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Sun Black Sun. New York, Hawk's Well Press, 1960.
The Seven Hells of the Jigoku Zoshi. New York, Trobar Books,1962.
Sightings I-IX. New York, Hawk's Well Press, 1964.
The Gorky Poems. Mexico, El Corno Emplumado, 1966.
Between: Poems 1960-1963. London: Fulcrum Press, 1967.
Conversations Los Angeles, Black Sparrow Press, 1968.
Sightings & Red Easy a Color (with prints by Ian Tyson). London,
Circle Books, 1968.
Poems 1964-1967. Los Angeles, Black Sparrow Press, 1968.
Poland/1931 (first installment). Santa Barbara, Unicorn Press, 1969.
A Book of Testimony. San Francisco, Tree Books, 1971.
Poems for the Game of Silence. New York, Dial Press, 1971;
reprinted, New York, New Directions, 1975.
Poems for the Society of the Mystic Animals, with Ian Tyson and
Richard Johnny John. London, Tetrad Press / Spot Press, 1972, 1982.
Esther K. Comes to America (with cover by Eleanor Antin, photographs
by Laurence Fink). Santa Barbara, Unicorn Press, 1973.
Seneca Journal 1: A Poem of Beavers. Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Perishable
Poland/1931 (complete). New York, New Directions, 1974
The Cards. Los Angeles, Black Sparrow Press, 1974.
The Pirke & the Pearl. San Francisco, Tree Books, 1975.
Seneca Journal: Midwinter (box, with objects and collages by the
author and Philip Sultz). St. Louis, Singing Bone Press, 1975.
A Poem to Celebrate the Spring & Diane Rothenberg's Birthday.
Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Perishable Press, 1975.
The Notebooks. Milwaukee, Membrane Press, 1976.
Seneca Journal: The Serpent (with painted folders by Philip Sultz).
St. Louis, Singing Bone Press, 1978.
A Seneca Journal (complete). New York, New Directions, 1978.
Narratives & Realtheater Pieces (with woodcuts by Ian Tyson).
Lot, France, Braad Editions, 1978.
Abulafia's Circles. Milwaukee, Mebrane Press, 1979.
B*R*M*Tz*V*H. Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin, Perishable Press, 1979.
Numbers & Letters. Madison, Wisconsin, Salient Seedling Press,
Vienna Blood. New York, New Directions, 1980.
That Dada Strain. New York, New Directions, 1983.
15 Flower World Variations (with drawings by Harold Cohen). Milwaukee,
Membrane Press, 1984.
A Merz Sonata, with Debra Weier. Princeton, New Jersey, Emanon Press
& Women's Studio Workshop, 1985.
New Selected Poems 1970-1985. New York, New Directions, 1986.
Khurbn & Other Poems. New York, New Directions, 1989.
Further Sightings & Conversations (with introduction by Michael
Palmer). San Francisco, Pennywhistle Press, 1989
The Lorca Variations (1-8). Tenerife, Spain, Zasterle Press, 1990.
Improvisations, designed & produced by Susan Gosin, with etchings
by Warrington Colescott, Dieu Don Press, New York, 1992
Six Gematria, with prints by Ian Tyson, Tetrad Press, 1992
The Lorca Variations (complete). New York, New Directions, 1993.
Gematria. Los Angeles, Sun & Moon Press, 1994.
An Oracle for Delfi. Milwaukee, Membrane/Light & Dust Books,
Pictures of the Crucifixion. New York, Granary Books, 1996.
Seedings & Other Poems. New York, New Directions, 1996.
(translations of 'Hunger' in Dutch, French and German; with a woodcut
by Jan Voss), Ergo Pers, Ghent, 1997.
& Other Gematria, with drawings by Ian Tyson and French translations
by Nicole Peyrafitte, Editions Ottezec, Nimes, 1998 At the
Leonardo Project: 10 + 2, visual poems, privately printed, San Diego,
Elegies & Improvisations, Meow Press, Buffalo & San Diego,
of Poets, New Directions, 1999.
for the Game of Silence, reissue, New Directions, 2000.
