Franco Ibáñez Zumel, "Crónica de viaje." Vía férrea (Chile: Casa Litterae Editores, 1990). Free online.
Guillermo Ibáñez, "Interrogaciones [I]." Poesía viva de Rosario (Rosario: Ediciones del Instituto de Estudios Nacionales, 1976), p. 172. Rpt. in La Capital (Rosario) (31 Aug. 1986): 34; Alaluz: revista de poesía, narración y ensayo (Riverside (Calif.): University of California, Department of Hispanic Studies) 30.2 (otoño 1998): 73-74; Ibáñez, Arbol de la memoria (Rosario [Argentina]: Editorial Ciudad Gótica, 2002), p. 52, free online; and Ibáñez, Obra poética (Rosario [Argentina]: Editorial Ciudad Gótica, 2016). Free online and here and here.
John Thomas Idlet. See John Thomas
Miguel Ildefonso, "El greyhound: escribir un poema es colocar una piedra en cualquier planeta abandonado." Todos los trágicos desiertos (Underwood 20 (2010)), rpt. in Colección Underwood, Tomo 3. no. 13-no. 20 (2009-2010), responsables, Ricardo Sumalavia y Julio del Valle (Lima: Estudios Generales Letras, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Perú, 2012) and Cholos: 13 poetas peruanos nacidos entre el 70 y el 90, selección y presentación de Willy Gómez Migliaro (Ciudad de Guatemala: Catafixia Editorial, 2014), pp. 15-17, free online.
John Ingwersen, "Praise to Canto 1." Sumac 2.2&3 (Winter/Spring 1970): 23. Free online.
Kenneth Irby, "Notes." Catalpa (Lawrence, Kan.: Tansy Press, 1977), p. 36. Rpt. in Irby, The Intent On: Collected Poems, 1962-2006 (Berkeley, Calif.: North Atlantic Books, 2009), pp. 275-276. Free online (first page, second page).
Kenneth Irby, To Max Douglas ([Lawrence, Kan.]: Tansy 4/Peg Leg Press, 1971). Rpt. in Irby, The Intent On: Collected Poems, 1962-2006 (Berkeley, Calif.: North Atlantic Books, 2009), pp. 181-220.
Major Jackson, "Letter to Brooks." Hoops: Poems (New York: Norton, 2006), pp. 57-125 [Logan, pp. 68-72, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page); Allegheny, pp. 91-95, free online (first page, next two pages, last two pages)].
Akhtar Hussain Jafri [Jafry], "Poem in the memory of Ezra Pound." Video.
Clive James, "Diary." London Review of Books 4.19 (21 October 1982). Free online. Rpt. as part of Sections VIII-X of James, Poem of the Year (London: Jonathan Cape, 1983), pp. 54-67. Poem of the Year was rpt. in James, The Book of My Enemy: Collected Verse, 1958-2003 (London: Picador, 2003), pp. 247-305. Free online.
Clive James, "Simple Stanzas About Modern Masters." August 2000. Australian Book Review (ABR) 233 (August 2001): 18. Rpt. in James, The Book of My Enemy: Collected Verse, 1958-2003 (London: Picador, 2003), pp. 75-76, free online and here and here (first page, second page); James, Opal Sunset: Selected Poems, 1958-2008 (New York: W. W. Norton, 2008), pp. 80-81, free online; and James, Collected Poems: 1958-2015 (New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation, 2016), free online.
Leland James, "A Rose for Ezra Pound" (+Commentary). Society of Classical Poets, November 6, 2013. Free online. Rpt. in The Society of Classical Poets Journal 2014, ed. Evan Mantyk (The Society of Classical Poets, 2014), pp. 96-100. Free online.
Mike James, "Things I Hate." As It Ought To Be, June 5, 2019. Free online.
Dean James-Robbins, Writing on Stones ([Great Britain]: Cloister House Press, 2012).
