Jackson Mac Low, "The Presidents of the United States of America." Composed in January and May 1963. Some/thing 1 (Spring 1965): 29-40 [the first series, including Washington through Fillmore; "1837. 24 May 1963," pp. 32-33]. Rpt. in Open Poetry: Four Anthologies of Expanded Poems, eds. Ronald Gross and George Quasha with Emmett Williams, John Robert Colombo, and Walter Lowenfels (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1973), pp. 348-360 ("1837. 24 May 1963," pp. 351-352, free online (first page, second page)). "1837. 24 May 1963" was reprinted in America, a Prophecy, A New Reading of American Poetry from Pre-Columbian Times to the Present, eds. George Quasha and Jerome Rothenberg (New York: Vintage Books, 1974), pp. 229-232, American Poetry since 1950: Innovators and Outsiders: An Anthology, ed. Eliot Weinberger (New York: Marsilio Publishers, 1993), pp. 179-180, free online (first page, second page); and Mac Low, Thing of Beauty: New and Selected Works, ed. Anne Tardos (Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2009), pp. 126-127, free online. A reading by the poet in New York, February 25, 1964 ["1837. 24 May 1963" beginning at 15:41].
Norman MacAfee, "The Coming of Fascism to America." February-March 2005. Jacket 29 (April 2006). Free online. Rpt. as MacAfee, The Coming of Fascism to America (New York: The Bowery Poetry Club, 2006) and in MacAfee, One Class: Selected Poems, 1965-2008 (Brownsville, Vermont: Harbor Mountain Press, 2008).
Hugh MacDiarmid, "The Meeting of the East and the West." Complete Poems 1920-1976, Vol. 2, eds. Michael Grieve and W.R. Aitken (London: Martin Brian & O'Keeffe, 1978), pp. 852-857.
Lachlan Mackinnon, "Poets." The Jupiter Collisions (London: Faber & Faber, 2003), pp. 49-51.
Kath MacLean, "Last Train to Wyncote"; "Refusing Persephone’s Bowl of Fruit"; "Ins Rechte Licht"; "Given to Unnatural Lust"; "The Air Thick with Gadflies"; "So Many Fishes, So Many Loaves of Bread"; "Hilda in the Orchard"; "Wolf Is a Wolf"; "His Head, a Pomegranate"; "Richard Mansfield’s Last Performance." Translating Air (Montreal & Kingston • London • Chicago: McGill-Queen's University Press), pp. 5-6 (free online), 33-35, 36-38, 39-41, 42-44, 48-50, 73-75, 76-77, 76-77, 78-80, 81-82.
Archibald MacLeish, America Was Promises (New York: Duell, Sloans & Pearce, Inc., 1939) [an allusion to Pound who "Sat beside the water at Rapallo"]. Rpt. in America's 93 Greatest Living Authors Present This Is My Best: Over 150 Self-Chosen and Complete Masterpieces, Together with Their Reason for Their Selection, ed. Whit Burnett (New York: The Dial Press, 1942), pp. 123-132, free online; MacLeish, Collected Poems, 1917-1952 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1952), pp. 333-341; Poetry from Literature for Our Time, Third Ed., eds. Harlow O. Waite and Benjamin P. Atkinson (New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1958), pp. 730-736; MacLeish, New & Collected Poems, 1917-1976 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1976), pp. 323-331; and MacLeish, Collected Poems, 1917-1982, with a prefatory note to the newly collected poems by Richard B. McAdoo (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985), pp. 323-331. Free online.
Archibald MacLeish, "Epistle to the Rapalloan." Poetry 33.4 (Jan. 1929): 184. Free online and here. Rpt. in Anthology of Magazine Verse for 1929 and Yearbook of American Poetry, ed. William Stanley Braithwaite (New York: George Sully, 1929), p. 223; The Poetry Anthology, 1912-1977: Sixty-five Years of America's Most Distinguished Verse Magazine, eds. Daryl Hine and Joseph Parisi (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1978), and The Poetry Anthology, 1912-2002: Ninety Years of America's Most Distinguished Verse Magazine, eds. Joseph Parisi and Stephen Young, with an introd. by Joseph Parisi (Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2002), p. 70.
Archibald MacLeish, "Ezry." Collected Poems 1917-1952 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1952), p. 168. Rpt. in Modern Verse in English 1900-1950, eds. David Cecil and Allen Tate (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1958), p. 362, free online; MacLeish, The Collected Poems of Archibald MacLeish (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962), p. 176; The New Oxford Book of American Verse, ed. Richard Ellmann (New York: Oxford University Press, 1976), p. 630; MacLeish, New & Collected Poems, 1917-1976 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1976); and MacLeish, Collected Poems, 1917-1982 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985), p. 410. Free online. A reading by the poet, recorded in the Coolidge Auditorium, May 13, 1963 (52:13).
Archibald MacLeish, "Sentiments for a Dedication." Poems, 1924-1933 (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1933), pp. 76-77, free online. Rpt. in MacLeish, Collected Poems 1917-1952 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1952), pp. 83-84, free online (first page, second page); MacLeish, The Collected Poems of Archibald MacLeish (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1962), pp. 93-94, free online (first page, second page); MacLeish, New & Collected Poems, 1917-1976 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1976), pp. 285-286, free online (first page, second page); MacLeish, Collected Poems, 1917-1982, With a prefatory note to the Newly Collected Poems by Richard B. McAdoo (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1985), pp. 285-286, free online (first page, second page); and American Poetry: The Twentieth Century, Volume One (New York: Library of America, 2000), pp. 852-853, free online.
Barry MacSweeney, "Himself Bright Starre Northern Within." The Book of Demons (Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1997), pp. 76-81. Rpt. in MacSweeney, Wolf Tongue: Selected Poems 1965-2000 (Tarset, Northumberland: Bloodaxe, 2003), pp. 257-262.
Derek Mahon, "A Kensington Notebook." P N Review 9.6 [no. 32] (July-August 1983): 13-14. First page. Rpt. as Mahon, A Kensington Notebook (London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1983) and in Mahon, Antarctica (Dublin: Gallery Press, 1985), pp. 9-14; Mahon, Selected Poems (London: Viking; Loughcrew, Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland: The Gallery Press, in association with Oxford University Press, 1991), pp. 90-95, free online (first page, next two pages, next two pages, last page); Mahon, Collected Poems (Loughcrew: Gallery Press, 1999), pp. 143-147; and Earth Voices Whispering: An Anthology of Irish War Poetry, 1914-1945, ed. Gerald Dawe (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 2008), pp. 353-357.
John H. Maier, "St. Elizabeths." Honolulu, Dec. 1995. Diplomats from Hawaii (Calcutta: Writers Workshop, 1999), p. 118.
Gerard Malanga, "For the poet Leonard Cohen of Montreal." New York Scenes Magazine (ca. 1969). Rpt. in Malanga, 10 Poems for 10 Poets (Los Angeles: Black Sparrow Press, 1970), pp. 13-18. A folder on 10 Poems for 10 Poets is found in the Gerard Malanga Papers, 1906-2019 (bulk 1970-2010), YCAL MSS 813, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University Library, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.
Gerard Malanga, "The Little Schoharie." 17:ii:92, Great Barrington, MA. Mythologies of the Heart (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 1996), pp. 54-56, free online. Rpt. in Malanga, No Respect: New & Selected Poems, 1964-2000 (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 2001), pp. 212-213. Free online (first page, second page). Drafts are located in the Gerard Malanga Papers, 1906-2019 (bulk 1970-2010), YCAL MSS 813, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University Library, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.
