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Anthony Haas, "Masks Ever-Changing"; "Rochester Notes"; "Sunday Afternoon." Mongoose: Poems 2002 to 2007 (Bloomington, IN: AuthorHouse, 2008), pp. 269 (unknown title), 386, 401-402, 415.

Leo Haber, "For Ezra Pound From a Jewish Poet." Midstream 31.2 (Feb. 1985): 12.

Rachel Hadas, "In the Gloom, the Gold." First Things 286 (October 2018): 1. Free online and here. Rpt. in Hadas, Love and Dread (Evansville, IN: Measure Press, 2021). About this poem, Rachel Hadas commented: ". . . the Pound passage I had in mind . . . was from [Canto XI]: 'In the gloom, the gold/gathers the light against it,' is I think the passage. Anyway it is most certainly an autumnal poem, here in gold and gloomy cool and beautiful Vermont." (David M. Katz, "Rachel Hadas, Ezra Pound, and Rosh Hashanah," The David M. Katz Poetry Blog, September 18, 2020, free online).

David Hadbawnik, "Pound Palimpsest." Holy Sonnets to Orpheus and Other Poems ([Lockport, New York?]: Delete Press, 2018). Free online.

Rudolf Hagelstange, "Der schielende Löwe." Der schielende Löwe: oder, How do you like America? (Hamburg: Hoffmann & Campe, 1967), pp. 106-109.

Nicholas Hagger, "After the Pisan Arno." Conceived 3 May 1993; written 30 December 2003; revised 31 December 2003; 1 January 2004; 2-3 April 2005. Classical Odes, 1994-2005: Poems on England, Europe and a Global Theme, and of Everyday Life in the One (Winchester, U.K.; New York: O Books, 2006), pp. 779-781. Rpt. in Hagger, Selected Poems: Quest for the One (New Alresford: John Hunt Publishing, 2015). Manuscripts and early print-outs of the poems in Classical Odes, 1994-2005 and print-outs of the poems in Selected Poems: Quest for the One are housed in the Nicholas Hagger Archive, The Albert Sloman Library, The University of Essex, Colchester, Essex. Finding aid.

Nicholas Hagger, "By the Arno, Pisa." Conceived 3 May 1993; written 21 August 2001; revised 20-21 July 2002. Classical Odes, 1994-2005: Poems on England, Europe and a Global Theme, and of Everyday Life in the One (Winchester, U.K.; New York: O Books, 2006), pp. 266-267. Rpt. in Hagger, Selected Poems: Quest for the One (New Alresford: John Hunt Publishing, 2015). Manuscripts and early print-outs of the poems in Classical Odes, 1994-2005 and print-outs of the poems in Selected Poems: Quest for the One are housed in the Nicholas Hagger Archive, The Albert Sloman Library, The University of Essex, Colchester, Essex. Finding aid.

Nicholas Hagger, Overlord: The Triumph of Light: An Epic Poem Based on the Events of 1944-45 (Winchester, U.K., and New York: O Books, 2006), pp. 4 (from Book 1), free online, 744, free online. Manuscripts and early print-outs of Overlord are housed in the Nicholas Hagger Archive, The Albert Sloman Library, The University of Essex, Colchester, Essex. Finding aid.

Nicholas Hagger, [poem on the Muses]. Selected Poems: Quest for the One (New Alresford: John Hunt Publishing, 2015). Print-outs of the poems in Selected Poems: Quest for the One are housed in the Nicholas Hagger Archive, The Albert Sloman Library, The University of Essex, Colchester, Essex. Finding aid.

Nicholas Hagger, "Return to Oxford." Collected Poems, 1958-2005 (Winchester, U.K.; New York: O Books, 2006), pp. 845-846. Rpt. in Hagger, Selected Poems: Quest for the One (New Alresford: John Hunt Publishing, 2015). A manuscript for "Return to Oxford," manuscripts and print-outs of the poems in Collected Poems, 1958-2005, and print-outs of the poems in Selected Poems: Quest for the One are housed in the Nicholas Hagger Archive, The Albert Sloman Library, The University of Essex, Colchester, Essex. Finding aid.

Richard Hague, "Why He Needs Beauty." The Journal of Kentucky Studies (Northern Kentucky University) 31 (2014-2016): 25. Free online and here and here and here.

Robert Hahn, "Overture: The Bright Day"; "The Eugenics Lab." No Messages (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2001), pp. 54-56, free online (first two pages, last page), 70-74, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page).

Donald Hall, "The Old Life." The Old Life (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1996), pp. 25-123 (an untitled section on Ezra Pound, pp. 65-66, free online (first page, second page), and an untitled section on Robert Frost, pp. 72-73, free online). The section on Pound was reprinted as "The Fragments" in Hall, White Apples and the Taste of Stone: Selected Poems, 1946-2006 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007), pp. 307-308. Portions of "The Old Life" (including the section on Pound) appeared as Hall, "Mighty Poets," New Criterion 14.5 (January 1996): 39-42, free online, and Hall, "Mighty Poets / 2," P N Review 22.5 [no. 109] (May-June 1996). In an interview, Donald Hall said of his visit to Pound in Rome, "With my wife and two children I drove from England to Rome, and when I first knocked on his door—80 Via Angelo Poliziano, where he stayed with an old friend—he said, 'Mr. Hall—you find—me in fragments.' His accent sounded a bit like W. C. Fields. I spent three days or so interviewing him. . . . After one day I told my wife that I thought that he was lonely, and we asked him to go out to dinner with us. We took him to Crispi's, a restaurant he remembered from the old days. He ordered an osso bucco, which I had never heard of. I ordered it too, and I have been eating it ever since. . . . After we left Crispi's, we walked down the street, and he found a man with a cart selling exquisite Italian ice cream, gelato. He bought us cones. I remember him walking into the night, wearing his Confucian scarf, a hat on his leonine head." (Ernest Hilbert, "Donald Hall: An Interview by Ernest Hilbert," The American Poetry Review 40.3 (May/June 2011): 17-20 (at 18), free online and here).

Donald Hall, "The Second Inning." New American Writing 10 (Fall 1992): 32-34. Rpt. in Hall, The Museum of Clear Ideas (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1994), pp. 16-18, free online (first two pages, last page) and Hall, White Apples and the Taste of Stone: Selected Poems, 1946-2006 (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2007), pp. 219-222.

Donald Hall, "Sestina." London Magazine 3.8 (August 1956): 25. Rpt. in Audience: A Quarterly Review of Literature and the Arts 5.1 (May 1957): 14; New Poets of England and America, eds. Donald Hall, Robert Pack, and Louis Simpson; introd. by Robert Frost (New York: Meridian Books, 1957), p. 96; Hall, The Dark Houses (New York: The Viking Press, 1958), p. 47; Hall, The Alligator Bride: Poems New and Selected (New York: Harper & Row, 1969), p. 23; Hall, Old and New Poems (New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1990), pp. 41-42, free online; Hall, White Apples and the Taste of Stone: Selected Poems 1946-2006 (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2007), p. 18; The Incredible Sestina Anthology, ed. Daniel Nester (Austin, Tex.: Write Bloody Publishing, 2013), free online; and Obsession: Sestinas in the Twenty-First Century, eds. Carolyn Beard Whitlow and Marilyn Krysl (Hanover, New Hampshire]: Dartmouth College Press, 2014), p. 110.

James Baker Hall, "Praeder's Letters." The Paris Review 87 (Spring 1983): 10ff. Rpt. in Hall, Praeder's Letters (Louisville, Ky.: Sarabande Books, 2002) [from Section One: 1.15.1956/sjpr, pp. 7-15; 1.30.56/SJPR, pp. 16-27; 2.12.56/S, pp. 28-46; 4.22.56/Calle Sol SJPR, pp. 63-71; from Section Two: 8.22.56/SJPR, pp. 85-88, free online (first page, next two pages, last page)]. Partly rpt. in Hall, The Total Light Process: New & Selected Poems (Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky, 2004) [Section One, pp. 161-198 (from 1.15.1956/sjpr, pp. 166-169, free online)].

James R. Hall, Jr., "Elegy For Ezra Pound." The Angle (St. John Fisher College) 1 (January 1968). Free online and here and here.

Phil Hall, "valuable anger (urson)." Hearthedral: A Folk-Hermetic (London, Ont.: Brick Books, 1996), pp. 63-66. Free online (first page, next two pages, last page).

