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Julio Cabrales, "El espectro de la rosa." Managua, marzo 1967. El pez y la serpiente (Managua) 11 (verano 1970): 139-146. Rpt. in Nueva antología de la poesía nicaragüense: Organizada por la revista "El Pez y la serpiente" (Managua: Ediciones El Pez y la Serpiente, 1972), pp. 243-249; Poesía nicaragüense, selección y prólogo de Ernesto Cardenal (La Habana: Casa de las Américas, 1973), pp. 521-529; Poesía nueva de Nicaragua, selección y prólogo de Ernesto Cardenal (Buenos Aires and México: Ediciones Carlos Lohlé, 1974), pp. 343-350; Cabrales, Omnibus (León: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de Nicaragua, 1975), pp. 52-59; Alero (Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala) (1975): 33-37; Flor y canto: antología de poesía nicaragüense, [ed.] Ernesto Cardenal (Managua, Nicaragua: Ediciones Centroamericanas Anama, 1998), pp. 323-330; El siglo de la poesía en Nicaragua. Neovanguardia. Grupos del 60, independientes y poetas del 70 al 80 (1960-1980). III Tomo. Selección, introducciones y notas de Julio Valle-Castillo (Managua: Fundación Uno, 2005), pp. 437-444, free online; and Nijinsky o miradas alrededor del dios de la danza (Kimura Gaman ediciones, 2018), pp. 15-22, free online. Free online and here and here and here and here and here.

Julio Cabrales, "Sonata para enflorar tu psiquis abolida." Papeles de Son Armadans 50.150 (Sept. 1968): 273-278. Rpt. in El siglo de la poesía en Nicaragua. Neovanguardia. Grupos del 60, independientes y poetas del 70 al 80 (1960-1980). III Tomo. Selección, introducciones y notas de Julio Valle-Castillo (Managua: Fundación Uno, 2005), pp. 444-447. Free online.

Louis Cabri, Posh Lust (Vancouver: New Star Books, 2014) [includes a poem about Pound].

Louis Cabri, "A remumblery." W (Kootenay School of Writing, Vancouver, BC, Canada) 2 (Summer 2000). Free online. Rpt. in Cabri, The Mood Embosser (Toronto: Coach House Books, 2001), pp. 110-122.

Susana Cabuchi, "Jean-Arthur Rimbaud." Una antología de la poesía argentina (1970-2008), Jorge Fondebrider, selección, prólogo y notas (Santiago de Chile: LOM Ediciones, 2008). Free online.

Kevin Cadwallender, "Between Rivers." Dances with Vowels (Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire, England: Smokestack Books, 2009), p. 32.

Kevin Cadwallender, "Listen, Listen." Public: Poems (North Shields, Northumberland, England: Iron Press, 2001), p. 28.

John Cage, "James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: An Alphabet." X: Writings '79-'82 ([Middletown, CT]: Wesleyan University Press, 1983), pp. 53-101 [XXVI, pp. 89-91, free online]. Translated into French by Carol Richards as "James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: Un alphabet," John Cage, ed. Daniel Charles (Toulouse: Edouard Privat, 1987-1988), pp. 11-50 (Revue d'Esthétique; new series no. 13-15). Translated into German by Klaus Reichert as "James Joyce, Marcel Duchamp, Erik Satie: Ein Alphabet," Neuland: Ansätze zur Musik der Gegenwart [Bergisch Gladbach] 5 (1984-1985): 339-363, rpt. in Cage, Empty Mind, eds. Marie Luise Knott and Walter Zimmermann (Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2012), pp. 69-134.

Nanni Cagnone, "XXVII." What's Hecuba to Him or He to Hecuba? trans. David Verzoni (New York: Out of London Press, 1975). Translated into English by Paul Vangelisti in Cagnone, Le cose innegabili = Undeniable things, trans. Paul Vangelisti; drawings by William Anastasi (Modena, Italy: Galleria Mazzoli, Savignano sul Panaro (MO): Tipolitografia, 2010). Free online.

Daniel Calabrese, "Cerca del puerto." Jinetes del aire: poesía contemporánea de Latinoamérica y el Caribe, introducción, selección y notas, Margarito Cuéllar; prólogo, Julio Ortega (Santiago de Chile: RIL Editores, 2011), p. 395. Free online. Rpt. in Calabrese, Ruta Dos (Santiago de Chile: El Mercurio-Aguilar, 2013), free online; Voces de América Latina II, María Farazdel [Palitachi], compiladora (Kingwood, Tex.: mediaisla editores, 2016), p. 13, free online; Cuadernos del Hipogrifo: Revista semestral de literatura hispanoamericana y comparada 8 (2017): 321, free online and here; Cien años de poesía hispanoamericana (Antología), Federico Díaz-Granados (comp.) (Bogotá: Planetalector, 2017), free online; and 25 Poetas Argentinos Contemporaneos: Tomo 1, los que se fueron, antólogo Santiago Sylvester; prólogo Arturo Prins (Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires: Ediciones Papiro, 2019), free online (first page, second page). Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Translated into Italian by Alessio Brandolini as "Vicino al porto" in Calabrese, Ruta dos, a cura di Alessio Brandolini (Roma: Edizioni Fili d’Aquilone, 2015) (Spanish and Italian on facing pages). Free online. Translated into Italian by Antonio Nazzaro as "Vicino al porto." Free online. A reading by the poet.

Orlando Florencio Calgaro, "Ezra Pound." In: Beatriz Vallejos, Guillermo Ibáñez, Orlando F. Calgaro, Rubén O. Plaza, Poemas (Rosario: Ediciones La Ventana, 1979). Free online.

Santo Calì, Yossiph Shyryn, a cura di Nat Scammacca e Giovanni Miraglia; introduzione e versione inglese di Jack Hirschman = introduction and English translation by Jack Hirschman; illustrazioni di Sebastiano Milluzzo (Palermo: Arci Sicilia, 2001).

Damaris Calderón Campos, "Sílabas, Ecce homo." Sílabas, ecce homo (Santiago de Chile: Editorial Universitaria, 1999). Rpt. in Calderón, "Sílabas, Ecce homo." Cyber Humanitatis [revista electrónica] 16 (primavera 2000), free online and here and here; Calderón, "Sílabas. Ecce homo." La Gaceta de Cuba 2 (marzo-abril 2000): 51; Calderón, Sílabas, ecce homo (La Habana, Cuba: Letras Cubana, 2001), p. 65; Calderón, "Poemas del video 'Muerte sin Fin,'" Cyber Humanitatis 17 (verano 2001), free online and here and here; and Calderón, Mi cabeza está en otra parte: (1997-2015) ([Chile]: Alquimia Ediciones, 2017). Free online and here and here and here and here and here. Portuguese translation by Antonio Miranda.

Bill Calkins, "'This half savage county---out of date.'" 11 Sept. 1965. Grande Ronde Review (La Grande, OR) 1.4/5 ([1966]). Free online.

Robert Calvert, "the legend of ezra pound." Centigrade 232 (Quasar Books, 1977; rpt. London: Gonzo Multimedia, 2012 [book]; Voiceprint, 2011 [CD]). A reading by the poet.

Jason Camlot, "Phono Kit." Poetry Nation: The North American Anthology of Fusion Poetry, eds. Regie Cabico & Todd Swift (Montréal, Québec, Canada: Véhicule Press, 1998), pp. 125-127. Free online (first page, last two pages).

James R. Campbell, "They're Casting Busts of Lassie at the Foundry." The Sound of Eagles Soaring Is Suggested and Other Poems (Columbus, OH: Gatekeeper Press, 2017). Free online.

Mary Belle Campbell, "An Elegy for Ezra Pound." June 1977. St. Andrews Review 5.1 (Autumn-Winter 1978): 138. Rpt. in Poetry Under the Stars (Durham, NC: Moore Publishing Company, 1979); Campbell, The Business of Being Alive: Selected Poems (Laurinburg, N.C.: St. Andrews Press, 1982); and St. Andrews Review 29 (1985): 13.

Mary Belle Campbell, "The Sane Inside the Insane Asylum." St. Andrews Review 29 (1985): 12.

Mary Belle Campbell, "Venice Revisited." St. Andrews Review (ca. 1983-1985): 62.

