List of magazine appearances 1944 - 1999


1) Aftermath Of A Lengthy Rejection Slip, Story Vol. 24 No. 106 (1944) pg.97
2) 20 Tanks From Kasseldown, Portfolio Vol. 3 (1946) pg.8
3) Hello!, Matrix Vol. 9 No. 2 (1946) pg.13
4) Soft And Fat Like Summer Roses, Matrix Vol. 9 No. 2 (1946) pg.10
5) The Reason Behind Reason, Matrix Vol. 9 No. 2 (1946) pg.11
6) Love, Love, Love, Matrix Vol. 9 No. 3/4 (1946) pg.46
7) Object Lesson, Matrix Vol. 9 No. 3/4 (1946) pg.46
8) Voice In A New York Subway, Matrix Vol. 9 No. 3/4 (1946) pg.11
9) Cacoethes Scribendi, Matrix Vol. 10 No. 3/4 (1947) pg.32
10) Hard Without Music, Matrix Vol. 11 No. 1/2 (1948) pg.41
11) The Look, Matrix (1951) pg.41
12) Wash, Harlequin (1956)
13) These Things, Quixote No. 12 (1956) pg.13
14) You Smoke A Cigarette, Quixote No. 12 (1956) pg.52
15) Layover, Naked Ear No. 9 (1956)
16) 80 Airplanes Don't Put You In The Clear, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.16
17) Death Wants More Death, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.25
18) Did I Ever Tell You?, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.19
19) Essay On The Wine Gnat, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.3
20) For They Had Things To Say, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.4
21) My Father, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.27
22) On A Night You Don't Sleep, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.15
23) Sun Coming Down, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.11
24) The Editors Say, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.26
25) The Piano That Ate A Man, A Shirt And A Lion, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.12
26) The Rapist's Story, Harlequin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1957) pg.5
27) As The Sparrow, Quixote No. 13 (1957) pg.64
28) Poem For Personnel Managers, Quixote No. 13 (1957) pg.60
29) Treason, Beloit Poetry Journal Vol. 8 No. 2 (1957) pg.4
30) Mine, Semina No. 2 (1957)
31) 1975, Existaria No. 7 (1957) pg.4
32) Adventures Of A Bug, Existaria No. 7 (1957) pg.4
33) Friendly Advice To A Lot Of Young Men, And A Lot Of Old Men Too, Existaria No. 7 (1957) pg.5
34) 10 Lions And The End Of The World, San Francisco Review No. 1 (1958) pg.67
35) I Cannot Stand Tears, San Francisco Review No. 1 (1958) pg.66
36) Hell Yes, The Hydrogen Bomb, Quixote No. 19 (1958) pg.27
37) All-Yellow Flowers, Compass Review No. 2 (1958) pg.20
38) Some Notes Of Dr. Klarstein, Hearse No. 2 (1958)
39) The Hunted, Quicksilver Vol. 11 No. 2 (1958) pg.13
40) The Gypsies Near Del Mar, Approach No. 27 (1958) pg.21
41) On Seeing An Old Civil War Painting With My Love, Approach No. 28 (1958) pg.30
42) The Life Of Borodin, Quicksilver Vol. 11 No. 3 (1958) pg.12
43) I Taste The Ashes Of Your Death, Nomad Vol. 1 (1959) pg.14
44) On The Failure Of A Poet, On The Failure Of The Earth, Nomad Vol. 1 (1959) pg.12
45) Regard Me, Nomad Vol. 1 (1959) pg.15
46) Winter Comes In A Lot Of Places In August, Nomad Vol. 1 (1959) pg.16
47) The Birds, Gallows No. 1 (1959)
48) What A Man I Was, Gallows No. 1 (1959)
49) An Odd Day Destroying Beauty, Half Moon No. 1 (1959) pg.14
50) I Live Too Near The Slaughterhouse, Odyssey Magazine Vol. 11 No. 1 (1959)
51) When Hugo Wolf Went Mad, Odyssey Magazine Vol. 11 No. 1 (1959)
52) I Taste The Ashes Of Your Death, Promotion Vol. 1 No. 1 (1959)
53) Dow Jones: Down, Coastlines No. 12 (1959) pg.14
54) The Death Of A Roach, EPOS Vol. 11 No. 2 (1959) pg.14
55) The Day I Kicked A Bankroll Out The Window, Quicksilver Vol. 12 No. 2 (1959) pg.20
56) And So We Go Our Way, Views Vol. 5 No. 2 (1959) pg.46
57) Not Quite So Soon, Views Vol. 5 No. 2 (1959) pg.47
58) The Crowded Men, Wanderlust Vol. 2 No. 2 (1959) pg.29
59) I Think Of The Olden Armies, Flame Vol. 6 No. 3 (1959) pg.18
60) Soiree, EPOS Vol. 10 No. 4 (1959) pg.10
61) The Twins, Galley Sail Review Vol. 1 No. 4 (1959) pg.16
62) Bring Down The Beams, Hearse No. 4 (1959)
63) Manifesto: A Call For Our Own Critics, Nomad Vol. 5/6 (1960)
64) So Much For The Knifers, So Much For The Bellowing Dawns, Nomad Vol. 5/6 (1960) pg.5
65) The Day It Rained At The Los Angeles County Museum, Nomad Vol. 5/6 (1960) pg.7
66) I Saw A Tramp Last Night, Scimitar And Song July (1960)
67) All I Know, Today The Stars Avalon Anthology (1960)
68) Down Thru The Marching, EPOS Vol. 12 No. 1 (1960) pg.8
69) Wrong Number, Free Lance Vol. 6 No. 1 (1960) pg.20
70) Anthony, Literary Artpress Vol. 2 No. 1 (1960) pg.3
71) Hello, Willie Shoemaker, RongWrong No. 1 (1960)
72) Letter From The North, RongWrong No. 1 (1960)
73) The State Of World Affairs From A 3rd Floor Window, RongWrong No. 1 (1960)
74) Home Of The Beatnik: Venice, California., Merlin's Magic Vol. 1 No. 10 June (1960) pg.1
75) The Loser, The Sparrow No. 14 (1960) pg.13
76) Love Is A Piece Of Paper Torn To Bits, Coastlines No. 14/15 (1960) pg.55
77) No Charge, Coastlines No. 14/15 (1960) pg.54
78) Plea To A Passing Maid, Coastlines No. 14/15 (1960) pg.54
79) Where The Hell Would Chopin Be?, Beatitude No. 16 (1960)
80) Portions From A Wine-Stained Notebook, Simbolica No. 19 (1960) pg.15
81) The Sun Wields Mercy, EPOS Vol. 12 No. 2 (1960) pg.6
82) Conversation In A Cheap Room, Galley Sail Review Vol. 2 No. 2 June (1960) pg.12
83) Riot, Quagga Vol. 1 No. 2 (1960) pg.13
84) Peace, Quicksilver Vol. 13 No. 2 (1960) pg.10
85) To The Whore Who Took My Poems, Quagga Vol. 1 No. 3 (1960) pg.13
86) Prayer For Broken-Handed Lovers, Quicksilver Vol. 13 No. 3 (1960) pg.12
87) The Japanese Wife, Targets No. 3 (1960) pg.16
88) Ashes, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.14
89) Conversation On A Telephone, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.13
90) Gambier, Oh!, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.15
91) Hermit In The City, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.16
92) Home From A Room Below The Plains, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.17
93) Horse On Fire, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.19
94) Pull Me Through The Temples, Pull Me Through The Wine, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.18
95) The Tragedy Of The Leaves, Targets - A Signature of Charles Bukowski No. 4 (1960) pg.20
96) One Evening By The Hills, Wanderlust Vol. 2 No. 4 (1960) pg.24
97) It's Nothing To Laugh About, Impetus No. 5 (1960) pg.14
98) H-Bomb, Scimitar And Song Vol. 22 No. 7 (1960)
99) To A Lady Who Was Once Interested In The Arts, Merlin's Magic Vol. 1 No. 8 April (1960) pg.5
100) She Lives In The Wind, Scimitar And Song Vol. 22 No. 9 March (1960)
101) Side Of The Sun, Light Year (1961) pg.16
102) Saying Goodbye To Love, Oak Leaves (1961)
103) Beagle, Descant Vol. 6 No. 1 (1961) pg.24
104) Export, Descant Vol. 6 No. 1 (1961) pg.26
105) Many Ways, Descant Vol. 6 No. 1 (1961) pg.25
106) A Real Thing, A Good Woman, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.51
107) And Then: Age, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.53
108) Go With The Rockets And The Blondes, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.51
109) Hooray Say The Roses, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.48
110) I Am With The Roots Of Flowers, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.50
111) Love In A Back Room On The Row, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.53
112) Nothing Subtle, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.53
113) Old Man, Dead In A Room, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.52
114) Pay Your Rent Or Get Out, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.48
115) Shoes, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.49
116) To A High Class Whore I Refused, Outsider No. 1 (1961) pg.52
117) The Way To Review A Play And Keep Everybody Happy But Me, Renaissance Vol. 1 No. 1 (1961) pg.71
118) 10:30 P.M., Sun No. 1 (1961)
119) I've Fought Them From The Moment I Saw Light From The Womb, Sun No. 1 (1961)
120) Serligev, Venture Vol. 4 No. 1 (1961) pg.62
121) Program On The Sand, Experiment Vol. 8 No. 1/2 (1961)
122) Why Are All Your Poems Personal?, Wanderlust No. 10 (1961) pg.19
123) All The Rotting Week-Day Boats (San Pedro, California), Wanderlust No. 11 (1961)
124) Ringed Bathtub, Peacock Or Bell, Signet Vol. 3 No. 12 (1961) pg.10
125) The Ants, Signet Vol. 3 No. 12 (1961) pg.9
126) The Priest And The Matador, EPOS Vol. 13 No. 2 (1961) pg.6
127) Ants Crawl My Drunken Arms, Literary Artpress Vol. 2 No. 2 (1961) pg.22
128) No Title At All, Midwest No. 2 (1961) pg.14
129) An Agreement On Tchaikovsky, RongWrong No. 2 (1961) pg.5
130) You Can't Get Something Without The Belly-Ache Of A Bullet, And I Guess The Mushroom Now, Simbolica No. 20 (1961) pg.14
131) Ample Sewers, Simbolica No. 21 (1961) pg.2
132) Dialogue: Dead Man On The Fence, Simbolica No. 21 (1961) pg.3
133) 6x9, Simbolica No. 22 (1961)
134) Primer For Students Of Love, Simbolica No. 22 (1961)
135) Some Notes On Bach And Hayden, Simbolica No. 22 (1961)
136) The Powerful Way Of Mystery Is Li(k)e A Glad(io)la Bl(oo)***ing, Simbolica No. 22 (1961)
137) Till Eulenspiegel And Me, Simbolica No. 22 (1961)
138) Death Comes Too Slowly Like Ants Take To A Fallen Fig, Canto Vol. 1 No. 3 (1961)
139) The Night I Nodded To George Raft In Vegas, Canto Vol. 1 No. 3 (1961) pg.22
140) Very, Canto Vol. 1 No. 3 (1961) pg.23
141) A Minor Impulse To Complain, Midwest No. 3 (1961)
142) Monday Beach, Cold Day, Midwest No. 3 (1961)
143) Sundays Kill More Men Than Bombs, Midwest No. 3 (1961)
144) Vegas, Quicksilver Vol. 14 No. 3 (1961) pg.18
145) Evening Class, 20 Years Later, EPOS Vol. 12 No. 4 (1961) pg.13
146) A Disorganized Poem On A Disorganized Day, With Women Running In And Out And The Price Of Beer Up 2¢ A Can, Anagogic & Paideumic Review No. 5 (1961)
147) I Get All The Breaks, Anagogic & Paideumic Review No. 5 (1961)
148) Poem For My Little Dog Who Growls Quite Well, Anagogic & Paideumic Review No. 5 (1961)
149) Scaled Like A Fish, Anagogic & Paideumic Review No. 5 (1961)
150) Light Light Light, Merlin's Magic Vol. 2 No. 5 January (1961) pg.1
151) On Crusts And Such, Targets No. 5 (1961) pg.25
152) The Sunday Artist, Targets No. 5 (1961) pg.24
153) No Title, Anagogic & Paideumic Review No. 6 (1961)
154) Poem For Liz, Anagogic & Paideumic Review No. 6 (1961)
155) An Incident Outside Normandy, Merlin's Magic Vol. 2 No. 6 February-March (1961) pg.4
156) I Am Visited By An Editor And A Poet, Hearse No. 7 (1961)
157) The Old Movies, Hearse No. 7 (1961)
158) Night Animal, Merlin's Magic Vol. 2 No. 7 April (1961) pg.2
159) 3:30 A.M. Conversation, Targets No. 7 (1961) pg.10
160) The Elephant, Targets No. 7 (1961) pg.16
161) The Sheet, Targets No. 7 (1961) pg.12
162) A Literary Romance, Hearse No. 8 (1961)
163) An Argument Over Marshall Foch, Hearse No. 8 (1961)
164) Transition, Hearse No. 8 (1961)
165) Candidate Middle Of Left-Right Center, San Francisco Review No. 8 (1961)
166) Face While Shaving, San Francisco Review No. 8 (1961)
167) The Best Way To Get Famous Is To Run Away, San Francisco Review No. 8 (1961)
168) After Receiving A Contributor's Copy Of Nothing After A 3-Year Wait, Targets No. 8 (1961) pg.15
169) A Drink To The Fool, Signet Vol. 3 No. 9 (1961) pg.9
170) Half Asleep Beside A Mourning Window, Signet Vol. 3 No. 9 (1961) pg.10
171) The Rented Room Of Winter, Signet Vol. 3 No. 9 (1961) pg.8
172) Bistro Scene, Or: Skid Row: Hollywood, Mummy (1962) pg.17
173) Love Is A Form Of Selfishness, Mummy (1962) pg.15
174) Madness, Mummy (1962) pg.16
175) Sartre Will Shave, Mummy (1962) pg.14
176) New York As I Remember It? And I Guess It Hasn't Changed, Black Cat Review No. 1 (1962)
177) Fast Pace, Brand X No. 1 (1962)
178) 2 Views, EPOS Vol. 14 No. 1 (1962) pg.8
179) Room Service, Outcry No. 1 (1962)
180) 2 Outside, As Bones Break In My Kitchen, Quicksilver Vol. 15 No. 1 (1962) pg.14
181) A Poem Is A City, Targets No. 10 (1962) pg.28
182) Have You Ever Pulled A Lion's Tail?, Targets No. 10 (1962) pg.24
183) Imbecile Night, Targets No. 10 (1962) pg.26
184) Counsel, Targets No. 11 (1962) pg.4
185) Our Breath's Fondness Burns Like Gruel In Beggary, Targets No. 11 (1962) pg.2
186) Out Of It, Targets No. 11 (1962) pg.6
187) Mongolian Coasts Shining In Light, Targets No. 12 (1962) pg.39
188) 9 Rings, Choice No. 2 (1962) pg.48
189) Sick Leave, Outsider No. 2 (1962) pg.6
190) To A Lady Who Believes Me Dead, Outsider No. 2 (1962) pg.43
191) 9 A.M., El Corno Emplumado No. 3 (1962) pg.77
192) A Rat Rises, El Corno Emplumado No. 3 (1962) pg.78
193) The Imaginative Ladies, El Corno Emplumado No. 3 (1962) pg.79
194) Information Upon An Empire Of Coins, Renaissance Vol. 1 No. 3 (1962) pg.38
195) The Biggest Breasts, Renaissance Vol. 1 No. 3 (1962) pg.37
196) War And Piece, Renaissance Vol. 1 No. 3 (1962) pg.36
197) To A Lady Who Believes Me Dead, South And West: A National Literary Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 3 (1962)
198) The Passing Of A Dark Gray Moment, In/Sert No. 4 (1962)
199) 12,000 Dollars In 3 Months, Midwest No. 4 (1962) pg.18
200) The Dead Flowers Of Myself, Northwest Review Vol. 5 No. 4 (1962) pg.112
201) The Pleasures Of The Damned, Northwest Review Vol. 5 No. 4 (1962) pg.112
202) Woman On The Street, Northwest Review Vol. 5 No. 4 (1962) pg.113
203) Peace, Baby, Is A Hard Sell, Renaissance Vol. 1 No. 4 (1962) pg.93
204) Something In Me Wants To Sing And Scream All Day Long, RongWrong No. 4 (1962)
205) Peccavi, Signet Vol. 4 No. 4 (1962) pg.2
206) The Dead Stay Alive Too Long And The Living Live Too Little, Signet Vol. 4 No. 4 (1962) pg.1
207) Love Song To A Woman Who Visited Santa Anita On A Wednesday, Sun No. 4 (1962) pg.4
208) The Southeast Corner Of Snow, Sun No. 4 (1962) pg.19
209) My Faithful Indian Servant, Brand X No. 5 (1962) pg.1
210) A Poem For Ernest H, Mica No. 5 (1962) pg.24
211) Answer To A Note On The Dresser, Mica No. 5 (1962) pg.26
212) Warning, Mica No. 5 (1962) pg.27
213) A 350 Dollar Horse And A Hundred Dollar Whore, Satis No. 5 (1962) pg.19
214) What Seems To Be The Trouble, Gentlemen?, Satis No. 5 (1962) pg.20
215) WW2, Mica No. 7 (1962) pg.11
216) Using Up A Mostly Useless Night, Sun No. 7 (1962) pg.14
217) Thank God For Alleys, Wormwood Review No. 7 (1962) pg.13
218) Consummation Of Grief, Sun No. 8 (1962) pg.24
219) For Jane, Wormwood Review No. 8 (1962) pg.18
220) The Sharks, Wormwood Review No. 8 (1962) pg.19
221) Experience, Emerson Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1963)
222) Part Of An Ordinary Day Of An Inordinate Man, Emerson Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1963) pg.11
223) Weather Report, Emerson Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1963) pg.9
224) The Priest And The Matador, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 1 September (1963)
225) I Have Lived In England, Northwest Review Vol. 6 No. 1 (1963) pg.6
226) Corrections Of Self, Mostly After Whitman, Signet Vol. 5 No. 1 (1963) pg.9
227) The Raid Of The Monkeys, Signet Vol. 5 No. 1 (1963) pg.10
228) For One I Knew, Outcry No. 1 1/2 (1963)
229) Remains, Outcry No. 1 1/2 (1963)
230) Tonight, Outcry No. 1 1/2 (1963)
231) Yours For Trout, Outcry No. 1 1/2 (1963)
232) Rhyming Poem, Wormwood Review No. 11 (1963) pg.35
233) Same Old Thing, Shakespeare Through Mailer, Wormwood Review No. 11 (1963) pg.2
234) It's Not Who Lived Here, Wormwood Review No. 12 (1963) pg.19
235) Poem For My 43rd Birthday, Wormwood Review No. 12 (1963) pg.19
236) The End, Wormwood Review No. 12 (1963) pg.20
237) The Vulgar Sounds Rise My Misery, Wormwood Review No. 12 (1963) pg.27
238) 2 Flies, Targets No. 15 (1963) pg.10
239) Answer To Some Sacramento Letters, Targets No. 15 (1963) pg.13
240) I Knew What The Tigers Said, Targets No. 15 (1963) pg.4
241) I Thought Of Ships, Of Armies, Hanging On, Targets No. 15 (1963) pg.8
242) Letter To A Small And Kindly Princess, Targets No. 15 (1963) pg.6
243) Stop Drinking, Drinking, Drinking, Targets No. 15 (1963) pg.14
244) A Drawer Of Fish, Northwest Review Vol. 6 No. 2 (1963) pg.20
245) Burnt Fuse, South And West: A National Literary Quarterly Vol. 2 No. 2 (1963) pg.21
246) Poem For My 43rd Birthday, South And West: A National Literary Quarterly Vol. 2 No. 2 (1963) pg.19
247) The End, South And West: A National Literary Quarterly Vol. 2 No. 2 (1963) pg.19
248) The Vulgar Sounds Rise My Misery, South And West: A National Literary Quarterly Vol. 2 No. 2 (1963) pg.27
249) Warble In, Coastlines No. 20 (1963)
250) Dinner, Rain And Transport, Outsider No. 3 (1963) pg.74
251) Event, Outsider No. 3 (1963) pg.73
252) Old Man, Dead In A Room, Outsider No. 3 (1963)
253) The House, Outsider No. 3 (1963) pg.72
254) The Priest And The Matador, Outsider No. 3 (1963)
255) The Tragedy Of The Leaves, Outsider No. 3 (1963)
256) The Singular Self, EPOS Vol. 14 No. 4 (1963) pg.22
257) Breakthrough, Northwest Review Vol. 6 No. 4 (1963) pg.121
258) A Night In The Hotel Lobby, Literary Times Vol. 2 No. 5 (1963) pg.3
259) Existence, Sciamachy No. 5 (1963) pg.9
260) Notice, Sciamachy No. 5 (1963) pg.10
261) The Snow Of Italy, Signet Vol. 5 No. 5 (1963) pg.3
262) Little Magazine Symposium Essay, Mainstream Vol. 16 No. 6 (1963)
263) Beans With Garlic, El Corno Emplumado No. 7 (1963) pg.126
264) I Think Of Hemingway, El Corno Emplumado No. 7 (1963) pg.127
265) Love Bound At The Wrist And Hung Like A Salomey, El Corno Emplumado No. 7 (1963) pg.128
266) Bull, Americas Vol. 16 No. 1 (1964) pg.30
267) His Wife, The Painter, Coffin No. 1 (1964)
268) The Old Man On The Corner, Coffin No. 1 (1964)
269) The Paper On The Floor, Coffin No. 1 (1964)
270) Waste Basket, Coffin No. 1 (1964)
271) A Trick To Dull Our Bleeding, Goliards No. 1 (1964)
272) My Real Love In Athens, Nad Ad A No. 1 (1964) pg.38
273) , Notes From Underground No. 1 (1964)
274) , Notes From Underground No. 1 (1964)
275) 6 A.M., Notes From Underground No. 1 (1964) pg.62
276) Insomnia, Notes From Underground No. 1 (1964) pg.61
277) Murder, Notes From Underground No. 1 (1964) pg.53
278) The Night They Took Whitey, Notes From Underground No. 1 (1964) pg.59
279) The Swan, Notes From Underground No. 1 (1964) pg.61
280) Age, Ole No. 1 (1964)
281) Freedom, Ole No. 1 (1964)
282) Watchdog, Ole No. 1 (1964)
283) The Hours, Wormwood Review No. 13 (1964) pg.23
284) Beerbottle, Wormwood Review No. 14 (1964) pg.34
285) What To Do With Contributor's Copies?, Wormwood Review No. 14 (1964) pg.35
286) Practice, Wormwood Review No. 15 (1964) pg.23
287) Poetess - For S.S.V., Wormwood Review No. 16 (1964) pg.16
288) Sleeping Woman, Wormwood Review No. 16 (1964) pg.20
289) The Dogs, Wormwood Review No. 16 (1964) pg.15
290) The Literary Life, Wormwood Review No. 16 (1964) pg.17
291) The New Place, Wormwood Review No. 16 (1964) pg.21
292) When You Wait For The Dawn To Crawl Through The Screen Like A Burglar To Take Your Life Away, Wormwood Review No. 16 (1964) pg.19
293) Fleg, Chat Noir Review Vol. 3 No. 2 (1964) pg.15
294) Advice For Some Young Man In The Year 2064 A.D., EPOS Vol. 16 No. 2 (1964) pg.6
295) Rosebitch, South And West: A National Literary Quarterly Vol. 3 No. 2 (1964) pg.30
296) Everything, Coastlines No. 21/22 (1964) pg.31
297) Upon Listening To Symphony Music While Drunk, Coastlines No. 21/22 (1964) pg.30
298) Bad Night, Dust Vol. 1 No. 3 (1964) pg.76
