. Michael McClure Bibliography ~ Alphabetical by Title

 

MICHAEL McCLURE:

A Selected Bibliography, 1956-2002

Contributions to Periodicals


This bibliography is arranged alphabetically by periodical name. If the poem is untitled or lacks a descriptive title it is followed by the first line in quotations in order to further identify it.

The same information contained here, but arranged chronologically, is forthcoming, as is a much more comprehensive list. Please get in touch with me to be notified of updates and additions to the bibliography, or if you have any additions to, or comments about, the list.

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Adventures in Poetry No. 11.
New York: The Print Center, Spring 1974. Edited by Larry Fagin.
FLEAS 121-129.
note: Adventures in Poetry is unpaginated.

Ark II / Moby I.
San Francisco: [n.p.], 1956. Edited by Michael McClure & James Harmon.
CANOE: EXPLICATION;
LOGOS: KNOUT. pp4-5.

Armadillo
Sarasota, FL: Periplus Press, 1970. Edited by John Weber.
UNITED AIR. pp52-53
note: Poem is reproduced from holograph and printed sideways, spanning two pages.

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Bastard Angel No. 1.
San Francisco: Harold Norse, Spring 1972. Edited by Harold Norse.
FROM A MAUVE POCKET NOTEBOOK. p. 41

Beatitude No. 25
San Francisco: Beatitude Press,1976. Edited by Thomas Dawson.
THE RAINS OF FEBRUARY. p. 48

Bombay Gin No. 25 (1999).
Boulder, CO: The Naropa Press, 1999. Edited by Lisa Birman, et al.
DOGEN SONATA ONE. pp92-97

Bricoleur.
San Francisco: David Gitin, September 1969. Edited by David Gitin.
THE LION-BEAMS.
note: Bricoleur is unpaginated.

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The Cafe Review Vol. 5
Portland, ME: The Cafe Review, Spring 1994. Edited by Steve Luttrell & Wayne Atherton. THE BUTTERFLY;
DECONSTRUCTION MAN. pp36-37
INTERVIEW with Michael McClure, pp. 24-35.

The Cafe Review Vol. 8 (summer 1997)
Portland, ME: The Cafe Review, Summer 1997. Edited by Steve Luttrell & Wayne Atherton. GRAFTING ONE;
GRAFTING TWO. pp33-34

The Capilano Review, Series 2, No. 17/18
North Vancouver, BC: January 1996. Edited by Robert Sherrin.
from PORTRAIT OF THE MOMENT. pp119-126

Caterpillar 6
New York: Clayton Eshleman, January 1969. Edited by Clayton Eshleman.
CATERPILLAR 6 (cover)
7 LOS ANGELES POEMS. pp40-46
note: All are poems reproduced from holograph.

City Lights Journal 3 San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1966. Edited by Lawrence Ferlinghetti.
MAD SONNET. p146

The Co-Evolution Quarterly (Journal for the Protection of All Beings), No. 19.
Sausalito, CA: POINT, Fall 1978. Edited by Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Michael McClure, David Meltzer, & Gary Snyder.
THE DEATH OF KIN CHUEN LOUIE. pp53-55
also: editor's statement by Michael McClure, p4.

Conjunctions No. 2
New York: David R. Godine, 1982. Edited by Bradford Morrow.
FOR KATHY;
POEM. ("LET ENERGY FLOW THROUGH THE SYSTEM"). pp89-92

Conjunctions No. 3
New York: David R. Godine, 1982. Edited by Bradford Morrow.
THE DEUCES: A BLACK VALENTINE. pp146-171
note: A play.

Conjunctions No. 4
New York: David R. Godine, 1983. Edited by Bradford Morrow.
BEGINNING WITH LINES FROM THE MANYOSHU;
UNTITLED ("SPLASHES OF REVERSE RADIANCE ARE SPIRIT"). pp153-154

Conjunctions No. 7
New York: David R. Godine, 1985. Edited by Bradford Morrow.
IN INTERVIEW. Michael McClure & Robert Duncan. pp69-82
also: photo of Michael McClure & Robert Duncan. p68

Conjunctions No. 9
New York: David R. Godine, 1986. Edited by Bradford Morrow.
THE TORTURE MURDERS UPSTATE IN CALAVERAS COUNTY;
THE BULKS OF HEART. pp108-109
also: Peter Cole reviews "Selected Poems" on pages 278-281.

Conjunctions No. 17
New York: David R. Godine, 1991. Edited by Bradford Morrow.
SPIRIT'S DESPERADO. p364

Coyote's Journal No. 8
[n.p.]: James Koller, 1967. Edited by James Koller & Edward van Aelstyn.
PLATINUM FUR. p74
also: photo of Michael McClure with autoharp, by Larry Keenan. p. 75

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East Side Review, Vol. 1 No. 1
New York: Shepard Sherbell, Jan./Feb. 1968. Edited by Shepard Sherbell.
ODE TO THE NEGATIVE UNIVERSE. pp.50-51
note: 3 photos of Michael McClure straddle pages 50-51.