Augusto de Campos, "Desplacebo." 1977. Não: poemas (São Paulo, SP, Brasil: Perspectiva, 2003), p. 17. Translated into Spanish in Campos, Lenguaviaje: Antología. Selección, prólogo y notas: Gonzalo Aguilar (Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes, 2019), pp. 156-157 (Portuguese, free online, and Spanish, free online, on facing pages).

Augusto de Campos, "EPitaph." La Livre: An Homage to Ezra Pound. Ed. Patrizio Peterlini with essays of Augusto De Campos, Wieland Schmied, Eugen Gomringer, Steve MacCaffery. Verona: Archivio F. Conz associazione culturale, 2008. Free online and here and here and here.

Gustavo Campos, "Del comienzo de los hombres." Del comienzo de los hombres (2009). Free online and here and here.

Haroldo de Campos, Galáxias, 2a ed. revista (São Paulo: Editora 34, 2004) [Canto 33 evokes a 1959 meeting with Ezra Pound in Rapallo—"o prédio na via mameli tuesday 4 p.m."—paraphrasing a note from Pound to Campos ("De Campos – O.K. – Via Mameli 23, int. 34 – Tuesday 4 p.m. (ore 16). E. Pound"), which is quoted in Haroldo de Campos, "Ezra Pound: I punti luminosi," O segundo arco-íris branco, org. por Carmen de P. Arruda Campos e Thelma Médici Nóbrega (São Paulo: Iluminuras, 2010), pp. 191-203 (at 192), and rpt. in Jasmin Wrobel, "Cicatrizes textuais e um encontro escuro-luminoso: Seguindo os passos de Haroldo de Campos pela Europa (1959-1964)," Roteiros de palavras, sons, imagens, Jasmin Wrobel (org.) (Frankfurt am Main: TFM, Verlag Teo Ferrer de Mesquita, 2018), pp. 173-199 (at 178), free online and here, and in Jasmin Wrobel, "(Textuelle) Reiserouten, Begegnungen, ‹Stolpersteine›: Eine historisch-biografische Einordnung der Galáxias," Topografien des 20. Jahrhunderts: die memoriale Poetik des Stolperns in Haroldo de Campos' Galáxias (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2020), pp. 123-236 (at 136), free online and here and here).

Haroldo de Campos, "meninos eu vi." Folha de São Paulo (2 de março de 1991). Rpt. in Campos, Os melhores poemas de Haroldo de Campos, seleção de Inês Oseki-Dépré (São Paulo, SP: Global, 1992), pp. 144-146, and Campos, Crisantempo: no espaço curvo nasce um (São Paulo, SP: Editora Perspectiva, 1998), pp. 89-93. Translated into English as "Kids I've Seen" in Haroldo de Campos in Conversation: In Memoriam 1929-2003, eds. Bernard McGuirk and Else R.P. Vieira (London: Zoilus Press, 2007), pp. 332-337 (Portuguese and English on facing pages). Translated into French by Inês Oseki-Dépré as "Les gosses, j'ai vu…." Impressions du Sud (1992). Translated into Italian by Giovanni Cutolo as "vidi fanciulli" in Il Verri (1999): 87-90. Translated into Spanish by Victor Sosa as "niños yo vi," Poesía y Poética 23 (Otoño 1996): 42-49 (Portuguese and Spanish on facing pages), free online (page 42, pages 43-49). Translated into Spanish by Pedro Marqués de Armas as "niños yo vi" here.

Haroldo de Campos, "o poeta ezra pound desce aos infernos." Crisantempo: no espaço curvo nasce um (São Paulo, SP: Editora Perspectiva, 1998), p. 83. Rpt. in Cult: Revista Brasileira de Literatura, São Paulo, 13 (agosto de 1998): 23. Free online and here and here and here and here. Rpt., with a translation by Rodolfo Jaruga under the title "the poet Ezra Pound visits hell," in Jaruga, "Ezra Pound's Arrival in Brazil," Make It New 4.1-2 (September 2017): 57-66. Free online. Translated into English by Micaela Kramer as "The Poet Ezra Pound Descends to Hell" in de Campos, Novas: Selected Writings, ed. and with an introd. by Antonio Sergio Bessa and Odile Cisneros; foreword by Roland Greene (Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, 2007), p. 151. Free online.

Janine Canan, "Her Voices." Her Magnificent Body: New & Selected Poems, 1968-1985 (San Francisco, Calif.: ManRoot, 1986), p. 62. Free online. The final version of Her Magnificent Body is housed in the Papers of Janine Canan, 1960-2004, MsC 792, Special Collections Department, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, IA. Finding aid.

Canibus [Germaine Williams], "Yale University Freestyle." Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Marcos Canteli, Catálogo de incesantes (Velilla de San Antonio (Madrid): Bartleby, 2008). Excerpts were published as "De Catálogo de incesantes," Mandorla: Nueva escritura de las Americas • New Writing from the Americas 12 (2009): 87-96 [Confluencia en nostalghia]. Free online and here. The section "Confluencia en nostalghia" was translated into English by Amanda LaBerge as "confluence in Nostalghia," Called Back Books Sampler (2017), pp. 62-65 (Spanish and English in parallel columns), free online.

César E. Cantoni, "Discurso." Los días habitados (Argentina: Acta Literaria, 1978), p. 55. Rpt. in Cantoni et al., Años de ceniza y escombros: (nueva poesía de los años '80) (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Ocruxaves, 1988), p. 24.

David Caplan, "On a Late Photograph of Ezra Pound." On a photograph by David Lees, taken in Venice in 1964. At Length, 2020? Free online. Rpt. in Caplan, Into My Garden: Poems (Teaneck, NJ: Ben Yehuda Press, 2020), pp. 35-40.

Ion Caraion, "Vizite." Viaţa românească: revistă a Uniunii Scriitorilor din R.P.R. 22 (1969): 49. Translated into English as "Visits" in Caraion, Ion Caraion: Poems, English transl. by Marguerite Dorian and Elliott B. Urdang (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1981), pp. 8-9 (Romanian and English on facing pages). Translated into French as "Visites" in Caraion, Le chant de l'unique: Cîntecul singurei (Bucarest: Editura Eminescu, 1979), pp. 70-71 (Romanian and French on facing pages). Translated into French by Jean-Pierre Vallotton as "Visites" in Caraion, La neige qui jamais ne neige et autres poèmes, préface et traduction de Jean-Pierre Vallotton (Lausanne: Editions l'Age d'Homme, 1992), pp. 58-59.

Ernesto Cardenal, Cántico cósmico (Managua: Editorial Nueva Nicaragua, 1989) [Cantiga 43. Omega, pp. 559-581]. Free online. Rpt. in Cardenal, Poesía completa (Cántico cósmico), Tomo III, presentación de José Luis Rivas (Xalapa, Veracruz, México: Universidad Veracruzana, 2007) [Cantiga 43. Omega, pp. 1463-1485]. Translated into English as Cardenal, Cosmic Canticle, transl. John Lyons (Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1993) [Cantiga 43. Omega, pp. 465-484]. A passage from Cántico cósmico, pp. 576-577 (mentioning Pound), was rpt. in John Lyons's translation in Divine Inspiration: The Life of Jesus in World Poetry, assembled and ed. by Robert Atwan, George Dardess, and Peggy Rosenthal (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998), pp. 436-437, free online. Translated into Italian as Cardenal, Cantico cosmico, traduzione di Celina Moncada; a cura di Cristiana Zamparo (Milano: Rayuela Edizioni, 2013) (Spanish and Italian on opposite pages).

Ernesto Cardenal, "Epístola a José Coronel Urtecho." Revista del Pensamiento Centroamericano (Managua, Nicaragua) 31.150 (Enero-Mayo 1976): 44-49. Free online. Rpt. in El pez y la serpiente (Managua) 17 (verano 1976): 11-19, free online; Cardenal, La santidad de la revolución (Salamanca: Ediciones Sígueme, Colección Pedal, 1976), pp. 81-92; Cardenal, Poesía y revolución: antología poética (México: Editorial Edicol, 1979), pp. 141-147; and Cardenal, Nueva antología poética (México: Siglo Veintiuno Editores, 1980), pp. 275-285. Translated into English by Paul W. Borgeson, Jr. as "Epistle to José Coronel Urtecho," Zero Hour and Other Documentary Poems, selected and ed. by Donald D. Walsh, with an introductory essay by Robert Pring-Mill; translations by Paul W. Borgeson, Jr., Jonathan Cohen, Robert Pring-Mill, and Donald D. Walsh (New York: New Directions, 1980), pp. 91-97.

