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T L Oberman, "exquisite sap??a whose grave bouquet." Medium, Oct. 21, 2017. Free online.

Biljana D. Obradović, "Unusual Phenomenon." Translated into Italian by Massimo Bacigalupo as "Fenomeno inconsueto" 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. 142-143 (English and Italian on facing pages).

Flann O'Brien. See Brian O'Nolan

Sean O'Brien, "In Residence: A Worst Case View." HMS Glasshouse (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1991). Rpt. in The Oxford Book of Comic Verse, ed. John Gross (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1994), pp. 474-475, free online; O'Brien, Cousin Coat: Selected Poems, 1976-2001 (London: Picador, 2002), pp. 87-89, free online (first page, last two pages); and O'Brien, Collected Poems (London: Picador 2012), free online.

Mike O'Connor, "Immortality." Narrative Magazine (Spring 2008). Rpt. in O'Connor, Immortality (New York, NY: Pleasure Boat Studio, 2010). Excerpt.

Mike O'Connor, "Poesy and Tea at the White House With Laura or Dead Poets in Society." Poets Against the War, April 26, 2003. Free online.

Andrew O'Donnell, "The Ego Abroad." The Fiend, May 16, 2011. Free online.

Mary O'Donoghue, "The Stylist." The SHOp: A Magazine of Poetry (Cork) 12 (Summer 2003): 35. Rpt. in The New Irish Poets, ed. Selina Guinness (Tarset, Northumberland: Bloodaxe Books, 2004), p. 255, free online; New Hibernia Review / Iris Éireannach Nua 10.4 (Dec. 2006): 45-46; and O'Donoghue, Among These Winters (Dublin: Dedalus Press, 2007), pp. 29-30. Free online and here and here and here.

Ned O'Gorman, "For Ezra Pound." Poetry Magazine 93.3 (December 1958): 171. Free online and here.

Desmond O'Grady, "La dolce vita." The Wandering Celt (Dublin, Ireland: Dedalus, 2001), pp. 115-119. MS and TS w/ corrections in the Desmond O'Grady papers, 1953-2007, Manuscript Collection No. 911, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Finding aid.

Desmond O'Grady, "Ezra Pound at Venice: Three Poems." Krino 10 (Autumn 1990): 110-115. Rpt. in Agenda 30.1-2 (Spring/Summer 1992): 51-55; Krino 1986-1996: An Anthology of Modern Irish Writing, eds. Gerald Dawe and Jonathan Williams (Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1996), pp. 404-409; and (as "Ezra Pound in Venice") in O'Grady, The Road Taken: Poems, 1956-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg Press, 1996), pp. 197-202.

Desmond O'Grady, "George Anthony Palmer 1901-1976." His Skaldcrane's Nest (Dublin: Gallery Press, 1979), p. 42. Rpt. as "George Anthony Palmer" in O'Grady, The Road Taken: Poems, 1956-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg Press, 1996), p. 272.

Desmond O'Grady, "My Fields in Springtime" (1980). The Road Taken: Poems, 1956-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg Press, 1996), pp. 283-294. MS and TS w/ corrections in the Desmond O'Grady papers, 1953-2007, Manuscript Collection No. 911, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Finding aid.

Desmond O'Grady, "The Poet in Old Age Fishing at Evening." The Kilkenny Magazine 1.5 (Autumn/Winter 1961): 16. Rpt. in O'Grady, Reilly: Roma, 1961 (London: Phoenix Press, 1961); O'Grady, The Dark Edge of Europe: Poems ([London]: MacGibbon & Kee, 1967), p. 22; Contemporary Irish Poetry: An Anthology, ed. with introd. and notes by Anthony Bradley (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1980), p. 252, free online; Contemporary Irish Poetry, New and Revised Edition, ed., with introd. and notes, by Anthony Bradley (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1988), p. 263, free online; The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, general ed., Seamus Deane; associate eds., Andrew Carpenter, Jonathan Williams, Vol. 3 (Lawrence Hill, Derry, Northern Ireland: Field Day Publications, 1991); as "Ezra Pound Ageing," in O'Grady, The Road Taken: Poems, 1956-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg Press, 1996), p. 28; and An Anthology of Modern Irish Poetry, ed. Wes Davis (Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2010), p. 293. Translated into German as "Ezra Pound alternd" by Wolfgang Streit, Akzente-Zeitschrift für Literatur 44.1 (Feb. 1997): 28. The English text and a Spanish translation by Jorge Fondebrider (from Poesía irlandesa contemporánea, edición bilingüe. Selección, traducción prólogo y notas de Jorge Fondebrider y Gerardo Gambolini (Buenos Aires: Libros de Tierra Firme, 1999)) as "Ezra Pound envejeciendo" are here. Translated into Spanish by Marina Kohon as "El poeta de edad avanzada pescando al atardecer" here and here and here. MS in the Desmond O'Grady papers, 1953-2007, Manuscript Collection No. 911, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Finding aid. An autograph fair copy, dated 1962 July 9, is housed in the Michael Freyer poetry collection, 1922-1969? MS 49,754, Manuscripts Reading Room, National Library of Ireland, Dublin. Finding aid.

