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Contents List

Box 1:

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.Artist Trading Cards:2006

Folder 23.Awards

 

Box 2 – Book contributions, reviews

  • Bateman, Claire. Locals: A Collection of Prose Poems. Copenhagen: Serving House Books, 2012.
  • Book contribution, Chapter 9: Using Computer Conferencing to Extend the Bounds of the Writing Curriculum Or, How I Quit the Symphony and Joined a Jazz Band in Electronic Networks: Crossing Boundaries/Creating Communities, 1999
  • Writer’s Online, p. 168, “Other Voices Other Rooms” in The Nearness of You: Students & Teachers Writing On-Line, 1996
  • Contributing editor for The Pushcart Prize 2002 XXVI: Best of the Small Presses, 2002
  • Review of “Route 123” (p. 385) by Ronald Moran in The South Carolina Review, 1994/1995
  • Review of “Fly with the Puffin” (p. 105) by Dorothy Perry Thompson in The Emrys Journal, Vol. 13, 1996 Spring
  • Review of “Cavedweller” by Dorothy Allison in Upcountry Review, Vol. 1, 1999 Fall

 

Poems authored by Bateman

Box 3 – 1980s

 

Year

Title

Poem and Page Number

1986

Gryphon

“Information From a Cross-Cultural Exchange” (p. 66); “Worship” (p. 66)

1986

Sing Heavenly Muse!

“Pilfering the Moon” (p. 36); “Bestowal: Recollection of a Summer Night” (p. 36)

1986

Voices International, vol. 21 no. 3 Fall

“To the Arabic women in the department store” (p. 25 under Terri Bateman)

1986

Plains Poetry Journal

“Downshift” (p. 38); “Vampire Tale” (p. 38); “Naunces” (p. 39)

1987

Wisconsin Academy Review

“Illuminations” (p. 4-6)

1987

Studia Mystica

“The Night Season” (p. 62-67)

1987 January

Cimarron Review #78

“Adam’s Child” (p. 46)

1987

Poem

“Morning Tactics” (p. 24); “In the Icicle Garden” (p. 25)

1987 April

Plains Poetry Journal, no. 21

“New Year’s Eve: The Physicist to Her Lover” (p. 40)

1987

Cumberland Poetry Review

“5:30 AM” (p. 30)

1987

The Wooster Review

“Economics” (p. 26)

1988

The New Virginia Review, Vol. 6

“Properties of Salt” (p. 72); “Retroactive Causation” (p. 72); “Map” (p. 73)

1988

Wisconsin Poets’ Calendar: 1988

“Midnight: Walking Myself Awake,” inside cover

1989

The Kenyon Poets

“Properties of Salt” (p. 235); “5:30 AM” (p. 235); “If Worst Came to Worst” (p. 57)

 

Box 4 – 1990s

Year

Title

Poem and Page Number

1990

The South Carolina Review

“The Frog Princess” (p. 35)

1990

Sing Heavenly Muse!

“Convert” (p. 5)

1990

Louisiana Literature

“Becoming” (p. 4)

1990 Oct

Chester H. Jones Foundation. National Poetry Competition Winners, 1990. Chardon, OH: Chester J. Jones Foundation, 1990.

“Greek Myths” (p. 7)

1991 Spring

The South Carolina Review, Vol. 23, No. 2

“Explicit” (p. 14)

1992 Fall

The South Carolina Review, Vol. 24 no.1

“Recent Poetry in the Carolinas” (p.149-157)

1992 Spring

The South Carolina Review, Vol. 24 no. 2

“It Happened Again” (p. 138)

1992

The Southern Review

“On the True Use of Musick” (p. 30)

1992

Anglican Theological Review

“Living with Cowper” (p. 70)

1992

New Virginia Review

“Listening” (p. 73)

1992 Winter

Passages North, Vol. 13 no. 2

“Gloves” (p. 24)

1993 Summer

The Georgia Review, Vol. 48 no. 2

“Pluck” (p. 250)

1993

The Wesleyan Tradition Four Decades of American Poetry

“Distances” (p. 253)

1993 Fall

Southern Poetry Review. Vol. 33, no. 2

“The Bicycle Slow Race” (p. 75)

1994

The Cream City

“Bed” (p. 140); “Yes” (p. 142)

