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Daniel Thomas Moran Collection

Type of Material: Manuscripts, journals and notebooks, correspondence, and published works.
Personal Name: Daniel Thomas Moran
Collection ID: Collection 392
Creator: Daniel Thomas Moran
Extent: 10 cubic ft.
Span Dates: 1950s-2014

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Title
Daniel Thomas Moran Collection
Collection 392

Description
Manuscripts, journals and notebooks, correspondence, and published works authored by Daniel Thomas Moran.
13 cubic ft.
Organization: Series arrangement by document type.
Donated by Dr. Daniel Thomas Moran in 2006 and 2014.
Processed by Kristen J. Nyitray and Berenice Baez-Revueltas, June 2008. Finding aid updated in 2014.

Biographical Information
Scope and Content Note
Access and Copyright
Series Outline

Inventory

Introduction

Daniel Thomas Moran, former Poet Laureate of Suffolk County, New York, born in New York City on March 9, 1957, is the author of six volumes of poetry, the most recent of which, Looking for the Uncertain Past, was published by Poetry Salzburg at The University of Salzburg in 2006. Other collections include Dancing for Victoria (1991), Gone to Innisfree (1993), Sheltered by Islands (1995), In Praise of August (Canio’s Editions 1999), From HiLo to Willow Pond (Street Press 2002), Looking for the Uncertain Past (Poetry Salzburg 2006), The Light of City and Sea-An Anthology of Suffolk County Poetry-2006 (Street Press-2006 as Editor), The Book of Moran (Asinine Poetry 2007), and One Reflection-Love Poems (Amazon Kindle Edition 2011. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Biological Sciences from Stony Brook University (1979) and a Doctorate in Dental Surgery from Howard University (1983). He has read widely at bookstores, libraries and universities throughout New York City and Long Island and has done readings in Ireland, Italy, Austria, and Great Britain as well as at The Library of Congress and The United Nations.

His work has appeared in such prestigious journals as Confrontation, The Recorder, Nassau Review, Oxford, National Forum, Hawaii Pacific Review, Commonweal, Parnassus, Opium, Istanbul Literature Review, Sulfur River, Mobius, Pedestal, Rattapallax, LUNGFULL, Poetry Salzburg Review, Prairie Poetry, The New York Times, The Journal of The American Medical Association, Literary Matters (Oxford University Press), Medical Humanities Journal, Hektoen International, Humanist Network News, Humanist Living, iManhattan, Nassau Review, The Seventh Quarry, Exit 13 and The Norton Critical Anthology on Darwin. His work has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize on eight occasions. He had a number of his essays published in The New York Times, Newsday, The Easthampton Star and The Shelter Island Reporter. He wrote the obituary of renowned New York poet Samuel Menashe for The Guardian in London in 2011. From 1997 to 2005 he served as Vice President of The Walt Whitman Birthplace Association in West Hills, New York where he instituted The Long Island School of Poetry Reading Series and has been Literary Correspondent to Long Island Public Radio where he hosted Poet’s Corner and The Long Island Radio Magazine. He was Vice President of The Ludwig Vogelstein Foundation.

He was profiled on New York Public Television's Setting the Stage (which was nominated for a New York Emmy Award) and on The Poet and The Poem from The Library of Congress hosted by Grace Cavalieri. He was profiled in the 2009 edition of Poet’s Market. A selection of his poems were read in translation on Romanian Public Radio in 2008 and 2012, and a translation of From HiLo to Willow Pond was done in Romanian by Iulia Gabriela Anchidin at The University of Bucharest, published by Contemporary Literature Press in 2009. He is a participating writer to The Password Project, an international collaboration between visual artists and writers based in Austria. In 2005 he was appointed Poet Laureate by The Legislature of Suffolk County, New York, the birthplace of Walt Whitman, and served until 2007.

His work has also been translated into German, Chinese and Italian and has been published in Canada, Colombia, Austria, Germany, Turkey, Slovenia, Wales, England, Australia, New Zealand, Romania, Italy and China. He has been listed in Who's Who in America (since 2000), The International Who’s Who, The Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers and The International Who’s Who in Poetry. He is a member of PEN American and has been ordained a Celebrant by The American Humanist Association. He edited of The Light of City and Sea, An Anthology of Suffolk County Poetry2006 (Street Press). His collected papers are being archived by Kristen Nyitray at The Department of Special Collections of The Frank Melville Library at Stony Brook University where he also served on The Dean’s Council from 2005 to 2010. In 2006 he was inducted into The Massapequa High Schools Hall of Fame. He is Poetry Editor of Humanist Network News and on the International Editorial Board of The Bhavnagar University Journal of Dentistry. He was judge of the Massachusetts Poetry Out Loud Competition in 2012. He is a member of Irish American Writers, Inc. and The Association of Literary Critics, Scholars and Writers.