Daniel Halpern, "Ezra Pound." Southern Review, Baton Rouge, La., 21.1 (Winter 1985): 122-123. First page. Rpt. (with variations) as "Pound" in Halpern, Tango: Poems by Daniel Halpern (New York: Elisabeth Sifton Books, Viking, 1987), pp. 60-61; Halpern, Selected Poems (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1994), pp. 155-156, free online (first page, second page); and Gondola signore gondola: Venice in 20th Century American Poetry / Venezia nella poesia americana del Novecento, a cura di Rosella Mamoli Zorzi con la collaborazione di Gregory Dowling (Venezia: Supernova Edizioni, 2007), p.308, with a facing page translation by Rosella Mamoli Zorzi into Italian as "Pound." According to the poet, "On a mid-summer evening in Venice, Peggy Guggenheim's "guests began to arrive: local artists and politicians, exiled Brits and Americans, a banker, a beautiful Eastern European jeweller, and (Peggy had neglected to prepare me, a hopeful writer of verses), Ezra Pound. Later in the evening, after a quantity of Veneto red (an Amarone produced by Quintarelli), I reminded him that we had met once ten years earlier on a vaporetto plying through a rainy December night from San Marco to Accademia. I had asked, innocently, if he might be the poet Ezra Pound and he had replied, 'Nope', in perfect English, keeping things simple. He now said, quietly, 'Yes, but you see that wasn't me.'" (Daniel Halpern, "Introduction," Not for Bread Alone: Writers on Food, Wine, and the Art of Eating, ed. Daniel Halpern (Hopewell, NJ: The Ecco Press, 1993), p. 3, free online).

Sam Hamill, "Blue Monody." Poetry East 29 (Spring 1990): 177-194. Rpt. in Hamill, Destination Zero: Poems, 1970-1995 (Fredonia, N.Y.: White Pine Press, 1995), pp. 176-197; Hamill, Almost Paradise: New and Selected Poems and Translations (Boston and London: Shambhala, 2005), pp. 128-146; and Nine Mile Magazine 6.1 (Fall 2018): 25-41, free online. A draft, galley, and typescript of Destination Zero and typescripts for Almost Paradise are housed in the Sam Hamill Papers, 1915-2018 (bulk 1974-2018), SPEC.RARE.CMS.0340, Rare Books & Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Finding aid.

Sam Hamill, "In Memoriam, Morris Graves." Dumb Luck: Poems (Rochester, NY: BOA Editions, Ltd., 2002), pp. 11-12. Free online (first page, second page) and here. Rpt. in Hamill, Almost Paradise: New and Selected Poems and Translations (Boston: Shambhala, 2005), pp. 197-198, free online (first page, second page), and Hamill, Habitation: Collected Poems (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2014). Free online and here. Typescripts of Dumb Luck, typescripts of Almost Paradise, and drafts of Habitation are housed in the Sam Hamill Papers, 1915-2018 (bulk 1974-2018), SPEC.RARE.CMS.0340, Rare Books & Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Finding aid.

Sam Hamill, "Old Bones." A Dragon in the Clouds: Poems and Translations (Seattle, Wash.: Broken Moon Press, 1989). Rpt. in Hamill, Destination Zero: Poems, 1970-1995 (Fredonia, N.Y.: White Pine Press, 1995), pp. 221-222, free online (first page, second page); Hamill, Almost Paradise: New and Selected Poems and Translations (Boston and London: Shambhala, 2005), pp. 113-114, free online (first page, second page); and Hamill, Habitation: Collected Poems (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2014). Free online. A draft, galley, and typescript of Destination Zero, typescripts of Almost Paradise, and drafts of Habitation are housed in the Sam Hamill Papers, 1915-2018 (bulk 1974-2018), SPEC.RARE.CMS.0340, Rare Books & Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Finding aid.

Sam Hamill, "Paridiso [i.e., Paradiso] Terrestre." In ‘What Thou Lovest Well Remains': 100 Years of Ezra Pound, ed. Richard Ardinger ([Hailey, Idaho]: Limberlost Press, 1986), p. 99. Rpt. in Hamill, The Nootka Rose: Poems (Portland, Or.: Breitenbush Books, 1987), p. 26.

Sam Hamill, A Pisan Canto (Seattle, Wash.: Floating Bridge Press, 2004). Part I was published in The Drunken Boat 4.3-4 (Fall/Winter 2004), free online. Rpt. in Hamill, Almost Paradise: New and Selected Poems and Translations (Boston: Shambhala, 2005), pp. 222-255, and Hamill, Habitation: Collected Poems (Sandpoint, Idaho: Lost Horse Press, 2014). An Italian translation by Arturo Zilli was published as Un canto pisano (Pisa: ETS, 2007). "A Pisan Canto, Part I" was translated into Spanish by Daniel Oliveros as "Un canto pisano, Parte I," Poesía (mayo 2, 2018). Free online. "A Pisan Canto, Part II" was translated into Spanish by Daniel Oliveros as "Un canto pisano (II)," Poesía (agosto 12, 2019). Free online. "A Pisan Canto, Part I" was translated into Spanish by Silvia Camerotto as "Un Canto Pisano" here. Translated into Spanish by Esteban Moore as "Un canto pisano" in Hamill, Ojos bien abiertos y otros poemas (Valencia, Venezuela: Universidad de Carabobo, 2006) and Hamill, Un canto Pisano (Córdoba, Argentina: Postales Japonesas, 2011), free online and here. About this poem, Hamill wrote: "During my travels in Italy, I wrote a long poem, 'A Pisan Canto,' reflecting on Ezra Pound and his politics and his time in the 'gorilla cage' at the end of WW II, meditating on the character of those who would lead us now and on 'the role of poetry' as I have perceived and practiced it for forty years." (Sam Hamill, "A Monk's Tale," The Virginia Quarterly Review 81.2 (Spring 2005): 129-145 (at 143), free online, rpt. in CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 9.1 (March 2007), Article 6, free online). An edited draft of A Pisan Canto, typescripts of Almost Paradise, and drafts of Habitation are housed in the Sam Hamill Papers, 1915-2018 (bulk 1974-2018), SPEC.RARE.CMS.0340, Rare Books & Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Finding aid.

Sam Hamill, "Preface: Ars Poetica." Gratitude: Poems (Rochester, N.Y.: BOA Editions, Ltd., 1998), pp. 9-10. Free online. A proof of Gratitude is housed in the Sam Hamill Papers, 1915-2018 (bulk 1974-2018), SPEC.RARE.CMS.0340, Rare Books & Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Finding aid.

Sam Hamill, Sam Hamill's Triada (Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press, 1978) (Pound mentioned in Book One. Heroes of the Teton Mythos, II, p. 22, and III, p. 34). A manuscript, unbound book pages, and galley proofs for Sam Hamill's Triada are held in the Copper Canyon Press Records, 1973-2006, Cage 708, Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University Libraries, Pullman, WA. Finding aid and here.

Sam Hamill, "Song and Dance." Almost Paradise: New and Selected Poems and Translations (Boston and London: Shambhala, 2005), pp. 189-190, free online (first page, second page). Typescripts for Almost Paradise are housed in the Sam Hamill Papers, 1915-2018 (bulk 1974-2018), SPEC.RARE.CMS.0340, Rare Books & Manuscripts Library, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Finding aid.

D.J. Hamilton, The Hummingbird Sometimes Flies Backwards (Hong Kong: Proverse Hong Kong, 2019).

Cameron Dezen Hammon, "Math Rock Drummer." Columbia Poetry Review (Columbia College Chicago) 27 (2014): 50. Free online and here and here.

Ralph Hammond, "T.S. Eliot of Waste Land Fame." Personal Encounters (Livingston: Livingston Press at the University of West Alabama, 2001), pp. 75-90. Drafts of poems and Personal Encounters are housed in the Ralph Hammond Papers, 1815-2008, MSS-0614, Special Collections, The University of Alabama Libraries, Tuscaloosa AL. Finding aid.

Hiram Handspring [i.e., James Laughlin], "Some of Us Come to Live"; "Multas per Gentes." The Iowa Review 13.3-4 (Spring 1983): 56-57, 59-61. Free online and here and here and here and here. Printed in the course of an essay by J. Roger Dane [i.e., James Laughlin], "The Poetry of Handspring," pp. 53-61. Rpt., respectively, as "Some of Us Come to Live" and, as revised, "The Deconstructed Man" in James Laughlin, Selected Poems, 1935-1985 (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1985), pp. 71, free online, 191-194, free online (first page, next two pages, last page); Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), pp. 145, free online, 267-270, free online (first page, next two pages, last page); and Laughlin, Poems, New and Selected (New York: New Directions, 1998), pp. 168, free online, 92-95, free online (first two pages, last page and notes).

Kenneth O. Hanson, "Goodbye for Being Right." Poetry Northwest 2.4 (Winter 1961-1962): 5-6. Free online. Rpt. in Five Poets of the Pacific Northwest: Kenneth O. Hanson, Richard Hugo, Carolyn Kizer, William Stafford, David Wagoner, ed. with an introd. by Robin Skelton (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1964), pp. 6-7, free online, and Hanson, The Distance Anywhere (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1967), pp. 66-67, free online.

