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Ralph La Charity, "Three Fall Mid-Pacific Bits." The Difficulties 1.2 (Winter 1980-1981), n.p. [BIT ONE: Alien Probee, In Fight]. Free online.

José Antonio Labordeta, "Encuentro con Ezra Pound." Poemas y canciones (Barcelona: Lumen, 1976), p. 19.

Gary Lai, "Sestina." Hawaii Pacific Review, July 17, 2017. Free online.

Jenai Laignel, "Rage." Stuart Miller-Osborne, May 2, 2022. Free online.

David J. Lake, "Monument to E.P., Poet (Ode Pour l'Erection de Son Sepulcre) 'With Usura.'" Hornpipes and Funerals: Forty-Two Poems and Six Odes of Horace (St Lucia, Queensland: University of Queensland Press, 1973), p. 23.

Michael Lally, "The Definite Article, The Indefinite Article, and the Genuine Article." Hanging Loose 40 (Autumn 1981): 31-34. Rpt. in Lally, Attitude: Uncollected Poems of the Seventies (Brooklyn, NY: Hanging Loose Press, 1982), pp. 181-184.

Michael Lally, "Sonnet for My 33rd." Charisma (New York: O Press, 1976). Rpt. in Lally, It Takes One to Know One: Poetry & Prose (Santa Rosa, CA: Black Sparrow Press, 2001), p. 89, free online and here, and Lally, Another Way to Play: Poems 1960-2017 (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2018), free online. Free online. A file on It Takes One to Know One is held in the Black Sparrow Press records, 1927-2002 (bulk 1970-2002), BANC MSS 97/40 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA. Finding aid. A manuscript of It Takes One to Know One is held in the Seamus Cooney Black Sparrow Press Collection, 1966-2006, 03-exws_blacksparrow, Special Collections, Zhang Legacy Collections Center, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI. Finding aid.

Philip Lamantia, "An American Place." Meadowlark West (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1986), pp. 59-60. Free online. Rpt. in Lamantia, The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia, eds. Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters; foreword by Lawrence Ferlinghetti (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2013), pp. 380-381, free online. A reading by the poet at Blake's Bar, Berkeley, CA, 1986. Poems for and typescripts of Meadowlark West are found in the Philip Lamantia Papers, 1944-2005, BANC MSS 2006/179, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley. Finding aid.

Philip Lamantia, "Destroyed Works." The Collected Poems of Philip Lamantia, eds. Garrett Caples, Andrew Joron, and Nancy Joyce Peters; foreword by Lawrence Ferlinghetti (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2013), pp. 157-175 (12, p. 160, free online).

Werner Lambersy, La toilette du mort: suivi de Ezra Loomis Pound: poésie, préface de Otto Ganz (Lausanne and Paris: L'Âge d'Homme, 2006). "La toilette du mort," which mentions Pound, is online here. A Dutch translation, by Guy Commerman, of excerpts from "La toilette du mort" was published under the title "Het wenende skelet," Gierik & Nieuw Vlaams Tijdschrift 103 (Summer 2009): 1-18, free online.

Leónidas C. Lamborghini, Odiseo confinado, grabados de Blas A. Castagna (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Van Riel, 1992) (II. Cordero, el paródico, pp. 19ff. (Pound mentioned on pp. 19, 30, 112). "Cordero, el paródico" was reprinted in Lamborghini, Antología poética (Fondo Nacional de las Artes, 2006), pp. 115-120.

Rex Lampman. See Eustace Mullins

Morten Langeland, "Strike four / Quatre points." Translated into English by Agnes Scott Langeland here.

James Langer, "Arrhythmia." In: "Gun Dogs" (M.A., University of New Brunswick, 2006). Rpt. in Antigonish Review 150 (Summer 2007): 68, free online, and Langer, Gun Dogs: Poems (Toronto: House of Anansi Press, 2009), p. 56, free online.

Daniel J. Langton, "Expecting." Kansas Quarterly 12.1 (Winter 1980): 94. Rpt. in Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry, ed. Alan F. Pater (Beverly Hills, Calif.: Monitor Book Company, 1981), pp. 247-248, free online (first page, second page).

T. J. Lappin, "Pound Refracted (portrait by Avedon, 6-30-58)." The North Stone Review 10 (Fall 1991-Winter 1992): 76.

MC Lars, "Space Game." The Graduate (Beverly Hills, CA: Horris Records, 2006) [CD]. Free online and here and here. Free online with video.

John Latta, "Acrostic 9." Rubbing Torsos (Ithaca, N.Y.: Ithaca House, 1979), p. 55.

John Latta, "The Bones in El Bahnasa." American Letters & Commentary 8 (1996): 66-68. Rpt. in Latta, Breeze (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2003), pp. 94-95. Free online.

John Latta, "Reading Cicero’s De Oratore." Chicago Review 41.4 (1995): 113-115. Free online and here. Rpt. in Latta, Breeze (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2003), pp. 50-52, free online (first two pages, last page). Free online.

John Latta, "What Comes Next." Isola di Rifiuti, January 22, 2008. Free online.

John Latta, "A Year" [LXXVI]. Isola di Rifiuti, March 17, 2009. Free online.

John Latta, "A Year" [CXL]. Isola di Rifiuti, May 20, 2009. Free online and here.

Richmond Lattimore, "Wabash Blues." Poetry 102.6 (Sept. 1963): 369-370. Free online. Rpt. in Lattimore, The Stride of Time: New Poems and Translations (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1966), pp. 4-6, and Lattimore, Poems from Three Decades (New York: Scribner, 1972), pp. 172-173, free online. There is a file for Richmond Lattimore in the correspondent files through 1967 in the Poetry mss., 1954-2002, LMC 2405, Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. Finding aid.

Peter Laugesen, "Ecstasy and Comedy" and "Glansbilleder" [Picture Postcards]. Grassinan Cantos/Radio Fiesole (Valby: Borgen, 2002), pp. 19, 43.

Peter Laugesen, "Pound." 64 (Valby: Borgen, 2006). Free online.

Peter Laugesen, "Pound i et bur i Pisa" [Pound in a cage in Pisa]. Når engle bøvser jazz [When Angels Burp Jazz] (København: Borgen, 1998).

James Laughlin, "The Beautiful Muttering." The Iowa Review 15.2 (Spring-Summer 1985): 6. Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. in 'What Thou Lovest Well Remains': 100 Years of Ezra Pound, ed. Richard Ardinger ([Hailey, Idaho]: Limberlost Press, 1986), p. 96; Laughlin, The Owl of Minerva: Poems (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 1987), p. 23; Laughlin, Poems, New and Selected, Introd. by Charles Tomlinson (New York: New Directions, 1998), p. 167, free online and here; and Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 146. Free online. Translated into Spanish by Arturo Dávila as "El hermoso murmullo" in connection with his essay "Ezra Pound y un acerero de Pittsburgh," nexos, noviembre 1, 2022, free online. Autograph and typed signed manuscripts, 1985, are held in the James Laughlin Collection, 1944-1992, PCMS-0027, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries. Finding aid. A manuscript, galley, proofs, and bound galley proof for The Owl of Minerva 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

James Laughlin, "A collage for E.P." 1983. Ts with AMs annotations, AMs, Tss, Tss (photocopy) drafts, notes, and research materials are housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "Dans Les Traces D'Ezra Pound, or Monsieur Roquette's Pants." Ambit 93 (1983): 7. Rpt. in Laughlin, Selected Poems, 1935-1985 (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1986), pp. 84-85. Free online.

James Laughlin, The Deconstructed Man ([Iowa City] Iowa: The Windhover Press, 1985). Rpt. in Laughlin, Selected Poems 1935-1985 (San Francisco, Calif.: City Lights Books, 1986), pp. 191-194, free online (first page, next two pages, last page); Annual Survey of American Poetry: 1985, prepared by The Editorial Board, Roth Publishing, Inc. (formerly Granger Book Co., Inc.) (Great Neck, New York: Poetry Anthology Press, 1987), pp. 144-148, free online (first two pages, 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. 267-270, free online (first page, next two pages, last page); and Laughlin, Poems, New and Selected, Introd. by Charles Tomlinson (New York: New Directions, 1998), pp. 92-95, free online (first two pages, last page and notes) and here. See also Hiram Handspring

James Laughlin, "Eating & Dying." The Owl of Minerva: Poems (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 1987), pp. 71-72, free online (first page, second page). A manuscript, galley, proofs, and bound galley proof for The Owl of Minerva 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.

