From: Thomas Beard (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Jul 18 2006 - 10:14:22 PDT
If any Frameworkers live in or around Austin, I would HIGHLY recommend
checking out his papers at UT's Harry Ransom Center. It's a real treasure
trove for any Tyler enthusiast...personal photos, handbound illustrated
books of individual poems (The Peppermint Pony is a personal favorite),
notes on a never-made television show about experimental film, etc.
On 7/18/06 1:01 PM, "Sam Wells" <email suppressed> wrote:
> I have the Grove Press (I think it's Grove) paperback of this but
> it's packed away right now so I can't see if any reference in it to
> previously published material.
> If you're interested, I'll set it aside & look when I dig books out
> this week.
>> There is a book by the same author, titled "Underground Film, a
>> Critical History," published in 1970. Its Library of Congress call
>> number is: PN 1995.9 .E96 T98. Its Dewey Decimal call number is:
>> 808.29 T983un. That one is available in several University of
>> Michigan libraries. Perhaps it contains some of the same material.
>> But the 1949 publication certainly sounds interesting!
>> Ken B.
>> Quoting Amy Beste <email suppressed>:
>>> I recently came across a reference to a book (pamphlet?) by Parker
>>> Tyler called "The experimental film: A layman's guide to its
>>> understanding and enjoyment." The reference cited J.D. Macarthur
>>> as the publisher, date: 1949. Does anyone know where I might be
>>> able to find a copy?
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.
-- Thomas Beard Program Director Ocularis at Galapagos Art Space 70 North 6th Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 http://www.ocularis.net __________________________________________________________________ For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.