Lisa Jarnot, "The Age of the Velocipede." Talisman 19 (Winter 1998/99): 159-160. Free online. Rpt. in Jarnot, Two of Everything (San Diego, Calif.: Meow Press, 2000); Jarnot, Ring of Fire (Cambridge, Mass.: Zoland Books, 2001), pp. 16-18; and Jarnot, Ring of Fire (Cambridge: Salt, 2003), pp. 20-22.
Peter Jay, "E.P.'s Drafts and Fragments." Agenda 8.3-4 (Autumn-Winter 1970): 50. Rpt. in Unisa English Studies 15.2 (September 1977): 47.
Robinson Jeffers, "America." The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers, Vol. 4, Poetry 1903-1920, Prose, and Unpublished Writings, ed. Tim Hunt (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2000), p. 546.
Robinson Jeffers, "War-Guilt Trials." November, 1945. In Jeffers, In this Wild Water: The Suppressed Poems of Robinson Jeffers (Pasadena, Calif.: Ward Ritchie Press, 1976), p. 76. Rpt. in Jeffers, The Double Axe and Other Poems, Including Eleven Suppressed Poems, with a foreword by William Everson, and an afterword by Bill Hotchkiss (New York: Liveright, 1977), p. 165; Jeffers, "What Odd Expedients" and Other Poems, collected, with an introd. and commentary by Robert Ian Scott (Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1981), p. 51; Jeffers, Rock and Hawk: A Selection of Shorter Poems, ed. Robert Hass (New York: Random House, 1987), p. 236; and Jeffers, The Collected Poetry of Robinson Jeffers. Volume 3, 1938-1962, ed. Tim Hunt (Stanford, Calif. Stanford Univ. Press 1991), p. 202, free online and here. Free online and here and here. Translated into Polish by Charles Kraszewski as "Procesy powojenne," Odra 11 (Nov. 2014): 62-65. Manuscripts for The Double Axe are housed in the Robinson Jeffers Collection, 1885-1967, undated, Manuscript Collection MS-2170, Manuscript Collection, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC), The University of Texas at Austin. Finding aid.
Rod Jellema, "Imagining Ezra Pound as My Uncle." Incarnality: The Collected Poems (Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co., 2010), p. 230. Free online.
Tom Jenks, "from sublunar [(1), (4), (6), (11)]" [(4)]. Blackbox Manifold 16 (Summer 2016). Free online.
Judson Jerome, "A Decade of American Poetry: 1957-67." Saturday Review 51.16 (April 20, 1968): 26. Rpt. in Poetry: Premeditated Art, [ed.] Judson Jerome (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1968), pp. 358-363, and Jerome, Thirty Years of Poetry: Collected Poems, 1949-1979 (New Braunfels, TX: Cedar Rock Press, 1979), pp. 238-243.
Reg Jessup, "The Portrait of Ezra Pound." The Ubyssey (Students' Publications Board of The University of British Columbia) 18.22 (January 14, 1936): 2. Free online.
Ed Jewinski, "Selections from 'The Cage in the Open Air.'" Tributaries, an Anthology, Writer to Writer, ed. Barry Dumpster (Oakville, Ont.: Mosaic Press; Ottawa: Valley Editions, 1978), pp. 74-75. Free online. "The Cage in the Open Air" was printed in full in Jewinski, The Cage in the Open Air (Windsor: Black Moss, 1979).
John Harris Job, "An Elegy to Ezra Pound." Poet and Critic 8.2 (1974): 20-21. Free online.
Roland John, "Ezra Pound i.m. 1885-1972." Believing Words Are Real (London: Agenda Editions, 1985). Rpt. in Words: The New Literary Forum 1.5 (October 1985): 34 as part of an "Ezra Pound - Centenary" feature, with a poetic tribute and a critical essay by Roland John.
Brad Johnson, "They Said it Was a Weather Balloon." Rattle 59 (Spring 2018). Free online with a reading by the author. Rpt. in Johnson, Smuggling Elephants Through Airport Security (East Lansing, Michigan: Wheelbarrow Books, Michigan State University Press, 2020).
