Bibliography

Awards

  • 2015, Inaugural member of Alabama Writer’s Hall of Fame.
  • 2013—2017, State Poet Laureate of Alabama.
  • 2000, Bruce Rossley Literary Award, from 96 INC.
  • 1998, National Hackney Award in Poetry for Someone Will Go On Owing.
  • 1998, Best Book of the Year Award, Southeastern Booksellers’ Association, for Someone Will Go On Owing.
  • 1998, American Book Association Award, for Someone Will Go On Owing.
  • 1997, finalist,  T.S. Eliot Poetry Prize, for Carnal Blessings, a manuscript.
  • 1981, Best Small Press TitlesLibrary Journal, for I Am the Jefferson County Courthouse.
  • 1967, Morris Grey Lecture Reading and Book Signing, Harvard University.
  • 1966, Notable Book Award, American Library Association, for Damned Ugly Children.
  • 1951, Eunice Tietjens Memorial Prize, Poetry magazine, Vol. 79, No. 2, Nov.
  • At least three of Andrew Glaze’s books were nominated for the Pulitzer Prize. 

Poetry books

Poetry booklets

Artisan oversized folio

  • LINES/POEMS; Poems & Lithographs.
    1964, Andrew Glaze (poems) and Umaña (art), Publisher Editions Heraclita.

Interviews with, and discussions of, Andrew Glaze

  • “The Split Bicycle”, a poem about Andrew Glaze by Norman Rosten.
    1979, from the book Norman Rosten Selected Poems. (See the complete poem under the Menu category “Friends”.)
  • Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series,
    1983, Gale Research, Detroit, Pg. 193-194.
  • MENU 1. “A Quite Revolutionary: A Conversation with Andrew Glaze”.
    1985, Winter, by Steven Ford Brown,  pg. 29, ISBN 0-938136-06-2.
  •  AURA Literary Arts Review. “For Andy Glaze”.
    1988, Spring/Summer, By Steven Conkle, Volume #24, pg. 57.
  • Walt Whitman Quarterly Review. “Whitman as Poetic Subject”.
    1988, Cites Glaze’s poem “Whitman Saw it Crazily Shining”, By E. A. Malone.
  • The Journal #12. “A Fierce White Light: One Perspective on the Poetry of Andrew Glaze”, Interview with Andrew Glaze by Steven D. Conkle
    1988-89, #2 Fall/Winter 1988-89, Pg. 84 – 88, Literary Magazine of The Ohio State University..
  • The Poet’s Dictionary: a handbook of prosody and poetic devices.
    1989. Uses Glaze’s poem “A Letter to David Matzke” as an example. By William Packard, Collins Reference, ISBN-10: 0062720457, ISBN-13: 978-0062720450.
  • The Great American Poetry Bake-off, fourth series, Volume 4.
    1991, Contains a discussion of Glaze’s poetry, by Robert Peters. Scarecrow Press.
  • John Ciardi: A Biography. (Glaze interviewed about Ciardi).
    1997, By Edward Ciffeli, University of Arkansas Press, ISBN 1-55728-448-2.
  • Geniuses and Other Eccentrics: Photographing My Friends.
    1997, by Selden Rodman; includes a reference to Andrew Glaze, accompanied by a photo and his poem “A Choice”. Pg. 34 – 35, Green Tree Press. ISBN 0-9645891-1-7.
  • The Reader, (interview with Andrew Glaze).
  • Birmingham Poetry Review. “An Interview with Andrew Glaze”.
    2000, Fall-Winter, By Peter Schmitt, #23, pg. 32-37, Publisher: University of Alabama Birmingham, ISBN # 1047-2258.
  • Companion to Southern Literature: themes, genres, places, people.
    2002, Reference to Andrew Glaze. Southern Literary Studies Series, edited by Flora and MacKethan. LSU Press, ISBN-10: 0807126926, ISBN-13: 978-0807126929.
  • Alabama Arts, “Through The Remembered Gate” quotes an interview with Glaze.
    2002, Spring/Summer, Volume XVlll, #1, pg. 15.
  • Andrew Glaze’s Greatest Hits – 1985-2004. “Andrew Glaze on his life and his poems”. 2005, Pudding House Publications Greatest hits Series #234, ISBN 1-58998-324-6.
  • Light Quarterly. “A clear and bottomless well: the poetry of Andrew Glaze”.
    2005, Interview, Spring, #48, pg. 55, ISBN: 1064-8186.
  • “I Want To Be Eighty-Five”. A poem about Andrew Glaze by Irene Latham.
    2007, from the book WHAT CAME BEFORE (Negative Capability Press). (See complete poem under the Menu category “Friends”.)
  • Speak Truth to Power: the story of Charles Patrick, a Civil Rights Pioneer. 2010, Quotes from interview with Glaze, and newspaper articles he wrote, by Mignette Y. Patrick Dorsey, University of Alabama Press, ISBN-10: 0817355561, ISBN-13: 978-0817355562.
  • Former Reporter … named Poet Laureate, 2012, Blog Alabama, Jeremy Grey, http://blog.al.com/spotnews/2012/07/former_reporter_pulitzer_runne.html 
  • Gazing at Andrew Glaze, a look at the life and love of Andrew Glaze Alabama’s Poet Laureate”
    2013, http://weldbham.com/blog/2013/04/04/gazing-at-andrew-glaze/
  • Webb School, “Glaze ’38 commissioned Poet Laureate of Alabama, 2013, http://www.thewebbschool.com/news/detail.aspx?pageaction=ViewSinglePublic&LinkID=1692&ModuleID=36
  • Writing Without Paper, Blog interview, 2013
    http://writingwithoutpaper.blogspot.com/2013/01/monday-muse-alabamas-poet-laureate.html 
  • Outside The Margin: literary commentary.
    2015,
    By Robert Bonazzi, First Wings Press Edition, ISNB 978-1-60940-480-2.
  • National Public Radio WBHM, 2015
    https://news.wbhm.org/feature/2015/celebrating-alabama-poet-laureate-andrew-glaze/  
  • National Public Radio WBHM, 2016
    https://news.wbhm.org/feature/2016/andrew-glaze-alabamas-95-year-old-poet-laureate-has-died-2/ 
  • Poetry Foundation, 2016.
    https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems-and-poets/poets/detail/andrew-glaze 
  • Birmingham Wikipedia,
    http://www.bhamwiki.com/w/Andrew_Glaze
  • Wikipedia,
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Glaze 
  • History of Birmingham Poetry
    https://hybhampoe.wordpress.com/hy-of-chapbooks/