299) Ice For The Eagles, Dust Vol. 1 No. 3 (1964) pg.75
300) Startled Into Steam Of Life Like Fire, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 4 (1964) pg.18
301) Examining My Peers, Literary Times Vol. 3 No. 4 May (1964)
302) Possession, South And West: A National Literary Quarterly Vol. 2 No. 4 (1964) pg.25
303) 4:30 A.M., Sciamachy No. 6 (1964) pg.21
304) Fragile, Sciamachy No. 6 (1964) pg.20
305) Bayonets In Candlelight, Midwest No. 7 (1964) pg.34
306) Through The Streets Of Anywhere, Midwest No. 7 (1964) pg.32
307) The Bones Of My Uncle, Oyez Vol. 1 (1965) pg.23
308) And The Mouse Knows And The Windowpane And The Chair, Santa Fe New Mexican (1965) pg.6
309) 86'D, Blitz No. 1 (1965)
310) On Going Out To Get The Mail, Blitz No. 1 (1965)
311) Spain Sits Like A Hidden Flower In My Coffeepot, Blitz No. 1 (1965)
312) The Simplicity Of Everything, Border Vol. 1 No. 1 (1965)
313) Freedom, Earth No. 1 (1965)
314) Rimbaud Be Damned: I Have Withstood 99,000 Seasons In Hell And I Still Look Down Into This Glass Wondering, Wondering, Earth No. 1 (1965)
315) I Think It's Time You Kissed An Owl, Graffiti No. 1 (1965)
316) A Party Here - Machineguns, Tanks, An Army Fighting Against Men On Rooftops, Kauri No. 10 September/October (1965) pg.3
317) I Am Afraid That I Will Continue To Drink Myself To Death For These Small Reasons Mentioned Here And For Other Reasons That Neither Of Us Has Time For Because I Have The Need To Get Drunk Now, Kauri No. 11 November/December (1965) pg.13
318) Down By The Wings, Wild Dog No. 13 (1965) pg.33
319) Game, Wild Dog No. 13 (1965) pg.30
320) The Madness Of The Windows, Wild Dog No. 13 (1965) pg.27
321) The Vile World Of Windows And Hammers, Wild Dog No. 13 (1965) pg.31
322) American Express, Athens, Greece, Wormwood Review No. 18 (1965) pg.29
323) About My Very Tortured Friend, Peter, Wormwood Review No. 19 (1965) pg.32
324) Birth, Wormwood Review No. 19 (1965) pg.30
325) 40 Cigarettes, Blitz No. 2 (1965)
326) A Dirty Joke, Blitz No. 2 (1965)
327) The Rock, Blitz No. 2 (1965)
328) I Keep Wanting To Cry About Everything But I Can't Get Started, Border Vol. 1 No. 2 (1965)
329) I Am Interviewed By A Guggenheim, Graffiti No. 2 (1965)
330) Sad-Eyed Mules Of Men, Graffiti No. 2 (1965)
331) A Rambling Essay On Poetics And The Bleeding Life Written While Drinking A Six-Pack (Tall), Ole No. 2 (1965)
332) On The Train To Del Mar, Showcase No. 2 (1965) pg.7
333) The High-Rise Of The New World, Showcase No. 2 (1965) pg.6
334) 18 Cars Full Of Men Thinking Of What Could Have Been, Southern Poetry Review Vol. 5 No. 2 (1965) pg.7
335) The Drowning, Southern Poetry Review Vol. 5 No. 2 (1965) pg.6
336) 6:21 P.M., Wormwood Review No. 20 (1965) pg.18
337) Female And Breakdown And Peace, Wormwood Review No. 20 (1965) pg.17
338) Finish, Wormwood Review No. 20 (1965) pg.16
339) My Mother, Bless Her, Santa Fe New Mexican No. 274 (1965) pg.10
340) A Drink For A Lady On Talent Night, Border Vol. 1 No. 3 (1965) pg.41
341) The Terror Of The Breath Upon The Hand, EPOS Vol. 16 No. 3 (1965) pg.14
342) Eaten By Butterflies, New Lantern Club Review No. 3 (1965) pg.12
343) On A Grant, New Lantern Club Review No. 3 (1965) pg.11
344) Drunk Again And Wondering, Wondering, Ole No. 3 (1965)
345) A Division, Ante Vol. 1 No. 4 (1965) pg.27
346) Ivan The Terrible, Ante Vol. 1 No. 4 (1965) pg.29
347) Uraguay Or Hell, Dust Vol. 1 No. 4 (1965) pg.26
348) 4:30 A.M., EPOS Vol. 16 No. 4 (1965) pg.20
349) The Hell Of It Is To Throw Away Rejected Poems That Seem To Say Something Anyhow Even If Perhaps Not Too Well, Marrahwannah Quarterly No. 4 (1965)
350) Ignis Fatuus, Ferment No. 6 (1965) pg.5
351) Straight Down The Necktie, Ferment No. 6 (1965) pg.9
352) V.G. And 9 Innings Of This, Ferment No. 6 (1965) pg.9
353) If You Teeth Your Vowels With The Right Amount Of Vulgarity, Jacaranda No. 6 (1965) pg.12
354) Naturally, Jacaranda No. 6 (1965) pg.12
355) Non-Particular And Continuing Thoughts Of Very Little Consolation Against The Knife, Jacaranda No. 6 (1965) pg.11
356) Snow Bracero, Jacaranda No. 6 (1965) pg.6
357) If I Could Only Be Asleep, Open City Press Vol. 1 No. 6 (1965) pg.6
358) Countryside, Ferment No. 7 (1965) pg.5
359) A Night Of Mozart, Evidence No. 9 (1965) pg.65
360) A Trainride In Hell, Evidence No. 9 (1965) pg.68
361) Hooray Say The Roses, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
362) Love & Fame & Death, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
363) Old Man, Dead In A Room, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
364) Side Of The Sun, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
365) Suicide, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
366) The Day It Rained At The Los Angeles County Museum, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
367) The Kings Are Gone, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
368) The Tragedy Of The Leaves, Florida Education Vol. 42 No. 9 May (1965)
369) Portrait Of A Soul For Flies, Intermission (1966) pg.19
370) The Terror Of Sunlight Is People Walking Through Who Were Long Ago Lost In Intention And Who Have Now Turned To Mobile Shit, Intermission (1966) pg.23
371) A Rambling Essay On Poetics And The Bleeding Life Written While Drinking A Six-Pack (Tall), Intermission Yearbook (1966) pg.1
372) Rich Man, Xenia (1966)
373) A Conversation on Morality, Eternity and Copulation, Avalanche No. 1 (1966)
374) A Kind Of Lecture On A Dull Day When There Isn't Even A Fly Around To Kill, Avalanche No. 1 (1966)
375) For The Girl Standing Outside My Window, Avalanche No. 1 (1966)
376) 2-Ezra-Buk, Entrails No. 1 (1966) pg.89
377) One Hundred And Ten Years Hanging On The Cross, Entrails No. 1 (1966) pg.90
378) The Great One, Hiram Poetry Review No. 1 (1966) pg.8
379) untitled, Hiram Poetry Review No. 1 (1966)
380) And Now I Sit In A Small Paper Place, Outcast No. 1 (1966)
381) Essay For Your Mother-Nothingness, Spectroscope Vol. 1 No. 1 (1966)
382) The Devious Good Of Rescuing The Suffering, Spectroscope Vol. 1 No. 1 (1966)
383) H-Bomb, Kauri No. 13 March/April (1966) pg.7
384) The Funnypaper And/Or Comic Life, Kauri No. 13 March/April (1966) pg.7
385) Bach And A Bumblebee And An Old Newspaper, Kauri No. 14 May/June (1966) pg.9
386) Save The World, Kauri No. 15 July/August (1966) pg.5
387) Moyamensing Prison, Kauri No. 17 November/December (1966) pg.6
388) A Last Shot On Two Good Horses, Iconolatre No. 18/19 (1966) pg.20
389) Crazy Man, Another One, Iconolatre No. 18/19 (1966) pg.18
390) He Even Looked Like A Nice Guy, Iconolatre No. 18/19 (1966) pg.19
391) Officers Club, A.P.O.: (For M.K. And J.B.), Iconolatre No. 18/19 (1966) pg.15
392) Swastika Star Buttoned To My Ass, Iconolatre No. 18/19 (1966) pg.16
393) The Serious Boys, Iconolatre No. 18/19 (1966) pg.14
394) Yellow, Iconolatre No. 18/19 (1966) pg.17
395) Guilt Obsession Behind A Cloud Of Rockets, Avalanche No. 2 (1966)
396) 3 Lovers, Earth No. 2 (1966)
397) God I Got The Sad Blue Blues, Earth No. 2 (1966)
398) I Am Read To, Earth No. 2 (1966)
399) I Love You, Earth No. 2 (1966)
400) In Defense Of A Certain Type Of Poetry. A Certain Type Of Life. A Certain Type Of Blood-Filled Creature Who Will Someday Die, Earth No. 2 (1966)
401) The People, Earth No. 2 (1966)
402) True Story, Earth No. 2 (1966)
403) God, Entrails No. 2 (1966) pg.45
404) A Man Gets Tired, Moonstones No. 2 (1966)
405) A Nice Place, Notes From Underground No. 2 (1966) pg.47
406) All The White Rats, Notes From Underground No. 2 (1966) pg.66
407) My God, My Mother, Most Holy Thing: Shaken And Awaken The Drunken Hell Of Myself And Save Me!, Outcast No. 2 (1966)
408) I Will Never Ride A Horse Along The Sands Of Normandy Or Against The Sides Of Your Brain, Lilac-Raining Like It Is Tonight, Vagabond Vol. 1 No. 2 (1966) pg.23
409) A World, Really, Wormwood Review No. 21 (1966) pg.25
410) Dear Friend, Wormwood Review No. 21 (1966) pg.23
411) One Hundred And Ninety-Nine Pounds Of Clay Leaning Forward, Wormwood Review No. 21 (1966) pg.24
412) In This Place We Eat Apples And Cut Our Fingers On Beercans, Wormwood Review No. 22 (1966) pg.6
413) Notes On A Bluebird Flying Past My Window, Wormwood Review No. 22 (1966) pg.6
414) A Little Atomic Bomb, Wormwood Review No. 24 (1966) pg.17
415) Buffalo Bill, Wormwood Review No. 24 (1966) pg.15
416) Fag, Fag, Fag, Wormwood Review No. 24 (1966) pg.21
417) Somebody Always Breaking My Dainty Solitude, Wormwood Review No. 24 (1966) pg.19
418) The Colored Birds, Wormwood Review No. 24 (1966) pg.19
419) The Screw-Game, Wormwood Review No. 24 (1966) pg.22
420) No. 6, American Turf Monthly Vol. 20 No. 240 July (1966) pg.11
421) On Beercans And Sugar Cartons, Simbolica No. 26 (1966)
422) Who Killed Charles Bukowski?, Simbolica No. 27 (1966) pg.16
423) Notes On An Undelighted Existence, Intermission Vol. 2 No. 29 (1966) pg.13
424) Living, Avalanche No. 3 (1966)
425) Oh My God, I Love Everything So Much It Makes Me Vomit, Blitz No. 3 (1966)
426) A Letter From L.A., Magazine No. 3 (1966) pg.58
427) Good Morning, Showcase No. 3 (1966)
428) Poem For My Daughter, Showcase No. 3 (1966)
429) Drawing Of A Band Concert On A Matchbox, Some/Thing No. 3 (1966)
430) The Sex-Obsessed Ladies Walking By Me After Work, The Eight Pager Vol. 1 No. 3 (1966)
431) The Stupid Are Best At The Cruelties, The Eight Pager Vol. 1 No. 3 (1966)
432) These Mad Windows That Taste Life And Cut Me If I Go Through Them, Vagabond Vol. 1 No. 3 (1966) pg.16
433) A Fine Day And The World Looks Good, Dust Vol. 2 No. 4 (1966) pg.8
434) O, We Are The Outcasts, O We Burn In Wondrous Flame!, Ole No. 4 (1966) pg.29
435) Machineguns, Towers And Timeclocks, Labris No. 4/5 (1966) pg.182
436) The State Of World Affairs From A 3rd Floor Window, Labris No. 4/5 (1966) pg.176
437) A Killer Gets Ready, Goodly Company No. 5 (1966) pg.6
438) The Old Pro, Ole No. 5 (1966)
439) The Hairy Hairy Fist, And Love Will Die, Grande Ronde Review No. 6 (1966)
440) Imperfection Says Grace, Intrepid No. 6 (1966)
441) Nature Poem, Ole No. 6 (1966)
442) The Noiseless Care Of A Blue Violet, Ole No. 6 (1966)
443) The Moment Of Truth, Dare Vol. 4 No. 8 (1966) pg.45
444) Fire, Grist No. 9 (1966) pg.4
445) Hot, Grist No. 9 (1966) pg.4
446) The Sadness Of Rainpipes And Murder, And Myself Alive, Poetry Newsletter No. 9/10 (1966) pg.15
447) The Deliberate Mashing Of The Sun, d. a. levy: A Tribute To The Man (1967)
448) Age, Ole anthology (1967)
449) Freedom, Ole anthology (1967)
450) O, We Are The Outcasts, O We Burn In Wondrous Flame!, Ole anthology (1967)
451) Fuzz, Tucson Daily Citizen (1967)
452) The Way The Dead Love (excerpt from a novel in progress), Congress No. 1 (1967) pg.25
453) And There Are Enough Of Those Now, Nexus Vol. 3 No. 1 (1967) pg.7
454) One Hundred And Ninetyseven Degrees, The Willie No. 1 (1967)
455) The Kiss-Off, The Willie No. 1 (1967)
456) Answer To A Note Found In The Mailbox, Salted Feathers No. 10 (1967)
457) A Kind Of Argument, Grist No. 11 (1967) pg.11
458) One For The Old Man, Grist No. 11 (1967) pg.13
459) Bukowski Meets A Merry Drunk, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 4 No. 11 (1967) pg.17
460) The Ants, In New York Vol. 1 No. 17 (1967)
461) Sometimes When I Feel Blue I Listen To Mahler, Kauri No. 18 January/February (1967) pg.8
462) Notes From Underground, Kauri No. 19 March/April (1967)
463) Down To 2 Bottles Of Beer And Smoking Old Cigar Stubs, Down Here No. 2 (1967) pg.76
464) Green, Down Here No. 2 (1967) pg.78
465) Tough Luck, Nexus Vol. 3 No. 2 (1967)
466) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), Underground Digest Vol. 1 No. 2 March (1967)
467) An Action Afternoon, Klacto No. 23 (1967)
468) Communists, Klacto No. 23 (1967)
469) Escape, Klacto No. 23 (1967)
470) Finish, Klacto No. 23 (1967)
471) Worms, Klacto No. 23 (1967)
472) Easy Money, Open City No. 28 (1967) pg.11
473) The Seminar, Prism International Vol. 6 No. 3 (1967) pg.44
474) Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen, Open City No. 30 (1967) pg.7
475) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man, Open City No. 32 (1967)
476) The Faces Are Gnawing At My Walls But Have Not Yet Come In, Entrails No. 4 (1967) pg.48
477) A Rambling Essay On Poetics And The Bleeding Life Written While Drinking A Six-Pack (Tall), Flash of Pasadena No. 4 May (1967)
478) Anything: Say, A Bandage On The Musket Of A Gun In The Private Collection Of A Man In A House, A House On A Hill, A Hill In The Sun, Other No. 4 (1967) pg.11
479) Fire Station (For Jane, With Love), Other No. 4 (1967) pg.4
480) Cement Man On Cement Horse, Outcast No. 4 (1967)
481) Love, Outcast No. 4 (1967)
482) We Do Our Work, Vagabond No. 4 (1967) pg.16
483) Immersion In A Cause In Old Shower Cap Gives, Writer's Forum Vol. 2 No. 4 (1967) pg.35
484) People As Flowers, Choice No. 5 (1967) pg.32
485) To Hell With Robert Schumann, Choice No. 5 (1967) pg.34
486) Truth's A Hell Of A Word, The Flash Of Pasadena No. 5 (1967) pg.15
487) I Met A Genius, Vagabond No. 5 (1967) pg.15
488) The Flower Lover, Vagabond No. 5 (1967) pg.14
489) Men's Crapper, Evergreen Review Vol. 11 No. 50 (1967)
490) The Dwarf With The Big Punch, Literary Times Vol. 4 No. 6 (1967) pg.17
491) What Made You Lose Your Inspiration?, Literary Times Vol. 4 No. 6 (1967) pg.17
492) Heat, Outcast No. 6 (1967)
493) Men's Crapper, Intrepid No. 7 (1967)
494) Review of Ginsberg/Zukofsky, Ole No. 7 May (1967)
495) Love Makes Its Gun Into The Horrible Cunt Of Life, Ole No. 8 (1967)
496) A Bad Night - Blame The Bourbon, Intrepid No. 9 (1967)
497) From The Dept. Of English, Intrepid No. 9 (1967)
498) Poem For The Death Of An American Serviceman In Vietnam, Intrepid No. 9 (1967)
499) That's Where They Came From, INTRANSIT (1968)
500) A Picture Book For Marina Bukowski, Renaissance (1968) pg.1
501) The Tragedy Of The Leaves, Z (1968)
502) Ho Chi Minh, Z: An Anthology of Revolutionary Poetry (1968)
503) The Tragedy Of The Leaves, Z: An Anthology of Revolutionary Poetry (1968)
504) The Status Q. For Me And Yew, Copkiller No. 1 (1968)
505) Yellow Sun Yellow Cat Eye Kitchen Floor, Ghost Dance No. 1 (1968) pg.14
506) 7th Race When The Angels Swung Low And Burned, The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle Vol. 2 No. 2 (1968)
507) I Wanted To Overthrow The Government But All I Brought Down Was Somebody's Wife, The Buddhist Third Class Junkmail Oracle Vol. 2 No. 2 (1968)
508) Bogart In The World Of The Dead, The Willie No. 2 (1968)
509) Footnote Upon The Construction Of The Masses, Wormwood Review No. 29 (1968) pg.22
510) One For Ging, With Klux Top, Wormwood Review No. 29 (1968) pg.21
511) A Literary Romance, Lampeter Muse Vol. 3 No. 3 (1968)
512) No Hole In The Sky, Wormwood Review No. 30 (1968) pg.30
513) The Underground, Wormwood Review No. 31 (1968) pg.34
514) Something About A Woman, Ghost Dance No. 4 (1968)
515) Regular Grind: The Coffee Life, Hiram Poetry Review No. 4 (1968)
516) Propaganda, Writer's Forum Vol. 3 No. 4 Spring (1968) pg.35
517) Just Another Wino, Hiram Poetry Review No. 5 (1968)
518) Peace, Baby, Is A Hard Sell, Satyrday Vol. 3 No. 5 August (1968)
519) Next? Next? Next?, Open City No. 56 (1968) pg.1
520) Take Me Out To The Ballgame, Open City (Renaissance insert) No. 70 (1968) pg.4
521) My Eyes Sleep, Outcast No. 8 (1968)
522) Junky Daughter, Open City No. 80 (1968) pg.7
523) Six Chink Fisherman, Open City No. 80 (1968) pg.7
524) The Drowning Of The Ants, Open City No. 80 (1968) pg.7
525) At The End Of Feet The Blackbird Walks, Acid (1969) pg.103
526) Lilies In My Brain, Acid (1969) pg.339
527) Confessions Of A Misanthrope, Ampersand (1969)
528) These Mad Windows That Taste Life And Cut Me If I Go Through Them, Mad Windows (1969)
529) The Nature Of The Threat And What To Do, Peace Amongst the Ants (1969)
530) A Farewell Thing While Breathing, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.49
531) A Nice Day, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.15
532) A Report Upon The Consumption Of Myself, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.47
533) Confession For Those Who Do Not Breathe At Funerals, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.42
534) Counsel, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.28
535) Crucifix In A Deathhand, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.12
536) Dinner, Rain And Transport, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.19
537) I Am With The Roots Of Flowers, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.35
538) I Cannot Stand Tears, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.11
539) I Wait In The White Rain, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.44
540) I Was Born To Hustle Roses Down The Avenues Of The Dead, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.57
541) I Write This Upon The Last Drink's Hammer, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.50
542) Love & Fame & Death, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.37
543) Old Man, Dead In A Room, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.24
544) Something For The Touts, The Nuns, The Grocery Clerks And You, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.59
545) Sunflower, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.22
546) Sway With Me, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.46
547) The Day It Rained At The Los Angeles County Museum, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.26
548) The Loss, The Loss, The Loss, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.30
549) The Priest And The Matador, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.21
550) The Sun Wields Mercy, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.32
551) The Sunday Artist, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.14
552) The Twins, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.17
553) They, All Of Them, Know, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.38
554) When The Berry Bush Dies I'll Swim Down The Green River With My Hair On Fire, Penguin Modern Poets Vol. 13 (1969) pg.55
555) Moyamensing Prison, Phoo (1969)
556) I Thought I Was Going To Get Some, Laugh Literary and Man the Humping Guns Vol. 1 No. 1 (1969)
557) The Grand Pricks Of The Hob-Nailed Sun, Laugh Literary and Man the Humping Guns Vol. 1 No. 1 (1969)
558) The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over The Hills, Hearse No. 10 (1969)
559) , Berkeley Tribe Vol. 1 No. 11 (1969)
560) The Night Nobody Believed I Was Allen Ginsberg, Berkeley Tribe Vol. 1 No. 11 September (1969)
561) Ariel, Hearse No. 11 (1969)
562) On Getting Famous And Being Asked: Can You Recite? Can You Be There At Nine?, Hearse No. 11 (1969)
563) Self-Destruction, Hearse No. 11 (1969)
564) Don't Worry, Baby, I'll Get It, Intrepid No. 11/12 (1969) pg.54
565) Notebook, Intrepid No. 11/12 (1969) pg.56
566) A Bottomless Joint On Sunset Near Western, Stooge No. 3 (1969)
567) My Hell, Stooge No. 3 (1969)
568) Nothing For A Title, Stooge No. 3 (1969)
569) O, Yes, Stooge No. 3 (1969)
570) Shoelace, Stooge No. 3 (1969)
571) Meanwhile, Stony Brook No. 3/4 (1969)
572) More Or Less, For Julie, Stony Brook No. 3/4 (1969)
573) Song Of My Typewriter, Stony Brook No. 3/4 (1969)
574) The Way It Will Happen Inside A Can Of Peaches, Stony Brook No. 3/4 (1969)