He is the father of Lindsay Alison (b. 1984), Ashley Zurl (b.1987) and Gregory Riordan (b.1990). He and his wife Karen split their time between Webster, New Hampshire and Boston, Massachusetts where he is Clinical Assistant Professor of General Dentistry at Boston University's Goldman School of Dental Medicine. In 2011, he delivered the school's commencement address and received the Outstanding Faculty Award from The American Student Dental Association. He also received the Outstanding Faculty Award from the graduating class of 2012. A Spanish bilingual collection entitled, Nieve de Augusto, translated by Mariela Dreyfus of New York University will be published in 2013 by Diaz Grey Editiones in New York City, and his newest collection, A Shed for Wood, will be published by the prestigious Salmon Poetry in Ireland in 2013.

Scope and Content Note

The Daniel Thomas Moran Collection consists of twleve series: 1) correspondence; 2) manuscripts; 3) published poems and articles - journals and magazines; 4) published poems and articles - newspapers; 5) multimedia - audio; 6) multimedia - video; 7) computer files; 8) Walt Whitman Birthplace; 9) files and ephemera; 10) artifacts and oversized items; 11) books - bibliography; and 12) 2014 accession.

Items housed in acidic or metal housings have been removed from these enclosures for preservation reasons and have been placed in acid free folders and containers.

Access and Copyright

The entire collection is open and accessible to researchers without restrictions. 

Rights and Permissions 

Stony Brook University Libraries' consent as the physical owner of the collection does not address copyright issues that may affect publication rights. It is the sole responsibility of the user of Special Collections and University Archives materials to investigate the copyright status of any given work and to seek and obtain permission where needed prior to publication.   

Series Outline

Series 1: Correspondence
Series 2: Manuscripts
Series 3: Published Poems and Articles - Journals and Magazines
Series 4: Published Poems and Articles - Newspapers
Series 5: Multimedia - Audio
Series 6: Multimedia - Video
Series 7: Computer Files
Series 8: Walt Whitman Birthplace
Series 9: Files and Ephemera
Series 10: Artifacts and Oversized Items
Series 11: Books - Bibliography
Series 12: 2014 Accession

INVENTORY

Series 1: Correspondence

Box 1

Alestra, Mike (5/10/05)
American Association of University Women (2006)
American Irish Historical Society (2005-2006)
Appleman, Philip (1994-2003)
Art Times (2000)
Atlanta Review (n.d.)
Barnes and Noble (1999)
Birnham Wood Graphics (2001)
Bowker (1992-1993)
Brentwood Union Free School District (2005)
Bucchi, Luciano (2004)
Buice III, William T. (1995)
Bush, Laura (2003)
Calvo, Isabel (2002)
Camacho, Paula (2007)
Canio's Books (2003)
Cantor, Mitchell (n.d.)
Castan, Fran (2005)
City of New York, Office of the Mayor, Michael Bloomberg (2003)
Coelho, Luiz (undated)
Commonweal (2000)
Confrontation (1995-2004)
Contacts
Coulehan, Jack (1999)
Cranial Tempest (2001)
Cushing, James (1992)
Cushing - Malloy, Inc. (1990-1991)
Dahl, Linda (2003)
Dolan, Luis (1993) (Church of St. Emeric)
Dougherty, Charles (1995) (Our Lady of the Isle Church)
Dowling College (2005)
Duffy, Patricia (1999, 2006)
East Hampton High School (2006)
East Hampton Historical Society (2006)
Evans, John (1998) (Gardiner's Bay Country Club)
Everett, Graham (2003-2006)
Fan: A Baseball Literary Magazine (undated)
Farnan's Well (2005)
Franco, Daisy (2003)
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation (2002)
Gioseffi, Daniela (2001-2007)
Golf Magazine (9/14/90)
Golfiana, George Lewis (5/3/90)
Grand Street (2001)
Hample, Stuart (6/24/90)
Hampton Community Health Care (1999)
Hand, Joan Carole (2005)
Hanging Loose Press (2001)
Harrison, Robert L. (n.d.)
Hawaii Pacific Review (n.d.)
Hawes, Lois Laurel (2005)
Heller, Ann (2005)
High, Graham (2003)
Higuchi, Joan (2003)
Hofstra University (2006-2007)
Home Planet News (undated)
Hope House Ministries (1995)
Horan, Yvonne (2006)
Huhn, William (2005)
Iconoclast (n.d.)
Jones, Peter Thabit (2005-2006) (includes the Seventh Quary, Issue 3, winter 2006)
Journal of the American Medical Association (2001-2005)
Journal of the Arts, A (2001)
Kaufman, Stuart (1996)
Kenyon Review, The (undated)
Kiaer, Karen (2004)
Kramer, Trudy C. (2004)
Library of Congress (1993, 2005)
Long Island Quarterly (1993-1994)
Long Island University (1994-2002)