Play productions and readings

  • Kleinhoff Demonstrates Tonight (included music and lyrics by A.L. Glaze):
    -Texas Drama Festival, Austin, TX (1971).
    Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival, New York, New York (1974).
    -Cricket Theatre, Minneapolis, MN (1974).
    -Warren Robertson Studio (Revised version reading), NY, NY (1982).
    -American Theatre for Actors, NY, NY (1982).
    -Metropolitan Repertory Company, NY, NY (1984).
    -The Changing Scene Theatre, Denver, Colorado (1988).
  • Love is Nothing to Laugh At:
    American theatre for Actors (reading). NY, NY. 1983.
  • The Man-tree:
    Public Theater/New York Shakespeare Festival (staged reading), NY, NY. 1974.
    -American Repertory Company of London, England. 1976.
  • Miss Pete:
    The American Place Theatre. New York City. 1966.
    The Players (club). New York City 1966.
  • Uneasy Lies:
    -Southhill Productions. Gene Frankel Theatre. NY, NY. 1983.

Unproduced plays, teleplays, and stage musical

  • Decisions (play).
  • The Most Engaged Girl (“A Musical Farce”). Libretto by Andrew Glaze, Music by Alan Hovhaness.
  • Saint Jermyn (play, 1972).
  • Starcatcher (1 act play, 1962).
  • Want Me (play, 1962).
  • We Are All Liars (play).
  • The Wimmidge Group (Play, 1966).
  • Early Unproduced Plays and Teleplays (1948–1964). These are archived at the Wisconsin Historical Society Archives/Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research.

