Listen to the introduction and first song of the Transatlantic Welsh Concert performed by Paul Robeson in 1957 after his passport was revoked and he was unable to travel to the UK. The clip on YouTube includes the introduction to the concert by Will Paynter, president of the South Wales Miners, as well as Paul Robeson’s… Continue reading Paul Robeson’s Transatlantic Welsh Concert Audio
Visiting Wales’s YouTube site includes a brief profile of Paul Robeson highlighting his performances and political work in Wales, a connection begun with the POOL Group circle that produced Borderline.
H.D.’s letters and even published writing are riddled with nicknames and acronyms (e.g. Fido, Beaver, Bear, Pup, Dactyl, Buddy, Cole, and so many more). Louis Silverstein published a key to those nicknames in the H.D. Newsletter in 1987, and that list remains an invaluable reference today.
Check out this blog post about the material details of a first edition of H.D.’s Palimpsest by a student researcher at the Watkinson Library at Trinity College.
For a multimedia bibliography of H.D.’s publications, including both dates of composition and publication, see this interactive timeline. This project was compiled by Celena E. Kusch and Kristian Wilson in 2014-2015, with entries based on information in the Silverstein Chronology.
This map shows all of H.D.’s correspondents based on the finding aids in the Beinecke, Bryn Mawr, and several other special collections libraries
Many members of the H.D. International Society have interesting and important notes about H.D.’s writing, manuscripts, or life. Please share them here.