James Laughlin, Ezra. New York: Dim Gray Bar Press, 1994.

James Laughlin, "Ezra." Ambit 132 (1993): 90-93. Rpt. as "Ezra (Pound)" in Laughlin, The Country Road: Poems (Cambridge, MA: Zoland Books, 1995), pp. 115-119. An excerpt was published as "Ezra (Pound)" in Los Angeles Times, December 17, 1995, p. 217, here and here. Rpt. as "Ezra" in Contemporary Authors, Autobiography Series, Joyce Nakamura, Ed., Shelly Andrews, Assoc. Ed., Vol. 22 (Detroit, MI: Gale Research, 1996), pp. 178-179, free online, and in Paideuma: Modern and Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 26.2/3 (Fall & Winter 1997): 231-235, free online, and as "Ezra (Pound)" in Laughlin, Byways: A Memoir by James Laughlin, ed. with an introd. and notes by Peter Glassgold; preface by Guy Davenport (New York: New Directions, 2005), pp. 83-87. Translated into Italian by Massimo Bacigalupo in Laughlin, Scorciatoie: poesie 1945-1997, a cura di Massimo Bacigalupo (Milano: Oscar Mondadori, 2003) (English and Italian on facing pages), pp. 238-249.

James Laughlin, "Fidelio: Ezra Pound." Ambit 144 (Jan. 1996): 95. Rpt. in Grand Street 15.1 [no. 57] (July 1996): 179, free online, and in Laughlin, A Commonplace Book of Pentastichs (New York: New Directions, 1998), p. 23. Free online. Files on Issue 57--Dirt, 1995-1996, are held in the Grand Street Publications Inc. Records, 1980-2004, MS#0508, Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University Library, New York. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "For Me All Time All History Is NOW." The Owl of Minerva: Poems (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 1987), p. 12, free online. A Ts (photocopy) of "For Me All Time All History Is NOW" is housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid. A manuscript, galley, proofs, and bound galley proof for The Owl of Minerva 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.

James Laughlin, "J'ayme donc je suis - je souffre mais je vis." "I Love Therefore I Am - I Suffer But I'm Alive." Selected Poems, 1935-1985 (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1985), p. 131 (French only). Rpt. in Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), pp. 232-233. Free online. A Ts (photocopy) of "J'ayme donc je suis - je souffre mais je vis" is housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "Knowledge." Scripsi 7.1 (1991): 9. Rpt. in Laughlin, The Man in the Wall (New York: New Directions, 1993), p. 14, free online, and Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 147. Free online. Ams and TMs, 1991, in the James Laughlin Collection, 1944-1992, PCMS-0027, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries. Finding aid. A Ts (photocopy) of "Knowledge" is housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "A Leave-taking." Translation 15 (1985): 162. Rpt. in Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 279, free online, and Laughlin, Poems, New and Selected, Introd. by Charles Tomlinson (New York: New Directions, 1998), p. 127, free online and here. TMs, 1985, in the James Laughlin Collection, 1944-1992, PCMS-0027, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries. Finding aid. Tss with AMs annotation (photocopy) of "A Leave-taking" are housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "Like Him I Need the Past." Stolen & Contaminated Poems (Isla Vista, Calif.: Turkey Press, 1985), p. 2. Rpt. in 'What Thou Lovest Well Remains': 100 Years of Ezra Pound, ed. Richard Ardinger ([Hailey, Idaho]: Limberlost Press, 1986), p. 94, and Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 110. Free online. AMs and TMs, [1983?], in the James Laughlin Collection, 1944-1992, PCMS-0027, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, Lines for Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams. New York: Grenfell Press, 1983. A typescript, paste-up, mock-up, and galleys of Lines for Ezra Pound and William Carlos Williams are housed in the Grenfell Press Archive, 1980-1996 (bulk 1982-1986), RB010002, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "My Instructions." Paris Review 115 (Summer 1990). Rpt. in New Directions in Prose and Poetry 54, ed. J. Laughlin with Peter Glassgold and Griselda Ohannessian (New York: New Directions Publishing, 1990), pp. 177-178; Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), pp. 506-507, free online, and William Corbett, All Prose: Selected Essays and Reviews (Cambridge, Mass.: Zoland Books, 2001), pp. 199-200, free online (first page, second page). The "Make It Simple" section was rpt. under the heading "James Laughlin 1914-1997" in Poetry 171.4 (February 1998) [n.p.], free online. Translated into Italian by Massimo Bacigalupo as "Le mie istruzioni" in Laughlin, Scorciatoie: poesie 1945-1997, a cura di Massimo Bacigalupo (Milano: Oscar Mondadori, 2003) (English and Italian on facing pages), pp. 78-81. AMs and TMs, 1989, are housed in the James Laughlin Collection, 1944-1992, PCMS-0027, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "9 Ridge Road." Remembering William Carlos Williams (New York: New Directions, 1995), pp. 5-48. Rpt. in P N Review 23.1 [no. 111] (September-October 1996): 29-53, and Laughlin, Byways: A Memoir, ed. with an Introd. and Notes by Peter Glassgold, Preface by Guy Davenport (New York: New Directions, 2005), pp. 143-211.

James Laughlin, "No My Dear." Selected Poems, 1935-1985 (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1985), p. 136. Rpt. in Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 122. Free online. A page proof of "No My Dear" with MS annotations is housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "Professor F's Story." The Iowa Review 13.3-4 (Spring 1983): 133. Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. as Laughlin, "Ἐνθάδε τὴν ἱερὴν κεφαλὴν κατὰ γαῖα καλύπτει. ἀνδρῶν ἡρώων κοσμήτορα, θεῖον Ὅμηρον." ["And Ole Ez said that the . . ."], Stolen & Contaminated Poems (Isla Vista, Calif.: Turkey Press, 1985), p. 4; Laughlin, Selected Poems, 1935-1985 (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1985), p. 123; and Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 111. Free online. Translated into Spanish by Arturo Dávila as "Ahora la tierra cubre al hombre sagrado, al divino Homero, quien ordenó a los héroes" in connection with his essay "Ezra Pound y un acerero de Pittsburgh," nexos, noviembre 1, 2022, free online.

James Laughlin, "Rapallo Again" and "Olga." Byways: A Memoir, ed. with an introd. and notes by Peter Glassgold; preface by Guy Davenport (New York: New Directions, 2005), pp. 100ff., 126-132.

James Laughlin, "The Reclining Position." Parnassus: Poetry in Review 18.2-19.1 (1993): 370. Rpt. in Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 411. Free online. TMs, 1985, the James Laughlin Collection, 1944-1992, PCMS-0027, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "Some Memories of E.P. (Drafts & Fragments)." Iowa Review 15.2 (Spring-Summer 1985): 3-5 [Rapallo (1934), Austria (1936)]. Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. in Scripsi (1986); Laughlin, The Owl of Minerva: Poems (Port Townsend, Wash.: Copper Canyon Press, 1987), pp. 19-22, free online (first page, next two pages, last page); St. Andrews Review (1989); Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introduction by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I.: Moyer Bell, 1994), pp. 141-144, free online (first page, next two pages, last page); and Laughlin, Poems, New and Selected, Introd. by Charles Tomlinson (New York: New Directions, 1998), pp. 102-105, free online (first two pages, last two pages) and here (first three pages, last page). Translated into Spanish by Arturo Dávila as "Algunos recuerdos de E. P. (Borradores & Fragmentos)" in connection with his essay "Ezra Pound y un acerero de Pittsburgh," nexos, noviembre 1, 2022, free online. A Ts and Ts (photocopy) of "Some Memories of E.P. (Drafts & Fragments)" are housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid. A manuscript, galley, proofs, and bound galley proof for The Owl of Minerva 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.