Anthologies &Writing collections that include Glaze’s work:

  • New Directions 12,
    1950, Pg. 267-269, “George Washington’s Mud”, “Rizpah (2 Samuel: 21-7)”, “On The Cuneiform” Publisher: James Laughlin.
  • New World Writing Edition 4,
    1954, “A Slightly Different Story” (short fiction, later dramatized as “Miss Pete”).
  • New World Writing Edition 9,
    1956, Pg. 127-128, “Countess Katerina and the Duchess” (poem), Publisher: New American Library, LCCCN# 52-1806.
  • Poetry Southeast: 1950—1970: Tennessee Poetry Journal,
    1968, Pg.47-52, “Mr. Hobbes”, “Grampa”, “See Here John Donne!”, “Zeppelin”, Compiled by Frank Steele, Published by The University of Tennessee, Lib. Congress cat. card  #68-27734, ISBN 1-135-40883-1.
  • Hyn Anthology, Volume #1,
    1969, Pg. 6, “One Man One Vote”.
  • Hyn Anthology, Volume #2,
    1970, Pg. 7, “Tomorrow I’ll be Gone”, Editor Donald Lev and Sabina Roseman, Published by Voice Media – Hyn House Press.
  • Hyn Anthology, Volume #3,
    1972, Pg. 53 –55, “Tumbler”, “A Meeting”, “Adriana”.
  • Loves, Etc., (1973)
    1973, Pg. 42-43, “You and I Make a Movie”. Compiled by Marguerite Harris, Publisher Doubleday & Company, ISBN 0-385-01071-0, ISBN 978-0-385-01071-9.
  • New Directions 26
    1973, Pg. 54-61, “A City”, Edited by J. Laughlin, ISBN 0-8112-0477-4
  • Group 74, Poetry from The New York Poets Cooperative.
    1974, Pg. 33,  “Making Country”.
    Edited by Edward Butscher, Roberta Gould, Donald Lev.
  • Western Wind: an introduction to poetry,
    1974, Compiled by John Frederick Nims, Random House, New York, ISBN 0-394-31231-7, ISBN 978-0-394-31231-6.
  • The Doctor Generosity Poets,
    1975, Pg. 160, “Outlaw”, Complied by Charles Hanna, Damascus Road Press, Wescoville, ISBN 0-913614-04-1 ISBN 978-0913614044.
  • EPOS / Anthology of EPOS Poets, (1975)
    1975, Volume 26 #2, Spring/ Summer, Pg. 33, “Inventory, “Sweepings”.
  • Contemporary Southern Poetry: An Anthology, (1979)
    1979, Pg. 91 – 94, “My South”, “Zeppelin”, Compiled by Guy Owen, Mary C. Williams, Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge, ISBN 0-8071-0577-5 ISBN 9780807105771.[138]
  • Best Loved Poems,
    1980, Compiled by Marie Stilkind, Merit Publishers, Miami.
  • New York Poems,
    1980, Pg. 86, “Fantasy Street”, Complied by Howard Moss, Publisher Avon Books, New York, ISBN 0-380-76067-3, ISBN 978-0-380-76067-1.
  • Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry,
    1981, Compiled by Alan F. Pater, Monitor Press, Beverly Hills, ISBN 978-0-917734-04-5 ISBN 0917734041.
  • Contemporary Literature in Birmingham,
    1983, Pg. 50 – 54, “The Trash Dragon of Shensi”, “Damned Ugly Children”, “Whitman Saw it Crazily Shining”, “What’s That you say Cesar?”, Compiled by Steven Ford Brown, Publisher Thunder City Press/Ford Brown & Co./Birmingham Public Library, ISBN 978-0-918644-27-5 ISBN 0918644275.
  • TQ 20 : twenty years of the best contemporary writing and graphics from TriQuarterly magazine
    1985, “What’s That You Say, Cesar?” Compiled by Reginald Gibbons and Susan Hahn, Publisher Pushcart Press, Wainscott, NY, ISBN-10: 0916366316.
  • Alabama Poets: A Contemporary Anthology,
    1990, Pg. 47-50, “Earl”, “Dog Dancing”, “Nijinsky”, “Timehorse”, Edited by Ralph Hammond, Livingston University Press, Livingston, AL. ISBN 0-942979-07-9 ISBN 978-0942979077).
  • Life on the Line, Selections on Words and Healing,
    1992, “It’s Here! He Tells His Mouth, Here!”, Compiled by Sue Brannan Walker and Rosely Rosfman, Publisher Negative Capability Press, ISBN 0-942544-16-1, ISBN 978-0-942544-16-9.
  • The New Yorker Book of Poems; Selected by the Editors of The New Yorker, 1994, Pg. 530, “The Outlanders”, Publisher William Morrow & Co., Inc., New York, ISBN 0-688-07877-X.
  • Boston ’96 Poetry, Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry. 1996, “Garcia”. Compiled by William Stanley Braithewaite.
  • The Remembered Gate: memoirs by Alabama writers,
    2002, Pg. 61-79, “Growing Up a Poet in Alabama”, Edited by Jay Lamar and Jeanie Thompson. Published by Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, ISBN 0-8173-1123-8.
  • Working the Dirt,
    2003, pg. 156, “Buick”, Compiled by Jennifer Horne, Publisher NewSouth Books, ISBN 1-58838-131-5 ISBN 13 978-1588381316.
  • Chance Of A Ghost, An Anthology of Contemporary Ghost Poems,
    2005, October, Pg. 171, “Ghost Writer”, published by Helicon Nine Editions, ISBN #1-884235-38-7.
  • Whatever Remembers Us: An Anthology of Alabama Poetry,
    2007, July 1st, “Red Mountain”, Edited by Sue Brennan Walker and J William Chambers. Published by Negative Capability. ISBN #13-9780942544602
  • Motif v2: Come What May, an anthology of writings about chance,
    2010, Pg. 242, “Pinata”, Edited by Marianne Worthington, published by Motes Books, Louisville, Kentucky, ISBN #978-1-934894-30-9
  • Voices From the Fierce Intangible World, an anthology of poets from the first 10 issues of South Florida Poetry Journal SoFloPoJo.
    2019, May, Pg. 50, “Pinata”, South Florida Poetry Journal

