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Publications by Current and Former Creative Writing Department Students

Fiction

Adisa, Opal Palmer

Painting Away Regrets.Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree Press, 2011.

Playing Is Our Work, WWAC Publishers, 2008.

I Name Me Name: Lola.   Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree Press, 2007.

Until Judgment Comes: Stories about Jamaican Men.  Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree Press, 2006.

Caribbean Passion.  Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree Press, 2004.

It Begins with Tears.  Oxford: Heinemann, 1997.

Bake-Face and Other Guava Stories Oakland: Kelsey Street Press, 1986.

Pina, the Many-Eyed Fruit.  San Francisco: Julian Richardson, 1985.

Addonizio, Kim

The Palace of Illusions: Stories. Soft Skull Press, 2014.

My Dreams Out in the Street. New York: Simon and Schuster,  2007.

Little Beauties.  New York: Simon and Schuster, 2005.

In the Box Called Pleasure.  Tallahassee, Fl: Fiction Collective 2, 1999.

Bronson, Po

The First $20 Million Is Always the Hardest New York: Harper Perennial, 2000.

Bombadiers.  New York: Penguin, 1996.

Burke, Phyllis

Atomic Candy.  Boston: Atlantic Monthly Press, 1990.

Caspers, Nona

Little Book of Days. New York: Spuyten Duyvil, 2009.

Heavier Than Air.  Amherst:  University of Massachusetts Press, 2006. 2005 Grace Paley Award for Short Fiction.

The Blessed.  Seattle:  Silverleaf Press, 1991.

Coovelis, Mark

Gloria.  New York: Washington Square Press, 2002.

Coshnear, Dan

Occupy & Other Love Stories.  Berkeley: Kelly's Cove Press, 2012.

Jobs and Other Preoccupations.  Kansas City: Helicon Nine Editions, 2002. 2002 Willa Cather Award. 2003 Bay Area Book Award.

Cox, Sarah Anne

Super Undone Blue. Zürich, Switzerland: Dusie Press, 2016.

Dawid, Annie

Anatomie of the World: Poems. Georgetown, KY: Finishing Line Press, 2017.

And Darkness Was Under His Feet: Stories of a Family.  Beacon Falls, CT: Litchfield Review Press, 2008.  2007 Litchfield Review Short Fiction Prize.

Lily of the Desert:  Short Stories.  Pittsburgh: Carnegie-Mellon University Press, 2001.

Dillon, Millicent

A Version of Love.  New York: W. W. Norton, 2003.

The Dance of the Mothers.  New York: Dutton, 1991.

The One in the Back is Medea.  New York: Viking, 1973.

Baby Perpetua and Other Stories.  New York: Viking Adult, 1971.

Dykewomon, Elana

Risk. Ann Arbor: Bywater Books, 2009.

Moon Creek Road.  Midway, FL: Spinster’s Ink Books, 2003.

Beyond the Pale.  Vancouver: Rain Coast Books, 1997. 1998 Lambda Award. Ferro-Grumley Award.

Riverfinger Women.  Tallahassee: Naiad Press, 1992.

Espinosa, Maria

Dying Unfinished. San Antonio: Wings Press, 2009.

Incognito: Journal of a Secret Jew.  San Antonio: Wings Press, 2002.

Longing.  Houston: Arte Público Press, 1995.

Dark Plums.  Houston: Arte Público Press, 1995.

Flores, Paul S.

Along the Border Lies.  San Francisco:  Creative Arts Books, 2001.  2003 PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Literary Award.

Gaines, Ernest J.

Wide Awake in the Pelican State:  Stories by Contemporary Louisiana Writers.  Ernest Gaines Interviewed by Ann Brewster Dobie. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006.

Mozart and Leadbelly:  Stories and Essays.  Ed. Marcia Gaudet and Reggie Young.  New York: Alfred Knopf, 2005.

Conversations with Ernest Gaines.  John Lowe.  Hattiesburg, MS: Literary Conversations Series, University Press of Mississippi, 1995.

A Lesson before Dying.  New York: Alfred Knopf, 1993.

A Gathering of Old Men.  New York: Alfred Knopf, 1983.

In My Father’s House.  New York: Alfred Knopf, 1978.

The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman.   New York: Dial Press, 1971.

Bloodline:  Five Stories.  New York: Dial Press, 1968.

Of Love and Dust.  New York: Dial Press, 1967

Catherine Carmier.  New York: Atheneum, 1964.

Giles, Molly

Iron Shoes New York:  Simon and Schuster, 2000.

Creek Walk and Other Stories.  New York:  Scribner and Company, 1998.

Rough Translations.  Athens, GA:  University of Georgia Press, 1985. Flannery O'Connor Award for Short Fiction; 1985 San Francisco Bay Area Book Reviewers Association (BABRA) Award for Fiction; 1986 Boston Globe Fiction Award.

Glück, Robert

Denny Smith Stories.  Seattle: Clear Cut Press, 2004.

Ed. Biting the Error: Writers Explore Narrative (with Mary Berger, Camille Roy, and Gail Scott).  Toronto: Coach House Press, 2004.

Bottoms Up:  Writing about Sex.  Ed. Diana Cage.  Brooklyn:  Soft Skull Press, 2004.

Jack The Modernist.  London:  Serpent’s Tail / High Risk Books, 1995.

Margery Kempe.  Serpent’s Tail / High Risk books, 1994.

Ed. Saturday Afternoon: An Anthology of Older Writers.  Berkeley:  Small Press Distribution, 1986.

Elements of a Coffee Service.  Bolinas, CA: Grey Fox Press, 1983.

Graham, Toni

Waiting for Elvis.  Wellfleet, MA: Leapfrog Press, 2005.

The Daiquiri Girls.  Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 1998.

Heron, Dustin

Paradise Stories.  San Francisco: Small Desk Press, 2006.

Hoffman, Coby

Desert Stories.  San Francisco: 14 Hills Press, 2001.  Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Iribarne, Matthew

Astronauts: and Other Stories.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 2001.

Anything Can Happen.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 1995.  Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Juanita, Judy

Virgin Soul: A Novel.  New York: Viking, 2013.

Koepf, Michael

The Fisherman's Son.  New YorkBroadway Books, Random House, 1998

Icarus.  New York: Athenaeum, 1988.

Save The Whale.  New York: McGraw Hill, 1978.

Landers, Scott

Coswell’s Guide to Tambralinga: A Novel.  New York:  Farrar Straus, 2004.

Lowitz, Leza.

Jet Black and the Ninja Wind (with Shogo Oketani). Rutland, Vermont: Tuttle Publishing, 2013.  Winner of the 2013-2014 Asian/Pacific American Award for Young Adult Literature.

The Broken Bridge.  Berkeley:  Stone Bridge Press, 1998.

An Inn Near Kyoto.  Moorhead, MN: New Rivers Press, 1998.

Major, Devorah

Brown Glass Windows.  Willimantic, CT:  Curbstone Press, 2002.

An Open Weave.  Emeryville, CA: Seal Press, 1995. Winner of the Black Caucus of ALA First Novelist Award.

Traveling Women (with Opal Palmer Adisa).  Oakland:  Jukebox Press, 1989.

Mandelman, Avner

Talking to the Enemy: Stories.  New York:  Seven Stories Press, 2006.  Jewish Book Award (Canada).  I. J. Siegal Award for Fiction.  New York Times Editor’s Choice.

Cuckoo.  Ottawa:  Oberon Press, 2003.

Mayes, Frances

Swan:  A Novel.  New York:  Broadway Books, 2002.

Michael McClure

The Mad Cub.  New York:  Foxrock Books, 1995.  Book of the Month Club selection.

