7, 2005

Copy of the Reader

“Los Angeles’ Free Weekley”

Dated July 18, 1980

Volume 2, Number 38

Picture of a woman and alcohol

Quote: “What a way to die – Shot through the head – And drowned in beer”

Picture of two women

Quote: “We’ve done everything in the book… but the guy who wrote the book is in jail now”



Aftermath Books Catalogue 17

“William S. Burroughs, Deviants, and Allsorts”


Box 13 – Correspondence and Publications

Folder 102 – Cd labeled “Marta Matulich scans 2008”

Post It Note: “Marta Pics”


Folder 103 – Cd labeled “Walter Martin and Greg Hall”

Post It Note: “Greg Hall reading his poems”


Folder 104 – Envelope from Jill Andrea dated August 3, 2010

Contains a cd labeled “NPR Story Corps. Storyteller: Al Masarik, Interviewer: Jill Andrea, Location: Reno, NV 4/25/2010”

Post It Note on envelope: “Al Masarik on NPR Story Corps CD”
Folder 105 – EAR Magazine of New Music

Volume 14, number 8, November 1989

Post It Note: “Article on Robin Holcomb”


Folder 106 – Stories Along the Sprague: Sprague Valley Elders Talk to Young People about Their Lives

Interviews conducted in 2005 by Chiloquin and Bonanza High School Students

Compiled and edited by Doug Frank

2 Post It Notes on the inside of front cover

Post It Note 1: “Stories from a lot of old friends who live where I live – Of note, old partner James Godowa – uncle to my ex old lady, Susie Foster”

Post It Note 2: “He is featured in my story – ‘Ghost Story’ when Susie got killed by a train – (inserted in book)”

Post It Note inserted in the book, indicated the where the essay on James Godowa is

“Ghost Story” is also inserted there


Folder 107 – 3 items

Cd labeled “Harold Norse on KPFK Radio, 1970”

Photograph of Harold Norse

Back: “©Ira Cohen, August 1970”



The End Is the Beginning, Elegy for the Carnivorous Saint

A Memorial Collection for Harold Norse, 1916-2009

Note from Todd Swindell, dated Feb 18, 2010

Post It Note on inside cover

“Nettelbeck poem for Norse”


Folder 108 – 2 items

Letter from Gerald Nicosia, dated November 27, 2009

Article from SFGate.com

“Kerouac’s unintended legacy? A legal limbo” by Julian Guthrie, dated August 15, 2008


Folder 109 – envelope from Greg Hall, dated April 9, 2003

Post It Note: “Four unpublished Greg Hall mss. A dear old Friend who died June 23rd, 2009”


Folder 110 – 10 items

Inkblot

Number 1, Spring 1983

Post It Note: “Complete run of Theo Green’s Inkblot. Issue #8 was a chapbook by Michael S. Bell: Symbolist Encomium (not included here). Bug Death appearance in each issue.”



Inkblot Number 2, Fall 1983

Cartographie

13427 poemes metaphysiques, poeme n° 54



Inkblot

Ink-flash issue, May 1984

Inkblot issue 4 *dripping ink*

Copyright, 1985



Inkblot 5 arts & alchemy

Copyright, 1985



Who Says It’s Sinful

Inkblot issue 6

Copyright, 1986



Pink Ink

Inkblot

“Give Up the Ghost”

Published late 1986

Copyright, 1987

China White

Inkblot 9

Copyright, 1988



Inkstain

Inkblot volume 10

Copyright, 1989



Inkblot 11

July through October, 2007

Post It Note: “I sold Theo Green this Burroughs ink drawing gifted to me back in the day by WSB and James G.”
Folder 111 – Envelope from Jim Hayes dated January 5, 2010

Contains:



Jucifer Rising by Jim Hayes

Signed


Copy79 of 120

A folder labeled “Dash Show”

Note from Jim Hayes on the folder

2 tickets to the United Eternal Network Dash Show



2 invitations to Dash Show

“This is one of thirty”

Envelope with Dash Show stamp

Copy 6 of 30

2 collages

Both are copy 6 of 30

A third collage

Copy 10 of 20



The Dash Snow Thing by Jim Hayes

Sean Flynn Poem Number 1



“Dash Snow Poem #1”

“Dash Snow Poem #2”

“Dash Snow Poem #3”

Star Truckin’s collage

Copy 5 of 30

Highlighting dash’s cum collage

Copy 6 of 30

Tuckin’ collage

Copy 10 of 30

Football collage

Copy 5 of 30

Collage


Copy 5 of 30
Folder 112 – Holy Doors: An Anthology of Poetry, Prose and Criticism

©1972

William J. Robson, Editor and Publisher

Post It Note: “Great old mimeo publication with Nettelbeck contribution and letter”
Box 14 – Correspondence and Publications