Internet based poetry publications

  • Birmingham Weekly- 2009 Poetry Issue,
    2009, April 23, “You’re Never With Who You Want to Be”.
  • nycBigCityLit.com:
    2002, August, “Sam You Heara Me Callin”.
    2003, July/August, “Beggared by Getting There” (later titled “Up From Sandy Hook”).
    2003, December, “Cycles”, “More”, “Horses of Night”.
    2007, Fall, “Bliss”, “Fishermen”.
  • Poetrybay: an on-line Poetry Magazine for the 21st century
    2002, Winter, “Skip and Hop”.
  • South Florida Poetry Journal:
    2018, May, Issue #9, “Days of Being Born”, “Hard Times”, “Pinata”.
    https://www.southfloridapoetryjournal.com/poems-may-2018.html
  • Turtlehouse Press,
    2010, August 13, Vol MMX: Number 14.0, “Overheard in a Drugstore”, “Mr. Frost”.

Poems and written pieces in magazines and Periodicals

  • Anyart Journal,
    1976, Vol. 2 No. 4, “Skylark”, “Frog”, “Crazy Song”, “Morning Flight”,.
  • Atlantic Monthly/The Atlantic,
    1970, December, Pg. 73-75, “Melt Out”.
    1971, September, Pg. 103, “Stone Wall”.
    1972, April, Pg. 46, “I Want to Turn to the South: 1941”. A Poem by Pablo Neruda, translated by Andrew Glaze”.
    1974, November, Pg. 80-83, “Reality Street”. (The longest poem ever published by The Atlantic up to that point.)
    1975, November, Pg. 88, “For Vlaimir Mayakowsky”.
    1977, June, Pg. 81, “Dr. Freud”.
    1978, February, Pg. 76, “The Trash Dragon of Shensi”.
  • Audience,
    1971, #November-December, Volume 1, “Thank You for the Language”, “Book Burial” and “Theatre of Weather” (later “Grampa’s Bedroom”). A hardcover literary book/magazine from Hill Publishing Company, Boston.
  • Aura Literary Arts Review,
    1978, spring, “Where I Fly”, “Epic”.
    Aura 16, Literary Arts Review,
    1983, Spring, Pg. 51-53, “Sunset Rock”, “Generation”, “Blue Ridge. Aura 21, Literary Arts Review,
    1986, Fall/Winter, Pg. 45-47, “Heroes”, Leviathan”, “A Valley”.
  • Birmingham Arts Journal,
    2004, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pg. 16, “Theft”.
    2006, Volume 3, Issue 3, Pg. 27-30, “Moody’s Trip” (Excerpts from unpublished novel).
    2011, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pg. 23, “Trap of Feathers”.
  • Birmingham Poetry Review, published by University of Alabama Birmingham.,
    1988, #1, Fall-Winter, Pg. 15-16, “Midnight Howling”, “Notes on a Gum Wrapper”.
    1996, #14, Spring-Summer, Pg. 16, “Lone Walker”.
    2001, #24, Spring-Summer, Pg. 14, “If That Mocking Bird Don’t Sing”.
    2003, #27, Summer- Fall, Pg 14, “The Show”.
    2008, #35, Spring-Summer, Pg. 16, “Miami Song – the odyssey of day”, “A Battle”.
    2017, #44, Spring-Summer, Pg. 164, “Rhinoceros”.
  • Birmingham Weekly,
    2009, April 23 – 30, pg. 11, “You’re Never With who You Want To Be”.
  • The Black Fly Review,
    1993, #14, pg. 12, “Midnight Howling”.
  • Boston University Review,
    1972, Fall, Volume 3, Issue 20, Pg. 64, “Island”.
  • Cacaphony (England),
    1970, “A Meeting”, “Flying”, “Love Song”, “Tumbler”, “The Watchman”.
  • Carcanet Press (England),