Lynn Hard, "On First Seeing Sixteen Words for Water." Dancing on the Drainboard (Pymble: Angus & Robertson, 1993), pp. 47-48. Rpt. in The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 February 1995, p. 12A, and Hard, Poems: New & Neglected (Exile Bay, New South Wales: ETT Imprint, 2016). Free online.

Chris Hardy, "EP." 2011? Free online and here.

Peter Hargitai, "For Ezra Pound." Dark Tower (Cleveland State University). Rpt. in Forum: Ten Poets of the Western Reserve, eds. Peter Hargitai and Lolette Kuby; with an introd. by Paul Engle (Mentor, Ohio: Poetry Forum Program, 1978), pp. 94-95; as "Deconstruct Disciples. for E. P." in Ezra Pound in Memoriam: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, 1885-1972, ed. John H. Morgan; an appreciation by Michael Long (Bristol, IN: Wyndham Hall Press, 1985), p. 61; and as "Ezra by the Pound" in Hargitai, Witch's Island and Other Poems (iUniverse, 2013), pp. 46-47. Free online.

William Harmon, "Mister Morton Dauwen Zabel he dead." Free online.

Jim Harris, "The Tunnel." The Vehicle (Eastern Illinois University) (Fall 1986): 10-11. Free online.

Robert Harris, "Ezra Pound." Overland 121 (December 1990): 64.

Sydney Justin Harris, "I Come to Bury Caesar." Poetry 47.3 (Dec. 1935): 147-149. Free online and here.

Jeffrey Harrison, "Poetics 101 Revisited." A Poetry Congeries with John Hoppenthaler: December 2012 - Connotation Press: An Online Artifact. Free online.

Tony Harrison, "Summoned by Bells." V. and Other Poems (New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1990), pp. 29-31. Free online (first page, last two pages). Rpt. in Harrison, The Gaze of the Gorgon (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1992), pp. 24-25, free online; Harrison, Permanently Bard: Selected Poetry (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1995), pp. 69-70, free online (first page, second page); and Harrison, Collected Poems (London: Penguin Books, 2016), pp. 287-289. Free online.

Matt Hart, "Poem as Bed." Typo Magazine 5 (2005). Free online.

Lee Harwood, "Plato, Dante, Pound & Co. give up but try." July-October 1977. Journal of Child Psychotherapy 4.4 (1978): 131-132. Rpt. in Bezoar (Gloucester, MA) 14.2 (Dec. 1978), free online and here; Harwood, All the Wrong Notes (Durham: Pig Press, 1981), pp. 23-24; and Harwood, Collected Poems, 1964-2004 (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2004), pp. 293-294. In an interview given to Kelvin Corcoran, the poet and his interviewer had the following exchange: "KC It's as if you're discarding the artifice as you go. Also in 'Plato, Dante, Pound & Co give up but try'. What interests me, I think it's there in the whole book and in Rope Boy, is that you take the limits of the poetry into the making of the poem itself. Perhaps this relates to the ethics of inclusion in the book? There's submission at the end of 'A poem for writers', but also an ambition. In the second half of the title of 'Plato, Dante, Pound & Co give up but try' that's the state of mind. LH You've got to at least try even though you may not be successful, probably won't be successful. It's realistic about the limits of language and communication and again this is something we talked about before. There are times when as near as you can get are hints or suggestions. It's going to the edge of the thing, and in a way giving yourself or the reader a push so they can somehow sense what this is, even though you may not be able to put it into words. In a strange way non-communication is communication. KC You take that limitation and bring it into the poem as well. LH Yes, that's what I was trying to say. In the first section of 'Plato, Dante' there's a line 'let the wind speak, that is paradise', which is from Pound. I think that is saying the same thing you can't describe paradise, you just lie listening to the sound of the wind - that's paradise." (Lee Harwood, "Interview: Our long history on small scraps of paper," Lee Harwood: Not the Full Story. Six Interviews by Kelvin Corcoran (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2008), pp. 69ff. (at 72-73)).

Rabiul Hasan, "A Glass Face in the Rain." Writers' Forum (University of Colorado at Colorado Springs) 12 (Fall 1986): 222-223.

Alamgir Hashmi, "On Seeing an Ad about Teaching Vacancy in Wabash College." The Seneca Review 8.2 (December 1977): 56-58. Rpt. in Hashmi, My Second in Kentucky: Poems (Lahore: Vision Press, 1981), pp. 18-21, and Hashmi, The Poems of Alamgir Hashmi (Islamabad: National Book Foundation, 1992), pp. 61-63.

Robert Hass, "Ezra Pound's Proposition." American Poetry Review 36.5 (Sept/Oct. 2007): 32. Free online and here and here. Rpt. in Hass, Time and Materials: Poems 1997-2005 (New York: Ecco Press, 2007), p. 81, free onlineThe New American Poetry of Engagement: A 21st Century Anthology, eds. Ann Keniston and Jeffrey Gray (Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2012), p. 88, free onlineThe Ecopoetry Anthology, eds. Ann Fisher-Wirth and Laura-Gray Street; introd. by Robert Hass (San Antonio, Texas: Trinity University Press, 2013), pp. 304-305; and American Literature in the World: An Anthology from Anne Bradstreet to Octavia Butler, ed. Wai Chee Dimock, with Jordan Brower, Edgar Garcia, Kyle Hutzler, and Nicholas Rinehart (New York: Columbia University Press, 2017), pp. 269-270. Also online here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. A reading by Nathan BrownBulgarian translation. Translated into Dutch by H.C. ten Berge as "Ezra Pounds Grondstelling" in Hass, Een verhaal over het lichaam: teksten en gedichten (Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, 2010). Free online and here. Translated into Russian by Victor Postnikov as "Экономическая теория Эзры Паунда" here. Translated into Spanish as "La proposición de Ezra Pound," Buenos Aires Poetry, noviembre 4, 2022, free online. Spanish translation. About "Ezra Pound's Proposition," Robert Hass has said: "That poem also connects to another part of my work. I'm on the board of the International Rivers Network, which has been concerned particularly with where environmental issues meet human-rights issues around big-dam projects, many of which have proved destructive, displacing millions of people around the world. The IRN was founded to provide unbiased hydrological and financial analyses of these dam projects to the dam-affected people in the Third World. They've been enormously effective warriors in trying to help people acquire the tools to resist these projects. There's a wonderful book by Catherine Caulfield, Masters of Deception, about the early years of the World Bank's relationship to these dam projects, when the thought was that all of this hydro-development was uncomplicated good. They were very casual about the human and environmental costs of some of these projects. An example Caulfield gives is that for one of the early projects, the Narmada Dam in India, the entire budget for dealing with the 1.7 million people who were being displaced from a traditional life that's 2,000 or 3,000 years old was a 1-rupee bus ticket!" (Zack Rogow, "Robert Hass: Eight years of activism, writing, and reflection. The National Book Award finalist talks about big dams, martial bravery, and the color of flowers" [interview with Robert Hass], Berkeleyan (UC Berkeley), 8 November 2007, free online).

Robert Hass, "The Harbor at Seattle." The New Republic 184.9 (February 28, 1981): 26. Rpt. in Harper's Magazine 269.1611 (Aug. 1984): 19; New American Poets of the Golden Gate, ed. Philip Dow (San Diego, New York, London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1984), pp. 215-216, free online; Singular Voices: American Poetry Today, ed. Stephen Berg (New York: Avon Books, 1985), pp. 107-108, free online (first page, second page); Hass, Human Wishes (New York: Ecco, 1989), pp. 25-26, free online (first page, second page); Wendy Bishop, Thirteen Ways of Looking for a Poem: A Guide to Writing Poetry (New York: Longman, 2000), p. 242, free online; Bear Flag Republic: Prose Poems and Poetics from California, eds. Christopher Buckley and Gary Young (Santa Cruz, CA: Greenhouse Review Press/Alcatraz Editions, 2008), pp. 194-195; and Hass, The Apple Trees at Olema: New and Selected Poems (New York: Ecco, 2010), pp. 151-152, free online and here (first page, second page). Free online.

Burton Hatlen, "A Letter to Ezra Pound." 6/7/88. Kennebec: A Portfolio of Maine Writing (University of Maine at Augusta) 15 (1991): [62]. Free online and here. Rpt., as revised, in Hatlen, Elegies and Valedictions, ed. and with an introd. by Virginia Ness-Hatlen (Orono, Maine: National Poetry Foundation, 2017), pp. 19-23. Hatlen's reading of "A Letter to Ezra Pound" is the fourth track on Burt Hatlen: New Poems (Magdalena, NM: Vox Audio, 2007 [CD]).

Alfred Hauge, "Til inngang." Det evige sekund: Dikt (Oslo: Gyldendal, 1970), pp. 15-28 (Pound mentioned, p. 26).