Ernesto Cardenal, "Viaje a Nueva York." Casa de las Américas (1974): 70-82. Rpt. in Cardenal, Poesía escogida (Barcelona: Barral Editores, 1975), pp. 253-278; Cardenal, Antología (Barcelona: Editorial Laia, 1978), pp. 227-245; Cardenal, Poesía de uso: antología 1949-1978, introd. de Joaquín Marta Sosa; selección de Ernesto Cardenal y Joaquín Marta Sosa (Buenos Aires: El Cid Editor, 1979), pp. 345-360; Cardenal, Poesía y revolución: antología poética (México: Editorial Edicol, 1979), pp. 105-119; Cardenal, Nueva antología poética (México: Siglo Veintiuno Editores, 1988), pp. 241-263, free online; Voces con ciudad: poesía de la ciudad del siglo XX, selección y prólogo de Miguel Arnulfo Ángel (México, D.F.: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, 2000), pp. 176-192; Cardenal, Poesía reunida (Barcelona: Editorial Andrés Bello, 2002), pp. 287-305; Cardenal, Poesía completa, Tomo 2 (Xalapa, Veracruz: Universidad Veracruzana, 2008), pp. 630-646; and Cardenal, Pasajero de tránsito (Madrid: Editorial Trotta, 2009), pp. 22-36. Translated into English by Jonathan Cohen as "Trip to New York," Zero Hour and Other Documentary Poems, selected and ed. by Donald D. Walsh, with an introductory essay by Robert Pring-Mill; translations by Paul W. Borgeson, Jr., Jonathan Cohen, Robert Pring-Mill, and Donald D. Walsh (New York: New Directions, 1980), pp. 69-83. Translated into Portuguese by Mariana Ruggieri as "Viagem a Nova York." Free online.

Reyes Cárdenas, "La Autobiografia de Reyes Cárdenas." El Grito 7.3 [La voz poética del Chicano] (March-May 1974): 10-25 [9, p. 13]. Free online.

Eliot Cardinaux, "I lie, like Hilda." Guide to Torment (2014). Rpt. in Hear Here! (Liberal Arts Literary Journal, New England Conservatory) (2015). Free online and here. About this poem, the poet wrote: "My poem 'I lie, like Hilda,' explores specifically what I imagine to have been Pound's 'leap' into insanity, leaving his dignity behind in favor of his opinions, or if you can call them that, convictions." ("Four Poems from 'Guide to Torment,'" free online).

Maria Clelia Cardona, "Le fuggevoli cose." Translated into English by Ben Baker and John Gery as "The Fleeting Things" in 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. 26-27 (Italian and English on facing pages).

Maria Clelia Cardona, "Sciame sismico." Translated into English by Massimo Bacigalupo as "Seismic Swarm" in 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. 28-29 (Italian and English on facing pages).

Helen Carlson, "Little Red Barns." Pound Newsletter 8 (Oct. 1955): 27.

Michael Carlson, "With Tapers Quenched." Cement Guitar (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2003), p. 36.

Ezra Carnegie, Book of Poem: 21 Story. v. 1, Ezra Pound of Flesh (London: Wosift Scrolls, 1991).

D[amian]. A. Carpenter, "Hey Mr. Warren (Awake with a Branded Soul)." Shawangunk Review 17 (Spring 2006): 152-153. Free online. Rpt. in Shawangunk Review 20 (Fall 2009): 123-124. Free online.

Gerardo Carrera, [poem about Pound]. Signos del viaje ([Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico]: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes / Instituto Coahuilense de Cultura / La Fragua, 2007).

Jim Carroll, "For Ezra Pound." Living at the Movies (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1973; rpt. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England, and New York: Penguin, 1981), p. 32. Free online. Rpt. in Carroll, Fear of Dreaming: The Selected Poems of Jim Carroll (New York: Penguin Books, 1993), p. 34, free online.

Hayden Carruth, "The Asylum." Poetry 91.4 (January 1958): 219-224. Free online. Rpt. in Carruth, The Crow and the Heart, 1946-1959 (New York: Macmillan, 1959), pp. 48ff.; ("substantially changed from earlier versions") in Carruth, For You: Poems (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1970), pp. 3-11; and in Carruth, Collected Longer Poems (Port Townsend: Copper Canyon Press, 1993), pp. 3-10. Free online. Worksheets for "The Asylum" and a manuscript of The Crow and the Heart are housed in the Hayden Carruth Papers, 1897-2009, mss-061, Special Collections, Silver Special Collections Library, University of Vermont Libraries, Burlington, Vermont. Finding aid.

Hayden Carruth, "A Few Dilapidated Arias." Toward the Distant Islands: New & Selected Poems (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 2006), pp. 165-179 [Section 6, p. 167, free online and here]. Rpt. in Carruth, Last Poems (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 2012), pp. 117-131 [Section 6, p. 119, free online]. A computer disk of "A Few Dilapidated Arias" and an annotated manuscript of Toward the Distant Islands are housed in the Hayden Carruth Papers, 1897-2009, mss-061, Special Collections, Silver Special Collections Library, University of Vermont Libraries, Burlington, Vermont. Finding aid.

Hayden Carruth, "Poem." The Beloit Poetry Journal 14.1 (Fall 1963): 16.

Hayden Carruth, "Vermont." The Hudson Review 29.2 (Summer 1976): 173-184. Free online. Rpt. in Carruth, Brothers, I Loved You All: (Poems, 1969-1977) (New York: Sheep Meadow Press, 1978), pp. 36-50, and Carruth, Collected Longer Poems (Port Townsend, Washington: Copper Canyon Press, 1994), pp. 99-113. Worksheets for "Vermont" and manuscripts of Brothers, I Loved You All are housed in the Hayden Carruth Papers, 1897-2009, mss-061, Special Collections, Silver Special Collections Library, University of Vermont Libraries, Burlington, Vermont. Finding aid.

Sheridan Carter, "Montage Poem (for Ezra Pound)." The New Gramophone Room: Poetry & Fiction, selected by C.K. Stead, Elizabeth Smither, and Kendrick Smithyman (Auckland, N.Z.: Dept. of English, University of Auckland, 1985).

Luís Filipe Castro Mendes, "Tirei da gaveta o Ezra Pound." Lendas da Índia (Lisboa: Dom Quixote, 2011), p. 133. Free online. Translated into French in Castro Mendes, Légendes de l'Inde = Lendas da Índia, Edition bilingue, traduction du portugais Isabelle et Remy Hourcade, Fabienne Vallin (Avignon: Wallada, 2020).

Mike Castro, "Ez/Ra Pound"; "Of 'In a Station of the Metro.'" Nidus Plexus: A Metric Montage (Valrico, FL: Oneiros Books, 2014), pp. 91-93. Free online.

The Cat Empire, "The Crowd." The Cat Empire (Australia: Two Shoes, 2003) [CD]. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Audio.

Alan Catlin, "Among the Works of Ezra Pound." Neo-Runes: Poetry (Las Vegas, NV: Ltd. Editions Press, 1997). Rpt. in Catlin, Drunk and Disorderly, Selected Poems (1978-2000) (Columbus, OH: Pavement Saw Press, 2003).

Alan Catlin, "from Memories: The Berrigan Sequence" [467]. Otoliths: a magazine of many e-things, Rockhampton, Qld, Australia, Feb. 21, 2022. Free online.

Frank Cebulski, "Only Emotion Endures." Only Emotion Endures (Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2009), pp. 15-24 [IV, pp. 21-22, free online].

Giuseppe Centore, "Per Ezra Pound rapsodia n° 2." Ezra Pound 1972-1992, a cura di Luca Gallesi (Milano: Greco & Greco, 1992), pp. 205-209.

Luca Cesari, "Per Ezra. (Dopo l'esecuzione di Tenebrae di Adriano Guarnieri/ For Ezra. (After listening to Adriano Guarnieri's Tenebrae)," 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. 36-37.

Luca Cesari and Massimo Pulini, Il cielo del tempio. Un libro di pietra per il Malatestiano e per Ezra Pound. Canti scolpiti di Luca Cesari e ardesie dipinte di Massimo Pulini (Ravenna: Essegi, 1991). A book of art work and poems inspired by Pound.