Gerard Malanga, "SIGHTING, 1:30 a m, May 3rd 1981—the Odeon—name unknown, with semiotexts spliced into infrastructure." Printed under the title: "from The Poem as Essay," Tarasque I (1983): 30-40. Rpt. in Malanga, Mythologies of the Heart (Santa Rosa: Black Sparrow Press, 1996), pp. 73-89.
Saundra Rose Maley, "Olga and Ezra." The SLIGO Journal of Arts & Letters (Montgomery College, Takoma Park, Maryland) (Fall 2014/Spring 2015): 34. Free online.
David Malouf, "News from the Dark Ages." Neighbours in a Thicket: Poems (St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1974), p. 34. Rpt. in Malouf, Poems 1959-89 (St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1992), free online, and Malouf, Revolving Days: Selected Poems (St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 2008), pp. 46-47, free online. Free online.
Daniel Maria Mancini, "ChantSong pour Mont Ségur" Parts I, II & IV. Mont Ségur, Ariège (France), 27 April 2000. I Poeti della Sala Capizucchi/The Poets of the Sala Capizucchi. Eds. Caterina Ricciardi, John Gery, Massimo Bacigalupo. New Orleans: University of New Orleans Publishing / Rimini: Raffaelli Editrice, 2011. 40-47. English and Italian on facing pages. English translation by Stefano Maria Casella. Free online.
Daniel Maria Mancini, "RomA-AmoR: Elegia Romana / Roman Elegy: RomA-AmoR," trans. by Stefano Maria Casella. In Place of Love & Country. Poems in the Pound Tradition. Eds. John Gery and Richard Parker. The Crater Press UK, 2013: 47-58.
Teemu Manninen, "Ezra Pound." lyrikline (Literaturwerkstatt Berlin), 2013. Finnish original with a reading by the poet and an English translation by the poet.
Dawn Manning, "Pilgrimage." In: "Codemakers" (Master of Fine Arts, University of New Orleans, 2012), p. 16. Free online.
Katie Manning, "Tea with Ezra." The Southwestern Review (Spring 2010). Rpt. in Manning, Tea with Ezra (Lafayette, La.: Boneset Books, 2013) and as a broadside (Poems-For-All no. 1800, 2019). Free online and here.
Stanley Marcus, "Cadre." Stand 4.4-5.1 [no. 174] (December 2003-May 2004): 34-35.
Dambudzo Marechera, "The Dance is Open." Two Tone (Zimbabwe) (1969): 20. Rpt. in Zimbabwean Poetry in English: An Anthology (Gwelo: Mambo Press, 1978), p. 107, and Marechera, Cemetery of Mind: Collected Poems, compiled by Flora Veit-Wild (Harare, Zimbabwe: Baobab Books, 1992 [i.e., 1993]), p. 7.
Helene Margaret, "Half Circle (To Ezra Pound)." Columbia Poetry 1931, with an introd. by John Erskine (New York: Columbia University Press, 1931), p. 31.
Sean Mark, "Not ideas but ties." Life at the BSR (British School at Rome), August 7, 2019. Free online.
Matt Markonis, "Scrap of the Brown Paper Bag." Prose-Poems (Lulu.com, 2013).
Fabrício Marques, "Como eles morrem." Printed, along with a Spanish translation by Renato Sandoval, as "Cómo mueren ellos," Fornix: Revista de creación y crítica 13 (Oct. 2013): 130-151 (Portuguese and Spanish on facing pages), free online and here. Printed, along with a Spanish translation by Agustín Arosteguy as "Cómo ellos mueren," in Marques, Fuera del alcance de la memoria [Antologla poética 1998-2018] (Surco-Lima: Vallejo & Co., 2019), pp. 121-134, free online.
Don Marquis, "The Golden Group." New York Sun, 26 March 1915. Rpt. in Mock Modernism: An Anthology of Parodies, Travesties, Frauds, 1910-1935, ed. Leonard Diepeveen (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014), p. 218. Free online.
Don Marquis, "To G. S. and E. P." New York Evening Sun, 3 October 1914, p. 6. In his column "The Sun Dial." Rpt. in The Critical Response to Gertrude Stein, ed. Kirk Curnutt (Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 2000), pp. 235-236, and Mock Modernism: An Anthology of Parodies, Travesties, Frauds, 1910-1935, ed. Leonard Diepeveen (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014), pp. 216-217.
Alec Marsh, "Canto MMIII," The Promised Land: And Other Songs of Red Sox Nation (CreateSpace, 2013). Free online.
Alec Marsh, "Pentimenti: What Young Ezra Pound Saw in The Prado" (2020, unpublished). Free online.
Amelia Martens, "because they tried." "Transoceanic: Poems" (M.F.A., Indiana University 2007), p. 12.
Herbert Woodward Martin, "Homage to Ezra Pound." Fiasco 14 (Summer 1965): 10. Rpt. in Descant: The Texas Christian University Literary Journal 11.4 (Summer 1967): 28.
Herbert Woodward Martin, "Remembering Ezra Pound." House Organ 30 (2000): 7. Rpt. in The Vincent Brothers Review 8.1 [no. 20] (2002).
Ribitch Martin, "I Wanted to Shoot Ezra Pound." 8/18/77. The Last Word: Collected Poetry and Prose Volume 2 (1977-2015) (Lulu.com, 2019), p. 91. Free online.
Sheri Martinelli, "To EP A Lume Spento: A Rivedérci Maestro Melisa." Paideuma 1.2 (Winter 1972): 285.
Gastón Alejandro Martínez, "El sofá." Periódico de Poesía 99 (Mayo 2017). Free online.
Boris Maruna, "Ezra Pound (kratka biografija)." Hrvatska revija 23.3 (1973): [between 376-386]. Rpt. in Maruna, Ogranicenja (München; Barcelona: Knjižnica Hrvatske Revije, 1986), p. 81. Free online and here. Translated from Croatian into Spanish as "Ezra Pound (Breve biografia)" here and here.
Boris Maruna, "Jutro kad sam napokon očistio svoju sobu." Upute za pakleni stroj: izabrane pjesme, izbor i pogovor Tonko Maroevic (Zagreb: Nakladni zavod Matice hrvatske, 1998), pp. 232-236. Rpt. in Pobratimstvo lica u nemiru: pjesnici Tinu Ujeviću, priredio Mladen Vuković (Split: Hrvatsko kulturno društvo Napredak, 2000), pp. 91ff., and Maruna, Svijet koji znam: izbor iz poezije, priredio Bruno Kragić (Zagreb: Društvo hrvatskih književnika, 2015), pp. 149ff.
Clive Matson, "Poet Fever." Ole, Bensenville, Ill. (ca. 1964-1966). Rpt. as "Poet Fever (for James R. Lowell)" in A Tribute to Jim Lowell, ed. with a preface by Tom L. Kryss (Cleveland: Ghost Press, 1967), n.p.
John Matthias, "Arrangement in Gray and Black"; "Guy Davenport's Tables"; "The Cotranslator's Dilemma." Kedging: New Poems (Cambridge: Salt, 2007), pp. 38-39, free online, 43, free online, 81-83, free online (first page, last two pages).
John Matthias, "The Co-Translator's Dilemma." boundary 2 29.1 (Spring 2002): 31-34. Rpt. as "The Cotranslator’s Dilemma" in Jesper Svenbro, Three-toed Gull: Selected Poems, translated from the Swedish by John Matthias and Lars-Håkan Svensson (Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 2003); Matthias, Kedging: New Poems (Cambridge: Salt, 2007), pp. 81-83, free online (first page, last two pages); and Matthias, Collected Shorter Poems Volume 2 (1995-2011) (Bristol: Shearsman Books Ltd, 2011), pp. 256-258. Free online.