Case for Memory, & Other Poems, with Ian Tyson, printed in cooperation
Granary Books, 2001.
of Witness: Spells & Gris-Gris (poems), New Directions, scheduled:
Young German Poets. San Francisco, City Lights Books, 1959.
The Deputy, by Rolf Hochhuth (American Playing Version). New York,
Samuel French, 1965.
The Flight of Quetzalcoatl (Aztec). Brighton, England, Unicorn Books,
Poems for People Who Don't Read Poems, by Hans Magnus Enzensberger
(co-translator with Enzensberger and Michael Hamburger). New York,
Atheneum, 1968; London, Secker & Warburg, 1968.
The Book of Hours & Constellations, by Eugen Gomringer. New
York, Something Else Press, 1968.
The 17 Horse Songs of Frank Mitchell (Navajo, with prints by Ian
Tyson). London, Tetrad Press, 1970.
Gematria 27 (Hebrew, with Harris Lenowitz). Milwaukee, Membrane
Songs for the Society of the Mystic Animals (Seneca Indian, with
typographical realizations by Ian Tyson). London, Tetrad Press,
Four Suites, by Federico Garc!a Lorca. Los Angeles, Sun & Moon
The Suites (complete), by Federico Garc!a Lorca. New York, Farrar
Straus & Giroux, 1991 as part of Collected Poems: A Bilingual
PPPPPP: Poems Performance Pieces Proses Plays Poetics of Kurt Schwitters,
with Pierre Joris. Philadelphia, Temple University Press, 1993;
reprint by Exact Change, 2002.
Like a Raven, translations from Kurt Schwitters in an artists
by Barbara Fahrner, Granary Books, 1996.
& Other Poems by Vitezslav Nezval, translations from the Czech,
Sovak, Green Integer (Sun & Moon Press), 2001.
Suites by Federico García Lorca, translations from the Spanish,
(Sun & Moon Press), 2001.
Burial of the Count of Orgaz, & Other Poems by Pablo Picasso,
translations from Spanish and French, edited with Pierre Joris,
Exact Change, scheduled: 2003.
Through: Translations & Variations, Wesleyan University
Press, scheduled: 2003.
New York, Something Else Press, 1966.
Technicians of the Sacred: A Range of Poetries from Africa, America,
Asia, [Europe], & Oceania. New York, Doubleday-Anchor, 1967;
(revised edition) Berkeley, University of California Press, 1985.
Shaking the Pumpkin: Traditional Poetry of the Indian North Americas.
New York, Doubleday-Anchor, 1972; (revised edition) New York, Alfred
van der Marck Editions, 1986; Albuquerque, University of New Mexico
America a Prophecy: A New Reading of American Poetry from Pre-Columbian
Times to the Present, with George Quasha. New York, Random House,
Revolution of the Word: A New Gathering of American Avant- Garde
Poetry 1914-1945. New York, Seabury-Continuum, 1974; (reprint) Boston,
Exact Change Press, scheduled: 1996.
Ethnopoetics: A New International Symposium, with Michel Benamou.
Boston, Alcheringa and Boston University, 1976.
A Big Jewish Book: Poems & Other Visions of the Jews from Tribal
Times to the Present, with Harris Lenowitz. New York, Doubleday-Anchor,
1978; abridged and reprinted as Exiled in the Word, Port Townsend,
Washington, Copper Canyon Press, 1989.
Symposium of the Whole: A Range of Discourse Toward an Ethnopoetics,
with Diane Rothenberg. Berkeley, University of California Press,
Poems for the Millennium:The University of California Book of Modern
& Postmodern Poetry, with Pierre Joris. Volume
One: From Fin-de-Sihcle to Negritude. Berekely, University of
California Press, 1995. Volume
Two: From Postwar to Millennium, 1998.
