Friday, July 14, 2017

Titles Read in 1994


A Poets’ Work: the other side of poetry by Sam Hamill

Good Night, Paul by Robert Peters

Mary Diana Dodds, a Gentleman and a Scholar by Betty T. Bennett

Without Warning by Patricia Donegan

Closer by Dennis Cooper

Life’s Dominion: an argument about abortion, euthanasia, and individual freedom by Ronald Dworkin


Listening to Prozac: a psychiatrist explores antidepressant drugs and the remaking of the self by Peter D. Kramer

LSD: my problem chid: reflections on sacred drugs, mysticism, and science by Albert Hoffman, translated by Jonathan Ott

Beyond the Andes: my search for the origins of pre-Inca civilization by Pino Turolla

The Book of Questions by Pablo Neruda, translated by William O’Daly

Interzone by William S. Burroughs, edited by James Grauerholz

The Pencil: a history of design and circumstance by Henry Petroski


Last Words by Antler

A Cat Is Watching: a look at the way cats see us by Roger Caras

A Man Jumps Out of an Airplane by Barry Yourgrau

America Revised: history schoolbooks in the twentieth century by Frances FitzGerald

Battle Report by Harvey Shapiro

Accidental Weather by Sherod Santos

Three Chinese Poets: translations of poems by Wang Wei, Li Bai [Li Po], and Du Fu [Tu Fu] by Vikram Seth

Shadowing the Ground by David Ignatow

Hotel Insomnia by Charles Simic

The Book of Gods and Devils by Charles Simic

The World Doesn’t End by Charles Simic

Classic Ballroom Dances by Charles Simic

Charon’s Cosmology by Charles Simic

Return to a Place Lit by a Glass of Milk by Charles Simic

Dismantling the Silence by Charles Simic

April - May

Ohitika Woman by Mary Brave Bird with Richard Erodes

Freedom’s in Sight by Alta

Letters to Women by Alta

No Visible Means of Support by Alta

I Am Not a Practicing Angel by Alta

The Man Who Shook Hands by Diane Wakoski

Androgyne, Mon Amour by Tennessee Williams

The Nature of Yearning by David Huddle

Jimmy’s Blues by James Baldwin

Issa: Cup of Tea Poems: selected haiku by Kobayashi Issa, translated by David G. Lanoue

The Knot by Alice Jones

Solitudes Crowded with Loneliness by Bob Kaufman

The Clouds of That Country by Jack Anderson

One Hundred Poems from the Japanese translations by Kenneth Rexroth

Open Secret versions of Rumi by John Moyne and Coleman Barks

Poems of the Late T’ang translated by A. C. Graham

Christopher and His Kind by Christopher Isherwood

New Italian Poets edited by Dana Gioia and Michael Palma

Late Returns: a memoir of Ted Berrigan by Tom Clark

The Good, the Bad, and the Famous by Len Sherman

Natural Birth by Toi Derricotte


Waters / Places / A Time by Larry Eigner

Half a Bottle of Catsup by Ted Fleischman

A Primer for the Gradual Understanding of Gertrude Stein edited by Robert Bartlett Haas

Selected Poems by Larry Eigner

July - November

Postwar Polish Poetry edited by Czeslaw Milosz

Captivity by Toi Derricotte

Ants Will Not Eat Your Fingers: a selection of traditional African poems edited by Leonard Doob

Sixty Poems of Martial in Translation by Martial, translated by Dudley Fitts

Revenge of the Apple by Alicia Portnoy

The Books of Magic by Neil Gaiman, et al

Vertical Poetry by Roberto Juarroz

Earthquake Weather by August Kleinzahler

The Ancient Rain: poems, 1956 - 1978 by Bob Kaufman, edited by Raymond Faye

The Minus Sign: selected poems by Carlos Drummond de Andrade, translated by Virginia de Araujo

Breathing by Mark O’Brien

The Women and the Men by Nikki Giovanni

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Collected Poems, 1909 - 1962 by T. S. Eliot

The White Album by Joan Didion

Bread edited by Jake Goodson

The Robots of Dawn by Isaac Asimov

Memoirs by Pablo Neruda

The Brethren: inside the Supreme Court by Bob Woodward and Scott Armstrong

On Being Blue: a philosophical inquiry by William Gass


Answer Song by David Trinidad

Transparence of the World by Jean Follain, translated by W. S. Merwin

Selected Poems and Translations, 1969 - 1991 by William Matthews

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