James Laughlin, "Some of Us Come to Live." Ambit 93 (1983): 6. Rpt. in Laughlin, Selected Poems, 1935-1985 (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1985), p. 71, free online; Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 145, free online; and Laughlin, Poems, New and Selected (New York: New Directions, 1998), p. 168, free online. See also Hiram Handspring

James Laughlin, "That Very Famous Poet." Phantoms (New York: Aperture, 1995), p. 53. Rpt. in Laughlin, The Secret Room: Poems (New York: New Directions, 1997), p. 75, free online and here, and Laughlin, The Lost Fragments (Dublin: Dedalus Press, 1997), p. 22.

James Laughlin, "La Tristesse." The Man in the Wall (New York: New Directions, 1993), p. 73, free online and here. Rpt. in Laughlin, The Collected Poems of James Laughlin, with an introd. by Hayden Carruth (Wakefield, R.I., and London: Moyer Bell, 1994), p. 481. Free online, and Laughlin, Poems, New and Selected, Introd. by Charles Tomlinson (New York: New Directions, 1998), p. 96, free online and here. Four leaves in the James Laughlin Collection, 1944-1992, PCMS-0027, The Poetry Collection, University at Buffalo Libraries. Finding aid. A Ts (photocopy), annotated, of "La Tristesse" is housed in the James Laughlin papers, circa 1929-1997, MS Am 2077.2, Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid.

James Laughlin, "William Carlos Williams." Ambit 137 (1994): 84-92. Rpt. as "9 Ridge Road" in Agni (1994); Laughlin, Remembering William Carlos Williams (New York: New Directions, 1995), pp. 5ff.; P N Review 23.1 [no. 111] (September-October 1996): 29-35, excerpt; and Laughlin, Byways: A Memoir by James Laughlin, ed. with an introd. and notes by Peter Glassgold; preface by Guy Davenport (New York: New Directions, 2005), pp. 143-156.

James Laughlin. See also Hiram Handspring

Peter Laurie, "Noel." Poetry 133.3 (Dec. 1978): 160-163. Free online.

Ann Lauterbach, "Lines written to Bob Perelman in the margins of The Marginalization of Poetry." Impercipient Lecture Series, eds. Steve Evans and Jennifer Moxley (Providence, Rhode Island, 1997) [Vol. 1 No. 4 (May 1997) pamphlet]. Rpt. in Jacket 2 (January 1998), free online.

Ann Lauterbach, "Task: To Open"; "Of Spirits." Under the Sign (New York: Penguin Books, 2013), pp. 51-80 (section 25, p. 66), 85-86 (free online).

Bill Lavender, "Wall Street Vegetables" [a poem considering the implications of Ezra Pound's notion of "vegetable money"], Situations: Project of the Radical Imagination 5.1 (2013): 5-6. Free online and here and here and here and here and here.

Tato Laviera, "Preludio Barroquero." Mixturao and Other Poems (Houston, Tex.: Arte Público Press), p. 50. Free online.

Amy Lawless, "Internet History December 7, 2006." Noctis Licentia: Poems (New York: Black Maze Books, 2008), pp. 38-40. Free online (first two pages, rest of poem).

Gary Lawless, How the Stones Came to Venice (Portland, Maine: Littoral Books, 2021).

David Lawrence, "Prison Bullshit." Steel Toe Boots: Poems (Santa Barbara: Fithian Press, 1996), p. 27.

Seabury Lawrence, "Among the Poets." New York Evening Sun (ca. 1923). Rpt. in The Publishers' Weekly 103.7 (February 17, 1923): 519. Free online and here.

Sarah Lawson, "CANTO MCMLXXXVIII (Kalendae junii) (written after hearing a discussion of Ezra Pound at a PEN meeting, 1 June 1988)." The Honest Ulsterman (London) 89 (Summer 1990): 16-17. Free online.

Irving Layton, "Marie." 1954. A Red Carpet for the Sun (Toronto, Ont.: McClelland and Stewart, 1960), p. 70. Rpt. in Layton, Collected Poems (Toronto, Ont.: McClelland and Stewart, 1965), p. 78, and Layton, Dance with Desire: Selected Love Poems, drawings by Richard Gorman (Toronto, Ont.: The Porcupine's Quill & Lake Galleries, 1992), pp. 16-17, free online. A file on Dance with Desire is held in the Irving Layton fonds, 1912-1997, F001, Special Collections, Concordia University Library,  Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Finding aid and here.

Irving Layton, "Marie"; "The New Sensibility." The Collected Poems of Irving Layton (Toronto, Ont.: McClelland and Stewart, 1971), pp. 133, 484-485.

Irving Layton, "The Magician." Droppings from Heaven (Toronto, Ont.: McClelland and Stewart, 1979), p. 30. Free online. A file on Droppings from Heaven is held in the Irving Layton fonds, 1912-1997, F001, Special Collections, Concordia University Library,  Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Finding aid and here.

Irving Layton, "The Magician"; "The New Sensibility." Fortunate Exile (Toronto, Ont.: McClelland and Stewart, 1987), pp. 68, free online, 137-138, free online (first page, second page). A file on Fortunate Exile is held in the Irving Layton fonds, 1912-1997, F001, Special Collections, Concordia University Library,  Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Finding aid and here.

Irving Layton, "The New Sensibility." Shattered Plinths (Toronto, Ont.: McClelland and Stewart, 1968), pp. 32-33. A file on Shattered Plinths is held in the Irving Layton fonds, 1912-1997, F001, Special Collections, Concordia University Library,  Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Finding aid and here.

Irving Layton, "Walt's Reply." Chicago Review 24.3 (Winter 1972): 126. Free online. Rpt. in Layton, Lovers and Lesser Men (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1973), p. 61. Holograph drafts of poems, June 10-July 26, 1972, workbooks, and a typescript for Lovers and Lesser Men are held in the Irving Layton Papers, 1972-1984, MS Coll. 313, Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, Toronto, CA. Finding aid. A file on Lovers and Lesser Men is held in the Irving Layton fonds, 1912-1997, F001, Special Collections, Concordia University Library,  Montreal, Quebec, Canada.Finding aid and here.

Hank Lazer, "Here." Boston Review, September 7, 2006. Free online.

Hank Lazer, "N20P71" (Notebook 20, Page 71). 9/24/11, Honolulu. EOAGH – A Journal of the Arts, August 2012. From the twentieth of twenty handwritten notebook projects. Free online with a transcription.

Ann Claremont Le Zotte, "Dear Virginia Woolf." The American Poetry Review 29.1 (January/February 2000): 48. Free online and here.

Mary Leader, "Queen Elizabeth The First's Period." New Orleans Review 35.2 (Dec. 2009): 57-69. Free online and here.

Paris Leary, "Summa Contra Gentiles." Quarterly Review of Literature 12.3 (1963): 229-230. Rpt. in A Controversy of Poets: An Anthology of Contemporary American Poetry, eds. Paris Leary and Robert Kelly (Garden City, New York: Anchor Books, 1965), pp. 221-222, free online (first page, second page).

Joseph Lease, "Torn and Frayed." New American Writing 26 (2008). Rpt. in Lease, Testify: Poems (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2011), pp. 32-40 (mentions Pound, p. 34, free online).

Cynthia LeClaire, Homage to the Light (Redding Ridge, CT: Black Swan Books, 1985).

Nancy Lee. See Stuart Anderson and Nancy Lee

Alexis Lefrançois, "Calcaires." Études françaises 5.4 (novembre 1969): 430-437. Free online and here and here. Rpt. in Lefrançois, Calcaires (Montréal: Éditions du Noroît, 1971) and Lefrançois, Comme tournant la page. Volume 1. Poèmes 1968-1978 (St. Laurent, Que.: Éditions du Noroît, 1984).

Jim Leftwich, Six Months Aint No Sentence, Book 159 (2016). Free online.

Michele Leggott, "Figures in the Distance [14]." Vanishing Points (Auckland, N.Z.: Auckland University Press, 2017). Free online.

Michele Leggott, "recombination." Trout 15 (2008). Free online. Rpt. in Leggott, Mirabile Dictu (Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press, 2013).

