Papers of Terrel Hale, American poet and editor, dating from 1975 to 2003. Included are original notebooks, typescripts, and
drafts of Hale's prose, poetry, and plays; proofs, typescripts, paste-ups, lists of contributors, and correspondence related
to the publication of
Screens and Tasted Parallels.
Terrel D. Hale worked as the librarian for the Economic Policy Institute in Washington, D.C. where he compiled
United States Sanctions and South Africa : A Selected Legal Bibliography. He edited a journal of new poetry titled
Screens and Tasted Parallels and his own poems have appeared in several small press magazines and journals. He also authored a chapbook titled
Light Still Enough to Witness and had his novel,
Saints and Latin Decadence published in 2001.