The Adept.  Berkeley:  Small Press Distribution, 1971.

McFerrin, Linda Watanabe

Hand of Buddha.  St. Paul:  Coffee House Press, 2000.

Namako:  Sea Cucumber.  St. Paul:  Coffee House Press, 1998.

Melo, Richard

Jokerman 8.  New York:  Soft Skull Press, 2004.

Michener, Marian

Three Glasses of Wine Have Been Removed from This Story:  A Novel.  Seattle:  Silverleaf Press, 1988.

Murguia, Alejandro

This War Called Love.  San Francisco: City Lights, 2002.

Southern Front.  Tempe, AZ:  Bilingual Review Press, 1990.

Muske-Dukes, Carol

Life After Death: A Novel.  New York: Random House, 2004.

Dear Digby.  Figueroa Press, 2003

Saving St. Germ: A Novel.  New York: Viking, 1993.

Najarian, Peter

The Great American Loneliness.  Cambridge, MA: Blue Crane Books, 1999.

Daughters of Memory.  Berkeley: City Miner Books, 1986.

Voyages.  New York: Pantheon Books, 1971.

Ng, Fae

Bone.  New York:  Harper Perennial, 1994.

Nixon, Cornelia

Angels Go Naked.  Counterpoint, 2000. 

Bay Area Book Award Finalist.

Now You See It.  New York: Little Brown and Company, 1991. 

Carl Sandburg Award for Fiction, Friends of the Chicago Public Library.

Orozco, Daniel

Orientation and Other Stories. Faber and Faber, 2012.

Pryor, Josh

Monkey in the Middle.  New York:  Carroll & Graf Publisher, 2003.

Rice, Anne

Christ the Lord:  Out of Egypt.  New York, Alfred Knopf, 2005

Blood Canticle.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 2003

Blackwood Farm.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 2002.

The Master of Rampling Gate.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 2002.

Blood and Gold.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 2001.

Merrick.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 2000.

Vittorio the Vampire.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1999.

Armand the Vampire.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1998.

Pandora.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1998.

Violin.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1998.

Servant of the Bones.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1996.

Memnoch the Devil.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1995.

Taltos.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1994.

Lasher.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1993.

The Tale of the Body Thief.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1992.

The Witching Hour.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1990.

The Mummy.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1989.

The Queen of the Damned.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1988.

The Vampire Lestat.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1985.

Cry to Heaven.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1982.

The Feast of All Saints.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1979.

Interview with the Vampire.  New York:  Alfred Knopf, 1976.

Romm, Robin

The Mother Garden.  New York:  Scribner, 2007.

The Tilt.  San Francisco:  Fourteen Hills Press, 2005.  Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Rosenthal, Sarah

How I Wrote This Story.  Margin to Margin Press, 2001.

Sam, Canyon

Sky Train: Tibetan Women On the Edge of History. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2009. 2010 PEN American Center’s Open Book Award.

Sanchez, Thomas

King Bongo.  New York:  Vintage, 2004.

Day of the Bees.  New York:  Vintage, 2001.

Zoot Suit Murders.  New York:  Vintage, 1991.

Mile Zero.  New York:  Vintage, 1990.

Rabbit Boss.  New York:  Vintage, 1991.

Sarris, Greg

Watermelon Nights.   New York:  Penguin, 1999.

Grand Avenue:  A Novel and Stories.  New York:  Penguin, 1995.

Schafer, Sommer

Fiction Number 62: The Gorge. Ingram Periodicals Inc., 2016

Schuyler, Nina

The Painting.  Chapel Hill, NC:  Algonquin Books, 2004.

Small, Kate

The Gap in the Letter C.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 1999.  Michael Rubin Chapbook Award. 

Tsukiyama, Gail

Dreaming Water.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2002.

The Language of Threads.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999.

Night of Many Dreams.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1998.

The Samurai’s Garden.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1996.

Women of the Silk.  New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991.

West, Gabriella

Time of Grace.  Dublin: Wolfhound Press, 2002.

Wood, Anne, E.

Two if by Sea.  San Francisco: 14 Hills Press, 2006.  Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Yacowitz, Caryn Huberman

The Jade Stone:  A Chinese Folk Tale.  Gretna, LA:  Pelican Publishing, 2005.

Pumpkin Fiesta.  New York:  Harper Collins, 1998.

 

Non-Fiction

Adams, Jane Meredith

The Last Time I Wore a Dress.  New York:  Riverhead Books, 1997.

Addonizio, Kim

Ordinary Genius: A True & Beautiful Course in Writing Poetry. W.W. Norton. 2009.

The Poet's Companion: A Guide to the Pleasures of Writing Poetry (with Dorianne Laux). W. W. Norton & Company, 1997.

Bronson, Po

Top Dog: The Science of Winning and Losing (with Ashley Merryman).  New York: Twelve, 2013.

NurtureShock: New Thinking About Children (with Ashley Merryman). New York: Twelve, 2009.

Why Do I Love These People?: Understanding, Surviving, and Creating Your Own Family.  New  York:  Random House, 2006.

What Should I Do with My Life?:  The True Story of People Who Answered the Ultimate Question.  New York:  Random House, 2003.

The Nudist on the Night Shift:  And Other True Tales of Silicon Valley.  New York:  Broadway Books, 2000.

Burke, Phyllis

Gender Shock.  New York:  Doubleday, 1996.

Family Values:  A Lesbian Mother’s Fight for Her Son.  New York:  Vintage, 1994.

Caspers, Nona

Lawfully wedded wives (with Joell Hallowell).  New York City : Triton, 2013.

Day, Lucille Lang

Married at Fourteen: A True Story. Berkeley: Heyday, 2012.

Dillon, Millicent

Harry Gold.  New York:  Overlook Press, 2000.

You Are Not I:  A Portrait of Paul Bowles.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 2000.

A Little Original Sin: Life and Work of Jane Bowles.  Berkeley: University of California Press, 1998.

After Egypt: Isadora Duncan and Mary Cassatt.  New York: Dutton, 1990.

Gach, Gary

Complete Idiot's Guide to Buddhism. New York: Alpha Books, 2005.

Writers.net:  Every Writer's Essential Guide to Online Resources and Opportunities.  Rocklin, CA: Prima Books, 1997.

The Pocket Guide to the Internet.  New York:  Pocket Books.  1996.

Gander, Forrest

A Faithful Existence:  Reading, Memory, and Transcendence.   Emeryville, CA:  Shoemaker and Hoard, 2005.

Hollander, Benjamin

The Book of Who Are Was.  Los Angeles:  Sun & Moon Press, 1997.

Translating Tradition:  Paul Celan and France.  Berkeley:  Small Press Distribution, 1988.

Lohman, Jeanne

Gathering a Life. McKinleyville, CA: John Daniel, 1989.

Dancing in the Kitchen. McKinleyyille, CA:  Fithian, 2005.

Lowitz, Leza

The Poem Behind The Poem: Translating Asian Literature.  Port Townsend, WA:  Copper Canyon Press, 2004.

EXPAT: Women's True Tales of Life Abroad .  Emeryville, CA:  Seal Press, 2002.

Mayes, Frances

Notecards:  Under the Tuscan Sun.  San Francisco:  Chronicle Books, 2007.

A Year in the World:  Journeys of a Passionate Traveler.  New York: Broadway Books, 2006.

Shrines:  Images of Italian Worship (with photographer Steven Rothfeld).  New York: Doubleday, 2006.

Bringing Tuscany Home.  Conran Octopus, Ltd., 2005.

