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Suniti Namjoshi, "For E. P." Cyclone in Pakistan (Calcutta: P. Lal, 1971), p. 20.

Richard Nason, A Modern Dunciad (New York: The Smith, 1978), pp. 11 (free online), 48 (free online), 52 (free online).

Tenney Nathanson, "Georgia O'keefe Talks with Karl Marx over Cappuccino At a Point Equidistant from Sante Fe and Manchester (New Hampshire)." RIF/T: An Electronic Space for Poetry, Prose, and Poetics Version 5.1 (Summer 1995). Free online. Rpt. in Nathanson, Erased Art (Tucson: Chax Press, 2005), pp. 38-45.

Chris Nealon, The Dial ([Northampton, Mass.?]: The Song Cave, 2012). Rpt. in Nealon, Heteronomy (Washington, D.C.: Edge Books, 2014).

Chris Nealon, "Poem (Thank You Cinema…)." Plummet (Washington, D.C.: Aerial/Edge Books, 2009), p. 60.

Carlos Nejar, "Ezra Pound, o Tigre." Poesía reunida / 2. Jovem eternidade (São Paulo: Novo Século, 2009). Rpt. in Nejar, Os viventes (São Paulo: Leya, 2011). Free online.

Julio Nelson, "Epitafio para Ezra Pound." Vaca sagrada: revista de creación y crítica cultural (Lima, Perú) 1 (Mar. 1978): 9. Rpt. in Nelson, Summa poética (Lima, Perú: Arteidea Editores, 2002), p. 51. Free online and here and here and here.

Howard Nemerov, "Maestria." The Carleton Miscellany 1.1 (Winter 1960): 32. Free online and here. Rpt. in Nemerov, New & Selected Poems (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1960), p. 14, free online, and Nemerov, The Collected Poems of Howard Nemerov (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1977), p. 219, free online and here. The Howard Nemerov Papers, 1939-1991, MS-MS-ms089, are held in the Julian Edison Department of Special Collections, Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO. Finding aid. About this poem, Nemerov wrote: "If the poet so far mistakes his calling as to predict, even his doing so in verse won't save him from error. Ezra Pound was wrong about the Unholy Roman Empire, but no more than Dante was about the Holy one. (See my poem 'Maestria' on this subject.) It is not in that way that the poet's art relates to prophecy." (Howard Nemerov, "Poetry, Prophecy, Prediction," Virginia Quarterly Review 47.2 (Spring 1971): 209-226, rpt. in Nemerov, Reflexions on Poetry & Poetics (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 1972), pp. 208-221 (at 218)).

John Newlove, "Green Shadows." The Malahat Review 86 (Spring 1989): 94.

David Newman, "Things I've Been when Drunk." Wormwood Review 34.3 [no. 135] (1994): 98-99. Free online and here and here and here. Manuscript submissions for the Wormwood Review are housed in the Wormwood Review Collection, PCMS-0043, bulk 1959-1999, The Poetry Collection of the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Hoa Nguyen, "Rage Sonnet." As Long As Trees Last (Seattle and New York: Wave Books, 2012), p. 2. Free online and here and here.

Hong-Thao Nguyen, "Ðe Sea Fáir Fair Sea For Fár (or my Mother reads Ezra Pound’s 'The Seafarer')." Lana Turner: A Journal of Poetry & Opinion 5 (2012).

JoJo Nguyen, "Ezra #." Hello Poetry, Feb. 2013. Free online.

Úna Ní Cheallaigh, "Poem of the week: Shooting Ezra Pound, Gresham Hotel, 1965 (i.m. Eddie Kelly, Irish Times)," Irish Times, Apr. 7, 2018, p. 140. Free online and here.

Jeannette Nichols, "Truth Has a Singing." The Saturday Review 43.26 (June 25, 1960): 36. Free online and here and here. Rpt. in Nichols, Mostly People (New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1966), p. 47.

Robert Nichols, Fisbo, or, The looking-Glass Loaned (London: W. Heinemann, 1934), p. 175. An 8-line excerpt (beginning "Talking of Ezra Pound and long-dead pantos") was rpt. in The Oxford Book of Satirical Verse, chosen by Geoffrey Grigson (Oxford, New York, Toronto, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1980), p. 391. Free online.