John Matthias, "E.P. in Crawfordsville." Chicago Review 33.3 (Winter 1983): 98-99. Free online. Rpt. in Matthias, Northern Summer: New and Selected Poems, 1963-1983 (Athens, Ohio: Swallow Press; London: Anvil Press, 1984); PN Review 19.2 (November-December 1992): 39, excerpt; Matthias, Swimming at Midnight: Selected Shorter Poems (Athens: Ohio University Press, 1995), p. 31; Matthias, New Selected Poems (Cambridge: Salt, 2004), pp. 174-175, free online; and Matthias, Collected Shorter Poems Volume 2 (1995-2011) (Bristol: Shearsman Books Ltd, 2011), pp. 20-21.
John Matthias, "From a Compostella Diptych: Part I: France: The Ways." TriQuarterly 76 (Fall 1989): 113-122 [VI, 119-122]. "The sixth [poem in the first half of a cycle, of which three poems are excerpted here] deals with the troubadours and concludes with an evocation of Pound and Eliot on the road from Excidieul just after World War I." Free online. Rpt. as "A Compostela Diptych" in Matthias, A Gathering of Ways (Athens: Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, 1991) [Part I: France, VI, pp. 74-78] and (as excerpted) in Matthias, New Selected Poems (Cambridge: Salt, 2004), pp. 269-309 [Part I: France, VI, pp. 280-284].
John E. Matthias, "Statement." Sou'wester 35 (October 30, 1970): 135-136. Rpt. in Matthias, Bucyrus (Chicago: Swallow Press, 1971), pp. 59-60. Rpt. in Matthias, New Selected Poems (Cambridge: Salt, 2004), pp. 9-10. Free online. Manuscripts and proofs of Bucyrus are housed in the John Matthias Papers, 1935-2010, JEM, University of Notre Dame Archives, Notre Dame, Indiana. Finding aid.
John Matthias, "Working Progress, Working Title [Automystifstical Plaice]." Electronic Book Review, August 23, 2002. Note and here. Poem and here. Rpt. as "Automystifstical Plaice" in Matthias, Working Progress, Working Title (Cambridge: Salt, 2002), pp. 1-32. "Automystifistical Plaice" -- A Ballet Mechanique Spread-Spectrum Ecstasy, with voices: Joyelle McSweeney, Stephen Fredman, John Matthias, and Chris Jara. Film and Antheil realization by Paul D. Lehrman for G. Schirmer, Inc., Notre Dame University, September 8, 2010. Video. Background to Performance of "Ballet Mécanique: A Spread-Spectrum Ecstasy" from John Matthias. Poster for performance.
John Matthias, "Yeats, Pound and Pooh: Stone Cottage, Sussex." Boulevard 85 & 86 (2013). Rpt. in Matthias, Complayntes for Doctor Neuro & Other Poems (Bristol: Shearman Books, 2016).
Bernadette Mayer, Midwinter Day (Berkeley, California: Turtle Island Foundation, 1982; New York: New Directions Publishing Corporation, 1999) ([Part One], pp. 1-26 [at 19] in the New Directions ed.).
Bernadette Mayer, "Old Notebook." Poetry State Forest (New York: New Directions, 2008), pp. 163-187.
Bernadette Mayer, "This Is a Problem-Solving Dream Where The Group Attempts to Change the Language." Scarlet Tanager (New York: New Directions, 2005), pp. 52-66.
Gail Mazur, "Isaac Rosenberg." Salmagundi 168/169 (Fall 2010): 207-208. Free online. Rpt. in Mazur, Figures in a Landscape (Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2011), pp. 63-64. Free online.
Thomas McAfee, "On Reading an Anthology of 'Most of the Boys Who Have...'" Sou'wester 35 (October 30, 1970): 131.
Chris McCabe, "# 1,111: ezra pound." The Hutton Inquiry (Cambridge, U.K.: Salt Publishing, 2005), p. 90. Free online.
Victoria McCabe, "Pound." Sou'wester 35 (October 30, 1970): 133-134. Rpt. in New York Quarterly 42 (Summer 1990): 42.
Steve McCaffery, "A Few Donuts from an Hommagiste or: Bad Modernism." New American Writing 26 (2008). Rpt. in McCaffery, Verse and Worse: Selected and New Poems of Steve McCaffery 1989-2009, selected, with an introd., by Darren Wershler and an afterword by Steve McCaffery (Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2010), pp. 23-25. Excerpt.
Steve McCaffery, "Portrait of EP (in memoriam Francesco Conz)." 2014. The New Concrete: Visual Poetry in the 21st Century, eds. Victoria Bean and Chris McCabe (London: Hayward Publishing, 2015). Free online and here.
Steve McCaffery, Ray di Palma, and Ron Silliman. "(grey) Probe Continues (gray)." In Bruce Andrews, Charles Bernstein, Ray di Palma, Steve McCaffery, and Ron Silliman, LEGEND (New York: L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E/Segue, 1980), pp. 75-98 (Pound mentioned, p. 92). Rpt. in Legend: The Complete Facsimile in Context, eds. Matthew Hofer and Michael Golston (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2020), pp. 81ff. (Pound mentioned, p. 98). In the same volume, "Re: Re: Legend," by Bruce Andrews, Charles Bernstein, Ray di Palma, Steve McCaffery, and Ron Silliman, pp. 251-266, mentions Pound on p. 266.
Thomas McCarthy, "A Gannet Falls." Pandemonium (Manchester: Carcanet Press, 2016). Free online.
Thomas McCarthy, "Seven Winters in Paris [I-VIII, XXV-XXVIII]." The Poetry Ireland Review 27 (Autumn 1989): 26-27 [XXVII, at 27]. Free online. Rpt. in McCarthy, Seven Winters in Paris (London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1989) [XXVII, at 16].
Shane McCauley, "For Ezra." Westerly: A Quarterly Review (English Department, University of Western Australia) 22.1 (March 1977): 85. Free online.
Joanna McClure, "March 31, 1971." Catching Light: Collected Poems (Berkeley, Calif.: North Atlantic Books, 2013), pp. 145-147. Free online.
Howard McCord, "My Brother's Death." Fables & Transfigurations: Poems (San Francisco, California: Kayak Books, 1967). Rpt. in The Young American Poets, ed. Paul Carroll, Introd. by James Dickey (Chicago and New York: Follett Publishing Company, 1968), pp. 288-291, free online (first two pages, last two pages), and McCord, The Selected Poems of Howard McCord 1955-1971, preface by Theodore Enslin (Trumansburg, New York: The Crossing Press, 1975), pp. 31-33, free online (first page, last two pages).
Catfish McDaris, "Go Pound Sand." Magic Coyote Rain Dance (Hastings, East Sussex: Holy & Intoxicated Publications, 2019). Free online.
Brad McDuffie, "The Enormous Tragedy of the Dream ('On Christ's Bent Shoulders')," Shawangunk Review 19 (Spring 2008): 70-72. Free online. Rpt. in Shawangunk Review 20 (Fall 2009): 20-21. Free online.
David W. McFadden, "Danny Quebec." 1961. PRISM: A Magazine of Contemporary Writing 2.4 (Summer 1961): 17-20. Free online. Rpt. in McFadden, Why Are You So Long and Sweet? Collected Long Poems, ed. Stuart Ross (London, Ontario: Insomniac Press, 2010), pp. 233-239.