575) The Ladies Still Don't Care, Wormwood Review No. 33 (1969) pg.13
576) Beef Tongue, Outsider Vol. 2 No. 4/5 (1969) pg.39
577) Kaakaa And Other Immolations, Outsider Vol. 2 No. 4/5 (1969) pg.37
578) Like A Flyswatter, Outsider Vol. 2 No. 4/5 (1969) pg.41
579) The Last Round, Outsider Vol. 2 No. 4/5 (1969) pg.42
580) Even The Sun Was Afraid, Evergreen Review Vol. 13 No. 63 (1969) pg.44
581) And All The Snow Melted, Vagabond No. 7 (1969) pg.6
582) The Birth, Life And Death Of An Underground Newspaper, Evergreen Review Vol. 13 No. 70 (1969)
583) What A Man I Was, Caterpillar No. 8/9 (1969)
584) Bukowski On Bukowski, Open City No. 92 February (1969)
585) The Poetry Reading, California Librarian (1970)
586) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man, Candid Press December (1970)
587) One, With...Fantasy, Candid Press December (1970)
588) A Hero's Death, Cotyledon (1970)
589) A Little Bit Of Excitement, Cotyledon (1970)
590) An Interesting Night, Cotyledon (1970)
591) Robert Ryan: American Matador, Cotyledon (1970)
592) Song, Cotyledon (1970)
593) The Virgins Of The Bulls, Cotyledon (1970)
594) Those Sons Of Bitches, Cotyledon (1970)
595) The Inquisitor, Fling (1970)
596) Eighteen (excerpt from "Short Non-Moon Shots to Nowhere"), Jeopardy Vol. 6 March (1970) pg.72
597) Fourteen (excerpt from "Short Non-Moon Shots to Nowhere"), Jeopardy Vol. 6 March (1970) pg.72
598) Nine (excerpt from "Short Non-Moon Shots to Nowhere"), Jeopardy Vol. 6 March (1970) pg.72
599) Seven (excerpt from "Short Non-Moon Shots to Nowhere"), Jeopardy Vol. 6 March (1970) pg.72
600) Sixteen (excerpt from "Short Non-Moon Shots to Nowhere"), Jeopardy Vol. 6 March (1970) pg.72
601) The Black Poets, Jeopardy Vol. 6 March (1970) pg.71
602) The White Poets, Jeopardy Vol. 6 March (1970) pg.70
603) The Trashmen, Norton Anthology Of Poetry (1970)
604) Vegas, Norton Anthology Of Poetry (1970)
605) Dooby Do Do Do, Runcible Spoon (1970)
606) Shoot The Goat Through The Head And Paint The Bones Green, Runcible Spoon (1970)
607) The Shit Shits, Runcible Spoon (1970)
608) The Vast Area Of Space Nothingness With With Snakes Crawling Through You And Everything, Runcible Spoon (1970)
609) All Right, So Camus Had To Give Speeches Before The Academies And Get His Ass Killed In A Car-Wreck, Chicago Review Vol. 22 No. 1 (1970)
610) The Old Woman, Chicago Review Vol. 22 No. 1 (1970)
611) The Flower Lover, Soundings Vol. 2 No. 1 May (1970)
612) The Immortal Bombs, The Stinking Feet Of God, Be Quiet, Soundings Vol. 2 No. 1 May (1970)
613) The Miracle, Soundings Vol. 2 No. 1 May (1970)
614) The Wailing Wall, Southern California Lit Scene Vol. 1 No. 1 (1970)
615) The Poet's Muse, Ghost Dance No. 12 (1970)
616) The Great Zen Wedding, Knight Vol. 7 No. 12 (1970)
617) Sheets, Hearse No. 14 (1970)
618) The Fiend, Adam Vol. 14 No. 2 February (1970)
619) Blues Song, EPOS Vol. 22 No. 2 (1970) pg.25
620) On To Rome, Statement No. 28 (1970)
621) Should We Burn Uncle Sam's Ass?, Notes From Underground No. 3 (1970)
622) Moonlight Ride, Wormwood Review No. 37 (1970) pg.14
623) One More Good One. Why Not?, Wormwood Review No. 37 (1970) pg.13
624) Another Academy, Wormwood Review No. 38 (1970) pg.42
625) Down Like Stairways, Up Like Smoke, Wormwood Review No. 38 (1970) pg.41
626) A Correction To A Lady Of Poetry, Wormwood Review No. 39 (1970) pg.94
627) A Warm Afternoon Just Off Sunset Boulevard, Wormwood Review No. 39 (1970) pg.95
628) Boil Near Left Elbow, Wormwood Review No. 39 (1970) pg.96
629) Yes, Wormwood Review No. 39 (1970) pg.96
630) Quits, Steppenwolf No. 4 (1970) pg.31
631) 16 Jap Machine Gun Bullets, Wormwood Review No. 40 (1970) pg.150
632) When All The Animals Lie Down, Wormwood Review No. 40 (1970) pg.150
633) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 45 (1970)
634) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 49 (1970)
635) Nut Ward Just East Of Hollywood, Knight Vol. 8 No. 5 (1970)
636) An Answer To A Critic Of Sorts, Stooge No. 5 (1970)
637) The Cat In The Closet, NOLA Express No. 51 March/April (1970)
638) Fountains of Rome (excerpt from Post Office), Nola Express No. 53 April (1970)
639) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 54 (1970)
640) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 55 (1970)
641) New Mexico, NOLA Express No. 57 (1970)
642) A Rolling Poem, NOLA Express No. 59 July (1970)
643) Love It Or Leave It, NOLA Express No. 60 (1970)
644) All The Pussy We Want, NOLA Express No. 61 (1970)
645) Six Inches, NOLA Express No. 62 (1970)
646) I Think Of The Little Men, NOLA Express No. 63 September (1970)
647) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 64 (1970)
648) The Loner, NOLA Express No. 67 October/November (1970)
649) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 68 (1970)
650) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 69 (1970)
651) Everybody's Got One, Adam Vol. 14 No. 7 July (1970)
652) The Poor Fish, Adam Vol. 14 No. 7 July (1970)
653) Registered letter (excerpt from Post Office), Knight Vol. 8 No. 7 November (1970)
654) The White Beard, NOLA Express No. 70 (1970)
655) The Day We Talked About James Thurber, Evergreen Review Vol. 14 No. 74 (1970)
656) Soup, Cosmos And Tears, Evergreen Review Vol. 14 No. 79 (1970) pg.37
657) Chippy Chippy Suck Nuts, Fling January (1971)
658) Here's To Jimmy Davenport, Fling (1971)
659) The Old Pro, Fling (1971)
660) The Shoelace, Half N' Half April (1971)
661) Leg, Teeth, Talent And Bullshit, NOLA Express (1971)
662) Reunion, Pix Vol. 3 (1971)
663) As The Sparrow, The Mt. Alverno Review (1971)
664) Nobody Wants To Hear Your Troubles, Abyss Vol. 3 No. 1 (1971)
665) Poet In Residence, Abyss Vol. 3 No. 1 (1971)
666) The Misfit, Abyss Vol. 3 No. 1 (1971)
667) The Answer, Bear No. 1 (1971)
668) The Flu, Bear No. 1 (1971)
669) 5 Men In Black Passing My Window, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
670) Ah, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
671) Here, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
672) Rolled Again, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
673) Songs Of Death, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
674) Style, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
675) The Bums At Phillipe's, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
676) The Last Days Of The Suicide Kid, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
677) You Might As Well Kiss Your Ass Goodbye, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
678) Zoo, Invisible City No. 1 February (1971)
679) Like That, Lemming No. 1 (1971) pg.7
680) The Savior, Lemming No. 1 (1971) pg.5
681) Bug, Throb No. 1 (1971)
682) Summer, Throb No. 1 (1971)
683) Summer [2], Throb No. 1 (1971)
684) The Elephants, Throb No. 1 (1971)
685) Poem, Unmuzzled Ox Vol. 1 No. 1 (1971)
686) Tragedy Is My Bacon, Unmuzzled Ox Vol. 1 No. 1 (1971)
687) Fat Upon The Land, Vagabond No. 10 (1971)
688) Twelve Flying Monkeys Who Won't Copulate Properly, Adam Vol. 8 No. 11 May (1971) pg.21
689) Swastika, East Village Other Vol. 6 No. 11 (1971)
690) The Shoelace, Vagabond No. 11 (1971)
691) , Vagabond No. 12 (1971)
692) Dirdge, Vagabond No. 12 (1971) pg.16
693) Poem For Dante, Second Aeon No. 13 (1971)
694) Slim Killers, Second Aeon No. 13 (1971)
695) The Conditions, Second Aeon No. 13 (1971)
696) A Threat To My Immortality, Hanging Loose No. 15 (1971)
697) The Garbageman, Hanging Loose No. 15 (1971)
698) The End Of The Funhouse, Hearse No. 15 (1971)
699) Vallejo, Hearse No. 15 (1971)
700) A Blurb, Intrepid No. 18/19 (1971)
701) That Liberating Movement, Intrepid No. 18/19 (1971)
702) Atomic Scribblings From A Maniac Age, Harrison Street Review No. 2 (1971) pg.20
703) A Most Dark Night In April, Invisible City No. 2 June (1971)
704) Drinking, Invisible City No. 2 June (1971)
705) Last Act, Invisible City No. 2 June (1971)
706) The American Flag Shirt, Invisible City No. 2 June (1971)
707) Upon 2 Deaths, Invisible City No. 2 June (1971)
708) The Best Love Poem I Can Write at the Moment, Madrona No. 2 (1971) pg.16
709) Girl In A Miniskirt Reading The Bible Outside My Window, Mano Mano No. 2 (1971)
710) Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha, Ha Ha, Mano Mano No. 2 (1971)
711) The Angels Of Sunday, Mano Mano No. 2 (1971)
712) Charles Bukowski Answers 10 Easy Questions, Throb No. 2 (1971)
713) I Just Write Poetry So I Can Go To Bed With Girls, Rogue No. 29 April (1971)
714) Sound And Passion, Adam Vol. 15 No. 3 March (1971)
715) 2 Carnations, Invisible City No. 3 November (1971)
716) Pleasure Song, Invisible City No. 3 November (1971)
717) The Shower, Invisible City No. 3 November (1971)
718) The Writer, Invisible City No. 3 November (1971)
719) Bukowski To Cherry, Laugh Literary And Man The Humping Guns Vol. 1 No. 3 (1971)
720) The Time I Knocked Out Ernest Hemingway And Was Discovered As A New Literary Giant, Laugh Literary And Man The Humping Guns Vol. 1 No. 3 (1971)
721) Poem For An X-Bank Clerk, Mediterranean Review Vol. 1 No. 3 Spring (1971)
722) The Wine And The Cantos, Mediterranean Review Vol. 1 No. 3 Spring (1971)
723) The Courage Is In The Sun, Quetzal Vol. 1 No. 3 (1971)
724) No Quickies, Remember, Fling Vol. 14 No. 4 September (1971) pg.15
725) A Need For Glue, Pulse No. 4 (1971)
726) Cancer Of The Eyeball, Pulse No. 4 (1971)
727) The Grammar Of Life, Pulse No. 4 (1971)
728) Untitled Essay On d.a. levy, The Serif Vol. 3 No. 4 (1971) pg.24
729) Looking For Jack Micheline, Wormwood Review No. 41 (1971) pg.33
730) Ice, Wormwood Review No. 42 (1971) pg.66
731) The Bombing Of Berlin, Wormwood Review No. 42 (1971) pg.65
732) The Great Writer, Wormwood Review No. 42 (1971) pg.65
733) A Northern Acquaintance, Wormwood Review No. 43 (1971) pg.121
734) Fleas In My Brain, Wormwood Review No. 43 (1971) pg.120
735) The 1930s, Wormwood Review No. 43 (1971) pg.120
736) The Light Of Jesus, Wormwood Review No. 43 (1971) pg.120
737) My Landlady, Wormwood Review No. 44 (1971) pg.134
738) Something On Berlioz, Wormwood Review No. 44 (1971) pg.132
739) The Butcher, Wormwood Review No. 44 (1971) pg.133
740) Dirty Old Man Confesses, Adam Vol. 15 No. 5 October (1971)
741) The Looney Ward, Fling Vol. 14 No. 5 November (1971) pg.23
742) Have You Ever Kissed A Panther?, New York Quarterly No. 7 (1971)
743) The Dogs Bark Knives, New York Quarterly No. 7 (1971)
744) The Good Life At O'Hare Airport, New York Quarterly No. 7 (1971)
745) Purple As An Iris, NOLA Express No. 71 (1971)
746) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 73 (1971)
747) Would You Suggest Writing As A Career?, NOLA Express No. 77 (1971)
748) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 78 (1971)
749) Chilled Green, Meatball No. 8 (1971)
750) In This Whirling Pot Of Piss Some Songs Are Born, Meatball No. 8 (1971)
751) My Special Insanity, Meatball No. 8 (1971)
752) Seven Feet By Three And One Half Feet Tall, Meatball No. 8 (1971)
753) Story And Poem, Meatball No. 8 (1971)
754) Inverted Love Song, New York Quarterly No. 8 (1971)
755) Notes On A Door-Knocker, New York Quarterly No. 8 (1971)
756) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 81 (1971)
757) That One, Crazy Horse No. 9 (1971)
758) 29 Chilled Grapes, Anthology of L.A. Poets (1972)
759) Another Academy, Anthology of L.A. Poets (1972)
760) If We Take, Anthology of L.A. Poets (1972)
761) Style, Anthology of L.A. Poets (1972)
762) 2347 Duane, Half N' Half (1972)
763) A Sound In The Brush, Los Angeles Free Press April 28 (1972)
764) ATD Or You And We, Los Angeles Free Press April 28 (1972)
765) Charlie, Los Angeles Free Press November 17 (1972) pg.2
766) Good Night, Sweet Jello Leaves, Los Angeles Free Press April 28 (1972)
767) My Landlady And My Landlord, Los Angeles Free Press April 28 (1972)
768) The Adding Machine, Los Angeles Free Press November 17 (1972) pg.2
769) The Chicken, Los Angeles Free Press November 17 (1972) pg.2
770) The Creation Of The Morning Line, Los Angeles Free Press November 17 (1972) pg.2
771) The Violin Player, Los Angeles Free Press November 17 (1972) pg.2
772) TV, Los Angeles Free Press November 17 (1972) pg.2
773) Upon The Landslide Victory Of Richard Nixon, Los Angeles Free Press November 17 (1972) pg.2
774) The Loser, Mindscapes (1972)
775) Down On The Row, Silver (1972)
776) Iron And Stone, Silver (1972)
777) It's All In The Burning, The Venice Poetry Company Presents (1972)
778) The Bombing Of Berlin, The Venice Poetry Company Presents (1972)
779) Vallejo, The Venice Poetry Company Presents (1972)
780) Animal Crackers In My Soup, Adam Vol. 16 No. 1 February (1972) pg.13
781) For My Brother Ernest Hemingway, Bachy Vol. 1 No. 1 (1972)
782) Measurements From the Creation Coffin, Bachy Vol. 1 No. 1 (1972)
783) Purple And Black, Bachy Vol. 1 No. 1 (1972)
784) 40,000 Flies, Bartleby's Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1972)
785) Burning, Bartleby's Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1972)
786) We Can't, Bartleby's Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1972)
787) Mathematics, Dogtown No. 1 (1972)
788) Notes Upon The Flaxen Aspect, Event Vol. 2 No. 1 (1972)
789) Use Of The Continuous Present, Event Vol. 2 No. 1 (1972)
790) For Those Who Put Themselves Upon Me, Fervent Valley No. 1 Spring (1972)
791) Power Failure, Fervent Valley No. 1 Spring (1972)
792) On The Sidewalks And In The Sun, Pure Smutte No. 1 November (1972)
793) The Lady Executives, Pure Smutte No. 1 November (1972)
794) The Sea Walked In And Out, Pure Smutte No. 1 November (1972)
795) Dear Nick, Stonecloud No. 1 (1972)
796) Bullshit Pain, The Little Magazine Vol. 6 No. 1 (1972)
797) The People, No, The Little Magazine Vol. 6 No. 1 (1972)
798) He Wrote In Lonely Blood, New York Quarterly No. 10 (1972)
799) Law, New York Quarterly No. 10 (1972)
800) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 103 (1972)
801) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man, NOLA Express No. 104 (1972)
802) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 108 (1972)
803) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 113 (1972)
804) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 115 (1972)
805) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 116 (1972)
806) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 117 (1972)
807) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 119 (1972)
808) 5 Dollars, New York Quarterly No. 12 (1972)
809) Looking At The Cat's Balls, New York Quarterly No. 12 (1972)
810) My Friend, Andre, New York Quarterly No. 12 (1972)
811) The Death Of An Idiot, New York Quarterly No. 12 (1972)
812) F.F. For G & C, The No. 13 (1972)
813) Me, The No. 13 (1972)
814) A Man's Woman, Vagabond No. 13 (1972)
815) Snake In The Watermelon, Vagabond No. 13 (1972)
816) Work-Fuck Problems, Vagabond No. 13 (1972)
817) Burning, Second Aeon No. 14 (1972) pg.41
818) 99 Degrees, Vagabond No. 15 (1972) pg.38
819) The Oldest Hippie In The World, Vagabond No. 15 (1972) pg.40
820) A Poorly Night, Second Aeon No. 16/17 (1972)
821) Assault, Second Aeon No. 16/17 (1972)
822) B.W., Hearse No. 17 (1972)
823) I Was Clean Anyhow, I Think, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
824) Man And Woman In Bed At Ten P.M., Hearse No. 17 (1972)
825) On The Wagon, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
826) Share The Pain, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
827) The Automobiles Of Delongpre, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
828) The Beast, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
829) The Golfers, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
830) The Mockingbird, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
831) The Sex Fiends, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
832) You Just Imagine, Hearse No. 17 (1972)
833) He Learned It From Gertie, California State Poetry Society Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 2 Winter (1972)
834) The Movie, California State Poetry Society Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 2 Winter (1972)
835) The Ordinary Cafe Of The World, California State Poetry Society Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 2 Winter (1972)
836) Hot, Event Vol. 2 No. 2 (1972)
837) Six, Fervent Valley No. 2 Summer (1972)
838) After The Party, Mag No. 2 Winter (1972)
839) Balling, Mag No. 2 Winter (1972)
840) Engraving Found Upon The Back Of A Bill Sent To Me By The Southern California Gas Company, Oct. 12th, 1971, Mag No. 2 Winter (1972)
841) I Found This Atomic Stockpile, Mag No. 2 Winter (1972)
842) Burning In Water, Drowning In Flame, Second Coming Vol. 1 No. 2 (1972)
843) Goodyear, Unmuzzled Ox Vol. 1 No. 2 (1972)
844) Brainless Eyes, The Little Magazine Vol. 6 No. 2 & 3 (1972) pg.25
845) The Sun, The Bushes, The Hell Of It, The Little Magazine Vol. 6 No. 2 & 3 (1972) pg.27
846) I Met A Genius, San Francisco Book Review No. 22 June (1972) pg.27
847) Love & Fame & Death, San Francisco Book Review No. 22 June (1972) pg.26
848) Notes On The Life Of An Aged Poet, San Francisco Book Review No. 22 June (1972) pg.25
849) The Flower Lover, San Francisco Book Review No. 22 June (1972) pg.24
850) Royal. Tab Clear. Tab Set. Mar Rel. Back Space., Intrepid No. 23/24 (1972)
851) Notes Upon Reading The Christian Science Monitor, Chicago Review Vol. 24 No. 3 Winter (1972) pg.128
852) The Glass Fly, Chicago Review Vol. 24 No. 3 Winter (1972) pg.129
853) There Are Demons In All Our Heavens, Chicago Review Vol. 24 No. 3 Winter (1972) pg.129
854) Zoo, Chicago Review Vol. 24 No. 3 Winter (1972) pg.131
855) Beefrice, Corduroy Vol. 1 No. 3 (1972)
856) I Saw An Old-Fashioned Whore Today, Event Vol. 1 No. 3 (1972)
857) The Original, Event Vol. 1 No. 3 (1972)
858) The Sun Is The God Of The Arctic, Event Vol. 1 No. 3 (1972)
859) A Piece Of Cheese, Fling No. 3 (1972)
860) One Night Stands, Harrison Street Review No. 3 (1972) pg.11
861) Roses Are Red Violets Are Blue, Harrison Street Review No. 3 (1972) pg.10
862) The Great Poet, Harrison Street Review No. 3 (1972) pg.11
863) Crisscross Under Sideways, Second Coming Vol. 1 No. 3 (1972)
864) The Indian, Second Coming Vol. 1 No. 3 (1972)
865) , Baloney Street No. 3/4 (1972)
866) The Girl Outside The Supermarket, Baloney Street No. 3/4 Spring/Summer (1972)
867) The Hatred For Hemingway, Invisible City No. 4 February (1972)
868) A Harder Knocker, Mag No. 4 Summer (1972) pg.68
869) Pop Pop Pop, Mag No. 4 Summer (1972) pg.65
870) The Ants, Mag No. 4 Summer (1972) pg.69
871) 3:16 And One Half, Unmuzzled Ox Vol. 1 No. 4 (1972)
872) The Outsider, Wormwood Review No. 45 (1972) pg.3
873) Poetry, You Whore, Wormwood Review No. 46 (1972) pg.63
874) The Smoking Car, Wormwood Review No. 46 (1972) pg.63
875) I Met This Woman, Wormwood Review No. 47 (1972) pg.103
876) The Painter, Wormwood Review No. 47 (1972) pg.104
877) The Last Poetry Reading, Wormwood Review No. 48 (1972) pg.135
878) Vern's Wife, Fling No. 5 (1972)
879) Heat, Magazine No. 5 (1972)
880) Sound And Passion, Pix Vol. 4 No. 5 (1972)
881) Dancing Nina, Fling Vol. 14 No. 6 January (1972) pg.20
882) Madness, Invisible City No. 7 October (1972)
883) One More Farewell, Invisible City No. 7 October (1972)
884) The Bells, Invisible City No. 7 October (1972)
