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Massimo Bacigalupo, "Sailing with Stevens." Wallace Stevens Journal 44.2 (Fall 2020): 259-267. Excerpt and first page. Free online (in prose format).

Massimo Bacigalupo, "Ten for Terry." Paideuma 26.2/3 (Fall & Winter 1997): 11-15 [Venice; Hotel Italia; Transatlantic Misunderstanding; Sant'Ambrogio; Peter Bennett; The Guestbook; The Inscription; Piera's Book; A Note from Rapallo; Don Clemente Rebora]. Rpt., with the addition of "The Unconquered Flame" and an Italian translation by the author, as "Ten for Terry (Plus One)/Dieci per Terry (più una)," I poeti della Sala Capizucchi/ The Poets of the Sala Capizucchi, eds. Caterina Ricciardi, John Gery and Massimo Bacigalupo (New Orleans: UNO Press, 2011), pp. 88-97.

Glenn Bagshaw, "Ezra Pound's Cantos." Poem Hunter, August 7, 2010. Free online.

Rodney Baker, "For This There's No (tribute to Ezra Pound)." Towers 49 (Northern Illinois University) (Fall 1977): 35. Free online.

Tony Baker and Harry Gilonis, "from far away." West Coast Line 24.3 (Winter 1990): 44-54 [on Pound: sections 43 (his funeral, in Venice), 44, 61]. Rpt. as Harry Gilonis and Tony Baker, From Far Away (London: Oasis Books, 1998) and in Gilonis, Rough Breathing: Selected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet Press, 2018) [sections 43, 44, 61 are free online].

Jean Balderston, "Pound and Stevens Meet." New York Quarterly 39 (Summer 1989): 104.

Anny Ballardini, "Ars poetica." ars poetica, July 25, 2007. Free online.

Osvaldo Ballina, "El visitante." Al dios que sea: obra poética, 1971-2003 (La Plata: Ediciones Al Margen, 2004), p. 121. Free online and here and here.

Carlos Barbarito, "Pound revisited." Exodos y trenes: (una restrospectiva, 1978-1985) (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Ultimo Reino, 1986), p. 15. Free online. Rpt. in Gaceta literaria 4.8 [no. 44] (agosto de 2010): 15. Free online and here and here and here.

George Barker, "To Ezra Pound On His Birthday 1972." Indian Journal of American Studies 2.2 (December 1972): 1.

Mary Barnard, "E. P.: Martinsbrunn, 1961." Odysseus 1.2 (Oct.-Nov. 1971).  "E.P. Sant'Ambrogio 1964" was reprinted with "E.P. Martinsbrunn 1961" under the combined title "Two Visits" in Collected Poems (Portland, Or.: Breitenbush Publications, 1979).

Mary Barnard, "E.P. Sant'Ambrogio, 1964." In: "Four Poems," Odysseus 1.5 (1972).  "E.P. Sant'Ambrogio 1964" was reprinted with "E.P. Martinsbrunn 1961" under the combined title "Two Visits" in Collected Poems (Portland, Or.: Breitenbush Publications, 1979).

David Bartone, "Songs on the Loose Theme of Leda." Colorado Review: A Journal of Contemporary Literature 40.1 (Spring 2013): 113. Free online and here.

David Bartone, "A Way to See the World that Doesn't Need a Jolt: Notes Leading to Translation." Aldus, A Journal of Translation (Brown University) 2 (Winter 2011/12): 8-18. Free online and here. Rpt. in Bartone, Practice on Mountains (Boise, Idaho: Ahsahta Press, Boise State University, 2014), pp. 51-61.

Wilhelm Bartsch, "Canto nach Ezra Pound (CXX)," Übungen im Joch: Gedichte. Berlin and Weimar: Aufbau-Verlag, 1986, p. 76. Free online

Ronald H. Bayes, "On His 33rd Birthday." Grande Ronde Review (La Grande, OR) 1.3 (Summer 1965): [13]. Free online.

Ronald H. Bayes, X-ing Warm (Portland, Oregon: Prensa de Lagar, 1968).

Dan Beachy-Quick, "Fragile Elegy." VOLT: A Magazine of the Arts 13 (2007): 115-120. Free online and here. Rpt. in Beachy-Quick, Circle's Apprentice (North Adams, MA: Tupelo Press, 2011), pp. 49-55.

