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Letter from Laura (Riding) Jackson to Robert Pawlowski, 1973-06-02
"I shall, indeed, in revising my article with the help of new data and new thought of a general order arising from this, have it in mind as something that you may wish to publish. I had almost decided to convert the article in revising it to the uses of a book treating of my experience in the behavior of others towards my work and myself..."
Letter from Laura Jackson [Laura (Riding) Jackson] to Robert Pawlowski, 1973-09-04
"I have thought, recently, that it might interest you to have from me a something other than the article con cerning myself as a Fugitive (member of the group The Fugitives), and my relation with the Fugitives generally, as an interim piece until I could work the existing article into one covering the subject with more firmness..."
Letter from Burton Feldman to Laura Riding Jackson, 1973-09-10
"Thanks very much indeed for your letter offering us your essay "What, If not a Poem, Poems?""
Letter from Laura Jackson to Burton Feldman, 1973-09-14
"I take it that you are aware of my having renounced poetry - many years ago. My latest published statement on this is, my preface to Selected Poems: In Five Sets..."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Burton Feldman, 1973-09-25
"The few who have read the essay, which is some years old, have liked it - with an exception that may interest you."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Burton Feldman, 1973-10-19
"I thought to offer you the article to replace the one you plan to use for your February issue: there is a certain importance for me in its appearing at the earliest possible journalistic occasion - one reason being (this not the only reason) that what it sets forth is overdue clarification."
"As to interest in my poems: I know of no concentrated labor of preoccupation with them - with them exclusively."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Burton Feldman, 1973-12-03
"I want to get down two statements of a general sort, not related to problems. 1) I am pleased with the placement of this article with you."
"2) I want to record my regret over the poor script I sent to you, and the chore I made for you of having it retyped."
"I think it a loyal and generous notion, that of presenting poems of mine, besides the article. But, please, take into account what I shall now say..."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Burton Feldman, 1973-12-04
"Be not frightened by the quantity of 'affixed notes' - they are the only repeat what is intended to the text with explanation"
Letter from L.J. [Laura Jackson] to Burton Feldman, 1973-12-05
"I add a thought came, suddenly, since I wrote my end of yesterday on the matter of The Telling."
Letter from Laura Jackson to Burton Feldman, 1973-12-07
"I became uneasy in the sudden thought that there is no mention in the headnote part of the poems section of my contribution of Selected Poems: IN Five Sets."