Box 2

Ma, Yo-Yo E. (1994)
Maelstrom (n.d.)
Main Street Rag (undated)
Massapequa High School (2007)
Matchbook (2002)
Medicinal Purposes (2002)
Memper, Jean (2006)
Menashe, Samuel (2000-2004)
Mepham High School - English Honor Society (2006)
Mepham High School (2006)
Mid-Island Y JCC (2002)
Migdal, Lester C. (2003)
Miller Ave Elementary School (2005)
Mitchell, Martin (2002)
Mojo Risin' (n.d.)
Molloy College (2006)
Murray, Peg (2005)
Narvaez, Richie (2005)
Nassau Community College (1995-2005)
Nation, The (n.d.)
National Endowment for the Arts (2004)
Nature Conservancy, The (8/24/07)
New Press, The (1993)
New York Foundation for the Arts (2003-2007)
New York State: Bernadette Castro (2003)
Newsday (2005)
Nezowitz, Eric (2006)
Nomad's Choir (2004-2006)
Oberon Magazine (9/30/07)
Oxford Magazine (undated)
Pace University (undated)
Pannus Index, The (undated)
Parish Art Museum , The (undated)
Parnassus Literary Journal (2001)
Peconic Gallery (1991)
PEN (2006)
Perlman Music Program, The (undated)
Personal (family and friends) (2 folders)
Phi Kappa Phi (2000-2002)
Pizzarelli, Francis (2003)
Poetry Ireland (2001)
Poetry Northwest (n.d.)
Poetry Salzburg Review (2003-2004)
Poets House (2006)
Porter, Anne E. (2006)
Potpourri (2003)
Prairie Poetry (2005)
Rattaplax (2002)
Ricks, Christopher (2006)
Riggio Foundation (2003)
Roberts, Liam (2002-2004)
Roberts, Michael - PEN (2006)

Box 3

Sag Harbor Lions Club (2003)
Sarabhai, Anand (3/27/01)
Schonberg, Harold C. (1999-2000)
Shelter Island Public Library Society (1990, 2002-2005)
Shelter Island Lion Club (1997)
Siegel, Ellen (2005)
Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society (2005)
Small Press Center (n.d)
Smithtown Central School District (1993) / Patricia Friel
Soto, Gary (2002)
Southbank Centre (9/7/07)
Southern Ocean Review (2005)
Stony Brook University (2005)
Sullivan, Kathleen (n.d.)
Sulphur River Literary Review (1995-2001)
Time Warner (1997-2002)
Torrence-Thompson, Juanita (2007)
University of Michigan Library (2006)
Van de Bovenkamp, Hans (2003)
Vias (undated)
Vielbig, Gail (2007)
Wallace, George (1991)
Walter, William (2005)
Washington Square (undated)
Way Station Magazine (undated)
Westhampton Poetry Group (1992)
White, Claire Nicolas (2007)
Who's Who (2002-2006)
Wildlife Rescue Center (2000)
Writer's Almanac (2003)
Assorted files

Series 2: Manuscripts

Box 4

Dancing for Victoria (4 folders)
The Fourposter
From Hilo to Willow Road (4 folders)
Gardiner's Bay Country Club
Gone to Innisfree (3 folders)

Box 5

In Praise of August (5 folders)
The Light of City and Sea: An Anthology of Suffolk County Poetry, 2006 (1-5 of 13 folders)

Box 6

The Light of City and Sea: An Anthology of Suffolk County Poetry, 2006 (6-13 of 13 folders)

Box 7

Renaissance Man
Sheltered by Islands (2 folders)
Victoria's Inspiration (7 folders)

Box 8

Poems: March 1985 – June 1985 
Poems: June 1985 – August 1985
Poems: September 1985 – December 1985
Poems: March 1989 – December 1990
Poems: Early 1990s (2 folders)
Poems: 1991
Poems: 1992
Poems: 1993 – 1994

Box 9

Poems: 1996 – 1997 (2 folders)
Poems: December 1997 – February 1998
Poems: Shaw Island Gallery, Shelter Island (1998)
Poems: February 2001 – December 2005 (2 folders)
Poems: Elementary School
Poems: Undated (1-2 of 7 folders)

Box 10

Poems: Undated (3-7 of 7 folders)
Essays: Early 1990s

Series 3: Published Poems and Articles – Journals and Magazines

Box 11

Amber: Winter 1996, page 18, “Do Spaceman Pass…”
Amber: Winter 1997, page 5, “Eulogy”
American Atheist: Summer 1997, p.51, “Atheist”
Asinine: 11, 2006, p.19, “White on Rice”
Beau Hunks Banner: v.10 no. 3 (3/5/97), p.7, “To Stan Laurel”
Book/Mark: Fall 2006, p.11, Review of “Looking for the Uncertain Past”
Brook, The: v.4 no.1, Fall 2002, “Class Notes 1970s”
Brook, The: v.7 no.2, Spring 2007, p.22, “New and Noteworthy”
Confrontation: Summer-Fall 1995, p.325, “With Ignatow at Whitman's Birthplace”; “Melancholy”
Confrontation: Fall 1998-Winter 1999, p.296, “On Dignity”; “North Fork Reflections”
Confrontation: Spring-Summer 2001, p.302, “Hunting for the Moon of Mars”

