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Clark, Thomas A., 1944-



  • Existence: 1944-11-10-



Found in 183 Collections and/or Records:

South Street Observatory Bulletin. No.1/Jul / Charles Verey ; Thomas A. Clark., 1969

Identifier: CC-54974-65875
Scope and Contents

This book depicts progressively larger red circles with brief captions.The accompanying stapled pages are catalogues of the press. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1969

South Street Submarinescape: Glug. No.1 / Thomas A. Clark., 1968

Identifier: CC-02391-2431
Scope and Contents

This print is stored in envelope with 5 wall poems. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1968

South Street Wall-Poem: Mantra. No.3 / Thomas A. Clark., 1968

Identifier: CC-02390-2430
Scope and Contents

Stored in envelope with 5 wall poems. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1968

the eschenau summer press & temporary travelling press publi: Poem. No.28 / Thomas A. Clark., 1992

Identifier: CC-27712-28810
Scope and Contents

The poem that is printed on yellow papercard reads, "never failing water, ever lasting flowers." -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1992

The Garden / Clark, Thomas A.; Marvell, Andrew., 1984

Identifier: CC-20665-21067
Scope and Contents

Clarks' poem, based on Marvell's lyrical poetry, was in turn used by Astrid Furnival as the text for her knitted, woolen work which is held by the Sackner Archive. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1984

The New Order / Worthington, Greville; Cutts S; Finlay IH; Fulton H; Clark TA; Weiner L; Holzer J; Nannucci M., 1995

Identifier: CC-00638-653
Scope and Contents

Essay about home in Yorkshire of archivist and Finlay dealer, Greville Worthington. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1995

The Order of Things: Scottish sound, pattern and concrete poetry / Cockburn, Ken, editor ; Finlay, Alec, editor ; Clark TA ; Morgan E ; DeVries H ; Riddell A ; Khlebnikov V ; Jandl E ; Gomringer E ; Leonard T ; Gorman R ; Rose D ; Henderson K ; Morgan P ; Murray J ; Rabelais ; DeVries H ; Finlay A ; Finlay IH ; Drummond W ; Stephen I ; Dunning C ; Braga E ; Houedard DS ; Bellingham D ; Reid A ; Woods A ; MacDiarmid H ; Fowler A ; Vicuna C., 2001

Identifier: CC-37455-39308
Scope and Contents This anthology includes the works of a number of Scottish concrete poets who have not appeared in international anthologies in this field. The book also includes a section of commentaries on concrete poetry by Finlay, Gomringer, Riddell, Morgan, and Leonard. The final section of the book annotates selected poems. A compact disc in an insert in the rear dust jacket has interviews, poetry readings and sound poetry by various poets.Peter Manson's review: This exciting and compendious anthology collects an unprecedented variety of poems written by Scots from the Renaissance to the present day, though the great bulk of its contents was written in the last 40 years. Its remit is wide but definable: the poems all, in one way or another, place the emphasis on poetry as a pattern made from the various material aspects of language: language as sound, as letters carved or arranged on a page, as words or phrases to be varied or permuted. Historically, it ranges from Renaissance pattern-poems,...
Dates: 2001

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Conventional poetry 56
Concrete poetry 49
Minimalist poetry 26
Picture poetry 26
Visual art 26