David McFadden, "Dunce Macabre." Anonymity Suite (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 2014), pp. 36-38.
David W. McFadden, The Poem Poem (Kitchener, Ont.: Weed/Flower Press, 1967). December 28, 1966 to February 20, 1967, Hamilton, Ontario. Rpt. in McFadden, Why Are You So Long and Sweet? Collected Long Poems, ed. Stuart Ross (London, Ontario: Insomniac Press, 2010), pp. 13-47.
Kevin McFadden, "Astute Chinese Aside." Hardscrabble: Poems (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2008), pp. 94-95. Free online (first page, second page) and here. Rpt. in Seriously Funny: Poems about Love, Death, Religion, Art, Politics, Sex, and Everything Else, eds. Barbara Hamby and David Kirby (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2010), p. 398. Free online.
Ron McFarland, "Idaho Requiem." Eight Idaho Poets: An Anthology, ed. Ronald E. McFarland (Moscow: University Press of Idaho, 1979), p. 157. Rpt. in Ron McFarland, Composting at Forty and Other Poems (Lewiston, Idaho: Confluence Press, Lewis - Clark State College, [1983 or 1984]); McFarland, Stranger in Town: New and Selected Poems (Lewiston, Idaho: Confluence Press, 2000), p. 88; and McFarland, Greatest Hits 1976-2002 (Columbus, Ohio: Pudding House Publications, 2003), p. 16, free online. Also here and here and here and here.
Audrey McGaffin, "A Letter to E.P." Pound Newsletter 8 (Oct. 1955): 1.
Audrey McGaffin, "More than the Sun is Yellow." Imagi 6.4 (1955): 7. "'More than the Sun is Yellow' recalls her visit last April with Ezra Pound. The two other poets referred to in the poem are William Carlos Williams and Thomas Cole." ("Contributors' Notes"). Rpt. in McGaffin, The Imagined Country: Poems (Baltimore: Editions Imagi, 1957), p. 28. "The poem is based on a visit to Ezra Pound by the author in the company of William Carlos Williams and Thomas Cole." (p. 31).
Bob McGee, "ezra ezra read all about it" [sonnet 8]. Three Dozen Sonnets & Fast Drawings ([Montréal: Véhicule Press, 1973]), p. 9.
Thomas McGrath, "The Poet of the Prison Isle: Ritsos Against the Colonels." Echoes Inside the Labyrinth (New York and Chicago: Thunder's Mouth Press, 1983), pp. 55-56, free online (first page, second page). Rpt. in McGrath, Selected Poems 1938-1988, ed. and with an Introd. by Sam Hamill (Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press, 1988), p. 136, free online.
Sandy McIntosh, "W. H. Auden at Columbia University." Marsh Hawk Review (Fall 2016): 40-41. Free online.
Richard McKane, "Elegy for Ezra Pound." Amphora for Metaphors (New York: Gnosis Press; London: Diamond Press, 1993).
Don McKay, "Problems in Translation #59: Lichens." Lurch (Toronto, Ontario: McClelland & Stewart, 2021), pp. 33-36.
Louis McKee, "Crying Out." Fox Chase Review 2 (Autumn/Winter 2008). Free online.
Robert McLean, "Exiles." Enduring Love: Collected Poems (Lyttelton, New Zealand: Cold Hub Press, 2020).
John Mcleish, "Ode to Ezra." Free online.
Joseph McLeod, "Ezra Pound at Colonos." The Rim Poems (Waterloo, Ont.: Penumbra Press, 1990).
Duncan McNaughton, [poem]. First Intensity: A Magazine of New Writing 21 (2006). Rpt. in McNaughton, Bounce ([Lawrence, Kan.]: First Intensity Press, 2006) [unpaged].
Roger McTair, "On the death of Ezra Pound." Black Images 1.3-4 (Autumn & Winter 1972): 12-13. Rpt. in Other Voices: Writings by Blacks in Canada, ed. Lorris Elliott (Toronto, Canada: Williams-Wallace Publishers Inc., 1985), pp. 133-134. Free online (first page, second page).
Matthew Mead, "from 'Render unto Ezra.'" Kleinigkeiten ([Newcastle upon Tyne] Satis, 1966), p. 4. Rpt. in Mead, Identities and Other Poems (London: Rapp & Carroll, 1967), p. 28, and Mead, The Autumn-Born in Autumn: Selected Poems (London: Anvil Press Poetry, 2008), pp. 31-33.
Bob Mee, "Ezra Pound's Trombone (In a Museum in Genoa)." Bob Mee poetry and more, March 10, 2022. Free online.
Valerie Mejer Caso, "Paulina." Cuaderno de Edimburgo, prólogo de Raúl Zurita (Madrid: Amargord Ediciones, 2012). Free online. Translated from the Spanish by Michelle Gil-Montero in Asymptote (Oct. 2017), free online, rpt. in Mejer Caso, Edinburgh Notebook, trans. Michelle Gil-Montero, introd. by Raúl Zurita; photographs by Barry Shapiro (Notre Dame, IN: Action Books, 2020).
L. B. Mek, "Of Uncertain, Vigil's." January 2020. My Poetic Side, May 3, 2021. Free online.
D. H. Melhem, Country: An Organic Poem (Merrick, N.Y.: Cross-Cultural Communications, 1998) [Section 23, p. 46, free online].
Gerardo Mello Mourão, "Esdras-Ezra em seu cantocômio." Invenção do Mar: Carmen saeculare (Rio de Janeiro: Editora Record, 1997). Rpt. in Mello Mourão, Cânon & fuga (Rio de Janeiro: Editora Record, 1999).
Sebastián Melmoth [Iris Kiya], [poem beginning: "Pound se ha estado alimentando"]; [poem beginning: "Este es el proyecto de un beso"]. En la Trinchera (Santiago, Chile: Ediciones Punto G, 2016), pp. 11, 12-13. Free online and here and here.
David Meltzer, Beat Thing (Albuquerque: La Alameda Press, 2004), pp. 23, 24, 31, 33, 42, 54, 130.
Ifeanyi Menkiti, "Mutatis Mutandis." Of Altair, the Bright Light, design and illustration by Karyl Klopp (Chelsea, MA: Earthwinds Editions, 2007), pp. 9-22.
Hoshang Merchant, Paradise isn't Artificial. Les paradis ne sont pas artificiels (New Delhi: Red River, 2021) [Epigraph. Poems for Pound [I, II], p. 13; Canto VI 'Rapallo,' p. 19; Canto VII 'Memoirs of a Geisha' or the Japanese Canto, p. 20 ; Canto VIII Tagore Meets Pound, p. 21; Canto XII 'Pound's Mr Gandhi,' pp. 26-27; Canto XIII Egyptian Canto (for Omar), pp. 28-29; Silly Ditties [1, 2], p. 30; Canto XIV Pound Learns to Love Pasolini in Age, p. 31; Daddy Canto (A Fragment), p. 32; Canto XVII 'Adam me facit': The Anonymity, pp. 35-37; Canto XVIII Radio or Treason Broadcast Canto, pp. 38-39; Canto XXI Faculty Wives and the Atom Bomb, p. 44; Canto XXII The Immigrants, pp. 45-48; Canto XXIII The Woman Canto, pp. 49-50; Villanelle, p. 53; Canto XXIV Beauty Canto, pp. 54-58; Canto XXVI Canto Negra or Pornographic (Or Why I Wrote Sex Stories in Yaraana), pp. 61-64; Canto XXVII Celebrity Canto, pp. 65-69; Canto XXVIII Ferdows Canto, pp. 70-74; Sincerity (in Writing) Canto, pp. 79-81; Canto XXXII The Golconda Canto, pp. 83-86; Canto XXXIII The 'Sir' Canto, pp. 87-89; Canto XXXIV The Dharma Canto, pp. 90-95; Canto XXXV The Music or Dream Canto, p. 96; End-piece, p. 102; The Gandhi Canto (Continued), p. 107].