Matthew Nickel, "The First Thing I Learned to Grow Was Garlic." The Leek Soup Songbook (West Park, NY: Des Hymnagistes Press, 2015), pp. 16-17.

Matthew Nickel, "Hiking up Mutspitze with Hemingway and Pound." The Route to Cacharel (Newburgh, NY: Five Oaks Press, 2016), pp. 26-29.

Matthew Nickel, "The Poet Did Not Answer." Shawangunk Review 19 (Spring 2008): 72-73. Free online. Rpt. in Shawangunk Review 20 (Fall 2009): 22-23. Free online.

Joe Nickell, "There Is this Fame (for Ezra Pound)." Wind 35 (1979): 51.

B.Z. Niditch, "Ezra Pound." Confrontation 24 (Summer 1982): 64.

B.Z. Niditch, "In Our Small Circle." Medusa's Kitchen, July 28, 2016. Free online.

B.Z. Niditch, "Influences." Medusa's Kitchen, May 7, 2015. Free online.

B.Z. Niditch, "Les Temps Modernes." Outlaw Poetry, December 31, 2013. Free online.

B.Z. Niditch, "To A Lady." Fire 17 (May 2002): 158-162. Free online.

Jeffrey Jay Niehaus, "Ezra Pound and I"; "Pig Headed Father"; "Scroll upon Scroll." Sea Shells and Sand Castles (Eugene, Oregon: Resource Publications, 2021), pp. 34 (free online), 35 (free online), 91 (free online).

Jeffrey Jay Niehaus, Preludes: An Autobiography in Verse (Eugene, Oregon: Resource Publications, 2013).

Fernando Nieto Cadena, "De Testamentaria." Periódico de poesía 67 (marzo 2014). Free online and here.

Nishiwaki Junzaburō, "Eterunitasu." Eterunitasu (Tokyo: Shōshin sha, 1962). Rpt. in Teihon, Nishiwaki Junzaburō zenshishū (Tokyo: Chikuma shobō, 1981). Translated into English by Hosea Hirata in Hirata, "Translating Nishiwaki: Beyond Reading" (Ph.D., The University of British Columbia, 1987), pp. 325-333, free online, and in Hirata, The Poetry and Poetics of Nishiwaki Junzaburō: Modernism in Translation (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993), pp. 119-128, free online.

Alex Niven, "Not Simply For Those Moments' Sake: A Retroactive Manifesto for Late-Twentieth-Century Pop Music." Wave Composition 1 (June 5, 2011). Free online. Rpt. in Niven, The Last Tape (Winchester, UK; Washington, USA: Zero Books, 2014), pp. 67-77.

Charles Noble, untitled poem [beginning "Today of all | Diminishing days"]. The Kindness Colder Than the Elements (Edmonton, AB: AU Press, Athabasca University, 2011), p. 55. Free online.

Linda Nochlin, "This is my mother's birthday." Paris, July 24, 2001. The Brooklyn Rail, May 2017. Free online.

Luis Rogelio Nogueras, "Acerca de un poema que lo hizo inmortal." Casa de las Américas 21.124 (enero-febrero 1981): 105-106. Rpt. in Nogueras, Imitación de la vida: poesías (Ciudad de La Habana, Cuba: Casa de las Américas, 1981), pp. 35-37; Manuel Ruano, Muestra de la poesía nueva latinoamericana (Lima: Ediciones El Gallinazo, 1981), pp. 205-207; Nogueras, Nada del otro mundo, edición [de] Eliana Dávila (La Habana, Cuba: Editorial Letras Cubanas, 1988), pp. 60-63; La poesía de las dos orillas: Cuba (1959-1993): antología, selección y prólogo de León de la Hoz (Madrid: Libertarias/Prodhufi, 1994), pp. 300-302; and Cuarenta años de poesía en el Premio Casa de las Américas, selección y notas de Caridad Tamayo Fernández; prólogo de Roberto Fernández Retamar (Madrid: Hiperión, 1998), pp. 253-255. Free online. A reading by Fredy Yezzed.