Bringing Tuscany Home:  Sensuous Style from the Heart of Italy (with Edward Mayes).  New York:  Broadway Books, 2004.

In Tuscany.  New York:  Broadway Books, 2000.

Bella Tuscany:  The Sweet Life in Italy.  New York:  Broadway Books, 2000.

Under the Tuscan Sun:  At Home in Italy.  New York:  Broadway Books, 1996.

McClure, Michael

Scratching the Beat Surface:  Essays on New Vision from Blake to Kerouac.  New York: Penguin, 1994.

Touching the Edge.  San Francisco:  Shambala, 1999.

The Beat Generation:  Galleries and Beyond (with Rebecca Soltnit, Jack Foley, Seymour Howard, and John Natsoulas).  San Francisco:  John Natsoulas Press, 1996.

Lighting the Corners:  On Art, Nature, and the Visionary:  Essays and Interviews.  Albuquerque: University of New Mexico College of Arts, 1993.

McFerrin, Linda Watanabe

Best Places in Northern California:  Restaurants, Lodging, Touring.  Seattle:  Sasquatch Books, 2001.

Mirosevich, Toni

Tilting.  Minneapolis:  Mid-List Press, 2007. 

2006 First Series Award in Creative Non-Fiction.

Murguia, Alejandro

The Medicine of Memory.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 2002.

Muske-Dukes, Carol

Married to the Ice-Pick Killer:  A Poet in Hollywood.  New York:  Random House, 2002.

Nixon, Cornelia

Lawrence’s Leadership Politics and the Turn against Women.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1986.

Parker, Suzy

Tumbling After.  New York:  Crown Books, 2002.

Rosenthal, Sarah 

Editor, A Community Writing Itself: Conversations with Vanguard Writers of the Bay Area (Dalkey Archive Scholarly Series). Urbana-Champaign: Dalkey Archive Press, 2010.

Setterberg, Fred

The Roads Taken:  Travels through America’s Literary Landscapes.  Athens, GA:  University of Georgia Press, 1993. 

AWP Award for Creative Non-fiction.

Toxic Nation:  The Fight to Save Our Communities from Chemical Contamination (with Lonny Shavelson).   New York:  John Wiley & Sons, 1993.

Swensen, Ianthe

You Can’t Catch Death:  A Daughter’s Memoir.  New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 2000.

West, Gabriella

“Significant Kisses.”  Early Embraces, ed. Lindsay Elder.  Los Angeles:  Alyson Books, 1996.

Widdifield, Mary and Elin

Behind the Wall: The True Story of Mental Illness as Told by Parents. Minneapolis: London St. Press, 2015

Yacowitz, Caryn Huberman

Inuit Indians  (non-fiction) Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2003

Seminole Indians (non-fiction) Heinemann Library, 2003

Comanche Indians (non-fiction)  Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2003

Lakota Indians (non-fiction)  Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2003

Iroquois Indians (non-fiction)  Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2003

Navajo Indians (non-fiction)  Chicago: Heinemann Library, 2003 

Shawnee Indians (non-fiction) Chicago: Heinemann Library Publishers, 2003

South Dakota (non-fiction) New York:  Scholastic 2003

Pumpkin Fiesta (fiction) New York: HarperCollins, 1998

Onstage / Backstage.  Minneapolis:  Carol-Rhoda Books, 1987.

 

Plays

Bullins, Ed

Ed Bullins:  Twelve Plays and Selected Writings.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2006.

New-Lost Plays by Ed Bullins:  An Anthology.  Fairbanks, AR:  That New Pub Co, 1994.

Editor.  The New Lafayette Theater Presents.  New York:  Anchorr, 1974.

The Reluctant Rapist.  New York:  Harper and Row, 1973.

Four Dynamite Plays by Ed Bullins.  New York: William Morrow, 1972.

The Duplex.  New York:  William Morrow, 1971.

The Hungered One.  New York:  William Morrow, 1971.

The Electronic Nigger and Other Plays.  London:  Faber & Faber, 1970.

How Do You Do a Nonsense Drama?  Helena, CA:  Illuminations Press, 1969.

New Plays from the Black Theater.  New York:  Bantam, 1969.

Five Plays by Ed Bullins.  New York:  Bobbs-Merrill, 1969.

Flores, Paul S.

Placas: The Most Dangerous Tattoo.  Oakland: San Francisco International Arts Festival, 2014.

You’re Gonna Cry.  San Francisco: Dance Mission Theatre, 2011.

Representa!  San Francisco: San Francisco International Arts Festival, 2007.

McClure, Michael

General Gorgeous.  New York:  Dramatist’s Play Service, 1998.

The Beard and Vktms:  Two Plays by Michael McClure.  New York:  Grove Press, 1985.

Josephine the Mouse Singer.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1976.

Gargoyle Cartoons:  A Collection of Plays.  New York:  Delacorte Press, 1971.

The Blossom, Or Billy the Kid:  A Play.  Two Rivers, WI:  Great Lake Books, 1967.

The Beard:  A Play.  New York:  Grove Press, 1967.

Pine, Evelyn Jean

“Back.”  The Best of Playground 2005.  San Francisco:  Playground, 2005. 

Yacowitz Huberman, Caryn

Jeans! (musical play, co-written)

Pumpkin Fiesta! (musical play)

 

Poetry

Adisa, Opal Palmer

4-Headed Woman. Tia Chucha Press, 2013.

What a Woman Is: Paintings & Poetry (with Shayma Kamel).  Bayt al-Yāsmīn, 2011.

Eros Muse:  Poems and Essays.  Trenton, NJ:  Africa World Press, 2006.

Leaf-of-Life.  Oakland: Jukebox Press, 2000.

Tamarind and Mango Women.  Toronto: Sister Vision Press, 1993.

Traveling Women (with Devorah Major).  Oakland: Jukebox Press, 1989.

Addonizio, Kim

What is This Thing Called Love.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 2004.

Tell Me.  Rochester, NY: Boa Editions, 2000. National Book Award Finalist.

The Poet’s Companion: A Guide to the Pleasures of Writing Poetry.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1997.

Jimmy & Rita.  Rochester, NY:  Boa Editions, 1996.

The Philosopher’s Club.  Rochester, NY:  Boa Editions, 1993.

Three West Coast Women (with Laurie Duesing and Dorianne Laux).   San Francisco:  Five Fingers Press, 1987.

Armantrout, Rae

Money Shot. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 2011. 2010 Pulitzer Prize

Versed. Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press, 2009.

Next Life.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press,  2007.

Up to Speed.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press, 2004.

Great American Prose Poem: Poe to the Present, ed. David Lehman.  New York:  Scribner, 2003.

The Pretext.  Los Angeles:  Green Integer Press, 2001.

Veil:  New and Selected Poems.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press, 2001.

True.  Berkeley:  Atelos Press, 1998.

Made to Seem.  Los Angeles:  Sun & Moon Press, 1995.

Necromance.  Los Angeles:  Sun & Moon Press, 1991.

Couverture. Paris: Les Cahiers de Royaumont, 1991.

Precedence.  Providence: Burning Deck, 1985.

The Invention of Hunger, 1979.

Extremities.  Great Barrington, MA:  The Figures, 1978.

The Oxford Book of American Poetry, ed. David Lehman and John Brehm.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2006.

Nuovo Poesia American.   Milan: Moldadori, 2005.

American Poets in the 21st Century:  Where Language Meets the Lyric Tradition, ed. Claudia Rankine and Juliana Spahr.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press, 2002.

Postmodern American Poetry, ed. Paul Hoover.  New York:  W. W. Norton, 1994.

The Best American Poetry 2004, ed. Lyn Hejinian and David Lehman. New York:  Scribner, 2004.

