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  Distant Voices: Tranter’s 2009 DCA Thesis:
  Part 6 of 6: Bibliography


Aiken, Conrad. ‘Preludes for Memnon; or, Preludes to Attitude’ (l. 1–4) Selected Poems. (Harold Bloom, ed.). New York City: Oxford University Press USA, 2003.

Allen, Donald (editor). The New American Poetry 1945–1960. New York: Grove Press, 1960.

Ashbery, John. Flow Chart: A Poem. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1998.

———. Can You Hear, Bird: Poems. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1995.

———. Selected Poems. New York: Penguin Books, 1986.

———. Some Trees. New York: Corinth Books, 1970. First published by Yale University Press as volume 52 in the Yale Series of Younger Poets, 1956. The quoted line is from the poem ‘A Boy’, page 20 in the Corinth edition.

———. (Interview) In conversation with John Tranter, New York City, May 1988. In Jacket magazine number 2, at http://jacketmagazine.com/02/jaiv1988.html

———. Two poems: ‘Potsdam’ and ‘Aenobarbus’. Jacket magazine number 17, at http://jacketmagazine.com/17/ashb-kins.html

Atherton, Cassandra. ‘In the Dreaded Park’: Gwen Harwood and Subpersonality Theory. Journal of Australian Studies. 84 (2005):133–39.

Baudelaire, Charles. Les Fleurs du Mal. Project Gutenberg Ebook (Etext number 6099) at http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/6099

Berrigan, Ted. Clear the Range. New York: Adventures in Poetry/Coach House South, 1977. An excerpt is available in Jacket magazine number 16 at http://jacketmagazine.com/16/ah-ber1.html

Bersani, Leo. Baudelaire and Freud. Berkeley: of California Press, 1977.

Bloom, Harold. The Anxiety of Influence: A Theory of Poetry (2nd ed.) New York: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Bolton, Ken. ‘Untimely Meditations (Excerpts)’, in The Space of Poetry, Lyn McCredden and Stephanie Trigg, eds. (Melbourne University Literary and Cultural Studies vol 3). Parkville Victoria: Department of English, 1996.

Brennan, Christopher. Musicopoematographoscope. Introduction by Axel Clark. Sydney, Australia: Hale and Iremonger, 1981.

Callimachus, Hymns and Epigrams. Lycophron. Aratus. Translated by Mair, A W & G R, Loeb Classical Library Volume 129. London: William Heinemann, 1921.

Carrière, Jean-Claude. The Secret Language of Film. Trans. Jeremy Leggatt. London: Faber and Faber, 1995.

Carter, David. ‘John Tranter: Popular Mysteries’. Scripsi vol 2 no 4 (1984). Melbourne: Scripsi, 1984. 117–22. Available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/1984-carter-selected.shtml

Catalano, Gary. In Contempa magazine, Series 2, number 6. Also available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/sonnets-catalano.shtml

Craig, Alexander, ed. 12 Poets 1950–1970. Milton, Queensland: Jacaranda Press, 1970.

Croggon, Alison. Review of John Tranter, The Floor Of Heaven, Harper Collins Australia, Sydney, 1992. ABC Radio National Books and Writing, 8 November 1992. A copy of the original script for the reading on radio of the review is available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/1992-croggon-tfoh.shtml

Didion, Joan. ‘Life Styles in the Golden Land: Some Dreamers of the Golden Dream’, in Slouching Towards Bethlehem. New York: Noonday Press, 1968. ‘Some Dreamers of the Golden Dream’ first appeared in 1961 in The Saturday Evening Post as ‘How Can I Tell There’s Nothing Left’.

Diogenes Laertius. In Theaterhttp://academic.reed.edu/humanities/110Tech/

Duwell, Martin, ed. Makar magazine, Vol 12, No 2, December 1976. English Department, University of Queensland.

Edel, Leon. Stuff of Sleep and Dreams: Experiments in Literary Psychology. New York: Harper & Row, 1982.

Edgar, Iain R. [Reviewed work:] Mad Travellers: Reflections on the Reality of Transient Mental Illnesses by Ian Hacking. Source: The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Vol. 7, No. 3, (Sep., 2001), pp. 600–601. Published by: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3134446. Accessed: 19/08/2008 22:22.

