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Claire Bateman Collection: 2007 Accessions

Folder 1: Surdna Arts Teachers’ Fellowship
Folder 2: Statement of Plans (no date)
Folder 3: Narrative Account of Career
Folder 4: Transcript from Kenyon College
Folder 5: Huck Finn Paper: March 3, 1977
Folder 6: The Fool in Tragedy: King Lear, Moby Dick and The Sound in the Fury
Folder 7: Contract with Univ. Press of New England for Bicycle Slow Race
Folder 8: NEA Grant: 1991
Folder 9: Fragment of Letter from Frank Gaspar
Folder 10: MFA Correspondence: 12/1991 to 6/1992
Folder 11: MFA Correspondence: 6/1992 to 12/1992
Folder 12: MFA Correspondence: 1/1993 to 7/1993
Folder 13: MFA Work Analysis of Poems #1
Folder 14: MFA Work Analysis of Poems #2
Folder 15: MFA Work Analysis of Poems #3
Folder 16: Correspondence/Recommendations from mid 1990’s
Folder 17: Teaching Materials from Clemson: 1993-1994
Folder 18: Miscellaneous Notes
Folder 19: Bibliography of Readings for Residencies: 1993-1994
Folder 20: Reviews of Friction and Bicycle Slow Race
Folder 21: Book Reviews of The Given and the Made and The Breaking of Style by Helen Vendler
Folder 22: Artwork: 2006

  • “Ectoplasm.” New York: Paris Review 143 (Summer 1997): 233-235.
  • “Underwater in the Orthopedic Waiting Room,” “Blessing Song.” Western Michigan University: Third Coast (Fall 1997): 29-32. TWO COPIES
  • “Yes,” “Bed.” University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee: Cream City Review 18.2 (Fall 1994): 140, 142.
  • “’On the True Use of Musick,” “Waiting for Red.” Louisiana State University: Southern Review 28.1 (Winter 1992): 30-31.
  • “The Frog Princess.” Clemson University: South Carolina Review 23.1 ( Fall 1990): 35.
  • “Adam’s Child.” Oklahoma State University: Cimarron Review 78 ( Jan 1987): 46. TWO COPIES
  • “Recent Poetry in the Carolinas” Clemson University: South Carolina Review 25:1 (Fall 1992): 149-157.
  • “Pilfering the Moon,” “Bestowal.” St. Paul: Sing Heavenly Muse! 14 (1986): 36.
  • “Review of Fly with the Puffin by Dorothy Perry Thompson.” Emrys Journal 13 (Spring 1996): 105-107. TWO COPIES
  • “On Ronald Moran’s Sudden Fictions and Getting the Body to Dance Again.” The Republic of Letters: South Carolina Review 27.1 and 2 (Fall 1994/Spring 1995): 385-388.
  • “A Universe Kept in Balance: Four Poets.” The Republic of Letters: South Carolina Review 32.2 (Spring 2000): 195-201. TWO COPIES
  • “Morning Tactics,” “In the Icicle Garden.” Huntsville: Poem 58 (Nov 1987): 24-25.
  • “New Year’s Eve: The Physicist to Her Lover.” Bismarck: Plains Poetry Journal 21: (1987): 40.
  • “Insomniac,” “Leeuwenhoek: Delft, 1740,” “Life on Earth,” and “Movers.” 45/96. The Ninety-Six Sampler of South Carolina Poetry. Eds. Gilbert Allen and Bill Rogers. Greenville: Ninety-Six Press, 1994. 33-38.
  • “From The Book of Tunnels,” “I Admit I Am Powerless over the Compulsion to Read, & My Life Has Become Unmanageable.” San Diego University: Poetry International (Fall 1998): 60-61.
  • “I Admit I Am Powerless over the Compulsion to Read, & My Life Has Become Unmanageable.” San Diego University: Poetry International (Fall 1998): 60.
  • “Review of Feeding the Eagles and Crossing the Moon,” “Review of Cavedweller.” Upcountry Review 1 (Fall 1999): 115-121. TWO COPIES
  • “To a Sky,” “Bridge Escort.” University of Illinois: Ninth Letter 2.2 (Fall/Winter 2005): 18-19.
  • “Sidekick.” Litrag 19.3 (Summer 2005): 19.
  • Passages North 16.2 (Winter 1995).