Ruxandra Cesereanu, "Schizo." Crusader-Woman, trans. Adam J. Sorkin; with Ruxandra Cesereanu, Claudia Litvinchievici and Madalina Mudure; Introd. by Andrei Codrescu. Afterword by Călin-Andrei Mihăilescu (Boston: Black Window Press, 2008), pp. 66-80 [Pound as "Ezra-the-Silver," p. 77].

Giti Chandra, "'Rest me in Chinese colours' – Some rhyming couplets on a chance meeting of China and Ezra Pound." Giti Chandra blog, November 23, 2019. Free online.

Fred Chappell, Afternoons with Allen (Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Palaemon Press, 1980) [broadside]. Rpt., as corrected, in For Robert Penn Warren: 24.IV.80, ed. Stuart Wright (Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Palaemon Press, 1980) [folio of 10 broadside poems]; Chappell, First and Last Words: Poems (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1989), p. 16, free online and here; and Chappell, Spring Garden: New and Selected Poems (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1995), p. 145, free online and here. Copies are in the Fred Chappell papers, 1944-2021 and undated, RL.00213, Archives & Manuscripts, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University Libraries, Duke University. Finding aid.

Gabriel Chávez Casazola, "1972." La mañana se llenará de jardineros (Santa Cruz de la Sierra: Editorial La Hoguera, 2014). Rpt. in Chávez Casazola, Hoja de vida (Lima: Municipalidad de Lima y Primavera Poética, 2020), pp. 35-38, free onlineFree online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Gabriel Chávez Casazola, "Se busca." Hoja de vida (Lima: Municipalidad de Lima y Primavera Poética, 2020), pp. 17-19, free online. Also published in Flor del espinillo: Internacional (Curuzú Cuatiá: Municipalidad de Curuzú Cuatiá, 2020), pp. 44-46, free onlineFree online and here and here.

Joanna Chen, "Checkpoint Calandia." Cactus Heart 7 (Spring 2014): 86-87. Free online.

Neeli Cherkovski, In the Odes: Confucius and Ezra Pound, with drawings by Courtney Gregg (Los Angeles, CA; Bagnone, Italy: Magra Books, 2018).

Marilyn Chin, "Brown Girl Manifesto (Too)." Poetry 204.2 (May 2014): 144. Full text and here and here. Rpt. in Chin, Hard Love Province: Poems (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2014), p. 55, free online and here; Chin, A Portrait of the Self as Nation: New and Selected Poems (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 2018), free online; and North American Women Poets in the 21st Century: Beyond Lyric and Language, eds. Lisa Sewell and Kazim Ali (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2020), pp. 30-31, free online. A reading by the author.

Eduardo Chirinos, "El sol que todo lo puede." Libros & Artes: revista de cultura de la Biblioteca Nacional del Perú 42-43 (Oct. 2010): 483. Free online and here and here. Translated into English by G.J. Racz as "The Sun, Which Can Do Everything," Modern Poetry in Translation (MPT) 1 (2013), free online.

A. V. Christie, "Foreword." Poetry 195.1 (October 2009): 9. Free online and here and here and here.

Frances Chung, "For Li Po." Contact / II: A Bimonthly Poetry Magazine 5.27/28/29 (Fall-Winter 1982/Winter-Spring 1983): 42. Rpt. in Premonitions: The Kaya Anthology of New Asian North American Poetry, ed. Walter K. Lew (New York: Kaya Productions, 1995), p. 53, free online, and Chung, Crazy Melon and Chinese Apple: The Poems of Frances Chung, comp. and with an afterword by Walter K. Lew (Hanover, NH: Wesleyan University Press: University Press of New England, 2000), p. 87, free online.

john tiong chunghoo, "Ezra Pound The Haiku Poet." Poem Hunter, June 20, 2012. Free online.

John Ciardi, "For Ezra Pound." American Scholar 26 (Fall 1957): 428-429. Rpt. in Best Poems of 1957: A Compilation of Original Poetry Published in Magazines of the English-Speaking World in 1957 (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1958), p. 25; Yale Literary Magazine 126.5 (Dec. 1958): 17; Ciardi, 39 Poems (New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press, 1959), pp. 73-74, free online (first page, second page); The Achievement of John Ciardi: A Comprehensive Selection of His Poems with a Critical Introduction, [ed.] Miller Williams (Glenville, Ill.: Scott, Foreman and Co., 1969), pp. 61-62; and Sou'wester 35 (October 30, 1970): 137-138. First page. A manuscript of the poem is held in the John Ciardi Papers, 1910-1997 (bulk 1960-1985), MSS15826, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Finding aid.

John Ciardi, "In the Witch-Hunting Season." The Nation 179.6 (August 7, 1954): 116. Rpt. in Ciardi, As If: Poems, New and Selected (New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1955), p. 77. Free online. Recorded by the poet on Ciardi, As If: Poems, New and Selected (New York City: Folkways Records, 1956; FL 9780). The recording is available online here.

Ruy Cinatti, "Notícia necrológica." Conversa de rotina (Lisboa: Soc. de Expansão Cultural, 1973). Rpt. in Cinatti, Antologia poética (Lisboa: Editorial Presença, 1986), pp. 154-155, and Cinatti, Obra poética (Lisboa: Imprensa Nacional-Casa de Moeda, 1992), pp. 392-393.

David Citino, "A Composite Life of the American Poet: An Experiment." The Hiram Poetry Review 30 (Spring-Summer 1981): 3-6. Free online.

David Citino, "Ezra Pound in Rome, December 7, 1941: Notes for a Radio Broadcast." Last Rites and Other Poems (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1980), pp. 42-43. Free online.

Basil B. Clark, "Fundamentalist Readers." In: Poetic Healing: A Vietnam Veteran's Journey from a Communication Perspective. Mark E. Huglen, critical commentary; Basil B. Clark, poems and plays; afterword by Bernard L. Brock (West Lafayette, Ind.: Parlor Press, 2005).

David R. Clark, "Asylum." Kenyon Review 17.3 (Summer 1955): 443. "Written at the time of Pound's commitment to a mental hospital." Rpt. in A Curious Quire: Poems by Stanley Koehler, Leon O. Barron, David R. Clark, Robert G. Tucker (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1962), p. 71, free online, and in Poems of Protest Old and New: A Selection of Poetry, ed., with an introd., by Arnold Kenseth (New York: Macmillan, 1968), p. 52.

Douglas Clark, "Review." 1967. Douglas Clark's Home Page, 2004. Free online.

J. Clark (of the Spa Bookshop in Weymouth), "Elegy in a Seaside Bookshop: An Inflationary Ode." Antiquarian Book Monthly 20.2 [no. 226] (Feb. 1993): 9.

Tom Clark, "Thinking About Pound on Shattuck Avenue." Zyzzyva: The Last Word: West Coast Writers & Artists 1.1 (Spring 1985): 134-135. Rpt. in Clark, Disordered Ideas (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1987), p. 118. Free online and here.

Austin Clarke, "Ezra Pound." Old-Fashioned Pilgrimage & Other Poems (Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1967), pp. 17-18. Free online. Rpt. in Clarke, Collected Poems, ed. Liam Miller (Dublin: Dolmen Press, 1974), pp. 364-365; Seán Lucy, "The Poetry of Austin Clarke," The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies 9.1 (June 1983) 5-21 (at 18-19); and Clarke, Collected Poems, ed. R. Dardis Clarke; with an introd. by Christopher Ricks (Manchester: Carcanet; Dublin: The Bridge Press, 2008), pp. 359-360. A typescript with a minor emendation and four pages of autograph drafts are housed in the Austin Clarke Papers, MSS 38,651-38,708, National Library of Ireland, Dublin. Finding aid.

George Elliott Clarke, [poem about poet (and Communist) Langston Hughes "trying" Ezra Pound for supporting Fascist Italy]. War Canticles (Montreal, QC: Vallum Society for Education in Arts & Letters, 2022) (Vallum chapbook series, no. 34).

George Elliott Clarke, "Au Tombeau de Pound (II) (a Cimitero, Venezio)." Vallum: Contemporary Poetry 3.2 (Fall-Winter 2005): 53. A holograph draft and email are in the George Elliott Clarke Papers, Ms. Coll. 00206B, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto Libraries, Toronto. Finding aid.

