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Robert Abrams, "Wandering in a Second-Hand Bookstore." The American PEN 6 (1974): 75.

Dannie Abse, "After the Release of Ezra Pound." Commentary 26.5 (Nov. 1958): 410. Free online. Rpt. in Abse, Poems: Golders Green (London: Hutchinson, 1962), pp. 26-27; The New Modern Poetry: British and American Poetry Since World War II, ed. M.L. Rosenthal (New York: Macmillan, 1967), pp. 2-3; 100 Postwar Poems, British and American, ed. M.L. Rosenthal (New York: Macmillan [1968]), pp. 40-41; Abse, Selected Poems (New York, Oxford University Press, 1970), pp. 48-49; Abse, Collected Poems 1948-1976 (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1977), pp. 64-65; Abse, White Coat, Purple Coat: Collected Poems, 1948-1988 (London: Hutchinson, 1989), pp. 59-60; Passionate Renewal: Jewish Poetry in Britain Since 1945 – An Anthology, ed. Peter Lawson (Nottingham: Five Leaves, 2001), pp. 23-24; Abse, New and Collected Poems (London: Hutchinson, 2003), pp. 61-62; After the First Death: An Anthology of Wales and War in the Twentieth Century, ed. Tony Curtis (Bridgend: Seren Books, 2007), pp. 234-235; and Abse, Ask the Moon: New and Collected Poems 1948-2014 (London: Hutchinson, 2014). In response to an interviewer's question about the poem, Abse stated: "I don't feel unkind toward Ezra Pound's poetry. Some people seem to object to that poem. I once read it in Stratford East, a theatre in London, and was actually attacked afterwards by somebody who thought I was being ... Well, he didn't listen enough to the poem, because I was praising the poetry but not the man. One can do that, although Robert Lowell has told me he likes the poem but that he doesn't think I should have written it." (Mark Boada, "An Interview with Dannie Abse at Princeton University," The Anglo-Welsh Review 25.54 (Spring 1975): 128-146, rpt. as "Interview at Princeton University" in Abse, The Two Roads Taken: A Prose Miscellany (London: Enitharmon, 2003), pp. 229-249 (at 243)).

Franklin P. Adams, "Insincere Yearnings." Buffalo Courier, Buffalo, N.Y. (February 8, 1924): 4. Free online and here and here.

Franklin P. Adams, "On Tradition." New York Tribune, New York, April 13, 1916, p. 9. Free online. Rpt. in Adams, Something Else Again (Garden City, New York, and London: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1920), p. 51. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Robert Adamson, "The Artemis Letters." New Poetry 25 (1976): 21-27. Rpt. in Adamson, Cross the Border (Sydney: New Poetry, 1977), pp. 54-60. Free online.

Robert Adamson, "The Fire Master: On hearing of Pound's death." New Poetry: Magazine of the Poetry Society of Australia 21.1 (Feb. 1973): 12. Rpt. in Adamson, Swamp Riddles (Sydney: Island Press, 1974); Applestealers: is a collection of the new poetry in Australia including notes, statements, histories on La Mama, selected and introd. by Robert Kenny with C. Talbot (Fitzroy: Outback Press, 1974); and Adamson, Selected Poems 1970-1989 (St. Lucia, Queensland, Australia: University of Queensland Press, 1990), pp. 81-82. Free online and here.

Robert Adamson, "The Glorious Lie (i) to (xxiii). Another Interlude of Winter Light (xi)." Cross the Border (Sydney: New Poetry, 1977), pp. 65-126 (xi, pp. 93-100). Free online.

Robert Adamson, "Go Book." New Poetry (1972): 11. Rpt. in Adamson, Selected Poems (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1977), p. 57, and Adamson, Selected Poems, 1970-1989 (St. Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1990), p. 69. Free online.

Etel Adnan, "Conversations with my soul." RES 8 (Nov. 2011): 62-68, 70-74. Free online. Rpt., as revised, in Adnan, Night (New York: Nightboat Books, 2016) and Adnan, Surge (New York: Nightboat Books, 2018). Translated into German by Klaudia Ruschkowski in Adnan, Gespräche mit meiner Seele, hrsg. und aus dem Engl. übers. von Klaudia Ruschkowski (Hamburg: Ed. Nautilus, 2015), pp. 23-34.

Chris D. Aechtner, "An Ode to Ezra Pound - musical accompinament performed by audio-visual hallucinations." Hello Poetry, Apr. 2010. Free online.

