Authors, American -- South Carolina -- Correspondence.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Summary The Griswold Papers include original typescript for The Tides of Malvern, published in 1930,and early drafts and edited carbon typescript drafts of A Sea Island Lady, published in 1939. Two final manuscripts of a short story, “Jerry,” and rejection notes from the American Mercury, Inc., and Two Worlds Publishing Company, Inc. as well as a handwritten draft of Labor for the Wind, 1927 and subsequent edited typescript drafts with the title changed to When the Wind Blows are also...
Scope and Contents This collection is comprised of materials acquired with the personal library of James Dickey by the USC libraries after his death in 1997. It includes manuscripts sent to Dickey, articles written about him, family and professional photographs, airplane tickets used by Dickey and his wife, mail sent to Dickey and replies from Dickey, various ephemera from events Dickey attended, some financial information, various sheet music, copies of the James Dickey Newsletter from 1985 to 1992, and realia...
Scope and Contents Letters and author's papers documenting the writing, editing, publication, and marketing of the "Mandie" juvenile fiction mystery series. These books feature stories about Amanda "Mandie" Elizabeth Shaw, a girl living in western North Carolina, ca. 1900, although several titles are set in Charleston, S.C., and elsewhere. Leppard cited the childhood experiences of her mother, Bessie A. Wilson Leppard who was an orphan, as the inspiration for many of the stories in this series. ...
Scope and Contents The Ron Rash archive spans the entirety of Ron Rash’s writing career, beginning with manuscript material from his 1994 collection of short stories, The Night the New Jesus Fell to Earth to his most recent work, the novel The Risen. Also included in the collection are early writings, including Rash’s first published short story, “Turtle Meat” from 1978; juvenilia including Rash’s personal journals, running journals, trout fishing journals and school work; correspondence between Rash and other...