H.L. Johnson, "Fore." Harbor Review 1 (October 2018). Free online.
Kent Johnson, "William Carlos Writes Ezra Pound the Day after Hiroshima." MAYDAY Magazine 2 (Winter 2010). Free online. Rpt., as revised, as "WCW Writes Ezra Pound the Day after Hiroshima," Sulphur [Surrealist Jungle], January 1, 2021. Free online.
David Jhave Johnston, "York Times New States Book United"; "The The." BDP: Big-Data Poetry, August 4, 2014. Free online.
Martin Johnston, "In Memoriam." Surfers' Paradise (Sydney) 1 (1974). Rpt. in Johnston, The Sea-Cucumber (St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1978), p. 55; The New Oxford Book of Australian Verse, chosen by Les A. Murray (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1986), pp. 347-349, free online (first page, last two pages); The Penguin Book of Modern Australian Poetry, ed. John Tranter and Philip Mead (Ringwood, Vic.: Penguin Books, 1991), pp. 323-325; Johnston, Selected Poems and Prose, ed. John Tranter (St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1993), pp. 38-40; The Bloodaxe Book of Modern Australian Poetry, eds. John Tranter and Philip Mead (Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1994), pp. 323-325, free online (first page, last two pages); and Johnston, Beautiful Objects: Selected Poems (Balmain, NSW: Ligature Pty Limited, 2020). Free online and here and here.
Percy Johnston, "BLAUPUNKT (choruses Pepper Adams never took)." Dasein/Muntu 12 (1988): 151. Rpt. in Every Goodbye Ain't Gone: An Anthology of Innovative Poetry by African Americans, eds. Aldon Lynn Nielsen and Lauri Ramey (Tuscaloosa, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, 2006), p. 115. Free online.
Troy A. Jollimore, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, Ruined by Reading the Cantos of Ezra Pound." Tom Thomson in Purgatory ([Chesterfield, Mo.?]: Margie, Inc., 2006), pp. 27-30, free online (first page, second and third pages, last page); Holstein, ON: Exile Editions, 2007, pp. 22-30).
Stephen Jonas, Exercises for Ear: Being a Primer for the Beginner in the American Idiom (London: Ferry Press, 1968) [CIX, p. 55; CXXV, p. 61].
Stephen Jonas, "Exercises for Ear" [CIX, CXXV]; "Orgasms / Dominations" [XXI, XXXIII]. Selected Poems, ed. Joseph Torra (Hoboken, N.J.: Talisman House, 1994), pp. 17-101 (at 73, free online, 79, free online), 223-225 (at 224, free online), 237-240 (at 237, free online). The "Introduction" by Joseph Torra, pp. 1-12, quotes from the "JFK Banker Series" (the second-written "XX" series) of Orgasms (1966-1967), p. 8 (free online). "Exercises for Ear" [CIX, CXXV] and "Orgasms / Dominations" [XXXIII] were rpt. in Jonas, Arcana: A Stephen Jonas Reader, eds. Garrett Caples, Derek Fenner, David Rich, and Joseph Torra (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2019), pp. 154, 158, 67-69.
Stephen Jonas, "A Little Magic." Every Goodbye Ain't Gone: An Anthology of Innovative Poetry by African Americans, eds. Aldon Lynn Nielsen and Lauri Ramey (Tuscaloosa, Ala.: University of Alabama Press, 2006), p. 132. Free online. A manuscript of the poem is housed in the Gerrit Lansing papers, 1814-2018 (bulk 1944-2008), YCAL MSS 469, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. Finding aid.