Eleventh Finger No. 4
Sussex, England: Paul Matthews & Paul Evans, Spring 1968. Edited by Paul Matthews & Paul Evans.
5 MAD SONNETS. pp20-24

Evergreen Review Vol. 2, No. 6
New York: Evergreen Review, Autumn 1958. Edited by Barney Rosset.
ODE TO JACKSON POLLOCK. pp124-126

Evergreen Review Vol. 5, No. 20
New York: Evergreen Review, Sept./Oct. 1961. Edited by Barney Rosset.
ON SEEING SHELLEY'S EYES THROUGH THE MEDUSA. pp37-39

Evergreen Review Vol. 11, No. 49
New York: Evergreen Review, October 1967. Edited by Barney Rosset
THE BEARD. pp65-79
note: The Beard is published in its entirety in a special section, printed on gold paper

Evergreen Review No. 98
New York: Grove Press, 1984. Edited by Barney Rosset & Fred Jordan
SOMEBODY'S DREAM (AFTER CELAN) p129

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Fathar No. 2
Buffalo: Duncan McNaughton, December 1970. Edited by Duncan McNaughton
TATHAGATA VALENTINES
note: Fathar is unpaginated.

Fervent Valley No. 4
Placitas, NM: Duende Press, Summer 1974. Edited by Stephen Rodefer.
5-line Michael McClure quotation taken from Rolling Stone magazine.
note: Fervent Valley is unpaginated.

Floating Island No. 4
Point Reyes Station, CA: Floating Island Publications, 1989. Edited by Michael Sykes
CZECHOSLAVAKIA. pp60-61

Fuck You: A Magazine of the Arts No. 4
New York: Ed Sanders, 1962. Edited by Ed Sanders
UNTITLED. ("THE MIND PAIN COMES OVER ME AND I AM BLUNKED")
note: Fuck You is unpaginated.

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The Galley Sail Review Vol. 1 No. 2 (No. 5)
San Francisco: Galley Sail Pubications, Winter 1959-1960. Edited by Stanley McNail
L'ETOILE. pp39-40

Gas
San Francisco: New College of California, Winter 1990. Edited by Kevin Opstedal, Charlie Ross, & Tom Clark.
DREAM WORD OPENING. p114

Green Flag / Journal for the Protection of All Beings
San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1969. Edited by Sandra Corrie & Laura Stine.
TO JAMES B. RECTOR.
note: Green Flag is unpaginated & is in support of People's Park in Berkeley. This poem spans 3 pages.

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Io No. 20, Biopoesis
Plainfield, VT: Io, 1974. Edited by Harvey Bialy
WOLF NET. pp143-300
note: A book-length essay, comprising more than half this issue of Io. Astonishingly wonderful - my advice is to find this one at all costs!

Isthmus No. 2
San Francisco: Isthmus Press, [n.d.]. Edited by J. Rutherford Willems
ST. DIONYSIUS;
THE LIBRARY. pp3-4

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Kayak No. 16
San Francisco: Kayak Books, 1968. Edited by George Hitchcock
HUMMINGBIRD ODE. p13

Kayak No. 31
San Francisco: Kayak Books, 1968. Edited by George Hitchcock
WRITTEN ABOVE THE SIERRAS IN THE FLYLEAF OF REGIS DEBRAY'S REVOLUTION IN THE REVOLUTION;
FOR JANE;
MUSTARD. pp10-12

Kuksu No. 4
Nevada City, CA: Kuksu Press, 1975. Edited by Dave Pendell.
EL CERRO ES NUESTRO ! p76

Kulchur Vol. 4 No. 14
New York: Kulchur Press, Inc. 1964. Edited by Lita Hornick.
REASON. pp55-62
note: an essay

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New Directions No. 29
New York: New Directions Books, 1974. Edited by James Laughlin.
WRITTEN IN EDINBURGH;
LINES WITH WHITEHEAD;
WINDOW;
A THOUGHT. pp161-

New Wilderness Letter Vol. 1 No. 3/4
New York: New Wildnerness Foundation, December 1977. Edited by Jerome Rothenberg.
RANGE WAR. pp1-21
note: a play.

New Wilderness Letter No. 9
New York: New Wildnerness Foundation, December 1980. Edited by Jerome Rothenberg.
from COYOTE IN CHAINS. pp17-30

New York Quarterly No. 51
New York: The National Poetry Foundation, 1993. Edited by William Packard.
GORGEOUSNESS. p29

New York Quarterly No. 55
New York: The National Poetry Foundation, 1995. Edited by William Packard.
CRAFT INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL McCLURE. pp9-22
note: full-page photos of Michael McClure appear on pages 10 & 17

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Open Reading No. 1, Second Series
Rohnert Park, CA: [n.p.], March 1972. Edited by David Bromige.
VALENTINE'S DAY;
HORSEHAIR WORM. pp20-21

Origin No. 6, Second Series
Kyoto: Cid Corman, July 1962. Edited by Cid Corman.
THE HELD BACK PAIN. pp39-45

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The Paris Review No. 55
Paris: The Paris Review, Fall 1972. Edited by George Plimpton et al.
WRITTEN AFTER FINDING A DOLPHIN SKULL ON THE GULF OF CALIFORNIA;
from THE BOOK OF JOANNA. pp98-102

Poetry Vol. 87 No. 4
Chicago: Poetry, January 1956. Edited by Henry Rago.
2 FOR THEODORE ROETHKE. pp218
note: This is Michael McClure's first appearance in print.