Desmond O'Grady, "Robert Fitzgerald." The Road Taken: Poems, 1956-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg Press, 1996), pp. 365-367. MS and TS w/ corrections in the Desmond O'Grady papers, 1953-2007, Manuscript Collection No. 911, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Finding aid.

Desmond O'Grady, "Robert Lowell." The Road Taken: Poems, 1956-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg Press, 1996), pp. 273-275. Rpt. in O'Grady, The Wide World: A Desmond O'Grady Casebook & New Poems 2003, eds. Wolfgang Görtschacher and Andreas Schachermayr (Salzburg: Poetry Salzburg at the University of Salzburg, 2003).

Desmond O'Grady, "10 Piazza Campitelli." The Wandering Celt (Dublin, Ireland: Dedalus, 2001), pp. 133-137. MS w/ corrections in the Desmond O'Grady papers, 1953-2007, Manuscript Collection No. 911, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Finding aid.

Desmond O'Grady, "Thoughts of Virgil." The Road Taken: Poems, 1956-1996 (Salzburg: University of Salzburg Press, 1996), pp. 454-456. Rpt. in O'Grady, The Wandering Celt (Dublin, Ireland: Dedalus, 2001), pp. 84-85. MS and TS w/ corrections [variant titles: "Virgil" and "Sketches of Virgil"] in the Desmond O'Grady papers, 1953-2007, Manuscript Collection No. 911, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Finding aid.

Frank O'Hara, "Biotherm (For Bill Berkson)." August 26, 1961-January 23, 1962. Audit/Poetry 4.1 (1964) [contains the lines "that's not a villa that's a bank . . . now this is not a tract against usury . . ." (alluding to Canto XLV)]. Rpt. in A Controversy of Poets: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, eds. Paris Leary and Robert Kelly (Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, Doubleday & Company, Inc., 1965), pp. 295-303; O'Hara, The Collected Poems of Frank O'Hara, ed. Donald Allen, with an introd. by John Ashbery (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1971), pp. 436-448; and Contemporary American & Australian Poetry, ed. Thomas Shapcott (St. Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1976), pp. 75-87.

Frank O'Hara, "Poem (The rich cubicle's enclosure)." New York, August 1952. Poems Retrieved, ed. Donald Allen (Bolinas, California: Grey Fox Press, 1977), p. 82. Free online. In the revised ed. (1996), the poem appears on p. 86. Free online.

John O'Keefe, "Stubby Jones Exempt." New York World (ca. Aug. 1918). Rpt. in Evening Public Ledger, Philadelphia (August 22, 1918): 8, free online and here; Rome Daily Sentinel, Rome, N.Y. (August 22, 1918): 4, free online; and Yorkville Enquirer, York, S.C., 73 (September 10, 1918): 4, free online.

Helmer O. Oleson, "Ezra in Exile." Antioch Review 14.2 (Summer 1954): 247.

Juan Carlos Olivas, El señor Pound. San José, Costa Rica: EUNED - Editorial universidad Estatal a Distancia, 2015. I, II, VIII, IX, XII, XXIII, XXV, XXVI, XXXV, XXXVI.

Alejandro Oliveros, "XIV. Ezra Pound Speaking." In "Fragmentos," Zona franca (Caracas) III Epoca 5.26 (septiembre-octubre 1981): 10. Rpt. in Linden Lane Magazine (Princeton, NJ) 5.2 (abril-junio 1986): 4; Oliveros, Territorios (Caracas: Fondo Editorial La Nave Va, 2004), p. 35; and Oliveros, Poesía, 1974-2006, [editor, Víctor Bravo] (Mérida: Editorial El Otro, El Mismo, 2006), pp. 111-112 (with other poems mentioning Pound on pp. 77, 88, 132, 133, 293).