Agiorgio, "Walt, As I See Him." Power Poetry, July 31, 2018. Free online.

Demosthenes Agrafiotis, "Ezra Pound. And Beyond." otoliths: a magazine of many e-things 39 (November 1, 2015). Free online.

Carlos A. Aguilera, "B, Ce-." Das Kapital (La Habana: Editorial Abril, 1997). Rpt. in Los parques: jóvenes poetas cubanos: antología, eds. Noel Castillo González and René Coyra (Cienfuegos, Cuba: Ediciones Mecenas, 2001), pp. 101-106; Memorias de la clase muerta: poesía cubana 1988-2001, ed. Carlos A. Aguilera (México, D.F.: Editorial Aldus, 2002), pp. 152-160; and El decir y el vértigo: panorama de la poesía hispanoamericana reciente (1965-1979), eds. Rocío Cerón, Julián Herbert, and León Plascencia Ñol (México, D.F.: Filodecaballos, Editores, 2005), pp. 196-201. Free online. Translated into English as "B, Ce-" by Gabriel Gudding in Mandorla: Nueva escritura de las Americas • New Writing from the Americas 9 (2006): 140-146, free online and here, and The Whole Island: Six Decades of Cuban Poetry, ed. Mark Weiss (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009), pp. 546-557 (Spanish and English on facing pages), first page.

Dennis Andrew S. Aguinaldo, "cAnto" [a mesostomatic poem]. tekstong bopis, Nov. 19, 2012. Free online.

Wulf Ahlbrecht, "Last Canto. In Memoriam E.P." Rendezvous 8.1 (Summer 1973): 13.

Conrad Aiken, "Ballade of Worshippers of the Image." Boston Transcript (May 1, 1915), Sec. 4, p. 7. Rpt. in the New York Sun (May 9, 1915): 11, free online; Glenn Hughes, Imagism & the Imagists: A Study in Modern Poetry (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1931), pp. 50-51, free online and here; Imagist Poetry, introduced and ed. by Peter Jones (London: Penguin Books, 1972), pp. 150-151, free online; Janice S. Robinson, H.D.: The Life and Work of an American Poet (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1982), p. 68, free online; Koji Kawamoto, "An Awkward Venus: The Moon in Imagist Poetry," Tamkang Review 18.1-4 (Autumn 1987-Summer 1988): 85-96 (at 93-94); and Book Ends, compiled by J. L. Herrera (2018), p. 57, free online.

Adam Aitken, "Ezra Pound in Mareuil." Southerly (Journal of the English Association, Sydney) 72.2 (2012), Long Paddock [online section (not currently online)]. Rpt. in Aitken, November Already (Sydney: Vagabond Press, 2013) and Aitken, Archipelago (Newtown NSW: Vagabond Press, 2017), pp. 41-42.

Dami Ajayi, "Séance." Maple Tree Literary Supplement (MTLS) 8 (Jan. 2011). Free online.

Claire Akebrand, "Mug Shot: Ezra Loomis Pound – May 26, 1945." Eunoia Review, November 27, 2013. Free online.

Peter Akinlabi, "Marechera." Maple Tree Literary Supplement (MTLS) 8 (Jan. 2011). Free online.

Richard Aldington, "Natal Verses for the Birth of a New Review." The Exile 1 (Spring 1927): 86-87. Rpt. in F. Sefton Delmer, "Ezra Pound: Biographical and Bibliographical Notes," Zeitschrift für französischen und englischen Unterricht, Berlin, 29.2 ([2nd quarter?] 1930): 92-110 (at 104); Denys Val Baker, Little Reviews, 1914-1943 (London: G. Allen & Unwin Limited, 1943), p. 22; and Norman T. Gates, The Poetry of Richard Aldington: A Critical Evaluation and An Anthology of Uncollected Poems (University Park and London: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1974), pp. 274-275, free online.

Richard Aldington, "Petit Manifeste Necessaire." In: Norman T. Gates, The Poetry of Richard Aldington: A Critical Evaluation and An Anthology of Uncollected Poems (University Park and London: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1974), pp. 204-205. Free online.