Stephen Jonas, "75 Poems & a Narration." Caterpillar 4.3-4 [nos. 15-16] (April-July 1971): 3-81 [I ("this Jesuit priest at Boston College (that's a pill) . . .") , p. 39, free online]. "These poems represent a collection Stephen Jonas arranged about a year and a half before his death, together with a gathering of other work made available by Gerrit Lansing (on behalf of the executors of the literary estate), to whom the editors are grateful for assistance and textual advice." (p. 3).
Glyn Jones, "Pound Devalued Again." Poetry Wales 19.3 (1984): 19. Rpt. in Jones, The Collected Poems of Glyn Jones, compiled and ed. by Meic Stephens; with an introd. by Mercer Simpson (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 1996), p. 178.
Gwilym Jones, "Poet Clerihews." mimic hootings, May 9, 2015. Free online.
Ken L. Jones, "Appears To Be Rimbaud Speaking." Pyrokinection, April 17, 2014. Free online. Rpt. in Storm Cycle 2014: The Best of Kind of a Hurricane Press, eds. A.J. Huffman and April Salzano (Daytona Beach, Florida: Kind of a Hurricane Press, 2015), p. 291. Free online.
Marion Jones, "For the death of Ezra Pound." 1968. Free online.
Rodney Jones, "The Obsolescence of Thou." Poetry 171.4 (February 1998): 276. Free online and here. Rpt. in Jones, Elegy for the Southern Drawl (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1999); The Poetry Anthology, 1912-2002: Ninety Years of America's Most Distinguished Verse Magazine, eds. Joseph Parisi and Stephen Young (Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2002), p. 441, free online; and Jones, Salvation Blues: One Hundred Poems, 1985-2005 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2006), p. 154, free online.
Rodney Jones, "Ten Sighs from a Sabbatical." Five Points 6.2 (Spring 2002): 67-71. Free online. Rpt. in Jones, Kingdom of the Instant (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2002), pp. 71-80; The Best American Poetry, 2003, Yusef Komunyakaa, editor; David Lehman, series editor (New York: Scribner Poetry, 2003): and Jones, Salvation Blues: One Hundred Poems, 1985-2005 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2006), pp. 201-206.
Sylvia Jones, "A Conversation Between Ezra Pound and a Newborn." In: "Buzzard" (M.F.A., American University, 2020), pp. 45-46. Free online.
T.H. Jones, "On Being Asked To Contribute To A 'Theatre And Drama' Issue Of Meanjin." The Complete Poems of T.H. Jones, eds. Don Dale-Jones and P. Bernard Jones (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2008), p. 345.
John Jordan, "A Paella for Drivellers." Blood and Stations (Dublin: Gallery Press, 1976), pp. 40-42. Free online (first page, last two pages). Rpt. in Jordan, Collected Poems, ed. with preface and notes by Hugh McFadden; introd. by Macdara Woods (Dublin: Dedalus, 1991), pp. 109-112, and Jordan, Selected Poems, ed. with an introd. by Hugh McFadden (Dublin: Dedalus, 2008), pp. 104-108. "The ostensible occasion of this poem is a reported incident in Limerick when Robert Graves refused to enter the White House pub until a photograph of Ezra Pound which was on display there had been taken down. This story enables John, who loathed sanctimoniousness and cant, to set himself in St. Elizabeth's alongside Pound." (Macdara Woods, "Introduction," Collected Poems, p. 25). (For another poem based on the same incident, see John Liddy, "Pound Devalued in Whitehouse.")
Pierre Joris, "Canto Diurno #1." Temblor 4 (1986): 109-121. Rpt. in Joris, Turbulence (Rhinebeck, N.Y.: St. Lazaire Press, 1991), pp. 22ff., and Joris, Poasis: Selected Poems 1986-1999 (Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2001), pp. 1-24.
Pierre Joris, "EP: Heard, Not Seen." Permanent Diaspora ([Sausalito, CA]: Duration Press, 2002), pp. 27-28. Free online.
Pierre Joris, [poem]. Net/Work: Selected Poems 1974-1981 (London: Spanner, 1983), p. 15.