Edwards, Chris. ‘A Fluke: a mistranslation into English of Stéphane Mallarmé’s 1897 poem “Un coup de dés…” with parallel French text.’ In Jacket 29 (April 2006) at http://jacketmagazine.com/29/fluke00intro.shtml

———. A Fluke: a mistranslation into English of Stéphane Mallarmé’s 1897 poem ‘Un coup de dés…’ with parallel French text. Thirroul: Monogene (PO Box 224, Thirroul NSW 2515, Australia: ISBN 0975138324.)

Eliot, T S. ‘Tradition and the Individual Talent’. The Egoist, September/December 1919. Reprinted in T S Eliot, The Sacred Wood, London: Methuen, 1920. pp 47–59.

———. Four Quartets. London : Faber, 1942.

———. The Waste Land: A facsimile and transcript of the original drafts including the annotations of Ezra Pound. Edited and Introduced by Valerie Eliot. London: Faber and Faber, 1971.

Evans, C. Stephen. ‘Where there’s a will there’s a way: Kierkegaard’s theory of action.’ In Hugh J. Silverman, ed. Writing the Politics of Difference. Albany: SUNY Press, 1991.

Fagan, Kate, and Peter Minter. ‘Murdering Alphabets, Disorienting Romance: John Tranter and Postmodern Australian Poetics’ in Jacket magazine 27, April 2005, at http://jacketmagazine.com/27/faga-mint

FitzGerald, R D. ‘Verse and Worse’ in Southerly vol.33 no.2 June 1973 (pp.156–166)

Forbes, John. Meanjin vol.42 no.2 Winter 1983. (pp.249–53). ‘Poetry Reviews : Accelerating Subject’. John Forbes reviews John Tranter, Selected Poems (Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 1982). This piece is reprinted in http://www.johntranter.com/reviewed/selected-forbes.html.

Forbes, Peter. ‘Working the we
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Freud, Sigmund. The Interpretation of Dreams. Trans. A A Brill. Ware, Hertfordshire: Wordsworth Editions Limited, 1997.

Gass, William H. Reading Rilke: Reflections on the Problems of Translation. New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1999.

Genette, Gérard. Palimpsests: Literature in the Second Degree. Trans. Channa Newman and Claude Doubinsky. Lincoln: U of Nebraska Press, 1997. xi + 490 pp.

Gilson, Annette. ‘Disseminating “circumference”: the diachronic presence of Dickinson in John Ashbery’s “Clepsydra.”’ In Twentieth Century Literature, Winter, 1998. At http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0403/is_/ai_54370332?tag=artBody;col1

Ginsberg, Allen. ‘Notes for Howl and other poems’ (Fantasy 7006, 1959), reprinted in Allen, Donald (editor). The New American Poetry 1945–1960. New York: Grove Press, 1960, pp. 414–18.

Haley, Martin. The Advocate (a Catholic magazine), September 1970. Reprinted at http://setis.library.usyd.edu.au/tranter/reviews-of/parallax-bg/1970-haley

Hall, Rodney and Thomas W Shapcott (eds.). New Impulses in Australian Poetry. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1968.

Harrison, Martin. ‘A Note on Modernism: for The New Australian Poetry’, in New Poetry vol 27 no 4, 1980. The two-part article is currently (2008) archived at http://april.edu.au/2surveys/1980-mh.shtml

Henry, Brian. ‘John Tranter’s New Form(alism): The Terminal’, Antipodes: A North American Journal of Australian Literature, June 2004, pp 36–43. It is reprinted on the internet, with the footnotes that were absent in the Antipodes version, at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/2004-henry-terminals

Hewett, Dorothy. ‘Poets Alive’, in Westerly No. 4. December, 1971.

Hill, Barry. ‘So Tragically Hip, Dad’. Weekend Australian, 13 October 2001, 13–14 October, Review (p.14)

Howard, Richard. ‘John Ashbery’. In Alone With America: The Art of Poetry in the United States Since 1950. London: Thames and Hudson, 1970.

Jakobson, Roman (Stephen Rudy, ed.). Selected Writings. III. Poetry of Grammar and Grammar of Poetry. The Hague: Mouton Publishers, 1981.