Michele Leggott, "redentore." Jacket 36 (Late 2008). Free online. Rpt. in Leggott, Mirabile Dictu (Auckland, New Zealand: Auckland University Press, 2013).

Michele Leggott. See also Bridget Furey

David Lehman, "Literal Lives." 1989. The New Republic 201.25 (December 18, 1989). Rpt. in Lehman, The Big Question (Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1995), p. 75, free online and here, and Lehman, New and Selected Poems (New York: Scribner Poetry, 2013), p. 281, free online and here.

David Lehman, "With Tenure." Operation Memory (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1990), p. 51. Rpt. in Conversation Pieces: Poems That Talk to Other Poems, selected by Kurt Brown and Harold Schechter (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2007), pp. 244-245; Julie LaRue Porter, "Beyond McPoetry: Contemporary American Poetry in the Institutionalized Creative Writing Program Era" (Ph.D., Columbia University, 2012), pp. 28-29, free online; and Lehman, New and Selected Poems (New York: Scribner Poetry, 2013), pp. 212-213, free online. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Brad Leithauser, "Law Clerk, 1979." New England Review 4.2 (Winter 1981): 223-227. Rpt. as "II. Law Clerk, 1979" in "Two Summer Jobs" in Leithauser, Hundreds of Fireflies (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1981), pp. 31-42 (at 35-42); Leithauser, Between Leaps: Poems 1972-1985 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1987); and Leithauser, The Oldest Word for Dawn: New and Selected Poems (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2013), pp. 68-76 (at 71-76). Rpt. as "II. Law Clerk, 1979" in For a Living: The Poetry of Work, eds. Nicholas Coles and Peter Oresick (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1995), pp. 226-231. Rpt. as "Law Clerk, 1979" in Poetry of the Law: From Chaucer to the Present, eds. David Kader and Michael Stanford (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2010), pp. 168-173.

Paulo Leminski, "Information retrieval: a recuperação da informação." Ensaios e anseios crípticos, organização e seleção Alice Ruiz e Aurea Leminski (Curitiba: Pólo Editorial do Paraná, 1997), pp. 63-69. Rpt. in Leminski, Ensaios e anseios crípticos, 2ª ed. (Campinas, SP, Brasil: Editora da UNICAMP, 2012), pp. 359-368.

Paulo Leminski, "Limites ao léu." La vie en close (São Paulo: Editora Brasiliense, 1991), p. 10. Rpt. in Manoel Ricardo de Lima, Entre percurso e vanguarda: alguma poesia de P. Leminski (São Paulo: Annablume, 2002), p. 65, free online; Leminski, Leminskiana: antologi´a variada (Buenos Aires: Corregidor, 2005), p. 305, free online; Leminski, Toda poesia (São Paulo: Companhia das Letras, 2013), p. 246; and Lívia Mendes Pereira, Paulo Leminski tradutor: a recriação do Satyricon de Petrônio em Língua Portuguesa do Brasil (Belo Horizonte: Editora Dialética, 2022), free online. Free online and here and here and here. Translated into English by Chris Daniels as "Limits Adrift" in Leminski, Meta(/other)poems, transl. by Chris Daniels; ed. with Chris Chen (Berkeley: Grand Quiskadee, 2003), free online. Translated into French by Jacqueline Penjon as "Limites au hasard," Europe 76.827 (Mar. 1998): 203, free online and here. Translated into Spanish by Jerónimo Pizarro as "Limites al descubierto" in Leminski, Distraídos venceremos y otros poetas, traducción y selección, Jerónimo Pizarro; revisión, Alexandra Maia (Bogotá: Ediciones Vestigio, 2022), pp. 6-7 (Portuguese and Spanish on facing pages), free online.

Jennifer Lemming, "The Rumor." Flying Island: the Online Literary Journal of the Indiana Writers Center, April 16, 2015. Free online.

M. J. Lemon, "Ezra Pound Murdered Plato." Poem Hunter, August 6, 2018. Free online and here and here.

Gary Lenhart, "On the Wharf." Green Mountains Review, July 24, 2013. Free online.

Rosa Lentini, "Lo mínimo." A poema abierto: Escribir en tiempos de pandemia. Edición de Amalia Iglesias Serna (Salamanca: Universidad de Salamanca, 2020), pp. 138-141. Free online and here.

Michael Lentz, "neulich »hier graben« (ezra pound)." Das Gedicht: Zeitschrift für Lyrik, Essay und Kritik 7 (Herbst 1999 bis Sommer 2000) [published by September 1999]: 57-58. Free online with a reading by the author. Translated into English by Brian Currid as "Recent 'dig here' (ezra pound)" here and here. Rpt. in Lentz, Aller Ding: Gedichte (Frankfurt am Main: S. Fischer, 2003), pp. 10-12, and, with an English translation by Brian Currid, in The PIP Anthology of World Poetry of the 20th Century. Volume 7, At Villa Aurora: Nine Contemporary Poets Writing in German, ed., with a note, by Douglas Messerli (København and Los Angeles, Calif.: Green Integer, 2006), pp. 60-64 (German and English on facing pages).

Sol J. Leon, "A Threnody for Abraham Lincoln Gillespie (1895-1950)." Text-Sound Texts, ed. Richard Kostelanetz (New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1980), pp. 181-189. The poem quotes extracts from remarks by Samuel S. Heller (2nd Voice) (in which Pound is mentioned), Joe Zinni (3rd Voice), and Paul J. O'Brien (4th Voice), as recorded in Leon's essay "Abraham Lincoln Gillespie: 1895-1950," The Syntactic Revolution, ed. Richard Milazzo (New York: Out of London Press, 1980), pp. 187-205.

Denise Levertov, "Summer 1961." Poetry 100.3 (June 1962): 175-176 ["This poem, written a few weeks before her death, is dedicated to the memory of H. D."]. Free online. Rpt. as "September 1961" in Levertov, O Taste and See (New York: New Directions, 1964), pp. 9-11, free online (first page, last two pages); The American Experience: Poetry, [eds.] Marjorie Wescott Barrows, H. Lincoln Foster, Frank E. Ross, Eva Marie Van Houten, Clarence W. Wachner (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1968), pp. 360-362, free online (first two pages, last page); American Literature: Tradition and Innovation. III. Modern and Contemporary Writing, eds. Harrison T. Meserole, Walter Sutton, Brom Weber (Lexington, Massachusetts: D. C. Heath and Company, 1969), pp. 3667-3668, free online (first page, second page); American Literature: Tradition and Innovation. 4. Henry Adams to the Present, eds. Harrison T. Meserole, Walter Sutton, Brom Weber (Lexington, Massachusetts, Toronto, London: D. C. Heath and Company, 1974), pp. 3667-3668, free online (first page, second page); Anthology of American Literature: 2. Realism to the Present, general ed. George McMichael (New York: Macmillan, 1980); Levertov, Poems 1960-1967 (New York: New Directions, 1983), pp. 81-83, free online (first page, last two pages); The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Third Edition, Vol. 2, eds. Nina Baym [and others] (New York and London: Norton, 1989), pp. 2553-2554; Levertov, Selected Poems, with a preface by Robert Creeley; ed. and with an afterword by Paul A. Lacey (New York: New Directions, 2002), pp. 34-35, free online (also published as New Selected Poems (Highgreen, Tarset, Northumberland: Bloodaxe Books, 2003), pp. 34-35, free online); The Norton Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Poetry, Third Ed., Vol. 2. Contemporary Poetry, eds. Jahan Ramazani, Richard Ellmann, and Robert O'Clair (New York and London: W.W. Norton & Company, 2003), pp. 250-251, free online; Levertov, The Collected Poems of Denise Levertov, ed. and annotated by Paul A. Lacey and Anne Dewey, with an introd. by Eavan Boland (New York: New Directions, 2013), pp. 186-188, free online (first two pages, last page); and Mourning Songs: Poems of Sorrow and Beauty, ed. Grace Schulman (New York: New Directions, 2019). Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and with a reading. Translated into Russian by Victor Postnikov as "Сентябрь 1961" here. Translated into Spanish as "Septiembre de 1961." Free online. Three 3 Ams of "September 1961" are housed in the Denise Levertov Papers, ca. 1945-1997, M0601, Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Green Library, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Finding aid.