The Best American Poetry 2002, ed. Robert Creeley and David Lehman. New York:  Scribner, 2002.

The Best American Poetry 2001, ed. Robert Hass and David Lehman. New York:  Scribner, 2001.

A Royaumont: une anthologie de poesie contemporaine.  Paris: Editions Creaphis, 2000.

Moving Borders: Three Decades of Innovative Writing by Women, ed. Margaret Sloan.  Jersey City:  Talisman House, 1998.

Poems for the Millennium, Vol. II, ed. Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 1998.

American Poets Say Goodbye to the Twentieth Century, ed. Andrei Codrescu.  New York: Four Walls, Eight Windows, 1996.

Out of Everywhere.  London: Reality Street Editions, 1996.

Gertrude Stein Award for Innovative Poetry.  Los Angeles: Sun and Moon Press, 1995.

O/Two Anthology, ed. Leslie Scalapino.  Berkeley: O Books, 1991.

From the Other Side of the Century, ed. Douglas Messerli.  Los Angeles: Sun and Moon, 1994.

The Best American Poetry 1988, ed. John Ashbery and David Lehman. New York:  Scribner, 1988.

Language Poetries, ed. Douglas Messerli.  New York: New Directions, 1987.

21 + 1 Poetes americains d'aujourd'hui.  Paris: Delta, 1986.

In the American Tree, ed. Ron Silliman.  Orono:  University of Maine Press, 1986/2002.

Banales, Meliza

Say It with Your Whole Mouth.  San Francisco: Monkey Press, 2000.

Barber, Stephani

“Ten Minute Walk” and “From Mexico City.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young. Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Non-Eligible Respondent.  San Francisco:  Text Press, 2006.

Boone, Amick

From Notes from Outside:  I, II, III, V.  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Brodsky, Nicole

“Death of a Poet,” “Earthquake Poem,” and “Re-.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young. Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Getting Word.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 1997. Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Brown, Brandon

“Horace, Odes 1.25” and “E PODE 5.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Brown, Sean

“Tagememics.”  An Introduction to the Prose Poem, ed. Brian Clements.  Danbury, CT:  Firewheel Editions, 2007.

“Tagememics.”  100 Contemporary Prose Poems, ed. Brian Clements.  Danbury, CT:  Firewheel Editions, 2007.

Buchanan, Anhvu 

The Disordered.  Buffalo: sunnyoutside, 2013.

Burket, Cheryl

Passing through 90 Degrees.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 2000. Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Burns, Avery E. D.

Co-editor.  26:  A Journal of Poetry and Poetics

The Idler Wheel.  Oakland:  Manifest Press, 2001.

A Dueling Primer.  Berkeley:  Second Story Press, 2000.

Ekistik Displays.  Davis, CA:  a + bend press,

Curator. Canessa Park Reading Series, San Francisco.

Editor.  lyric& (literary journal and press).

Buuck, David

Ruts.  Oakland, CA:  Taxt Press, 2006.

Up the Flagpoles.  San Francisco:  Melodeon Poetry Systems, 2001.

Cariaga, Catalina

More Excerpts from Bahala na!:  105-111.  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Cultural Evidence.  ‘A ‘A Arts, 1999.

Coulton, Valerie

The Lily Book.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 2004.  

Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Passing World Pictures.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2003.

Cox, Sarah Anne

From “We of the Capitals.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Arrival.  San Francisco:  Krupskaya Press, 2002.

definite article.  Davis, CA:  a + press,

Home of Grammar.  Double Lucy Books, 1997.

Cullen, Lisa

“Reasons to Meditate.”  What Book!?  Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop, ed. Gary Gach (Parallax Press, 1998).

Dancing with DKT3.  San Francisco:  Wired, 1995.

Day, Lucille Lang

God of the Jellyfish. West Somerville, MA: Cervena Barva Press, 2007.

The Curvature of Blue: Poems. West Somerville, MA: Cervena Barva Press, 2009.

The Book of Answers.  Georgetown:  Finishing Line Press, 2006

“God of the Jellyfish.”  Cloud View Poets, An Anthology: Master Classes with David St. John (Arctos Press, 2005).

“The Cell.”   The Addison Street Anthology: Berkeley’s Poetry Walk, ed. Robert Hass and Jessica Fisher (Heyday Books, 2004).

“Great-Grandmother.”  Women's Words of Wisdom, ed. Patricia Wayant (Blue Mountain Press, 2004).

“Reject Jell-O.”  California Poetry: From the Gold Rush to the Present, ed. Dana Gioia, Chryss  Yost, and Jack Hicks (Heyday Books, 2004).

“Another Morning” and “The Liberation of Baghdad.” Flaunt Peace in the Face of War: Poems for PEACE Anthology, ed. Mary Rudge (Mother’s Hen and ARC Press, 2003).

“At Point Lobos.”  Dancing on the Brink of the World: Selected Poems of Point Lobos, ed. Deborah Streeter (Point Lobos Natural History Association, 2003).

“First Wedding.”  Proposing on the Brooklyn Bridge: Poems About Marriage, ed. Ginny Lowe Connors (Poetworks/Grayson Books, 2003).      

“The Gambler's Daughter.”  So Luminous the Wildflowers: An Anthology of California Poets, ed. Paul Suntup (Tebot Bach, 2003).

“The Product Is Safe.”  Against Certainty: Poets for Peace Anthology, San Francisco Bay Area,  California, ed. Jim Schley and Ann Aspell (Chapiteau Press, 2003).

“The Product Is Safe.”  Infinite Love Poem, Anthology II: Poetry for Peace and Love, ed. Martha  Cinader (Cinasphere, 2003).

“Snake Dance.”  The Pagan's Muse: Words of Ritual, Invocation and Inspiration, ed. Jane Raeburn (Citadel Press, 2003).

“At Yosemite” and “Avon Calling in the Amazon,” Fresh Water: Poems from the Rivers, Lakes, and Streams, ed. Jennifer Bosveld (Pudding House Publications, 2002).

“Strangers.”  September 11, 2001: American Writers Respond, ed. William Heyen (Etruscan Press, 2002).

“Strangers.” An Eye for an Eye Makes the Whole World Blind, ed. Allen Cohen and Clive Matson (Regent Press, 2002).

Infinities.  Mena, AR:  Cedar Hill Publications, 2002.

Greatest Hits, 1975-2000.  Johnstown, OH:  Pudding House Publications, 2001.

“Fire.”  Intimate Kisses: The Poetry of Sexual Pleasure, ed. Wendy Maltz (New World Library, 2001).

Wild One.  Oakland:  Scarlet Tanager Books, 2000.

Fire in the Garden.  Berkeley:  Mother’s Hen, 1997.

Self-Portrait with Hand Microscope.  Berkeley:  Berkeley Poets’ Workshop and Press, 1982. 

Joseph Henry Jackson Award in Literature.

“Reject Jell-O.”  A More Perfect Union: Poems and Stories About the Modern Wedding, ed. Virginia Hartman and Barbara Esstman (St. Martin's Press, 1998).

“Song of the Slender Salamander.”  Of Frogs & Toads: Poems and Short Prose Featuring Amphibians, ed. Jill Carpenter (Ione Press, 1998).

“Fifteen.” Mother Songs: Poems by, for, and about Mothers, ed. Sandra M. Gilbert, Susan Gubar, and Diana O'Hehir (W.W. Norton, 1995).

“Touching.”  Through the Mill: A Coffee Mill Anthology, ed. Carla Kandinsky and Dale Jensen (The Mill Press, 1994).

“Labor” and “The Abortion.”  The Book of Birth Poetry, ed. Charlotte Otten (Bantam Books, 1995).