Richard Aldington, "To: Brigit." Written to Brigit Patmore. Published in Miriam J. Benkovitz, "Nine for Reeves: Letters from Richard Aldington," Bulletin of the New York Public Library 69.6 (June 1965): 349-374 (at 362). Rpt. in Norman T. Gates, The Poetry of Richard Aldington: A Critical Evaluation and An Anthology of Uncollected Poems (University Park and London: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1974), p. 277, free online, and Charlotte Ward, "Aldington and Pound: Partners in Translation," Richard Aldington: Essays in Honour of the Centenary of His Birth, eds. A. Blayac and C. Zilboorg (Roussillon: Conseil scientifique, Université Paul Valéry, 1994), pp. 85-98 (at 87).

Richard Aldington, "unlike mr ezra pound I do not." Movietones: Invented and Set Down by Richard Aldington, 1928-1929 ([England]: Privately printed, [1932]). Rpt. in Norman T. Gates, The Poetry of Richard Aldington: A Critical Evaluation and An Anthology of Uncollected Poems (University Park and London: The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1974), p. 329, free online.

Karren Alenier, "Stories: On the Nature of Poetry." ars poetica, May 29, 2007. Free online.

Jeff Alessandrelli, "My Ezra Pound." People Are Places Are Places Are People ([Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania?]: Imaginary Friend Press, 2013).

Jeff Alessandrelli, "Understanding Ezra Pound." In "This Last Time Will Be The First" (Ph.D., University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2012). Published in Alessandrelli, This Last Time Will be the First (Portland, Oregon: Burnside Review Press, 2014).

Michael Alexander, [Epitaph for Ezra Pound]. In Massimo Bacigalupo, "Getting Around: The 'Ezra Pound in Venice' Conference at the Fondazione Giorgio Cini," Paideuma 14.1 (Spring 1985): 125-128 (at 128).

Michael Alexander, "To W.H. Auden in Heaven, with Apologies." 1987. Westerly: A Quarterly Review (English Department, University of Western Australia) 32.3 (Sept. 1987): 42-43. Free online. Rpt. in Agenda 43.2-3 (2008), Special supplementary feature for W.H. Auden. Free online. A typescript [photocopy] is in the Pearl Archive, 1966-2017 (bulk 1975-1993), ID: MS/MS/ms166, Series 2: Issue Files. Sub-Series 2.3: Pearl, Number 3, Spring 1977, Department of Special Collections, Washington University Libraries.

Will Alexander, "The Brimstone Boat." Faucheuse (San Francisco, CA) 3 (June 2000): 224-286 (Pound mentioned, p. 264). Free online. Rpt. in Alexander, The Brimstone Boat. For Philip Lamantia (Los Angeles: Rêve à Deux, 2012), pp. 9-92 (Pound mentioned, pp. 62-63, free online).

Karen Alkalay-Gut, "To One in Beirut." Mechitza (Merrick, N.Y.: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1986), p. 44. Free online and here. Translated into Spanish by Oscar E. Aguilera F. as "A uno en Beirut" in Alkalay-Gut, después de hacer el amor: poemas (n.d.), p. 32. Free online and here and here and here.

Can Alkor, Canto CXVIII. Istanbul: Norgunk, 2012.

Dick Allen, "In the Valley of the Shadow of Death." Ode to the Cold War: Poems New and Selected (Louisville, Kentucky: Sarabande Books, 1997), pp. 29-32. Free online and here (first page, next two pages, last page).

John Allman, "Ezra Pound in the Cage, near Pisa." Poetry Northwest 20.2 (Summer 1979): 4-5. Rpt. in Allman, Clio's Children: Dostoevsky at Semyonov Square and Other Poems (New York: New Directions, 1985), pp. 76-77. Free online.

Ghayath Almadhoun, "Ode to Sadness." Translated into English by Catherine Cobham in EuropeNow special feature, New Nordic Voices, April 17, 2018. Free online. Rpt. in Transnational Literature (Bath) 11.1 (Dec. 2018) (Arabic original and English translation), free online and here and here. Free online.

Dan Alter, My Little Book of Exiles (London: Maida Vale, 2022).

José Luis Álvarez Escontrela, "Ezra Pound Writes His Elegy." Modern Literature, August 18, 2020. Free online.

José María Álvarez, "Others Abide Our Question. Thou Art Free. We Ask and Ask. Thou Smilets, and Art Still, Out-topping Knowledge." El vaho de Dios: Antología de poemas venezianos. Selección, presentación y notas de Alfredo Rodríguez (Sevilla: Renacimiento, 2017), pp. 74-75. Free online and here.