Philip Levine, "Westward Ho!" Ploughshares 16.4 [no. 53] (Winter 1990-1991): 178-179. Free online.

Heller Levinson, "The Infra-Intra-Ultrappolational Migration." Wheelhouse Magazine 9 (2010). Free online. Rpt. as "The Infra-Intra-Ultrapolational Migration" in Levinson, Wrack Lariat (Boston: Black Widow Press, 2015) and Caliban Online 38 (2019): 21-23, free online.

d.a. levy (Darryl Alfred Levy), "the great surrealist dream happening of the asphodel & other ecstasies that were still/born in cleveland (for Ptah Lowell)." Matrix 2 (November 1967). Rpt. as "the great surreal-IST dream happening of the asphodel & other ecstasies that were still born in cleveland (for Ptah Lowell)," A Tribute to Jim Lowell (Cleveland: Ghost Press, 1967), n.p.

d.a. levy (Darryl Alfred Levy), Suburban Monastery Death Poem (East Cleveland: Zero Edition, 1968). Free online. Rpt. in levy, Zen Concrete & Etc, ed. Ingrid Swanberg (Madison, Wis.: Ghost Pony Press, 1991). Free online and here and here and here and here. Translated into Spanish as "Poema de la muerte del monasterio suburbano" here.

R.D. Levy, untitled poems ["Those poems were moist kisses"; "Some poetry fell from the sky"]. Plasma (Xlibris Corporation, 2000). Free online and here.

Steve Lewandowski, "Ezra Pound." Bachy 12 (Autumn 1978): 134.

Sibyl Adlen Lewinstein, "To Ezra Pound." Jewish Frontier 43.6 (June/July 1976): 30. Free online.

Owen Lewis, "Call Me Whitman." Field Light: Summer End–The Dormouse, Glendale, Massachusetts, 1991-2018: Poems and Prose (Loveland, Ohio: Dos Madres Press Inc., 2020), pp. 82-83.

Wyndham Lewis, "Engine Fight-Talk." One-Way Song (London: Faber & Faber Limited, 1933), pp. 11-18. Rpt. in Lewis, Wyndham Lewis: Collected Poems and Plays, ed. Alan Munton, with an introd. by C.H. Sisson (Manchester: Carcanet New Press, 1979), pp. 21-26. Free online and here.

Wyndham Lewis, "You now solicit a few enemy thrusts" ["If So the Man You Are," XXX]. One-Way Song (London: Faber and Faber, 1933), pp. 73-74. Rpt. in Lewis, Wyndham Lewis: Collected Poems and Plays, edi. Alan Munton, with an introd. by C.H. Sisson (Manchester: Carcanet New Press, 1979), pp. 58-59, and The Oxford Book of Satirical Verse, chosen by Geoffrey Grigson (Oxford, New York, Toronto, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1980), pp. 382-383. Free online.

Jane Lewty, "Ate/Atë." Blackbox Manifold 5 (July 2010). Free online.

Simon Leyland, "Efficient dreaming." The Honest Ulsterman, June 2017. Free online.

James Liddy, [homage to Ezra Pound]. Blue House: Poems in the Chinese Manner, by Jim Chapson, James Liddy, Thomas Hill (Honolulu; Los Altos: The Nine Beasts Press, 1968), p. 21 or 45.

James Liddy, "Procedures for Bob Watt's 80th." On the Raft with Fr. Roseliep (Galway, Ireland: Arlen House, 2006), pp. 38-41. Free online (first two pages, last two pages).

John Liddy, "Pound Devalued in Whitehouse." 1975. In Castle Poets 1977 (Limerick: The Limerick Poetry Circle, 1977). Free online. "There is a photograph of John hanging on the hallowed walls of The White House pub together with his poem, 'Pound Devalued in White House.' The title was given to John by the late Séamus Ó Cinnéide, who wrote for the Limerick Leader. It tells an interesting story. In the summer of 1975 Robert Graves (English poet, historical novelist, critic, scholar and classicist who produced more than 140 works in his lifetime) visited Ireland as guest of honour at a poetry seminar held in University College Cork (UCC). Graves, who had Irish ancestry, was expected to visit Limerick. His father, Alfred Perceval Graves (an Irish poet best known for 'Father O' Flynn') was an important figure in the Irish literary revival. His grandfather, Charles Graves had been the Anglican Bishop of Limerick. The anticipated visit would surely bring him into The White House, renowned as a haven for local literati. There was a picture of poet Ezra Pound hanging in the pub and the proprietor, Eammon Gleeson, removed it, so that Graves (who disliked Pound) would not be offended – hence the title of the Liddy poem!" (Kieran Beville, "Spotlight: Few ditties from Mr Liddy," Limerick Leader, 22 July 2021, free online). (For another poem based on the same incident, see John Jordan, "A Paella for Drivellers." The same anecdote is told in Séamas Ó Cinnéide, Last Word by the Listener: Séamus Ó Cinnéide's Journalism and Local History, selected and ed. by Eoin Devereux, preface by Desmond Fitzgerald ([Limerick, Ireland] University of Limerick Press, 1999).)

Lyn Lifshin, "The Librarian Who Couldn't." Poetry Now (Eureka, California) 6.2 [no. 32] (1981): 11. Free online. A typed manuscript of the poem is housed in the E.V. Griffith Papers, circa 1945-1999, M1136, Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Green Library, Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Finding aid.

Ira Lightman, "Disabuse." Diss. University of East Anglia, 1996. Free online.

Enrique Lihn, "Escrito en Cuba." Escrito en Cuba ([México, D.F.]: Era, 1969), pp. 9-50. Rpt. in Lihn, Algunos poemas (Barcelona: Editorial Llibres de Sinera, 1972) and Lihn, Porque escribí: antología poética (Santiago de Chile: Fondo de Cultura Económica Chile, 1995), pp. 103-144.

Mikhl Likht, "E.P." Ṿazon (Nyu-Yorḳ: Idish lebn, 1928). The first stanza was published as an English poem called "To the Author of Lustra" under the pseudonym Max Licht Sonin in The Pagan in 1918. "E.P." was translated into English by Pierre Joris in "Mikhl Likht addresses Ezra Pound…," Nomadics, April 1, 2016. Free online.

Laurence Wilhelm Lillvik, "Pounds." Tongues Tied to Anchors (Lulu.com, 2010), p. 39. Free online.

Carlos R. Lima, "Inventário." Alguma Poesia (Rio de Janeiro) 1 (June 1978): 27. Free online.

Frank Lima, "Incidents of Travel in Poetry." Poetry 207.2 (November 2015): 185-187. Free online and here and here and here. Rpt. in Lima, Incidents of Travel in Poetry: New & Selected Poems, eds. Garrett Caples and Julien Poirier (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2016).

Richard Lime, "304 • In for a penny." My Dog Errol, 30 October 2020. Free online.

Rebecca Lindenberg, "Insects." The Logan Notebooks (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2014), p. 70. Free online.

Rebecca Lindenberg, "Love, A Footnote." No Tell Motel (2010). Free online. Rpt. in Lindenberg, Love, an Index (San Francisco, Calif.: McSweeney's, 2012), free onlineFree online and here.

R. Zamora Linmark, "Paris Sketches: Landscape with Pound, Pasolini, & Motrin." Pop Verité (Brooklyn, New York: Hanging Loose Press, 2017).

Peter Hearns Liotta, "The Cracking of Water on Dry Stones." Icarus: A Magazine of Cadet Creativity (USAF Academy, Colorado) 12 (1977): 3-12. Free online. Rpt. in Icarus 14 (1979): 171-180. Free online.

Kurt Lipschutz. See klipschutz

Lawrence Lipton, "I Was a Poet for the F.B.I." Liberation 2 (Nov. 1957): 16. Rpt. in Coastlines 9 (Winter 1957-1958): 6-7; Frontier 9.11 (Sept. 1958): 22, free online and here; Stolen Paper Review (1963): 74-76; Lipton, Bruno in Venice West, and Other Poems (Van Nuys, Calif.: Venice West Publishers, 1976), pp. 54-56; and Poets of the Non-existent City: Los Angeles in the McCarthy Era, ed. Estelle Gershgoren Novak (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2002), pp. 251-252, free online (first page, second page).