1994

The Ninety-Six Sampler of South Carolina Poetry

“Life on Earth” (p. 33); “Insomniac” (p. 34); “Movers” (p. 35); “Leeuwenhoek: Delft, 1740” (p. 37)

1994

The Paris Review

“Stitching the Bride” (p. 122); “Hair” (p. 123)

1994

New England Review

“Friction” (p. 65)

1994 Fall/Winter

The Nebraska Review, Vol. 22, no. 1

“Body Work” (p. 69); “Pure” (p. 70)

1994

The Eleventh Muse

“Is a Stranger Using Your Credit Card?” (p. 10); “Life on Earth” (p. 11); “Insomniac” (p. 12)

1996 Spring

The South Carolina Review, Vol 32, no. 2

“I Spy” (p. 176); “Jellyfish” (p. 177); “Telephone Land” (p. 178)

1996 Spring

Louisiana Literature: Prize for Poetry 1987-1996, vol. 13, no. 1

“Becoming” (p. 51); “Blue” (p. 53)

1996

The Southern Review

“Dreams of the Waking Life” (p. 212)

1997 Fall

Third Coast

“Underwater Orthopedic Waiting Room” (p. 29); “Blessing Song” (p. 31)

1997 Summer

The Paris Review, no. 143

“Ectoplasm” (p. 233)

2013 Summer

Image: Art, Faith, Mystery. Center for Religious Humanism, No. 77,

“The Perfectly Transparent Splinter”(p.54)

1998

The Emrys Journal: Women, Women, Women

“Atlysse’s Headstand” (p. 52)

1998

Poetry International, Issue 11

“I Admit I Am Powerless over the Compulsion to Read, and My Life Has Become Unmanageable” (p. 60); From “The Book of Tunnels” (p. 61)

1998-99 Winter

New Millennium Writing

“The Fall” (p. 45)

1999

Harvard Review

“Death’s Midwife as the Smallest Hands!” (p. 57)

 

Box 5 – 2000-2004

Year

Title

Poem and Page Number

2000

The South Carolina Review

“A Universe Kept in Balance: Four Poets” (p. 195)

2000

The Literary Review, Vol. 44 no. 1

“The Fall” (p. 88)

2000

The Eleventh Muse

“The Babysitter’s Tale” (no page #s)

2000

Buck & Wing: Southern Poetry at 2000

“Pocahontas’ Crossing” (p. 28)

2000

The South Carolina Review: Vol. 33

“The Daughter-in-Law’s Tale” (p. 25); “Clumsy” (p. 27); “Crowns” (p. 30)

2001

The 2001 Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses

“Death’s Midwife Has the Smallest Hands!” (p. 375)

2003 Fall

The South Carolina Review, Vol. 36 no. 1

“Spark” (p. 189)

2004

Shade 2004: An Anthology

“Coronology” (p. 227)

2004

TriQuarterly: international journal of arts, letters, and opinion, Issue 119

“Gold” (p. 143); “The Top 21 Holiday, Party, and Everyday Stains, and How to Remove Them” (p. 146); “Sisters” (p. 147)

2004 Fall

Third Coast

“Initiate” (p. 7); “The Free Zone” (p. 8)

 

Box 6 – 2005-2006

Year

Title

Poem and Page Number

2005

The Art of Bicycling: A Treasury of Poems

“The Bicycle Slow Race” (p. 284)

2005

A Millennial Sampler of South Carolina Poetry

“Reprieve” (p. 39); “Distinction” (p. 41); “Dresses” (p. 42); “How We Fall” (p. 45)

2005

Ninth Letter, Vol. 2, no. 2

“To a Sky” (p. 18); “Bridge Escort” (p. 19)

2005 Summer

Litrag, Issue 19

“Sidekick” (p. 19)

2005 Winter/Spring

Passages North, Vol. 13 no. 2 

“Passage” (p. 93)

2005

Smartish Pace

 “The Index of Dead Brides” (p. 22); “Unrequited” (p. 23)

2006

Under the Rock Umbrella: Contemporary American Poets from 1951 to 1977

“Milk” (p. 32); “Postmaster Letter #1” (p. 32); “Postmaster Letter #4” (p. 33); “Postmaster Letter #9” (p. 34)

2006

Poetry Calendar 2006

“The Top 21 Holiday, Party, and Everyday Stains”

2006

SHADE 2006: an anthology of poetry and fiction

“Someone’s been taking my books!” p. 25

 