Book, Spiritual Instrument, with David Guss. New York, Granary Books,
of the Book: Some Works & Projections About the Book & Writing,
Steven Clay, Granary Books, New York, 2000.
Sabina, volume in the series Poets for the Millennium, University
Press, scheduled: 2003.
& Other Writings. New York, New Directions, 1981.
The Riverside Interviews 4: Jerome Rothenberg, with Gavin Selerie
(ed.) and Eric Mottram. London, Binnacle Press, 1984.
Dada Strain, with music by Bertram Turetzky. The Center for Theater
Science and Research, San Diego, California, and Lexington, New
York, 1985, 1987.
Radio Play: Der Dada Ton [That Dada Strain], Germany, 1986.
Poland/1931, adaptation by Hanon Reznikov. New York, The Living
"Khurbn/Hiroshima," texts by Jerome Rothenberg (poet)
and Makoto Oda (novelist) with music by Charlie Morrow, produced
by Bread & Puppet Theater, August 26-27, 1995.
Topographies: Notes on Ethnopoetics from a Province of the Mind"
by Judith Gleason, in Parnassus, vol. 11, no. 2, 1984.
In Search of the Primitive: Rereading David Antin, Jerome Rothenberg
and Gary Snyder by Sherman Paul, Baton Rouge and London, Louisiana
State University Press, 1986.
"Apocalyptic Messianism and Contemporary Jewish-American Poetry
by R. Barbara Gitenstein, Albany, State University of New York Press,
"Soundings: Zaum, Seriality and the Discovery of the 'Sacred'"
by Marjorie Perloff, in American Poetry Review, February 1986.
"Where the Real Song Begins: The Poetry of Jerome Rothenberg"
by Eric Mottram, in Dialectical Anthropology, vol. 2, nos. 2-4,
"On Rothenberg's Revised 'Technicians of the Sacred'"
by Jed Rasula, in Poetics Journal, no. 6, 1986.
"Rothenberg's Continuing Revolution of the Word" by John
Zalenski, in North Dakota Quarterly, vol. 55, no. 4, Fall 1987.
"Literacy and the Roots of Poetry: A Conversation with Jerome
Rothenberg" by Frederick Garber, in Forum, Binghmaton, New
York, April 1987.
"Jerome Rothenberg: That Dada Strain" in Great American
Poetry Bakeoff, third series, by Robert Peters, Scarecrow Press,
"Some Bearings on Ethnopoetics" by Paul Christensen, in
Parnassus, vol. 15, no. 1, 1989.
The Object of Performance: The American Avant-Garde Since 1970 by
Henry M. Sayre, University of Chicago Press, 1989
An Interview with Jerome Rothenberg, conducted by Manuel Brito in
Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses, no. 22-223, Universidad de
la Laguna, Tenerife, Spain, 1991 [reprinted in M. Brito, A Suite
of Poetic Voices].
Joris, ed., Joy! Praise!: Jerome Rothenberg at Sixty, TaWil
Books and Documents, 1991.
Paul Christenson, entry on ethnopoetics and separate entry on Jerome
Rothenberg in Benet' Emptinesss, in Polish- Anglosaxon Studies,
volume 3-4 (The Papers of the Conference on Polish Themes in English
and American Literature), Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 1992.
Steve McCaffery & bpNichol, "Some Notes on Jerome Rothenberg
and Total Translation," in Rational Geomancy: The Collected
Research Reports of theToronto Research Group, Talonbooks, Vancouver,
Roger Gilbert, entry on Jerome Rothenberg in The Oxford Companion
to Twentieth-Century Poetry, ed. Ian Hamilton, Oxford University
Geoffrey O'Brien, "Runes with a View: Jerome Rothenberg's Wide
Wide World, in Village Voice Literary Supplement, December
Frederick Garber, "Chapter 2: The Histories and Poetics of
Jerome Rothenberg," in F. Garber, Repositionings: Readings
of Contemporary Poetry, Photography, and Performance Art, The Pennsylvania
State University Press, University Park, Pennsylvania, 1995.