Box 12

Confrontation: Spring-Summer 2005, p.270, “To End a Geranium”; “To an Unfortunate Fluke”
Dix Hills Center for the Performing Arts: Spring 2006, p.8, Special Events
Emerson of Harvard: p.65, “The Swan and the Pond”
Family, The: February 13 – March 22, 1991, p.19, “Home Fires”
Fan: 1998, p.44, “How Love is Like Baseball”
Freefall: v. 2, 2002, p.10, “This Journey”
Hawaii Pacific Review: v.15, p.53 “The Gardener and The Garden”
Humanist Living: Winter 2005, p.7, “We Mortals”
Iconoclast, The: no. 66, p.6, (untitled)
Improper Magazine, The: v.5 issue 1, May 2005, p. 13, “The Memorial at the Roadside”
In Autumn: 1994, p.111, “ Massapequa ”
Inky Blue Magazine: Spring-Summer 1994, p.40, “A Trip to the Zoo”
Intra Tent Journal: no.116, Summer 2005, p.8, “To Stan Laurel”
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA): 12/7/05, p.2072, “Letter to a Dying Man”
Libre: v.1, issue 1, p.11, Review of “The Light of City and Sea”
Long Island Pulse: November 2005, p.39, “In Case of Disaster”
Long Island Quarterly: Spring 1992, p.17, “A Lion Until Ten”
Long Island Quarterly: Spring 1993, p.24, “Lying with Marianne on St. Marks Place ”

Box 13

Long Island Quarterly: Autumn 1994, p.22, “The Nature of Worship”
Long Island Quarterly: Summer 1995, p.10, “Pride”
Longfull!: no.5, p.104, “Wanting for Louie the Clip”
LSR: A Journal of Poetry: n.16, Spring-Summer 2005, p.37, “Orphans”
Medicinal Purposes: v.11 no.6, Midyear 2002, p.27, “Trains and Valentines”
Mobius: The Poetry Magazine: 2007, p. 9, 65, 66. “Eighty by One Hundred”; “Leaving the Brooklyn Historical Society”; and To Harpo”
Mojo Risin': issue 21, p.20, “To Mary Sleeping Late”
Mojo Risin': issue 22, p.13, “Flight”
Mojo Risin': issue 25, p.43, “Perhaps it Was No Mars”
Nassau Review: v. 6, no. 4, 1993, p.140, “Kerosene”; v.6, no. 5, 1994, p.82, “Never Cross a Woman”
Nassau Review: v. 7 no. 1, 1995, p.67, “Another Conspiracy Theory”; v. 7 no. 2, 1996, p.119, “Poem Quilting”
Nassau Review: v. 7, no. 3, 1997, p.72, “Kerouac's Last Interview”; v. 7, no.4, 1998, p.62, “Beside the Rain at Homer's”
Nassau Review: v. 8, no. 1, 2000, p.132, “Being Home”; v. 8, no. 3, 2002, p.94, “Love and Legerdemain”
Nassau Review: v. 8, no. 5, 2004, p.75, “Al Qaeda Training Films Inc.”, v.9, no.1, 2005, p.99 “The Queen of Carolina”
National Forum: Summer 2001, p.39, untitled
New Hope International Review: V. 19, no.2, p.10, Review of “Sheltered by Islands ”
New Press, The: Summer 1994, p.22, “Finding Jesus”
Nomad's Choir: v. 5, issue 3, summer 1997, p. [7], “The Saint's Foot”

Box 14

Nomad's Choir: v. 7, issue 1, Winter 1999, p.8, “A Side of Life”
Nomad's Choir: v. 10, issue 4, Fall 2002, p.11, “Flight”
Nomad's Choir: v. 13, issue 1, Winter 2005, p.2, “ Austerlitz at October's Ending”
Northport Arts Magazine: no.28, 8/4/05, p.1, “Leaving it to Beaver”
Oxford Magazine: v.16, 2002, p.85, “The Song of Adam”
Pannus Index, The: v. 1 no.3, “A Man Born of Houses”
Parnassus: Spring 2002, p.46, “The Swimmer”
Phi Kappa Phi Forum: Winter 2003, p.44, “This Journey”
Pink Cadillac: v. 6, no.2, Fall 2002, p.23, “The Cage”
Poetry Salzburg Review: no. 5, Autumn 2003, p.119, “In Die Ferne Radeln Wir”; “Some Instructions”; and “A Note to a Soldier”
Poetry Salzburg Review: no. 6, Summer 2004, p.128, “A Hard Labor”; “A Poem Written Crossing…”; “Beside Mozart's Grave”; and “Hilde of Vienna”
Poetry Salzburg Review: no. 11, Spring 2007, p.12, “When Nothing Happens” and “Some Kind of Sonnet for a Mayfly”
Potpourri: v. 10, no.4, p.19, “Heard from the Trees on an August Night”
Proteus: 1995-1996, p.62, “An Ascension”
Rattaplax: 10, 2003, p.74, “Recalling Pipestone Minnesota , She Said…”
Rattaplax: 13, 2006, p.100, “Staying Put”
Rebel Road: 7/22/06, p.7, “In Mashomack”; “To the bug that perished on my drink”
Recorder, The: v. 19, no.1, Summer 1996, p.123, “Someday We Will All Have a Blimp”
Rocket Press: no. 8, 6/1/97, p.8, “The Nature of Forgiveness”