Dan Beachy-Quick, This Nest, Swift Passerine (North Adams, MA: Tupelo Press, 2009) [fourth section, p. 55].

Julian Beck, "the state will be served even by poets." pinerolo to faenza palma de mallorca paris roma, november 1976, august 1979. Semi-Permeable Membranes: Twenty Songs of the Revolution ([New York]: Bliss Press, 1984). Rpt. in Beck, Living in Volkswagen Buses: And Other Songs of the Revolution, 90-150 (Seattle: Broken Moon Press, 1992), pp. 14-15, free online, and Poems for the Millennium: The University of California Book of Modern & Postmodern Poetry, Volume Two: From Postwar to Millennium, eds. Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1998), pp. 432-433, free online. Free online and here and here and here.

William Bedford, "Camp Perimeter." London Grip New Poetry (Autumn 2017). Free online and here. Rpt. in Bedford, The Dancers of Colbek (Reading: Two Rivers Press, 2020). Free online.

Patricia Beer, "Ezra Pound Leaves Rome." Listener 85.2183 (28 Jan. 1971): 112. Rpt. in Beer, The Estuary (London: Macmillan, 1971), p. 47; Beer, Selected Poems (London: Hutchinson, 1979), p. 93; and Beer, Collected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet, 1988), p. 99.

Cedric Beidatsch, "In that magic hour." All Poetry, 2017. Free online.

M. Shayne Bell, "On Visiting Ezra Pound's Birthplace: Hailey, Idaho." Sunstone 14.1 [no. 75] (February 1990): 42. Free online.

Henry Bellamann, "Dans le Sillage." A Music Teacher's Note Book (New York: New York Poetry Book Shop, 1920), pp. 30-31. Free online.

Franco Beltrametti, "41. Ezra Pound e il Presidente Mao." Un altro terremoto (Torino: Geiger, 1971). Translated into English by Paul Vangelisti as "41. Ezra Pound and Chairman Mao" in Beltrametti, Another Earthquake, translated by Paul Vangelisti (Los Angeles and Fairfax: Red Hill Press, 1976) (Italian and English on facing pages). Free online.

Washington Benavides, "A Ezra Pound en la Noche." 29 de julio de 1969. Hokusai ([Montevideo]: [Ediciones de la Banda Oriental], 1975), pp. 13-14. Rpt. in Benavides, Un viejo trovador: antología (Montevideo, Uruguay: Ediciones de la Banda Oriental, 2004), pp. 82-83, and Benavides, Sansueña: Antología poética (Distrito Federal: FCE - Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2016). Recorded on Benavides, Un viejo trovador (Ayui, 2003). A reading by the author.

Felipe Benítez Reyes, [homage to Pound], Las identidades (Madrid: Visor Libros, 2013).

Luis Benítez, "Deja que hable Ezra Pound." Fractal (Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones Correo Latino, 1992), pp. 35-36. Rpt. in Benítez, Breve antología poética, selección e introducción por Elizabeth Auster (Rosario: Ediciones Juglaría, 2008). Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and hereTranslation into English as "Let Ezra Pound Speak" and here and here and here and here and here.

Robert Bense, "Sweet Violence." Salmagundi 172/173 (Fall 2011-Winter 2012): 132-133.

Mario Berardi Guardi, "Ez. Zero," Ezra Pound 1972-1992. A c. di Luca Gallesi (Milano: Greco & Greco, 1992), pp. 119-127.

Stephen Berg, "The Coat." TriQuarterly 64 (Fall 1985): 18-20. Free online. Rpt. in New American Poets of the 90s, eds. Jack Myers and Roger Weingarten (Boston: David R. Godine Publisher, 1991), pp. 15-17 (rpt. with a new foreword by the eds. as New American Poets, eds. Jack Myers and Roger Weingarten (Boston: David R. Godine Publisher, 2005), pp. 15-17); Berg, New & Selected Poems (Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press; Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe, 1992), pp. 179-181, free online; and Berg, Shaving (Marshfield, MA: Four Way Books, 1998), pp. 77-79.

Bill Berkowitz, "Ezra Pound, San Gregorio Beach & An Acid Trip To Remember." Syndic Literary Journal 11 (June 2014). Free online. Recording by the author.