885) Henry Miller Lives In Pacific Palisades And I Live On Skid Row, Still Writing About Sex, Knight Vol. 9 No. 7 (1972)
886) The Poor Fish, Pix Vol. 4 No. 7 (1972)
887) All The Sacred Christs That Never Arrive, Amphora No. 8 (1972) pg.24
888) Death, Amphora No. 8 (1972) pg.21
889) Louis-Ferdinand Destouches, Amphora No. 8 (1972) pg.20
890) Winterlost, Amphora No. 8 (1972) pg.22, 23
891) Animal Crackers In My Soup, Pix Vol. 4 No. 8 July (1972)
892) My Literary Fly, New York Quarterly No. 9 (1972)
893) Style, New York Quarterly No. 9 (1972)
894) Coffee And Babies, Pebble No. 9 Winter (1972)
895) Day At The Oak Tree Meet, Pebble No. 9 Winter (1972)
896) 1/13/72 Phoenix, NOLA Express No. 99 (1972)
897) Bop Bop Against That Curtain, Arcade, The Comics Review (1973)
898) A Hot Friday Night In The Feminist Bookshop, Los Angeles Free Press (1973) pg.23
899) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man, Los Angeles Free Press June 1 (1973)
900) You Can't Write A Love Story, Los Angeles Free Press February 2nd (1973)
901) Decline And Fall, Los Angeles Weekly News (1973)
902) The Angel Who Pushed His Wheelchair, Peace and Pieces (1973)
903) The Fisherman, Peace and Pieces (1973)
904) Another Academy, Specimen 73 (1973)
905) If We Take, Specimen 73 (1973)
906) Law, Specimen 73 (1973)
907) Love & Fame & Death, Specimen 73 (1973)
908) Old Man, Dead In A Room, Specimen 73 (1973)
909) The Priest And The Matador, Specimen 73 (1973)
910) All God's Children Got Trouble, Event Vol. 3 No. 1 (1973)
911) Dragging Around The Heights With Typewriter Fingers, Event Vol. 3 No. 1 (1973)
912) I Can't Stay In The Same Room With That Woman For Five Minutes, Event Vol. 3 No. 1 (1973)
913) I Hear All The Latest Hit Tunes, Event Vol. 3 No. 1 (1973)
914) The Artist, Event Vol. 3 No. 1 (1973)
915) You Do It While You're Killing Flies, Event Vol. 3 No. 1 (1973)
916) These Little Talks In Room 109 With This Guy Called Harry, Schist No. 1 (1973)
917) All About, Slowglass Vol. 1 No. 1 (1973) pg.46
918) She Lost Weight, Slowglass Vol. 1 No. 1 (1973) pg.43
919) The Arcade Room, Slowglass Vol. 1 No. 1 (1973) pg.47
920) The Copulation Blues, Slowglass Vol. 1 No. 1 (1973) pg.45
921) Vegetables, Slowglass Vol. 1 No. 1 (1973) pg.44
922) Love Is A Midget, Stump No. 1 (1973)
923) One For Blaise Cendrars, Stump No. 1 (1973)
924) Style, Gambit Vol. 10 No. 11 November (1973)
925) The Rat, Gambit Vol. 10 No. 11 November (1973)
926) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 121 (1973)
927) Back Ups, New York Quarterly No. 13 (1973)
928) Love, New York Quarterly No. 13 (1973)
929) The Giraffes, New York Quarterly No. 13 (1973)
930) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man (exact contents unknown), NOLA Express No. 139 (1973)
931) Man Mowing The Lawn Across The Way From Me, New York Quarterly No. 14 (1973)
932) Song Of This Old Man, New York Quarterly No. 14 (1973)
933) The Icecream People, New York Quarterly No. 14 (1973)
934) 200 Yards From The Surf, New York Quarterly No. 15 (1973)
935) Contributors, New York Quarterly No. 15 (1973)
936) Contributors' Notes, New York Quarterly No. 15 (1973)
937) Laugh Literary, New York Quarterly No. 15 (1973)
938) Woman In The Supermarket, New York Quarterly No. 15 (1973)
939) The Avoidance Of Boredom, New York Quarterly No. 16 (1973)
940) Visit To Venice, Vagabond No. 17 (1973)
941) Ah, Bartleby's Review Vol. 1 No. 2 (1973)
942) Crime and Punishment, Ohio Review Vol. 14 No. 2 (1973) pg.63
943) Little Poem, Ohio Review Vol. 14 No. 2 (1973) pg.62
944) A Radio With Guts, Stonecloud No. 2 (1973) pg.19
945) I Can't See Anything, Stonecloud No. 2 (1973) pg.95
946) Trouble With Spain, Stonecloud No. 2 (1973) pg.20
947) 1/5, Ear in a Wheatfield Vol. 2 No. 3 November (1973)
948) Wide And Revolving, Quarry No. 3 (1973)
949) Beerbottle, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
950) Don't Come Around But If You Do, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
951) He Beats His Women, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
952) Layover, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
953) Love Poem To Marina, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
954) Poem To A Man In Jail, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
955) Six Inches, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
956) The Knifer, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 3 (1973)
957) In Bed Until Noon With The Poets, Two Charlies No. 3 (1973) pg.35
958) Nerves, Two Charlies No. 3 (1973) pg.33
959) Smiling, Shining, Singing, Two Charlies No. 3 (1973) pg.37
960) Some People Never Go Crazy, Two Charlies No. 3 (1973) pg.36
961) The Nude Dancer, Two Charlies No. 3 (1973) pg.34
962) A Hot Tip On The Future, Cave No. 4 (1973)
963) Down By The Sea, The Beautiful Sea, Cave No. 4 (1973)
964) Down The Silver River With One Shoe Off, Cave No. 4 (1973)
965) The Hippies And The Killer, Cave No. 4 (1973)
966) Ya Know, Beethoven Conducted His Last Symphony While Almost Totally Deaf, Cave No. 4 (1973) pg.12
967) Upon The Mathematics Of The Breath And The Way, Small Press Review Vol. 4 No. 4 (1973)
968) A Critic, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 4/5 (1973)
969) In The Name Of Love And Art, Second Coming Vol. 2 No. 4/5 (1973)
970) Born To Lose, Wormwood Review No. 49 (1973) pg.38
971) Daylight Saving, Wormwood Review No. 49 (1973) pg.38
972) 2347 Duane, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
973) 5 Dollars, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
974) A Radio With Guts, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
975) Cooperation, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
976) I'm In Love, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
977) The Apple, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
978) The Egg, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
979) The Knifer, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
980) The Ladies Of Summer, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
981) The Night I Was Going To Die, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
982) The Violin Player, Sparrow No. 5 February (1973)
983) The Angels Say Keep Going, Wormwood Review No. 50 (1973) pg.69
984) Vacancy, Wormwood Review No. 50 (1973) pg.70
985) Bukowski, Wormwood Review No. 51 (1973) pg.116
986) My Afternoons Into Night, Wormwood Review No. 51 (1973) pg.115
987) Our Song, Wormwood Review No. 51 (1973) pg.114
988) The Best Love Poem I Can Write at the Moment, Mag No. 6 Summer-Fall (1973)
989) Horse On Fire, Invisible City No. 8 April (1973)
990) The Last Round, Invisible City No. 8 April (1973)
991) A Plausible Finish, Aunt Harriet's Flair for Writing Review November (1974) pg.3
992) An Almost Made Up Poem About A Lady Who Has Vanished From My Mailbox, Aunt Harriet's Flair for Writing Review November (1974) pg.5
993) Love, Aunt Harriet's Flair for Writing Review November (1974) pg.2
994) Pull A String, A Puppet Moves, Aunt Harriet's Flair for Writing Review November (1974) pg.4
995) There Is Something Very Ugly About Circuses And Picnics Too, Death Was Our Escort (1974)
996) A Hot Day In Los Angeles, Everyman (1974)
997) Directions, Instructions, And Signs To The Indolent, The Bored, And The Insufficient, Everyman (1974)
998) Panties, Everyman (1974)
999) The Drunk Tank Judge, Everyman (1974)
1000) The Reading, Everyman (1974)
1001) Face Of A Political Candidate On A Street Billboard, Los Angeles Free Press May (1974)
1002) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man, Los Angeles Free Press June 28 (1974)
1003) An Evaluation, Peckerwood (1974)
1004) Ducking, Peckerwood (1974)
1005) A Poem To Myself, Something Else Yearbook (1974) pg.108
1006) Loneliness, Rama Vol. 4 No. 1 (1974) pg.36
1007) Christmas Eve, Alone (1973), This Is Not The Titanic No. 1 (1974) pg.59
1008) He Layed It Up There Into The Air, This Is Not The Titanic No. 1 (1974) pg.55
1009) My New Parents (For Mr. And Mrs. P.C.), This Is Not The Titanic No. 1 (1974) pg.57
1010) Straight On Through, This Is Not The Titanic No. 1 (1974) pg.56
1011) The Young Lady Who Lives In Canoga Park, This Is Not The Titanic No. 1 (1974) pg.58
1012) Bar, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1013) Blot, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1014) Driveway, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1015) Food, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1016) Horse, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1017) I Don't Give A Damn, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1018) Opera, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1019) People, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1020) Space, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1021) Telephone, Los Angeles Free Press Vol. 11 No. 10 March 8 (1974)
1022) Did You Ever Think About That?, The Shore Review No. 12/13 (1974)
1023) Moths, The Shore Review No. 12/13 (1974) pg.26
1024) Soul, The Shore Review No. 12/13 (1974)
1025) The Drill, The Shore Review No. 12/13 (1974)
1026) The Experts, The Shore Review No. 12/13 (1974)
1027) Doom Like Those Large Red Lights You Suddenly See In The Overhead Mirror, Buffalo Stamps No. 2 (1974) pg.26
1028) Fact, Buffalo Stamps No. 2 (1974) pg.24
1029) On Creely, Buffalo Stamps No. 2 (1974) pg.23
1030) S.R.O., Buffalo Stamps No. 2 (1974) pg.22
1031) The Hunt, Buffalo Stamps No. 2 (1974) pg.27
1032) To The Above, Buffalo Stamps No. 2 (1974) pg.25
1033) Cooperation, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 2 (1974) pg.24
1034) The New One, Schist No. 2 (1974)
1035) Blue Cheese And Chili Peppers, Bastard Angel No. 3 (1974)
1036) The Blue Head Of Death, Bastard Angel No. 3 (1974)
1037) The Man She Saw At The Racetrack, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 3 (1974) pg.24
1038) My Comrades, The Painted Bride Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 3 (1974)
1039) Warts, The Painted Bride Quarterly Vol. 1 No. 3 (1974)
1040) On The Circuit, Unmuzzled Ox Vol. 2 No. 3 (1974)
1041) A Cop-Out To A Possible Immortality, Stonecloud No. 3/4 (1974)
1042) Hooked, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 5 (1974) pg.25
1043) Like A Movie, Sotto Voce No. 5 (1974)
1044) 200 Years, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.14
1045) 55 Beds In The Same Direction, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.18
1046) A Bit Of Light For The Toad, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.26
1047) Demise, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.28
1048) Eleven, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.23
1049) Finish, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.16
1050) No Bra, No Panties, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.24
1051) Tarot, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.22
1052) Well, Now That Ezra Has Died, Wormwood Review No. 53 (1974) pg.21
1053) Raw With Love (For N.W.), Los Angeles Free Press No. 530 September (1974)
1054) 75 Million Dollars, Wormwood Review No. 55 (1974) pg.107
1055) Girls Coming Home In Their Cars, Wormwood Review No. 55 (1974) pg.107
1056) Some Picnic, Wormwood Review No. 55 (1974) pg.108
1057) Fair Stand The Fields Of France And Negation, Wormwood Review No. 57 (1974) pg.40
1058) Poor Trochi, Wormwood Review No. 57 (1974) pg.38
1059) Round Trip - For T.H., Wormwood Review No. 57 (1974) pg.40
1060) There's People In Places Where Snow Lives, Wormwood Review No. 57 (1974) pg.41
1061) Would You Suggest Writing As A Career?, London Magazine Vol. 13 No. 6 (1974)
1062) 2 Horse Collars, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 6 (1974)
1063) The First Love, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 6 (1974)
1064) The Strangest Sight You Ever Did See, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 6 (1974)
1065) Warts, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 6 (1974)
1066) Your Own Toilet, Poetry Now Vol. 1 No. 6 (1974)
1067) Tarot Cards, Choice No. 9 (1974)
1068) We, The Artists, Choice No. 9 (1974)
1069) Well, Now That Ezra Has Died, Choice No. 9 (1974)
1070) Yes, Yes, Choice No. 9 (1974)
1071) Mine, Out Of Sight No. 90 (1974)
1072) Piss And Shit, Pebble No. 12 Winter (1974-75)
1073) A Well-Known Poet And Myself, Allegheny Star Route (1975)
1074) The Big Fire, Allegheny Star Route (1975)
1075) The Sewer, Allegheny Star Route (1975)
1076) Transplant, Allegheny Star Route (1975)
1077) A Poem For Elvis P. And Charley The B., Los Angeles Free Press January (1975)
1078) A Poem For The Swingers, Los Angeles Free Press January (1975)
1079) All The Little Girls, Los Angeles Free Press November 28th (1975)
1080) Entertainment, Los Angeles Free Press November 28th (1975)
1081) Feed Time, Los Angeles Free Press January (1975)
1082) It's Difficult To Be A God When Bananas Eat Monkeys, Los Angeles Free Press January (1975)
1083) No Fuck, Los Angeles Free Press November 28th (1975)
1084) Notes Of A Dirty Old Man, Los Angeles Free Press August 22 (1975)
1085) The Good Guy, Los Angeles Free Press November 28th (1975)
1086) The Silver Mirror (For Georgia K.), Los Angeles Free Press December (1975)
1087) Will The Real Thing Please Stand Up And Wave A Wooden Arm?, Marilyn Vol. 1 Autumn (1975)
1088) Answer, Unmuzzled Ox Special Issue (1975)
1089) Full Moon, Fireweed Vol. 1 No. 1 (1975) pg.35
1090) In This Place Now, Fireweed Vol. 1 No. 1 (1975) pg.36
1091) A Note On Rejection Slips, Gravida Vol. 2 No. 1 Winter (1975)
1092) Bow Love Down, Nausea Vol. 3 No. 1 (1975)
1093) 86'D, Nitty Gritty Vol. 1 No. 1 (1975)
1094) 2,294, Objects No. 1 (1975)
1095) Another Argument, Objects No. 1 (1975)
1096) Palm Leaves, Objects No. 1 (1975)
1097) The Red Porsche, Poetry Now Vol. 2 No. 1 (1975) pg.30
1098) A Poem Written In A Letter To Linda King, Feb. 29, 1971...Still Pertinent...1975, Purr No. 1 (1975)
1099) Bluebird, Purr No. 1 (1975)
1100) Big Max, The midAtlantic Review Vol. 1 No. 1 Summer (1975) pg.16
1101) Kraznick, The midAtlantic Review Vol. 1 No. 1 Summer (1975) pg.17
1102) The Lady Poetess With Long Blonde Hair And Long Silver Gown, Standing Tall And Explaining To Her Audience How The Muse Came, The midAtlantic Review Vol. 1 No. 1 Summer (1975) pg.15
1103) What I Read About When I'm Not Feeling Good, The Shore Review No. 14 (1975)
1104) I Have Taken The Place Of The Starving Artist I Used To Be (For Charles Bukowski), New York Quarterly No. 17 (1975)
1105) B, American Poetry Review Vol. 4 No. 2 (1975)
1106) Drooling Madness At St. Liz, American Poetry Review Vol. 4 No. 2 (1975)
1107) The Drunk Tank Judge, Ontario Review No. 2 (1975)
1108) The Proud Thin Dying, Poetry Now Vol. 2 No. 2 (1975) pg.27
1109) It Works Like Liquid Snot Coming Out Of Fire Hoses, Purr No. 2 (1975)
1110) My Lucky Friend, Purr No. 2 (1975)
1111) The Good Life, Willmore City No. 2/3 Fall (1975) pg.8
1112) , Arcade Vol. 1 No. 3 (1975)
1113) Face Of A Political Candidate On A Street Billboard, New Poetry Vol. 23 No. 3 (1975)
1114) Interviews, New Poetry Vol. 23 No. 3 (1975)
1115) Nothing Is As Effective As Defeat, New Poetry Vol. 23 No. 3 (1975)
1116) AT&T, Purr No. 3 (1975)
1117) A Class Broad, Schist No. 3 (1975)
1118) Problems About The Other Woman, Schist No. 3 (1975)
1119) Africa, Paris, Greece, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1120) Blue Moon, Oh Bleweeww Mooooon How I Adore You!, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1121) Face Of A Political Candidate On A Street Billboard, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1122) Interviews, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1123) Nothing Is As Effective As Defeat, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1124) Solid State Marty, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1125) Success, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1126) Yankee Doodle, Sparrow No. 30 March (1975)
1127) The Voice Of The Bukowski, Poetry Now Vol. 2 No. 4 (1975) pg.16
1128) Mean And Stingy, The Painted Bride Quarterly Vol. 2 No. 4 Fall (1975) pg.14
1129) Nava, And Life, The Painted Bride Quarterly Vol. 2 No. 4 Fall (1975) pg.16
1130) This One Poet, Yellow Brick Road No. 4 (1975)
1131) Jaggernaut: Wild Horse On A Plastic Phallus, Creem Vol. 7 No. 5 October (1975)
1132) Life And Death In The Charity Ward, London Magazine Vol. 14 No. 5 (1975)
1133) The Hollywood Hustle, Transatlantic Review No. 52 (1975)
1134) An Old Fan, Wormwood Review No. 60 (1975) pg.118
1135) Kiss Me, Wormwood Review No. 60 (1975) pg.119
1136) Look At That Guy, Wormwood Review No. 60 (1975) pg.117
1137) Shoot Me In The Leg, Shouts The Sky; Some Good Soul Does As The Sawdust Falls Through, Wormwood Review No. 60 (1975) pg.118
1138) For Jane, California Bicentennial Poets Anthology (1976)
1139) Something For The Touts, The Nuns, The Grocery Clerks And You, California Bicentennial Poets Anthology (1976)
1140) The Priest And The Matador, California Bicentennial Poets Anthology (1976)
1141) The Tragedy Of The Leaves, California Bicentennial Poets Anthology (1976)
1142) Another One Of My Critics, Intrepid Anthology: A Decade & Then Some (1976)
1143) Overtime, Intrepid Anthology: A Decade & Then Some (1976)
1144) The Girl Outside Of Strawberry Patch # One, Intrepid Anthology: A Decade & Then Some (1976)
1145) The Police Helicopter, Intrepid Anthology: A Decade & Then Some (1976)
1146) Six Inches, National Screw Vol. 1 No. 1 November (1976)
1147) A Goodbye, Coldspring Journal No. 10 (1976)
1148) After The Reading, Coldspring Journal No. 10 (1976)
1149) Bob Dylan, Coldspring Journal No. 10 (1976)
1150) I'm Getting Back To Where I Was, Coldspring Journal No. 10 (1976)
1151) O.D., Coldspring Journal No. 10 (1976)
1152) The Meek Have Inherited, Coldspring Journal No. 10 (1976)
1153) The Only Mistress, Coldspring Journal No. 10 (1976)
1154) This One Poet, Poetry Now No. 13 (1976) pg.41
1155) Big Grey Balloon Things, Heavy, New York Quarterly No. 18 (1976)
1156) Poems, New York Quarterly No. 18 (1976)
1157) Sailing Up Your Yellow River, New York Quarterly No. 18 (1976)
1158) The Ladies Of The Afternoon, Black Moss Vol. 2 No. 2 (1976)
1159) The Night I Killed Tommy, Black Moss Vol. 2 No. 2 (1976)
1160) I'd Like A Mermaid, Coast Vol. 17 No. 2 February (1976)
1161) In Fairness, Fireweed Vol. 1 No. 2 (1976)
1162) All God's Rats, Marilyn No. 2 (1976)
1163) One For R.O., Unmuzzled Ox Vol. 4 No. 2 (1976)
1164) Classical Crabs (excerpt from Factotum), Seven Stars No. 22 (1976)
1165) No Smoking (excerpt from Factotum), Seven Stars No. 22 (1976)
1166) An Unusual Place, De Humanities Vol. 1 No. 3 Summer (1976)
1167) Arena, De Humanities Vol. 1 No. 3 Summer (1976)
1168) Those Sons Of Bitches, De Humanities Vol. 1 No. 3 Summer (1976)
1169) Rip-off, Fireweed Vol. 1 No. 3 Spring (1976) pg.26
1170) Thoughts From A Stone Bench In Venice, The Painted Bride Quarterly Vol. 3 No. 3 Fall (1976) pg.30
1171) The Fiend, Hustler Vol. 3 No. 5 (1976)
1172) Love Song (For L.K.), Purr No. 5 (1976)
1173) Alone With Everybody, Scree No. 5 (1976)
1174) Milk A Cow And Get Milk, Scree No. 5 (1976)
1175) The Insane Always Loved Me, Scree No. 5 (1976)
1176) The Meaning, Scree No. 5 (1976)
1177) The New Place, Wormwood Review No. 61 (1976) pg.36