Box 15

Sag Harbor Reader: 2005, p.8, Interview, “The Swan in the Pond”
Southern Ocean Review: Southern Summer #8, January 2006, p.45, “The Kingdom”
Starting from Paumanok: v. 10, no. 2, Fall 1996, p.2, event announcement
Starting from Paumanok: v. 12, no. 2, Spring 1998, cover, “With Ignatow at Whitman's Birthplace” (9/27/96)
Starting from Paumanok: v. 12, no. 1, Winter 1998, p.2, Autobiography
Sulphur River Literary Review: v. 8, no. 2, Autumnal Equinox, 1997, “Down Beat”
Sulphur River Literary Review: v. 20, no. 1, Vernal Equinox, 2004, p.27, “From the Porch in Summer”
Swansea Poetry Magazine: issue 4, Summer 2006, pp.36-38, “In Modern Times”; “Memento Mori”; and “Saturday or Sunday Morning Early”
Swansea Poetry MagazineL issue 5, Winter 2007, pp.30-32, “At the Louvre”; “We Mortals”; and One More”
Three Mile Harbor : v. 11, no. 1, p.27, “Too Little Eternity”
Time Out NY : November 18-24, 2004, p.95, Article: “Daniel Moran and Samuel Menashe”
Twisted Nipples: no. 6, August 1995, p.18, “The Week My People Magazine Did Not Arrive”
Visions: no. 64, p.5, “Mary It's Snowing”
Whelks Walk Review: v. 2, no.1, p.4, Article: “In Praise of August Mosca”
Wild Life Lines: v.3, issue 3, Fall 1999, p.6, “These Hummingbirds”; v. 3, issue 4, winter 1999, p.7, “A Song to November”
Wild Life Lines: v. 4, issue 1, Spring 2000, p.5, “Willow Pond on a Morning Before Spring”
Wild Life Lines: v. 4, issue 2, Summer 2000, p.5, “What the Bird Says of Love”; v. 4, no. 3, Autumn 2000, p.5, “An Encounter”
Wild Life Lines: v. 4, issue 4, Winter 2000, p.5, “Concerning Ants”; v. 5, issue 1, Spring 2001, p.5, “The Cage”
Wild Life Lines: v.5, issue 2, Summer 2001, p.4, “A Poem to June”; v. 5, issue 3, Fall 2001, p.7, “A Side of Life”
Wild Life Lines: v.5, issue 4, Winter 2001, p.7, “To Begin Winter”; v. 6, issue 2, Summer 2002, p.8, “Shelterlands Path”
Yearbook - “The Shelter Island High School Yearbook” (2001): “In Loving Memory of Christopher Tehan”

Series 4: Published Poems and Articles – Newspapers

Box 16

Newspaper

Edition

Page

Work

Section

Article

Poem Title

Art Times 

8/1/01

19

Poem

Poets Niche

 

Translating Now

Art Times

4/1/03

17

Poem

Poets Niche

 

The Song of Adam

Daily News

4/10/05

NS3

Article

 

Suffolk Poet Laureate Polishes His Dual Role

 

Easthampton Star, The

1/4/96

III-4

Poems

South Fork Poetry

 

Eulogy; Morning on West Neck Bay 


Easthampton Star, The

11/5/98

III-4

Article

 

A Word on the Literary Scene

 


Easthampton Star, The

3/11/1999

III-6

Poem

South Fork Poetry

 

A Note Tacked to Whitman's Door


Easthampton Star, The

11/28/02

II-5

Poem

South Fork Poetry

ESS-A-BAGEL

 


Easthampton Star, The

9/18/03

B1

Article

Guestwords

How I Caused the '65 Blackout

 


Easthampton Star, The

12/11/03

B1

Article

Guestwords

Remembering the 
Blue Days

 


Easthampton Star, The

6/10/04

B1

Article

Guestwords

The Will to Teach

 


Easthampton Star, The

1/13/05

B1

Article

Guestwords

The Real Off-season

 


Easthampton Star, The

8/18/05

B1

Article

Guestwords

The Afternoon Paper

 


Easthampton Star, The

8/3/06

1

Article

cover

A Lost Connection

 


Easthampton Star, The

4/12/07

C6

Article

 

Rhyme and Meter Bloom in April

 


Easthampton Star, The

4/26/07

B1

Article

Guestwords


Oh, That Kitty Carlisle Hart

 


Easthampton Star, The

8/30/07

B1

Article

Guestwords

Ode to Labor Day

 

Farmingdale Observer

3/24/06

2

Article

 


Farmingdale Poetry Group Hosts Annual Celebration

 

Lion's Voice, The

1/12/05

8

Article

 


Suffolk County Poet Laureate Reads at Dowling College

 

Massapequa Post

7/13/05

3

Article

 


Former Pequan named Suffolk County Poet Laureate

 

Medford Community

2/14/91

23

Article

 


Family is Theme of Art and Poetry Exhibit at Suffolk Community College

 

New York Times

4/30/00

20

Article

This Week


Meetings/Talk Southampton

 

New York Times

6/19/05

9

Article

Long Island


You Have to Get Their Attention First

 

New York Times

7/31/05

9

Article

Long Island


A Long Island School of Poetry: Does Such a Thing Exist?