Lindsay Bernal, "Venice Is Sinking." Conjunctions, Dec. 12, 2017. Free online. Rpt. in Bernal, What It Doesn't Have to Do With: Poems (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2018), pp. 21-23. Free online and here.

Pierre Bernard, "Pound – la cage invisible." Les Cahiers de L'Herne 7 (1965): 584-585.

Charles Bernstein, "Artifice of Absorption." Paper Air (Philadelphia) 4.1 (May 1987): 6-71. "An early draft ... was presented at ... the New Poetics Colloquium of the Kootenay School of Writing, at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design, Vancouver, Canada, on August 25, 1985" (p. 66). Free online. Rpt. in Bernstein, A Poetics (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1992), pp. 9-89. Free online.

Ted Berrigan, "Ezra Pound: . . ." The World (The Poetry Project, New York, NY) 28 (May 1973): 87. Free online. Rpt. in Berrigan, In a Blue River (New York: Little LightBooks, 1981). Rpt. in The Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan, edited by Alice Notley, with Anselm Berrigan and Edmund Berrigan (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005), 317.  Also rpt. in Selected Poems of Ted Berrigan. Edited by Alice Notley, Anselm Berrigan, and Edmund Berrigan (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2011), 125. Free online.

Ted Berrigan, "Sonnet I."  The Sonnets (New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1964; New York: United Artists Books, 1982; introd. by Alice Notley: New York: Penguin Poets, 2000). Rpt. in Berrigan, Selected Poems, ed. Aram Saroyan; introd. by Alice Notley (New York: Penguin Books, 1994), 105; Berrigan, On the Level Everyday: Selected Talks on Poetry and the Art of Living, ed. Joel Lewis; with an introd. by Alice Notley (Jersey City, New Jersey: Talisman House, 1997), 87; Berrigan, The Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan, ed. Alice Notley, with Anselm Berrigan and Edmund Berrigan; introd. and notes by Alice Notley (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 2007), p. 29, free online; and Berrigan, The Selected Poems of Ted Berrigan, eds. Alice Notley, Anselm Berrigan, and Edmund Berrigan (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011), 17, free online. Ted Berrigan reading sonnet I.

Ted Berrigan, "Sonnet XLVII." Art and Literature 4 (Spring 1964): 230. Rpt. in Berrigan, The Sonnets (New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1964); Contemporary American & Australian Poetry, ed. Thomas Shapcott (St. Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1976), p. 253; and Berrigan, The Collected Poems of Ted Berrigan, ed. Alice Notley, with Anselm Berrigan and Edmund Berrigan; introd. and notes by Alice Notley (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 2007), pp. 54-55. Free online and here.

John Berryman, "The Cage." Poetry 75.4 (January 1950): 187-188. Free online. Rpt. in Michigan Quarterly Review 45.4 (Fall 2006). Free online.  Rpt. in Berryman, The Heart Is Strange: New Selected Poems, ed. and with an introd. by Daniel Swift (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014), 45-46, free online.

John Berryman, "Dream Song 224. Eighty." The Dream Songs: Poems (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1982), p. 243. Free online and here.

John Berryman, "A Winter-Piece to a Friend Away." The Kenyon Review 10.2 (Spring 1948): 240-241. Free online. Rpt. in Berryman, Homage to Mistress Bradstreet: and Other Poems (New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1968); Berryman, Collected Poems 1937-1971, ed. and introd. by Charles Thornbury (New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1989), 61-63; Berryman, Selected Poems, ed. Kevin Young (New York: Library of America, 2004); and Berryman, The Heart Is Strange: New Selected Poems, ed. and with an introd. by Daniel Swift (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2014), 36-37.

Stephen Bett, "Position 36: Sex on the Brain." Extreme Positions: –The Soft-Core Industry Exposed (New York: Spuyten Duyvil Books, 2009). Free online and here and here.

Better Than Ezra, "Ezra Pound." Recorded at Bayou Breeze Studios, Baton Rouge, LA, Nov. 4-8 1989. Surprise (Swell Records, 1989 [cassette only]; Columbia, MD: Liaison Records, 2014 [CD]). Free online and here and here and here and here.