Poetry Vol. 102 No. 3
Chicago: Poetry, June 1963. Edited by Henry Rago.
THE CHILD;
MAD SONNET;
MAD SONNET. pp152-154

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The Review of Contemporary Fiction Vol. 10 No. 3
Edited by John O'Brien, S.E. Gontarski, et al.
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL McCLURE. pp116-123
note: interview is on the topic of Grove Press, the focus of this issue.

Root, Branch & Mammal: A Monthly Bulletin of Animal Discourse No. 2
Turnbridge, VT: Centre for the Study of Cultural Morphology & Mutation, 1970.
A THOUGHT
also: one of 3 epigrams on second page, quotes McClure: "NEW SOCIETY WILL BE BIOLOGICAL";
on another page THE SURGE & MEAT SCIENCE ESSAYS appear on a list of "Suggested Readings."
note: Root, Branch & Mammal is unpaginated.

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The San Francisco Earthquake Vol. 1 No. 2
San Francisco: Jacob Herman & Gail Dusenbery, Winter 1968. Edited by Jacob Herman & Gail Dusenbery
MUSCLED APPLE SWIFT. pp73-77
also: Auerhahn ad mentioning second edition of Dark Brown, p78;
City Lights Books ad mentioning Meat Science Essays inside back cover.

San Francisco Focus Vol. 34 No. 6
San Francisco: KQED, June 1987. Edited by Mark K. Powelson.
THERE'S SOMETHING HAPPENING HERE. p50, continued on p120.
note: an essay. "Poet Michael McClure...takes a walk down Haight St. 1967".
also: includes a photo of the poster for THE BEARD.

Sidewalk Vol. 1 No. 1
Edinburgh: Sidewalk, [1960]. Edited by Alex Neish.
THE FLOWER OF POLITICS. pp29-30
also: Hymns to St. Geryon & Other Poems reviewed by Paul Williams. p76

Sulfur 45/46
Ypsilanti, MI: Eastern Michigan University, 2000. Edited by Clayton Eshleman
THINKING OF SU TUNG-P'O. pp176-177

Sunset Palms Hotel Vol. 2 No. 5
Los Angeles: Mount Alverno Press, Summer 1974. Edited by Coleman Andrews, Michael C. Ford & Bill Yaryan.
THE CLAREMONT SUITE (LULLABY; AUBADE; THE VISION; THE CRICKET SIGHS)
note: a suite of four poems spans 3 pages of the magazine, which is unpaginated.

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Third Rail No. 7
Los Angeles: Third Rail, 1985/1986. Edited by Uri Hertz.
MICHAEL McCLURE ON JULIAN BECK. pp36-38
note: this interview includes a photo of McClure & Beck on p37.

Third Rail No. 8
Los Angeles: Third Rail, 1987. Edited by Uri Hertz.
PLANH. p13
also: SELECTED POEMS reviewed by Doren Robbins. pp84-85;
THE BEARD/VKTMS reviewed by David Del Bourgo. p85

Third Rail No. 9
Los Angeles: Third Rail, 1988. Edited by Uri Hertz.
MICHAEL McCLURE ON WALLACE BERMAN. pp4-7
also: photo of SEMINA 3. p5;
photo of Wallace Berman's poster for THE BEARD. p7

Transit No. 10
Coventry, United Kingdom: Transit Magazine, 2002. Edited by Kevin Ring.
SOMETHING OF INDIA. p25-26.
also: photo of Michael McClure & Richard Brautigan. front cover
note: SOMETHING OF INDIA should have been centered but instead appears flush against left edge.

Tractor No. 3
San Francisco: Tractor, 1972. Edited by Barbara Szerlip.
99 THESES. pp39-41

Truck No. 14
Carrboro, NC: Truck Press, 1974. Edited by David Wilk.
RELEASE NECK HEAD FOOT. p189
note: listed as p189 in table of contents, but actually inside back cover.

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Vox Populi
Seattle: Eleventh Hour Productions, 2001. Edited by Edward L. Jenkinson & Catherine Martin.
GRAFTING ELEVEN. p76

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Yugen No. 6
New York: LeRoi Jones & Hettie Cohen, 1960. Edited by LeRoi Jones & Hettie Cohen.
THE COLUMN. pp2-3

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Zyzzyva Vol. 13 No. 3
San Francisco: Zyzzyva, Winter 1997. Edited by Howard Junker
WHY DO I LOVE ALLEN? pp56-58

 

 

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