George Elliott Clarke, "Calculated Offensive"; "Au Tombeau de Pound"; "Onerous Canon." Blue (Vancouver, B.C.: Polestar, 2001), pp. 23, 52, 67-68.

George Elliott Clarke, "Calculated Offensive"; "Onerous Canon." Blues and Bliss: The Poetry of George Elliott Clarke, selected with an introd. by Jon Paul Fiorentino; and an afterword by George Elliott Clarke (Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2008), pp. 34 (free online and here), 38-39 (free online).

George Elliott Clarke, "Dr. Lowell Beardsley, Ph.D.: An Anatomy." I & I (Fredericton, NB: Goose Lane Editions, 2009), pp. 105-113 [VIII, pp. 108-109, free online]. In II: Corpus Christi, pp. 85-178.

George Elliott Clarke, "Ezra Pound Visits Rimini, 1935 (II)." Canticles I (MMXVII) (Toronto: Guernica Editions, 2017), pp. 377-381. An earlier version was published in Comparative Literature for the New Century, eds. Giulia de Gasperi and Joseph Pivato (Kingston (ON) and Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2018), pp. 138-144.

George Elliott Clarke, "George & Rue: Coda. II Trials & Convictions"; "Poetry: 1/7/75-1/7/05. II. The Canon"; "Au Tombeau de Pound (II)"; "V.i"; ""V.ii"; "Wintering"; "Will." Black (Vancouver, B.C.: Polestar, 2006), pp. 15, 35, 46, 48, 49, 50, 139-141.

George Elliott Clarke, "Homage to Hardial Bains (1939-1997)." Oyster Boy Review 12 (January 2000). Free online.

George Elliott Clarke, "Mao Reads Pound"; "Addendum To 'Pisan Canto' For St. Louis Till." Windsor Review 50.1 (Spring 2017): 15-19. Free online.

George Elliott Clarke, "Onerous Canon." Canadian Literature 168 (Spring 2001): 12. Free online. Rpt. in Clarke, Blue (Vancouver: Polestar, 2001), pp. 67-68.

John Clarke, "Resigned, to My Life of Words." February 14, 1992 Valentine's Day. In the Analogy (Toronto and Buffalo: Shuffaloff Books, 1997), p. 244.

Wiley Clements, "Letter to Ezra Pound (1959)." New Classic Poems: Contemporary Verse that Rhymes: An Anthology, comp. and ed. by Neil Harding McAlister; illustrated by Jonathan Day (Port Perry, Ont.: Neil Harding McAlister, 2005), p. 92. Free online. Rpt. in The New Formalist 7.1 (2007). Free online.

Joel Climenhaga, "Pine Trees; Gasoline; Insects." Kansas Quarterly 20.1-2 (Winter/Spring 1988): 122. Rpt. in Climenhaga, Yoke on My Heart, Wanderlust, Options: 20 Poems on Interweaving Themes (Americus, Kan.: Shadow Press, 1994).

Richard Cloke, "Afflatus." San Fernando Poetry Journal 14.1 (1992): 16.

Joshua Clover, "The Transformation Problem." Red Epic (Oakland, California: Commune Editions, 2015), pp. 23-27. Free online.

Andrei Codrescu, "Letter to Ezra Pound." Alien Candor: Selected Poems, 1970-1995 (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1996), p. 29. Rpt. in Codrescu, License to Carry a Gun (Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon University Press, 1998), p. 52. Free online.

David Cohea. See Brendan MacOdrum

Bruce Colbert, "Pound." The Race Lost: Selected Poems (Atlanta, Georgia: Anaphora Literary Press, 2015), p. 17. Free online.

Horace Coleman, "Silent Canto. For Ezra Pound." The Iowa Review 6.2 (Spring 1975): 36. Free online and here and here and here and here.

Victor Coleman, "Sketch from a Letter." March 1/68 Gibsons, B. C. El Corno Emplumado 29 (enero 1969) 40-43. Free online and here. Rpt. in Coleman, Corrections: Rewriting Six of My First Nine Books (Toronto, Ont.: Coach House Press, 1985), pp. 89-91. The Victor Coleman fonds, 1962-2001, R11721-0-9-E, LMS-0198 MG30-D370, is housed in Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa ON. Finding aid and here.

Wanda Coleman, "Four Beauties." Bathwater Wine (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1998), pp. 241-242 [[2.] the book thief]. Free online (first page, second page) and here (first page, second page).

Wanda Coleman, "Leave-Taking." Mercurochrome: New Poems (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 2001), pp. 229-230. Free online (first page, second page).

Antonio Colinas, "Carta a Theodoor E. H. Huygen." Poesía (1967-1981), prólogo de José Olivio Jiménez (Madrid: Visor, 1982), pp. 149-150. Rpt. in Colinas, Poesía, 1967-1981 (Madrid: Visor, 1984), pp. 161-162; Colinas, El río de sombra: treinta años de poesía, 1967-1997 (Madrid: Visor, 1999), pp. 141-142; and Colinas, Obra poética completa (1967-2010) (Madrid: Ediciones Siruela, 2013), free online (first page, second page).

Antonio Colinas, "Encuentro con Ezra Pound." Sepulcro en Tarquinia (León: Institución "Fray Bernardino de Sahagún," C.S.I.C., 1975). Rpt. in Poesía (1967-1981), prólogo de José Olivio Jiménez (Madrid: Visor, 1982), pp. 109-110; Recent Poetry of Spain: A Bilingual Anthology, transl. and ed. by Louis Hammer and Sara Schyfter (Old Chatham, N.Y.: Sachem Press, 1983), pp. 318-319; Literatura leonesa actual: estudio y antología de 17 escritores, ed. Santos Alonso (Valladolid: Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Educación y Cultura, 1986), p. 364; Periódico de poesía 1 (Mayo-Junio 1987): 14, free onlineJoven poesía española, selección de Concepción G. Moral, introducción de Rosa María Pereda (Madrid: Cátedra, 1993), p. 271; A Bilingual Anthology of Spanish Poetry: The Generation of 1970, ed. Luis A. Ramos-Garcia; transl. by Dave Oliphant; introduced by Miguel Casado (Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1997), p. 208 (translated into English by Constance Sullivan as "Encounter with Ezra Pound," p. 209); Colinas, El río de sombra: treinta años de poesía, 1967-1997 (Madrid: Visor, 1999), p. 99; Antología, poesía española 1935-2000, introducción, selección, notas y propuestas didácticas a cargo de Carmelo Guillén Acosta (Madrid: Magisterio, 2000), pp. 239-240; Hitos y señas, 1966-1996: antología crítica de poesía en castellano (27 propuestas para principios de siglo), ed. Ricardo Virtanen (Madrid: Ediciones del Laberinto, 2001), p. 329; Antología Cátedra de poesía de las letras hispánicas, selección e introducción de José Francisco Ruiz Casanova (Madrid: Cátedra, 2011, 8a ed., corregida y aumentada), p. 1116; Colinas, Obra poética completa (1967-2010) (Madrid: Ediciones Siruela, 2013); and Colinas, Lumbres, introducción y edición de María Sánchez-Pérez y Antonio Sánchez Zamarreño; selección de Antonio Colinas (Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca; Madrid: Patrimonio Nacional, 2016), p. 141. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here. Translated into English by M.A. de Isabel Estrada? as "An Encounter with Ezra Pound," The Image of Diversity ([Salamanca]: Junta de Castilla y León, Consejería de Educación y Cultura, 2002), pp. 123-124, free online (first page, second page). Translated into English by Ben Clark and Borja Aguiló Obrador as "Meeting with Ezra Pound," Del verso y lo adverso 9.0, 27 August 2009, free online and here. A reading by Miriam Borham of the translation by Ben Clark and Borja Aguiló Obrador. Translated into Italian by Marcela Filippi Plaza as "Incontro con Ezra Pound. Free online and here. Translated into Portuguese by Antonio Miranda as "Encontro com Ezra Pound." Free online. A reading by the poet. About his meeting with Pound, Colinas has written, "Estamos en 1971. Quiero decirles unas palabras sobre mi encuentro con el poeta norteamericano Ezra Pound, en Venecia. Encuentro que fue real y no una mera ensoñación culturalista, como bien podría deducirse, y algunos han deducido, de la lectura de este poema recogido en mi libro Sepulcro en Tarquinia." (Antonio Colinas, "Tres semblanzas de tres poetas: Rimbaud, Rilke y Pound," Barcarola: revista de creación literaria 77 (Diciembre 2011): 134-148 (at 144), free online).