Horst Bienek, "Variationen über ein Gedicht von Ezra Pound."  In Bienek, was wer was ist (München, Carl Hanser Verlag, 1966), pp. 41-43; Bienek, Gleiwitzer Kindheit (München: Hanser Verlag, 1976), pp. 120-121; Bienek, Von Zeit und Erinnerung: Erzählungen, Gedichte, Essays (Gütersloh: Gerd Mohn, 1980), p. 86; and Gerhard Rademacher, Von Eichendorff bis Bienek: Schlesien als offene literarische "Provinz": Studien zur Lyrik schlesischer Autoren des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts im transregionalen Kontext: mit einem Textanhang (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 1993), pp. 514-515. "In a Station of the Metro" is quoted in an epigraph and, in Eva Hesse's German translation, at the end of the poem.

David Biespiel, "Pound." The Kenyon Review NS 29.4 (Fall 2007): 139. Rpt. as "Ezra Pound" in Biespiel, The Book of Men and Women: Poems (Seattle, Washington: University of Washington Press, 2009), p. 32.

Brian C. Billings, "Guilt Is for the Man Who Kills a Peacock." Confrontation 108 (Fall 2010): 248.

Robert Billings, "Last Photographs of Pound." The Pikestaff Forum 5 (Spring 1983): 9.

Tom Billsborough, "In Memory Of Ezra Pound." Poemhunter, June 17, 2016. Free online.

Brian Bilston, "Little Poems." You Took the Last Bus Home: The Poems of Brian Bilston (London: Unbound Digital, 2016).

Elizabeth Bishop, "Visits to St. Elizabeths (1950)." Nuova corrente 5-6 (Jan.-June 1956). Rpt. Partisan Review 24.2 (Spring 1957): 185-187. Free online. Rpt. in Bishop, The Complete Poems, 1927-1979 (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1979), and Kenneth Quinn, How Literature Works (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Macmillan, 1992), pp. 185-187. Free online and here and here and here. Translated into Spanish by Octavio Paz as "Visitas a St. Elizabeth," Versiones y diversiones (México: Joaquin Mortiz, 1974), pp. 93-97, rpt. in La Gaceta del Fondo de Cultura Económica, Mexico, D.F., XV.179 (Nov. 1985): xxii-xxiii. Excerpts from a reading by the author.

D. M. Black, "Classical," The Arrow Maker (Todmorden: Arc Publications, 2017).

D. M. Black, "The Uses of Mythology." Long Poem Magazine 11 (Spring 2014). Rpt. in Black, The Arrow Maker (Todmorden: Arc Publications, 2017), pp. 28-30.

Paul Blackburn, "Ezra's contributions." El Corno emplumado 25 (enero 1968): 59. Free online. Rpt. in Blackburn, Selected Poems (New York: Persea Books, 1989), p. 183.

Robin Blaser, "Great companion: Dante Alighiere I." 25 August 1997. Even on Sunday: Essays, Readings, and Archival Materials on the Poetry and Poetics of Robin Blaser: with New Work by Robin Blaser, ed., and with an introd. by Miriam Nichols (Orono, Me.: National Poetry Foundation, 2002), pp. 3-21. Rpt. in Blaser, The Holy Forest: Collected Poems of Robin Blaser, ed. Miriam Nichols, foreword by Robert Creeley, with a new afterword by Charles Bernstein (Berkeley, Calif., and London: University of California Press, 2006), pp. 437-456. Readings by the author at The Kootenay School of Writing, Vancouver, 1997, and at the Universita d'Annuzio, April 22, 1997. A typescript is housed in the Robin Blaser fonds, [188-?]-2009, MSA-1, Special Collections and Rare Books, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. Finding aid and here.

Robin Blaser, "Image-Nation 18 (an apple." Pell Mell (Toronto: Coach House Press, 1988), pp. 15-17. Rpt. in Blaser, The Holy Forest: Collected Poems of Robin Blaser, ed. Miriam Nichols, foreword by Robert Creeley, with a new afterword by Charles Bernstein (Berkeley, Calif., and London: University of California Press, 2006), pp. 249-251. A reading by the author at the Writers Institute, Albany, October 26, 1994.

Robin Blaser, "Robert Duncan." Robin Blaser, Barbara Guest, Lee Harwood (South Devonshire: Etruscan Books, 1998), pp. 53-56. Rpt. in Blaser, The Holy Forest: Collected Poems of Robin Blaser, ed. Miriam Nichols, foreword by Robert Creeley, with a new afterword by Charles Bernstein (Berkeley, Calif., and London: University of California Press, 2006), pp. 333-340. Free online and here and here.