John O'Loughlin, "Tribute." Dosshouse Blues (Centretruths Digital Media, 2013). Free online. Rpt. in O'Loughlin, In Disguise: The Collected Verse (rhymed and free) (Centretruths Digital Media, 2021), free online. Free online.

Charles Olson, "A B Cs." Originally written May 1946; revised June 1950. In Cold Hell, in Thicket ([Dorchester, Mass.] [Origin], [1953]). Rpt. in Artisan 2 (Spring 1953); Olson, The Distances: Poems (New York: Grove Press, 1960), pp. 12-13, free online; The Poem: An Anthology, eds. Stanley B. Greenfield and A. Kingsley Weatherhead (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1968), pp. 363-364, free online (first page, second page); Olson, Archaeologist of Morning (London: Cape Goliard Press, 1970), [n.p.], free online; Olson, Archaeologist of Morning (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1973), p. [50], free online; The Norton Introduction to Literature. Poetry, ed. J. Paul Hunter (New York: W. W. Norton & Company Inc., 1973), pp. 53-54, free online (first page, second page); and Olson, The Collected Poems of Charles Olson: Excluding the Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987), pp. 171-172, free online (first page, second page). A manuscript/typescript/photocopy (2 pp., ca. 1948) is housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "An Art Called Gothonic." Thursday June 16th [1966]. The Maximus Poems, Volume Three, eds. Charles Boer and George F. Butterick (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1975), pp. 168-172, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages). Rpt. in Olson, Muthologos: The Collected Lectures & Interviews, Volume 2, ed. George F. Butterick (Bolinas, Calif.: Four Seasons Foundation, 1978), pp. 29-32, and Olson, The Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1983), pp. 551-555, free online. Translated into Spanish by Ricardo Cázares in Olson, Los poemas de Maximus, traducción del inglés y prólogo de Ricardo Cázares (México, D.F.: Editorial Mangos de Hacha, 2010). A manuscript/typescript (4 pp.) and 1 notebook (June 14, n.y. [1966]) are housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "Auctour." Written ca. 12 May 1946. In Charles Olson and Ezra Pound: An Encounter at St. Elizabeths, ed. Catherine Seelye (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1975), p. 135. Rpt. in Olson, A Nation of Nothing but Poetry: Supplementary Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1989), p. 39, free online. Olson sent Pound the poem "Auctour" with the message: "Sunday May 12 [1946] Dear E.P.: Will be over Tuesday Yrs Charles Olson." (Ralph Maud, Charles Olson at the Harbor (Vancouver, B.C.: Talonbooks, 2008), p. 64). A manuscript/typescript (1 p., ca. May 12, 1946) is housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "The Kingfishers." 20 July 1949. Montevallo Review 1.1 (Summer 1950). Rpt. in Olson, In Cold Hell, in Thicket: Poems (Dorchester, Mass.: Origin Press, 1953) (Origin 2.8 (1953)); Olson, The Distances: Poems (New York: Grove Press, 1960), pp. 5-11; The New American Poetry, ed. Donald M. Allen (New York: Grove Press, 1960), pp. 2-8; Olson, Selected Writings (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1966), pp. 167-173; Olson, In Cold Hell, in Thicket: Poems (San Francisco: Four Seasons Foundation, 1967), pp. 11-17; 100 Postwar Poems, British and American, ed. M.L. Rosenthal (New York: Macmillan [1968]), pp. 82-88; Chief Modern Poets of Britain and America, Fifth Edition, selected and ed. by Gerald DeWitt Sanders, John Herbert Nelson, and M. L. Rosenthal (New York: Macmillan, 1970), pp. II-379-385; Olson, Archaeologist of Morning (London: Cape Goliard Press, 1970), [n.p.]; Olson, Archaeologist of Morning (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1973), [n.p.]; The Poet in America, 1650 to the Present, ed. and with an introd. by Albert Gelpi (Lexington, Massachusetts, Toronto, London: D. C. Heath and Company, 1973), pp. 630-636; Introduction to Literature: Poems, Third Edition, ed., with a Handbook for the Study of Poetry, by Lynn Altenbernd and Leslie L. Lewis (New York: Macmillan, 1975), pp. 774-779, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages); The New Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and ed. by Richard Ellmann (New York: Oxford University Press, 1976), pp. 739-745; The Postmoderns: The New American Poetry Revised, ed. with a new preface by Donald Allen and George F. Butterick (New York: Grove Press, 1982), pp. 14-20; The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Second Edition, Volume 2, eds. Nina Baym et al. (New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company, 1985), pp. 2283-2288; Olson, The Collected Poems of Charles Olson: Excluding the Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987), pp. 86-93; The Vintage Book of Contemporary American Poetry, ed. and with an introd. by J. D. McClatchy (New York: Vintage Books, 1990), pp. 78-85; Olson, Selected Poems, ed. Robert Creeley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993), pp. 5-12; American Poetry since 1950: Innovators and Outsiders: An Anthology, ed. Eliot Weinberger (New York: Marsilio Publishers, 1993), pp. 117-123; The Harvill Book of Twentieth-Century Poetry in English, ed. Michael Schmidt (London: The Harvill Press, 1999), pp. 260-266; The Heath Anthology of American Literature, Vol. E. Contemporary Period: 1945 to the Present, eds. Paul Lauter et al. (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2006), pp. 1936-1943; The Ecopoetry Anthology, eds. Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street; introd. by Robert Hass (San Antonio, Texas: Trinity University Press, 2013), pp. 91-97; and The Wilds of Poetry: Adventures in Mind and Landscape, [ed.] David Hinton (Boulder: Shambhala Publications, 2017), pp. 109-115. A reading by the poet at the Vancouver Poetry Festival, August 16, 1963. A reading by the poet on a studio recording at Black Mountain College, made by Robert Creeley c. 1954. A manuscript/typescript (37 pp.), carbon copy (5 pp.), and typescript/carbon copy (11 pp.) are housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "Letter 6." The Maximus Poems (New York: Jargon/Corinth Books, 1960), [unnumbered pp.], free online (first two pages, last two pages). Rpt. in Olson, Selected Writings of Charles Olson (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1966), pp. 234-238; The Poet in America, 1650 to the Present, ed. and with an introd. by Albert Gelpi (Lexington, Massachusetts, Toronto, London: D. C. Heath and Company, 1973), pp. 638-642; and Olson, The Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 1983). Translated into Spanish by Ricardo Cázares in Olson, Los poemas de Maximus, traducción del inglés y prólogo de Ricardo Cázares (México, D.F.: Editorial Mangos de Hacha, 2010). A typescript (3 pp.) is housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "Letter No. 17." Origin 12 (Spring 1954): 217-221. Rpt. as "The Twist" in Olson, The Maximus Poems (New York: Jargon/Corinth Books, 1960), unnumbered pp., free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page); Olson, Selected Writings of Charles Olson (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1966), pp. 258-262, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page); Olson, The Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983), pp. 86-90, free online; and Olson, Selected Poems, ed. Robert Creeley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993), pp. 104-109. Translated into Spanish by Ricardo Cázares in Olson, Los poemas de Maximus, traducción del inglés y prólogo de Ricardo Cázares (México, D.F.: Editorial Mangos de Hacha, 2010). A typescript of "The Twist" (4 pp., January 10, 1954) is housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "Lustrum." Written ca. February 1943. An early version of "A Lustrum for You, E.P." A Nation of Nothing but Poetry: Supplementary Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1989), pp. 26-27, free online. A typescript/carbon copy (2 pp., ca. April 1945) is housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "A Lustrum for You, E.P." Antaeus 17 (Spring 1975): 93-95. Rpt. in Charles Olson and Ezra Pound: An Encounter at St. Elizabeths, ed. Catherine Seelye (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1975), pp. 3-5, and in Olson, The Collected Poems of Charles Olson: Excluding the Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987), pp. 37-39, free online (first page, last two pages). A typescript/carbon copy (4 pp., 1946) is housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Charles Olson, "To Gerhardt, There, Among Europe's Things, of Which He Has Written Us in His 'Brief an Creeley und Olson.'" 28 June 1951. Origin (Boston, Mass.) 4 (winter 1951-1952): 241-248 ["bric-a-brac, he [Pound] snorted"]. Rpt. in Olson, The Distances (New York: Grove Press, 1960), pp. 35-45; Work (Detroit, Mich.) 3 (Winter 1965/66); Olson, Selected Writings of Charles Olson, ed. with an introd. by Robert Creeley (New York: New Directions, 1967); Olson, Archaeologist of Morning (London: Cape Goliard Press, 1970), [n.p.]; Olson, Archaeologist of Morning (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1973), [n.p.]; Olson, Selected Poems, ed. Robert Creeley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993); Olson, The Collected Poems of Charles Olson: Excluding the Maximus Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997), pp. 212-221; Agnes C. Mueller, Lyrik "made in USA": Vermittlung und Rezeption in der Bundesrepublik (Amsterdam - Atlanta, GA: Rodopi, 1999), pp. 58-63; and Olson, A Charles Olson Reader, ed. with an introd. by Ralph Maud (Manchester: Carcanet, 2005), pp. 102-111. A reading by the poet in Boston, June 1962. Translated into German as "An Gerhardt, dort, inmitten der dingeEuropas von denen er uns geschrieben hat in seinem »Brief an Creeley und Olson«" in Gerhardt, Umkreisung: Das Gesamtwerk, herausgegeben von Uwe Pörksen in Zusammenarbeit mit Franz Josef Knape und Yong-Mi Quester (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2007), pp. 290-300.