Gwen Hauser, "biography (as anybody lay dying)." Descant 27/28 (Spring/Summer 1980): 90.

Gwen Hauser, "too bad Karl Marx wasn't a woman." New West Coast: 72 Contemporary British Columbia Poets: New Poems with Personal Commentaries and Autobiographical Sketches, ed. Fred Candelaria (Vancouver: Intermedia, 1977) (West Coast Review, v. 12, no. 2, 1977), p. 55. Rpt. in Hauser, The Ordinary Invisible Woman (Fredericton, N.B., Canada: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1978), p.48, free online.

Gwen Hauser, "too bad Karl Marx wasn't a woman"; "biography (as anybody lay dying)"; "poem composed around a line by Gail Fox." The Ordinary Invisible Woman (Fredericton, N.B., Canada: Fiddlehead Poetry Books, 1978), pp. 48, free online, 49, free online, 82-85, free online (first two pages, last two pages).

Ralph Hawkins, "But It May Be So." A Various Art, eds. Andrew Crozier and Tim Longville (Manchester: Carcanet, 1987), pp. 136-142.

Mary Hawley, "For Art's Sake." Another Chicago Magazine 40 (2002): 133-134.

Charles Wiltens Andrée Hayward. See 'Midford'

Dani Hazlewood, "So What is so great about being A Poet?" Power Poetry, Jan. 10, 2016. Free online and here.

David Hedges, [poem]. The Wild Bunch: Poems (West Linn, Or.: Sweetbriar Company, 1998).

Thomas Heffernan, "Soon It Will Be Ten Years. Lines Written on Sept. 4 2011"; "Adam's Eve"; "Translator"; "Banker, Banking"; "A Different Banker"; "Billionaire"; "A Different Billionaire"; Pilot"; "A Haibun." Ezra's Book, eds. Justin Kishbaugh and Catherine Paul (Clemson: Clemson University Press, 2019), pp. 53-60.

Bernard Heidsieck, "Ezra Pound." February/June 1989. Respirations et brèves rencontres (Romainville: Al Dante, 1999) [book with 3 CDs]. Translated from French by Armand Schwerner in "Two Poems from Meetings," Sulfur 19.2 [nos. 45/46] (Spring 2000): 121-122, free onlineRecording (in French) and here.

Steven Heighton, "Address Book." The Address Book (Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2004), pp. 3-4. Free online (first page, second page). Rpt. in In the Criminal's Cabinet: An Nthology of Poetry and Fiction, eds. Val Stevenson and Todd Swift (London: Nthposition Press, 2004), pp. 124-125, free online and here (first page, second page); Letting Go: An Anthology of Loss and Survival, ed. Hugh MacDonald (Windsor, Ont.: Black Moss Press, 2005), pp. 59-60, free online (first page, second page); The New Canon: An Anthology of Canadian Poetry, ed. Carmine Starnino (Montréal: Signal Editions, 2005), pp. 139-140; Modern Canadian Poets: An Anthology of Poems in English, ed. with an introd. by Evan Jones and Todd Swift (Manchester: Carcanet Press, 2010), p. 219; Universal Oneness: An Anthology of Magnum Opus Poems from around the World (360 poems by 360 poets from 60 Countries), ed. Vivekanand Jha (New Delhi, India: Authorspress, 2019), pp. 475-476, free online and here; and Heighton, Selected Poems 1983-2020, ed. Karen Solie (Toronto: House of Anansi, 2021), free online. Free online and here.

Steven Heighton, "Not the Kind to Die." Patient Frame: Poems (Toronto: House of Anansi, 2010), p. 28. Free online.

Michael Heller, "Colloquia." Jacket2 (August 29, 2018). Free online. Rpt. in Heller, Telescope: Selected Poems (New York: New York Review Books, 2019), pp. 264-268. Free online.

Michael Heller, "A Look at the Door with the Hinges Off." A Look at the Door with the Hinges Off: (Poems from the Mid-1960s) (Loveland, Ohio: Dos Madres Press, 2006). Rpt. in Heller, This Constellation Is a Name: Collected Poems 1965-2010 (Callicoon, N.Y.: Nightboat Books, 2012) and Heller, Telescope: Selected Poems (New York: New York Review Books, 2019), pp. 7-8, free online. Free online.

Michael Heller, "My Grand Canal." Wave Composition 11 (May 7, 2016). Free online. Rpt. in Heller, Dianoia (New York: Nightboat Books, 2016), p. 37, and in Heller, Telescope: Selected Poems (New York: New York Review Books, 2019), pp. 247-249 ["III. / Old Ez, entombed on San Michele . . .," p. 248]. Free online.

Michael Heller, "Thinking of Mary." Wordflow: New and Selected Poems (Jersey City, New Jersey: Talisman House, Publishers, 1997), pp. 121-122. Free online (first page, second page). Rpt. in Heller, Telescope: Selected Poems (New York: New York Review Books, 2019), pp. 119-120, free online.

Peter Hellings, "Study: For Ezra Pound." Modern Welsh Poetry, ed. Keidrych Rhys (London: Faber, 1944), pp. 57-58.

Kris Hemensley, [poem]. Grosseteste Review (1973). Rpt. in Hemensley, The Poem of the Clear Eye (Carlton, Victoria, Australia: The Paper Castle, 1975), p. 22.

Kris Hemensley, "Three Cheers for Bathurst." Sulking in the Seventies (Clifton Hill, Victoria, Australia: Ragman Productions, 1975), p. 7. Rpt. in The New Australian Poetry, ed. with an introd. by John Tranter (St. Lucia, Q.: Makar Press, 1979), pp. 201-202. Free online.

Ernest Hemingway, "The Soul of Spain With McAlmon and Bird the Publishers" [Part I]. Querschnitt 4.4 (Herbst 1924): 229-230. Free online and here. Rpt. in Hemingway, Collected Poems Originally Published in Paris (San Francisco: Pirated Edition, 1960); Hemingway, The Collected Poems of Ernest Hemingway (1929?); Hemingway, 88 poems, ed. with an introd. and notes by Nicholas Gerogiannis (New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1979); and Hemingway, Complete Poems, ed. with an introd. and notes by Nicholas Gerogiannis, rev. ed. (Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1992), p. 70. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Carlos Henderson, "Canto del extranjero"; "Los problemas del arte." Haraui (Lima) 12.42 (abril de 1975): 2, 5. Free online.

Carlos Henderson, "Homenaje a Pound, luego de una visita al bosque de Chapultepec (México D.F.)." socialismo y participación (Centro de Estudios para el Desarrollo y la Participación (CEDEP)) (Lima, Perú) 53 (marzo 1991): 111. Free online. Rpt. in Henderson, Ahora mismo hablaba contigo Vallejo, grabados, Víctor Escalante (Lima: Ediciones Arte/Reda, 1976), p. 26, and Henderson, El ojo de la piedra: antología personal, 1965-1990 ([Lima] Mosca Azul Editores, 1991).

David Henderson, "Wolfbane--berkeley trees." Hambone 1 (1974): 19-25. Free online. Part 3 was recorded by the poet on Poets Read Their Contemporary Poetry (New York: Folkways Records, 1980; FL 9702 [LP]). Audio.

Parsifal Hendrix, "szombat esti szakcsi." Index Fórum, Aug. 17, 2018. Free online.

Barbara Henning, "25," "31." My Autobiography (New York: United Artists Books, 2007), pp. 25, 31. Drafts and proofs of My Autobiography are housed in the Barbara Henning papers, 1970-2017, YCAL MSS 1303, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University Library. Finding aid.

Adrian Henri, Autobiography (London: Cape, 1971) (Part Two 1951-7, pp. 23-28). Rpt. in Henri, Collected Poems, 1967-85 (London and New York: Allison & Busby, 1986), pp. 129-164 (Part Two 1951-7, pp. 142-147, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages)), and Henri, Selected and Unpublished: Poems 1965-2000 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2007), pp. 251-283 (Part Two 1951-7, pp. 262-267).

Jack Henry [pen name of Thomas Kenney], [poem that mentions Ezra Pound]. with the Patience of Monuments (Houston, Texas: NeoPoiesis Press, 2009).

Julián Herbert, "Ezra." Kubla Khan (México: Ediciones Era / Conaculta, 2005), pp. 41-42. Free online and here. Rpt. in Vientos del siglo. Poetas mexicanos 1950-1982, Prólogo Margarito Cuéllar, Selección Margarito Cuéllar, Mario Meléndez, Luis Jorge Boone y Mijail Lamas (México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2011), pp. 373-374. Free online. Rpt. in "Song Up Out of Spain": Poems in Tribute to Ezra Pound. A Bilingual Anthology, transl. Paul Scott Derrick, Natalia Carbajosa and Viorica Patea, eds. John Gery and Viorica Patea (Clemson: Clemson University Press, 2023), pp. 90, 92 (translated into English, pp. 91, 93). Translated into English by Indran Amirthanayagam in Bomb 94 (Winter 2005-2006): 104. Free online.