Hoshang Merchant, "Pound's Mr. Gandhi"; "Tagore Meets Pound." Kindle Magazine (India), February 2, 2015. Free online.
Hoshang Merchant, "Venice." Venice – Struga Poetry Evenings - Струшки вечери на поезијата, July 18, 2013. Free online.
James Merrill, Mirabell: Books of Number (New York: Atheneum, 1978) [Book 6, p. 125, free online].
James Merrill, Ouija transcript dated July 20, 1978. James Merrill Papers, 1926-2003, MS-MS-ms083, Special Collections, Olin Library, Washington University Libraries, St. Louis. Finding aid. An excerpt on Robert Frost and Ezra Pound is quoted in Chad Joseph Bennett, "Word of Mouth: Gossip and American Poetry" (Ph.D., Cornell University, 2011), p. 211 n.126, free online, and in Chad Bennett, Word of Mouth: Gossip and American Poetry (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2018), pp. 287-288 n.131.
James Merrill, Scripts for the Pageant (New York: Atheneum, 1980) [No, p. 171, free online].
W.S. Merwin, "Lament for the Makers." Poetry 166.6 (Sept. 1995) 317-323. Free online. Rpt. in Lament for the Makers: A Memorial Anthology, [compiled by] W.S. Merwin (Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1996), pp. 3-13; The Best American Poetry, 1996, Adrienne Rich, ed., David Lehman, series ed. (New York: Scribner Paperback Poetry, 1996), pp. 128-134, free online (first two pages, next two pages, next two pages, last page); The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Fifth Edition, Volume 2, Nina Baym, general ed. (New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, 1998), pp. 2685-2690 (first page, next two pages, next two pages, last page); Merwin, The River Sound: Poems (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1999), pp. 33-39; Inventions of Farewell: A Book of Elegies, ed. and with an introd. by Sandra M. Gilbert (New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, 2001), pp. 379-386; The Poetry Anthology, 1912-2002: Ninety Years of America's Most Distinguished Verse Magazine, eds. Joseph Parisi and Stephen Young (Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2002), pp. 482-487; and Merwin, Migration: New & Selected Poems (Port Townsend (Wash.): Copper Canyon Press, 2005), pp. 412-418. Free online.
Sharon Mesmer, "Little Dog at the End of the Rainbow." The Brooklyn Rail, Feb. 2019. Free online.
Juan Carlos Mestre, La tumba de Keats (Madrid: Hiperión, 1999), pp. 29, 35, 105. Roma, octubre 1997/ febrero 1998. Rpt. Barcelona: Calambur Editorial, with illustrations by the author, 2016. Fragments here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.
Gary Metras, "The Contribution of Ezra Pound." Poetry East 43 (Fall 1996): 88. Rpt. in Poetry East 47/48 (1999): 261.
Thomas Meyer and Jonathan Williams, EP Itaph. Pour l'Election de Son Sepulchre. Corn Close: Jargon Society, 1972. Published December 1972 as Jargon 79. Printed by Asa Benveniste.
Robert Mezey, "Ezra Pound." Light Quarterly 42 (Autumn 2003): 45.
John B. Michel, "The Ilk of Ezra Pound." The Fantast (Eastleigh, Hants) 2.1 [no. 8] (May 1940): 10-11. With a headnote: "Statement in the daily press by the returning expatriate American poet, Ezra Pound: 'The literature of social significance has no significance.'" Free online.
Richard Michelson, "Another Holocaust Poem." IMAGE (Art, Faith, Mystery) 60 (2009). Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. in Michelson, More Money Than God (Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2015), pp. 41-43.
Barry Middleton, "An Immortality." Poem Hunter, March 9, 2016. Free online.
'Midford' [Charles Wiltens Andrée Hayward], "Ballade of Ezra Pound." The Bulletin, Sydney, 64.3313 (11 Aug. 1943), p. 10. Free online.
Petr Mikeš, "XLV. Haiku Ezrovi"; "XLVI. Haiku Ezrovi II"; "XLVII. Haiku Ezrovi III"; "XLVIII. Haiku Ezrovi IV"; "XLIX. Haiku Ezrovi V"; "LXX. San Michele." Starý dům: haiku a jiné básně [with selected English translations by Matthew Sweney] (V Olomouci: Periplum, 2008), pp. 49-53, 74 (with English translations by Sweney of the first five poems as "Haiku for Ezra," "Haiku for Ezra II," "Haiku for Ezra III," "Haiku for Ezra IV," and "Haiku for Ezra V" on the same pages as the respective poems). The first five poems were reprinted under the heading "Haikus," followed by English translations by Sweney and Italian translations by Massimo Bacigalupo, 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. 80-82. "Haiku Ezrovi III" and "Haiku Ezrovi IV," along with Sweney's English translations, were rpt. in Václav Paris, "Petr Mikeš – An Appreciation," Vaclav Paris, December 21, 2020, free online.
Petr Mikeš, untitled poem [Ezra měl pravdu . . .]. Paměť rány (Havířov: Revue MUKL, 1990). Rpt., with the author’s English translation of the poem as [Ezra was quite right . . .], in Mikeš, Paměť rány = The memory of the wound: twelve poems (E. Holden, ME: Backwoods Broadsides, 1994), and in Mikeš, Jen slova = Just words, z českých originálů přeložili Petr Mikeš, Kerry S. Keys a Matthew Sweney (Praha: Fra, 2005).
Carol E. Miller, "Poem." The Muse Strikes Back: A Poetic Response by Women, eds. Katherine McAlpine and Gail White (Brownsville, OR: Story Line Press, 1997), p. 208.
Jane Miller, "Three Secrets for Alexis." The Iowa Review 11.2-3 (Spring-Summer 1980): 194-196. Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. in Miller, The Greater Leisures (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1983), pp. 23-26; Miller, Memory at These Speeds: New and Selected Poems (Port Townsend, Washington: Copper Canyon Press, 1996), pp. 59-61; and Hard Choices: An Iowa Review Reader, ed. David Hamilton (Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 1996), pp. 141-144.
Jeff Miller, "long huthered hajj." Otoliths: a magazine of many e-things, Rockhampton, Qld, Australia, 54 (August 1, 2019). Free online.
Stephen Paul Miller, "Pleasure." Skinny Eighth Avenue: Poems (East Rockaway, N.Y.: Marsh Hawk Press, 2005), pp. 21-32. Rpt. as "Relentlessly Going On and On: How Jews Remade Modern Poetry without Even Trying" in Radical Poetics and Secular Jewish Culture, eds. Stephen Paul Miller and Daniel Morris (Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press, 2010), pp. 343-353.