Charles Olson, [untitled 4-line poem beginning "Fe, fi, fo, fum"]. In: Charles Olson and Ezra Pound: An Encounter at St. Elizabeths, ed. Catherine Seelye (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1975), v.

Charles Olson, [untitled poem beginning "Jongleur, now jangled"]. In: Charles Olson and Ezra Pound: An Encounter at St. Elizabeths, ed. Catherine Seelye (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1975), 67. Rpt. in Jerome Kavka, "'Olson Saved My Life': Ezra Pound," Paideuma 14.1 (Spring 1985): 7-30 (at 20-21).

Charles Olson, "Your Witness." Written ca. January 1948-November 1950. In: Charles Olson and Ezra Pound: An Encounter at St. Elizabeths, ed. Catherine Seelye (New York: Grossman Publishers, 1975), pp. 9-11. Rpt. in Olson, A Nation of Nothing But Poetry: Supplementary Poems, ed. George F. Butterick (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1989), pp. 56-57, free online. A typescript (2 pp.) is housed in the Charles Olson Research Collection, 1910-1970, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid and here.

Danna Olson, "Untitled." "Playing Flood" (M.F.A., California College of the Arts, 2004). Published in MFA Writing Thesis Projects, 2004 (San Francisco, Calif.: California College of the Arts, 2004), p. 63.

Sharon Olson, "San Michele." The Long Night of Flying: Poems (San Francisco, Calif.: Sixteen Rivers Press, 2006), p. 84.

Brian O'Nolan, [poem on Ezra Pound]. Published in part in Irish Times (19 June 1942). The typescript was reproduced in facsimile in Miles Orvell, "Brian O'Nolan: The Privacy of His Mind," ICarbS (Morris Library, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale) 2.1 (Winter-Spring 1975), pp. 23-38 (at 32). Free online and here.

George Oppen, "Book of Hours." Sumac 3.2 (Winter 1971): 9-11 [the "Book" apparently referring to the Cantos; "Old friend   old poet" as a reference to Pound]. Free online. Rpt. as "Of Hours" in Oppen, Seascape: Needle's Eye (Fremont, Mich.: Sumac Press, 1972); Oppen, The Collected Poems of George Oppen (New York: New Directions, 1975), 210-212; Oppen, Selected Poems, ed., with an introd., by Robert Creeley (New York, NY: New Directions Books, 2003), 126-128; and Oppen, New Collected Poems, ed. with an introd. and notes by Michael Davidson; preface by Eliot Weinberger (New York: New Directions, 2008), 217-219. Readings by the author. In an interview conducted by Burton Hatlen and Tom Mandel (San Francisco, June 1980), Oppen described his brief meeting with Pound in 1969: "We wept on each other in the New Directions office, that's what happened. . . . And I don't know how sincere he was or wasn't. . . . We met in Jay[Laughlin]'s office . . . And we were waiting for Pound to come in and ah, making chatter and finally Pound arrived with Olga and sat absolutely dead silent and everybody became nervous and started chattering and Jay had a moment of inspiration and said, 'Ezra, show George your new book.' And Pound in a sepulchral voice said, 'How do I know he wants it?' You understand well enough what that means. So I stood up and walked over to him and held my hand out and said, 'I want it'—a very dramatic thing—and Pound stood up and once he stood he was very close to me. We were in fact touching, and Pound began to weep, so I wept. So we went home. Neither of us could speak, so we went home." (Burton Hatlen and Tom Mandel, "Poetry and Politics: A Conversation with George and Mary Oppen," George Oppen: Man and Poet, ed. Burton Hatlen (Orono, ME: National Poetry Foundation, 1981), pp. 23-50 (at 26-27); also in Speaking with George Oppen: Interviews with the Poet and Mary Oppen, 1968-1987, ed. Richard Swigg (Jefferson, North Carolina, and London: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2012), p. 220).