 

New York Times

8/14/05

13

Article

Long Island


Letters to the Editor: Beard or No Beard. A Poet is a Poet

 

New York Times

11/6/05

9

Article

Long Island


Footlights: Poetry Inspiration

 

New York Times

11/20/05

18

Article

Long Island


So Many Books, So Many Ways to Snuggle Up with One

 

New York Times

4/9/06

14

Article

Footlights


Featuring the Arts

 

New York Times

8/5/07

17

Article

Long Island


Opinion: Editorials, Blank Verse

 

New York Times

10/14/07

23

Article


Wedding Celebrations

 

 

Newsday

4/5/05

A15

Article and poem

 


Suffolk Poet Laureate's Work has Bite

Staying Put

Newsday

8/23/05

A31

Article and poem

 


From Gawking at Girls to Scratching at Sand

The Swimming Lesson

Newsday

4/2/06

G3

Article

On the Isle


In Suffolk County a Poetic Bounty

 

Newsday

11/5/06

G3

Article

On the Isle


Poetry Corner: An Evening of Poetry

 

Newsday

9/5/07

A27

Article

Long Island


Suffolk Won't Ax Its Poet Laureate Post

 

Northport Arts

11/10/05

 

Article


Upcoming Events

 

 

Box 17

Newspaper

Edition

Page

Work

Section

Article

Poem Title

Observer, The

5/12/05

1

Article


Arts Magazine

To Everyone's Mother

 


Sag Harbor Express, The

3/2/06

3

Article

 

Visit From the Poet Laureate 

 


Shelter Island Reporter

5/13/93

13

Article

Island Arts

Sherlock's Last Case

 


Shelter Island Reporter

5/20/93

10

Article

Island Arts

 

 


Shelter Island Reporter

5/27/93

13

Article

 

Sherlock's Last Case

 


Shelter Island Reporter

7/18/96

9

Article

 

 

In Memory of Christopher Tehan


Shelter Island Reporter

5/1/97

16

Article

Osprey's Nest

An Experience of a Lifetime

 


Shelter Island Reporter

2/25/99

5

Article

 


Daniel Moran's Fourth Book: In Paradise of August

 


Shelter Island Reporter

10/28/99

24

Articles

 

The Island Players…

 


Shelter Island Reporter

6/29/00

B4

Article

 

Daniel Moran. Shelter Island 's Own Poet-in-Residence

 


Shelter Island Reporter

8/31/00

B2

Article

 

Country Fair Feeds and Entertains

 


Shelter Island Reporter

6/20/02

B6

Article

 

Daniel Thomas Moran and Karen Kay McCaffrey Wed

 

Shelter Island Reporter

8/29/02

B16

B19

Article

 

In Praise of Gus on His 95th Birthday

In Praise of August


Shelter Island Reporter

11/21/02

25

Article

 

Toots Recalls the Way We Were

 


Shelter Island Reporter

1/16/03

11

Poem

 

 

A Poem for Gus

Shelter Island Reporter

7/24/03

23

Article


Prose and Comments

East in Eden

 


Shelter Island Reporter

11/13/03

26

Article

 

A Story from Vienna

 


Shelter Island Reporter

2/12/04

19

Article

Prose and Comments

Beatlemania Just in Time

 


Shelter Island Reporter

7/29/04

B6

Article

Island Arts

Shelter Island Artist at the Parrish

 


Shelter Island Reporter

3/10/05

19

Poem

Prose and Comments

 

On the Passing of an Old Soldier


Shelter Island Reporter

3/17/05

27

Photograph

 

Photograph with Bob Markell

 


Shelter Island Reporter

4/7/05

4

Article

 


Islander is Named Suffolk County 's Poet Laureate

 

Shelter Island Reporter

1/26/06

3

Article

 


Public TV Stations in Tizzy to Capture this Poet's Day

 

Shelter Island Reporter

4/6/06

B12

Article

Island Arts


Moran in Print and on TV

 


Shelter Island Reporter

8/17/06

B16

Article

 


Celebrating Local Poets

 


Shelter Island Reporter

12/7/06

31

Article

Island Arts

Poet Goes International

 


Shelter Island Reporter

2/22/07

9

Article

 

After 20 Years

 


Shelter Island Reporter

3/29/07

28

Article

 

Island Calendar Events

 


Shelter Island Reporter

8/23/07

B13

Article

Osprey's Nest

Congratulations to…

 


Southampton Press, The

10/10/02

B6

Article

 

A Poet Who Maps the Human Heart in Verse

 


Southampton Press, The

4/14/05

B7

Article

 

County Names its Poet Laureate

 


Suffolk Times, The

2/15/96

3A

Article

 

The Bridgework of Suffolk County

 


Suffolk Times, The

6/13/96

A

Article

Com-munity

A Day for Gus Mosca

 


World Journal


2007


D4


Article

 


Poetry Jazz Marathon

 