Sparling Mills, "Meeting Ezra Pound." Falling in Love Again: Poems and Graphics (Halifax: Herring Cove Press, 1975). Sparling Mills has written, "I too met Pound there [in Venice], on my way to South Africa in 1971 - just a few months before he died." (Sparling Mills, "Intimations of mortality," Books in Canada 15.8 (Nov. 1986): 33, free online.) Later, she wrote: "In May 1971 we arrived in Venice and booked into a charming and inexpensive pensione called the Cici. On the walls were pictures of Ezra Pound and handwritten poems signed by him. I was amazed and excited. Obviously we had landed in a special place. But the woman at the desk spoke no English. She just smiled and nodded when I asked about Pound. A few days later when Wallace and I were walking through the labyrinth of little rooms to the attached restaurant at the back we came upon Pound sitting at a table with a handsome woman companion, much younger than he. The setting was perfect: dove-grey walls translucent with indirect lighting. I stopped abruptly and he looked up. He must have realized I recognized him and that I was pleased. He nodded slightly, and so did I. But I did not speak. After that I saw him several more times in the same place with the same woman. Each time Pound would give me a nod. Then one morning about 10:30 we met at the front door, he coming out, I going in. Peggy, my little fox terrier, was with me. 'American?' he asked belligerently. 'Canadian.' 'Ahh,' he breathed, relaxing. He was moving away, when he looked down and seemed to see Peggy for the first time. 'Dogs have to wear muzzles in Venice,' he said gruffly, almost inaudibly. I tried to look serious. I told him she had one but she wanted to bark at the waves at the Punta della Dogana, hooked her front paw around the muzzle and ripped it off before we could grab it. It fell into the canal. Pound's frail body shook with laughter. 'She's got spirit, I like that.' Then he turned, and with seemingly infinite concentration, slowly walked to the little bridge and over. I didn't see him again. We had to leave Venice the next day. A few weeks later I heard he had died." (Sparling Mills, "Ezra Pound," Brushes with Greatness: An Anthology of Chance Encounters with Celebrities, ed. Russell Banks, Michael Ondaatje, and David Young (Toronto: Big Bang Books, Coach House Press ), p. 22).
Ewart Milne, "Remembrance Day 1972." The Beau: An Annual Publication of Literature and Art (Dublin) 2 (1982/1983): 38. Rpt. in Milne, The Folded Leaf: Poems, 1970-1980 (Isle of Skye, Scotland: Aquila, 1983), p. 47, and A Year in Poetry: A Treasury of Classic and Modern Verses for Every Date on the Calendar, eds. Thomas E. Foster and Elizabeth C. Guthrie, foreword by Richard Wilbur (New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1995), p. 410. Free online.
Czeslaw Miłosz, "Czeladnik [II]." Druga przestrzeń (Kraków: Wydawn. Znak, 2002). Translated into English by Miłosz and Robert Hass as "Apprentice" in Miłosz, Second Space: New Poems, transl. by the author and Robert Hass (New York: Ecco, An Imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2004), pp. 67-95 (II, pp. 74-78).
Roger Mitchell, "Listening." Ploughshares 15.1 [no. 48] (Spring 1989): 80-81. Rpt. in Mitchell, Delicate Bait: Poems (Akron, Ohio: The University of Akron Press, 2003), pp. 11-13.
Roger Mitchell, "Reading the News." Quixote 5.11 (1969) [chapbook]. Free online.
Susan Mitchell, "The Aviary." Ploughshares 16.4 [no. 53] (Winter 1990-1991): 220-223. First page. Rpt. as "Aviary" in Mitchell, Rapture: Poems (New York: HarperPerennial, 1992), pp. 70-73.
Susan Mitchell, "The City." Crazy Horse 39 (Winter 1990): 7-14. Rpt. as "Cities" in Mitchell, Rapture: Poems (New York: HarperPerennial, 1992), pp. 29-37.
H.D. Moe [H. David Moe], [poem mentioning Pound]. Beatitude Magazine (1970s). Rpt., with a translation into French, in The Baby Beats & the 2nd San Francisco Renaissance: 1970s = Les années 1970, translation with an introduction = traduction, sélection et introduction de Mathias de Breyne (La Souterraine, France: La Main Courante, 2005). Excerpt.
A. Mikhail Moharreri, "About Me, American Mind Destined to be Great." Sequoya Review (University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) (2003): 22. Free online.
Tze Ming Mok, "Bad example." The Spinoff Review of Books, Sept. 29, 2022. Free online.
Javier Molina, "Homenaje a Ezra Pound." Bajo la lluvia (México, D.F.: Dirección General de Publicaciones, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 1974). Rpt. in Palabra nueva: dos décadas de poesía en México. compilación, prólogo y notas de Sandro Cohen (México, D.F.: Premià, 1981), p. 45; Molina, Muestrario ([México, D.F.] 1984), p. 17; and Molina, El lugar de los hechos (Tuxtla Gutierrez, Chiapas [México]: Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas, 2005), p. 24.
Ricardo Molina, "Primavera poitevina. Homenaje a Ezra Pound." Antología: 1945-1967; prólogo y selección de Mariano Roldán (Barcelona: Plaza & Janés, 1976), p. 249. Rpt. in Molina, Obra poética completa / Vol. 2, Psalmos, Homenaje; Otras poemas (Granada: Ubago, 1982), p. 98; Molina, Obra poética. II, Poesía póstuma, estudio preliminar de Diego Martínez Torrón; edición de José María de la Torre (Madrid: Visor Libros, 2007); and Guillermo Carnero, El grupo cántico de Córdoba: un episodio clave de la historia de la poesía española de posguerra (Madrid: Visor libros, 2009, segunda edición actualizada y aumentada), p. 264.
Jason Monios, "Ezra Pound at Pisa." Bucket of Frogs, eds. Liz Niven and Brian Whittingham; with Michel Byrne (Gaelic advisor) (Glasgow: Association for Scottish Literary Studies, 2008), p. 152. Free online.
Philip Monks, "Five Poems For Ezra Pound" [1. A Side Portrait. 2. H.D. – Hilda's Dedication. 3. In St. Elizabeth's. 4. At The Posterity Event. 5. The Man Who Loved Ice Cream]. In Monks, "The Importance Of The Poetry Book In The Digital Age: How Far Digital Technology Has Influenced Contemporary Poetry And The Status Of The Poetry Book &The Birth of Romance: A Poetry Collection." Ph.D., University of Birmingham, 2017. 223-227. Free online.
Leland Monson, "Composed while Reading The Pleasures of the Damned." In: "Dictation from the Moon" (Master of Fine Arts, University of New Orleans, 2020), p. 27. Free online.
James J. Montague, "In Greenwich Village." The Boston Globe, Boston, Mass. (March 16, 1921): 39. Free online. The same "More Truth Than Poetry" column was also syndicated in Buffalo Courier, Buffalo, N.Y. (March 17, 1921): 5, free online; Sacramento Union, Sacramento, Cal., 219.17 (March 17, 1921): 4, free online; Syracuse Herald, Syracuse, N.Y., 45.13686 (March 17, 1921): 8, free online; and Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Tex. (March 31, 1921): 4.