Dean Blehert, "What's in a Poet's Name." Dean Blehert, January 7, 2006. Free online.

Mike Bloomberg, "Artistic Freedom." City of New York, April 18, 2013. Free online. Published in Metro (New York), April 18, 2013, p. 6. Free online and here and here and here.

Kit Bonson, "Periplum." Beltway Poetry Quarterly 18.1 (Winter 2017). Free online.

Laura Boss, "Visiting Saint Elizabeth’s." The Literary Review (Fairleigh Dickinson University) 50.4 (Summer 2007). Excerpt.

Alan Botsford, "Ezra Pound." On pp. 76-79 of Botsford, "Announcing the Modern: From Melville to Pound." Kanto Gakuin University Journal of the Humanities 139 (2018): 63-80. Free online and here.

Jenny Boully, "The Body." Seneca Review 31.1 (2001): 58-66. Rpt. in The Best American Poetry 2002, Robert Creeley, editor; David Lehman, series editor (New York: Scribner Poetry, 2002), pp. 16-24. Rpt., as revised, in Boully, The Body: An Essay (Londonderry, N.H.: Slope Editions, 2002). Free online.

Darrell Bourque, "Ezra Pound in Pisa." In Ordinary Light: New and Selected Poems (Lafayette, La.: University of Louisiana at Lafayette Press, 2010), pp. 25-26.

Kevin Bowden, "Essay on Pound." Poetry Australia 44 (1972): 28-32.

William Boyle, "The Shifty Night," Shawangunk Review 19 (Spring 2008): 69.  Free online. Rpt. in Shawangunk Review 20 (Fall 2009): 18. Free online.

John Bradley, "The Economy of Love: Letter to Ezra Pound." Love-in-Idleness: The Poetry of Roberto Zingarello (Washington, D.C.: Word Works, 1989).

Tom E. Brady, "Ezra in Pisa." All Poetry, 2013. Free online.

Luke Breit, "Joe Marti's Bar." Unintended Lessons (Fort Bragg, Calif.: QED Press, 1999), pp. 19-20. Free online (first page, second page).

Elizabeth Brewster, "Nausicaa Cantos, an Argument with Ezra." Selections were published in Grain 17.1 (Spring 1989): 17-19 [3. Juice (May 15), 6. On Minor Poets (May 23), 8. Nobody (May 26)]. Rpt. in Brewster, The Essential Elizabeth Brewster, selected by Ingrid Ruthig (Erin, Ontario: The Porcupine's Quill, 2021).

BRIANSODES, "ME ~ SLAM POET." My Poetic Side, August 19, 2016. Free online.

Austin Briggman, "On the Title Page." Scribe - Medium, Mar. 2, 2020. Free online.

Carson Brock and James Brock, "VIII. Goodbye Idaho!" [from Vacationland 2]. Saints of Hysteria: A Half-Century of Collaborative American Poetry, eds. Denise Duhamel, Maureen Seaton, and David Trinidad (Brooklyn, NY: Soft Skull Press, 2007), p. 176. Free online.

Van K. Brock, "Hang It All, Ezra Pound: The Hero as Biography of the Age." Unspeakable Strangers: Descents into the Dark Self, Ascents into Light: Poems & an Essay (Tallahassee, Fla.: Anhinga Press, 1995), p. 35.

Camilo Brodsky, "Ye Olde Ez." Cuaderno: Revista de cultura (Santiago, Chile) 67 (verano 2011): 51. Free online and here and here.

Louis Daniel Brodsky, "Ezra Pound." Dated 4/5/65. The Complete Poems of Louis Daniel Brodsky, Vol. 1: 1963-1967, ed. Sheri L. Vandermolen (St. Louis, Mo.: Time Being Books, 1996), pp. 252-254.

David Divine Brooks, "Destino." All Poetry, 2013. Free online.

Allan Brown, "All Hallows, 1972," Canadian Literature 147 (Winter 1995): 45. Free online and here.

Bob Brown, [poem for Pound]. Demonics (Cagnes-sur-Mer: Roving Eye Press, 1931). Drafts and typescripts for Demonics are housed in the Bob Brown papers, 1844-1960, Collection number: 723, Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, University of California at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. Finding aid.