Julia Alvarez, "Canons." In: Alvarez, "Noah's Ark Choices," Library Journal 125.14 (September 1, 2000): 168-171 (at 168). Rpt. in Alvarez, The Woman I Kept to Myself (Chapel Hill, NC: Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, 2004), pp. 63-64, free online (first page, second page). Free online.

Montserrat Álvarez, "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Pound." Zona Dark: Poemas (Lima, Perú: Edición auspiciada por el CONCYTEC, 1991). Free online and here and here and here. Translated from Spanish into French by Laurent Bouisset as "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Pound" here.

Steven Alvarez, "Ez." www.stevenpaulalvarez.net, July 6, 2014. Free online.

Steven Alvarez, "From EZ: an epic." www.stevenpaulalvarez.net, July 2, 2014. Free online.

Luis Alberto Ambroggio, "Destruir al maestro." Todos somos Whitman, traducido por Brett Alan Sanders (Houston, Texas: Arte Público Press, 2016) [translated into English as "Destroy the Teacher"]. Rpt. in Ambroggio, En el jardín de los vientos: obra poética (1974-2014), Carlos E. Paldao y Rosa Tezanos-Pinto, Editores (Nueva York: Editorial Academia Norteamericana de la Lengua Española (ANLE), 2014), pp. 880-881, free online.

Don Ammons, "Images." Outposts Poetry Quarterly 169 (Summer 1991): 4. Rpt. in Ammons, Andetsteds and Other Poems, Danish translations by Betty Søndergaard (Bradford on Tone, Taunton, Somerset: Original Plus, 1998), pp. 10, free online, 11 (Danish translation).

Michael Anania, "For Ezra Pound, Old." The Color of Dust (Chicago: Swallow Press, 1970), p. 47. Rpt. in Anania, Selected Poems (Wakefield, R.I.: Asphodel Press, 1994), p. 34.

José Vicente Anaya, Híkuri ([México, D.F.]: [Universidad Autónoma de Puebla], [1978 [i.e., 1987]) [Pound mentioned on p. 23]. Rpt. in Caminatas nocturnas: Híkuri ante la crítica, edición, selección y palabras preliminares, José Reyes. Híkuri / José Vicente Anaya (Chihuahua: Instituto Chihuahuense de la Cultura, 2016) [Pound mentioned on p. 39]. Free online. Translated into English by Joshua Pollock as Anaya, Híkuri (Peyote), transl. Joshua Pollock (Brooklyn, NY: The Operating System, 2020) (Spanish and English on facing pages) [Pound mentioned on pp. 26 (Spanish), 27 (English)]. Free online.

C.B. Anderson, "Conjugations." Society of Classical Poets, October 22, 2020. Free online.

Doug Anderson, "Homage to Pound." Blues for Unemployed Secret Police: Poems (Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 2000), pp. 65-66. Free online (first page, second page). About this poem, Anderson wrote: "When poet Robert Mezey went to visit Pound in St. Elizabeths he asked the great man to read some of his new poems. Pound said (and I paraphrase) 'Surely, but I have to warn you that I give everything first to Mr. Weiss over there to see if it's worth reading.' Then Pound nodded across the room at Mr. Weiss, a waxen catatonic. From this Mezey concluded that Pound was completely sane and therefore responsible for his actions." (Blues for Unemployed Secret Police, p. 81, free online).

Jon Anderson, "The Frontier." Looking for Jonathan (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1968), p. 12. Rpt. in The Young American Poets, ed. Paul Carroll, Introd. by James Dickey (Chicago and New York: Follett Publishing Company, 1968), p. 39. Free online.

Joseph Anderson, "Late Last Night." Eleven and a Half (The New School's Eugene Lang College) 3 (Spring 2014). Free online.

Maggie Anderson, "My Father and Ezra Pound." Dear All (New York: Four Way Books, 2017), pp. 20ff. Free online. Rpt. in LGBTQ Fiction and Poetry from Appalachia, eds. Jeff Mann and Julia Watts (Morgantown: West Virginia University Press, 2019). Free online and here.

Carl Andre, "I am in awe of Ezra Pound." Undated. Cuts: Texts 1959-2004, ed. with an introd. by James Meyer (Cambridge, Mass., and London: The MIT Press, 2005), p. 216. Free online.