Folder 113 – Postal Service envelope with the notation “Theo Green”

Contains 12 pieces of mail from Theo Green

Envelope dated November 30, 2007

Contains:

1 article about Charles Bukowski, dated November 25, 2007

1 rating system for alcohol

Envelope dated August 30, 2008

Contains:

1 page of news headlines

Flyer for the London Musicians Collective on July 30 & 31, and August 1

Envelope dated December 12, 2008

Contains:

Note dated December 12, 2008

Deviation postcard

Envelope dated November 4, 2008

Contains postcard of girl mooning camera

Envelope dated 31 July 2008

Contains:

Art

Flyer for Theo Green 11 Drawings 1980-2007 published January 2008



Envelope dated September 4, 2007

Contains 2 flyers for Tropical Delusion: Fragments from a Fractured Memoir by Theo Green, from Inkblot Publications 2007

Envelope dated January 22, 2009

Contains:

Art

“Freddie Hubbard, Jazz Trumpeter, is dead at 70” by Peter Keepnews, for the New York Times



Envelope dated November 5, 2009

Contains postcard with a doctor scene

Manila enveloped dated December 29, 2009

Contains art turned into a card

Undated letter about Bug Death

Undated manila envelope

Contains:

Photograph

Art turned into a card

Undated envelope with note from MJK

Contains photograph book


Folder 114 – Postal Service envelope with the notation “Al Masarik, Dave Church, Paul Lambert, A.D. Winans, Gustave Morin, Greg Evason, Paul Harrison”

Manila envelope dated December 23, 1992

From Al Masarik

Contains manuscripts

Envelope dated August 26, 2008

From Dave Church

Contains poems and a note

Envelope dated March 13, 2008

From Paul Lambert

Contains poem and picture

Notes and drawings on envelope

Envelope from A.D Winans, dated May 10, 2010

Envelope from A.D Winans

Contains:

Letter

7 pages worth of poems



Return envelope

Envelope from Greg Evason

Contains:

2 booklets

Letter

Postcard from Gustave Morin



Dated April 9, 2005

Postcard: Man in a boat

“It’s like trying to find a needle in your arm” by Greg Evason

“Once in awhile can be too many times” by Greg Evason

“Psychiatrists bowling in hallway / of Queen Street Mental Health Centre / trying to know down patients just / walking & trying to mind their own business” by Greg Evason

“Throth” by Greg Evason

Envelope from Greg Evason

Contains:

Picture

Greg’s address



“Save regularly” envelope

Large envelope from Greg Evason

Contains:

Letter


The Cloud Rope by Greg Evason

Envelope dated October 13, 2010

From Paul Harrison

Contains card

Envelope dated March 17, 2010

From Paul Harrison

Contains card

Envelope from Paul Harrison

Contains card

Envelope dated December 24, 2007

From Al Masarik

Contains letter

Envelope dated July 24, 2007

From Al Masarik

Contains letter
Folder 115 – contains 2 envelopes

Envelope from Studio A·B dated November 21, 2009

Contains:

DVD labeled “Ghosts Test”

Letter

Post It Note on envelope: “Bruce Bayard short film”



Envelope from Studio A·B

Contains artist book by B. Allen Bayard

Signed

Art Books 2006 volume 2.1

Post It Note on envelope: “Bruce Bayard art book”


Folder 116 – Postal Envelope with the notation “’Perceptions of the Past’ emails”

Approximately 40 pages worth of emails relating to Perceptions of the Past


Folder 117 – Envelope with the notation “F.A. Nettelbeck on the web / on blogs etc., etc.”

4 pages from Poetry Northwest

“Oregon 150 Poetry Book List”

12 pages from Visualizing Poetrics

“Between Shite and Piss, We are Born”

Dated September 28, 2009

4 pages from A Flaw in the Motor

“Running on Fumes Part 1”

Dated July 10, 2009

4 pages from RealityStudio.org

William S. Burroughs Discussion

Flyer from the F.A. Nettelbeck and Kevin Opstedal poetry reading

2 pages of “Bad Bard”

2 pages from Ukulele Feedback



Poems

6 pages from Los Angelese Poets

Dated September 25, 2009

5 pages from Portland Fiction

“Marching Backwards into the Future: Reading Beyond the Nation” by Matt Briggs

2 pages from Project 51

Dated June 12, 2008

2 pages from The Auld Lang Syne

“The Honey Resin”

Dated January 15, 2009

2 pages from The Last Disciple First

“My Favourite Beer”

Dated March 8, 2009

2 pages from Ranft’s Rants

“Independent Research Project!”

Dated October 14, 2009

3 pages from


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