Michael Palmer (poet) - Bibliography - Poetry

Poetry

  • Plan of the City of O, Barn Dreams Press (Boston, Massachusetts), 1971.
  • Blake's Newton, Black Sparrow Press (Santa Barbara, California), 1972.
  • C's Songs, Sand Dollar Books (Berkeley, California), 1973.
  • Six Poems, Black Sparrow Press (Santa Barbara, California), 1973.
  • The Circular Gates, Black Sparrow Press (Santa Barbara, California), 1974.
  • (Translator, with Geoffrey Young) Vicente Huidobro, Relativity of Spring: 13 Poems, Sand Dollar Books (Berkeley, California), 1976.
  • Without Music, Black Sparrow Press (Santa Barbara, California), 1977.
  • Alogon, Tuumba Press (Berkeley, California), 1980.
  • Notes for Echo Lake, North Point Press (Berkeley, California), 1981.
  • (Translator) Alain Tanner and John Berger, Jonah Who Will Be 25 in the Year 2000, North Atlantic Books (Berkeley, California), 1983.
  • First Figure, North Point Press (Berkeley, California), 1984.
  • Sun, North Point Press (Berkeley, California), 1988.
  • At Passages, New Directions (New York, New York), 1995.
  • The Lion Bridge: Selected Poems, 1972-1995, New Directions (New York, New York), 1998.
  • The Promises of Glass, New Directions (New York, New York), 2000.
  • Codes Appearing: Poems, 1979-1988, New Directions (New York, New York), 2001. Notes for Echo Lake, First Figure, and Sun together in one volume. ISBN 978-0-8112-1470-4
  • (With Régis Bonvicino) Cadenciando-um-ning, um samba, para o outro: poemas, traduções, diálogos, Atelieì Editorial (Cotia, Brazil), 2001.
  • Company of Moths, New Directions (New York, New York), 2005. ISBN 978-0-8112-1623-4
  • Aygi Cycle, Druksel (Ghent, Belgium), 2009 (chapbook with 10 new poems, inspired by the Russian poet Gennadiy Aygi.
  • (With Jan Lauwereyns) Truths of Stone, Druksel (Ghent, Belgium), 2010.
  • Thread, New Directions (New York, New York), 2011. ISBN 978-0-8112-1921-1

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