Series 5: Multimedia – Audio

Box 18

6/19/1991: The Sounds of Poetry with Sonia Usatch and George Wallace, WBAV (90.3) Adelphi University , Garden City, New York
6/5/1994: Virginia Walker, Poets Corner Live; 7/03/1994: Dan Murray, My Life as a Human
8/7/1994: Beverly Wiggins Wells, WPBX Southampton
10/1/1994: In Autumn Reading, Poet's Corner; 11/01/1994: Philip Appleman
12/1/1994: David Ignatow and 1/1/1995: Suzanne Gardiner
2/1/1995: Graham Everett and 3/1/1995: Martin Tucker
3/12/1995: Kristin Kapp, World Music, Irish Night, WPBX (part I)
3/12/1995: Kristin Kapp, World Music, Irish Night, WPBX (part II); 5/5/1995: Meet the writers; 5/14/1995, Mother's Day; 5/21/1995 and 5/28/1995: David Ignatow Interview
6/1/1995: Hilda Morley; 7/1/1995: Grace Schulman
7/30/1995: Robert Long; 9/1/1998: Diana Chang
10/1/1995: Poet's Corner Celebrating John Keats, William Buice (Keats/Shelly); 11/1/1995: Jim Tyack, Limousine to Nowhere
12/1/1995, Poet's Corner, Sheltered by Islands with Dan Moran; 01/01/1996: Mary Oliver
2/1/1996: Poet's Corner, William Carlos Williams; 3/17/1996: Gerard Donovan Interview
4/21/1996 – 4/28/1996: Diana Chang, Jill Bart; Poetry Workshop
5/19/1996 – 5/26/1996: The Beat Generation, Parts 1 & 2 - Jack Kerouac and The Beat Generation, Poets Corner, 88.3 FM WPBX
7/7/1996: Joanne Sherman, Interview, Long Island Radio 88.3 WPBX; 915/1996 - 9/22/1996: Southampton , NY , Fran Castan
8/4/1996: Barbara Stone, Long Island Radio 88.3 WPBX, " Hampton Shorts"; 8/18/1996: Philip Appleman; 9/8/1996: Joanne Sherman
10/13/1996: Irene Keller, Dan's Papers 88.3 FM WPBX; 11/10/1996: Frank S, Live Broadcast, Station 10 LIRM 96
11/17/1996: Jackson Pollack Special; 12/15/1996: Galen Williams
1/19/1997: Canio Pavone of Canio's Books, Sag Harbor ; 2/2/1997: Leroy Shield Special
02/23/1997: Dorothy Parker - Not Much Fun - The Lost Poems of Dorothy Parker, LIRM; 3/16/1997: Peter A. Quinn
4/13/1997: Dan Moran, National Poetry Month Reading , LIRM, 88.3 FM WPBX
5/4/1997: John Steinbeck Meeting with the Writers Book Fair, Elizabeth Burns Interview, LIRM, WPBX, Southampton : 6/1/1997: Roger Rosenblatt, Coming Apart - The Harvard Wars of 1969
6/15/1997: Hugh Prestwood, LIRM
7/6/1997: Martin Tucker
8/1/1997: Kurt Vonnegut; 8/10/1997: Long Island Radio Magazine
8/10/1997: Kurt Vonnegut, Long Island Radio Magazine, 88.3FM WPBX Southampton NY
1/30/1998: August Mosca, Long Island Radio 88.3 WPBX Southampton , NY : 3/20/1998, George Plimpton
4/17/1998 - 4/23/1998: Long Island Radio Magazine, Samuel Menashe Parts 1&2, 88.3FM WPBX Southampton For National Poetry Month
6/18/1998: Spalding Gray, Dan Moran, Host, Long Island Radio Magazine WPBX Southampton
9/23/1998: Waterstones Tall End Only, Hosted by Tony Sweeney and "The Scribblers"
9/24/1998: Ballima Old Bond Store Into By Jean Beattie
11/7/1998: Samuel Menashe, Canio's Books
2/8/1999: Irwin Gunshak, Producer WNYE FM (airdate 6/22/1999)
6/7/1999: Jean Kennedy Smith, A Touch of the Poet
7/2/1999: Sybil Burton Christopher; 7/9/1999: Peter Matthiessen

Box 19

3/8/2000: Dan Murray, Memorial Reading, Southampton College
1/1/2001: Samuel Menashe, Canio's Books
5/21/2004: Shelter Islander's, Their Lives and Times, Shelter Island Public Library, Dan Moran, Moderator
4/6/2005: Bonnie Grice, WLIU, Morning Show
No date: Dan Giancola, Poet's Corner
No date: LIRM, Moran/Menashe
No date: Penny Kerr, Conscious Contact
No date: Dan Murray
No date: Bob Markell
No date: Allen Planz, Poet's Corner Live

Series 6: Multimedia – Video

11/22/1987: Poetry Reading with Dan Murray; 4/30/1988: Poetry Reading (vhs)
6/23/1990: Joanne Sherman, Dan Moran Host, Ideas & Images; 12/21/96: Summer Solstice, Clayton Libertone (vhs)
6/6/1992: Ram's Head Inn; 4/26/1996: Poetry Reading, Shelter Island Library (vhs)
1/1/1994: GE Smith and the Highway Men (vhs)
8/7/1994: My Life as a Human (vhs)
3/1/1996: Virginia Walker, Cups of Culture; 9/27/1996: Carol Silva, News 12; 10/12/2000: News 12 (vhs) 
1/1/1997: Steinbeck Project, News 12 (vhs)
4/19/1997: Poem by Dan Moran, Sons of the Desert Banquet (vhs)
4/19/1997: Bill Murray, Honoree, Sons of the Desert Banquet (vhs)