1178) Cloud 9, Wormwood Review No. 62 (1976) pg.78
1179) I Like To Look Up At The Ceiling For Designs In The Cracks, Wormwood Review No. 62 (1976) pg.79
1180) I Live In A Neighborhood Of Murder, Wormwood Review No. 62 (1976) pg.79
1181) Susan's Sunset And Western, Wormwood Review No. 62 (1976) pg.80
1182) Free, Wormwood Review No. 64 (1976) pg.142
1183) Let's Be Original, Wormwood Review No. 64 (1976) pg.144
1184) Utah, Wormwood Review No. 64 (1976) pg.143
1185) A Killer, Scree No. 7 (1976)
1186) Sex, Scree No. 7 (1976)
1187) This Then, Scree No. 7 (1976)
1188) Death, The Sunset Palms Hotel Vol. 4 No. 7 (1976)
1189) An Afternoon In Mid-February, Cerberus (1977)
1190) I Need And I Demand, P-A-N Summer (1977) pg.10
1191) The Angels Of Sunday, Unpublished Poems Vol. 1 (1977)
1192) Defeats Become Habitual, We Are The Secret Living Leprosy (1977)
1193) Me And Irwin Shaw, We Are The Secret Living Leprosy (1977)
1194) The Big Score, We Are The Secret Living Leprosy (1977)
1195) The Fortune Teller, We Are The Secret Living Leprosy (1977)
1196) Ask The Butterfly, Chouteau Review Vol. 2 No. 1 Summer (1977)
1197) Bathtub, Chouteau Review Vol. 2 No. 1 Summer (1977)
1198) Workout, Hustler Vol. 4 No. 1 July (1977) pg.78
1199) Like A Flower In The Rain (For P.B.), Nitty-Gritty Vol. 2 No. 1 (1977)
1200) 462-0614, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1201) Against The Tide, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1202) Be Alone, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1203) Bedpans, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1204) Beer, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1205) Carlton Way Off Western Ave., Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1206) Carrot, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1207) For A.D., Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1208) Goodbye, Goodbye, Clipped-Winged Bluebird, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1209) How To Be A Great Writer, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1210) Hunchback, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1211) I'm As Crazy As I Ever Was, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1212) Light Brown, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1213) Longshot, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1214) Melancholia And The Redhead, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1215) Poet And Poetess, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1216) The 6 Foot Goddess, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1217) The Crunch, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1218) The Poem Of The Empty Bed, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1219) The Promise, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1220) Through And Through, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1221) Time, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1222) V.G., Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1223) Waving And Waving Goodbye, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1224) Weep, Second Coming Vol. 5 No. 1 (1977)
1225) Who In The Hell Is Tom Jones?, New York Quarterly No. 19 (1977)
1226) 462-0614, Northwest Review Vol. 16 No. 3 (1977) pg.24
1227) 3 Chickens, Hustler Vol. 4 No. 4 October (1977) pg.52
1228) Claws Of Paradise, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1229) Hot Month, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1230) Maybe Tomorrow, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1231) The Drunk Tank Judge, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1232) The Happy Life Of The Tired, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1233) The Loner, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1234) The Proud Thin Dying, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1235) The Sandwich, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1236) Under, Sparrow No. 54 March (1977)
1237) Blinks A Little Spot Of Senseless Yellow In The Middle Of It All, Wormwood Review No. 65/66 (1977) pg.44
1238) It's Strange, Wormwood Review No. 68 (1977) pg.118
1239) The Veryest, Wormwood Review No. 68 (1977) pg.118
1240) The Big Dope Reading, Hustler Vol. 3 No. 9 (1977) pg.66
1241) Mosquito, Out of Step (1978)
1242) There's One In Every Bar, Out of Step (1978)
1243) 59 Cents A Pound, Northwest Review Vol. 17 No. 1 (1978) pg.19
1244) A Boy And His Dog, Second Coming Vol. 6 No. 1 (1978)
1245) Downtown, Second Coming Vol. 6 No. 1 (1978)
1246) The Ladies Who Rip Men Apart, Second Coming Vol. 6 No. 1 (1978)
1247) The Old Quarterback, Second Coming Vol. 6 No. 1 (1978)
1248) An Affair Of Very Little Importance, Hustler Vol. 4 No. 11 May (1978)
1249) Rhine Cruise, Koff Vol. 2 No. 2/3 (1978)
1250) The Girls Are Gone, Koff Vol. 2 No. 2/3 (1978)
1251) Love, New York Quarterly No. 20 (1978)
1252) I Can Hear The Sound Of Human Lives Being Ripped To Pieces, New York Quarterly No. 21 (1978)
1253) Now She Hates Me, New York Quarterly No. 21 (1978)
1254) That Chinaman Did Right, New York Quarterly No. 21 (1978)
1255) This One, New York Quarterly No. 22 (1978)
1256) Beer, Gasolin No. 23 (1978)
1257) Junkie, Gasolin No. 23 (1978)
1258) Unleaded, New York Quarterly No. 23 (1978)
1259) We'll Take Them, New York Quarterly No. 23 (1978)
1260) And All The Snow Melted, Vagabond Anthology No. 28 (1978)
1261) Visit To Venice, Vagabond Anthology No. 28 (1978)
1262) Tables, Pearl No. 3 Spring-Summer (1978)
1263) The Big Ride, Pearl No. 3 Spring-Summer (1978)
1264) A Scene Of Temperate Indifference, City Lights Journal No. 4 (1978)
1265) A Good Show, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.92
1266) 2 Buddies, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.106
1267) A Little Sun, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.83
1268) A Love Poem For All The Women I Have Known, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.100
1269) An Old Jockey, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.82
1270) And My Mother Had A Nice Umbrella And Looked Beautiful In The Rain, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.98
1271) Beers, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.92
1272) Black, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.86
1273) Chilled, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.116
1274) Exegesis, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.100
1275) Firing Squad, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.120
1276) He Uses Unwaxed Dental Floss, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.110
1277) I Liked Him, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.104
1278) Inflation And All, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.81
1279) Job #36, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.95
1280) Last Try, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.113
1281) Legs, Hips And Behind, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.115
1282) Lost Dog, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.108
1283) Men In Urinals, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.94
1284) My God, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.90
1285) My Kind Of Place, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.96
1286) Ow, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.111
1287) Panasonic, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.93
1288) Rise, Old Purple Snake!, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.119
1289) Sad Letters From Up North, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.102
1290) Silk Pink Gown, Silk Blue Gown, Silk Purple Gown, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.85
1291) Smashed, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.99
1292) The Beast, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.109
1293) The Beautiful Young Girl Walking Past The Graveyard, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.91
1294) The Big Weight-Lifting Feat, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.114
1295) The Dandy, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.84
1296) The Finish Of Moby Dick, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.102
1297) The Image, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.97
1298) The Interview, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.117
1299) The Machine, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.88
1300) The Yards, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.105
1301) They Arrived, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.81
1302) Train Station, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.112
1303) Water Bugs, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.105
1304) Where's It At?, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.88
1305) With A Class Lady In A Big Flower Hat, Wormwood Review No. 71 (1978) pg.103
1306) 59 Cents A Pound, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1307) 8 Rooms, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1308) Close Encounters Of Another Kind, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1309) Horse And Fist, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1310) Hug The Dark, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1311) I Liked Him, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1312) Junk, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1313) Mermaid, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1314) Metamorphosis, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1315) Promenade, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1316) The Killer Smiles, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1317) We'll Take Them, Sparrow No. 72 September (1978)
1318) A 56 Year Old Poem, Wormwood Review No. 72 (1978) pg.154
1319) The Deathly Bravo, Wormwood Review No. 72 (1978) pg.153
1320) Tough Company, Little Word Machine No. 8/9 (1978)
1321) The Reading, Harbor Review (1979)
1322) Vallejo, Harbor Review (1979)
1323) Virgins, Harbor Review (1979)
1324) Break-In, Hustler (1979)
1325) Racetrack, New Lazarus Review Vol. 2 No. 1 (1979)
1326) The Weather's Been Fair, New Lazarus Review Vol. 2 No. 1 (1979)
1327) If We Take, Second coming Vol. 7 No. 1 (1979)
1328) Funny Man, Midatlantic Review No. 11 (1979)
1329) It's Easy, Midatlantic Review No. 11 (1979)
1330) Trouble In The Ghetto, Midatlantic Review No. 11 (1979)
1331) , Beyond Baroque Vol. 10 No. 2 (1979)
1332) Mirror, Beyond Baroque 792 Vol. 10 No. 2 Summer (1979)
1333) Time Off, Beyond Baroque 792 Vol. 10 No. 2 Summer (1979)
1334) 4 Blocks, New York Quarterly No. 24 (1979)
1335) That Big Nice Girl, New York Quarterly No. 24 (1979)
1336) A Drink To That, New York Quarterly No. 25 (1979)
1337) Combat Primer, New York Quarterly No. 25 (1979)
1338) Platonic, New York Quarterly No. 25 (1979)
1339) Nana, Wormwood Review No. 73 (1979) pg.39
1340) The Lady With The Dog, Wormwood Review No. 73 (1979) pg.37
1341) Interview, Wormwood Review No. 74 (1979)
1342) Rock, Wormwood Review No. 74 (1979) pg.73
1343) Social, Wormwood Review No. 74 (1979) pg.68
1344) Tongue-Cut, Wormwood Review No. 74 (1979) pg.73
1345) Within My Own Madness, Wormwood Review No. 74 (1979) pg.72
1346) 2nd. Street, Near Hollister, In Santa Monica, Wormwood Review No. 76 (1979) pg.157
1347) An Observer, Wormwood Review No. 76 (1979) pg.158
1348) Sibelius And Etc., Wormwood Review No. 76 (1979) pg.156
1349) Silk, Wormwood Review No. 76 (1979) pg.157
1350) The Immortals, Wormwood Review No. 76 (1979) pg.155
1351) The Days Run Away Like Wild Horses Over The Hills, Reader Vol. 2 No. 8 December (1979)
1352) Mozart Wrote His First Opera Before The Age Of Fourteen, Harbor Review (1980)
1353) The Lady In Red, Poets and Writers (1980)
1354) Love & Fame & Death, Thinking Of The Lost World (1980) pg.22
1355) Old Man, Dead In A Room, Thinking Of The Lost World (1980) pg.22
1356) The Miracle, Thinking Of The Lost World (1980) pg.17
1357) Kuv Stuff Mox Out, Orpheus Vol. 1 No. 1 Spring (1980) pg.28
1358) Blue Moon, Oh Bleweeww Mooooon How I Adore You!, Smoke Signals Vol. 2 No. 1 (1980)
1359) Burning Bright, Poetry Now Vol. 5 No. 4 (1980)
1360) The Fucking Horses, Poetry Now Vol. 5 No. 4 (1980)
1361) 1984, Wormwood Review No. 77 (1980) pg.39
1362) A Fact, Wormwood Review No. 77 (1980) pg.40
1363) A Note Upon Waste, Wormwood Review No. 77 (1980) pg.39
1364) Dead Again, Wormwood Review No. 77 (1980) pg.38
1365) Overt Population, Wormwood Review No. 77 (1980) pg.40
1366) The Beach Boys, Wormwood Review No. 77 (1980) pg.41
1367) Hotel Felix, Wormwood Review No. 78 (1980) pg.83
1368) Yes, Wormwood Review No. 78 (1980) pg.84
1369) A Note Upon Starvation, Wormwood Review No. 80 (1980) pg.136
1370) And Titles Too, Wormwood Review No. 80 (1980) pg.135
1371) Love, Wormwood Review No. 80 (1980) pg.131
1372) Shopping List, Wormwood Review No. 80 (1980) pg.131
1373) Time Is Made To Be Wasted, Wormwood Review No. 80 (1980) pg.133
1374) We're All So Wanted, Wormwood Review No. 80 (1980) pg.132
1375) The Twins, Father Poems March (1981) pg.14
1376) Another Horse Poem For All My Dear Friends, The Spirit That Moves Us Vol. 6 No. 1 (1981)
1377) Notes Upon A Hot Streak, The Spirit That Moves Us Vol. 6 No. 1 (1981)
1378) East Hollywood: The New Paris, Second Coming Vol. 10 No. 1/2 (1981)
1379) Guava Tree, Berkeley Poetry Review No. 10 (1981)
1380) Snap Snap, Berkeley Poetry Review No. 10 (1981)
1381) Manx, Impulse Press No. 11 March (1981)
1382) Smooth, Tendril No. 11 (1981)
1383) , Bachy No. 18 (1981)
1384) On Photographs, Scree No. 19/20/21 (1981)
1385) Ah, Cedar Rock Vol. 6 No. 2 Spring (1981)
1386) Blue Collar Solitude, Cedar Rock Vol. 6 No. 2 Spring (1981)
1387) For The Little One, Cedar Rock Vol. 6 No. 2 Spring (1981)
1388) He Used To Be, Cedar Rock Vol. 6 No. 2 Spring (1981)
1389) Ladies Talking On The Telephone, Cedar Rock Vol. 6 No. 2 Spring (1981)
1390) Mannheim, Germany, May 1978, Cedar Rock Vol. 6 No. 2 Spring (1981)
1391) Only The Dragging Of Time Like A Dry Turd Being Pulled By A String, Smoke Signals Vol. 2 No. 2 & 3 (1981)
1392) Table For Two, Smoke Signals Vol. 2 No. 2 & 3 (1981)
1393) The Best Men Type Strongest Alone, Cedar Rock Vol. 6 No. 3 Summer (1981)
1394) Hell Yes, I'll Go, Winners Vol. 2 No. 3 July (1981)
1395) Laying Up, Winners Vol. 2 No. 3 July (1981)
1396) The Liberated Woman And The Liberated Air, Winners Vol. 2 No. 3 July (1981)
1397) This Habit, Winners Vol. 2 No. 3 July (1981)
1398) Trouble In The Night, Winners Vol. 2 No. 3 July (1981)
1399) Love And Courage, Poetry Now No. 31 (1981)
1400) The Game, Smudge No. 8 (1981)
1401) The Temporal Ease, Smudge No. 8 (1981)
1402) We Both Knew Him, Smudge No. 8 (1981)
1403) Old Man, Dead In A Room, South Bay Vol. 4 No. 8 November (1981)
1404) The Twins, South Bay Vol. 4 No. 8 November (1981)
1405) A Bad Night For My Buddy, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.32
1406) A Friend, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.24
1407) Action Down On The Corner, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.33
1408) All Together Now, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.16
1409) Chill, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.30
1410) Edith Sent Us, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.19
1411) Have A Nice Day, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.28
1412) Hollywood Ranch Market, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.17
1413) Night School, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.20
1414) Scarlet, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.23
1415) The German Hotel, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.34
1416) The Old Pinch Hitter, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.22
1417) The Trashing Of The Dildo, Wormwood Review No. 81/82 (1981) pg.31
1418) A Loser, Wormwood Review No. 84 (1981) pg.125
1419) Be Angry At San Pedro, Wormwood Review No. 84 (1981) pg.124
1420) Doll, Grinning Idiot (1982)
1421) Jack-Knife, Living Color (1982)
1422) Renewal, Living Color (1982)
1423) The Girls, Living Color (1982)
1424) Writing Is Very Much A State Of Trance, Living Color (1982)
1425) Yours, Living Color (1982)
1426) A Gallon Of Gas, Alcatraz No. 2 (1982)
1427) As Much As I Hate To Use This Word, Alcatraz No. 2 (1982)
1428) Lunch, Alcatraz No. 2 (1982)
1429) , Barney No. 2 (1982)
1430) Dummy, Barney No. 2 Winter (1982)
1431) Hello, Barbara, Barney No. 2 Winter (1982)
1432) Room 22, Ouija Madness No. 2 (1982)
1433) Agnostic, Stance No. 3 (1982)
1434) Cap, Stance No. 3 (1982)
1435) Hog, Stance No. 3 (1982)
1436) Making It, Stance No. 3 (1982)
1437) The Beautiful Rush, Stance No. 3 (1982)
1438) Words For You, Stance No. 3 (1982)
1439) My God, Poetry Now No. 35 (1982) pg.7
1440) The Night I Broke Away From Hemingway, Poetry Now No. 35 (1982) pg.6
1441) Carson McCullers, Poetry/LA No. 4 (1982)
1442) Gnawed By Dull Crisis, Poetry/LA No. 4 (1982)
1443) Grip The Light, Poetry/LA No. 4 (1982)
1444) All New Notes Of A Dirty Old Man, Smoke Signals Vol. 2 No. 4 (1982)
1445) An Old Buddy, Blow No. 5 (1982)
1446) The Funeral, Blow No. 5 (1982)
1447) Waiting For Christmas, Blow No. 5 (1982)
1448) Brown, Poetry Now Vol. 6 No. 6 (1982)
1449) The Eternal Players, Poetry Now Vol. 6 No. 6 (1982)
1450) The Old Soul-Suck Life, Another Chicago Magazine No. 7 (1982) pg.98
1451) The Soulless Life, Another Chicago Magazine No. 7 (1982) pg.98
1452) My War Of 1939, High Times No. 77 (1982)
1453) Getting My Money's Worth, Wormwood Review No. 85 (1982) pg.2
1454) Louis-Ferdinand Destouches, Wormwood Review No. 85 (1982) pg.1
1455) Slaughter, Wormwood Review No. 85 (1982) pg.4
1456) Those, Wormwood Review No. 85 (1982) pg.5
1457) Trouble, Wormwood Review No. 85 (1982) pg.2
1458) The Player, High Times No. 87 (1982)
1459) No Chance In Pomona, Wormwood Review No. 87 (1982) pg.108
1460) Parked, Wormwood Review No. 87 (1982) pg.105
1461) Parts Dept., Wormwood Review No. 87 (1982) pg.106
1462) The Drunk With The Little Legs, Wormwood Review No. 87 (1982) pg.107
1463) I Can't Stop, Wormwood Review No. 88 (1982) pg.153
1464) Pretty Boy, Wormwood Review No. 88 (1982) pg.151
1465) Fooling Marie, Berkeley Fiction Review (1983)
1466) I'll Take It All, Random Weirdness No. 1 October (1983)
1467) On Being Recognized, Random Weirdness No. 1 October (1983)
1468) The Pelicans, New Blood Magazine No. 10 (1983)
1469) Gothic And Etc., Poetry Now Vol. 7 No. 2 (1983)
1470) Too Late, Poetry Now Vol. 7 No. 2 (1983)
1471) Bar Chatter, Scree No. 22/23 (1983)
1472) Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree With Anyone Else But Me, Scree No. 22/23 (1983)
1473) Sloppy Day, Abraxas No. 27/28 (1983)
1474) The Green Cadillac, Abraxas No. 27/28 (1983)
1475) A Split, Electrum No. 31 (1983)
1476) , BFR No. 4 (1983)
1477) A Note To The Boys In The Back Room, A Poet No. 5 (1983)
1478) Something Cares, A Poet No. 5 (1983)
1479) Success?, A Poet No. 5 (1983)
1480) The Pack, A Poet No. 5 (1983)
1481) The Sadness Which Sometimes Pierces, A Poet No. 5 (1983)
1482) War All The Time, A Poet No. 5 (1983)
1483) Listening To The Radio At 1:35 A.M., Another Chicago Magazine No. 8 (1983)