“Near Kibbutz Nir David.”  Without a Single Answer: Poems on Contemporary Israel, ed. Elaine Marcus Starkman and Leah Schweitzer (Judah L. Magnus Museum, 1990).

“Neural Folds,” “Tumor,” and “Self-Portrait with Hand Microscope.”  Songs from Unsung Worlds:  Science in Poetry, ed. Bonnie Bilyeu Gordon (Birkhauser, 1985).

“Neural Folds” and “Cytogenetics Lab.” Burning with a Vision: Poetry of Science and the Fantastic, ed. Robert Frazier (Owlswick Press, 1984).

“Reject Jell-O.”  Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry, ed. Alan F. Pater (Monitor Book Company, 1981).

“At Point Lobos,” “Patterns,” “Assertion,” and “Song of the Stickleback.”  Berkeley Poets Cooperative Anthology 1970-1980 (Berkeley Poets' Workshop and Press, 1980).

“Labor” and “Yom Kippur.”  Voices Within the Ark: The Modern Jewish Poets, ed. Howard Schwartz and Anthony Rudolf (Avon Books,  1980).

“Protecting Myself.”  Rapunzel, Rapunzel: Poems, Prose, and Photographs by Women on the

Subject of Hair, ed. Kathryn Machan Aal (McBooks Press, 1980).

“Goldfish,” “Night Windows,” and “Fire.”  Tunnel Road: A Poetry Anthology, ed. John Spivey, et al. (John F. Kennedy University Press, 1979).

“Knee-Deep in Sword Ferns” and “Dancers.”  Contemporary Women Poets: An Anthology, ed. Jennifer McDowell and M. Loventhal (Merlin Press, 1977).

“Wedding.”  Poets West: Contemporary Poems from Eleven Western States, ed. Lawrence P. Spingarn (Perivale Press, 1975).

Downing, Brandon

Dark Brandon.  Newton, MA:  Faux Press, 2005.

The Shirt Weapon.  Los Angeles:  Germ Monographs, 2002.

Duncan, Aja Couchois

“Speedway.”

Dykewomon, Elana

Nothing Will Be as Sweet as the Taste: Selected Poems.  London: Onlywomen Press, 1995.

Ehret, Terry

Translations from the Human Language.  San Francisco:  Sixteen Rivers Press, 2001.

Ficarra, Elise

Swelter.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 2005. Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Gach, Gary

Co-translator.  Songs for Tomorrow by Ko Un.  Los Angeles: Green Integer, 2007.

“Haiku.” Veterans of War, Veterans of Peace, ed. Maxine Hong Kingston (Koa Books, 2006). Co-translator.  Flowers of a Moment by Ko Un.  Rochester, New York: BOA Editions, Ltd, 2006.

Co-translator.  Ten Thousand Lives by Ko Un (introduction by Robert Hass).  Los Angeles: Green Integer, 2005.

Editor. What Book!? ~ Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop. Albany, CA:  Parallax Press, 1998. American Book Award.

Preparing the Ground: Poems 1960-1970.  (Illustrations by Brett Rohmer).  San Francisco: Heirs, International, 1970.

Gander, Forrest

Editor.  Connecting Lines:  New Poetry from Mexico (with Luis Cortex Bargallo).  New York: Sarabande Books, 2006.

Eye Against Eye.  New York:  New Directions, 2005.  Photographs by Sally Mann.

The Blue Rock Collection (with Rikki Ducornet).  Cambridge:  Salt Publications, 2004.

Imminent Visitor:  Selected Poems of Jaime Saenz.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2002.

Editor and Co-translator.  No Shelter:  Selected Poems of Pura Lopez-Colome (with the author).

Port Townsend, WA:  Graywolf Press, 2002.

Torn Awake.  New York:  New Directions, 2001. 

Science and Steepleflower.  New York:  New Directions, 1998.

Deeds of Utmost Kindness.  Middletown, CT:  Wesleyan University Press, 1994.

Lynchburg.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1993.

Editor and co-translator.  Mouth to Mouth:  Poems by Twelve Contemporary Mexican Women (with Ken Johnson).  Minneapolis:  Milkweed Editions, 1993.

Rush to the Lake.  Boston:  Alice James Books, 1988.

Glück, Robert

From I, BOOMBOX and “Architecture as Fate.” 

Going, Dale

Leaves from a Gradual. Bedford, MA: Potes & Poets Press, 2001.

The View They Arrange.  Berkeley: Kelsey St. Press, 1994.

As/Of The Whole.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 1990.

Gregg, Linda

In the Middle Distance.  St. Paul:  Graywolf Press, 2006

Too Bright to See & Alma: Poems.  St. Paul:  Graywolf Press, 2001

Things and Flesh.  St. Paul:  Graywolf Press, 1999.

Chosen by the Lion.  St. Paul:  Graywolf Press, 1995.

The Sacraments of Desire.  St. Paul:  Graywolf Press, 1992.

Too Bright to See.  St. Paul:  Graywolf Press, 1987.

Alma: Poems.  New York:  Random House, 1985.

Griggs, Rosemary

“By the Way,” “Woman in the Barn,” and “The grace of solitude offered by the automobile.” Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Sky Girl.  New York:  Fence Books, 2003.  Alberta Prize for poetry, 2003.

Hatami, Haleh

“The Woman Has Veto Power” and “Summoning.”  Let Me Tell You Where I’ve Been:  New Writing by Women of the Iranian Diaspora.  Fayetteville:  University of Arkansas Press, 2006.

“(Color:  Chinatown),” “(Color:  chocolate city),” “Epic in Brief (Or the Epic Enters Oakland),” “12 Songs of Optimism:  Second Song—People Honk for Peace.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Hollander, Benjamin

Vigilance.  Los Angeles:  Beyond Baroque Foundation, 2005.

Rituals of Truce and the Other Israeli.  Berkeley:  Parrhesia Press No. 1 / Listening Chamber, 2004.

Levinas and the Police.  Phoenix:  Chax Press, 2001.

Holler, David

Editor.  Parthenon West Review.  San Francisco: 2004.

Holt, Kelly

“Appreciation for Zero,” “Generous Emergency,” “Lost Penny,” “Plato’s Cage,” and “Baroque Contraband.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge:  Faux Press, 2006.

Jasson-Holt, Sophie

Unfold the Chaparral.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 1997.

Johnson, Honor

Baitor & Dorinda (with Edward Mycue).  1994

Small as a Resurrection.  Providence:  Lost Roads Press, 1983.

Herbal Poems.  San Francisco:  Heyeck Press, 1980.

Johnson, Roxane Beth

Jubilee.  Tallahassee:  Anhinga Press, 2006. 2005 Philip Levine Prize for Poetry.

Kaufman, Shirley

Threshold.  Port Townsend, WA:  Copper Canyon Press, 2003.

Translator.  Wieselteir, Meir.  The Flower of Anarchy:  Selected Poems..  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2003.

Co-editor.  The Defiant Muse:  Hebrew Feminist Poems from Antiquity:  A Bilingual Anthology. New York:  Feminist Press of CUNY, 1999.

Roots in the Air:  New & Selected Poems.  Port Townsend:  Copper Canyon Press, 1996.

Rivers of Salt.  Port Townsend, WA:  Copper Canyon Press, 1993.

Translator.   Kovner, Abba.  My Little Sister and Selected Poems, 1965-1985.  Oberlin, OH:  Oberlin College Press, 1986.

Translator.   Herzberg, Judith.  But What:  Selected Poems.  Oberlin, OH:  Oberlin College Press, 1984.