    1969–70, “A Petition”, “A Song Through the Teeth”.
  • Dance Magazine,
    1980, August, Vol. LIV #8, Pg. 52, “Nijinsky”, ISSN-0011-6009.
  • Denver Quarterly, published by University of Denver.
    1979, Summer, Vol. 14, #2, Pg. 94, “I am the Jefferson County Courthouse”.
  • European Judaism (journal) (England),
    1972, “Concert at the Station”, “Leningrad”, “Petropolis”, “Twilight of Freedom”. All four poems are translations of Osip Mandelstam.
  • First Draft,
    1997 Fall, Pg. 12, “Dog Dancing”, “Earl”, “Interview with Steven Ford Brown.
  • Folio,
    1965, Vol. 1, Issue , “Ice Break” and “For Andrew Glaze Whose Father Invented the Submarine”: by Mary Jane Brabston.
    1967. Winter, Vol. 3, #1, “Under The Blanket” (later retitled “Waiting for the Leonids”), “The Greens Keeper”.
    1968, Vol. 4, #1, page 3 “I Am”.
    1969, Vol. 5, #1, page 3 “A Disclaimer”.
    1970, Fall Edition, “Making Country”, “Me”, “I Want to Have Been the Shaman”.
    1972, Vol. 8 #1, Spring Edition, page 4 “I Want to Have Been the Shaman”.
    1972, Vol. 8 #2, Fall Edition, page 3 “Of Wars and Rumours of Wars”, page 4 “Making Country”, page 5 “Mankind Needs to Believe in Something” “Me”, page 6 “Combat”, page 7 “Big Top”.
  • Home Planet News, independent arts quarterly,
    1979, #2, Summer, Vol. 1, #2, Pg. 9, a review of The Trash Dragon of Shensi by Martin Mitchell
    1980, #7, Summer, “A Battle”
    1981, #4, Fall, Vol. 2, Pg. 12-13, “Yin and Yang”, “Ending and Beginning”, “Skip and Hop”, “Other Lives”, “Til Eulenspiegel”, “Malcontents”.
    1982, #4, Fall, Vol. 8, Issue 34, Pg. 79, “Commandments”, Pg. 79 Review of I am the Jefferson County Courthouse, by William Doreski.
    1990, Issue 31, “Greektalk”
    1991, Issue 30, pg. 7 review of Hayden Carruth, by Andrew Glaze.
    1996, Winter, #40, “In memory of Norman Rosten 1914-1995) “Ghost Writer”.
    2000, Issue #46, pg. 7 review of Someone will go on Owing by Donald Lev.
    2003, Spring, Vol. 12, #3, Issue 49, pg. 15 “The Ballad of Being Gone”, pg. 6 review of Remembering Thunder by Gabrielle LeMay.
    2016, Home Planet News On-Line, Review of “Overheard in a Drugstore” by Donald Lev. http://homeplanetnews.org/AHPNONL3-BookReview-3DonLev.html
  • Iowa Review, published by University of Iowa,
    1977, Fall, Vol. 8, Issue 4, Pg. 68-69, “Elevation”, Fall.
    1977, Winter, Vol 8, Issue 1 Article 20, Pg. 56-58, “Banquet”, “A Child”.
  • Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse,
    1993, #8, Winter, Pg. 14, “?”
    1999, #25, Summer, Pg. 21, 28-29, 46, “Limericks”, “Tents”, “A Spell”.
    2000, #34, Autumn, Pg. 38, “Floating Becomes Ophelia (A Nashville whine for the 400th anniversary of Hamlet)”.
    2001, #33, Summer, Pg. 36, “The Country Cowboy’s Lament (Did I give it to you or did you give it to me?)”.
    2002, #36-37, Spring-Summer, Pg. 80, “What’s That You Say?”.
    2003, #40-41, Spring-Summer, Pg. 65, “ Futures”.
    2005, #48, Spring,  “Featured Poet Andrew Glaze”, “A Clear and Bottomless Well: the poetry of Andrew Glaze” a review and reflection of the poet. Poems pg. 5—10: “A Moral Tale”,  “Spacecat”, “You’re Never With Who You Want to Be”,  “Wherever I am It’s Raining”, “Oh Inspiration”, “Pinata”.