Box 7: 2007-2010

Year

Title

Poem and Page Number

2007

The Southern Poetry Anthology: Volume I: South Carolina

“Distinction” (p. 30); “How We Fall” (p. 32); “Reprieve” (p. 34)

2007

Poetry Calendar 2007

“Clasps” (p. 203)

2008

Mississippi Review: A Journal of Contemporary Literature

“Displaced” (p. 72); “Ocean Fever” (p. 73); “Beyond Google Earth” (p.  75); “Selections from Otherwise” (p. 77)

2008

Grist: The Journal for Writers, Issue 1

“Story of Your Life” (p. 188); “I Frequently Have to Call My Cell Phone in Order to Find It” (p. 194)

2008 Winter

The Laurel Review, Vol. 42 no. 1

“Rupture” (p. 35); “Self-Diagnosis” (p. 37)

2008 Spring

NOR: New Ohio Review, Issue 3

“Chefs” (p. 5)

Summer/Fall 2008

Gulf Coast: a Journal of Literature and Fine Arts: Vol. 20, No. 2.

“One Thing” (p. 36)

2008 Fall

NOR: New Ohio Review, Issue 4

“Unearthing the Sky” (p. 101); “Intellectual Property” (p. 103); “April 1: Dropping & Carrying” (p. 105)

2009

Sisters: An Anthology

“Reprieve” (p. 59)

2009 February

Harper’s Magazine

“Otherwhere” (p. 27)

2010

Poetry from Paradise Valley

 “Another Poem on Blue” (p. 21)

2010 Spring

NOR: New Ohio Review

“My Sky Diary” p. 7; “Tree Talk” p. 10; “A Pocket Introduction to Our Universe” p. 12

2010

Alabama Literary Review

“Ten Small Stitches” (p. 51); “The ‘Introduction’” (p. 53); “Pommes de Terre” (p. 55); “To the Night” (p. 56)

2010

Camera Obscura

 “Selections from Otherwhere” (p. 19)

 

Box 8: 2011-2018

Year

Title

Poem and Page Number

2011 Spring

American Literary Review, Vol. 22 no. 1

“Seize” (p. 65); “Gather” (p. 68); “Homeless” (p. 70)

2012

Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses

“My Sky Diary” (p. 298)

2012

Alabama Literary Review

 “The Shadow Quilt” (p. 19)

2012 Fall

New Ohio Review, vol. 12

“The Sinking of the Library,” p. 112

2012 July

Town Magazine

 “After the Ice Storm” (p. 66)

2013

Image

“The Perfectly Transparent Splinter” (p. 54)

2013

Hearing Helen

(no title; no page #s)

2013

Phantom Drift: A Journal of New Fabulism: Rewiring the Weird

“The White-Dark, Some Speculations” (p. 115); “Merciless” (p. 117)

2014

Columbia Poetry Review

“Three Skies” (p. 30)

2014

NOR: New Ohio Review

“The Pain Suit” (p. 130); “Tropospheric” (p. 131); “Purchase” (p. 132)

2015

Pleiades: A Journal of New Writing (& Reviews) Vol.35 no. 1

“Predilections” (p. 90)

2015

Adanna

 “Fragments of Saints” (p. 37)

2015

Mipoesias

 “Herself to Thank” (no page #s); “Advection” (no page #s); “__________ Anonymous” (no page #s)

2015

The Laurel Review

 “A Bedtime Story” (p. 162)

2015

Poems and their making: A Conversation

“A few things to know about reading,” p. 45-49

2016

New Millennium Writings, The 25th Anthology

“Meanwhile, we called ourselves human” (p. 28)

2016

Alabama Literary Review, vol. 24, no. 1

“Men as Trees, Walking,” p. 5

2018

Emrys Journal (photocopy of relevant pages)

Interview, “Eighty milliseconds in the past: A conversation with Claire Bateman,” pp. 13-21

2018 Summer

Image Journal

“Wonders of the Invisible World,” pp. 11-17

2018

BACOPA Literary Review

“Glamour Academy,” p. 80

2018

The Laurel Review, Vol. 51 Issue 1

“The Ordinary Course of Things,” p. 80

2018

SFPA Poetry Contest, Short Form Third Place

“Seeking Exemption Status?”

2018

Heavenly Creatures Contest Winner

“Fathom”