Pierre Joris, Winnetou Old ([Buffalo, N.Y.]: Meow Press, 1994). Rpt. in Joris, Poasis: Selected Poems 1986-1999 (Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 2001), pp. 69-84. Published in part as Joris, from "Winnetou Old," Sulfur 7.1 [no. 19] (Spring 1987): 35-39, rpt. in 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. 770-772, free online (first two pages, last page).
Lawrence Joseph, "News Back Even Further than That." Michigan Quarterly Review 44.2 (Spring 2005): 248-250. Free online. Rpt. in Joseph, Into It: Poems (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2005), pp. 38-40, free online and here (first two pages, last page); Philip Metres, "'With Ambush and Stratagem': American Poetry in the Age of Pure War," The Oxford Handbook of Modern and Contemporary American Poetry, ed. Cary Nelson (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2012), pp. 331-368 (at 356-357, free online); Extraordinary Rendition: American Writers on Palestine, ed. Ru Freeman (New York and London: OR Books, 2015); David Wojahn, "Maggie's Farm No More: The Fate of Political Poetry," The Writer's Chronicle 39.6 (May/Summer 2007): 21-31, rpt. in Wojahn, From the Valley of Making: Essays on the Craft of Poetry (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015), pp. 22-48 (at 42-46, free online [first two pages, next two pages, last page]); and Joseph, A Certain Clarity: Selected Poems (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2020), free online. Free online.
Lawrence Joseph, "Visions of Labour." London Review of Books 37.12 (18 June 2015). Free online. Rpt. as "Visions of Labor" in The Best American Poetry 2016, Edward Hirsch, ed., David Lehman, series ed. (New York, London, Toronto, Sydney, New Delhi: Scribner Poetry, 2016), pp. 69-70, free online (first page, second page) and here; in Trebor Scholz, Uberworked and Underpaid: How Workers Are Disrupting the Digital Economy (Cambridge, UK, and Malden, MA: Polity, 2017); as "Visions of Labor" in Joseph, So Where Are We?: Poems (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2018), pp. 24-26; and as "Visions of Labor" in What Saves Us: Poems of Empathy and Outrage in the Age of Trump, ed. Martín Espada (Evanston, Illinois: Curbstone Books, Northwestern University Press, 2019), pp. 98-99, free online. About this poem, Joseph has written: "'Visions of Labor' draws on a number of sources. . . . During my forty years as a lawyer and law professor, I've practiced, taught, written, and lectured on labor and employment law, especially workers compensation. My poetry, essays, and prose works have from the start included issues of labor and capital, class and race. In its broadest sense, 'Visions of Labor' presents a language of labor that purposely reflects a moral vision. Among its formal-structural-rhetorical influences are Ezra Pound's 'Canto XVI'; Louis Zukofsky's 'A'-8; Allen Ginsberg's 'Wichita Vortex Sutra'; Adrienne Rich's An Atlas of the Difficult World; and Robert Hayden's '[American Journal].'" (The Best American Poetry 2016, p. 174).
M. K. Joseph, "Mercury Bay Eclogue." January 1952. Landfall 24 (Dec. 1952): 283-287. Rpt. in An Anthology of Twentieth-Century New Zealand Poetry, selected by Vincent O'Sullivan (London, Oxford, Wellington: Oxford University Press, 1970), pp. 152-157, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages); Joseph, Inscription on a Paper Dart: Selected Poems, 1945-72 (Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1974), pp. 18-22; The Oxford Book of New Zealand Writing Since 1945, chosen by MacDonald P. Jackson and Vincent O'Sullivan (Auckland: Oxford University Press, 1983), pp. 60-63; The Penguin Book of New Zealand Verse, eds. Ian Wedde and Harvey McQueen, introd. and notes by Ian Wedde and Margaret Orbell (Auckland, N.Z.: Penguin Books, 1985), pp. 228-232, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page); and An Anthology of New Zealand Poetry in English, eds. Jenny Bornholdt, Gregory O'Brien, Mark Williams (Auckland: Oxford University Press New Zealand, 1997), pp. 299-302.