1484) Retreat, Wormwood Review No. 89 (1983) pg.36
1485) Space Creatures, Wormwood Review No. 90 (1983) pg.75
1486) Home Run, High Times No. 91 (1983)
1487) Quits, Wormwood Review No. 92 (1983) pg.155
1488) Sick, Wormwood Review No. 92 (1983) pg.158
1489) The Big Benefit Reading, Wormwood Review No. 92 (1983) pg.156
1490) The Jockey, High Times No. 95 July (1983) pg.67
1491) The Tide, Grinning Idiot (1984)
1492) Lonely At The Top, Oui March (1984) pg.80
1493) The Son Of Satan, Oui (1984)
1494) Practice, Poetry Now (1984)
1495) The History Of A Tough Motherfucker, Poetry Now (1984)
1496) It's Fundamental, The Fantastic, Celebrating the Imagination (1984)
1497) No Title, The Fantastic, Celebrating the Imagination (1984)
1498) Funny, Gypsy No. 1 (1984)
1499) Girls, Get Back On Your Reels, Gypsy No. 1 (1984)
1500) Not All That Bad, Gypsy No. 1 (1984)
1501) Wine Pulse, Kangaroo Court No. 1 (1984)
1502) Fly The Friendly Skies, Oui Vol. 13 No. 1 January (1984) pg.117
1503) A Non-Urgent Poem, Sierra Madre Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1984)
1504) Note Upon Our Very Drab Affair, Sierra Madre Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1984)
1505) Mad Enough To Puke On The Whole World, High Times No. 108 (1984)
1506) Free Coffee, The Limberlost Review No. 13 (1984)
1507) The Gamblers, The Limberlost Review No. 13 (1984)
1508) A Certain Pride Here, Raccoon No. 14 (1984)
1509) A Disgust, And Only That, Aileron Vol. 5 No. 2 (1984)
1510) About We Of The Tender Souls, Aileron Vol. 5 No. 2 (1984)
1511) Alone In A Time Of Armies, Aileron Vol. 5 No. 2 (1984)
1512) For My Ivy League Friends, Aileron Vol. 5 No. 2 (1984)
1513) Snap And No Snap, Aileron Vol. 5 No. 2 (1984)
1514) The Chemistry Of Things, Aileron Vol. 5 No. 2 (1984)
1515) Vulgarity, Aileron Vol. 5 No. 2 (1984)
1516) Here I Am, Oro Madre Vol. 2 No. 3/4 (1984)
1517) One For The Old Boy, Electrum No. 33 (1984)
1518) Naked At 92 Degrees And Waiting For The End, Electrum No. 34 Spring (1984)
1519) Politics And Love, Oui Vol. 13 No. 5 May (1984) pg.86
1520) A Hot Sweaty Day In August, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1521) A Patriot Of Life, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1522) Bad Action, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1523) Fall Out, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1524) I Fall Into It Without Trying, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1525) My Critics Are Sometimes Right, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1526) Not To Worry, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1527) Reject, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1528) With A Flagpole Over The San Pedro Harbor, Blow No. 6 (1984)
1529) The Star, Oui Vol. 13 No. 6 (1984)
1530) The Fight, Oui Vol. 13 No. 7 (1984)
1531) Bad Night, Oui Vol. 13 No. 8 (1984)
1532) And Then We Got The Green, Wormwood Review No. 93 (1984) pg.38
1533) Some Of My Readers, Wormwood Review No. 93 (1984) pg.39
1534) Of Course, Wormwood Review No. 94 (1984) pg.76
1535) Promenade, Wormwood Review No. 94 (1984) pg.77
1536) Swinging From The Dumb Hook, Wormwood Review No. 94 (1984) pg.76
1537) A Boor, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.113
1538) American Literature II, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.87
1539) Counter, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.82
1540) Dead Dog, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.103
1541) Do You Use A Notebook?, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.120
1542) Dog Fight, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.81
1543) Fight, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.92
1544) Gift, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.112
1545) Guest, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.100
1546) Horse, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.89
1547) Horses Don't Bet On People And Neither Do I, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.119
1548) In My Day We Used To Call It Pussy-Whipped, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.122
1549) Independence Day, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.93
1550) Kenyon Review, After The Sandstorm, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.121
1551) Let It Go, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.115
1552) Locks, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.82
1553) My Soul Is Gone, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.90
1554) Talking To The Barkeep, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.106
1555) The Cats' Behinds, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.110
1556) The Girls, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.117
1557) The Other Room, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.97
1558) The Payoff, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.110
1559) The Vampires, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.87
1560) The Wavering Line, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.101
1561) There Are So Many Houses And Dark Streets Without Help, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.108
1562) They Can Ruin Your Day, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.118
1563) Token Drunk, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.97
1564) War, Wormwood Review No. 95 (1984) pg.99
1565) Confession, Wormwood Review No. 96 (1984) pg.159
1566) The Mutilation Of The Species, Wormwood Review No. 96 (1984) pg.159
1567) A Poem Is A City, All's Normal Here (1985)
1568) About The Love Poems Of The Cat, All's Normal Here (1985)
1569) Barred From The Polo Lounge, All's Normal Here (1985)
1570) Here I Am, All's Normal Here (1985)
1571) Poem For My 43rd Birthday, All's Normal Here (1985)
1572) Rhyming Poem, All's Normal Here (1985)
1573) Same Old Thing, Shakespeare Through Mailer, All's Normal Here (1985)
1574) Style, All's Normal Here (1985)
1575) The House, All's Normal Here (1985)
1576) Upon The Mathematics Of The Breath And The Way, All's Normal Here (1985)
1577) The Lady With The Legs, Hustler July (1985)
1578) Putrefaction, National Lampoon November (1985)
1579) 16-Bit Intel 8088 Chip, Aileron Vol. 6 No. 1 (1985)
1580) Is That Your Bicycle Out There Beneath The Shade Trees?, Aileron Vol. 6 No. 1 (1985)
1581) The Swarm Of Impossibility Can Be Knocked On Its Ass, Aileron Vol. 6 No. 1 (1985)
1582) Well, That's Just The Way It Is, Aileron Vol. 6 No. 1 (1985)
1583) Escape, Prism International Vol. 24 No. 1 October (1985) pg.16
1584) Love Poem To A Stripper, Prism International Vol. 24 No. 1 October (1985) pg.18
1585) 100 Jumbo Gem Clips And Some Hollywood Cigarettes, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.147
1586) A Close Call While Shopping, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.146
1587) An Importation, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.138
1588) Back To The Machinegun, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.136
1589) Casablanca And Everything, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.143
1590) Emergency, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.139
1591) Good Stuff, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.134
1592) Morning After, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.140
1593) One For Dear Old Dad, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.141
1594) Pick Up, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.145
1595) The 7 Horse, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.136
1596) The Old Movie Star, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.140
1597) Wrong Way, Wormwood Review No. 100 (1985) pg.142
1598) A Tragic Meeting, Pig In A Pamphlet No. 12 (1985) pg.5
1599) Never, Pig In A Pamphlet No. 12 (1985) pg.10
1600) Song, Pig In A Pamphlet No. 12 (1985) pg.1
1601) The Magic Machine, Pig In A Pamphlet No. 12 (1985) pg.3
1602) Hard Times, Clock Radio No. 2 (1985)
1603) Huh?, Clock Radio No. 2 (1985)
1604) My Buddy, Clock Radio No. 2 (1985)
1605) Party's Over, Clock Radio No. 2 (1985)
1606) Working Out, Clock Radio No. 2 (1985)
1607) Telephone, Gypsy No. 2 (1985)
1608) Style, New York Quarterly No. 26 (1985)
1609) Dear Editor, New York Quarterly No. 27 (1985)
1610) Dream Girl, I Understand Your Absence, New York Quarterly No. 28 (1985)
1611) The Lost Generation, New York Quarterly No. 28 (1985)
1612) The Numbers Game, New York Quarterly No. 28 (1985)
1613) Chatterton Took Rat Poison And Left The Rest Of Us In Peace, Alcatraz No. 3 (1985)
1614) Frankfurt Guns, Alcatraz No. 3 (1985)
1615) A Gentle, Alcoholic Night, Clock Radio No. 3 (1985)
1616) Speaking Of Drinking, Gypsy No. 3 (1985)
1617) Trying To Dry Out, Electrum No. 36 Spring/Summer (1985) pg.22
1618) About A Non-Typing Night, Frank Vol. 1 No. 4 (1985)
1619) Driving Test, Planet Detroit Magazine No. 6 (1985)
1620) Hemingway, Drunk Before Noon, Planet Detroit Magazine No. 6 (1985)
1621) The Unfolding, Planet Detroit Magazine No. 6 (1985)
1622) Won't You Be My Valentine?, Oui Vol. 14 No. 8 June (1985) pg.64
1623) Message, Wormwood Review No. 97 (1985) pg.37
1624) My Big Fling, Wormwood Review No. 97 (1985) pg.33
1625) The Man At The Piano, Wormwood Review No. 97 (1985) pg.34
1626) The Miracle Man, Wormwood Review No. 97 (1985) pg.35
1627) Unloading The Goods, Wormwood Review No. 97 (1985) pg.36
1628) Fun Times, Wormwood Review No. 99 (1985) pg.115
1629) Purple, Wormwood Review No. 99 (1985) pg.114
1630) Puzzle?, Wormwood Review No. 99 (1985) pg.116
1631) The Sadness Of The News, Wormwood Review No. 99 (1985) pg.118
1632) Poem For My 66th, Blue Window Fall/Winter (1986)
1633) Style, Los Angeles Times Magazine (1986)
1634) Loll, nude (1986)
1635) , Blue Window Vol. 1 No. 1 (1986)
1636) Renewal, Pandemonium No. 1 (1986)
1637) The Joke Is On The Sun, Second Coming Vol. 14 No. 1 (1986)
1638) A Little Atomic Bomb, Survival Song No. 1/2 (1986)
1639) Gallery, Wormwood Review No. 101 (1986) pg.36
1640) Hands, Wormwood Review No. 101 (1986) pg.38
1641) The Lucky Ones, Wormwood Review No. 102 (1986) pg.77
1642) This Is Free, Take It, And Feel Better, Wormwood Review No. 102 (1986) pg.78
1643) For The Foxes, The Defamers, The Tap Dancers, And The Dreamers Of Ballet, Wormwood Review No. 103 (1986) pg.87
1644) My Friend, Wormwood Review No. 103 (1986) pg.89
1645) Result, Wormwood Review No. 103 (1986) pg.88
1646) Shut Out, Wormwood Review No. 103 (1986) pg.88
1647) You Can't Tell A Turkey By Its Feathers, Wormwood Review No. 103 (1986) pg.90
1648) Don't Play It Again, Sam, Wormwood Review No. 104 (1986) pg.158
1649) The History Of A Tough Motherfucker, Wormwood Review No. 104 (1986) pg.156
1650) Information, Shattersheet No. 13 (1986)
1651) Nothing's Free, Not Even The Sun, Shattersheet No. 15 (1986)
1652) Dark Night Poem #1, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1653) Dark Night Poem #10, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1654) Dark Night Poem #11, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1655) Dark Night Poem #12, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1656) Dark Night Poem #2, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1657) Dark Night Poem #3, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1658) Dark Night Poem #4, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1659) Dark Night Poem #5, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1660) Dark Night Poem #6, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1661) Dark Night Poem #7, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1662) Dark Night Poem #8, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1663) Dark Night Poem #9, Amelia Vol. 3 No. 2 (1986)
1664) Sticks And Stones, Prism International Vol. 24 No. 2 Winter (1986)
1665) The Luck Of The Blessed, Prism International Vol. 24 No. 2 Winter (1986)
1666) Downtown L.A., New York Quarterly No. 29 (1986)
1667) It Doesn't Always Work, New York Quarterly No. 29 (1986)
1668) Look Out, New York Quarterly No. 29 (1986)
1669) My First Affair, New York Quarterly No. 29 (1986)
1670) Pink Silks, New York Quarterly No. 29 (1986)
1671) The Pro, New York Quarterly No. 29 (1986)
1672) Notes Upon The Sliding Dream, Grendhal Poetry Review Vol. 1 No. 3 May/June/July (1986)
1673) I'll Take It, Pig In A Poke No. 3 (1986)
1674) Siege, Pig In A Poke No. 3 (1986)
1675) Their Laughter Isn't Laughter But Their Tears Are Real, Pig In A Poke No. 3 (1986)
1676) Do You Believe, New York Quarterly No. 30 (1986)
1677) Education, New York Quarterly No. 30 (1986)
1678) Ow, New York Quarterly No. 30 (1986)
1679) The Freeway Life, New York Quarterly No. 30 (1986)
1680) The Man Without Women, New York Quarterly No. 30 (1986)
1681) Zero, New York Quarterly No. 30 (1986)
1682) Peace And Love, New York Quarterly No. 31 (1986)
1683) The Burning Of The Dream, New York Quarterly No. 31 (1986)
1684) Longshot, Clock Radio No. 4 (1986)
1685) My Turn, Clock Radio No. 4 (1986)
1686) Never Look, Clock Radio No. 4 (1986)
1687) Lost In San Pedro, Clock Radio No. 5 (1986)
1688) Stud Service, Fling No. 5 (1986)
1689) Hot Night, Slipstream No. 6 (1986)
1690) Oh, To Be Young!, Slipstream No. 6 (1986)
1691) I Meet A Mentor, The Burning World No. 6 (1986)
1692) The Nudey Stripper, The Burning World No. 7 (1986)
1693) Horseshoe Hangover, Flipside Fall (1987)
1694) Off And On, Flipside Fall (1987)
1695) Moving Up The Ladder, Long Shot Vol. 5 (1987) pg.72
1696) Pardon Me, You Got Some Light?, Long Shot Vol. 5 (1987) pg.69
1697) Postcard, Long Shot Vol. 5 (1987) pg.70
1698) Shoes, Los Angeles Times Magazine March 22 (1987)
1699) The Meek Have Inherited, Los Angeles Times Magazine March 22 (1987)
1700) The Jackals, Off My Face (1987)
1701) The Rape Of The Holy Mother, Off My Face (1987)
1702) Now That I'm Told, Flipside Vol. 1 No. 1 Spring (1987)
1703) A Love Poem, River Rat Review No. 1 (1987)
1704) Begging in Hell, River Rat Review No. 1 (1987)
1705) Company, River Rat Review No. 1 (1987)
1706) Going On, Wormwood Review No. 105 (1987) pg.36
1707) How I Got Started, Wormwood Review No. 105 (1987) pg.38
1708) Practice, Wormwood Review No. 105 (1987) pg.37
1709) Release, Wormwood Review No. 108 (1987) pg.117
1710) Speed!, Wormwood Review No. 108 (1987) pg.116
1711) , Blue Window Vol. 1 No. 2 (1987)
1712) Looking For The Hit Man, Raccoon No. 24/25 May (1987) pg.64
1713) My Cat, The Writer, Raccoon No. 24/25 May (1987) pg.62
1714) The Melt-down, Raccoon No. 24/25 May (1987) pg.67
1715) Blood Prejudice, California State Poetry Quarterly Vol. 14 No. 3 (1987)
1716) The Crucifixion, California State Poetry Quarterly Vol. 14 No. 3 (1987)
1717) The Old And The New, California State Poetry Quarterly Vol. 14 No. 3 (1987)
1718) Death Is Smoking My Cigars, Nightmares of Reason No. 3 (1987)
1719) Dog Man, Nightmares of Reason No. 3 (1987)
1720) I Like Your Books, Nightmares of Reason No. 3 (1987)
1721) We Can't And We Won't And We Don't Know How, Nightmares of Reason No. 3 (1987)
1722) Yeah, Nightmares of Reason No. 3 (1987)
1723) Snapshots, The Kindred Spirit Vol. 6 No. 3 Autumn (1987) pg.9
1724) Immortal Wino, New York Quarterly No. 32 (1987)
1725) Paris, Gargoyle No. 32/33 (1987)
1726) All The Way To The Grave, New York Quarterly No. 33 (1987)
1727) Bukowski, New York Quarterly No. 33 (1987)
1728) Close To Greatness, New York Quarterly No. 33 (1987)
1729) From God To Manure, New York Quarterly No. 33 (1987)
1730) I Meet The Famous Poet, New York Quarterly No. 33 (1987)
1731) On Goodbye Notes, New York Quarterly No. 33 (1987)
1732) Good Business, New York Quarterly No. 34 (1987)
1733) Replacements, New York Quarterly No. 34 (1987)
1734) The Lady Photographer, New York Quarterly No. 34 (1987)
1735) The Luck, New York Quarterly No. 34 (1987)
1736) Why, Hello There!, New York Quarterly No. 34 (1987)
1737) I Live To Write And Now I'm Dying, Scream No. 5 (1987)
1738) The Summer Pool Will Be Here, Deviation No. 6 (1987)
1739) Upon Our Location, Deviation No. 6 (1987)
1740) Carry On, Water Row Review No. 6 (1987)
1741) Cleansing The Ranks, Water Row Review No. 6 (1987)
1742) The Summing Up, Water Row Review No. 6 (1987)
1743) Drunk With The Buddha, Clock Radio No. 6/7 (1987)
1744) From #47695, Clock Radio No. 6/7 (1987)
1745) Sizzler Backup, Clock Radio No. 6/7 (1987)
1746) Sometimes You Go A Bit Crazy And You Don't Know Why, Clock Radio No. 6/7 (1987)
1747) A Magician, Gone, Slipstream No. 7 (1987)
1748) A Sensible Fellow, Slipstream No. 7 (1987)
1749) An Ordinary Poem Of Misspent Feelings, Slipstream No. 7 (1987)
1750) First Day, First Job, Slipstream No. 7 (1987)
1751) He's Probably Ripping And Tearing In Hell Right Now, Slipstream No. 7 (1987)
1752) A Bit Of Gardening, Clock Radio No. 8 (1987)
1753) Celebrating This Whoredom, Clock Radio No. 8 (1987)
1754) Near Nirvana, Clock Radio No. 8 (1987)
1755) The Sword, Emigre No. 8 (1987)
1756) A Strange Day, Dirty Bum: a Magazine No. 2 Winter (1987-88)
1757) A Suborder Of Hydroid Polyps With Naked Buds, Dirty Bum: a Magazine No. 2 Winter (1987-88)
1758) Have A Nice Day, Dirty Bum: a Magazine No. 2 Winter (1987-88)
1759) Before AIDS, Long Shot Vol. 7 (1988)
1760) D, Long Shot Vol. 7 (1988)
1761) Days Like Razors, Long Shot Vol. 7 (1988)
1762) Hey Kafka, Long Shot Vol. 7 (1988)
1763) The Aliens, Long Shot Vol. 7 (1988)
1764) Trollius And Trellises, Long Shot Vol. 7 (1988)
1765) Beans With Garlic, Maverick Poets (1988)
1766) Clean Old Man, Maverick Poets (1988)
1767) Take It, Maverick Poets (1988)
1768) The Drill, Maverick Poets (1988)
1769) The History Of A Tough Motherfucker, Maverick Poets (1988)
1770) The Insane Always Loved Me, Maverick Poets (1988)
1771) The Proud Thin Dying, Maverick Poets (1988)
1772) A Dove Is A Handel Is A Bach, California State Poetry Quarterly Vol. 15 No. 1 (1988)
1773) Save The Trees, Wormwood Review No. 109 (1988) pg.39
1774) Talking To A Part Of My Mailbox, Wormwood Review No. 109 (1988) pg.38
1775) 40 Years Ago In That Hotel Room, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.44
1776) Beauti-Ful, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.86
1777) Bright Boy, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.51
1778) Fingernails, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.57
1779) Fooling Marie, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.59
1780) Hemingway's Shadow, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.61
1781) I Been Working On The Railroad, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.47
1782) It's All So Clearly Simple, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.55
1783) Letter To A Friend With A Domestic Problem, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.41
1784) Macho Man, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.70
1785) No Man Is An Island, Especially Around Hollywood Park, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.79
1786) One Out, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.58
1787) Red Mercedes, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.69
1788) Swivel, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.63
1789) The End Of An Era, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.71
1790) The Main Course, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.74