Eugenio Montale, "L'alluvione ha sommerso il pack dei mobili." 27 novembre 1966. Altri Xenia (1968). Free online. Rpt. in Montale, Satura 1962-1970 (Milano: Mondadori, 1971), p. 46, free online; Montale, Selected Poems, ed. with introd., notes, and vocabulary by G. Singh; with a preface by Eugenio Montale (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1975), p. 107; Montale, Tutte le poesie (Milano: Mondadori, 1979); Montale, Poesie scelte, a cura di Marco Forti (Milano: Mondadori, 1987), p. 102; Romano Luperini, Pietro Cataldi, and Floriana D'Amely, Poeti italiani: il Novecento (Palermo: Palumbo; [Siena]: Università per stranieri di Siena, 1994), pp. 278-279, free online; Montale, Tutte le poesie, a cura di Giorgio Zampa (Milano: Mondadori, 1996), p. 318; and Montale, La casa di Olgiate e altre poesie, a cura di Renzo Cremante e Gianfranca Lavezzi (Milano: Mondadori, 2006), p. 128. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here. Translated into English by G. Singh as "Xenia II"  in Montale, New Poems: A Selection from Satura and Diario del '71 e del '72, transl. and introd. by G. Singh, with an essay on Xenia by F. R. Leavis (New York: New Directions, 1976), p. 14, free online. Translated into English by Jonathan Galassi as "Xenia, II " in Montale, "Xenia," Ploughshares 2.4 [no. 8] (Fall 1975): 125-135 (at 135), rpt. in The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses, ed. Bill Henderson (Yonkers, N.Y.: Pushcart Press, 1976), p. 447, free online, and Montale, Selected Poems, transl. by Jonathan Galassi, Charles Wright, and David Young; ed. with an introd. by David Young (Oberlin, OH: Oberlin College Press, 2004), p. 115. Translated into English by Harry Thomas as "Xenia, II " in TriQuarterly 114 (Fall 2002): 170-175 (at 175), free online and here, rpt. in Montale, Poems, ed. Harry Thomas (London: Penguin Books, 2002), pp. 183-188 (at 188) and Montale, Montale in English, ed. Harry Thomas (New York: Handsel Books, 2004), pp. 187-193 (at 192). Translated into Spanish by Fabio Morábito in Montale, Poesía completa, traducción, prólogo y notas de Fabio Morábito (Barcelona: Círculo de Lectores: Galaxia Gutenberg, 2006), p. 442-443 (with Italian and Spanish on facing pages) and by Ma. Ángeles Cabré as "El aluvión ha anegado los montones de muebles" in Montale, Satura, traducción de Ma. Ángeles Cabré (Barcelona: Icaria Editorial, 2000), pp. 52-53 (with Spanish and Italian texts on each page).
Eugenio Montale, "Due prose Veneziane" [II: "Il Farfarella garrulo portiere ligio agli ordini…"]. Satura 1962-1970 (Milano: Mondadori, 1971), pp. 139-140. Rpt. in Montale, L'opera in versi, a cura di Rosanna Bettarini e Gianfranco Contini (Torino: Einaudi, 1980), p. 392, and in Montale, Tutte le poesie, a cura di Giorgio Zampa (Milano: Mondadori, 1984), p. 402. Free online and here. Translated into Dutch by Frans Denissen as "Twee Venetiaanse prozastukken" [II], De Tweede Ronde 12.1 (Spring 1991): 162-163 (with the Italian text printed below the Dutch translation), free online and here and here. Translated into English by G. Singh in Singh, Eugenio Montale: A Critical Study of His Poetry, Prose, and Criticism (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1973), pp. 219-220, free online (first page, second page); by G. Singh as "Two Venetian Pieces" [II] in Montale, New Poems: A Selection from Satura and Diario del '71 e del '72, transl. and introd. by G. Singh, with an essay on Xenia by F. R. Leavis (New York: New Directions, 1976), pp. 52-53, free online (first page, second page); by William Arrowsmith as "Two Venetian Sequences" [II] in Montale, Satura: 1962-1970, trans. with notes, by William Arrowsmith, ed. Rosanna Warren (New York: W.W. Norton, 1998), and Montale, The Collected Poems of Eugenio Montale 1925-1977, trans. William Arrowsmith, ed. Rosanna Warren (New York and London: W.W. Norton, 2012), pp. 412-413, free online and here; by Harry Thomas as "Venetian Prose," Michigan Quarterly Review 37.4 (Fall 1998): 832, free online; by Eamon Grennan as "Venetian Piece" in Montale, Poems, ed. Harry Thomas (London: Penguin, 2002), pp. 197-198, and Montale, Montale in English, ed. Harry Thomas (New York: Handsel Books, 2004), pp. 201-202; and by Andrew Farah in Farah, Hemingway's Brain (Columbia, South Carolina: The University of South Carolina Press, 2017), free online. Translated into French by Patrice Dyerval Angelini in Montale, Satura: (1962-1970), traduit de l'Italien par Patrice Dyerval Angelini (Paris: Gallimard, 1976). Translated into Spanish by Jorge Aulicino as "Dos prosas venecianas" [II: "Farfarella garrulo portero fiel a las órdenes…"] in Montale, En el humo y otros poemas, edición monolingüe en traducción de Jorge Aulicino (Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Argentina: Ediciones en Danza, 2019). Free online and here.
George Montgomery, "Pound Is Dead." Zahir (Newburyport, MA) 7 (1975): 52.
Marion Montgomery, "For Ezra Pound." Hollins Critic 5.1 (Feb. 1968): 14.
A. David Moody, "An echo-chamber for the critics." Comment in verse on News from Afar: Ezra Pound and Some Contemporary British Poetries, ed. Richard Parker. Make It New 2.1 (June 2015): 22-24. Free online and here.
David Moody, "Olga Rudge: to Her Memory." Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 26.1 (Spring 1997): 23-25. Rpt. in A Packet of Poems for Ezra Pound, eds. Catherine Paul and Justin Kishbaugh (Clemson: Clemson University Press, 2017), pp. 11-13. Free online and here. Translated into Spanish by Natalia Carbajosa y Viorica Patea as "A la Memoria de Olga Rudge," La Galla Ciencia, 23 de octubre de 2015. Free online and here.
Esteban Moore, "Ángeles caídos." Graffiti: G. (Montevideo) 5.49 (enero-febrero 1995): 36-37. Rpt. in Moore, Antología poética (Buenos Aires: Fondo Nacional de las Artes, 2003), pp. 44-48, and Letralia: tierra de letras (Cagua, Venezuela) 300 (20 de mayo 2014): 243-249. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here.
Marianne Moore, "Ezra Pound." 1915. The Marianne Moore Newsletter 3.2 (Fall 1979): 5. Reproduced in facsimile of Moore's original typescript. Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. in Yale Review 75.3 (Spring 1986): 351; The Poems of Marianne Moore, ed. Grace Schulman (New York: Viking Penguin, 2003), 79; and Elisabeth Oliver, "Redecorating Vorticism: Marianne Moore's 'Ezra Pound' and the Geometric Style," Journal of Modern Literature 34.4 (Summer 2011): 84-113 (at 93), free online. Free online and here and here and with a reading. Translated into Spanish by Juan Arabia here.
Richard Moore, "For a Modern Epic." Light Quarterly 52-53 (Spring-Summer 2006): 47.
Richard Moore, "For a Modern Epic." Light Quarterly 66-67 (Autumn 2009).
Richard O. Moore, "Particulars of Place." Particulars of Place, eds. Garrett Caples, Paul Ebenkamp, Brenda Hillman. Introduction by Cedar Sigo (Richmond, California: Omnidawn Publishing, 2015), pp. 15-17. Free online (first page, last two pages).
Wesley Moore, "My Favorite Fascist." You Do Hoodoo, September 18, 2020. Free online with a reading by the poet.
Wesley Moore, "Walt Whitman's Boys." You Do Hoodoo, June 4, 2015. Free online with a reading by the poet.
Luis Javier Moreno, "Ezra Pound: ida y vuelta." Cuaderno de campo (Madrid: Hiperión, 1996), pp. 78-79.
Christopher Morgan, Selected Poems: 'Bah!' Ezra Pound ([United Kingdom?]: Christopher Morgan, [1965?]).