Fady Joudah, "In the Name of the Letter, the Spirit, and the Double Helix." KROnline (The Kenyon Review) (February 2014). Free online. Translated into Italian by Pina Piccolo as "Nel nome della Lettera, dello Spirito e della Doppia Elica (Fady Joudah)," La macchina sognante, 30 dicembre 2015. Free online.
José Luis Jover, "Pale carnage beneath bright mist" (1975). In Joven poesía española, selección de Concepción G. Moral, introd. de Rosa María Pereda (Madrid: Cátedra, 1993), 295.
James Joyce, limerick ["A bard once in lakelapped Sermione . . ."] written on the back of a letter from Ezra Pound to Joyce, dated June 2, 1920. In Richard Ellmann, James Joyce (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1959), p. 494; John J. O'Meara, "Yeats, Catullus and the Lake Isle of Innisfree," University Review 3.8 (Spring 1966): 15-24 (at 24 n. 26); Pound/Joyce: The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, with Pound's Essays on Joyce, ed. and with commentary by Forrest Read (New York: New Directions, 1967), p. 179; Richard Ellmann, James Joyce (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, rev. ed., 1982), p. 479; Humphrey Carpenter, A Serious Character: The Life of Ezra Pound (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1988), p. 374; James Joyce, Poems and Shorter Writings, eds. Richard Ellmann and A. Walton Litz (London: Faber and Faber 1990), p. 124; José Antonio Álvarez Amorós, "Ciclos creativos en la poesía de James Joyce," Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies 13 (1992): 5-15 (at 13 n.1), free online and here; and Ira B. Nadel, "'Nothing but a Nomad': Ezra Pound in Europe (1898-1911)," Ezra Pound and Europe, eds. Richard Taylor and Claus Melchior (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1993), pp. 19-31 (at 29). Free online. Translated into Italian by Paolo Veronese in Veronese, "A Sirmione con Pound e Joyce, 1920," Artificiosa Rota, 29 June 2020, free online.
James Joyce [writing as "Giacomo Giocondo"], "Troppa grazia, Sant'Antonio!" [later titled "Troppa Grossa, San Giacomone!"]. Parigi, 19-11-1926. A 4-line epigram "about the £1 note JJ returned to Ezra Pound and EP refused." (Note attached to MS. by Sylvia Beach, quoted in James Joyce's Manuscripts & Letters at the University of Buffalo: A Catalogue, comp. and with an Introd. by Peter Spielberg (Buffalo: University of Buffalo, 1962), p. 21, free online). The original version was printed in James Joyce Archive Vol. 1. Chamber Music, Pomes Penyeach & Occasional Verse. A Facsimile of Manuscripts, Typescripts, & Proofs. Prefaced and arranged by A. Walton Litz (New York: Garland, 1978), p. 336, and Claude Ollier, Cahiers d'écolier (1950-1960) (Paris: Flammarion, 1984), p. 182, free online. A revised version was written as a P.S. to Joyce's letter to Ezra Pound of ?8 Nov 1927 and printed in Richard Ellmann, James Joyce (New York: Oxford University Press, 1959), p. 597, free online; Joyce, Letters of James Joyce. Volumes II and III, ed. Richard Ellmann. Volume III (New York: The Viking Press, 1966), p. 166, free online; and Pound /Joyce: The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, with Pound's Essays on Joyce, ed. and with commentary by Forrest Read (New York: New Directions, 1967), p. 231, free online. Both versions are printed in "Your friend if ever you had one" – The Letters of Sylvia Beach to James Joyce, eds. Ruth Frehner and Ursula Zeller (Leiden and Boston: Brill Rodopi, 2021), p. 100 n.3, free online. A typescript of the original version is in the James Joyce Collection, 1900-1959, PCMS-0020, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries, Buffalo, New York.