George Oppen, "The Speech at Soli." Grosseteste Review 6.1-4 (1973) [Pound as the "mad kin[g] | gone raving | war in incoherent | sunlight"]. Rpt. in Ironwood 5 (1975): 36-37; Oppen, The Collected Poems of George Oppen (New York: New Directions, 1975), pp. 234-235; and Oppen, New Collected Poems, ed. with an introd. and notes by Michael Davidson; preface by Eliot Weinberger (New York: New Directions, 2002), pp. 238-239. Free online. Readings by the author. Translated into Spanish by Kurt Folch as "El discurso de Soli" in Oppen, George Oppen: poesía, ensayo y entrevistas, selección y traducción de Kurt Folch (Santiago de Chile: Ediciones Universidad Diego Portales, 2012). Free online. "When asked by Kevin Power about his allusion to Pound in this poem, Oppen replied 'I was speaking of Pound as against the Populism in my poem, and Pound's words won't cohere, it won't I said, from Pound's damned Bertran de Born.' (Montemora 4 [1978]: 200)." (George Oppen, New Collected Poems, ed. with an Introd. and Notes by Michael Davidson, Preface By Eliot Weinberger (New York: New Directions, 2002), p. 403; also in Speaking with George Oppen: Interviews with the Poet and Mary Oppen, 1968-1987, ed. Richard Swigg (Jefferson, North Carolina, and London: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2012), pp. 109-110).

George Oppen, "Twenty-Six Fragments." Facture 2 (May 2001): 5-12. Rpt. in The Best American Poetry 2002, ed. Robert Creeley (New York: Scribner Poetry, 2002), pp. 130-135 (fragment 9, p. 132); Oppen, Selected Poems, ed., with an introd., by Robert Creeley (New York, NY: New Directions Books, 2003), pp. 183-190 (fragment 9, p. 186, free online); and Oppen, Selected Prose, Daybooks, and Papers, ed. Stephen Cope (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007), pp. 229-239 (fragment 9, pp. 234-235, facsimile of Oppen's manuscript and transcription on facing page, free online). A reading by Stephen Cope.

Joel Oppenheimer, "E.P. 1885-1972." Village Voice 17.45 (November 9, 1972): 33. Free online. Rpt. in An Active Anthology, ed. George Quasha, contributing ed. Susan Quasha (Fremont, Mich.: Sumac Press, 1974), p. 191; Oppenheimer, Names, Dates, & Places (Laurinburg, North Carolina: Saint Andrews Press, 1978); Oppenheimer, Poetry, the Ecology of the Soul: Talks and Selected Poems (Buffalo, N.Y.: White Pine Press, 1983), p. 74; Alan Levy, Ezra Pound: The Voice of Silence (Sag Harbor, New York: The Permanent Press, 1983), pp. 64-65, free online; Oppenheimer, Collected Later Poems of Joel Oppenheimer, ed. Robert J. Bertholf; with drawings by John Dobbs (Buffalo, NY: The Poetry/Rare Books Collection, University Libraries, SUNY at Buffalo, 1997), pp. 106-107; and Oppenheimer, Lessons: Selected Poems, ed. Dennis Maloney; introd. by David Landrey (Buffalo, New York: White Pine Press, 2017). A manuscript is housed in the Joel Oppenheimer Papers, 1925-1988,  Identifier: 1990-0056, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid.

Joel Oppenheimer, "A Long Testament." May 26/June 8, 1960, New York City. FUCK YOU/ a magazine of the arts 5.3 (May 1963): 12-18. Free online. Rpt. in Oppenheimer, Just Friends/Friends and Lovers: Poems, 1959-1962 ([Highlands? N.C.]: Jargon Society, 1980). A manuscript is housed in the Joel Oppenheimer Papers, 1925-1988,  Identifier: 1990-0056, Archives & Special Collections, Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Library, Storrs, Connecticut. Finding aid.