Jennings, Michael W. (Introduction to) Walter Benjamin, The Writer of Modern Life: Essays on Charles Baudelaire. Cambridge, Massachussetts: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2006.

Johnson, Andrew. ‘Surviving Desire: The Poetry of John Tranter’, in Landfall 187, Autumn 1994. pp.45–58.

Johnson, Samuel. (J P Hardy, ed.) Johnson’s Lives of the Poets: A Selection. Oxford: Oxford University Press, The Clarendon Press, 1971.

Johnston, Martin. Selected Poems and Prose. (John Tranter, ed.) St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1993.

Jones, Alex. ‘Computers and Poetry’, in Poetry Australia 39, April 1971 (pp.58–63).

Joyce, James. Ulysses. London: The Bodley Head, 1967, seventh impression with corrections.

Kenneally, Cath. ‘Poet, Pick Up that Guitar’. A review of The Floor of Heaven, by John Tranter. Australian Book Review. November 1992, number 146, pp.42–43.

Kerouac, Jack. On The Road. London: Andre Deutsch, 1958. First edition.

Kocan, Peter. In 24 Hours vol.4 no.11, then the ABC’s FM radio guide.

Lehman, David. ‘The Questions of Postmodernism.’ Jacket magazine 4, July 1998, at http://jacketmagazine.com/04/lehman-postmod.html.

Lilley, Kate. ‘Textual Relations: John Tranter’s The Floor of Heaven’, in Southerly magazine, volume 60, number 2, 2000. Sydney: Halstead Press, 2000. Available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/floor-lilley-2000.shtml

———. ‘An Interview with John Tranter’. Southerly volume 61 number 2, 2001. Recorded 20 April 2001. Available at http://johntranter.com/interviewed/2001lilley.shtml

———. ‘Tranter’s Plots’. In Australian Literary Studies, volume 14 number 1, May 1989. Available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/general-lilley.shtml

Loden, Rachel. “Two poems.” Jacket 16 (March 2002) at http://jacketmagazine.com/16/ov-lode

McAuley, James. ‘The Magian Heresy’. Quadrant, 1, iv (1957), 65–71

———. The Personal Element in Australian Poetry. Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1970.

Mallarmé, Stéphane. “Un coup de dés…’ (“A throw of the dice will never abolish chance…”), Paris: Cosmopolis magazine, 1897. Mallarmé’s poem can be found at http://www.mallarme.net/Coup_de_dés

———. Collected Poems. Translated and with a commentary by Henry Weinfield. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994.

———. Le livre, instrument spirituel, in Oeuvres complètes, eds. Henri Mondor and G. Jean-Aubry. Paris: Gallimard, 1945.

Mead, Philip. ‘Ut cinema poesis: Cinematism and John Tranter’s The Floor of Heaven’, in The Space of Poetry, Lyn McCredden and Stephanie Trigg, eds. (Melbourne University Literary and Cultural Studies vol 3). Parkville Victoria: Department of English, 1996.

———. Networked Language. Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 2008.

Mengham, Rod, ed. The Salt Companion to John Tranter. Great Wilbraham, Cambridge UK: Salt Publishing, 2009 [?].

Messerli, Douglas. ‘Making Things Difficult’: Douglas Messerli in conversation with Charles Bernstein, September 7 to 12, 2004, in Jacket magazine 28 at http://jacketmagazine.com/28/bern-iv-mess)

Murray, Les A. (Les Allan). Collected Poems. Melbourne: Black Inc., 2006.

O’Hara, Frank. The Collected Poems of Frank O’Hara. (Donald Allen, ed.). New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1972.

Perloff, Marjorie. ‘“But isn’t the same at least the same?”: Translatability in Wittgenstein, Duchamp, and Jacques Roubaud.’ In Jacket 14 (July 2001) at http://jacketmagazine.com/14/perl-witt

———. The Poetics of Indeterminacy: Rimbaud to Cage. New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1981.

Pollnitz, Christopher. ‘John Tranter: Belated Approvals of Partly Living in Zombie Sydney’, in Scripsi magazine, Ormond College, Melbourne University, volume 6, number 1. It is also available online at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/underberlin-pollnitz.html

———. ‘The poet’s voice dismantled’, Weekend Australian, October 3, 1992. (rev 4). It is also available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/floor-pollnitz.shtml

Potts, Robert. ‘Kristeva at the Ministry of Sound’. London: Poetry Review: ‘The Republic of Sprawl’ New Australian poetry issue, volume 89, number 1, Spring 1999.