Ketty Alejandrina Lis, "El corazón es un estado de intemperie." Poesía argentina de fin de siglo / 2, [selección: Lidia Vinciguerra] (Buenos Aires: Ed. Vinciguerra, 1996), p. 218. Rpt. in Gaceta literaria 2.1 [no. 13] (enero de 2008): 34. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and hereFree online with a reading.

S. J. Litherland, "What his Rage Says." The Work of the Wind (Hexham: Flambard Press, 2006), pp. 42-43.

Billy Little, "the canned toes of ezra pound." 1999. Free online and here.

Timothy Liu, "For a New Century." The Kenyon Review NS 22.2 (Spring 2000): 124-126. Free online. Rpt. in Liu, Hard Evidence (Jersey City, New Jersey: Talisman House, 2001), pp. 22-24.

Eduardo Lizalde, "A la manera de cierto Pound." La zorra enferma: malignidades, epigramas, incluso poemas (Mortiz, 1975), p. 11. Rpt. in Lizalde, Memoria del tigre (México, D.F.: Editorial Katún, 1983), p. 99; Lizalde, Antología impersonal (México, D.F.: SEP Cultura, 1986), p. 77; Veinte años de poesía en México: el Premio de Poesía Aguascalientes, 1968-1988, selección de Alejandro Sandoval (México: J. Mortiz, 1988); Lizalde, Eduardo Lizalde de bolsillo (Guadalajara, Jalisco: EDUG/Xalli, 1992), p. 14; Premio de Poesía Aguascalientes: 30 Años 1968-1977 (México: Joaquín Mortiz, 1997), p. 485; Lizalde, Las huellas del tigre (México: Ediciones del Ermitaño, 2000), p. 121; Dos siglos de poesía mexicana: del XIX al fin del milenio: una antología, Juan Domingo Argüelles (México, D.F.: Océano, 2001), p. 405; Lizalde, Nueva memoria del tigre: poesía, 1949-2000 (México, D.F.: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2005), p. 169; and Antología: premio de poesía Aguascalientes, 1968-2007, 40 años (Aguascalientes, Ags.: Instituto Cultural de Aguascalientes, 2007). Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here. Recorded by the poet on Lizalde, Poeta-Carne (México: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2a. edición, 1990; Voz Viva de México vv-43 [LP]), audio and here. Recorded by the poet on Lizalde, Lectura de tres décadas (México: Universidad Nacional Auto´noma de México, 2001; Voz Viva de México VV-87 [LP]), audio and here. Translated into English as "In the Manner of a Certain Pound," Voices of Mexico 86 (2009): 95, free online. Translated into French by Denys Bélanger in Lizalde, La chasse au tigre / La caza del tigre (Trois-Rivières, Québec: Écrits des Forges, 1998).

David Lloyd, "What Remains." Redactions: Poetry, Poetics, and Prose 18 (July 2, 2014): 70-71. A Vorticist sestina, printed in the BLAST tribute section, pp. 48-75. Free online.

Thomas Locicero, "Bohemian Banker." Adelaide: Independent Bimonthly Literary Magazine / Revista Literária Independente Bimensal 3.10 (November 2017). Free online and here.

Gerald Locklin, "An Achilles Larynx.” Wormwood Review 36.3 [no. 143] (1996): 142. Free online and here and here. Wormwood Review 36.3 was also published as Locklin, The Last Round-Up (Stockton, Calif.: Wormwood Books and Magazines, 1996). Manuscript submissions for the Wormwood Review are housed in the Wormwood Review Collection, PCMS-0043, bulk 1959-1999, The Poetry Collection of the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Gerald Locklin, "Birth-Death in Central Idaho"; "The Immortals." The Last of Toad (Los Angeles [Calif.]: VPC, 1980), pp. 34, 35.

Gerald Locklin, "dogshit, and other sorrows (for rod mckuen)." Wormwood Review 9.1 [no. 33] (1969): 34-35. Free online and here and here and here. Manuscript submissions for the Wormwood Review are housed in the Wormwood Review Collection, PCMS-0043, bulk 1959-1999, The Poetry Collection of the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Gerald Locklin, "Ezra." Cape 1.2 (Fall 1964): 50.

Gerald Locklin, "The False Rhapsody of Art." The Iceberg Theory and Other Poems (San Pedro, CA: Lummox Press, 2000). Rpt. in Norman Friedman, "Locklin, The Beats, and Bukowski," Spring: The Journal of the E.E. Cummings Society NS 10 (October 2001): 128-137 (at 135), rpt. in Gerald Locklin: A Critical Introduction, ed. Michael Basinski (Buffalo, New York: BlazeVOX [books], 2010), pp. 99-114. Free online and here.

Gerald Locklin, The Life Force Poems (Sudbury, MA: Water Row Press, 2002), p. 29.

Gerald Locklin, Maybe They Confused Me with Ezra Pound (Stow, OH: Implosion Press, 1989). Rpt. in Locklin, Go West, Young Toad: Selected Writings, ed. Mark Weber (Sudbury, Mass.: Water Row Press, 1998).

Gerald Locklin, "my uncle jack." Wormwood Review 11.3 [no. 43] (1971): 115-117. Free online and here and here (first page, last two pages). Manuscript submissions for the Wormwood Review are housed in the Wormwood Review Collection, PCMS-0043, bulk 1959-1999, The Poetry Collection of the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

Gerald Locklin, "A Petal." The Life Force Poems (Sudbury, MA: Water Row Press, 2002), pp. 28-29.

Gerald Locklin, "You Can Even Move It to a Sitz-Bath." Wormwood Review 20.1 [no. 77] (1980): 36-37. Free online and here and hereManuscript submissions for the Wormwood Review are housed in the Wormwood Review Collection, PCMS-0043, bulk 1959-1999, The Poetry Collection of the University Libraries, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, Buffalo, New York. Finding aid.

John Loftus, "Instructions To A Parodist." The Evening Leader, Corning, N.Y. (May 26, 1922): 4. Free online.

Christopher Logue, "To Ezra Pound with Reverence." A copy is housed in the Christopher Logue papers, 1939-1993 (bulk 1950-1993), Collection Number: 2378, Special Collections Library. Pennsylvania State University.

David Lohrey, "Drowning." ExPat Press, August 12, 2020. Free online.

David Lohrey, "Even the Gestapo Needs Rest." otoliths: a magazine of many e-things 60 (February 1, 2021). Free online.

David Lohrey, "Zulus from Canada." Jerry Jazz Musician, November 11, 2019. Free online.

Alan Loney, "Testament: ninth muse." Jacket 40 (late 2010). Free online.

Alexander Long, "On Distance." Valparaiso Poetry Review 19.1 (Fall/Winter 2017-2018). Free online.

James Longenbach, "Stone Field." The Threepenny Review 114 (Summer 2008): 24. Rpt. in Longenbach, The Iron Key (New York and London: W. W. Norton & Co., 2010), pp. 23-24. Free online and here (first page, second page).

James Longenbach, "Ten Vices." Boston Review, April 1, 2009. Free online.

Manuel Paul López, [poem], Death of a Mexican & Other Poems ([Cohasset, Calif.]: Bear Star Press, 2006).

Tony Lopez, "Sequel Lines." Ezra Pound and Referentiality: The 19th International Ezra Pound Conference, Université de Paris-IV Sorbonne, 2001. Ed. Hélène Aji. Paris: Présses de l'Université de Paris-Sorbonne, 2003, pp. 301-307. Rpt. in Lopez, Equal Signs (Cambridge: Equipage, 2004); Lopez, Meaning Performance: Essays on Poetry (Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2006); and Lopez, Covers (Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2007).

Tony Lopez, "Studies in Classic American Literature." Negative Equity and Other Poems (Cambridge: Equipage, 1995), pp. 28-37. Rpt. in Lopez, False Memory (Cambridge [England]: Salt, 2003), pp. 12-16, and Vanishing Points: New Modernist Poems, eds. Rod Mengham and John Kinsella (Cambridge, U.K.: Salt Pub., 2004). A reading by the author.