Ottó Orbán, "Canto." The New Hungarian Quarterly, Budapest, 18.67 (Autumn 1977): 98-99. Trans. from the Hungarian by László T. András and William Jay Smith. Rpt. in Orbán, The Blood of the Walsungs: Selected Poems, ed. George Szirtes (Budapest: Corvina; Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1993), pp. 25-26. An English translation appeared in Contemporary Jewish Writing in Hungary: An Anthology, eds. Susan Rubin Suleiman and Éva Forgács (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2003).

Daniel Mallory Ortberg, "Dirtbag Ezra Pound." The Toast, October 7, 2015. Free online.

Pedro Ortiz Vásquez, "Puedo ser." 1973. The Bilingual Review/La Revista Bilingüe, New York, 2.3 (September-December 1975): 292. Free online and here. An offprint was prepared under the title "Puedo Ser" and Other Poems (Jamaica, N.Y.: Bilingual Press, 1975).

Amílcar Osorio, [poem]. Vana stanza: divan selecto 1962-1984 (Bogotá: Fundación Simón y Lola Guberek, 1989).

Hans Ostrom, "Creature in a Copse." Poet's Musings, September 28, 2011. Free online.

Hans Ostrom, "Have It History's Way." Poet's Musings, November 19, 2012. Free online.

Hans Ostrom, "Language Charged With Meaning." Poet's Musings, March 18, 2016. Free online.

Hans Ostrom, "Oh, Ezra." Poet's Musings, March 25, 2015. Free online.

Oscar Oswald, "Pound (Walk)." Irredenta (New York: Nightboat Books, 2021).

Mouna Ouafik, "I Decorate Her Navel with Ezra Pound's Penis." Transl. by Robin Moger. Arablit & Arablit Quarterly, February 14, 2022. Free online and here.

Ouyang Jianghe 欧阳江河, "公开的独白——悼庞德." 诗刊 (北京) 8 (1988). Free online and here. Transl. from Chinese into English by Cheng Baolin and Richard Terrill as O-Yiang Jianghe [Ouyang Jianghe], "Public Monologue (In memoriam: Ezra Pound)," Passages North 16.1 (Summer 1995): 11. Transl. into English by Marlon Fick as "Open Monologue. In Memory of Ezra Pound," Agradecidas señas: A Journal of Literature, Culture & Critical Essays, 19 November 2021, free online.

James Owens, "Brief Turns of Weather." Valparaiso Poetry Review 20.2 (Spring/Summer 2019). Free online.

Richard Owens, Delaware Memoranda ([Kenmore, N.Y.?]: BlazeVOX Books, 2008), pp. 69-70.

Rochelle Owens, "Eat Bookstore!" Unmuzzled Ox 2.1-2 (1973): [36]-41. Rpt. in Poems from a Forgotten Book, ed. Charles Shahoud Hanna (Wescosville, Pa.: Damascus Road Press, 1979) (Damascus Road #8), pp. 54-55, free online, and Gregory Corso, Writings from Unmuzzled Ox Magazine (New York: Unmuzzled Ox Foundation, 1981), pp. 46-51. Free online.

Rochelle Owens, "from Elga's Incantation." New and Selected Poems, 1961-1996 (San Diego: Junction Press, 1997), pp. 67-74.

Rochelle Owens, "LI. Wild-Man & The Memory Of The Dying Poet." The Joe 82 Creation Poems (Los Angeles, Calif.: Black Sparrow Press, 1974), pp. 85-86. Free online and here (first page and second page).

Thomas P. Owens Sr, "Having a chat with Ezra Pound." Hello Poetry, May 2016. Free online.

William Oxley, Passages from Time: Poems of a Life (Esher, Surrey: Ember Press, 1971). Rpt. in Oxley, Collected Longer Poems (Salzburg, Austria: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1994), pp. 41-60 (Pound mentioned on p. 57).

William Oxley, "Swansong for a Golden Age." Adam 49.487-492 (1988): 55-66. Rpt. in Oxley, Collected Longer Poems (Salzburg, Austria: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1994), pp. 369-390 (Pound mentioned on pp. 372, 382).

 

 

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