Claims:  A Poem.  New York:  Sheep Meadow Press, 1984.

From One Life to Another.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1979.

Gold Country.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1973.

The Floor Keeps Turning.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1970.

Kim, Geraldine

Povel.  New York:  Fence Books, 2005. 2004 Alberta Award.

Kittredge, Susanna

From “Lost Tales of the Book of Me.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA: Faux Press, 2006.

Latiner, Mark

From Muni Polaroids for Broken Exit:  “Something’s Coming,” “Entrance,” “Ghost,” “Smelly Fellow,” and “Downtown.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA: Faux Press, 2006.

Lau, Carolyn

Wode Shuofa (My Way of Speaking).  Sante Fe:  Tooth of Time Books, 1989.  1988 American Book Award.

Lohmann, Jeanne

The Light of Invisible Bodies. McKinleyville, CA: 2003.

Flying Horses. McKinleyville CA: Fithian, 2001.

Granite Under Water.  McKinleyville, CA: Fithian, 1996.

Between Silence and Answer. Wallingford, PA: Pendle Hill, 1994.

Anthologies:

The Gift of Experience.  Atlanta:  Atlanta Review Press, 2005.

Proposing on the Brooklyn Bridge:  Poems about Marriage.  CT: Grayson Books, 2003.

Fresh Water:  Poems from the Rivers, Lakes and Streams.  Columbus, OH: Pudding House, 2002.

Grrrr. Sausalito, California. Arctos Press, 2000.

Anthology of Magazine Verse/Yearbook of American Poetry, 1990.

Wild Song. Athens, GA: University of Georgia Press, 1998.

This Practice of Peace.  Santa Fe:  Sherman Asher, 1998.

A Small Box of Poets. San Francisco: Protean Press, 1994.

“Nothing so Wise” and “Lady on a Bus.”  Cries of the Spirit.  Boston: Beacon Press: 1991.

The Heart of the Flower. Goshen, CT: Chicory Blue, 1991.

Passages North: Ten-Year Anthology.  St. Paul, MN:  Milkweed Editions, 1990.

Only Morning in Her Shoes.  Provo:  Utah State University Press, 1990.

Her Soul Beneath the Bone.  Champaign, IL:  University of Illinois Press, 1988.

Anthology of Magazine Verse/Yearbook of American Poetry, 1988.

Anthology of Magazine Verse/Yearbook of American Poetry, 1987.

Prayers to Protest.  Columbus, OH: Pudding House, 1987. 

Anthology of Magazine Verse/Yearbook of American Poetry, 1986.

Lomax, Dana Teen

Currency.  Long Beach, CA:  Palm Press, 2006.

From WE/Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Room.  Davis, CA:  a+bend Press, 1999.               

Lowitz, Leza

Yoga Heart: Lines on the Six Perfections.  Berkeley, Calif.: Stone Bridge Press, 2011.

Translator. America and Other Poems by Ayukawa Nobuo.  New York: Kaya Press, 2007. 

Yoga Poems: Lines to Unfold By. Berkeley: Stone Bridge Press, 2000; reprint 2006.

Yoga: Poems Pour L'Eveil. Paris: Editions de L'Eveil, 2006.

Yoga Poems. Tokyo: Doyobijutsukan, 2005.

Green Tea to Go: Stories from Tokyo. New York: Printed Matter Press, 2003; reprint 2006.

100 Aspects of the Moon: Poems. New York: Printed Matter Press, 2003.

Sacred Sanskrit Words: For Yoga, Chant and Meditation.  Berkeley:  Stone Bridge Press, 2005; reprint 2006.

Editor.  The Japan Journals 1947-2004 by Donald Richie.  Berkeley:  Stone Bridge Press, 2005.

Designing with Kanji: Japanese Character Motifs for Surface, Skin & Spirit.  Berkeley:  Stone Bridge Press, 2004. 

Editor.  MANOA JOURNAL--Silence to Light: Japan and the Shadows of War.  Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2001.

Editor.  MANOA JOURNAL--Towards A Literature of the Periphery.  Honolulu:  University of Hawaii Press, 1988.

Old Ways to Fold New Paper. Berkeley:  Wandering Mind, 1997.

Translator.  Violet Obsession: Poems by Yayoi Kusama.  Berkeley:  Wandering Mind, 1997.

Beautiful Japan: A Souvenir. Tokyo:  Charles E. Tuttle, 1996.

Editor, co-translator.  A Long Rainy Season: Contemporary Japanese Women's Poetry, Volume I. Berkeley:  Stone Bridge Press, 1995.

Editor, co-translator.  Other Side River: Contemporary Japanese Women's Poetry, Volume II. Berkeley:  Stone Bridge Press, 1995.

Translator.  Japan: Spirit and Form by Shuichi Kato.  Tokyo:  Charles E. Tuttle, 1994.

Translator.  Inside and Other Short Fiction: Japanese Women by Japanese Women. Tokyo: Kodansha International, 2006.

Cloud View Poets: Master Classes with David St. John.  Sausalito:  Arctos Press, 2005.

Translator.  The Poetry of Men's Lives: An International Anthology.  Athens, GA:  University of Georgia Press, 2004.

If Women Ruled the World.  San Francisco and Maui:  Inner Ocean, 2004.

Comfort Prayers. Riverside, NJ:  Andrews McMeel, 2004.

Erotic Haiku. Tokyo:  Yahan, 2004.

100 Poets Against the War. Cambridge, UK: Salt Press, 2003.

Translation. A Chorus For Peace. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2002.

Awaiting a Lover. New York: Viking Penguin, 2001.

RUNES: An Anthology. Sausalito: Arctos Press, 2000.

Translator. It’s a Woman's World: A Century of Women’s Voices in Poetry. New York: Dutton, 2000.

GRRR: A Collection of Poems About Bears. Sausalito: Arctos Press, 2000.

Major, Devorah

Editor.  The Other Side of the Postcard.  San Francisco:  City Lights Foundation Books, 2005.

With More Than Tongue.  San Francisco:  Creative Arts, 2003.

Where River Meets Ocean.  San Francisco:  City Lights Foundation Books, 2003.

Street Smarts.  Willimantic, CT:  Curbstone Press, 1996.  PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Award for Excellence in Literature.

Secrets Put Inside My Soul.  San Francisco:  San Francisco Fine Arts Museums, 1995.

Editor (with Jorge Argueta).  Who Has Looked in Your Mirror? An Anthology of Poems from Poets in the Galleries.  San Francisco: San Francisco Fine Arts Museums, 1994.

Mangold, Sarah

Household Mechanics.  Kalamazoo, MI:  New Issues Poetry Press, 2002.  New Issues Poetry Prize, selected by C.D. Wright.

Blood Substitutes.  Elmwood, CT:  Potes & Poets Press, 1998.

Marlis, Stefanie

Fine.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2000.

Rife.  Louisville:  Sarabande, 1998.

Sheet of Glass.  Cedarville, CA:  Floating Island, 1994.

Slow Joy.  Madison, WI:  University of Wisconsin Press, 1989.Brittingham Prize.

Red Tools.  Story, Wyoming:  Dooryard Press, 1984.

Mayes, Frances

Ex Voto.  Providence:  Lost Roads Publisher, 1995.

Acquíl:  Gold over Blue.  San Francisco:  Heyeck Press, 1984.

Hours.  Providence:  Lost Roads Publisher, 1984.

The Arts of Fire.  San Francisco:  Heyeck Press, 1982.

After Such Pleasures.  Seven Woods Press, 1979.

January 6, Quartet of Four.  Illustrated by Wayne Johnson.  The Flowering Quince Poetry Series, Number One.   San Francisco:  Heyeck Press, 1978.

