The Works of Allen Ginsberg, 1941-1994: A Descriptive Bibliography

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C
Contributions to Periodicals by
Allen Ginsberg
All items are signed " Allen Ginsberg" unless otherwise indicated.
1941
C1 "Native Son" Makes Good! Spectator, vol. 16, no. 2 (Easter [ April] 1941) p. 3. [prose]Note: This is the Central High School newspaper from Paterson, NJ.C2 "On Homework in General". Spectator, vol. 16, no. 2 (Easter [ April] 1941) p. 13. [prose]C3 "Central High Notes". Paterson Evening News ( June 23, 1941) p. 24. [prose]
1943
C4 "Class Poem". Senior Mirror ( June 1943) p. [63].Note: AG was also listed as literary editor of this, the senior yearbook of Eastside High School from Paterson, NJ.C5 "Pass the Biscuits Pappy O'Daniel [and] Rep Gordon Canfield (Mine Own Dear Congressman)". Columbia Jester, vol. 43, no. 1 ( Oct 1943) p. 10.Note: AG was listed in various editorial positions in issues of this college humor magazine (hence some of the humorous position titles) between vol. 43, no. 1 ( Oct 1943) and vol. 43, no. 14 ( 1945) as below:
Editorial Staff -- Alfonso Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 1 ( Oct 1943)]
Bereft Bard -- Alabama Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 2 ( Nov 1943)]
Editorial Staff -- Alfalfa Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 3 ( Dec 1943)]
Nubian -- Angelo Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 4 ( Dec 1943)]
Micturitions Editor -- Awynn Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 5 ( Feb 1944)]
Micturitions Editor -- Awynn Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 6 ( May 1944)]
Heeler -- Angus Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 7 ( July 1944)]
Editorial Board -- Allan Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 8 ( July 1944)]
Associate Editor -- Allen Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 9 ( Oct 1944)]
Editorial Panel -- Allen Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 10 ( Nov 1944)]
Editorial Panel -- Allen Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 11 (Christmas 1944)] [this issue incorrectly labeled as vol. VLIII, no. 3]
Co-Editor -- Allen Ginsberg [vol. 43, no. 12 ( Jan 1945)] [this issue incorrectly labeled as vol. VLIII, no. 4]

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