Title:Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn correspondence with Stephen Vincent: and other material, circa 1974-1990
Jessica Hagedorn correspondence with Stephen Vincent
Creator/Contributor:Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata, 1949-, creator
Creator/Contributor:Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata, 1949-, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Vincent, Stephen, 1941-, correspondent.
Creator/Contributor:Powell, Richard J., 1953-, artist.
Contains mostly correspondence between Hagedorn and Vincent (Momo's Press founder). Topics covered include her appearances
and publishing activities with Momo's Press. Also includes two issues of Shocks magazine (No. 3-4, and 5), programs, brochures,
announcements, and book reviews pertaining to her work. Also Includes a photocopy typescript with a few manuscript annotations
for her book "Dangerous Music," and a cover mock-up for another book, "Pet Food & Tropical Apparitions."
Contains four prints for the series "Petfood Suite," signed and dated (1981) by the artist Rick Powell, and one typescript
poem "The Leopard," signed by Hagedorn (1983).
Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata -- 1949- -- Archives
Hagedorn, Jessica Tarahata -- 1949- -- Correspondence
Vincent, Stephen -- 1941- -- Correspondence
Filipino American women authors
Filipino American artists
Filipino Americans -- Fiction
American poetry -- Filipino American authors
American fiction -- Filipino American authors
American literature -- Filipino American authors
Small presses -- California -- San Francisco
Authors and publishers
African American artists
Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn correspondence with Stephen Vincent : and other material, circa 1974-1990, BANC MSS 2011/245, The
Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gift; Nina W. Matheson; 20111018.
Related collection: Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn papers, 1974-2006 (BANC MSS 2007/160).
Related collection: Momo's Press records, 1972-1986 (BANC MSS 97/41 c).
Jessica Tarahata Hagedorn is a Filipino-American playwright, writer, poet, storyteller, musician, and multimedia performance
Stephen Vincent founded the literary organization Momo's Press in June 1972. The press produced Shocks magazine, a critical
periodical with a focus on poetry and poets of the San Francisco Bay Area and small press books featuring the work of new
Richard J. Powell, John Spencer Bassett Professor at Duke University, received his Ph.D. from Yale University. His research
and teaching interests lie in American art, African American art, and theories of race and representation in the African diaspora.
Manuscripts for publication.
Prints (visual works).
1 box, 1 oversize folder (0.45 linear feet)
BANC MSS 2011/245 oversize folder 1
BANC MSS 2011/245 box 1
BANC MSS 2011/245
BANC MSS 2011/245