1791) The Tax Consultant, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.81
1792) The Yellow Pencil, Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.76
1793) Transformation And Disfiguration At The P.O., Wormwood Review No. 110/111 (1988) pg.66
1794) A Sad Poem, Wormwood Review No. 112 (1988) pg.128
1795) Good Morning, How Are You?, Wormwood Review No. 112 (1988) pg.129
1796) Help Wanted And Received, Poetry/LA No. 16 (1988)
1797) It Curls Toward Me, Poetry/LA No. 16 (1988)
1798) The Lady And The Mountain Lion, Poetry/LA No. 16 (1988)
1799) Family Tree, Poetry/LA No. 17 (1988)
1800) The Last Horse Run, Poetry/LA No. 17 (1988)
1801) Wildcat Heart, Poetry/LA No. 17 (1988)
1802) Bright Red Car, River Rat Review No. 2 (1988)
1803) O, We Are The Outcasts, O We Burn In Wondrous Flame!, Rocks Off No. 2 (1988)
1804) 1988, The Jacaranda Review Vol. 3 No. 2 (1988)
1805) Put Out The Candles, The Jacaranda Review Vol. 3 No. 2 (1988)
1806) The Movie Actors, The Jacaranda Review Vol. 3 No. 2 (1988)
1807) Hungaria, Symphonia Poem #9 By Franz Liszt, Sub Rosa No. 23 March (1988) pg.13
1808) Duck And Forget It, Alpha Beat Soup No. 3 (1988)
1809) Non-Walking Papers, Alpha Beat Soup No. 3 (1988)
1810) White!, Alpha Beat Soup No. 3 (1988)
1811) Not From The Same Mould, River Rat Review No. 3 (1988)
1812) Now Why Did I Have To Write This?, River Rat Review No. 3 (1988)
1813) The Dreamer, River Rat Review No. 3 (1988)
1814) Sitting With The IBM, Third Lung Review No. 3 (1988)
1815) A Little Bit Of Sunbeam, Water Row Review No. 3 (1988)
1816) Joe, Gargoyle No. 35 (1988)
1817) A Goodbye To Spandau, New York Quarterly No. 35 (1988)
1818) Barfly, New York Quarterly No. 35 (1988)
1819) Dirty Laundry, New York Quarterly No. 35 (1988)
1820) The Writer, New York Quarterly No. 35 (1988)
1821) My Buddy, The Buddha, New York Quarterly No. 36 (1988)
1822) Self-Criticism Means, New York Quarterly No. 36 (1988)
1823) This Fraughtful Profession, New York Quarterly No. 36 (1988)
1824) A Summing Up, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1825) Do You Think Hemingway Or Celine Would Act Like This?, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1826) I Think Of Snails Crawling Toward The Twilight, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1827) Me And My Buddy, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1828) The Apparitions, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1829) The Empties, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1830) The Privatization Of The Parts, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1831) The Proclaimers, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1832) What Do You Write On A Machine, New York Quarterly No. 37 (1988)
1833) In A Room, Alpha Beat Soup No. 4 (1988)
1834) No Gain, No Loss, Alpha Beat Soup No. 4 (1988)
1835) About The Destruction Of A Tail Fin, Stance No. 5 (1988) pg.37
1836) Like Blasted Apart By A Bomb With The First Breath, Stance No. 5 (1988) pg.34
1837) There's A Poet On Every Barstool And Not Only That, They're All Geniuses, Stance No. 5 (1988) pg.41
1838) , Alternative Fiction & Poetry No. 5/6 (1988)
1839) Darkness, Blow No. 8 (1988)
1840) Final Story, Blow No. 8 (1988)
1841) The Finest Of The Breed, Blow No. 8 (1988)
1842) Suicide, Chic Magazine (1989)
1843) Hell Is A Lonely Place, Synaesthesia 89 (1989)
1844) The Bully, The Liar Vol. 5 (1989)
1845) , Arete Vol. 2 No. 1 (1989)
1846) Excerpt from Factotum, Arete Vol. 2 No. 1 July/August (1989)
1847) Hell Hath No Fury, Arete Vol. 2 No. 1 July/August (1989)
1848) I Am Visited By An Editor And A Poet, Arete Vol. 2 No. 1 July/August (1989)
1849) Love For $17.50, Arete Vol. 2 No. 1 July/August (1989)
1850) The History Of A Tough Motherfucker, Arete Vol. 2 No. 1 July/August (1989)
1851) The Night They Took Whitey, Arete Vol. 2 No. 1 July/August (1989)
1852) Note Upon The Moment, The Moment No. 10 (1989) pg.6
1853) The Nurses, The Moment No. 10 (1989) pg.6
1854) Justice, Wormwood Review No. 113 (1989) pg.44
1855) My Doctor, Wormwood Review No. 113 (1989) pg.45
1856) The Media, Wormwood Review No. 113 (1989) pg.44
1857) Dear Paw And Ma, Wormwood Review No. 116 (1989) pg.143
1858) The Factory Crew Of South East L.A., Wormwood Review No. 116 (1989) pg.141
1859) The State And That Begging Motherfucker, Art, Wormwood Review No. 116 (1989) pg.140
1860) Balloons, Poetry/LA No. 19 (1989)
1861) Dinner, Poetry/LA No. 19 (1989)
1862) Now, Poetry/LA No. 19 (1989)
1863) Death, Exit 13 No. 2 (1989)
1864) We Must, Exit 13 No. 2 (1989)
1865) , Arete Vol. 2 No. 3 (1989)
1866) Ruin, Arete Vol. 2 No. 3 November/December (1989)
1867) The Bikers, New York Quarterly No. 38 (1989)
1868) B As In Bullshit, New York Quarterly No. 39 (1989)
1869) , Bombay Gin Vol. 1 No. 4 (1989)
1870) Spain Sits Like A Hidden Flower In My Coffeepot, Bombay Gin Vol. 1 No. 4 Summer (1989)
1871) The Fix, New York Quarterly No. 40 (1989)
1872) Eulogy To Myself, River Rat Review No. 5 (1989) pg.24
1873) A Strange Visit, Third Lung Review No. 5 (1989) pg.22
1874) I Dreamt, Alpha Beat Soup No. 6 (1989)
1875) The Beggars, Alpha Beat Soup No. 6 (1989)
1876) Comments On My Last Book Of Poesy, Antaeus No. 62 (1989)
1877) Freaky Time, Antaeus No. 62 (1989)
1878) 2 A.M., Go Magazine No. 7 January (1989)
1879) A Famished Orphan Sits Somewhere In The Mind, Go Magazine No. 7 January (1989)
1880) Hail And Farewell, Forevermore, Go Magazine No. 7 January (1989)
1881) How The Wild West Was Lost, Go Magazine No. 7 January (1989)
1882) Dildo Man, Bombay Gin Summer (1990) pg.26
1883) Sex Sister, Bombay Gin Summer (1990) pg.27
1884) Oh, Yes, Version 90 (1990)
1885) 8 Count And Up, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1886) Being Too Young, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1887) I Am A True Mole, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1888) I'm Buying, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1889) Our Gang, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1890) Self-Inflected, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1891) The Cork Thing, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1892) X-Idol, Gas No. 1 (1990)
1893) Getting Old, Sycamore Review Vol. 2 No. 1 Winter (1990)
1894) Neon, The Bridge Vol. 1 No. 1 Fall (1990)
1895) I Am Chastised, Wormwood Review No. 117 (1990) pg.46
1896) I Might Get Traded, Wormwood Review No. 117 (1990) pg.46
1897) She Said, Wormwood Review No. 117 (1990) pg.45
1898) Slicing Hell, Wormwood Review No. 120 (1990) pg.138
1899) The Darlings, Wormwood Review No. 120 (1990) pg.139
1900) Between Races, Northwest Extra Vol. 1 No. 13 (1990) pg.5
1901) Happy Birthday, Northwest Extra Vol. 1 No. 15 November (1990)
1902) Don't Call Me, I'll Call You, The Charlton Review Vol. 16 No. 2 (1990)
1903) The Gravel of Sunlight, The Charlton Review Vol. 16 No. 2 (1990)
1904) The Spill, The Charlton Review Vol. 16 No. 2 (1990)
1905) The Waitress At The Yogurt Shop, The Charlton Review Vol. 16 No. 2 (1990)
1906) Accepted, Another Chicago Magazine No. 22 (1990)
1907) Flat Tire, Another Chicago Magazine No. 22 (1990)
1908) Liszts, Another Chicago Magazine No. 22 (1990) pg.15
1909) Mugged, Chiron Review Vol. 9 No. 3 (1990)
1910) The Valet, Chiron Review Vol. 9 No. 3 (1990)
1911) Prelude, Colorado North Review No. 32 (1990)
1912) The Hit Parade Is A Hit, Colorado North Review No. 32 (1990)
1913) The Redemption, The Glory And The Act, Colorado North Review No. 32 (1990)
1914) 2 Henry Miller Paintings And Etc., Gargoyle No. 37/38 (1990)
1915) My Father, Gargoyle No. 37/38 (1990)
1916) An Overheard Conversation, New York Quarterly No. 41 (1990)
1917) Going Out, New York Quarterly No. 41 (1990)
1918) Such Luck, New York Quarterly No. 41 (1990)
1919) What A Girl, New York Quarterly No. 41 (1990)
1920) Who's The Worst?, New York Quarterly No. 41 (1990)
1921) Birthday Poem, New York Quarterly No. 42 (1990)
1922) Now, New York Quarterly No. 42 (1990)
1923) Poetry Contest, New York Quarterly No. 43 (1990)
1924) The National Endowment For The Farts, New York Quarterly No. 43 (1990)
1925) , Arete Vol. 2 No. 5 (1990)
1926) The Other, Arete Vol. 2 No. 5 March/April (1990)
1927) Those Mornings, Experiment in Words Vol. 1 No. 5 (1990)
1928) Sewing Machine Needle, Third Lung Review No. 6 (1990)
1929) Old Man, Dead In A Room, ONTHEBUS No. 6/7 (1990)
1930) The Gigantic Thirst, ONTHEBUS No. 6/7 (1990)
1931) The Ponderous Actuality, Alpha Beat Soup No. 7 (1990)
1932) This Whore Which Fucks Us As The Calla Lillies Weave In Some September Sun, Alpha Beat Soup No. 7 (1990)
1933) Short Poem, Cokefish (1991)
1934) No Way To Paradise, Esquire March (1991)
1935) Seven Come Eleven, Explorations (1991) pg.3
1936) The Human Sacrifices, Explorations (1991) pg.3
1937) Two Writers, Explorations (1991) pg.4
1938) Bedpan Nightmare, Long Shot Vol. 12 (1991)
1939) Can't Eat Like Us, Long Shot Vol. 12 (1991)
1940) Everything You Touch, Long Shot Vol. 12 (1991)
1941) New York In Hell, Long Shot Vol. 12 (1991)
1942) Oh My, Long Shot Vol. 12 (1991)
1943) Pardon Me, Long Shot Vol. 12 (1991)
1944) Paris, Black Ace No. 1 (1991)
1945) The Good Soul, Black Ace No. 1 (1991)
1946) The Strong Man, Black Ace No. 1 (1991)
1947) Why Oh Why Oh Why And Why Not?, Bombay Gin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1991)
1948) Writer's Block, Bombay Gin Vol. 2 No. 1 (1991)
1949) Oh, I Was A Ladies Man!, Bouillabaisse No. 1 (1991)
1950) The Jetliners Vomit The Eyeless Through Space, Bouillabaisse No. 1 (1991)
1951) 12 Minutes To Post, Clutch No. 1 (1991)
1952) Look Back, Look Up, Clutch No. 1 (1991)
1953) Putting It To Bed, Clutch No. 1 (1991)
1954) Think Of It, Clutch No. 1 (1991)
1955) Luck Was Not A Lady For Me, Sycamore Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (1991)
1956) The Glory Days, Sycamore Review Vol. 3 No. 1 (1991)
1957) In Search Of The Hero, The Nihilistic Review Vol. 1 No. 1 (1991)
1958) Bar, ArtCrimes No. 11 April (1991)
1959) Change Over, ArtCrimes No. 11 April (1991)
1960) Goodbye, ArtCrimes No. 11 April (1991)
1961) Somebody Else, ArtCrimes No. 11 April (1991)
1962) Upon Reading An Interview With A Best-Selling Novelist In Our Metropolitan Daily Newspaper, ArtCrimes No. 11 April (1991)
1963) Anyhow, Slipstream No. 11 (1991)
1964) I'm Flattered, Slipstream No. 11 (1991)
1965) Note In And From A Bottle, Slipstream No. 11 (1991)
1966) Perfect, Slipstream No. 11 (1991)
1967) See Here, You, Slipstream No. 11 (1991)
1968) Skinny-Dipping, Slipstream No. 11 (1991)
1969) Betrayed, Beat Scene No. 12 (1991)
1970) Love Poem, Beat Scene No. 12 (1991)
1971) Peace, Beat Scene No. 12 (1991)
1972) A Mention Of Some Lucky Pay-Offs, Wormwood Review No. 121 (1991) pg.40
1973) For A Man Who Walks Around My Typewriter Very Often, Wormwood Review No. 121 (1991) pg.42
1974) A Final Word On No Final Words, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.94
1975) A Lady With Some French Wine, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.51
1976) A Little Cafe On 6th Street In Pedro, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.73
1977) A Problem, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.78
1978) A Re-Evaluation, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.85
1979) About Pain, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.75
1980) Bad Times At The 3rd And Vermont Hotel, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.53
1981) Band-Aid, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.88
1982) Cancer, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.66
1983) Car Wash, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.54
1984) Counsel, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.93
1985) Ding-Dong, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.56
1986) Drieser Wasn't So Hot Either, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.76
1987) Each Man's Hell Is Different, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.95
1988) Emily Bukowski, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.85
1989) Free Dinner, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.60
1990) Horse Fly, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.91
1991) Journey, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.50
1992) Just Trying To Get A Little Service, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.83
1993) Madman, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.68
1994) Mailbag, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.79
1995) My Friend, The Parking Lot Attendant, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.65
1996) My Non-Ambition Ambition, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.55
1997) No Nonsense, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.77
1998) Oh, Yes, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.96
1999) Poem About A Lady With A Red Face And Long Blonde Hair, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.70
2000) Red, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.59
2001) Red Tennis Shoes, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.78
2002) Rosary, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.92
2003) Self-Invites, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.90
2004) Snake-Eyes, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.77
2005) Somebody, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.63
2006) Suitable, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.87
2007) The Action, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.82
2008) The Crazy Truth, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.86
2009) The Famous Writer, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.72
2010) The Fighter, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.86
2011) The Lady Who Looks Young Forever, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.96
2012) The Mirror Game, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.69
2013) The Mutilation Of The Species, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.49
2014) The Roaches, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.50
2015) The Two Toughest Apes In The South Bay Area, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.80
2016) Those Girls We Followed Home, Wormwood Review No. 122/123 (1991) pg.81
2017) Ginsberg?, Wormwood Review No. 124 (1991) pg.141
2018) The Train Station, Wormwood Review No. 124 (1991) pg.139
2019) They Need What They Need, Wormwood Review No. 124 (1991) pg.142
2020) , Pearl No. 14 September (1991)
2021) An Answer, Pearl No. 14 September (1991)
2022) On The Bum, Pearl No. 14 September (1991)
2023) The Inspection, Pearl No. 14 September (1991)
2024) , Boulevard No. 15/16 (1991)
2025) Bukowski On My Mind, Impetus No. 19 (1991) pg.24
2026) Those Marvelous Lunches, Rolling Stock No. 19/20 (1991)
2027) Writing, Blank Gun Silencer No. 2 (1991)
2028) Open Here, Bouillabaisse No. 2 (1991)
2029) The Lost And The Lonely, Bouillabaisse No. 2 (1991)
2030) One More Day, Sycamore Review Vol. 3 No. 2 (1991)
2031) The Weirdest Day of All, The Nihilistic Review Vol. 1 No. 2 Summer (1991)
2032) The Player, World Letter No. 2 (1991)
2033) This Rejoinder, World Letter No. 2 (1991)
2034) Avoiding Humanity, Blank Gun Silencer No. 3 (1991)
2035) The Road To Hell Is Paved With Yammering Once-Geniuses, Bouillabaisse No. 3 (1991)
2036) , Boulevard Vol. 5 No. 3 (and Vol. 6 No. 1) (1991)
2037) 2 A.M., New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2038) An Evaluation, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2039) Biography, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2040) Classical, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2041) Iron, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2042) It's Difficult For Them, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2043) Splash, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2044) The Horseplayer, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2045) You Tell Me What It Means, New Censorship Vol. 2 No. 3 (1991)
2046) This Dirty, Valiant Game, The Nihilistic Review Vol. 1 No. 3 Fall (1991)
2047) , Big Scream No. 30 (1991)
2048) He Went For The Windmills, Yes, Big Scream No. 30 (1991)
2049) When Everything Seems Like Suicide Finality, Raccoon No. 30/31 September (1991)
2050) 11/23/91 11:02 PM (excerpt from The Captain is Out to Lunch and the Sailors Have Taken Over the Ship), Gas No. 4 (1991)
2051) A Delicate Situation, Gas No. 4 (1991)
2052) Great Sets, Gas No. 4 (1991)
2053) Mountain, Gas No. 4 (1991)
2054) Playtime, Gas No. 4 (1991)
2055) Revolt In The Ranks, Gas No. 4 (1991)
2056) Up The Sidewall Jazz, Gas No. 4 (1991)
2057) The Editor Asked, Lumpen/Moxie No. 43 (1991)
2058) The Idiot, Lumpen/Moxie No. 43 (1991)
2059) The Theory Of The Leisure Class, Lumpen/Moxie No. 43 (1991)
2060) Up, Down And All Around, Lumpen/Moxie No. 43 (1991)
2061) War, Lumpen/Moxie No. 43 (1991)
2062) When I Consider, Lumpen/Moxie No. 43 (1991)
2063) Bent, The Painted Bride Quarterly No. 43 (1991)
2064) Met A Man On The Street, The Painted Bride Quarterly No. 43 (1991)
2065) Now, The Painted Bride Quarterly No. 43 (1991)
2066) The Secret, The Painted Bride Quarterly No. 43 (1991)
2067) The World War One Movies, The Painted Bride Quarterly No. 43 (1991)
2068) Chinaski: Skewered, New York Quarterly No. 44 (1991)
2069) A Sickness, New York Quarterly No. 45 (1991)
2070) Living In A Great Big Way, New York Quarterly No. 46 (1991)
2071) I'll Have It To Go, ONTHEBUS No. 8/9 (1991) pg.30
2072) Betting On The Muse, Heaven Bone No. 9 Winter/Spring (1991-92)
2073) The Way It Is, Half-Truth (1992)
2074) Macho Time, Lullabye Jesus Fall (1992)
2075) More Than Ow, Lullabye Jesus Fall (1992)
2076) Giving Thanks, Pearl (1992)
2077) 20 Bucks, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.18
2078) Hail The Burning Yellow Flag, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.16
2079) I Used To Feel Sorry For Henry Miller, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.20
2080) Loss, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.22
2081) Madness, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.28
2082) Old, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.15
2083) Screwed Within The Universe, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.23
2084) The 12 Hour Night, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.26
2085) The Shifting, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.31
2086) Toenails, Sisyphus Leaves (1992) pg.30
2087) The Riots, Verdict Is In (1992)
2088) In One Ear And Out The Other, Caffeine No. 1 (1992)
2089) Man's Best Friend, Caffeine No. 1 (1992)