Antonio Colinas, "Sepulcro en Tarquinia." Written in Monterosso al Mare, 1972. Sepulcro en Tarquinia (Leon: Institución Fray Bernardino de Sahagún, 1975). Rpt. in Nueve poetas del resurgimiento (Barcelona: Editorial Linosa, 1976), pp. 106-120; Colinas, Poesía, 1967-1981 (Madrid: Visor, 1982), pp. 113-124; Poesía española contemporánea: historia y antología (1939-1980), selección, estudio y notas de Fanny Rubio y José Luis Falcó (Madrid: Alhambra, 1982), pp. 344-354; Colinas, Poesía, 1967-1981 (Madrid: Visor, 1984), pp. 127-139; Colinas, El río de sombra: treinta años de poesía, 1967-1997 (Madrid: Visor, 1999), pp. 104-118; Poemas memorables: antología consultada y comentada (1939-1999), [eds.] José Manuel López de Abiada, Luis Martínez de Mingo, Javier Pérez Escohotado (Madrid: Editorial Castalia, 1999), pp. 206ff.; Colinas, En la luz respirada: Sepulcro en Tarquinia, Noche más allá de la noche, Libro de la mansedumbre, ed. Jose Enrique Martínez Fernández (Madrid: Cátedra, 2004); Colinas, El río de sombra: treinta años de poesía, 1967-2002 (Madrid: Visor, 2004); Colinas, Obra poética completa (Madrid: Siruela, 2011); Colinas, Obra poética completa (1967-2010) (Madrid: Ediciones Siruela, 2013); and Colinas, Lumbres, introducción y edición de María Sánchez-Pérez y Antonio Sánchez Zamarreño; selección de Antonio Colinas (Salamanca: Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca; Madrid: Patrimonio Nacional, 2016), pp. 143-156. Free online. Translated into English by Paul Archer as "A Tomb in Tarquinia." Free online.

Antonio Colinas, "To Encounter Ezra Pound -- Posthumous Instructions." Adaptation (after Pound's death) by Anthony Kerrigan. Malahat Review 66 (October 1983): 145.

Antonio Colinas, "To Ezra Pound." Confrontation: A Literary Journal of Long Island University 14 (Spring/Summer 1977): 28-29.

Bernardo Colipán Filgueira, "Pound." Comarcas (Puerto Montt, Llanquihue, Chile: EAF Impresores, 2013; revised ed., Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires: A capela, 2021). Free online and here and here.

Terry Collett, "Ezra Pound's Canto and The Girls's Behind." Sex With Miss Pinkie: & Other Poems (Booktango, 2015). Free online and here.

Michael S. Collins, "Poetry." Callaloo 25.3 (Summer 2002): 731. Free online. Rpt. in Angles of Ascent: A Norton Anthology of Contemporary African American Poetry, ed. Charles Henry Rowell (New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 2013), pp. 430-431. Free online.

Seward B. Collins, "The Expatrioteers." Brooklyn Daily Eagle (February 11, 1922): 11. Free online and here. Rpt. in The Publishers' Weekly 101.8 (February 25, 1922): 500. Free online and here.

Jack Collom, "Ezra Pound." Big Bridge 1.4 (2001). Free online.

Christopher Combest, "An Ode to Pound." Medium, Apr. 4, 2020. Free online.

Jennifer Compton, "Four Lines by Ezra Pound." Quadrant 55.9 (Sept. 2011): 61. Rpt. in The Best Australian Poems 2011, ed. John Tranter (Collingwood, Vic.: Black Inc., 2011), p. 33. Free online.

John Compton, "Ezra Pound." Stranger in the Attic of Clouds (Albany, NY: Dead Man's Press Ink., 2021).

Katie Condon, "I'm a Kick-Ass Woman." Four Way Review 16 (Fall 2019). Free online. Rpt. in Condon, Praying Naked (Columbus: Mad Creek Books, an imprint of The Ohio State University Press, 2020). Free online.

Steve Conger, One Nine Twelve Three (Lulu.com, 2016).

Robert Conquest. See Ted Pauker (pseud.)

CAConrad, "Fuck you Ezra Pound." (Soma)tic Poetry Rituals for Flying Object (Hadley, Massachusetts: Flying Object, 2014).

Mateuš Conrad, "χαρoν walking on valentine's day." Hello Poetry, Feb. 2017. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "Europe: a poetic (by Nabucco Matthias)." Hello Poetry, June 2016. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "Ezra's fragments (1966)." Hello Poetry, July 2016. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "the french subverting themselves." Hello Poetry, July 2018. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "not less than 12° beaufort." Hello Poetry, Nov. 2015. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "something about robert duncan." Hello Poetry, Oct. 2020. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "stumbling block: Kraszewski's king Piast." Hello Poetry, Jan. 2017. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "why was ezra pound an anti-taoist?" Hello Poetry, July 2018. Free online.

Mateuš Conrad, "ząb... zęby." Hello Poetry, Jan. 2017. Free online.

Giancarlo Consonni, "Canzone per Pound." Ezra Pound 1972-1992, a cura di Luca Gallesi (Milano: Greco & Greco, 1992), pp. 225-229.

Jorge Contreras Herrera, "Ya lo dijo el viejo Ezra." Círculo de Poesía, February 2017. Free online.

William Cookson, "Dorothy Shakespear Pound: Etruscan Gate." Agenda 9.2-3 (Spring/Summer 1971): 184.

Clark Coolidge, Mine: The One that Enters the Stories (Berkeley, CA: The Figures, 1982; rpt. Great Barrington, MA: The Figures, 2004), II, pp. 22-31.

Clark Coolidge, "Tilting With Bob Across West Texas." Sound as Thought: Poems, 1982-1984 (Los Angeles: Sun & Moon Press, 1990), pp. 154-156.

Stanley Cooperman, "Cappelbaum Takes out Papers." The Canadian Forum 53.636 (Jan. 1974): 4. Rpt. in Cooperman, Canadian Gothic and Other Poems (Burnaby, B.C.: West Coast Review Books, 1976) [published simultaneously as West Coast Review 11.1 (July 1976)], p. 67. Free online. A manuscript of the poem is in the Stanley Cooperman Papers, Special Collections Division, The Library of The University of British Columbia. Finding aid.

Wendy Cope, "From Strugnell's Sonnets" [vii]. Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis (London: Faber and Faber, 1986), p. 52. Free online. Rpt. in Marigolds Grow Wild on Platforms: An Anthology of Railway Poetry, ed. Peggy Poole (London: Cassell, 1996), p. 76, free online; Cope, Two Cures for Love: Selected Poems 1979-2006 (London: Faber and Faber, 2008), p. 63; and Reflections (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010), p. 140, free online. Free online and here and here and here and here. Translated into Dutch by Frans Denissen as "Uit: Sonnetten van Strugnell (vii)," De Tweede Ronde 12 (1991): 87 (with the English text printed below the Dutch translation), free online. Translated into Italian by Anna Maria Robustelli as "Sonetto VII" in Anna Maria Robustelli, "Un così forte desiderio di ali," Annuario (Liceo Ginnasio Statale "Orazio," Roma) 1 (Anno scolastico 2007-2008): 36-62 (at 41), free online.

José María Corbalán, "T. V. color." Los años borrachos (Murcia: Editora Regional de Murcia, 2003), pp. 108-109. Free online.

William Corbett, Columbus Square Journal 12 October 1974-12 October 1975 (Lenox, Mass.: Angel Hair Books, 1976) [7 March]. Rpt. in Corbett, Collected Poems (Orono, Me.: National Poetry Foundation, 1984) [7 March, pp. 52-53] and Corbett, New & Selected Poems (Zoland Books, 1995) [7 March, pp. 89-90].

William Corbett, "Washington's Birthday." Sulfur 2.3 [no. 6] (1983): 90-92. Free online. Rpt. in Corbett, Collected Poems (Orono, Me.: National Poetry Foundation, 1984), pp. 141-142. Manuscripts and proofs of Collected Poems are housed in the National Poetry Foundation (University of Maine) Records, 1957-1994, Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine, Orono. Finding aid.