Fred Muratori, Remixing Lorca, Recounting the Word," in American
Book Review, December-February 1994/95.
"Rothenberg: New York/1968," essay by Eliot Weinberger,
in E.W., Poetics Politics Polemics, Marsilio Publishers, New York,
Lazer, Thinking Made in the Mouth: The Cultural Poetics of
David Antin & Jerome Rothenberg (& passim), in H.
Lazer, Opposing Poetries, Northwestern University Press, Evanston,
Matlin, A Gathering of Flowers, review of Poems for
the Millennium, in
Book Review, volume 18, number 2, December-January, 1996-97.
Foley, review of Poems for the Millennium, volume 2, in Foleys
Alsop Review (electronic), April 24, 1998. Also in Mythosphere,
G. Doty, University of Alabama, volume 1, no. 4.
Rasula, Jerome Rothenberg, in Dictionary of Literary
Biography 193: American Poets since World War II, Sixth Series,
ed. Joseph Conte, 1998.
Foley, Jerome Rothenberg: Seedings & Other Poems,
in Foleys Books,
Alsop Review (electronic), 1998.
Finkelstein, The Messianic Ethnography of Rothenbergs
Contemporary Literature, The University of Wisconsin Press, volume
39, number 3, Fall 1998.
di Manno, Rothenberg, pour aller vite, in Java, no.
18-19, Paris, 1999.
by Pierre Joris in Contemporary Jewish-American Dramtists and Poets,
ed. by Michael Taub and Joel Shatzky, Greenwood Press, Westport,
Conn. and London, 1999.
Medusa Interview (Portuguese) and Tecnicos do Sagrado:
Jerome Rothenberg (Selections from Technicians of the Sacred),
tr. Rodrigo Garcia Lopes, in Medusa, Brazil, 1999.
Murphy Selinger, Shekhina in America, containing an
extended discussion, in Jonathan N. Barron and Eric Murphy Selinger,
Jewish American Poetry: Poems, Commentary, and Reflections, Brandeis
University Press, 2000.
Qureshi, A Paradise of Poets (review), in Jacket, No.
, July 2000 [online].
Daniele, Jerome Rothenberg: Postmoderno come postolocausto,
in D. Daniele, Scrittori e finzioni dAmerica: Incontri e cronache
1989-1999, Bollati Boringhieri, Torino, 2000.
Foley, Flowers Normally Irregular: An Interview with Jerome
Rothenberg and Pierre Joris, in Jack Foley, Foleys Books:
California Rebels, Beats, & Radicals, Pantograph (publisher),
Middleton, The Transitive Poetics of Rothenbergs Transnational
Anthologies, in West Coast Line, vol. 14, no. 2, Simon Fraser
University, Burnaby, BC, fall 2000.
Middleton, Seven Words for Jerome Rothenberg, in Robert
special issue on Rothenberg-Joris collaborations, Samizdat, no.
7, Winter 2001.
Bergan, A Book By Any Other Name (review of A Book of
the Book), in Samizdat, ibid.
Effort Somehow in Common, interview by Michael Rodriguez,
in Samizdat , ibid.
Finkelstein, Between Poland and Sumer: The Ethnopoetics of
and Armand Schwerner, in N. Finkelstein, Not One of Them in
Place: Modern Poetry and Jewish-American Identity, State University
of New York Press, 2001.
Rothenberg: A Descriptive Bibliography, ed. Harry Polkinhorn. Jefferson,
North Carolina, and London, McFarland Publishing Company and American
Poetry Contemporary Bibliography Series, 1988.
Reader's Encyclopedia of American Literature, ed. George Perkins,
Barbara Perkins, Phillip Leininger, HarperCollins, 1991.
Reinhold Schiffer "Jerome Rothenberg: Das Lyrische Werk,"
in Kindlers Neues Literatur Lexicon, vol. 14, pp. 363-5, Walter
Jens Verlag, Munich, 1991.