2090) @@@@, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2091) Bad Day, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2092) Big Night On The Town, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2093) Courtesy, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2094) Dostoevsky, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2095) Finished, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2096) Floss, Brush And Flush, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2097) Going, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2098) Gone, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2099) Ignorance, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2100) Letters, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2101) Nobody Is Going To Save, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2102) Party Girl, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2103) Safely Stopped, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2104) TB, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2105) Territory, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2106) The Critic, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2107) The Trick, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2108) The Voice, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2109) To Serve And Protect, New Censorship Vol. 3 No. 1 (1992)
2110) Model, Oxford American No. 1 (1992)
2111) Snake, Oxford American No. 1 (1992)
2112) My German Buddy, You and Your Big Mouth No. 1 (1992)
2113) Hanging There, Colorado North Review Vol. 33 No. 1/2 (1992)
2114) Learning The Ropes, Colorado North Review Vol. 33 No. 1/2 (1992)
2115) As The Poems Go, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2116) Eating Out, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2117) Last Call, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2118) Late Payment, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2119) The Girls, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2120) The Similarity, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2121) The Stages, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2122) Three Oranges, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2123) To Hell And Back In A Buggy Carriage, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2124) Writing, ONTHEBUS No. 10/11 (1992)
2125) I'm A Failure, Wormwood Review No. 125 (1992) pg.38
2126) Problems In The Checkout Line, Wormwood Review No. 125 (1992) pg.37
2127) Training For Kid Aztec, Wormwood Review No. 127 (1992) pg.123
2128) Zero, Wormwood Review No. 127 (1992) pg.126
2129) A Cat Is A Cat Is A Cat Is A Cat, Wormwood Review No. 128 (1992) pg.173
2130) London Bridges, Wormwood Review No. 128 (1992) pg.173
2131) Problems, Wormwood Review No. 128 (1992) pg.172
2132) Rift, Wormwood Review No. 128 (1992) pg.174
2133) The Sickness, Wormwood Review No. 128 (1992) pg.171
2134) The Star, Wormwood Review No. 128 (1992) pg.172
2135) I Inherit, Long Shot No. 13 (1992)
2136) The Crazies, Long Shot No. 13 (1992)
2137) Hot Night, Hype Vol. 2 No. 14 August (1992)
2138) Small Cafe, Lactuca No. 15 March (1992)
2139) Stone Tiger, Frozen Sea, Hype Vol. 2 No. 16 October (1992)
2140) The Puking Lady, Pearl No. 16 September (1992)
2141) , Black Ace No. 2 (1992)
2142) Paris In The Spring, Caffeine No. 2 (1992)
2143) A Screening, Clutch No. 2 (1992)
2144) Hardly Nirvana, Clutch No. 2 (1992)
2145) The New Homeless, Clutch No. 2 (1992)
2146) The Sensitive, Young Poet, Clutch No. 2 (1992)
2147) Up Through The Night, Clutch No. 2 (1992)
2148) Pershing Square, Los Angeles, 1939, Cream City Review Vol. 16 No. 2 (1992)
2149) Thoughts On Being 71, Cream City Review Vol. 16 No. 2 (1992)
2150) Ah, Willow Springs No. 29 (1992)
2151) A Laugh A Minute, World Letter No. 3 (1992)
2152) Agnostic's Prayer, World Letter No. 3 (1992)
2153) Somewhere In Texas, World Letter No. 3 (1992)
2154) The Parade, World Letter No. 3 (1992)
2155) , Asylum Vol. 7 No. 3/4 (1992)
2156) It's 12:41 A.M. Somewhere, Always, Caffeine No. 4 (1992)
2157) The Vain Dark, Caffeine No. 4 (1992)
2158) Paris, What?, Make Room For DADA No. 4 (1992)
2159) That Rare Good Moment, Make Room For DADA No. 4 (1992)
2160) A Covering Letter, New York Quarterly No. 47 (1992)
2161) Murder, New York Quarterly No. 47 (1992)
2162) City Boy, New York Quarterly No. 48 (1992)
2163) Hands, New York Quarterly No. 48 (1992)
2164) Hell Is Always Now, New York Quarterly No. 48 (1992)
2165) Room, New York Quarterly No. 48 (1992)
2166) We Don't Read, New York Quarterly No. 48 (1992)
2167) A Banner Of Snake Eyes, New York Quarterly No. 49 (1992)
2168) Funeraless, New York Quarterly No. 49 (1992)
2169) No More, No More!, New York Quarterly No. 49 (1992)
2170) Prescience, New York Quarterly No. 49 (1992)
2171) Small Conversation In The Afternoon, New York Quarterly No. 49 (1992)
2172) Tragedy?, New York Quarterly No. 49 (1992)
2173) The Circus Of Death, Blank Gun Silencer No. 5 (1992)
2174) In The Mouth Of The Tiger, Caffeine No. 5 (1992)
2175) A Social Call, Bogg No. 65 (1992)
2176) Finis, Bogg No. 65 (1992)
2177) The Shape Of The Star, Bogg No. 65 (1992)
2178) Bach, Come Back, Antaeus No. 69 (1992)
2179) The Modern Life, Antaeus No. 69 (1992)
2180) Congrats, Chinaski, Third Lung Review No. 8 (1992)
2181) Me And Faulkner, Third Lung Review No. 8 (1992)
2182) The Great Lover, Third Lung Review No. 8 (1992)
2183) The Schoolyard Of Forever, Third Lung Review No. 8 (1992)
2184) Two Kinds Of Hell, Third Lung Review No. 8 (1992)
2185) What Makes?, Third Lung Review No. 8 (1992)
2186) Only The Truly Lost, Atom Mind Vol. 3 No. 9 (1992)
2187) Now, Ezra, Bogg No. 66 Winter (1992-93) pg.30
2188) Last Call, Asylum Annual (1993)
2189) Further Musings, Half-Truth (1993)
2190) 8 Count And On, Long Shot Vol. 14 (1993)
2191) A Roll Of The Dice, Long Shot Vol. 14 (1993)
2192) Lousy Mail, Long Shot Vol. 14 (1993)
2193) Won't You Tiptoe Through The Tulips, Long Shot Vol. 14 (1993)
2194) Soular Flares Of '68, Magical Blend (1993)
2195) A Not So Good Night In The San Pedro Of The World, Poetry (1993)
2196) Fingernails, Nostrils, Shoelaces, Poetry (1993)
2197) A New War, Prairie Schooner (1993)
2198) The Laughing Heart, Prairie Schooner (1993)
2199) , Boulevard Vol. 8 No. 1 (1993)
2200) , Boulevard Vol. 8 No. 1 (1993)
2201) A Conversation Not To Remember, Boulevard Vol. 8 No. 1 Spring (1993)
2202) Neither Shakespeare Or Mickey Spillane, Rant No. 1 Spring (1993)
2203) Love Poem, Transit No. 1 (1993)
2204) Peace, Transit No. 1 (1993)
2205) Please Liberate Yourselves As You Promised To Do, Transit No. 1 (1993)
2206) Pulp, Transit No. 1 (1993)
2207) The Big Morning Outside The Bar, Transit No. 1 (1993)
2208) The Dangling Carrot, Transit No. 1 (1993)
2209) First Thoughts Of 1993, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.63
2210) Getting A Degree, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.53
2211) In The Clubhouse, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.62
2212) Night Into Night, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.52
2213) Some Notes On This Crap, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.49
2214) The Dressmaker, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.55
2215) The Hardest, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.61
2216) The Longest Snake In The World, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.57
2217) Writer's Block, Whoreson Dog No. 1 (1993) pg.51
2218) Good Stuff, Atom Mind Vol. 3 No. 12 (1993)
2219) Total Madness, ONTHEBUS No. 12 (1993)
2220) On Being 20, Wormwood Review No. 129 (1993) pg.45
2221) Out Of Place, Wormwood Review No. 129 (1993) pg.44
2222) P.O. Box 11946, Fresno, Calif. 93776, Wormwood Review No. 129 (1993) pg.46
2223) All My Friends, Slipstream No. 13 (1993)
2224) Border Patrol, Slipstream No. 13 (1993)
2225) Laughter, Slipstream No. 13 (1993)
2226) No Win, Slipstream No. 13 (1993)
2227) Now, Slipstream No. 13 (1993)
2228) Slow Starter, Slipstream No. 13 (1993)
2229) Dear Mr. Chinaski, Wormwood Review No. 131 (1993) pg.156
2230) Our Curious Position, Wormwood Review No. 131 (1993) pg.157
2231) She Goes For The Spin-Off, Wormwood Review No. 131 (1993) pg.158
2232) The Condition Book, Wormwood Review No. 132 (1993) pg.213
2233) Upon Splitting With The Last Woman, Wormwood Review No. 132 (1993) pg.211
2234) Voice Out Of The Void, Wormwood Review No. 132 (1993) pg.212
2235) A Note Upon The Masses, Pearl No. 19 (1993)
2236) And The Fish With The Yellow Eyes And The Green Tail Fins Leaped Into The Volcano, Chiron Review Vol. 12 No. 2 (1993)
2237) For The Lady Who Hates It, Chiron Review Vol. 12 No. 2 (1993)
2238) 1954: Coronado Street, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2239) A Big Night, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2240) And It Didn't Even Break, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2241) Big Deal, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2242) Bless My Greasy Forehead, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2243) Cicada, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2244) Crawling Toward Winter, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2245) Drinking Down The World, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2246) Explosion, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2247) Good News, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2248) Heart In The Cage, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2249) Lark In The Dark, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2250) Life, People, You And The Purple Dog Which Has Nothing To Do With Any Of This, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2251) Organ Play, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2252) Rare, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2253) Screenings, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2254) Slow Night In The Fast Life, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2255) The Desperate One, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2256) The Disease Of Existence, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2257) The Feeding, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2258) The Gamblers, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2259) The Lonely Hearts Of The Universe, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2260) Tonight, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2261) Waste, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2262) We Are Always One Step Removed, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2263) Why It's Done, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2264) William Carlos Williams Only Had Part Of It Right, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2265) With His Awful Teeth, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2266) Write A Bad Poem, New Censorship Vol. 4 No. 2 (1993)
2267) When The Hunter Hunts Himself, Transit No. 2 (1993)
2268) Waving Flag Of Snot, You and Your Big Mouth No. 2 (1993)
2269) Not Much Singing, American Poetry Review Vol. 22 No. 3 (1993)
2270) Death Is Smoking My Cigars, Clutch No. 3 (1993)
2271) My Children, Clutch No. 3 (1993)
2272) View, Rather Northeast, Clutch No. 3 (1993)
2273) We Can't And We Won't And We Don't Know How, Clutch No. 3 (1993)
2274) Over Charge, Oxford American No. 3 (1993)
2275) Party, You and Your Big Mouth No. 3 (1993)
2276) My Bully, ZYZZYVA No. 33 (1993)
2277) The Great Escape, ZYZZYVA No. 33 (1993)
2278) A Study, Ploplop No. 4 October (1993) pg.5
2279) About The Mail Lady, Ploplop No. 4 October (1993) pg.6
2280) Doing It Anyhow, Ploplop No. 4 October (1993) pg.7
2281) With Nobody Anywhere Working A Crossword Puzzle, Ploplop No. 4 October (1993) pg.4
2282) Confessions, Red Cedar Review No. 4 (1993)
2283) Me Against The World, Urbanus No. 4 Summer/Fall (1993)
2284) Bedtime Story, World Letter No. 4 (1993)
2285) Notice, World Letter No. 4 (1993)
2286) Screwed Within The Universe, World Letter No. 4 (1993)
2287) The Old Literary Chitchat, World Letter No. 4 (1993)
2288) Gas, Gas No. 5 (1993)
2289) German, Gas No. 5 (1993)
2290) Human Nature, Gas No. 5 (1993)
2291) Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down, Gas No. 5 (1993)
2292) Ah, Look!, New York Quarterly No. 50 (1993)
2293) An Introduction To Greatness, New York Quarterly No. 50 (1993)
2294) Burning, Burning, New York Quarterly No. 50 (1993)
2295) Chicken Giblets, New York Quarterly No. 51 (1993)
2296) Friend Of The Family, New York Quarterly No. 51 (1993)
2297) It's A Drag Just Breathing Through My Nostrils All Day Long, New York Quarterly No. 51 (1993)
2298) Meeting The Famous, New York Quarterly No. 51 (1993)
2299) Alone, New York Quarterly No. 52 (1993)
2300) Cover Letter, New York Quarterly No. 52 (1993)
2301) The Game, New York Quarterly No. 52 (1993)
2302) Piss, The Painted Bride Quarterly No. 52 (1993)
2303) Stuck With It, Blank Gun Silencer No. 6 (1993) pg.2
2304) At This Place On Earth, Third Lung Review No. 9 (1993)
2305) Cold Summer, Poetry (1994)
2306) In Case You Didn't Know, Stovepiper: Book One (1994)
2307) The Escapade Of Illusion, Stovepiper: Book One (1994)
2308) The Nude Descending, Stovepiper: Book One (1994)
2309) Where To Put It, Stroker Anthology (1994)
2310) Curtain, Olympia Review No. 1 (1994)
2311) Decline, Olympia Review No. 1 (1994)
2312) 3 Men At Separate Tables Against The South Wall, Poems & Plays No. 1 (1994)
2313) Let Me Tell You About This One, Poems & Plays No. 1 (1994)
2314) Quit Before The Sun, Poems & Plays No. 1 (1994)
2315) Button, Button, Who's Got The Button?, Third Lung Review No. 12 (1994)
2316) The Freak, Third Lung Review No. 12 (1994)
2317) The Mail, ONTHEBUS No. 13 (1994)
2318) The Suicide Kid, ONTHEBUS No. 13 (1994)
2319) Feeling Fairly Good Tonight, Wormwood Review No. 133 (1994) pg.45
2320) The Highschool Girls, Wormwood Review No. 133 (1994) pg.45
2321) Who's Who In America: 1984-1985, Forty-Third Edition, Wormwood Review No. 133 (1994) pg.45
2322) He Left, Wormwood Review No. 135 (1994) pg.130
2323) O Tempora! O Mores!, Wormwood Review No. 135 (1994) pg.131
2324) The Announcer, Wormwood Review No. 135 (1994) pg.129
2325) Progress, Wormwood Review No. 136 (1994) pg.179
2326) The Skaters, Wormwood Review No. 136 (1994) pg.181
2327) The Uninitiated, Wormwood Review No. 136 (1994) pg.180
2328) I Live Too Near The Slaughterhouse, Atom Mind Vol. 4 No. 14 (1994)
2329) The Invisible Man, X-RAY Magazine No. 2 (1994)
2330) 40,000, Beat Scene No. 20 (1994)
2331) Somebody Knocking, Beat Scene No. 20 (1994)
2332) A Friendly Place, X-RAY Magazine No. 3 (1994)
2333) Dog Man, Clutch No. 4 (1994)
2334) I Like Your Books, Clutch No. 4 (1994)
2335) On The Banks Of The University, Oxford American No. 4 (1994)
2336) BS, Transit No. 5 (1994)
2337) Do I Care About The World?, Transit No. 5 (1994)
2338) This Night, Transit No. 5 (1994)
2339) To War, To Whore, 2 More, Transit No. 5 (1994)
2340) The Fool, New York Quarterly No. 53 (1994)
2341) The Rivers, New York Quarterly No. 53 (1994)
2342) They Rolled The Whole Bed, New York Quarterly No. 53 (1994)
2343) You're Out, New York Quarterly No. 53 (1994)
2344) Crawl, New York Quarterly No. 54 (1994)
2345) Death Is A Good Thing, New York Quarterly No. 54 (1994)
2346) Living With The Living Dead, New York Quarterly No. 54 (1994)
2347) Richard Nixon, New York Quarterly No. 54 (1994)
2348) The Replacements, New York Quarterly No. 54 (1994)
2349) 40,000, Transit No. 6 (1994)
2350) My Worst Rejection Slip, Transit No. 6 (1994)
2351) So Now?, Transit No. 6 (1994)
2352) Somebody Knocking, Transit No. 6 (1994)
2353) Love For The First Whore, Blank Gun Silencer No. 8 (1994) pg.3
2354) What Can We Do?, Blank Gun Silencer No. 9 (1994)
2355) Guava Tree, Graffiti Rag (1995)
2356) The Loser, Graffiti Rag (1995)
2357) Beef Tongue, Grand Passion: the Poets of Los Angeles and Beyond (1995)
2358) D. April 9, 1553, Wormwood Review No. 137 (1995) pg.45
2359) Observations On Music By An Alcoholic, Wormwood Review No. 137 (1995) pg.44
2360) Strange, Wormwood Review No. 137 (1995) pg.46
2361) The Masses, Wormwood Review No. 137 (1995) pg.47
2362) Interview, Wormwood Review No. 138 (1995) pg.92
2363) Snapshot, Wormwood Review No. 138 (1995) pg.93
2364) The Fool Dines Out, Wormwood Review No. 138 (1995) pg.94
2365) You Are And Aren't, Third Lung Review No. 14 (1995)
2366) Coffee, Wormwood Review No. 140 (1995) pg.190
2367) The Lady In The Castle And The Lady Not In The Castle, Wormwood Review No. 140 (1995) pg.188
2368) The Way It Works?, Wormwood Review No. 140 (1995) pg.190
2369) Fencing With The Shadows, X-RAY Magazine No. 4 (1995)
2370) Final Score, X-RAY Magazine No. 5 (1995)
2371) The Luck Of The Draw, X-RAY Magazine No. 5 (1995)
2372) Writing, X-RAY Magazine No. 5 (1995)
2373) Fame, New York Quarterly No. 55 (1995) pg.34
2374) Hunk Of Rock, New York Quarterly No. 55 (1995) pg.40
2375) Lucinda, New York Quarterly No. 55 (1995) pg.25
2376) The Gym Co@ch, New York Quarterly No. 55 (1995) pg.23
2377) Working Out - Again, New York Quarterly No. 55 (1995) pg.37
2378) Writers, New York Quarterly No. 55 (1995) pg.30
2379) Hymn For The Hurricane Of The Blinking Eye, Bogg No. 67 (1995) pg.12
2380) Flophouse, Wormwood Review No. 141 (1996) pg.45
2381) I Have This Room, Wormwood Review No. 141 (1996) pg.46
2382) Spinning The Ribbon, Wormwood Review No. 141 (1996) pg.44
2383) Funny?, Wormwood Review No. 142 (1996) pg.72
2384) The Soldier, His Wife And The Bum, Wormwood Review No. 142 (1996) pg.74
2385) Vouchsafement, Wormwood Review No. 142 (1996) pg.73
2386) My America, 1936, Slipstream No. 16 (1996)
2387) Crossover, Clutch No. 5 (1996)
2388) Disgusting, New York Quarterly No. 56 (1996)
2389) Dumb Night, New York Quarterly No. 56 (1996)
2390) The Good Life, New York Quarterly No. 56 (1996)
2391) Well, Yes, This Is A Bitter Poem, New York Quarterly No. 56 (1996)
2392) Action, X-RAY Magazine No. 6 (1996)
2393) Society Should Realize, X-RAY Magazine No. 6 (1996)
2394) What Can You Do?, X-RAY Magazine No. 6 (1996)
2395) How It's Done, World Letter No. 7 (1996)
2396) Remember, World Letter No. 7 (1996)
2397) Barstool, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2398) Finis, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2399) How To Write A Bad Poem Without Trying, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2400) Poem For My 71st Birthday, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2401) Save The Title For Last, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2402) The Bard Of San Francisco, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2403) Top Gun, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2404) Under The Suckerfish Sun, ONTHEBUS No. 14 (1997)
2405) Breakfast, Wormwood Review No. 144 (1997) pg.191
2406) Living In A Great Big Way, Wormwood Review No. 144 (1997) pg.189
2407) The Interlude, Wormwood Review No. 144 (1997) pg.190
2408) Aftermath Of A Lengthy Rejection Slip, Stylus No. 3 (1997)
2409) 12 Hour Night, Poems & Plays No. 4 (1997)
2410) Roll The Dice, Poems & Plays No. 4 (1997)
2411) 240 Pounds, New York Quarterly No. 57 (1997)
2412) The Women, Bogg No. 68 (1997)
2413) 8/30/92 1:30 AM (excerpt from The Captain is Out to Lunch and the Sailors Have Taken Over the Ship), Rattle No. 7 Summer (1997)
2414) Dead, Rattle No. 7 Summer (1997)
2415) Old, Rattle No. 7 Summer (1997)
2416) What Can You Do?, Rattle No. 7 Summer (1997)
2417) Forget It, Clutch No. 6 (1997/98)
2418) Locked In, Poems & Plays No. 5 (1998)
2419) The Word, X-RAY Magazine No. 7 (1998)
2420) Malone, Malone, Wormwood Review No. 145/146 (1999) pg.8
2421) Some Of This Place, ONTHEBUS No. 15/16 (1999)
2422) The Places A Poem Can Take You, Summer Madness (no date) pg.15
2423) The Hairy Hairy Fist, And Love Will Die, Litmus Loadstone No. 11 (no date)