W. N. Herbert, "In Chips We Trust." Cabaret McGonagall (Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1996), pp. 70-73. Free online (first two pages, last two pages).

W. N. Herbert, "Parolla di Cavallo." Forked Tongue (Newcastle upon Tyne: Bloodaxe Books, 1994), p. 31. Free online.

Alban Nikolai Herbst, "Ezra Pound im Käfig." Schreibheft: Zeitschrift für Literatur 69 (Oktober 2007): 220. Rpt. in Herbst, Der Engel Ordnungen (Frankfurt am Main: Axel Dielmann Verlag, 2008), p. 102. Free online. A reading by the author.

David Herd, "To E.P. - Connoisseur, Modern." Mandelson! Mandelson!: A Memoir (Manchester: Carcanet, 2005), p. 31.

Frances Hern, "In Search of Ezra Pound." FreeFall (Calgary, AB) 21.1 (Spring/Summer 2011).

Elvira Hernández, ¡Arre! Halley ¡arre! (Santiago, Chile: Ediciones Ergo Sum, 1986). Rpt. in Hernández, Actas urbe ([Chile] Alquimia Ediciones, 2013), pp. 25-42, free online and here.

Francisco Hernández, "Ezra Pound en una estación del metro." Portarretratos (México: La Máquina Eléctrica, 1976). Rpt. in Hernández, Poesía reunida: 1974-1994 (México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Coordinación de Humanidades: Ediciones del Equilibrista, 1996), p. 46. Free online and here.

Francisco Hernández, "Los signos de la brújula." Revista de la Universidad de México 28.4-5 (diciembre de 1973 y enero de 1974): 15. Free online. Rpt. in Hernández, Gritar es cosa de mudos (México: Libros escogidos, 1974), pp. 36-37; Hernández, Poesía reunida: 1974-1994 (México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Coordinación de Humanidades: Ediciones del Equilibrista, 1996), pp. 29-30; Hernández, Antojo de trampa. Segunda antología personal (México, D.F.: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1999), pp. 16-17; and Hernández, En grado de tentativa: Poesía reunida, I y II (México, D.F.: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2016). Free online.

Luis Hernández, "Creo en la gente." Vox horrísona, Tomo I, prólogo, recopilación y notas, Nicolás Yerovi (Lima: Editorial Ames, 1978), p. 182. Rpt. in Hernández, Obra poética completa, prólogo de Javier Sologuren; edición y notas, Ernesto Mora (Lima: Punto y Trama, 1983), pp. 198-199, and Hernández, El sol lila (Lima, Perú: Pesopluma S.A.C., 2017) [facsimile of notebook kept by Hernández in 1973], free onlineFree online and here.

Luis Hernández, "Ezra Pound: cenizas y cilicio." Las constelaciones (Trujillo, Perú: [Talleres de la Librería e Imprenta Moreno], 1965). Rpt. in Antologia de la poesia peruana / 2. 1960-1973, prologo, sel. y notas de Alberto Escobar (Lima: Ed. Peisa, 1973), pp. 32-33; Hispamérica 7.20 (Aug. 1978): 67-68; Hernández, Vox horrísona, Tomo I, prólogo, recopilación y notas, Nicolás Yerovi (Lima: Editorial Ames, 1978), p. 50; Antología de la poesía peruana del siglo XX, años 60/70, [prólogo, selección y notas], César Toro Montalvo (Lima: Ediciones Mabú, 1978), pp. 78-79; Hernández, Obra poética completa, prólogo de Javier Sologuren; edición y notas, Ernesto Mora (Lima: Punto y Trama, 1983), pp. 32-33, free online and hereInfame turba: poesía en la Universidad Católica 1917-1997, [ed.] Eduardo Chirinos Arrieta (Lima: Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial, 1997), pp. 109-110; Carlos López Degregori [y] Edgar O'Hara, Generación poética peruana del 60: Estudio y muestra (Lima: Fondo de Desarrollo Editorial, Universidad de Lima, 1998), pp. 121-122; Horrisona: edición especial en homenaje al poeta Luis Hernández (Lima: editada por El Club de la Serpiente, [2001]; Año 1. No. 3), free online; in the selection of poems following an article by Sergio Parra, "Luis Hernández The Kid," La calabaza del diablo 3.11 (agosto-septiembre 2001): 22-23, free online (the poem appears on pp. 23-24); Me gustas tú: Adolescentes en la poesía peruana, selección de Jorge Eslava y Eduardo Chirinos (Lima, Perú: Punto de Lectura, 2013); and Hernández, Las islas aladas (Lima, Perú: Pesopluma, 2016). Part 2 was reprinted in Tsé-Tsé (Buenos Aires) 7/8 (otoño 2000): 184, free online. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Portuguese translation by Antonio Miranda.

Luis Hernández, "Ricardo Wagner se quedó en Venecia." Survival Grand Funk (Lima, Perú: Pesopluma S.A.C., 2018) [facsimile of notebook kept by Hernández in 1973]. Free online and here.

Luis Hernández, "Robert Browning." Vox horrísona, Tomo I, prólogo, recopilación y notas, Nicolás Yerovi (Lima: Editorial Ames, 1978), p. 203. Rpt. in Hernández, Obra poética completa, prólogo de Javier Sologuren; edición y notas, Ernesto Mora (Lima: Punto y Trama, 1983), p. 380. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Tomás Hernández Molina, "A la izquierda de la bella torre, la torre de Ugolino, masticó la cabeza de su hijo." Peñón de las Caballas ([Murcia] Tres Fronteras Ediciones, 2009), p. 64. Free online and here.

Tomás Hernández Molina, "Elogio de la literatura." El esfuerzo del copista ([Madrid] Ediciones Hiperio´n, 2022). Free online.

Ricardo Herrera Alarcón, "No puedes emocionarte con tus poemas." Sendas perdidas y encontradas (Valdivia, Chile: Eds. Kultrún, 2007). Free online and here.

Amy Alden Herring, "After Reading Eliot and Pound." Atlanta Review 6. l (Fall-Winter 1999): 50. Rpt. in Atlanta Review 11.2 (Spring-Summer 2005): 248.

Madge Herron, "The North, Good Friday and Ezra Pound." Pillars of the House: An Anthology of Verse by Irish Women from 1690 to the Present, ed. A. A Kelly (Dublin: Wolfhound Press, 1987), pp. 107-109. Free online. A reading by the poet.

Maggie MK Hess, "Body Talk." Painted Bride Quarterly 87 (February 2013). Free online.

Dorothy Hewett, "Alice Travelling." Alice in Wormland (Paddington, N.S.W.: Paper Bark Press, 1987), pp. 62-83. Rpt. in Hewett, Collected Poems 1940-1995, ed. William Grono (South Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1995), pp. 253-267, free online.

Dorothy Hewett, "Creeley In Sydney." New Poetry 24.2 (1976): 86. Rpt. in Hewett, Greenhouse (Sydney: Big Smoke Books, 1979), p. 16, and Hewett, Collected Poems 1940-1995, ed. William Grono (South Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1995), pp. 156-159, free online.

Dorothy Hewett, "Days of Violence Days of Rages." Alice in Wormland: Selected Poems, ed. Edna Longley (Newcastle Upon Tyne: Bloodaxe, 1990) [17, p. 70]. Rpt. in Hewett, Collected Poems 1940-1995, ed. William Grono (South Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1995), pp. 229-253 [17, p. 234], free online, and Hewett, Selected Poems of Dorothy Hewett, ed. and introd. by Kate Lilley (Crawley, W.A.: UWA Publishing, 2010), pp. 102-138 [17, p. 108, free online].

Dorothy Hewett, "For Ezra." Half Way up the Mountain (Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 2001), p. 133.

Dorothy Hewett, "The Labyrinth." Collected Poems 1940-1995, ed. William Grono (South Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1995), pp. 205-209, free online.

Dorothy Hewett, "The Lilith Poems [V]." Alice in Wormland (Paddington, N.S.W.: Paper Bark Press, 1987), pp. 20-25 [V, p. 25]. Rpt. in Celebrations: A Bicentennial Anthology of Fifty Years of Western Australian Poetry and Prose, eds. Brian Dibble, Don Grant, Glen Phillips (Nedlands, W.A.: University of Western Australia Press, 1988), pp. 37-39 [V, p. 39], and Hewett, Collected Poems 1940-1995, ed. William Grono (South Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1995), pp. 226-229 [V, 228-229], free online.

Dorothy Hewett, "Untitled." Greenhouse (Sydney: Big Smoke Books, 1979), p. 59. Rpt. as [The roses fall on the balcony] in Hewett, Collected Poems, 1940-1995, ed. William Grono (South Fremantle, W.A.: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1995), pp. 179-180, free online.