Proust, Marcel. Within a Budding Grove. Part Two. Translated by C.K. Scott Moncrieff. London: Chatto & Windus, 1961.

Rieke, Alison. ‘Words’ Contexts, Contexts’ Nouns: Zukofsky’s Objectivist Quotations’. Contemporary Literature, Vol. 33, No. 1, (Spring, 1992), pp. 113–34. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1992. Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1208376 Accessed: 05/08/2008 02:24.

Riemer, Andrew. ‘Casual Slaughters’, Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday, 19 September 1992 (p.42)

———. ‘Flights of the Plain and Fancy’ The Sydney Morning Herald 11–12 May 2002, Spectrum (p.10)

Rilke, Rainer Maria. Buch der bilder. Berlin / Leipzig, Stuttgart: Axel Junker Verlag, 1906. ‘Aus Einem April’ p.10.

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Rimbaud, Arthur. Collected Poems. Translated and with an Introduction and Additional Notes by Oliver Bernard. First published 1962, reprinted with Additional Notes and minor revisions 1997. London: Penguin Books, revised edition, 1997.

Robbins, Frank. Johnny Hazard: Side Pocket Sam: daily strips 1 Jun 45 to 16 May 46. US Classics Series volume 2. Long Beach CA: Tony Raiola, 1984, and Park Forest IL: Ken Pierce Inc., 1984. Johnny Hazard Copyright © King Features Syndicate.

Schenker, Daniel. ‘Technology versus Technique: The Fundamental Project of Galway Kinnel’s Recent Poetry.’ American Poetry 5:3 (Spring 1988), 53–63. In ‘On “The Porcupine” and “The Bear”.’ http://www.english.uiuc.edu/MAPS/poets/g_l/kinnell/bear.htm

Seferis, George. Collected Poems 1924–1955. Translated, edited and introduced by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1967; London: Jonathan Cape, 1969.

Shklovsky, Viktor. Theory of Prose. Trans. Benjamin Sher. Elmwood Park, Illinois: Dalkey Archive Press, 1990.

Shoptaw, John. On the Outside Looking Out: John Ashbery’s Poetry. Cambridge, Massachussetts: Harvard University Press, 1994.

Starkie, Enid. Arthur Rimbaud (3rd edition). London: Faber and Faber, 1961.

Strachey, James. ‘Sigmund Freud: His Life and Ideas’. In Freud, Sigmund. Volume 9: Case Histories II (The Pelican Freud Library) Harmondsworth UK: Penguin Books, 1979.

Symons, Arthur, and Richard Ellmann. The Symbolist Movement in Literature. Kessinger Publishing, 2004.

———. Cities and Sea-Coasts and Islands. Evanston IL: Northwestern University Press, 1998.

Taylor, Andrew. ‘John Tranter: Absence in Flight’, in Australian Literary Studies vol 12 no 4 October 1986. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1986. Collected in Andrew Taylor. Reading Australian Poetry. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1987, pp156–70. Available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/1986taylor.shtml

———. ‘Resisting the Mad Professor: Narrative and Metaphor in the Poetry of John Tranter’, in Journal of Narrative Technique, Winter 1991. Ypsilanti, MI, USA: Eastern Michigan University, 1991. Available at http://johntranter.com/reviewed/1990taylor-a.shtml

Todorov, Tzvetan. The Poetics of Prose. Trans. Richard Howard. Ithaca NY: Cornell University Press, 1977.

Tranter, John. ‘Morning Impression’ (poem), Harvester magazine. Hurlstone Agricultural High School year book magazine, November 1960, p 58.

———. ‘By Blue Ontario’s Shore’ (poem), Jacket magazine number 27 http://jacketmagazine.com/27/trant-ontario

———. ‘Dan Dactyl and the Mad Jungle Doctor’. Southerly vol 61 no 2, 26–37. Sydney: Halstead Press, 2001. Also in Chain 8 Summer 2001. pp.272–83. Philadelphia: English Department, Temple University, 2001. Also in Poetry Review vol 92 no 2 Summer 2002. London: Poetry Society, 2002. pp.29–40.