Edwin Morgan, "The Poet" [quoting and taking as a point of departure Pound's remark on the artist's reward: that his career will "leave him simply the great true recorder"]. Virtual and Other Realities (Manchester: Carcanet, 1997), p. 63. Rpt. in Daniella Jancsó, Twentieth-Century Metapoetry and the Lyric Tradition (Berlin and Boston: De Gruyter, 2019), pp. 116-117, free online.
Edwin Morgan, "Venice April 1971." Instamatic Poems (London: Ian McKelvie, 1972), p. 17 [Ezra Pound observing Stravinsky's funeral]. Rpt. in Morgan, Poems of Thirty Years (Manchester: Carcanet New Press, 1982), pp. 207-208; Walter Perrie, "Edwin Morgan," Chapman 8.1 [no. 37] (Autumn 1983), pp. 19-27 (at 20-21); Morgan, Collected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet, 1990), p. 221; Three Scottish Poets. [Norman] MacCaig, [Edwin] Morgan, [Liz] Lochhead, ed. and introd. by Roderick Watson (Edinburgh: Canongate Press, 1992), pp. 74-75; Morgan, New Selected Poems (Manchester: Carcanet, 2000), pp. 49-50; Accompanied Voices: Poets on Composers, from Thomas Tallis to Arvo Pärt, selected by John Greening (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2015), p. 131, free online; and Morgan, Centenary Selected Poems, ed. Hamish Whyte (Manchester: Carcanet Classics, 2020). Free online.
Dave Morice, "On the Death of W.H. Auden." The Actualist Anthology. Eds. Morty Sklar and Darrell Gray (Iowa City, IA: The Spirit That Moves Us Press, 1977), p. 141. (The Spirit That Moves Us, Volume 2, Numbers 2 & 3 (Winter & Spring 1977). Free online. Rpt. as "In Memory of W.H. Auden" in Morice, Quicksand Through the Hourglass: Poems & Drawings (West Branch, Iowa: Toothpaste Press, 1979), p. 53.
Hilda Morley, "The Illness." To Hold in My Hand: Selected Poems, 1955-1983, with a note by Stanley Kunitz (New York: Sheep Meadow Press, 1983), p. 198.
David Morphet, [poem about Ezra Pound]. The Intruders and Other Poems (London: Notion Books, 2010).
David Morphet, The Maze: A Daydream in Five Cantos (London: Notion Books, 2009).
J. B. Morton, "Another Canto." The Best of Beachcomber, selected and introduced by Michael Frayn (London: Heinemann, 1963). Rpt. in The Faber Book of Parodies, ed. Simon Brett (London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1984), p. 293, free online; Imitations of Immortality: A Book of Literary Parodies, compiled and ed. by E. O. Parrott (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1987), p. 229, free online; and Unauthorized Versions: Poems and Their Parodies, ed. Kenneth Baker (London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1990), p. 289. Free online and here.
Stanley Moss, "Letter to a Fish." P N Review 39.1 [no. 207] (Sept./Oct. 2012): 44-45. Free online. Rpt. in The American Poetry Review 42.2 (March-April 2013): 16, free online, and Moss, Almost Complete Poems (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2016), free online.
Stanley Moss, "Murder." 2020. Shabdaguchha (Woodhaven, NY) 23.3/4 [nos. 81/82] (January-December 2021): 9-11. Free online. Rpt. in Moss, Not Yet: Poems on China Two Raw Fish Poems from Japan American Poems Seasoned with Chinese Experience & New Poems, November-June 2021 (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2021), pp. 41-43. (Not Yet also contains a poetic "Preface" which mentions Pound, pp. 13ff.)
Jennifer Moxley, "Other People's Houses." Subtropics (Gainesville) 32 (Winter/Spring 2022): 79-83. Free online.
Paul Muldoon, "American Standard." Times Literary Supplement 6044 (February 1, 2019). Free online. Rpt. in Muldoon, Howdie-Skelp (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021), pp. 4-41. A reading by Lisa Dwan and here.
Paul Muldoon, "Georges Braque: Still Life with Bottle of Bass (1914)." Frolic and Detour (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2019). Free online.
Paul Muldoon, "The Triumph, in memory of Ciaran Carson." Times Literary Supplement 6100 (February 28, 2020). Free online and here. Rpt. in Muldoon, Howdie-Skelp (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2021), pp. 114-139.
Barbara Longstreth Mulkey, "A Movable Feast." The Common Air: A Book of Poetry (Lulu Press, Inc, 2018). Free online.
Eustace Mullins [i.e., Rex Lampman], "Epitaph for Ezra Pound." Nine 3.4 [no. 9] (Summer/Autumn 1952): 358. "Mullins DIDN'T write it / REX wrote it /." (Pound, letter to E. E. Cummings, 27 Giugn / [June 1954], Pound/Cummings: The Correspondence of Ezra Pound and E. E. Cummings, ed. Barry Ahearn (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1996), p. 354). The poem is reprinted in Pound/Cummings, p. 353 n. William McNaughton reported Pound's comment on the epitaph: "I once heard Pound and his wife Dorothy talking about an epitaph which an old newspaperman Rex Lampman had written for him: 'Here lies the Idaho Kid, / The only time he ever did.' Said Ms. P.: 'If by unfortunate chance I should survive you, do you want me to have that carved on your stone?' Pound: 'Well yes, I suppose so. They could use it.'" (William McNaughton, "Ezra Pound: resisting much, obeying little," The Oberlin Review (Oberlin, Ohio) 101.16 (November 17, 1972), p. 7, free online and here and here and here and here and here; William McNaughton, "Pound remembered: 'We liked him,'" The Denison (Denison University, Granville, Ohio), CX.4 (15 Oct. 1975), p. 4, free online and here and here and here and here and here).
Scott Mulrane, "Marbles in the Luxembourg Gardens." International Poetry Review 35.2 (Fall 2009).
Rafael Muñoz Zayas, "Tarde (version extendida)." Free online.
Peggy Munson, "Speedy Inexpensive Chaos Theory Poem About Short Term Memory Loss." Pathogenesis (Chicago: Switchback Books, 2008), pp. 77-79. Free online.
L. A. Murillo, "The Los Alamos Primer." Selected Poems (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Dorrance Publishing Co., 2014), pp. 54-55. Free online. The L.A. Murillo Papers, 1932-2012, Collection Number: 0501, are in the USC Libraries Special Collections, Los Angeles, California. Finding aid.
Elliot Murphy, "Eva Braun." Lost Generation (New York: RCA Victor, 1975) [LP]. Free online with recording. Rpt. on Murphy, Diamonds by the Yard: A Career Retrospective 1973-1977 (New York: Razor & Tie, 1992) [CD]. Free online with recording.
G. E. Murray, "Crawfordsville Confidential." TriQuarterly 105 (Spring/Summer 1999): 105-107. Free online and here. Rpt. in Murray, Arts of a Cold Sun (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2003), pp. 29-31. Free online and here.
David Mus, "Against Art." The Young American Poets, ed. Paul Carroll, Introd. by James Dickey (Chicago and New York: Follett Publishing Company, 1968), pp. 304-306. Free online (first two pages, last page).
David Mutschlecner, "Martin Heidegger and Ezra Pound." Enigma and Light (Boise, Idaho: Ahsahta Press, 2012). Free online.
Diego Muzzio, "Mirando hacia el monte Taishan." Los lugares donde dormimos (Buenos Aires: Editorial Llantén, 2020). Free online.
Steve Myers, "Grinding Pestle: East Fork Paint Creek, Jefferson Farm." Southern Review 53.2 (Spring 2017): 332-333. Free online.