    2005, #49, Summer, Pg. 30-31, “Boomfoolery”.
    2005-2006, #51, Winter, Pg. 35, “Locale Limerick”.
  • Lullwater Review,
    1993, Spring-Summer, Vol. 1V #2, Pg. 36, 96, “An Honorary Habsburg”, “Light Brigade”, Publisher: Emory University.
  • Magnolia: A Florida Journal for Literary and Fine Arts,
    2008, Issue 2, “The Chute”.
  • The Nation,
    1974, February 2, Pg. 158-160, “Always”.
    1974, May 4, Pg. 572, “Lobo”.
    1975, February 8, Pg. 156, “Poem”.
  • Negative Capability,
    1981, Vol. I, #2, October, Pg. 31,”Lost Batallion”.
    1982, Vol. II #1, Winter, Pg. 36-37, “Lost River”, “Being Noticed”.
    1982, Vol. II, #3, Summer, Pg. 71, “Evening it Out”.
    1982, Vol. II, #4, Fall, Pg. 37-38, “Baroque”, “To Work”.
    1983, Vol. III, #2, Spring, Pg. 25, “Someone Will Go On Owing”.
    1985, Vol. III, #2, Spring-Summer, Pg. 10-21, “Age Once Horrid”, “Palos”, “Firefly Evening”, “Honeymoon”, “Bliss”.
    1985, Vol. V, #3, Summer, “Pg. 10 – 21, “Iron Mask”, “American”, Elected Reason”, Pirate King”, “An Age Once Horrid”, “Palos”, “Firefly Evening”, “Bliss”
    1986, Vol. VI, #2 and #3, Spring-Summer, Pg. 64. “Smith”.
    1989, Vol. 1X, #2, Pg. 11, “Laocoon”, published by Scarecrow press.
    1992, Vol. X11, #1&2, Pg. 46-47, “Yeats and Berryman have tea”, “Thoreau Again”.
  • The New Leader,
    1968. April 1, “A Juggler of Ideas”, a Review by Glaze of Peter Viereck’s “New and Selected Poems”.
    1968, December 16, “A Rare Sense of Discovery”, a Review by Glaze of “The Caribbean”, “The Peru Traveller”, and “The Road to Panama”, three books by Seldon Rodman.
  • NEWSart,
    1977, 10, “Poetry Today: Explosion, Renaissance, or Glut?”, Glaze interviews Norman Rosten.
  • The New Yorker,
    1950, August 26, “The Outlanders”.
    1955, May 21, “Ho Farragut”.
    1977. March 14, “Eyes of the Heart”.
    1977, September 5, “September”.
    1977, April 11, “Fantasy Street”. (The longest poem ever published by The New Yorker up to that point.)
    1982, January 25, “A Night Walk to a Country Theatre”.
  • New York Quarterly,
    1970, #1, Winter, Pg. 42, “A Thing I Did”, with photo.
    1970, #2, Spring, Pg. 76-77, “Sing Sing” poem and worksheet.
    1971, #5, Winter, Pg. 36-37, “Here! Here!”, “I came Into Life Cain”.
    1971, #8, Fall, Pg. 92, “Comment on Protest Poetry”.
    1972, #12, Fall, Pg. 54, “A Choice”.
    1985, #26, Spring, “A Choice”.
    1985, #27, Summer, “Acrobats”.
    1985, #28, Fall, Pg. 58-59, “Notes Found on a Gum Wrapper”.
    1986, #29, Spring, “Groucho”, “The Present State of American Poetry”, (essay and photo).
    1986, #30, Summer, Pg. 40, “Poem”.
    1987, #32, Spring, “Nature”.
    1987, #33, Summer, Pg. 91, “Here We Come”.
    1988, #35, Spring, Pg. 69, “From HIM“.
    1989, #38, Spring, Pg. 63, “Witches”.
    1991, #44, Pg. 54, “Courage”.
    1991, #45, “My Nose My Needle”.
    1991, #47, Pg. 34, “Being a Thief”.
    1992, #48, Pg. 57, “Most You”.
