Aram Saroyan (1943- ) was a author, publisher, and editor of
Lines poetry magazine (1964-65). He also contributed poetry and prose to the
New York Times Book Review,
Poetry. The collection consists of correspondence and manuscripts sent to Aram Saroyan while he was the editor of
Lines as well as books written or published by Saroyan, periodicals and anthologies containing his work, and presentation copies
of books given him.
Aram Saroyan was born on September 25, 1943; he attended the University of Chicago, New York University, and Columbia University;
became a writer, publisher, and editor of Lines poetry magazine, 1964-65; contributed poetry and prose to the New York Times Book Review, Nation, and Poetry; published works include Genesis Angels: The Saga of Lew Welch and The Beat Generation (1979), Last Rites: The Death of William Saroyan (1982), Trio: Oona Chaplin, Carol Matthau, Gloria Vanderbilt: Portrait of an Intimate Friendship (1985), and The Romantic (1988).
55 boxes (27.5 linear ft.)
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