Esalí [Estela Alicia López Lomas], El último monolito de la noche (Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 2004). With a prologue by Roberto Cantú, "Poética del delirio: o, Ezra Pound y El último monolito de la noche," pp. 5-15.

Tedi López Mills, "Un final de Pound." Horas (México, D.F.: Trilce Ediciones, 2000), pp. 25-26. Rpt. in Reversible Monuments: An Anthology of Contemporary Mexican Poetry, eds. Monica De La Torre and Michael Wiegers (Port Townsend, Washington: Copper Canyon Press, 2002), pp. 372, 374, free online (first page, second page), translated into English by C.M. Mayo as "An Ending by Pound," pp. 373, 375, free online (first page, second page), and in Pulir huesos: veintitrés poetas latinoamericanos (1950-1965), selección y prólogo de Eduardo Milán (Barcelona: Galaxia Gutenberg: Círculo de Lectores, 2007).

Nicolás López-Pérez, Metaliteratura & Co. (Argentina: Editorial Metaliteratura, 2021).

Angela Lorenz, "Stacks of the Hay Library." Hue Sample: A Random Selection of Deceased Caucasian Males, Roughly Formatted in Clerihews ([Bologna, Italy] Angela Lorenz, 2013). Free online.

Paola Loreto, "La buona favella." La memoria del corpo, Edición bilingüe. Traducción de Emilio Coco (Milano: Crocetti Editore, 2007). Free online and here. Translated into Spanish by Emilio Coco as "El buen hablar" here and here.

Dick Lourie, "Lyric Sonnet." Ghost Radio (Brooklyn, N.Y.: Hanging Loose Press, 1998), p. 19. Free online.

Edward Lowbury, "Remembering NINE (A Ghazel for Peter Russell)." 1981. The Servant of the Muse: A Garland for Peter Russell on His Sixtieth Birthday, ed. James Hogg (Salzburg: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1981), p. 9. Rpt. in Lowbury, Collected Poems, 1934-1992 (Salzburg: Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik, Universität Salzburg, 1993), p. 276.

Justin Lowe, "Ezra Pound." Retort Magazine 2.1 (October-November 2002). Free online.

Justin Lowe, "Wednesday." Try Laughter (Newtown, NSW.: Deadpan Press, 2000), p. 5. Free online. Rpt. in Lowe, Days of Wine and Bruises: Selected Poems, 1996-2016 (Katoomba, NSW: Bluepepper, 2016), p. 28. Free online.

Amy Lowell, "Astigmatism." Sword Blades and Poppy Seed (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1914), pp. 45-49. Rpt. in The Muse Strikes Back: A Poetic Response by Women to Men, eds. Katherine McAlpine and Gail White (Brownsville, OR: Story Line Press, 1997), pp. 206-207, free online Free online and here and here and here. Translated into German by Annette Kühn as "Astigmatismus" here.

Amy Lowell, A Critical Fable (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1922). Free online and here.

Robert Lowell, "Cicero, the Sacrificial Killing." History (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1973), p. 140. Free online. Rpt. in Lowell, Selected Poems (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1976), p. 156, free online, and Lowell, Selected Poems: Expanded Edition: Including Selections from Day by Day, Foreword by Frank Bidart (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006), p. 202, free online and here. Translated into Russian by Vladimir Korman as "Цицерон, сакральное убийство." Free online and here. A file on History is housed in the Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. Records, 1899-2003, MssCol 979, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, New York. Finding aid.

Robert Lowell, "Ezra Pound." Notebook 1967-68 (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1969), p. 71. Printed under the heading: "Writers. 2. Ezra Pound." Free online. Rpt. in Lowell, Notebook (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1970; London: Faber and Faber, 1970), pp. 119-120, free online (first page, second page); The Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry, eds. Richard Ellmann and Robert O'Clair (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1973), pp. 943-944, free online (first page, second page); Introduction to Poetry, [ed.] William C. Cavanaugh (Dubuque, Iowa: W. C. Brown Company, 1974), p. 380; Modern Poems: An Introduction to Poetry, eds. Richard Ellmann and Robert O'Clair (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1976), p. 349, free online and here; Modern Poems: A Norton Introduction, eds. Richard Ellmann and Robert O'Clair (New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc., 1989), p. 537, free online; The Faber Book of Writers on Writers, ed. Sean French (London and New York: Faber and Faber, 1999), p. 139, free online; The Penguin Book of the Sonnet: 500 Years of a Classic Tradition in English, ed. Phillis Levin (New York: Penguin Books, 2001), p. 231, free online; Lowell, Collected Poems, eds. Frank Bidart and David Gewanter (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003), p. 977; and The United States in Poetry: A Brief Anthology, compiladores, Bertha Osorio de Parra, Enrique Hoyos Olier, Luis Fernando Gómez Rodríguez ([Bogotá]: Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, 2007), p. 174. Free online. Rpt., as revised, in Lowell, History (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1973; London: Faber and Faber, 1973), p. 140, free online; Lowell, Robert Lowell's Poems: A Selection, ed. with an introd. and notes by Jonathan Raban (London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1974), pp. 133-134, free online (first page, second page); The New Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and ed. Richard Ellmann (New York: Oxford University Press, 1976), pp. 819-820, free online (first page, second page); The Penguin Book of American Verse, ed. with an introd. by Geoffrey Moore (Harmondsworth and New York: Penguin Books, 1977), p. 465, free online; The Norton Anthology of American Literature, Vol. 2, eds. Ronald Gottesman et al. (New York and London: W. W. Norton & Company, 1979), p. 2342, free online; The Oxford Book of American Literary Anecdotes, ed. Donald Hall (New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981), pp. 209-210 free online (first page, second page); The Penguin Book of American Verse, selected and introd. by Geoffrey Moore, Revised Edition (London: Penguin Books, 1983), p. 415, free online; Lowell, Selected Poems: Expanded Edition: Including Selections from Day by Day, Foreword by Frank Bidart (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006), p. 221, free online and here; and Lowell, New Selected Poems, ed. Katie Peterson (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2017), p. 156, free online. Free online. The original version was translated into Hebrew by Arieh Stav as "פאונד" in שבעהשערישירה : משוטפיוטיעלפניתרבותהמערב [Seven Portals of Poetry: A Lyrical Excursion Through Western Culture], Volume V: A Selection of Twentieth Century Anglo-American Poetry, transl. and ed. Arieh Stav (Tel-Aviv: Tammuz Publishers Ltd, 2005), pp. 342-343 (Hebrew and English on facing pages). Free online. The original version was translated into Spanish by Mariano Rolando Andrade as "Ezra Pound," Buenos Aires Poetry, junio 5, 2017, free online. The revised version was translated into Spanish by Armando Roa in Roa, Covers: 36 poetas en lengua inglesa (Santiago, Chile: UQBAR, 2010), p. 182 (with the English text following the Spanish). Free online. The first complete manuscript version of the poem was printed in Christopher Beach, "'Who Else Has Lived Through Purgatory?': Ezra Pound and Robert Lowell," Papers on Language and Literature, Edwardsville, Ill., 27.1 (Winter [1990/]1991), p. 80. A TS. with A.MS. revisions is housed in the Robert Lowell Papers, 1861-1977 (bulk 1935-1970), MS Am 1905, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid. During a memorial service for Pound on January 4, 1973, Lowell stated in his speech, "When I last saw Ezra Pound in Rapallo [March 1965], emaciated, neat in blacks and whites, silver beard, he looked like the cover of one of his books, or like an El Greco, some old mural, aristocratic and flaking.' He held up his blotched, thinned-away hands, and said, as if he were joking at them, 'The worms are getting to me.' Later, I must have said something about Hamilton or Pennsylvania College, where he had studied. He said, 'Yes, I started with a swelled head and end with swelled feet.' He was thinking of Oedipus. I said, 'You are one of the few living men who has walked through Purgatory.' Watching me like a cat, and catching my affectation and affection, he answered, 'Didn't Frost say you'd say anything once for the hell of it?'" (Robert Lowell, "On Ezra Pound II," Memoirs, ed. and with a Preface by Steven Gould Axelrod and Grzegorz Kosc (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2022), pp. 266-270 (at 269-270)). Files on Notebook and History are housed in the Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. Records, 1899-2003, MssCol 979, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, New York. Finding aid.