    1993, #52, Pg. 47, “Please Take the Joy of It”, translation of Osip Mandelstam.
    1995, #54, “Green Vaulted Pine”.
    1995, #55, Fall, Pg. 54, “Sword”.
    2003, #59, Spring, Pg. 38, “Nursing Home” (later retitled “Banderlog”).
    2003, #60, Pg. 41, “Poets”.
    2006, #62, Pg. 50, “Drunks”.
    2007, #63, Pg. 50, “Blue Barouche”.
  • The Occasional Windhover, (England), New Arts Circle, Battersea College,
    1969, “Good Sense”, “Juju”.
  • OPEN PLACES,
    1982, Number 33, Spring, Pg. 11-15, “Islands Among Us”, “Wink”, “To a Han Horse”, “Notes”. ISSN: 0474-2389, Publisher: Stephens College).
  • Paris Review,
    1956, Issue 12, Spring, March, Pg. 56, “St. Jerome”.
  • Pivot, —Editor Martin Mitchell
    1985, #34, Pg. 8, 19, “A Postcard from Vienna”, “The Fault Is–”.
    1985, #35, Vol. 9, Pg. 10-11, “Art”, “Chenzie”.
    1988, #36, Vol. 10, Pg. 22-23, “View from Straw’s”, “Einstein”.
    1990, #38, Vol. 12, Pg. 41-42, “Fanatic”, “Miami: Storm Coming On”.
    1992, #40, Vol. 14, Pg. 16, “That Way”, “Waste Not”.
    1993, #41, Vol. 15, Pg. 5, “Old Clerks”.
    1994, #42, Vol. 16, Pg. 16, “Light Boat”, “What Are We, Stars?”.
    1995, #43, Vol. 17, Pg. 33, “Epic”.
    1996, #44, Vol. 18, Pg, 14-15, ”Fall Gallop”, “ Witch Broom”.
    1997, #45, Pg. 5, “Night”, “Waking and Sleeping”.
    1998, #47, Vol. 20, Pg. 13, “Seamstress”.
  • The Poet (England),
    1954, “One Summer Day”, “The Reliques”, “Reliquescat”.
  • Poetry (Magazine),
    1950, May, “Marine Biology”, “Three Poems About One Thing”, “Antigua”.
    1951, August, “Henry Buck”, “The Big Eye”.
    1954, January, “Ludwig Rellstab’s Visit to Beethoven”.
    1956, February, “A Cut of Copernicus”.
    1982, September, “I Am the Jefferson County Courthouse”.
  • Poetry Australia,
    1989, Edition #118, Pg. 49, “Cats-Cradle”.
  • Poetry Bay – Online Poetry Magazine,
    2002,
    Winter, “Hop and Skip”
  • Poetry Northwest, published by University of Washington.
    1972,  April, Pg. 46, “I Want To Turn To the South: 1941”, translation of Pablo Neruda by Andrew Glaze.
    1974, Vol. 15, Pg. 34, “Whitman Saw It Crazily Shining”.
    1975, Vol. 16, #3, Autumn, Pg. 30-31, “Lucky you”, “Clouds”.
    1976, Vol. 17, #3, Autumn, Pg. 17, “Alphabet Soup”.
  • Poetry Now,
    1975, #11, Autumn, Pg. 6, “A Place Worse Than the Belly of a Whale”, “Coo Coo”.
    1976, #14, “Mole”.
    1977, # 15-#18, “Separation is Best”, ” A Guide”, “The People of my Head”.
    1978, #19, “Place”, “Bus Driver Playing the Flute”.
    1979, #21, Pg. 27 “Luck”, Pg. 23 “Boy”, Pg 23 “Eyes of the Heart”, “Pg. 23 “So Well Aware”.
    1979, #23,  “Petropolis”, Pg. 44 “Leningrad”, all translations of Osip Mandelstam by Andrew Glaze.
    1979, #24, Pg. 44, “I Will Search in the Romany Camp of the Darkened Street”,  Pg. 24 “Concert at the Station”, Pg. 24, “Please Take the Joy of It”,  Pg. 24, “Twilight of Freedom”, all translations of Osip Mandelstam by Andrew Glaze.
    1980, #26, “The Fanatical You”.
    1981, #31, “Wizard”.
    1982, #34, “Delmore”, “Double Knit Socks”.
    1982, #36, “Getting Old”.