Duncan Brown, "Meta Block." All Poetry, Nov. 11, 2015. Free online.

Lee Ann Brown, "Zuk." Part of "from Philtre."Interval(le)s 2.2-3.1 (Fall 2008/Winter 2009): 148-163 (at 159-163). Free online.

[Slater  Brown], "After Heine." transition 13 (Summer 1928): 86. Rpt. in Robert E. Knoll, Robert McAlmon: Expatriate Writer and Publisher, University of Nebraska Studies new series no. 18 (August 1957), p. 11 n.13, free online and here; Robert McAlmon, Being Geniuses Together 1920-1930, revised and with supplementary chapters by Kay Boyle (Garden City, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1968), p. 337; Sanford J Smoller, Adrift among Geniuses: Robert McAlmon, Writer and Publisher of the Twenties (University Park [Pa.]: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1974), p. 196; and Robert K. Martin and Ruth L. Strickland, "Robert McAlmon," Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 4: American Writers in Paris, 1920-1939, ed. Karen Lane Rood (Detroit, Michigan: A Bruccoli Clark Book, Gale Research Company, 1980), p. 279.

Vincent Buckley, "Pound's Grave." Last Poems (Ringwood, Victoria: McPhee Gribble, 1991), p. 9. Rpt. in Buckley, Collected Poems, ed. Chris Wallace-Crabbe, with a foreword by Peter Steele (Elwood, Vic.: John Leonard Press, 2009), p. 299. Free online and here.

Charles Bukowski, "The Burning Of The Dream." 1986. New York Quarterly 31 (1986): 63-66. Rpt. in Bukowski, Septuagenarian Stew: Stories & Poems (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1990), pp. 42-48; Bukowski, Run With the Hunted: A Charles Bukowski Reader (New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1993), pp. 68-75; Bukowski, The Pleasures of the Damned: Poems, 1951-1993, ed. John Martin (New York: Ecco, 2007), pp. 401ff.; and Bukowski, Essential Bukowski: Poetry, selected and ed. by Abel Debritto (New York: Ecco, 2016), pp. 150ff. Free online and here and hereManuscript and here. A typewritten manuscript is housed in the Charles Bukowski papers, 1965-2006 (bulk 1965-1994), mssBUK 1-1693, Manuscripts Department, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Finding aid.

Charles Bukowski, "Close To Greatness." You Get So Alone at Times That it Just Makes Sense (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1986), pp. 133-134. Rpt. in The New York Quarterly 33 (Summer 1987): 67. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and with a reading.

Charles Bukowski, "Drooling Madness At St. Liz." The American Poetry Review 4.2 (March/April 1975): 33. Rpt. in Bukowski, Back to the Machinegun, Manuscripts Volume 2, 1975-1977 (Prague Collective, 2014), p. 13. Free online and here. A copy is housed in the Charles Bukowski Poems, ca. 1966-1994, Mss 246, Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. Finding aid.

Charles Bukowski, "Experience." A Bukowski Sampler (Madison, Wis.: Quixote Press, 1969), pp. 48-49. Rpt. in Bukowski, The Roominghouse Madrigals: Early Selected Poems 1946-1966 (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1988). Free online.

Charles Bukowski, "Ezra's dead; don't splash me with your horseshit." Dated 7/30/75. A copy is housed in the Charles Bukowski papers, 1958-1988, MS 171, University of Arizona Libraries Special Collections.

Charles Bukowski, "Ezra's Pretty Tough.” 1975. Back to the Machinegun, Manuscripts Volume 2, 1975-1977 (Prague Collective, 2014), p. 108. Free online. A copy is housed in the Charles Bukowski Poems, ca. 1966-1994, Mss 246, Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. Finding aid.

Charles Bukowski, "he wrote in lonely blood." New York Quarterly 10 (Spring 1972): 44. Rpt. in Bukowski, Mockingbird, Wish me Luck (Santa Barbara (Calif.) Black Sparrow, 1972), pp. 102-103, free online and here, and Robinson Jeffers Newsletter 46 (September 1976): 40.

Charles Bukowski, "Hey, Ezra, Listen To This." 1983, May 26. War All the Time: Poems, 1981-1984 (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1984), p. 211. Free online. A typewritten signed manuscript is housed in the Charles Bukowski papers, 1965-2006 (bulk 1965-1994), mssBUK 1-1693, Manuscripts Department, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Finding aid.