———. ‘Desmond’s Coupé’ with a note on homophonic translation. Rhizome magazine: postgraduate research at the University of Wollongong. Number 1. Wollongong University Postgraduate Association, 2006. pp 12–13.

———. ‘Double Six’, six photographs by John Tranter of Australian poet Gig Elizabeth Ryan, poet Bruce Beaver, artist Julie Brown-Rrap, poet John A. Scott, artist Paula Dawson, and poet Susan Hampton, with accompanying short prose poems. Republica magazine Issue 2, ed. George Papaellenis. pp.23–35. Pymble: Angus & Robertson (HarperCollins Publishers), 1995. ‘Double Six’ is available at http://johntranter.com/double-six/ds1

———. ‘Feints, Apparitions and Mode of Locomotion: The Influence of Anxiety in the Poetry of John Tranter’. A paper prepared for the ‘Poetry and the Trace’ conference held in Melbourne 13–16 July 2008 under the auspices of Monash University. This thesis contains substantial amounts of revised material from this paper. Available (as a PDF file) at http://johntranter.com/00/trace-link.shtml

———. ‘Four diversions and a prose-poem on the road to a poetics,’ first published in Meanjin, vol.47 no.4 (Summer 1988), pp. 588–92. Available at http://johntranter.com/prose/poetics.html.

———. ‘Mr Rubenking’s Breakdown.’ Melbourne: Meanjin magazine (number 4, 1991). Republished in Virginia: _Postmodern Culture_ v.3 n.1 (September, 1992) at http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/pmc/text-only/issue.992/pop-cult.992. PMC was one of the very earliest internet-only magazines. Also available at http://johntranter.com/prose/brekdown.shtml

———. ‘Neuromancing Miss Stein’. Picador New Writing, 1995. Sydney: Picador, 1995. Republished in Urban Myths, pp.167–73.

———. ‘Notes to poems: Urban Myths: 210 Poems: New and Selected.’ Available at http://johntranter.com/notes/um.shtml

———. ‘Untitled’. A review of John Berger, Photocopies (London: Bloomsbury) in The Australian, 4 January 1997.

———. ‘Odi et Amo’, review of Somebody Else: Arthur Rimbaud in Africa by Charles Nicholl (London: Jonathan Cape, 1997). Available at http://johntranter.com/reviewer/nicholl.shtml.

———. (Reviews twelve books of poetry.) Meanjin magazine, vol.37 no.1, Autumn, 1978. Available at


———. ‘Preface to the Seventies’, on the University of Sydney Library’s SETIS site:


———. ‘Rimbaud and the Pursuit of the Modernist Heresy’. In New Poetryvol.21 no.5–6 1974 (pp.34–39).

———. ‘The Anaglyph’. The Modern Review. Richmond Hill: The Modern Review, Summer 2007 (June 2007). Volume II Issue 4. pp. 120–28.

———. ‘Three John Ashberys’ The Independent, March 1994. (Australia) Available at http://johntranter.com/prose/3jas.shtml

 ———. ‘Yoo Hoo, Fugaces! Some Fugitive Poems by John Tranter, With Notes by the Author’. In A Salt Reader (John Kinsella, ed.). Applecross WA: Folio, 1995. This anthology represents issues 5, 6 and 7 of Salt Literary Journal.Available at http://johntranter.com/poems/fugitive.shtml

———. (Editor) Free Grass, undated, no address, no publisher, 1968. The entire five-foolscap-page mimeo issue of Free Grass number one is available on the Internet at the University of Sydney Library SETIS site at http://setis.library.usyd.edu.au/tranter/poems/free-grass/index.html. Tranter claims that though only the one issue was published, a second issue was printed and was lost.

———. (Editor) Jacket magazine, on the Internet at http://jacketmagazine.com (from October 1997). Archived at the National Library of Australia at http://pandora.nla.gov.au.

———. (Editor) Martin Johnston: Selected Poems and Prose (edited by John Tranter). St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1993.

———. (Editor) The Penguin Book of Modern Australian Poetry (co-edited with Philip Mead). Ringwood: Penguin Australia, 1992.