Collier Nogues, "Ezra Pound Speaking." Matter 3 (July 2013). Free online. Rpt. as "Radio Speech" in Nogues, The Ground I Stand On Is Not My Ground, introd. by Forrest Garner (Chester, CT: Drunken Boat, 2015). Free online. About this poem, Collier Nogues has stated, "I'd been wanting to engage with the complicated situation of Okinawa, and my growing up there, for years, so I had been gathering ideas for a while. It seemed like at least a book-length project. I started working on it seriously about four years ago, but it wasn't going anywhere until I started messing around with erasures, which happened because of Ezra Pound. I read a few of his Radio Rome broadcasts, in which he uses the word 'she' often, to mean 'democracy' or 'France' or other abstractions. Maybe once he uses it to mean a particular person. That, combined with the extreme racism and anti-Semitism in those rants, made me want to interfere with his language. I'd been looking at Tom Philips' A Humument, so I tried erasing. The result was a narrative about a single imagined 'she' at home, listening to the radio during the war, maybe even listening to Pound." (Rob McLennan, "12 or 20 (second series) questions with Collier Nogues," rob mclennan's blog, June 10, 2015, free online).

Harold Norse, "Homo (1984-1985)." Harold Norse, the Love Poems, 1940-1985 (Trumansburg, N.Y.: Crossing Press, 1986), pp. 171ff. Typescripts of "Homo" and a typescript and bound manuscript of The Love Poems, 1940-1985 are in the Harold Norse Papers, [1921]-2009, undated [bulk 1960s-2006], BANC MSS 2010/172, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California. Finding aid.

Harold Norse, "Old black Remington noiseless." Carnivorous Saint: Gay Poems, 1941-1976 (San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, 1977), p. 28. Rpt., as revised, in Norse, Harold Norse, the Love Poems, 1940-1985 (Trumansburg, N.Y.: Crossing Press, 1986), p. 163, and Norse, In the Hub of the Fiery Force: Collected Poems of Harold Norse, 1934-2003 (New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2003), p. 426. A draft and typescript of Carnivorous Saint, a typescript and bound manuscript of The Love Poems, 1940-1985, and page proofs of In the Hub of the Fiery Force are in the Harold Norse Papers, [1921]-2009, undated [bulk 1960s-2006], BANC MSS 2010/172, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California. Finding aid.

Harold Norse, "A Poem for Pound." Hyperion 3.3 [no. 10] (Fall 1973). Rpt. in Norse, In the Hub of the Fiery Force: Collected Poems of Harold Norse, 1934-2003 (New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2003), pp. 188-189. Page proofs of In the Hub of the Fiery Force are in the Harold Norse Papers, [1921]-2009, undated [bulk 1960s-2006], BANC MSS 2010/172, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California. Finding aid.

Harold Norse, "Ready-Made." American Poets Say Goodbye to the Twentieth Century, ed. and with an introd. by Andrei Codrescu and Laura Rosenthal (New York/London: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1996), pp. 275-277. Free online (first two pages, last page). Rpt. in Norse, In the Hub of the Fiery Force: Collected Poems of Harold Norse, 1934-2003 (New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2003), pp. 445-446. Page proofs of In the Hub of the Fiery Force are in the Harold Norse Papers, [1921]-2009, undated [bulk 1960s-2006], BANC MSS 2010/172, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, California. Finding aid.

Harold Norse, "Remembering Paul Goodman." San Francisco, 1972. Carnivorous Saint: Gay Poems, 1941-1976 (San Francisco: Gay Sunshine Press, 1977), pp. 22-27. Rpt. in Practising Angels: A Contemporary Anthology of San Francisco Bay Area Poetry, ed. Michael Mayo (San Francisco: Seismograph Publications, 1986), pp. 69-73, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page), and Norse, Harold Norse, the Love Poems, 1940-1985 (Trumansburg, N.Y.: Crossing Press, 1986), pp. 96-100.

Harry E. Northup, "Silver Spoon (2) A Poem." 9  29  99. Reunions (Los Angeles, Calif.: Cahuenga Press, 2001). Free online.

Alice Notley, "Your Dailiness." 1973. None of the Above: New Poets of the USA, ed. Michael Lally (Trumansburg, N.Y.: The Crossing Press, 1976) (also issued as New: American & Canadian Poetry 27-28 (1976)), pp. 217-221. Free online (first page, next two pages, last two pages). Rpt. in Notley, Selected Poems of Alice Notley (Hoboken, N.J.: Talisman House, Publishers, 1993), pp. 2-6, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page), and Notley, Grave of Light: New and Selected Poems, 1970-2005 (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2008), pp. 19-24.

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