Charles Bukowski, "Horse on Fire." Run with the Hunted. Chicago: Midwest, 1962. Rpt. in Bukowski, The Roominghouse Madrigals: Early Selected Poems 1946-1966 (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1988), p. 70. Free online and here and here.

Charles Bukowski, "in  finality."  Dated San Pedro, CA: Oct. 16, 1990. Free online.

Charles Bukowski, "junk." Sparrow 72 (September 1978). Rpt. in Bukowski, Play the Piano Drunk Like a Percussion Instrument Until the Fingers Begin to Bleed a Bit (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1979), pp. 102-103; Bukowski, Run With the Hunted: A Charles Bukowski Reader (New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1993), pp. 393-394, free online (first page and second page); and Bukowski, The Pleasures of the Damned: Poems, 1951-1993, ed. John Martin (New York: Ecco, 2007), p. 148. Free online and here and here and here and here. A reading of the poem by Bukowski is included on a disc issued with Heat Wave (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Graphic Arts, 1995), in which the poem is printed on p. 15.

Charles Bukowski, "the lost generation." ca. 1985. The New York Quarterly 28 (1985): 44. Rpt. in Bukowski, You Get So Alone at Times That It Just Makes Sense (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1986), pp. 24-25. Free online and with a reading.

Charles Bukowski, "me and Pound's girlfriend." 9-12-79. Back to the Machinegun, Manuscripts Volume 3, 1978-1980 (Prague Collective, 2014), p. 201. Free online and here.

Charles Bukowski, "My Comrades." Painted Bride Quarterly 1.3 (Summer 1974): 26-27. Free online. Rpt. in Bukowski, Love Is a Dog from Hell: Poems, 1974-1977 (Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1977). Free online and here and here. A Spanish translation by Juan José de Giovannini, with English and Spanish in parallel columns, was published as "Mis cuates" on p. 34 of "Ocho poemas de Charles Bukowski," Casa del tiempo, Mexico City, 2.22 (Nov. 2000): 26-35. Free online and here.

Charles Bukowski, "Now Ezra.” Bogg 66 (Winter 1992-1993): 30. Rpt. in Bukowski, Slouching Toward Nirvana: New Poems, ed. John Martin (New York: Ecco, 2005), p. 187. Free online. A copy is housed in the Charles Bukowski Poems, ca. 1966-1994, Mss 246, Department of Special Collections, Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara. Finding aid. A manuscript printout is housed in the Charles Bukowski papers, 1965-2006 (bulk 1965-1994), mssBUK 1-1693, Manuscripts Department, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Finding aid.

Charles Bukowski, "O, We Are The Outcasts." Ole, Bensenville, Ill., 4 (May 1966): [21-25]. Free online. Rpt. in Ole Anthology, ed. Douglas Blazek (Glendale, Calif.: Poetry X/change, 1967), pp. 29-35; Bukowski, While the Music Played (Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1973); Bukowski, The Roominghouse Madrigals: Early Selected Poems 1946-1966 (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1988); Rocks Off 2 (1988); and Bukowski, Essential Bukowski: Poetry, selected and ed. by Abel Debritto (New York: Ecco, 2016). Free online and here and here and here.

Charles Bukowski, "a sickness?" ca. 1992. Sifting Through the Madness for the Word, the Line, the Way: New Poems. Ed. John Martin.  New York: Ecco, 2003, pp. 155-161. Free online. Published in England under the title New Poems (London: Virgin, 2003). Free online. The text of A Source of Light, by Mohammed Fairouz, Section II of which is a setting of "a sickness?" A manuscript printout is housed in the Charles Bukowski papers, 1965-2006 (bulk 1965-1994), mssBUK 1-1693, Manuscripts Department, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Finding aid.

Charles Bukowski, "vegas." Quicksilver 14.3 (1961). Rpt. in Bukowski, Run With the Hunted (Chicago: Midwest, 1962), p. 16; Bukowski, It Catches My Heart In Its Hands: New & Selected Poems, 1955-1963 (New Orleans, La.: Loujon Press, 1963), p. 52; Bukowski, Burning in Water, Drowning in Flame: Selected Poems 1955-1973 (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1974),p. 33, free online and herePoems of the American West, selected and ed. by Robert Mezey (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2002), pp. 90-91; and Poems for America: 125 Poems That Celebrate the American Experience, ed. Carmela Ciuraru (New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, Singapore: Scribner Poetry, 2002), pp. 139-140. Free online and here and here.