Peach and Glass:  On a Still Life by Georgia O’Keeffe.  San Francisco:  Heyeck Press, 1977.

McClure, Michael

Plum Stones / Cartoons of No Heaven.  Oakland:  O Books, 2002.

Rain Mirror:  New Poems.  New York:  New Directions, 1999.

Huge Dreams:  San Francisco and Beat Poetry.  New York:  Penguin, 1999.

Three Poems:  Dolphin Skull, Rare Angel, and Dark Brown.  New York:  Penguin, 1995.

Simple Eyes and Other Poems.  New York:  New Directions, 1994.

Rebel Lions.  New York:  New Directions, 1991.

Michael McClure:  Selected Poems.  New York:  New Directions, 1986.

Hymn to St. Geryon and Dark Brown.  San Francisco:  Grey Fox Press, 1979.

Antechamber and Other Poems.  New York:  New Directions, 1979.

The Grabbing of the Fairy:  A Masque.   St. Paul:  Truck Press, 1978

Fragments of Perseus.  New York:  Jordan Davies, 1978.

Jaguar Skies.  New York:  New Directions, 1975.

September Blackberries.  New York:  New Directions, 1974.

Rare Angel (Writ with Raven’s Blood).  Los Angeles:  Black Sparrow Press, 1974.

A Fist Full:  Poems 1956-1957.   Los Angeles:  Black Sparrow Press, 1974.

Solstice Blossom.  Berkeley:  Berkeley:  Arif Press, 1973.

The Cherub.  Los Angeles:  Black Sparrow Press, 1970.

Poetry Star.  New York:  Grove Press, 1970.

Little Odes & Raptors:  Poems and a Play.  Los Angeles:  Black Sparrow Press, 1969.

Plane Pomes.  New York:  Phoenix Book Shop, 1969.

Ghost Tantras.  San Francisco:  City Lights, 1967.

Poison Wheat.  San Francisco:  City Lights, 1966.

Meat Science Essays.  San Francisco:  City Lights, 1963.

The New Book / A Book of Torture.  New York:  Grove Press, 1961.

For Artaud.  New York:  Totem Press, 1959.

McFerrin, Linda Watanabe

Redemption Is Something We Haven’t Figured On.  Berkeley:  Berkeley Poets’ Workshop and Press, 1990.

McPherson, Brydie

From “Shack.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Mirosevich, Toni

My Oblique Strategies.  Normal, IL:  Thorngate Road Press, 2006.  

2005 winner of the Frank O’Hara Award.

Queer Street. Cincinnati: Custom Words, 2005.

The Rooms We Make Our Own. Ann Arbor: Firebrand Books, 2003.

Trio (with Ed Smallfield and Charlotte Muse). Albany, CA:  Specter Press, 1995.

Morrison, Yedda

“From Girl Scout Nation” and “Shelter Cove.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young. Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Shed. Davis, CA: a+bend press, 2003.

Crop. Berkeley: Kelsey Street Press, 2003.

Editor. Tripwire: A Journal of Poetics (with David Buuck).

Muske-Dukes, Carol

Sparrow.  New York:  Random House, 2004.

An Octave above Thunder.  New York:  Penguin, 1997.

Applause.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1989.

Wyndmere.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 1987.

Nissim, Jesse

Alphabet for M.  Chicago:  Dancing Girl Press, 2007. 

Pringle, Kathryn

Temper & Felicity Are Lovers.  Oakland:  Taxt Press, 2006.

Reyes, Barbara Jane

From Poeta en San Francisco:  A Work in Progress and “History is Written on the Walls:  A Walking Tour of SoMa.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Poeta en San Francisco:  A Work in Progress.  Kaneohe, HI:  Tinfish Press, 2005.  2005 James Laughlin Award, Academy of American Poets.

Gravities of Center.  San Francisco:  Arkipelago Press, 2003.

Robles, Jaime  

Hoard. Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2013.

Anime Animus Anima. Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2010.

Rodefer, Stephen

“Brief to Butterick” and “Stewed and Fraught with Birds.”  Vanishing Points:  Anthologies, ed. Rod Mengham and John Kinsella.  Cambridge:  Salt Publishing, 2004.

Mon Canard:  Six Poems.  Great Barrington, MA:  The Figures, 2000.

Left Under a Cloud.  Berkeley:  Small Press Distribution, 2000.

Answer to Doctor Agathon.  Berkeley:  Small Press Distribution, 1996.

Translator (with Geoff Ward and Ian Patterson).  Rilke I IV VI by Rainer Maria Rilke.  Cambridge:  Poetical Histories, No. 31, 1994.

“Pretext,” “Codex,” and “From Plane Debris.”  Postmodern American Poetry, ed. Paul Hoover. New York, W. W. Norton, 1994.

Writing Out of Character: Hid Lip/The Romaniad/Kobro (with John Wilkinson and Rod Mengham).  Berkeley:  Small Press Distribution, 1992.

Double Imperative Landscapes/Daydreams of Frascatti (with Chip Sullivan).  Berkeley:  Small Press Distrbution, 1992. 

Passing Duration.  Providence:  Burning Deck Press, 1991.

Emergency Measures.  Great Barrington, MA:  The Figures, 1987.

Safety.  Marjory Cantor, 1985.

Oriflamme Day (with Benjamin Friedlander).  San Francisco:  Phraseology, 1984.

Four Lectures.  Berkeley:  The Figures, 1982.

Plane Debris.  Berkeley:  Tuumba, 1981.

The Bell Clerk’s Tears Keep Flowing.  Berkeley:  The Figures, 1978.

Translator.  Villon by Jean Calais.  Pick Pocket Series, 1976.

One or Two Love Poems from the White World.  Duende, 1976.

Rosenthal, Sarah

Manhatten. San Francisco: Spuyten Duyvil, 2009.

“From Manhattan.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

sitings.  Davis, CA:  a+bend press, 2000.

not-chicago.  San Francisco:  Melodeon Poetry Systems, 1998.

Saidenberg, Jocelyn

Negativity.  Berkeley:  Atelos, 2006.

From The Beginner:  Book I, “The Residue”; Book II, “The Coloring Book of Existence” and Book III, “Obey.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Dusky.  Brooklyn:  Belladonna Books, 2002.

Cusp.  Berkeley:  Kelsey Street, 2001.

Mortal City.  Parenthesis Press, 1998.

Co-editor.  Krupskaya Press.

Schiffman, Lauren

“Dawn-Shadow Spells.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Schultz, Kathy Lou

Some Vague Wife.  Berkeley:  Atelos Press, 2002.

Genealogy.  Davis, CA:  a + bend press, 1999.

Re dress.  San Francisco:  14 Hills Press, 1994.  Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Editorial Advisory Board.  HOW2:  Contemporary Innovative Writing, 2000 to present.

Editor.  Lipstick Eleven (literary magazine), 1996 to present. 
Co-editor. HOW2:  Contemporary Innovative Writing:  Forum on Class and Poetics.  Vol. I, No. 2, September 1999. 

Seiffodini, Farnoosh

“Dokhtar-e Amrika-I” and “Dokhtar-e Irani.”  Let Me Tell You Where I’ve Been:  New Writing by Women of the Iranian Diaspora.  Fayetteville:  University of Arkansas Press, 2006.

Shiroma, Jerrold

Untitled Object.  Elmwood, CT:  Potes & Poets Press, 2000.

2 Poems.  Davis, CA:  A+bend Press, 2000.

Shufran, Lauren

Burrow.  San Francisco:  Hooke Press, 2006.