Radu Andriescu, "the aswan high dam." Trans. by Adam J. Sorkin and Radu Andriescu. In: Radu Andriescu, lustin Panţa, Cristian Popescu, Memory Glyphs: 3 Prose Poets from Romania, selected and trans. from the Romanian by Adam J. Sorkin with Radu Andriescu, Mircea Ivanescu and Bogdan Stafenescu; artwork by Cristian Opris (Prague: Twisted Spoon Press, 2009). Rpt. in An Introduction to the Prose Poem, eds. Brian Clements and Jamey Dunham (Danbury, CT: Firewheel Editions, 2009), pp. 162-165.

David Annwn, "Going Up to Sun Terrace." Going Up to Sun Terrace, A Tribute to Ezra Pound's and Li Po's Shangyangtai Tie. Poem by David Annwn; a Visual/Verbal Book by Thomas Ingmire (San Francisco, CA: Scriptorium St. Francis Press, 2015).

Anonymous, [untitled poem ("Oh fuck you Ezra Pound, . . .")]. /lit/ - Literature, Jan. 23, 2012. Free online.

Anonymous, "ezra pound." We Will Not Cave, July 29, 2022. Free online.

David Antin, "Spring Love Noise and All." New Directions in Prose and Poetry 52, ed. J. Laughlin with Peter Glassgold and Griselda Ohannessian (New York: New Directions, 1988), pp. 77-86. Rpt. in Antin, what it means to be avant-garde (New York: New Directions, 1993), pp. 31-39. Free online and here. Translated into Spanish by León Félix Batista as "la primavera el amor el ruido y todo," Poesía (Universidad de Carabobo, Valencia, Venezuela) 130 (2001), free online and here and here.

David Antin, "10 for George." The Oppens Remembered: Poetry, Politics, Friendship, ed. Rachel Blau Du Plessis (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2015), pp. 28-37. Free online and here.

David Antin, "what it means to be avant-garde." Formations 2.2 (Fall 1985): 53-71. Rpt. in Antin, what it means to be avant-garde (New York: New Directions, 1993), pp. 41-61; Artifice & Indeterminacy: An Anthology of New Poetics, ed. Christopher Beach (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1998), pp. 109-129; and Antin, How Long Is the Present: Selected Talk Poems, ed. Stephen Fredman (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2014), pp. 317-340. Translated into French in Antin, Ce qu'être d'avant-garde veut dire, traduit de l'américain par Vincent Broqua, Olivier Brossard et Abigail Lang ([Dijon]: les Presses du réel, DL 2008). Translated into Spanish by Andrés Anwandter in Antin, qué estoy haciendo aquí? y otros poemas hablados, traducción de Andrés Anwandter (Valdivia, Chile: Ediciones Universidad Austral de Chile, 2021).

Roberto Appratto, "quiero escribir un libro sobre el olor de noigandres." LSD (Uruguay) 1 (diciembre de 2017): 18. Free online and here and here and here.

Juan Arabia, "Sparo Karma." In Italian. Hacia Carcassonne (Valencia: Pre-Textos, 2021), p. 34, free online, and Arabia, Verso Carcassonne, versione in italiano di Mattia Tarantino (Rimini: Raffaelli Editore, 2021), p. 55, free online.

Erich Arendt, "Spätbegegnung." Der zerstückte Traum: für Erich Arendt zum 75. Geburtstag, hrsg. von Gregor Laschen und Manfred Schlösser (Berlin and Darmstadt: Agora, 1978), pp. 126-128. Rpt. in Zwischen zwei Nächten, hrsg. von Christoph Buchwald und Rolf Haufs; mit vier Zeichnungen von Gerrit Bekker (Düsseldorf: Claassen, 1981), pp. 31-33; Arendt, Gedichte (Leipzig: Reclam, 1983), pp. 268-270; Die eigene Stimme: Lyrik der DDR, herausgegeben von Ursula Heukenkamp, Heinz Kahlau und Wulf Kirsten (Berlin: Aufbau-Verlag, 1988), pp. 56-59, free online (first two pages, last two pages); Arendt, Kritische Werkausgabe. Bd. 2. Gedichte, 1960-1982, hrsg. von Manfred Schlösser (Berlin: Agora, 2003), pp. 354ff.; and Arendt, Entgrenzen: Gedichte (Aachen: Rimbaud, 2005), pp. 108-110. Erich Arendt appears to have told his Dutch translator Jan Gielkens that the Jonah who springs out of the whale in this poem must represent Ezra Pound. (Rein Bloem in De Groene Amsterdammer, 10 May 1989, as cited in Lucas Hüsgen, "Waardeloze woorden," De Gids 170 (2007): 157-165 (at 165 n.2), free online and here.)