Charles Bukowski, "well, now that Ezra has died..." 1972. Wormwood Review 14.1 [no. 53] (1974): 21-22. Free online and here. Rpt. in Choice 9 (1974) and in Bukowski, Storm for the Living and the Dead: Uncollected and Unpublished Poems, ed. Abel Debritto (New York: Ecco, 2017), p. 89. Reading by the author.

Charles Bukowski, "What They Want." Los Angeles Free Press 12.556 (March 14, 1975): W. Free online. Rpt. as Bukowski, What They Want ([Santa Barbara? Calif.], 1977) and in Bukowski, Love Is a Dog from Hell: Poems, 1974-1977 (Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1977). Free online. An Italian translation by Giuseppe Braga was published as "Quel che vogliono" in ClanDestino 6 (1993): 21 (with the English text on p. 20). A Spanish translation by Juan José de Giovannini, with English and Spanish in parallel columns, was published as "Lo que ellos quieren" on p. 27 of "Ocho poemas de Charles Bukowski," Casa del tiempo, Mexico City, 2.22 (Nov. 2000): 26-35. Free online and here.

Basil Bunting, "On the Fly-Leaf of Pound's Cantos." 1949. Agenda 4.2 (Oct.-Nov. 1965): 28. Rpt. in Bunting, First Book of Odes (London, Fulcrum Press, 1965); Bunting, Loquitur (London: Fulcrum Press, 1965), p. 58; Ronald H. Bayes, [review of Bunting, Loquitur], West Coast Review 3.2 (1968): 39-42 (at 41), free online; Bunting, Collected Poems (London: Fulcrum Press, 1968), p. 122; Bunting, Collected Poems (Oxford, London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1978), p. 110; Sister Victoria Marie Forde, S.C., "The Odes," Basil Bunting: Man and Poet, ed. Carroll F. Terrell (Orono: National Poetry Foundation, 1981), pp. 125-144 (at 134); Macmillan Anthologies of English Literature, 5. The Twentieth Century (1900-present), ed. Neil McEwan (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1989), p. 383, free online; Victoria Forde, The Poetry of Basil Bunting (Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1991), p. 93; and Bunting, Complete Poems (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1994), p. 114. Free online and here and here and here and here and here. Readings by the author.

Basil Bunting, "The Spoils." Poetry 79.2 (Nov. 1951): 84-97 ["One cribbed in a madhouse | set about with diagnoses," p. 94]. Free online. Separately published as The Spoils: Newcastle upon Tyne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Morden Tower Book Room, 1951). Rpt. in Bunting, Collected Poems (London: Fulcrum Press, 1968), pp. 37-48 ["One cribbed in a madhouse | set about with diagnoses," p. 45].

Martin Burke, "Tain," "Ezra Pound." The Galway Review, April 19, 2014. Free online.

Clint Burnham, Pound @ Guantánamo: 20 Poems, 2005-2014.  Vancouver, BC: Talonbooks, 2016.

Edward Butscher, "The age demanded an image: a villanelle for Ezra Pound." Little Magazine 5.2 (Summer 1971): 8-9.

Witter Bynner, "Ezra Pound." In Emanuel Morgan [i.e., Witter Bynner], Pins for Wings (New York: The Sunwise Turn, 1920), p. 24. Free online. Rpt. in Bynner, Selected Poems, ed., and with a critical introd., by Richard Wilbur. Biographical introd. by James Kraft (New York: Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1978), p. 91, free online, and Bynner, The Selected Witter Bynner: Poems, Plays, Translations, Prose, and Letters, ed. James Kraft (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1995), p. 51, free online.

Laurie Byro, "Daphne, With Your Thighs in Bark. After Ezra Pound." Hopeless Romance (independently published, 2020), p. 8.

Laurie Byro, "Ezra." La Dogaressa & Other Poems (Benton, Arkansas: Cowboy Buddha Publishing, LLC, 2018).

Laurie Byro, "Ezra Pound, a Village Explainer (Gertrude Stein)." South Florida Poetry Journal 6 (August 2017). Free online.

 

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