John Hewitt, "Mauberley's Son: A Summary." The Adelphi NS 5.2 (November 1932): 122. Rpt. in Hewitt, The Collected Poems of John Hewitt, ed. Frank Ormsby (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1991), p. 473.

William Heyen, "The Confessions of Doc Williams." The American Poetry Review 14.2 (March/April 1985): 24-26 [11. (The Confessions), p. 26; 3. (Note to Doc), p. 26]. First page. Rpt. in Heyen, The Confessions of Doc Williams & Other Poems (Youngstown, Ohio: Etruscan Press, 2006), pp. 52-62 [11. (The Confessions), pp. 59-62; 3. (Note to Doc), p. 62], and Visiting Dr. Williams: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of William Carlos Williams, eds. Sheila Coghill & Thom Tammaro; foreword by Paul Mariani (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2011), pp. 69-81 [11. (The Confessions), pp. 77-81; 3. (Note to Doc), p. 81, free online]. Typescripts of The Confessions of Doc Williams & Other Poems are housed in the William Heyen Papers, 1950-2009, YCAL MSS 352, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Marty Hiatt, "January." Cordite Poetry Review, 1 June 2014. Free online.

Hans H. Hiebel, "Im Eisenkäfig." Leuchttürme: Prosagedichte (Graz: edition keiper, 2019), pp. 8-12. Free online.

José Hierro, "Ezra Pound. Acotación primera. Monólogo. Acotación final." Cuaderno de Nueva York (Madrid: Hiperión, 1998), pp. 59-64. Rpt. in Gordon E. McNeer, "José Hierro's Cuaderno de Nueva York. Strangers in a Strange Land: A Case for Mistaken Identity and Poetry Translations," Letras Peninsulares 11.2-3 (1998-1999): 487-549 (at 544-548); Hierro, Poesías completas, prólogo de Julia Uceda; epílogo y notas de Miguel García-Posada (Madrid: Visor Libros, 2009); Hierro, Poesías completas (1947-2002), prólogo de Julia Uceda; epílogo y notas de Miguel García-Posada (Madrid: Visor Libros, 2017), pp. 733-735; and Hierro, Cuaderno de Nueva York, Fotografías de Lourdes Viana, Georgina Sagasta y José Abizanda, Reedición especial de Joshua Navea (Lunwerg Editores, 2022), pp. 113-119, free online. Translated into English by Gordon E. McNeer in Hierro, Cuaderno de Nueva York / New York Notebook, trans. Gordon E. McNeer, selección biobibliográfica y notas, Margarita Hierro ([San Sebastián de los Reyes]: Ayuntamiento de San Sebastián de los Reyes: Departamento de Publicaciones de la Universidad Popular José Hierro, 1999). Free online. Free online ("Acotación primera"). Free online and here ("Monólogo"). Free online ("Acotación final").

Kevin Higgins, "The House That Don Built." Poethead, July 15, 2018. Free online and here.

John High, "'Venice dream,' #17." Talisman 19 (Winter 1998/99): 21. Free online. Rpt. in High, Bloodline: Selected Writings (Jersey City, N.J.: Talisman House, 2002), pp. 9-10.

Gilbert Highet, "Homage to Ezra Pound." The Nation 154.8 (Feb. 21, 1942): 228, 230. Free online (first page, second page). Rpt. in part in PM, New York, IV.50 (August 15, 1943): 5, free online. Rpt. in American Literature in Parody: A Collection of Parody, Satire, and Literary Burlesque of American Writers Past and Present, ed. Robert P. Falk (New York: Twayne Publishers, 1955), pp. 204-206, free online and here [also pub. under the title The Antic Muse: American Writers in Parody, ed. Robert P. Falk (New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1956), pp. 204-206]; Parodies: An Anthology from Chaucer to Beerbohm—and After, ed. Dwight Macdonald (New York: Random House, 1965), pp. 227-229, free online (first page, last two pages); and as "Homage" in The Brand-X Anthology of Poetry. Burnt Norton Ed., William Zaranka, ed. (Cambridge and Watertown: Apple-Wood Books, Inc., 1981), pp. 277-278, free online (first page, second page).

Donna Hilbert, "Pound at Spoleto." Silver Birch Press, November 9, 2013. Free online.

Wolfgang Hildesheimer, "Die Verstorbenen des Jahres 1972." In Günter Eich, Günter Eich zum Gedächtnis, ed. Siegfried Unseld (Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1973), pp. 57-60. Also printed in Deutsche Abschiede, ed. Gerhard Hay (München: Winkler Verlag, 1984), p. 408.

Barry Hill, "The Glove." Meanjin Quarterly 71.1 (2015). Free online. Rpt. in Hill, Eagerly We Burn: Selected Poems 1980-2018 (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2019), p. 23. Free online.

Barry Hill, [poem on Ezra Pound]. As We Draw Ourselves (Parkville, Vic.: Five Islands Press, 2008).

Geoffrey Hill, The Book of Baruch by the Gnostic Justin, ed. Kenneth Haynes (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019).

Geoffrey Hill, Scenes from Comus (London and New York: Penguin, 2005) [(3) A Description of the Antimasque. 19. Nothing is unforgettable but guilt, p. 66]. Rpt. in Hill, Selected Poems (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2009) [Scenes from Comus. (3) A Description of the Antimasque. 19. Nothing is unforgettable but guilt, p. 262, free online and here].

Geoffrey Hill, The Triumph of Love (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1998) [Section CXLVI, p. 80, free online].

Geoffrey Hill, "The Triumph of Love" [CXLVI]. Selected Poems (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2009), pp. 195-196. Free online.

Geoffrey Hill, "The Triumph of Love" [CXLVI]; "Scenes from Comus" [3, 19]; "Pindarics" [15]; "Odi Barbari" [XVI, XXXVII]; "Al tempo de' tremuoti" [72, 82: i.m. R. B. Kitaj]. Broken Hierarchies: Poems 1952-2012, ed. Kenneth Haynes (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013), pp. 284, 480, 537, 850, 871, 923, 927.

Geoffrey Hill, "2. Pindarics. after Cesare Pavese." Without Title (London: Penguin Books, 2006; New Haven & London: Yale University Press, 2007), pp. 33-55 [14, p. 48, free online; 18, p. 52, free online and here].

Tobias Hill, "The Woman Who Talks to Ezra Pound in Tesco." Midnight in the City of Clocks (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1996), p. 44.

Robert Hilles, "Everywhere There Are Trains." A Breath at a Time (Lantzville, B.C.: Oolichan Books, 1992), p. 57. Free online.

Robert Hilles, "Spring Canto." The Fiddlehead (Depts. of English of the University of New Brunswick and St. Thomas University) 164 (Summer 1990): 18-19. Rpt. as "Canto 1: Spring Canto" in Hilles, Cantos from a Small Room (Toronto: Wolsak and Wynn, 1993), pp. 11-13. Free online (first page, last two pages). A typescript is preserved in the Robert Hilles fonds, 1971-2003, ACU SPC F0126, Archives and Special Collections, Taylor Family Digital Library, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. Finding aid.

Brenda Hillman, "Hearing La Bohème after the March"; "Day 24" [from Metaphor & Simile: 24 journal poems at year's end]. Extra Hidden Life, among the Days (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2018), pp. 47-49 (free online), 93-94 (free online and here).

Edward Hirsch, "A House of Good Stone." Literary Imagination 21.3 (Nov. 2019): 315-316. Free online. Rpt. in Hirsch, Stranger by Night: Poems (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2020), pp. 50-51. Free online.

Jack Hirschman, "The George Oppen Arcane." Napalm Health Spa Report 2009. Free online.

Elizabyth Hiscox, "Reassurance in Negative Space." Aife Magazine (Gunnison, CO) (ca. 2016). Rpt. in Hiscox, Reassurance in Negative Space: Poems (San Jose, CA: Word Galaxy Press, An lmprint of Able Muse Press, 2017), pp. 73-74. Free online.

Matthew Hittinger, "H.D. in Prismatic Ecstasy." Michigan Quarterly Review 46.1 (Winter 2007): 112-113. Free online.

Jóhann Hjálmarsson, "Advertisement for Spanish Scenery." 1961. Translated by Christopher Burawa. Ars Interpres: An International Journal of Poetry, Translation and Art 2 (September 2004): 30-31. Free online and here. Rpt. in Hjálmarsson, Of the Same Mind ([Claremont]: Toad Press, 2005), p. 26. Free online.

Emmanuel Hocquard, "Les Bostoniens du dimanche." Un privé à Tanger [1] (Paris: P.O.L., 1987), pp. 114-116. Free online. Translated into Italian by Michele Zaffarano as "I bostoniani della domenica" here. Translated into Portuguese by Marília Garcia as "Os bostonianos de domingo" in Modo de usar & co., 12 May 2010, free online, and in Marília Garcia Santos, "A Topologia poética de Emmanuel Hocquard" (Diss. Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói, 2010), p. 133, free online.

