…research won’t guarantee; / tongues commonly inaccurate: from Erik Satie (1866-1925), French composer: “Although our information is inaccurate, we do not guarantee it.” 537.12 loving song greater than / anything—unhappiness:… more

LZ Library List Compiled by CZ

Go to Library List at the HRC Note: names and titles lack accent marks to facilitate the search function Author Title Publication Information Date Ascribed Inscription/Notes Marginalia Degree of Damage… more

Works about LZ

…LZ as literary editor]. Oliphant, Dave and Gena Dagel, eds. Lawrence, Jarry, Zukofsky: A Triptych—Manuscript Collections at Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center . Austin, TX: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center,… more


…on circumstances unsearchable to beings with our capacities. Every race of animals seems to have received from their Maker certain laws of extension at the time of their formation. Their… more

Chronology of LZ’s Compositions and Publications

…(27 Jan) During the Passaic Strike of 1926 (18 April) [29P 7] Stubbing the cloud-fields—the searchlight, high (3 May) [29P 11] (I Wait for the Train) (10 May) (For a… more


…seed and germ of spirit. Sages who searched with their heart’s thought discovered The existent’s kinship in the non-existent . Transversely was their severing line extended: What was above it… more

LZ Library at the Harry Ransom Humanities Center

The information below was compiled by Cathy Henderson and is reproduced with permission of the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.B = books used for… more

Catullus (1969) with Celia Zukofsky

…1968) [in “Test of Translation”]. Catullus 60. the silent Zero, in search of Sound, ed. Eric Sackheim. NY: Grossman, 1968. Catullus Fragmenta . London: Turret Books (Jan.1969) [limited ed.]. “Peliaco… more


…Amir’s men came up and commenced to search the ground for the crouching partridge, while the hawk watched the proceedings from fifty yards’ distance. After a minute or two a… more

Editor’s Notes

…of this website in order to avoid the interminable problem of dead links. In most cases, sources are quoted extensively enough that it is an easy matter to search for… more