Alfred Corn, "Pound-Eliot Sestina." McSweeney's (July 20, 2005). Free online. Rpt. in The McSweeney's Joke Book of Book Jokes (New York: Vintage Books, 2008), pp. 79-80, free online, and The Incredible Sestina Anthology, ed. Daniel Nester (Austin, Tex.: Write Bloody Publishing, 2013), free online.

José Coronel Urtecho, "Paneles de infierno." February 1980. Nicaráuac: revista bimestral del Ministerio de CuItura (Managua, Nicaragua) 1.1 (mayo y junio de 1980): 133-140. Free online. Rpt. as Coronel Urtecho, Paneles de infierno (Managua, Nicaragua: Empresa Nicaragüense de Ediciones Culturales (ENIEC) del Ministerio de Cultura de Nicaragua, 1981), free online, and in Coronel Urtecho, Oda a Rubén Darío: poemas selectos (Caracas: Fundación Biblioteca Ayacucho, 2005), pp. 138-146. Free online.

Adriano Corrales Arias, "Oda a los heterónimos de Lisboa." Kabanga (San José, Costa Rica: Ediciones Arboleda, 2008). Free online and here and here. A reading by the author.

Julio Cortázar, "Aquí Alejandra." Salvo el crepúsculo (México, D.F.: Editorial Nueva Imagen, S.A., 1984; Madrid: Alfaguara, 1985). Rpt. in Cortázar, Obras completas. IV. Poesía y poética, edición de Saúl Yurkievich; con la colaboración de Gladis Anchieri; prólogo de Rosalba Campra (Barcelona: Galaxia Gutenberg, 2005), pp. 288-292, and Teresa Rosenvinge, "La oscuridad que aún brilla en las voces de Olga Orozco y Alejandra Pizarnik," Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos 707 (mayo 2009): 31-37 (at 33-34), free online. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Translated into English by Stephen Kessler as "Come Here Alejandra" in Cortázar, Save Twilight: Selected Poems of Julio Cortázar (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2016), pp. 119-128 (Spanish and English on facing pages).

Brenda Coultas, "Servetta Muta." The Writing of an Hour (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2022), p. 35, free online and here. Free online.

C. N. Couvelis, "Για Ενα Χρεος Επαναστασεων Να Μιλησω Στον Βλαδιμηρο Μαγιακοφσκι." Art Poetica Couvelis, Oct. 2020. Free online.

C. N. Couvelis, "Greek Hymns to Mankind-ελληνικοι Υμνοι Στην Ανθρωποτητα-The Greek Cantos to Mankind-Poetry-ποιηση-χ.ν.κουβελης C.N. Couvelis." Art Poetica Couvelis, Oct. 2020. Free online.

Malcolm Cowley, "Three Americans in Paris. II. Ezra Pound." The Literary Review of the New York Evening Post (January 14, 1922), Sect. 3, p. 351. Free online. Rpt., as revised, as "Three Memories of the Jazz Age . . . II. Ezra Pound at the Hotel Jacob: 1921," Saturday Review of Literature, New York, XLIX.31 (30 July 1966) 47. Free online and here and here. Rpt. in Cowley, Blue Juniata. Collected Poems (New York: The Viking Press [1968]), p. 59, and James Michael Kempf, The Early Career of Malcolm Cowley: A Humanist among the Moderns (Baton Rouge and London: Louisiana State University Press, 1985), pp. 101-102, free online (first page, second page).

Morris Cox, "Ezra Pound." Poems 1970-1971 (London: Gogmagog Press, 1972). Free online.

Vittorio Cozzoli, "Pound: 'Credete che il popolo sia contento?'" Dunque, l'Arte che vuole? poesie (Castelfranco Veneto (TV): Biblioteca dei Leoni, 2014), p. 27. Free online.

Robert Creeley, Histoire de Florida (Santa Rosa: Ferriss Editions, 1996). New Smyrna Beach, Florida 28 November-13 December, 1994. Also in Notre Dame Review 5 (1998): 1-19. Free online. Rpt. in Creeley, Life & Death (New York: New Directions, 1998), pp. 3-19; Creeley, The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley 1975-2005 (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2006), pp. 467-483; and Creeley, Selected Poems, 1945-2005, ed. Benjamin Friedlander (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2008), pp. 256-272. Translated into German by Susanne Darabas in Creeley, Histoire de Florida (München Materialien, Juli 2020). A reading by the poet at SUNY Buffalo, March 31, 1995. A reading by the poet at SUNY Buffalo, October 11, 1996. A reading by the poet at Harvard University, 1999. A reading by the poet at the Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center, Camden, NJ, November 21, 1999. Recorded on Creeley, Rockdrill 2: Just in Time, Poems 1976-1998 (London: Optic Nerve: Contemporary Poetics Research Centre, Birkbeck College, 2004 [CD]), free online. An edited manuscript, page proofs, and other materials relating to The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley, 1975-2005, and an edited manuscript and other materials for Selected Poems, 1945-2005, are housed in the Robert Creeley Papers, 1950-1997, M0662, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Green Library, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Finding aid.

Robert Creeley, "Mitch." Solo: A Journal of Poetry 2 (1998). Rpt. in Creeley, Life & Death (New York: New Directions, 1998), pp. 63-64, free online; The Best American Poetry. Robert Bly, Editor (New York: Scribner Poetry, 1999), pp. 51-53; The Pushcart Prize, 2000, XXIV: Best of the Small Presses, ed. Bill Henderson (Wainscott, N.Y.: Pushcart Press, 2000), pp. 92-94; The Pushcart Book of Poetry: The Best Poems from Three Decades of the Pushcart Prize, ed. Joan Murray (Wainscott, NY: Pushcart Press, 2006), pp. 501-503, free online (first two pages, last page); and Creeley, The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley 1975-2005 (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2006), pp. 516-518. An edited manuscript, page proofs, and other materials relating to The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley, 1975-2005 are housed in the Robert Creeley Papers, 1950-1997, M0662, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Green Library, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Finding aid.

Robert Creeley, "The Old Days." West Coast Line (English Department, Simon Fraser University) 24.3 (Winter 1990): 26-27. Free online. Rpt. in Creeley, The Old Days: Poems (Tarzana, Calif.: Ambrosia Press, 1991); Creeley, Echoes (New York: New Directions, 1993), pp. 49-50; Creeley, Just in Time: Poems 1984-1994 (New York: New Directions, 2001), pp. 240-242; and Creeley, The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley 1975-2005 (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2006). An edited manuscript, page proofs, and other materials relating to The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley, 1975-2005 are housed in the Robert Creeley Papers, 1950-1997, M0662, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Green Library, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Finding aid.

Robert Creeley, "Paul." 40 x 40: Forty Works by Forty Writers (Conjunctions 40), ed. Bradford Morrow (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Bard College, 2003), p. 102. Free online. Rpt. in Creeley, The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley 1975-2005 (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2006), pp. 609-610; Creeley, On Earth: Last Poems and an Essay (Berkeley and London: University of California Press, 2009), pp. 10-11, and Black Mountain Poems: An Anthology, ed., with an introd., by Jonathan C. Creasy (New York: New Directions Publishing, 2019). Translated into Spanish by Tania Favela Bustillo y Jahel Leal Merediz in Creeley, En la tierra: últimos poemas y un ensayo (México, D.F.: Textofilia Ediciones, 2008), pp 32-33 (English and Spanish on facing pages). Free online. A reading by the poet at the University of Arizona Poetry Center, Tucson, December 4, 2002. A reading by the poet at the East Vancouver Cultural Center, September 11, 2003. A reading by the poet at CUE Art Foundation, January 18, 2005. An edited manuscript, page proofs, and other materials relating to The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley, 1975-2005, and proofs and related material for On Earth: Last Poems and an Essay are housed in the Robert Creeley Papers, 1950-1997, M0662, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Green Library, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Finding aid.

Robert Creeley, "Things to Do in Tokyo." Choice: A Magazine of Poetry and Graphics (1977): 38-40. Rpt. in Creeley, Hello: A Journal, February 29-May 3, 1976 (New York: New Directions, 1978), pp. 56-59; Creeley, The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley 1975-2005 (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2006); and Creeley, Selected Poems, 1945-2005, ed. Benjamin Friedlander (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2008), pp. 177-180. A typed manuscript of Hello: A Journal, February 29-May 3, 1976; an edited manuscript, page proofs, and other materials relating to The Collected Poems of Robert Creeley, 1975-2005; and an edited manuscript and other materials for Selected Poems, 1945-2005 are housed in the Robert Creeley Papers, 1950-1997, M0662, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Green Library, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Finding aid.