Horace Jeffery Hodges, "Extra Pound." Gypsy Scholar, September 11, 2019. Free online.

Horace Jeffery Hodges, "High-Flyer?"; "Spherical Miracle!"; "Hello! Hello!"; "Strange Imperative!" "Honor Bound?"; "The S.O.B. Pound"; "Surnaming"; "The Sun Also Rises"; "Pound Unbound"; "Nuthin' But a Hound-Dog!"; "Resurrection"; "The Bounder!"; "Round Rime"; "Pound this Proud One"; "Misdiagnosis?"; "Pound the Whinger!" Gypsy Scholar, August 2019. Free online.

Horace Jeffery Hodges, "Pound's Whine-ter: Take 3." Gypsy Scholar, August 5, 2019. Free online.

Klaus Høeck, "Last Cantos. Ultra-Stable Poems." Transformations: digte ([København]: Gyldendal, 1974). A condensed version appeared as "Ode til Ezra Pound," Palimpsest over et århundrede ([København]: Gyldendal, 2008), translated into English by John Irons as Høeck, Palimpsest on a Century (2013), in which "Ode to Ezra Pound" appears on p. 551. Free online.

Allen Hoey, "At the Grave of Ezra Pound." Connotation Press: An Online Artifact 10.6 (July 2019). Free online and here.

Wayne Hogan, "New(Er) Math." In Lightwise, by Wayne Hogan and Kenneth Leonhardt ([United States]: Little Books Press, 1997), p. 50.

Jonathan Holden, "Thomas Kinkade: 'Painter of Light.'" Prairie Schooner 82.2 (Summer 2008): 46-47. Free online.

Sarah Holland-Batt, "Littoral marginalia." TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Courses Vol. 17, Special Issue No. 17 (October 2013): 54-57. Free online and here and here.

Anselm Hollo, "All of last year's farewells." Guests of Space (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2007), p. 54. Rpt. in Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023), p. 969. A reading by the author as part of the Left Hand Reading Series, Boulder, Colorado, January 18, 2001. Drafts and other materials related to Guests of Space are housed in the Anselm Hollo Papers, GEN MSS 1701, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Anselm Hollo, "Arcana Gardens." Outlying Districts: Poems (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 1990), pp. 91-109. Free online. Rpt. in Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023).

Anselm Hollo, "christmas, the sea, a lady who plays the piano: for her." Hills 1 (March 1973). Free online and here. Rpt. in Hollo, Anselm Hollo (Center Conway, N.H.: Walker's Pond Press, 1974), p. 24 (Black Book no. 1), and Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). A reading by the author at The Body Politic, from the Ben Tripp Tapes, February 26, 1973.

Anselm Hollo, "Dear Slovenian Bard." 'No:t[u]s New Writing 2.2-3 (1987). Rpt. in Hollo, Outlying Districts (Bolinas, Calif.: Smithereens Press, 1987); Rudy Rucker, All the Visions / Anselm Hollo, Space Baltic: The Science Fiction Poems, 1962-1987 (Mountain View, CA: Ocean View Books, 1991), p. 81, free online; and Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). Rpt. as "Pterodactyls" [IV, for Tomaž Šalamun].

Anselm Hollo, "Guests of Space." Chicago Review 45.3/4 (1999): 56-60 [5, p. 58]. Free online and here. Rpt. in Conjunctions 35 (2000): 458-465, first page; Hollo, Guests of Space (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2007), pp. 5-8; American Poetry: States of the Art, ed. Bradford Morrow (Annandale-on-Hudson, NY: Bard College, 2015); and Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). Section 5 was rpt. as "walking down oldtime hotel lobby corridor ..." in Hollo, Braided River: New and Selected Poems 1965-2005 (Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2005), p. 218. A reading by the author as part of the Left Hand Reading Series, Boulder, Colorado, January 18, 2001. A reading by the author as part of the Left Hand Reading Series, Boulder, Colorado, September 16, 1999. Drafts and other materials related to Guests of Space are housed in the Anselm Hollo Papers, GEN MSS 1701, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Anselm Hollo, "Heads to Appear on the Stands." Drawings by Barry Hall. Ambit 20 (1964): 30-47. First page. Rpt. in Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023).

Anselm Hollo, "- O Tell Me About Olson : (an L.-or-non-poem)." St Texts & Finnpoems, with an introd. by Michael Shayer (Worcester, England; Ventura, California: Migrant, 1961), p. 16. Rpt. in Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023).

Anselm Hollo, "The Old Guy Says." Talus (1987): 86. Rpt. in Hollo, Outlying Districts (Bolinas, Calif.: Smithereens Press, 1987) and Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). Drafts and other materials related to Outlying Districts are housed in the Anselm Hollo Papers, GEN MSS 1701, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Anselm Hollo, "On the Occasion of Becoming an Echo." Maya: Works, 1959-1969 (London: Cape Goliard Press, 1970). 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. 99-101,and Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). Free online (first page, last two pages).

Anselm Hollo, "Out of this World." Sumac 2.2-3 (Winter/Spring 1970): 59. Rpt. in Hollo, Maya: Works, 1959-1969 (London: Cape Goliard Press, 1970), p. 104; Hollo, Sojourner Microcosms: New & Selected Poems, 1959-1977 (Berkeley: Blue Wind Press, 1977), p. 105, free online; Explosive Magazine 3 (ca. 1997); Rudy Rucker, All the Visions / Anselm Hollo, Space Baltic: The Science Fiction Poems, 1962-1987 (Mountain View, CA: Ocean View Books, 1991), pp. 18-22, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last page); and Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). The original draft, typesetter's notes, galley proofs, advance galleys, paste-up, and other materials relating to Sojourner Microcosms are held in the Blue Wind Press Records, 1967-2016 (mostly 1970-1993), C1616, Manuscripts Division, Princeton University Library, Princeton, NJ. Finding aid.

Anselm Hollo, "Pterodactyls" [[III, i.m. Ernest Hemingway; IV, for Tomaž Šalamun]; "Wrong Channel"; "Seven Years Short of a Hundred." Corvus: Poems (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 1995), pp. 76, free online, 104, free online, 109, free online. Rpt. in Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). "Pterodactyls" [III, i.m. Ernest Hemingway] was rpt. in Hollo, Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence: Selected Poems, 1965-2000 (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House, 2001), p. 213. Free online. On his discovery of Pound as described in "Seven Years Short of a Hundred," Hollo has written: "It wasn't until I encountered the monumentally baffling Ezra Pound — at first, I believe, in a bilingual edition with Eva Hesse's remarkable German translations: a small paperback selection, with a greenish photo image of the slightly puffy-faced poet on a glossy black cover — that poetry began to seem a subject worthy of active pursuit. Pound's Bertran de Born still smacked of mothball heroics, but Cathay and The Cantos were something else. They existed in a realm of active language first opened up to me by Ernest Hemingway's crisply Imagist short stories, the favorite reading matter of my early twenties. They also led me to the work of William Carlos Williams and helped me identify my dissatisfaction with my own attempts to write Heinesque poems and Hemingwayesque short stories." (Hollo, "Anselm Hollo 1934 —," Caws & Causeries: Around Poetry and Poets (Albuquerque, N.M.: La Alameda Press, 1999), pp. 94-134 (at 117)). Files on Corvus are held in the Toothpaste/Coffee House Press Records, 1970- , MSC0461, Special Collections, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA. Finding aid.

Anselm Hollo, "Rides with Bob Creeley." The Tortoise of History: Poems (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2016), pp. 23-24. Free online (first page, second page) and here and here. Rpt. in Hollo, The Collected Poems of Anselm Hollo, eds. John Bloomberg-Rissman and Yasmina Ghiasi (Minneapolis, MN: Coffee House Press, 2023). Drafts and other materials related to The Tortoise of History: Poems are housed in the Anselm Hollo Papers, GEN MSS 1701, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Finding aid.

Anselm Hollo, "Teräsmies pienenä." Trobar: löytää: Runoja (Helsinki: Otava, 1964). Free online.

John A. Holmes, Jr., "Ezra Pound." Collected Poems of John Holmes (2002). Free online. A typescript of the poem is housed in the John A. Holmes Papers, 1813-1998 (bulk 1930-1960), MS007, Digital Collections and Archives, Tufts University. Finding aid.

Tom Holmes, "As with Energy, So with Form – Henri Thinks Through His Sculpture." Mississippi Review [online edition] 14.4 (Oct. 2008). Free online and here.

Granville Holt, "Harvest." Poemhunter, July 31, 2022. Free online.