———. (Editor) The Tin Wash Dish: Poems from Today’s Australians. (Selected by John Tranter from entries in the poetry section of the ABC/ABA Literary Awards competition held in 1988). Crow’s Nest : ABC Enterprises, 1989.

———. (Editor) The New Australian Poetry. St Lucia: Makar Press, 1979, reprinted with corrections 1980.

———. (Editor) Poetry Australia. ‘Preface to the Seventies’ issue, February 1970. Five Dock: South Head Press, 1970.

———. (Editor) Transit New Poetry, number 2, January 1969, Camperdown NSW: Transit, 1969.

———. (Editor) Transit New Poetry, number 1, September 1968, Paddington NSW: Transit, 1968.

———. (Interview) ‘Original of his generation.’ John Tranter in conversation with Rosemary Neill. Weekend Australian, 12–13 August 2006, Feature 7. Available at http://johntranter.com/interviewed/2006-r-neill-australian-iv

———. (Interview) In conversation with John Kinsella, 2005. Unpublished.

———. (Interview) In conversation with Lance Phillips, October 2004. Available at http://herecomeseverybody.blogspot.com/2004/10/john-tranter-spent-his-youth-on-farm

———. (Interview) In conversation with Robert Hahn, Balmain, 2003. Available in Fusebox (Rattapallax) at http://www.rattapallax.com/fusebox_04tranter

———. (Interview) In conversation with C K Tower, ‘Word for Word’, Riding the Meridian, Jennifer Ley, ed., vol.1 no.1 (1999). Available at http://www.heelstone.com/meridian/word1.html.

———. (Interview) In conversation with Ted Slade, May 1998. Available at http://johntranter.com/interviewed/slade-iv.shtml

———. (Interview) In conversation with Guy Shahar, The Cortland Review (September 1998). Available at

———. (Interview) In conversation with Mr Jan Garrett, July 1980. Introduction by Jan Garrett. Broadcast in Books and Writing, ABC Radio National, 28 July 1980. (Provenance: John Tranter’s transcript of an off-air audio tape copy of the program.)

 ———. Urban Myths: 210 Poems: New and Selected. St. Lucia Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 2006.

———. Studio Moon. Great Wilbraham, Cambridge UK: Salt Publishing, 2003.

———. Trio. Great Wilbraham, Cambridge UK: Salt Publishing, 2003.

———. Borrowed Voices. Nottingham: Shoestring Press, 2002.

———. Heart Print. Great Wilbraham, Cambridge UK: Salt Publishing, 2001.

———. Ultra. Rose Bay (Sydney): Brandl and Schlesinger, 2001.

———. Blackout. Cambridge UK: Barque Press, 2000.

———. Late Night Radio. Edinburgh: Polygon, 1998.

———. Different Hands. Fremantle: Folio/Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1998.

———. Gasoline Kisses. Cambridge UK: Equipage, 1997.

———. At The Florida. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1993.

———. The Floor of Heaven. Sydney: Collins/Angus & Robertson, 1992.

———. ‘Gloria’. Southerly number 3, 1991, ‘Memory’ special issue. 80–109. North Ryde: Harper Collins, 1991.

———. Under Berlin. St Lucia: University of Queensland Press, 1988.

———. Gloria. King’s Cross, Sydney: Nicholas Pounder, 1986. 11pp, paperback. ISBN 1862527571.

———. Selected Poems. Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 1982.

———. Dazed in the Ladies Lounge. Sydney: Island Press, 1979.

———. Crying in Early Infancy: 100 Sonnets. St Lucia: Makar Press, 1977.

———. The Alphabet Murders: Notes from a Work in Progress. Poets of the Month series. Sydney: Angus & Robertson Publishers, 1976.

———. The Blast Area (Gargoyle Poets number 12). St Lucia: Makar Magazine, 1974.

———. Red Movie and other poems. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1972.

———. Parallax and other poems. Sydney: South Head Press, 1970. As Poetry Australia magazine, number 34, June 1970. (Date incorrectly shown on the half-title page as June 1968).

Tymoczko, Maria. The Irish Ulysses. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1994. http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/ft5s200743

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Zukofsky, Louis. Catullus (Gai Valeri Catulli Veronensis Liber), with Celia Zukofsky. London: Cape Goliard, 1969; NY: Grossman, 1969.