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Post by VfkaBT » February 7th, 2018, 11:34 am

Poetry Of 'The Double Dealer', 1922 by Various.

117 poems from the January - December 1922 issues of New Orleans-based literary magazine, The Double Dealer, edited by Julius Weis Friend. Some are famous (John Gould Fletcher, Maxwell Bodenheim, Arthur Symons, Muna Lee, Martha Banning Thomas, Oscar Williams, Jean Toomer, et al), many are of them are Southerners of the era and died before 1970. Two later made their names as popular novelists. ( Matt Pierard)
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Post by TriciaG » February 8th, 2018, 1:30 pm

I'll MC.

Are you just planning on doing the poetry out of this magazine? I notice short stories and other prose in there as well.

If it's just the poetry, you'll probably want to use the poetry intro/outro for the sections rather than the full LV disclaimer.

Also, are you comfortable putting authors in the metadata for each section?

Finally - are you DPL yourself, or looking for one? :)
Original journals on the Exploration of the Mississippi: Here
Fiction, partly about jail atrocities: It Is Never too Late
Watergate Report, volume 2: Here
E E Cummings' time in French prison: The Enormous Room

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Post by VfkaBT » February 9th, 2018, 8:51 am

TriciaG wrote:
February 8th, 2018, 1:30 pm
I'll MC.

Are you just planning on doing the poetry out of this magazine? I notice short stories and other prose in there as well.

If it's just the poetry, you'll probably want to use the poetry intro/outro for the sections rather than the full LV disclaimer.

Also, are you comfortable putting authors in the metadata for each section?

Finally - are you DPL yourself, or looking for one? :)
Thanks,
1. Just the poetry now; that's a lot of good writing to explore. I'm thinking this could be done by genre -- short stories, non-fiction, criticism, and this poetry comp.
2. I agree on the short-form intro/outro. FIXED.
3. I gathered the data from each issue, and also hunted up birth/death info on the net. I used to do this for a living so not a biggie.
4. I'll need a DPL, preferably a poetry fan.
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Post by VfkaBT » February 9th, 2018, 8:57 am

I've added the January 1922 issue poets to the MW; do you want the birth/death dates up there or should I just post a list on the front page?

Also, I've got dibs on Symons' Trees in Paris, as well as the Hart Crane translation of LaForgue and Fletcher's 'San Antonio' (sorry, Nemo ;) )
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Post by TriciaG » February 9th, 2018, 2:09 pm

VfkaBT wrote:
February 9th, 2018, 8:57 am
I've added the January 1922 issue poets to the MW; do you want the birth/death dates up there or should I just post a list on the front page?
Depends. Do you want the birth/death info to go into the ID3 title tags? If so, put 'em in the title. If not, put 'em in the notes field, I guess. That's as good a place as any - the readers can see in one glance if the poet is PD for them.
Original journals on the Exploration of the Mississippi: Here
Fiction, partly about jail atrocities: It Is Never too Late
Watergate Report, volume 2: Here
E E Cummings' time in French prison: The Enormous Room

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Post by VfkaBT » February 10th, 2018, 8:30 am

MW updated with following data:

Glenn Ward Dresbach.(1889–1968)
Arthur Symons. 1865 – 1945
Mary Brent Whiteside.(1876-1962)
Edward Sapir.1884 – 1939
Maxwell Bodenheim.1892 – 1954
Paul Eldridge.1888 – 1982
John McClure. 1893 – 1956 (co-editor_DD)
Oscar Williams [Kaplan] 1900 – 1964
Dominic D'armes-pseudonym of Basil Thompson, (1892-1924)
James Feibleman 1904, New Orleans, Died: 1987
[Samuel] Louis Gilmore, Jr. (1891-1972)
William Griffith 1878-1936
Jesse Hugo Feldman alive 1955
Marx C Sabel 1893-1943
Edna Adelaide Straus: possibly kid's author Edna Adelaide Brown, 1875-1944
Cale Young Rice.1872 – 1943
Katherine Lee Bates1859 – 1929
Elizabeth J. Coatsworth.1893 – 1986
Martha Banning Thomas. active up to the 1950's
Emmy Veronica Sanders.listed
Edmund Wilson, Jr. 1895 – 1972
Jules Laforgue 1860–1887*, translated by Hart Crane d.1936
Allen Tate 1899-1979
William Alexander Percy 1885- 1942
Walter Mcclellan -playwright
Harold Vinal 1891-1965
Joseph Campbell Irish poet 1879 – June 1944
Chang Chiu-Ling, Trans By Witter Bynner 1881 – 1968 & Kian Kang-Hu 1883 – 1954
[Charles] Vincent Starrett 1886- 1974
Hortense Flexner 1885 – 1973
Hazel Collister Hutchison 1893-1977
William Faulkner 1897-1962
Ernest M. Hemingway 1899-1961
Aldington, Richard 1892 – 1962
Richard Kirk, ?-?
Muna Lee, 1895 – 1965
Mary Austin, d.1934
Victor Oscar Freeburg, d.1953
Harry Alan Potamkin, 1900-1933
John Gould Fletcher, 1886 – 1950
George O'Neil, 1896 – 1940
Jean Toomer, 1894 – 1967 (male, Harlem Ren. poet)
H.[elen] Underwood Hoyt, d.1930
Margaret Widdemer, 1884 – 1978
Edgar Boutwell, ?-? alive 1930's (writer, Louisville Courier; killed man in self-defense, New Orleans, 1928)
Maurice Lesemann, 1899 – 1981
Arthur Davison Ficke, 1883 – 1945
Donald Davidson,1893 – 1968
Leslie Nelson Jennings, d.1972
Hazel Hall, 1886-1924
[Mrs. Samuel] Adaline Katz, alive as of March 1963
John Crowe Ransom, 1888 – 1974
Marjorie Allen Seiffert, d.1970
Ben Ray Redman, d.1961
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Post by TriciaG » February 10th, 2018, 9:22 am

Thanks! So this is ready to go to Readers Wanted?
Original journals on the Exploration of the Mississippi: Here
Fiction, partly about jail atrocities: It Is Never too Late
Watergate Report, volume 2: Here
E E Cummings' time in French prison: The Enormous Room

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Post by VfkaBT » February 10th, 2018, 10:36 am

Yes, thanks. Just need a DPL.
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Post by TriciaG » February 10th, 2018, 10:52 am

Moved. :)

Once we have some sections ready to PL, we could advertise for a DPL. I don't think it makes sense to post an ad until there's something to listen to. :)
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Watergate Report, volume 2: Here
E E Cummings' time in French prison: The Enormous Room

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Post by NemoR » February 10th, 2018, 1:29 pm

Hey Matt!

Way cool project!

I'd like to claim a couple handfuls here if I may:

1, 4, 7, 11, 12, 15, 18, 23, 34, 37, 39, 43, 44, 50, 52, 64, 68, 71, 81, 82, 92, 101, 109, 114

Thnx!
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Is not born again into this world.’

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Post by HZFerr » February 10th, 2018, 1:58 pm

Hi Matt,
May I be your DPL? :D
Helen


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Post by TriciaG » February 10th, 2018, 3:38 pm

I'm going to assume Matt says "yes" and have put you in, Helen. :)
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Watergate Report, volume 2: Here
E E Cummings' time in French prison: The Enormous Room

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Post by VfkaBT » February 10th, 2018, 3:42 pm

Welcome aboard, Helen and Nemo! MW updated.
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Post by NemoR » February 10th, 2018, 4:58 pm

TriciaG wrote:
February 10th, 2018, 3:38 pm
I'm going to assume Matt says "yes" and have put you in, Helen. :)
Yeah! .... glad to see you here Helen!
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Post by HZFerr » February 12th, 2018, 3:56 pm

Hi Tricia, Matt, Nemo,
Lets get this show started!

Image Happy Feet
Helen


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close yir een an remember me." Sgt. Joseph Kilna MacKenzie

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