Ante Armanini, "28 Micro-poems for Ezra Pound." Translated into English from the Croatian by Boris Gregoric. Boris Gregoric blog, January 31, 2016. Free online.

Glen Armstrong, "The Dirt." panoply, a literary zine 1 (August 2015). Free online.

Michael Armstrong, "Poetic Credo." Collected Poems: 1961-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg, 1997), p. vii.

Rafael Arráiz Lucca, "Conversar." Obra poética, 1983-2004, [editor, Víctor Bravo] (Mérida, Venezuela: Ediciones El Otro, el mismo, 2004), p. 48.

Rafael Arráiz Lucca, "Hoy." Jóvenes poetas venezolanos (Caracas: INCE, Dirección General de Comunicaciones y Relaciones, 1985), pp. 136-138. Rpt. in Arráiz Lucca, Obra poética, 1983-2004, [editor, Víctor Bravo] (Mérida, Venezuela Ediciones El Otro, el mismo, 2004), pp. 31-32. Free online.

Mario Arteca, "[XVIII] Il sogno di dell'incubatore (Të gjithë pushtetin për të 'Hotel Babel')." Círculo de Poesía, August 2011. Free online.

AKT [Paul Askew], "The Extremely Abridged History, Present & Future of Paul Askew, in Five Dream Scenes." ABCtales, 31 Mar. 2012. Free online. Rpt. in Askew, Animal Magnetism (79 rat press, 2013), pp. 63-72. Free online.

Surazeus Astarius [Simon Albert Craig Seamount], "Leave Your Face in My Mirror." Solariad (Lulu.com, 2018), pp. 299-300.

Surazeus Astarius [Simon Albert Craig Seamount], "Moonlight on Star Canal." Gothiniad (Lulu.com, 2017), pp. 251-252. Free online (first pagesecond page).

W.H. Auden, "Letter to Lord Byron. Part I [of V]." July 1936. In: W.H. Auden and Louis MacNeice, Letters From Iceland (London: Faber and Faber, 1937), pp. 17-24. Free online. Rpt. in Auden, The English Auden: Poems, Essays, and Dramatic Writings, 1927-1939, ed. Edward Mendelson (New York: Random House, 1977), pp. 169-174; Auden, As I Walked Out One Evening: Songs, Ballads, Lullabies, Limericks, and Other Light Verse, selected by Edward Mendelson (New York: Vintage Books, 1995), pp. 47-53; and Auden, The Complete Works of W.H. Auden: Poems. Volume I, 1927-1939, ed. Edward Mendelson (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2022), pp. 229ff.

Margaret Avison, "Eliot and Pound." In a group of poems dated 1939-40 to 1952. Unpublished. A copy is included in the Margaret Avison Papers, 1926-2009, MSS 64, University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections, 330 Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB R3T 2N2 Canada. Finding aid and here.

Marc Awodey, "Numb Flesh." New York: A Haibun Journey (Warner, N.H.: Writers Publishing Cooperative/Minimal Press, 2003). Free online and here.

Kofi Awoonor, "Long Island Sketches" [vii]. Ride Me, Memory (Greenfield Center, N.Y.: Greenfield Review Press, 1973), pp. 13-19 [i-x]. Rpt. in Awoonor, Until the Morning After: Selected Poems, 1963-85 (Greenfield Center, N.Y.: Greenfield Review Press, 1987), pp. 88-91 [i-ix], free online (first two pages, last two pages), and Awoonor, The Promise of Hope: New and Selected Poems, 1964-2013, ed. and with an introd. by Kofi Anyidoho; foreword by Kwame Dawes (Dakar: Amalion Publishing; Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 2014), pp. 204-208 [i-ix].

Julián Axat, "La deuda." Offshore, selección de poemas (Valparaíso: Ediciones Periféricas, 2016), p. 6. Free online and here and here and here and here.

Arthur Axlerod, "On the closing of a shop of Judaica." The Sterile Honeycomb; foreword by Robert Creeley (Buffalo: Harold & Ruth Axelrod, 1975), pp. 24-26.

Peggy Aylsworth, "Temporary and Now." Best Poems, 2017. Free online.

John Azrak, "Too Much of Nothing." The New Verse News, December 10, 2016. Free online.

 

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