Shultz, Kathy Lou

Some Vague Wife.  Berkeley:  Atelos Press, 2002.

Genealogy.  Davis, CA:  A+bend Press, 1999.

Re dress.  San Francisco:  Fourteen Hills Press, 1994. 

Michael Rubin Chapbook Award.

Shlah, Zaid

Taqsim.  Seattle:  Zenane Independent Media, 2006.

Smallfield, Edward

One Hundred Famous Views of Edo (with Doug MacPherson).  Berkeley:  Battery Press, 2004.

The Pleasures of C.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2001.

Trio (with Toni Mirosevich and Charlotte Muse).  Albany, CA:  Specter Press, 1995.

Smith, Logan Ryan

“vine time,” “strawberry fields,” and “shadow over.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young. Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Snow, Carol

The Seventy Propositions.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2004.

For.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2000.

Bowl.  Mill Valley, CA:  Em Press, 1998 (limited edition).

Breath as.  Mill Valley, CA:  Em Press, 1994 (limited edition).

Artist and Model.  New York:  Atlantic Monthly Press, 1989.  National Poetry Series winner. 

1990 Poetry Center Book Award, SFSU.

Stein, Suzanne

From “Shack.”  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006. Editor.  Taxt (poetry chapbooks).

Strang, Brian

Incretions.  Brooklyn:  Spuyten Duyvil Press, 2004.

Machinations.  Sausalito, CA:  Duration Press, Normal School:  hommage a Beckett.  San Francisco:  lyric& press, 2002.

A Draft of L Cavatinas:  Letters to EZ.  Elmwood, CT:  Potes and Poets Press, 2000.

movements in avenues in rows.  Davis, CA:  a + bend press, 

Co-editor.  26:  A Journal of Poetry and Poetics.

Sweeney, Chad

Writing Up the Wall: Fifteen Years of Poetry and Prose by Teachers of the National Writers Corps.  San Francisco:  WritersCorps Books, 2008.

Translator (with Mojdeh Marashi).  Arghavaan:  The Selected Poems of H.E. Sayeh.  Tehran, Iran: Wellspring Press (Nashre Cheshmeh) 2007.

Editor.  College Spotlight Series.  Berkeley:  Poetry Flash, 2006-2007.

A Mirror to Shatter the Hammers.  Saxtons River, VT:  TarpaulinSky. 2006.

Editor.  World Outside the Frame: Poetry and Photography by Mission Youth.  San Francisco: Writers Corps Books, 2006.

Editor.  Happiness and Hunger: Poetry and Images by Mission Youth Poets.  San Francisco: WritersCorps Books, 2005.

Editor. Murals of Me: Poems and Images by Mercy Youth.  San Francisco: WritersCorps Books, 2005.

Editor.  The Seed of the Free: Poems by Antoinette Osborne.  San Francisco:  WritersCorps Books, 2005.

Editor. Dream Graffiti: Poems by Robin Black .  San Francisco:  WritersCorps Books, 2005. Editor. Parthenon West Review.  San Francisco: 2004 to the present.

Editor.  The Seed of the Free: Poetry of the Mission.  San Francisco: WritersCorps Books, 2004.

Editor.  My People: Poetry of the World.  San Francisco:  WritersCorps Books, 2004.

Editor.  Standing in the Sky:  Mission Youth Poets.  San Francisco:  WritersCorps Books, 2003.

Editor.  Wild Eye: Poetry by San Francisco Youth Poets.  San Francisco:  WritersCorps Books, 2003.

Nail by Nail the Sunlight.  New York: Urban Iris Press, 2003

Mushrooms.  San Francisco: 3300 Press / Free Radical Poetry Series 1995

Relearning the Tongue.  Oklahoma City: Broncho Press, 1993  

Swensen, Cole

The Glass Age.  Farmington, ME:  Alice James Books, 2007.

The Book of a Hundred Hands.  Iowa City:  University of Iowa Press, 2005.

Goest.  Farmington, ME:  Alice James Books, 2004.  National Book Award Finalist. Noon.  Los Angeles:  Green Integer, 2003.

Co-translator.  Distant Noise by Jean Fremon.  Penngrove, CA:  Avec Books, 2003.

Such Rich Hour.  Iowa City:  University of Iowa Press, 2001.

Oh.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2000.

And Hand.  Davis, CA:  a + bend Press, 2000.

Try.  Iowa City:  University of Iowa Press, 1999.

Paolo Uccello Examines the Sky.  Fife, Scotland:  Dolphin Press, 1999.

Translator.  Natural Gaits by Pierre Alfani.  Los Angeles:  Sun and Moon, 1995.

Numen.  Providence:  Burning Deck Press, 1995.

Park.  San Francisco:  Floating Island Publications, 1991.

New Math.  New York:  William Morrow and Company, 1988.  National Poetry Series Award.

It’s Alive, She Says.  San Francisco:  Small Press Distribution, 1984.

Tomash, Barbara

The Secret of White.  Brooklyn:  Spuyten Duyvil, 2007.

Flying in Water.  Austin, TX:  Winnow Press, 2006. 

Winnow First Poetry Award, 2005.

Tu, Hung Q.

A Great Ravine.   San Diego:  Parentheses Writing Series,

Verisimilitude.  Berkeley:  Atelos Press, 2000.

Structures of Feeling.  San Francisco:  Krupskaya, 2003

Tran, Truong

Within the Margin.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2004.

Dust and Conscience (Book of the Familiar).  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2004.  2002 Poetry Center Award, SFSU.

placing the accents.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 1999.

Treadwell, Elizabeth

Birds & Fancies.  Exeter, UK:  Shearsman Books, 2007.

Wardolly.  Phoenix:  Chax Press, 2007.

Cornstarch Figurine.  Stauffhausen, Switzerland:  Dusie Press, 2006.

From Wardolly.  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Eve Doe:  Prior to Landscape.  Davis, CA:  a + bend press,

Vincent, Stephen

Walking Theory.  Northampton, MA:  Junction Press, 2007.

From Walking.  Bay Area Poetics, ed. Stephanie Young.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Press, 2006.

Triggers (ebook).   Exeter, UK:  Shearsman, 2005.

Sleeping with Sappho.  Cambridge, MA:  Faux Books, 2004.

Walking.  New York:  Junction Press, 1993.

Publisher and Editor.  San Francisco:  Momo’s Press, 1974-1986.

Passage.  San Francisco:  Meadow Press, 1983.

Poetry Review Editor.  San Francisco Review of Books, 1974-1980.

Now Everyone Knows Childcare.  San Francisco:  Momo’s Press, 1980.

Five on the Western Edge (with Beau Beusoleil, Steve Books, Hilton Obenzinger, and Larry Felson).  San Francisco:  Momo’s Press, 1977.

The Ballad of Artie Bremer.  San Francisco:  Momo’s Press, 1974.

Founding Coordinator.   California’s Poetry-in-the-Schools Program, 1971-1973.

White Lights & Whale Hearts.  Trumansburg, NY:  The Crossing Press, 1971.

Piece by Piece.  Nsukka, Nigeria:  Redberry / Okike Publications, 1967.

Wangmo Dhompa, Tsering

In the Absent Everyday.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2005.

Rules of the House.  Berkeley:  Apogee Press, 2003.

Walker, Laura

Follow–Haswed. Berkeley: Apogee Press, 2012.

bird book. Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2011.

rimertown/an atlas. Berkeley: UC Press, 2008.

Swarm.  Berkeley:  Battery Press, 2004.

Wargo, Shari

Passing Flames. San Francisco:  LuLu Press, 2006.

Withers, Meg

Must Be Present to Win. Denver: Ghost Road Press, 2006.