Miroslav Holub, "Setkání s Ezrou Poundem." Mistr těch, kteří vědí, ed. Petr Mikeš (Olomouc: Votobia, 1995), pp. 111-114. Translated into Polish by Leszek Engelking as "Spotkanie z Ezra Poundem," Kwartalnik artystyczny: Kujawy i Pomorze 3 [no. 19] (1998): 63. Free online. Translated into English by Dana Hábová and Stuart Friebert as "Meeting Ezra Pound," in Holub, Sagittal Section: Poems, New and Selected (Oberlin, OH: Oberlin College, 1980), p. 102. Rpt. in FIELD: Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 49 (Fall 1993): 12. Free online and here. Also rpt. in Models of the Universe: An Anthology of the Prose Poem, eds. Stuart Friebert and David Young (Oberlin, OH: Oberlin College Press, 1995), p. 155; Holub, Intensive Care: Selected and New Poems (Oberlin, OH: Oberlin College Press, 1996), p. 110; Poets Reading: The FIELD Symposia, ed. David Walker (Oberlin, OH: Oberlin College Press, 1999), p. 538, free online; Larry Levis, The Gazer Within, eds. James Marshall, Andrew Miller, and John Venable (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2001), p. 112; The Penguin Book of the Prose Poem: From Baudelaire to Anne Carson, ed. and introduced by Jeremy Noel-Tod (London: Penguin Books, 2018), free online; and Chris McCaffery, Julia St. John, and Steve Larkin, "WRB—July 12, 2023," Washington Review of Books, July 12, 2023, free online. Translated into Spanish by Luis Miguel Aguilar as "Encuentro con Ezra Pound" in Aguilar, "Ezra Pound en Spoleto," Milenio, 1 Nov. 2022, free online.

Homunculus, "Before I Sleep, Please Clarify Something." Hello Poetry, Jan. 2018. Free online.

Jeremy Hooker, "Hieratic Head of Ezra Pound." P N Review 22.1 [no. 105] (September-October 1995). Rpt. in Hooker, Our Lady of Europe (London: Enitharmon Press, 1997), p. 67, and Hooker, The Cut of the Light: Poems 1965-2005 (London: Enitharmon Press, 2006), pp. 242-243, free online.

Paul Hoover, "My Summer Vacation." Somebody Talks a Lot (Chicago, Ill.: Yellow Press, 1982), pp. 52-53. Free online. Rpt. in Joe Soap's Canoe (Felixstowe, Suffolk, England) 9 (1985), free online.

A. D. Hope, "A Letter from Rome." Quadrant 7.3 (1963): 45-59. Rpt. in Hope, Collected Poems, 1930-1965 (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1966), pp. 129-148, and Hope, Selected Poems, chosen and introd. by Ruth Morse (Manchester: Carcanet, 1986), pp. 59-75. Free online.

Christopher Hope, "In Memoriam Robert Berold." New Nation 6.10 (May 1973): 20-21.

Stanley Romaine Hopper, "Date Line: Ezra Pound" and "Lament for Ezra Pound." Why Persimmons and Other Poems: Transformations of Theology in Poetry (Atlanta, Ga.: Scholars Press, 1987), pp. 116-117.

Jerzy Hordyński, "spotkanie z Ezra Pound." Błędne koło (Kraków: Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1969), p. 24. Rpt. in Hordynski, Wiersze wybrane (Kraków: Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1976), p. 158. Translated into German by Otto F. Bäbler as "Begegnung mit Ezra Pound," Die Tat, Zürich, 274 (23 November 1974): 27. Free online. Translated into Italian by Paolo Statuti as "Incontro con Ezra Pound." Free online.

Johnny Horton, "Isolated Splendor." Mediterranean Poetry, January 28, 2019. Free online.

Lindy Hough, "from Psyche Book III [1]-[10]." Wild Horses, Wild Dreams: New and Selected Poems 1971-2010 (Berkeley, Calif.: North Atlantic Books, 2011), pp. 95-118 [[3], pp. 99-100, free online (first page, second page)].

David Howard, "Consecutive Sentences." Landfall (Christchurch, NZ) 38.1 [no. 149] (March 1984): 79-83 (4. Ezra Pound (1885-1972)). Free online and here.

Geoffrey Howard, "A (Temperance) Drinking Song." A Tankard of Ale: An Anthology of Drinking Songs, comp. and ed. Theodore Maynard (London: Erskine Macdonald, Ltd., 1920), pp. 162-165. Free online and here and here.

Sarah Howe, "Stray Dogs." The Poetry Review 104.2 (Summer 2014). Free online. A reading by the author (YouTube video at about 35:00). Rpt. as "(g) Stray dogs" in Howe, Loop of Jade (London: Chatto & Windus, 2015), free online. Free online. About this poem, Sarah Howe has written: "'Stray Dogs' also revisits an American poet – the more troubling figure of Ezra Pound. Alongside the poems, I decided to look at Pound's pro-Fascist (vilely anti-Semitic) wartime speeches for Radio Rome. They were what landed him, after his arrest in 1945, in a 'death cell' at the US Army Disciplinary Training Center outside Pisa. It was the mental instability these hellish conditions incubated that saved Pound from the scaffold, in favour of an American mental hospital. It is not ethically straightforward to be moved by The Pisan Cantos. (What should we do with any echoes of the camps in Pound's DTC cage?) But for me, there is pathos in the famous section of Canto 74 when an African-American soldier brings Pound, in his medical tent, a packing crate to use as a writing table." (Sarah Howe, "Sarah Howe: wordplay in Borges and Roethke, fellow-feeling in Pound," The Poetry Society, Summer 2014, free online and here). "I've just finished a poem about Pound in his traitor's cage in the US detention camp at Pisa, where the poem's monolith-like block, justified left and right, tells an obvious story about constraint." (Transom 5 (Spring 2013), free online and here).

Harry Howith, "In Memory of Ezra Pound." The Stately Homes of Westmount (Montreal: DC Books, 1973), p. 30. Free online.

Michael J. Hudson, "Pagan Like Pound." In: "Snaps of Eden" (M.A., The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 2010), p. 28. Free online.

F[ord]. M[adox]. H[ueffer]., "Fragments Addressed by Clearchus H. To Aldi." Des Imagistes: An Anthology (New York: Albert and Charles Boni, 1914), p. 62. Free online and here and here and here.

Peter Huggins, "The ABC of Discourse." Hard Facts (Livingston, Ala.: Livingston Press, the University of West Alabama, 1998), p. 30.

Ryan Hughes, "Modern Man's Alienation." The Signal (UHCL), May 3, 2016. Free online.

William Hull, "The Dogcatcher's Got Old Ez." Interim 4 (1954): 79. Rpt. in Hull, Collected Poems, 1942-1968 ([Calcutta], A Writers Workshop Publication, 1970), p. 209.

John Hulse, "Selected Poems of Ezra Pound." Hulse Collected Poems (1985-2015), Volume 1 (Bloomington, Indiana: Trafford Publishing, 2015). Free online.

T. R. Hummer, "Dogma: Pigmeat and Whiskey." The Kenyon Review NS 7.2 (Spring 1985): 10-15. Rpt. in Hummer, Lower-Class Heresy: Poems (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1987), pp. 50-55, free online (first two pages, next two pages, last two pages).

T.R. Hummer, "Legendary Head." The Literati Quarterly 2 (Autumn 2014): 9. Free online. Rpt. in Hummer, Eon: Poems (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2018), p. 12, free online.

Tom C. Hunley, "Gossiping About the Dead." Evansville Review. Also in Hunley, "The Tongue" (Ph.D., Florida State University, 2003), p. 55. Free online and here.

Edward Hunt, "Cage." Pea River Journal, 8 August 2014. A response to the Prints Project at Pea River Journal, which mailed a portrait of Ezra Pound in the form of a handcut print to the poet and asked him to respond. Free online.

Tim Hunt, "In a Station of the Subway"; "A Pact." Thirteen Ways of Talking to a Blackbird (Georgetown, Kentucky: Finishing Line Press, 2013).

Tim Hunt, "Today, the poem"; "In a Station of the Subway"; "A Pact." Poem's Poems and Other Poems (Cincinnati, OH: CW Books, 2016), pp. 13-16, 74, 75-76.

Donnell Hunter, "Sparring Partners." Scroll (Ricks College, Rexburg, ID) 102.24 (December 10, 1985): 17. Free online.

Andrew Huntley, "The Quickening." Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture 28.5 (May 2004): 23. Free online and here.

Anne Hussey, "Ezra Pound's Eye." Baddeck & Other Poems (Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1978). Rpt. in The Wesleyan Tradition: Four Decades of American Poetry, ed. Michael Collier (Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1993), pp. 149-150. Free online and here.

Geof Huth, "What Lies Beneath Lies Before." dbqp: visualizing poetics, 16 September 2008. Free online.

 

 

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