The Danger of Card-Catologing a Personal Collection

Image: Matt Duffin, The Library
"Everything gets mixed up when you put it in order."
—Raymond Danowski's comment on trying to find something in his mamouth collection of 20th century poetry/literature that he recently donated to Emory University, as quoted in "Raymond Danowski Has Your Chapbook," at the Poetry Foundation.

I would love to peruse those shelves.
July 31, 2009


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