Box 20

1/23/2004: Ladies of World War II, Shelter Island Library, Life & Times Presentation
2/11/2005: Gary Gates, Shelter Island Library, Life & Times Presentation
3/11/2005: Bob Markell, Shelter Island Library, Life & Times Presentation
3/11/2005: Robert Lipsyte, Shelter Island Library, Life & Times Presentation (vhs)
4/23/2005: Daniel Moran, Steve Gaines Host, The Morning Show, Plum TV(vhs)
8/28/2005: Plum Morning Show (vhs) 
5/28/1993: Sherlock's Last Case (8mm)
4/01/1998: Samuel Menashe (dat)
6/13/1998: Dan Moran Spalding Gray, LIRM (dat)
6/14/1998: David Ignatow Memorial, Walt Whitman Birthplace (dat)
2/11/2005: Gary Paul Gates, Shelter Island Library, Life & Times Presentation (8mm)
3/11/2005: Bob Markell (8mm)
4/08/2005: Robert Lipsyte (8mm)
No date: Dan Moran, Laurie Williams, Virginia Walker, Ideas & Images (vhs)
No date: Siv Cedering, Lee Davis, Dan Moran; Virginia Walker, Host, Cups of Culture (vhs)

Series 7: Computer Files

2005-2007: Files related to Suffolk County Poet Laureate (2)
2006: The Light of City and Sea
April 4, 2007: "The Poet and the Poem." Filmed at the Library of Congress. 
No date: Daniel Thomas Moran, Public Television Appearances
No date: Miscellaneous files (5)

Series 8: Walt Whitman Birthplace

Box 21

Broadsides: Poet in Residence
Heritage Lecture Series (1994 – David Ignatow)
Correspondence
Newsday article, 4/5/1992
Newsday article, 3/25/1992
Newsday article, 3/26/1992
Newsletter: Starting from Paumanok (Fall 1996, Winter 1998, Fall 2004)
A Paumanok Poetry Festival (1999-2002)
Paumanok Poets News (2005)
Presentations
Speech about Walt Whitman
Walt Whitman Birthplace Association Board Meetings
West Hills Review (1995)
Whitman Association at Hampton Square Gallery

Series 9: Files and Ephemera

Box 22

The American Irish Historical Society (2005-2006)
Awards and certificates
Awards: Massapequa High School Hall of Fame (2007)
Newspaper clippings (1990-2007)
Newspaper clippings (n.d)
Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers (1995-1996)
Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers (1997-1998)
Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers (1999-2000)
Library of Congress Reading (April 2007)
Long Island Radio Magazine – Scripts
Photographs
Presentations
Publicity material (1 of 2 folders)

Box 23

Publicity material (2 of 2 folders)
Radio program – WPBX Southampton College
Scrapbooks and journals (5 folders)
Suffolk County Poet Laureate
Miscellaneous

Series 10: Artifacts and Oversized Items

Box 24

Bookjacket: Sheltered by Island
Gloves from Southampton College “Meet the Writers” Book Fair
Photographs
Publicity flyers
Scrapbook: Poems 1991-1993
Scrapbook: Poems 1998-2001
Scrapbook: Untitled

Map case 

Framed photographs and poems (3 items)

Typewriter

 Series 11: Books - Bibliography

Moran, Daniel Thomas. The Book of Moran: Poems. New York, NY: Asinine Poetry, 2007.

Moran, Daniel Thomas. The Light of City and Sea: An Anthology of Suffolk County Poetry, 2006. Sound Beach, NY: Street Press, 2006. (Special Collections PS549 .N7 L54 2006)

Moran, Daniel Thomas. Looking for the Uncertain Past. Salzburg: Poetry Salzburg at the University of Salzburg, 2006. (Special Collections PS3563 .O7612 L73 2006)

Moran, Daniel Thomas. Poems in the Garden: Rebel Road 7. New York: Soho Letterpress, 2006.

Moran, Daniel Thomas. From HiLo to Willow Pond: New and Selected Poems. Sound Beach, NY: Street Press, 2002. (Special Collections PS3563 .O7612 F66 2002)  

Moran, Daniel Thomas. Sheltered by Islands: New and Selected Poems, 1985-1995. United States: D.T. Moran, 1995. (Special Collections PS3563 .O7612 S54 1995) 

Moran, Daniel Thomas. In Praise of August: Poems. Sag Harbor, NY: Canio's Editions, 1999. (Special Collections PS3563 .O7612 I5 1999)

Moran, Daniel Thomas, Allen Planz, Harold C. Schonberg, and Robert G. Benko. Gone to Innisfree: Poems. [S.l: s.n.], 1993.

Moran, Daniel Thomas. Dancing for Victoria. United States: D.T. Moran, 1991. (Special Collections PS3563 .O7612 D35 1991)

Series 12: 2014 Accession

Box 25

Newspapers and serials

Box 26

Notebooks (3)
Correspondence
Ephemera
Photographs

Art Storage

Oversized page proofs and dust jacket rendering (3 items)


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