Robert Lowell, "Our Afterlife I." Ploughshares 2.4 [no. 8] (Fall 1975): 48-49. Rpt. in Shenandoah 28.2 (Winter 1977): 5-6, free online (first page, second page); Lowell, Day by Day (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1977), pp. 21-22, free online (first page, second page); Shenandoah 35.2-3 (1984): 387-388, free online (first page, second page); Shenandoah: An Anthology, ed. James Boatwright (Wainscott, NY: Pushcart Press, 1985), pp. 387-389, free online (first page, last two pages) and here; Lowell, Collected Poems of Robert Lowell, eds. Frank Bidart and David Gewanter (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2003); and Lowell, Selected Poems: Expanded Edition: Including Selections from Day by Day (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006), pp. 302-203, free online. A file on Day By Day is housed in the Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. Records, 1899-2003, MssCol 979, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, New York. Finding aid.

Robert Lowell, "T. S. Eliot." Notebook 1967-68 (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1969), p. 71. Free online. Rpt. in Lowell, Notebook, third ed., revised and expanded (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1970), p. 119, free online; Lowell, History (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1973), p. 140, free onlineThe Norton Anthology of Modern Poetry, eds. Richard Ellmann and Robert O’Clair (New York: W. W. Norton & Company Inc., 1973), p. 943, free online; Lowell, Robert Lowell's Poems: A Selection, ed. with an introd. and notes by Jonathan Raban (London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1974), p. 133, free onlineThe New Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and ed. by Richard Ellmann (New York: Oxford University Press, 1976), p. 819, free onlineThe Penguin Book of American Verse, selected and introduced by Geoffrey Moore, revised edition (London: Penguin Books, 1989), p. 415, free onlineThe Faber Book of Writers on Writers, ed. Sean French (London and New York: Faber and Faber, 1999), p. 151, free online; and Lowell, Selected Poems, expanded ed. (New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2006), p. 221, free onlineFree online and here and here and here. A TS. with A.MS. revisions is housed in the Robert Lowell Papers, 1861-1977 (bulk 1935-1970), MS Am 1905, Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. Finding aid. Files on Notebook and History are housed in the Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. Records, 1899-2003, MssCol 979, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, New York. Finding aid.

Malcolm Lowry, "Another Immorality" (1942); fragment ["The thing to know is how to write a verse . . ."] (1939). The Collected Poetry of Malcolm Lowry, ed. and introduced by Kathleen Scherf; with explanatory annotation by Chris Ackerley (Vancouver, BC: UBC Press, 1992), pp. 158 (free online and here), 368 (free online and here).

Manuel Lozano, "De un mendigo en Washington Square." Explicación de textos literarios (ETL) (Sacramento, Calif.: Dept. of Foreign Languages, California State University) 29.1 (Número especial, 2000-2001): 111-113. From Lozano, Navegar por el enigma (2000). 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.

Manuel Lozano, "Ezra con su códice de humo por las grietas del dios." In Lozano, La noche desnuda de rostro ciego. Free online and here and here and here and here.

Gerd Hergen Lübben, Versionen II |» Lübbener Vortex • Wurten • Ins Freie «» Etwas zu schreiben • Celan • Old Ez «, » Rwe Olé • Delische Körper • Matwich « und andere Texte (Bonn: Gerd Hergen Lübben c/o ebook verlag dreikorb, 2014).

Mariusz Lubomski, "Underground." 1987. A song by Tom Waits, with Polish lyrics by Sławomir Wolski. Free online and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Antonio Lucas, "Ezra Pound." Los mundos contrarios (Madrid: Visor Libros, 2009). Rpt. in Lucas, Fuera de sitio (Poesía 1995-2015), Prólogo de Felipe Benítez Reyes (Madrid: Visor Libros, 2016), pp. 238-240.

John Lucas, "In Fourteen Lines I Hail Your Eighty Years (30 October 1965)." Carleton Miscellany 6.4 (Fall 1965): 2. Free online.

Susan Ludvigson, "Lasting." Ploughshares 19.1 [no. 60] (Spring 1993): 148. Free online. Rpt. in Ludvigson, Everything Winged Must be Dreaming: Poems (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1993), p. 51, free online; Poet's Market, 1997: Where & How to Publish Your Poetry, ed. Christine Martin, assisted by Chantelle Bentley (Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer's Digest Books, 1996), p. 225, free online; The Yellow Shoe Poets: Selected Poems, 1964-1999, ed. George Garrett, with a foreword by Fred Chappell (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1999), pp. 101-102, free online; and Ludvigson, Sweet Confluence: New and Selected Poems (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2000), p. 97, free online. Free online.

Román Luján, "Nudo provenzal." La cabeza del moro: revista trimestral del Instituto Zacatecano de Cultura "Ramón López Velarde" 2.11 (April/June 2008): 21. Rpt. in Fórnix: revista de creación y crítica (2008); Luján, Drâstel (México, D.F.: Bonobos Editores, 2010; Isla de San Borondón, España: Ediciones Liliputienses, 2015, pp. 26-27), free online and here and here; and Luján, Nigredo: antología personal (Saltillo: Gobierno del Estado de Coahuila de Zaragoza, Secretari´a de Cultura de Coahuila, 2013), pp. 43-44. Free online and here and here.

Mario Lunetta, "But for all that." 12 genn. 2010. Translated into English by Piero Sanavio as "But For All That" in I poeti della Sala Capizucchi/ The Poets of the Sala Capizucchi, eds. Caterina Ricciardi, John Gery and Massimo Bacigalupo (New Orleans: University of New Orleans Press; Rimini: Raffaelli, 2011), pp. 38-39 (Italian and English on facing pages). Rpt. in Lunetta, L'allenamento è finito: Poesie 2006-2016 (Torino: Robin, 2016). Free online.

Hannah Ross Lurie, "Dishcloth Laureate." The Edge of an Era, and Other Poems, foreword by Jean Ferson (Bala Cynwyd, Pa.: Morgan Printing Company, 1974), p. 24.

Alexis Lykiard, "ABC of Writing." Judging by Disappearances: Poems, 1996-2006 (Portishead, Bristol [England]: Bluechrome Pub., 2007), p. 25.

K. Curtis Lyle, "Uranus in Pisces Yes I Am the Merman." Black Renaissance/Renaissance Noire 12.1 (Fall 2012). Free online.

George Ella Hoskins Lyon, "Centred." Class of 1958 - 50th Reunion, Centre College (Danville, KY), 2008. Free online and here and here.

John Lyons, "Notes from an abandoned poem." johnjosephlyons, Feb. 20, 2016. Free online.

John Lyons, "To Ithaca and beyond." johnjosephlyons, Feb. 18, 2016. Free online.

Richard Lyons, "Castor and Pollux. I. T. S. Eliot. II. Ezra Pound." CEA Critic 31.6 (March 1969): 18. Typed drafts of Lyons's poems are housed in the Richard E. Lyons Papers, 1940-1976, Mss 10, Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo. Finding aid. A copy of "Ezra Pound" is held in the Richard E. Lyons Papers, 1936-1997, Mss 259, Tapes 346-360, Reel to Reel 121, Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo. Finding aid. Copies of Lyons's collected poems are held in the Richard E. Lyons Papers, 1938-1982, Mss 151, Institute for Regional Studies, North Dakota State University, Fargo. Finding aid.

Michael Hugh Lythgoe, "Cowboy." Between the Thorns: Windcarver Songs of Appalachia, [ed.] M. Ray Allen, introd. by Jim Wayne Miller (Fairfax Station, Va.: Road Publishers, 1991), pp. 72-73. Rpt. in The Poet's Domain: Collections of Poems by Writers in Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and the District of Columbia. Volume Fourteen: A Little Nonsense. Compiled and ed. by Joseph D. Adams (Painter, VA: Road Publishers, 1997), pp. 72-73, free online.

 

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