Marquita Crevier, "Conversation with a Poet." Scrivener Creative Review (McGill University) Spotlight 1 (October 2018): 35. Free online and here.

Judson Crews, "This Is the Nub of It, You Force Your Will." Wormwood Review 26.3 [no. 103] (1986): 84. Free online and here and here.

Michael Cross, "cede." Double Room: A Journal of Prose Poetry and Flash Fiction 7 (Spring 2007). Free online. Rpt. as Cross, Cede (Vigilance Society Press, 2007?). Free online and here.

David Cruz, "Ezra Pound and My Lost Generation." Free online and here and here. Included, as revised, in David Cruz Jiménez, "El último invierno en Eagle Pond" (M.F.A., University of Texas at El Paso, 2021), pp. 58-59. Free online.

José María Cuéllar, "Fábula que me contó Ezra Pound." Cultura: Revista del consejo nacional para la cultura y el arte 97-98 (septiembre 2007-abril 2008): 38. Free online. Rpt. in Cuéllar, La cueva (San Salvador: Editorial Universitaria, 1979), p. 34.

Luis Alberto de Cuenca, "Me acuerdo de Bram Stoker." Aiguablava, 16 de agosto de 2005. Pliegos de Yuste: Revista de cultura ciencia y pensamiento europeos 5 (2007): 141. Free online. Rpt. in Cuenca, El reino blanco (Madrid: Visor Libros, 2010), p. 112. Free online.

Luis Alberto de Cuenca, "Religión y poesía." Por fuertes y fronteras (Madrid: Visor, 1996), p. 73. Rpt. in Cuenca, Los mundos y los días: Poesía 1972-1998 (Madrid: Visor, 1998), p. 305; Cuenca, Los mundos y los días: Poesía 1970-2002 (Madrid: Visor, 2007); Cuenca, Por las calles del tiempo: Antología personal, 1979-2010 (Sevilla: Editorial Renacimiento, 2011), p. 117, free online; Víctor Herrero de Miguel, OFMCap, "Las huellas de Dios en veinte años de poesía," Razón y fe 274.1416 (2016): 353-360 (at 354), free online; and Dios en la poesía actual: antología, edición de José Julio Cabanillas y Carmelo Guillén Acosta (Madrid: Ediciones Rialp, 2018), free online. Free online and here and here and here.

Brian Culhane, "The Last Canto." Southern Humanities Review 29.2 (Spring 1995): 170. Rpt. in Culhane, The King's Question: Poems (Saint Paul, Minn.: Graywolf Press, 2008). Free online.

E. E. Cummings, "Ballad of an Intellectual." Americana (Dec. 1932). Rpt. in Cummings, A Miscellany (New York: Argophile Press, 1958), pp. 229-230; Cummings, A Miscellany Revised, ed., with an introd. and notes, by George James Firmage, foreword by the author (New York: October House Inc., 1965), pp. 277-279, free online (first page, last two pages); Cummings, Etcetera: The Unpublished Poems, eds. George James Firmage and Richard S. Kennedy (New York and London: Liveright, 1983); Lightest Blues: Great Humor from the Thirties, text by Jane Van Nimmen, ed. Clive Giboire (New York: Imago Imprint Inc., 1984), pp. 133-134, free online (first page, second page); Cummings, Complete Poems 1904-1962, revised, corrected, and expanded edition containing all the published poetry ed. George J. Firmage (New York: Liveright, 1991), pp. 899-900, free online (first page, second page); Cummings, Selected Poems, with introd. and commentary by Richard S. Kennedy (New York: Liveright, 1994), pp. 155-157, free online (first page, last two pages) and here; Cummings, AnOther E. E. Cummings, selected and introduced by Richard Kostelanetz with John Rocco, assistant editor (New York: Liveright, 1998), pp. 30-31, free online and here; and Cummings, Etcetera: The Unpublished Poems, eds. George James Firmage and Richard S. Kennedy, Together with Uncollected Poems, ed. George James Firmage (New York and London: Liveright, 2000), pp. 266-268, free online (first two pages, last page). Free online.

E. E. Cummings, "56" ["this mind made war"]. No Thanks (New York: Golden Eagle Press, 1935). Rpt. in Cummings, Poems 1923-1954 (New York: Harcourt Brace & World, 1954), p. 317; Cummings, 100 Selected Poems (New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1959), pp. 54-56, free online; Cummings, Selected Poems, 1923-1958 (London: Faber and Faber, 1960), p. 33; Cummings, Complete Poems, 1913-1962 (New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1972), p. 441; and Cummings, Complete Poems 1904-1962, revised, corrected, and expanded edition containing all the published poetry ed. George J. Firmage (New York: Liveright, 1991), pp. 440-41, free online. Also here.

E. E. Cummings, "the phonograph may(if it likes)be prophe." ca. early 1940s. Etcetera: The Unpublished Poems, eds. George James Firmage and Richard S. Kennedy (New York and London: Liveright, 1983), p. 125. Rpt. in Cummings, Etcetera: The Unpublished Poems, eds. George James Firmage and Richard S. Kennedy, together with Uncollected Poems, ed. George James Firmage (New York and London: Liveright, 2000), p. 134, free online, and Cummings, Complete Poems, 1904-1962, revised, corrected, and expanded ed. containing all the published poetry, ed. George J. Firmage (New York: Liveright, 1991), p. 1016, free online.

James Cummins, "To Helen Vendler and Jorie Graham at Harvard." Paris Review 42.156 (Fall 2000). Rpt. in Cummins, Then & Now: Poems (Athens, Ohio: Swallow Press, 2004), pp. 17-18. Free online.

Nancy Cunard, "In the Fields." Saturday Review, London, 134.3482 (22 July 1922): 149. Rpt. in The Living Age 314.4078 (September 2, 1922): 605, free online. Also rpt. in Cunard, Sublunary (London and New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1923) and as "I Think of You" in Cunard, Selected Poems, ed. Sandeep Parmar (Manchester: Carcanet Press Limited, 2016), p. 82.

Nancy Cunard, "Pays Hanté." Sublunary (London and New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1923). Rpt. in Cunard, Selected Poems, ed. Sandeep Parmar (Manchester: Carcanet Press Limited, 2016), p. 74.

Nancy Cunard, "So May You Nail Your Sorrow to My Name's Cross." Sublunary (London and New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1923). Rpt. in Cunard, Selected Poems, ed. Sandeep Parmar (Manchester: Carcanet Press Limited, 2016), p. 83.

Nancy Cunard, "The Spiders Weave." Sublunary (London and New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1923). Rpt. in Cunard, Selected Poems, ed. Sandeep Parmar (Manchester: Carcanet Press Limited, 2016), p. 61.

Nancy Cunard, "You Have Lit The Only Candle." Saturday Review, London, 133.3473 (20 May 1922): 521. Free online and here. Rpt. in Cunard, Sublunary (London and New York: Hodder and Stoughton, 1923) and Cunard, Selected Poems, ed. Sandeep Parmar (Manchester: Carcanet Press Limited, 2016), p. 81.

Mark Cunningham, "[sort] Poems." Defenestration, April 20, 2014. Free online.

Allen Curnow, "Ezra Pound." The Press, Christchurch, N.Z., 82.24814 (2 March 1946) 5. Free online and here. Rpt. in Curnow, Sailing Or Drowning: Poems (Wellington, N.Z.: Progressive Publishing Society, 1944); Curnow, Collected Poems, eds. Elizabeth Caffin and Terry Sturm (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2017); Appendix to Allen Curnow Collected Poems, eds. Elizabeth Caffin and Terry Sturm (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2017), pp. 81-82; and Terry Sturm, Simply by Sailing in a New Direction: Allen Curnow: A Biography, ed. Linda Cassells (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 2017). Free online.

Neil Curry, "Give Us This Day." Walking To Santiago (London: Enitharmon Editions Limited, 1992), p. 20.

Grace Curtis, "The Color of Sound." The Galway Review, April 26, 2022. Free online.

Bruce Cutler, "The Cantos (in memory of Ezra Pound who died in Venice, November 1, 1972)." Kansas Quarterly 5.4 (Autumn 1973): 17.

 

 

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