  • Black Warrior Review 21.1 (1994).
  • Voices International 19.3 (1984).
  • The South Carolina Review 28.1 (1995).
  • Southern Poetry Review 33.2 (1993).
  • Bedard, Ben Lyle. “KRT: An Introduction.”
  • “Information from a Cross-Cultural Exchange,” “Worship.” College of Arts and Letters of the University of Southern Florida: Gryphon 12.1 (Fall/Winter 1986): 66.
  • “Dreams of the Waking Life.” Louisiana State University Press: Southern Review 32.2 (April 1996): 212.
  • “The Night Season.” Studia Mystica X.3 (1987) 62-67. (Fiction)
  • “Living with Cowper.” Evanston: Anglican Theological Review 74:1 (1992): 70-73.
  • “Illuminations.” Madison: Wisconsin Academy Review 33.4 (1987): 4-6.
  • “Jellyfish,” “Telephone Land,” “I Spy.” Clemson University: South Carolina Review 29.1 (1996): 176-178.
  • “Distinction,” “Dresses,” “How We Fall,” “Reprieve,” “The Bicycle Slow Race.” A Millennial Sampler of South Carolina Poetry. Eds. Gilbert Allen and William E. Rogers. Greenville: Ninety-Six Press, 2005. 39-46.
  • “Passage.” Northern Michigan University: Passages North 26.1 (2005): 93.
  • “Listening.” Richmond: New Virginia Review 9:2 (1992): 73.
  • “Body Work,” “Pure.” University of Nebraska: Nebraska Review 22:1 (1994): 69-71. TWO COPIES
  • “Initiate,” “The Free Zone.” Western Michigan University: Third Coast (Fall 2004): 7-8.
  • “The Fall.” Fairleigh Dickinson University: Literary Review 44.1 (Fall 2000): 88-91.
  • “Becoming.” Southeastern Louisiana University: Louisiana Literature 7.1 (1990): 4-5.
  • “Friction,” “Sky.” Middlebury College: New England Review 16:1 (1994): 65-67.
  • “Death’s Midwife Has the Smallest Hands!” Pushcart Prize 2001 (XXV). Ed. Bill Henderson. Wainscott, NY: Pushcart Press, 2001. 375
  • “Convert.” St. Paul: Sing Heavenly Muse! 17 (1990): 4-5.
  • “Stitching the Bride.” New York: Paris Review 132 (1994): 122.
  • “Spark.” Clemson University: South Carolina Review 36.1 (2003): 189.
  • “Atlysse’s Headstand.” Greenville: Emrys Journal. Women, Women, Women: Artists, Objects, Icons (1998): 52-53.
  • “Economics.” College of Wooster (Ohio): Wooster Review 7 ( Spring 1987): 26.
  • “Pocahontas’ Crossing.” Washington and Lee University: Shenandoah 50.1 (Spring 2000): 28.
  • “5:30 A.M.” Nashville: Cumberland Poetry Review VL.2 (1987): 30.
  • “The Fall.” Knoxville: New Millennium Writings 3.2 (1998): 45-47.
  • “The Bicycle Slow Race.” The Art of Bicycling: A Treasury of Poems. Ed. Justin Daniel Belmont. Halcottsville, New York, 2005. 284. TWO COPIES
  • “Downshift,” “Nuances,” “Vampire Tale.” South Dakota: Plains Poetry Journal 17 (1986): 38-39.
  • “Properties of Salt,” “5:30 A.M.,” and “If Worst Came to Worst.” The Kenyon Poets. Ed. Galbraith M. Crump. Gambier, Ohio: Kenyon Review, 1989. 235-237.
  • “Using Computer Conferencing to Extend the Bounds of the Writing Curriculum: Or, How I Quit the Symphony and Joined a Jazz Band.” Eds Tharon Howard and Chris Bensen: Electronic Networks: Crossing Boundaries/Creating Communities 1999: 160-180.
  • “Properties of Salt.” Richmond: New Virginia Review 6 (1988): 72.
  • “The Daugher-in-Law’s Tale,” “Clumsy,” “Crowns.” Clemson University: South Carolina Review 33:1 (2000): 25-31.
  • “Gloves.” Northern Michigan University: Passages North 13:2 (1992): 24.
  • “The Ceiling Without the Sun.” Cumberland Poetry Review 23.2 (Spring 2004): 70