This companion to the works of the American poet Louis
Zukofsky (1904-1978) is a site in progress without end.
This is conceived as a collaborative project, and all additions,
corrections and suggestions—however small—are
||William Carlos Williams
Zukofsky’s Works (see Bibliography for
||Arise, arise (1973)
||Bottom: On Shakespeare (2002)
||Collected Fiction (1990)
||Complete Short Poetry (1991)
||Prepositions +: The Collected Critical Essays (2000)
||A Test of Poetry (2000)
||Pound/Zukofsky: Selected Letters of Ezra Pound and Louis
||Selected Letters of Louis Zukofsky (2013) (see Letters above)
||The Correspondence of William Carlos Williams and Louis
||Humanities Research Center, University of Texas (the primary
collection of LZ's papers: reference numbers indicate box and folder)
||American Heritage Dictionary
The following three pioneering works are familiar to all
serious readers of LZ and inevitably crop up throughout
the notes, so they are referenced simply by the authors’
names without further title information:
Ahearn, Barry. Zukofsky's "A": An Introduction.
University of California Press, 1983.
Scroggins, Mark. Louis Zukofsky and the Poetry of Knowledge.
Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 1998.
Terrell, Carroll F. Ed. Louis Zukofsky, Man and Poet.
Orono, Maine: National Poetry Foundation, 1979.
Other citations to surname only refer to the book publication
as opposed to articles of the given author.
Special thanks to Hendry Ong for design and technical
assistance and to Margit Waas for invaluable proof-reading
and other editorial advice.