    1983, #38, Pg. 3, “The Rule”.
    1994, #6, “Fury in Amherst”.
  • Pulpsmith,
    1986, Summer, Vol. 6, #2, pg. 76, “Civilization”
  • Rattapallax, published by Rattapallax Press.
    2001, # 6,
    Pg. 59, “On Being Elsewhere”. ISSN# 1521-2483.
    2002, #7, Pg. 13, “Angels”.
  • Saturday Review,
    1944, April 29, Pg. 12, “Poem”
    1946, January 12, Pg. 10, “Witch Doctor”.
    1946, February 16, Pg. 10, “The Home Front”.
    1957, January, Pg. 44, “Suwanee River”.
  • The Second Aeon, (Cardiff, Wales, UK) editor Peter Finch
    1972, Issue #16, “A Child”, “Being a Thief”.
  • Slow Dancer,
    1991, Spring, Pg. 18, “Geese”.
  • Southern Poetry Review, published by University of N.C.
    1981, Spring, Pg. 44-45, “76th Street”, “Dog Dancing”.
  • South Florida Review, published by South Florida Poetry Institute.
    1992-1993, 10th Anniversary Issue, Vol. 10, #1 and #2, Fall and Winter, Pg. 66, “Love Poems”.  ISSN # 0885 0720.
  • Spirituality & Health,
    2008, November, Pg. 41, “Alleluia”.
  • Sulpher River Literary Review, publisher Morgan Printing,
    2004, Volume XX, #1, Spring, Pg. 114-116, “Three Ways of Looking”, “Blue Barouche”, “So Goddamn Pretty”, ISSN #1073-5933.
    2004, Volume XX, #2, Autumn, Pg. 125, “Pinata”.
  • Thunder Mountain Review,
    1979, Volume 1, #1, “Eye Chart”.
  • Trails & Timberline Quarterly,
    2006-2007, #994 Winter, Pg. 23, “A Place That Can’t Be Bought”.
  • Tribune Magazine (England),
    1970, December 25, “Christmas”.
    1970, “Loving”
  • TriQuarterly, published by Northwestern University. ISSN #0041-3097
    1970, #18, Spring, Pg. 82, “What’s That You Say, Cesar?”.
    1987, #68, Winter, Pg. 98, “Cat’s Cradle”,
    1989, #76, Fall, Pg. 93, “Nursing Home”,.
  • Virginia Quarterly Review, published by University of Virginia.
    1944, Spring, “An Incantation Against Ghosts”.
  • Workshop Poetry Magazine (England),
    1970’s (early), Issue #12, Oslip Mandelstam poems translated by Andrew Glaze.
  • Unconfirmed Published Poems,
    The following have been listed by Andrew Glaze as having published his poems:
    Baltic Avenue Poetry Journal, (title of poem unknown)
    Chelsea Literary Journal,  (title of poem unknown)
    Dialog (Toronto)
    ,  (title of poem unknown)
    Classics Chronicle
    , “Horace”
    Earthwise, “Here We Come”
    Greyledge Review,  (title of poem unknown)
    Kauripublisher Will Inman, (title of poem unknown)
    Kayak Magazine publisher George Hitchcock, (title of poem unknown)
    Negative Capability, “Pirate King”, “Life of Luck”, “Firefly Evening”, “Sheepshop”, “Elected Reason”.
    New Orleans Review,  (title of poem unknown)
    Open Places, “Notes”
    Outerbridge,   (title of poem unknown)
    Poets(Glasglow),  (title of poem unknown)
    Sarasota Review,  (“Sun”, “Day”)
    Scholastic Pieces,  (title of poem unknown)
    Voice Media,  (title of poem unknown)
    Yes,  (title of poem unknown)

Novels

  • Decisions (unpublished)
  • Moody’s Trip (unpublished)
  • Spectacular Travelers (unpublished)

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