Jay Bradford Fowler, Jr. C0046
Published by George Mason University Libraries
Jay Bradford Fowler, Jr. was born in Boston, Massachusetts on July 7, 1951. In 1987, he received a Bachelor of Arts in English at George Mason University where he was editor of The George Mason Review. That same year Fowler won the American Poetry Association's Grand Prize and two other awards in their Winter 1987 National Poetry Competition. A prolific and well-recognized poet, his poems have appeared in national magazines, such as The American Poetry Review, America, Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry (1984 and 1988), Bouillabaisse, The Classical Bulletin, Yankee, and Cosmic Trend of Canada. Books by Fowler include Psalm Book for the White Butterfly (1985), Writing Down the Light (1987), Who Will Remember? (1989), The Onlooker (1990), Living at the Light House (1990), Laying Siege to the Light (1991), Looking Back on Consciousness (1993), The Longing For Paradise (1994), and The Soul (1995).
This collection contains poems and manuscripts by Jay Bradford Fowler, Jr. It includes scrapbooks, photographs, notes, and videotapes.
Organized by subject.
Collection is open to research.
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Special Collections Research Center also holds the E.P. Conkle papers.
Fowler, Jay Bradford, 1951-
American poetry--20th century.
Jay Bradford Fowler, Jr. papers, Collection #C0046, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Collection donated by Jay Bradford Fowler in 1996-1998.
Processed by Special Collections Research Center staff. EAD markup completed by Eron Ackerman and Jordan Patty in April 2009.