JACK HIRSCHMAN

first published in an earlier version in the San Francisco Call, May 24, 2002

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Jack Hirschman & Agneta Falk in Varese, Italy, 2007. Photograph by Sergio Sala.

JACK HIRSCHMAN: A Bibliography

By Matt Gonzalez

 

Jack Hirschman has been living in San Francisco since 1973.

His address is P.O. Box 26517, San Francisco, CA 94126.

 

Books by Jack Hirschman

1. Fragments. New York: privately printed, 1953.

2. A Correspondence of Americans. Introduction by Karl Shapiro & cover artwork by Leon Golub. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1960.

3. Two. Lithographs by Arnold Belkin. Los Angeles: The Zora Gallery, 1964.

4. Interchange. Los Angeles: The Zora Gallery, 1964.

5. Kline Sky. Los Angeles: The Zora Gallery, 1965.

6. YOD. London: Trigram Press, 1966.

7. A Word In Your Season. With Asa Benveniste. London: Trigram Press, 1967.

8. William Blake. Topanga: The Love Press, 1967.

9. London Seen Directly. London: Goliard Press, 1967.

10. Ltd. Interchangeable in Eternity: Poems of Jackruthdavidcelia Hirschman. London: privately printed, 1967.

11. Aleph, Benoni & Zaddik. Los Angeles: Ten Fingers, 1968.

12. Jerusalem. Topanga: The Love Press, 1968.

13. Black Alephs. New York/London: Phoenix Bookshop/Trigram Press, 1969.

14. Shekinah. Maya Quarto One. San Francisco: Maya, 1969.

15. NHR. Santa Barbara: Christopher’s Press, 1970.

16. Soledeth. Venice: Q Press, 1971.

17. Scintilla. Bolinas: Tree Books, 1971.

18. The Burning of Los Angeles. Venice: J’Ose Press, 1971.

19. HNYC. Topanga: Skyline Press, 1971.

20. Adamnan. Santa Barbara: Christopher’s Press, 1972.

21. Les Vidanges. Venice: Bayrock Press, 1972.

22. The “R” of the Ari’s Raziel. Los Angeles: The Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1972.

23. KS/ An Essay on Kabbala Surrealism. Venice: Bayrock & Beyond Baroque Press, 1973.

24. Cantillations. Santa Barbara: Capra Press, 1974.

25. Aur Sea. Berkeley: Tree, 1974.

26. Djackson. Salt Lake City: Rainbow Resin Press, 1974.

27. Time of the People Changed to Prayer. Santa Barbara: Lost Pleiade Press, 1974.

28. Cockroach Street. San Francisco: Blake Hand-Books, 1975.

29. The Cool Boyetz Cycle/And. San Francisco: Golden Mountain Press, 1975.

30. Kashtaninyah Segodnya. San Francisco: Beatitude Press, 1975.

31. Stump 2. Athens, OH: Stump, 1975.

32. Lyripol. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1976.

33. The Arcanes of Le Comte de St. Germain. Preface by Alexander Kohav. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1977.

34. The Jonestown Arcane. San Francisco: Poetry for the People, 1979; reprinted, La Jolla, CA: Writing Series, 1991.

35. The Proletarian Arcane. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1980.

36. The Cagliostro Arcane. San Francisco: Michael Hargraves, 1981.

37. Class Questions. San Francisco: Retribution Press, 1981.

38. The David Arcane. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1982.

––– L’Arcano di David. Artist book of 9 copies. Translated into Italian by Raffaella Marzano. Cividale, Italy: Loretta Cappanera, 2001.

39. The Donmeh Arcane. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1982.

40. Salt Point. [Red Trapeze 4:9] San Francisco: Poetasumanos Press, 1983.

41. Kallatumba. Fremont/Seattle/Taos: Ruddy Duck Press, 1984.

42. The Necessary Is. San Francisco: Fishy Afoot Press, 1984.

43. Sun, Stay. San Francisco: Fishy Afoot Press, 1987.

44. The Bottom Line. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1988.

––– Quello Che Conta. Translated into Italian by Bruno Gulli. Bolonga, Italy: Editoriale Mongolfiera Paroleinliberta, 1990.

45. The Triana Arcane. San Francisco: Deep Forest, 1991.

46. The Satin Arcane. Oakland: Zeitgeist Press, 1991.

––– L’Arcano di Seta. Bilingual edition translated into Italian by Franca Inzaghi. Piombo, Italy: Tracce Edizioni, 1996.

47. Endless Threshold. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1992.

––– Soglia Infinita. Bilingual edition translated into Italian by Bruno Gulli. Salerno, Italy: Multimedia Edizioni, 1994.

––– Neskoncni Prag. Selections translated into Slovenian by Iztok Osoynik. Ljubljana, Slovenia: Prevedel Tone Skrjanec, 1996.

48. The Back of a Spoon. San Francisco: Manic D Press, 1992.

49. The Heartbeat Arcane. Farmington, NM: Yoo-Hoo Press, 1993.

50. The Xibalba Arcane. Washington, D.C.: Azul Editions, 1994.

––– L’Arcano Xibalba. Bilingual edition translated into Italian by Anna Lombardo. Salerno, Italy: Multimedia Edizioni, 1997.

51. The Arcane on a Stick. San Francisco: Roadkill Press, 1995.

52. The Graffiti Arcane. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1995.

53. Culture And Struggle. Chicago: National Organizing Committee, 1995.

54. The Green Chakra Arcane. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1996.

55. L’Arcano di Pasolini. translated into Italian by Mariella Setzu. Salerno: Multimedia Edizioni, 1996.

56. L’Arcano di Shupsl. Translated into Italian by Raffaella Marzano. Salerno: Multimedia Edizioni, 1996.

57. 36. Osnago, Italy: Edizioni Pulcinoelefante, 1996.

58. The Grit Arcane. West Yorkshire, England: Spout, 1997.

59. Kallatumba. Original in Albanian. Osnago, Italy: Edizioni Pulcinoelefante, 1998.

60. The Open Gate. San Francisco: Express Press, 1998.

61. J’ai su que j’avais un frè re (I Knew I Had a Brother). Translated into French by Gilles B. Vachon & Francis Combes. Pantin, France: Le Temps des Cerises et Maison de la Poésie Rhone-Alpes, 1999.

62. Arcani. Bilingual edition translated into Italian by Raffaella Marzano, Mariella Setzu, and Anna Lombardo. Salerno, Italy: Multimedia Edizioni, 1999.

63. Sunsong. Osnago, Italy: Edizioni Pulcinoelefante, 2000.

64. The Archaic Now Arcane. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2000.

65. Sto Trelo Xenodoxeio Tees Televtaias (In the Crazy Hotel of My Last).Translated into Greek by Yannis Livadas. Athens, Greece: Ekdoseis Akron, 2000.

66. Il Assesinio di Giordano Bruno (The Murder of Giordano Bruno).Bilingual edition translated into Italian by Antonio Bertoli. Florence: Edizioni City Lights (Italy), 2001.

67. The Lotus Bikini Arcane. Willits, CA: Rainy Day Women’s Press, 2002.

68. Front Lines. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2002.

69. Fists on Fire. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2003.

70. I Was Born Murdered. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2004.

––– Je suis ne assassine. Translated in French by Gilles B. Vachon. St. Martin d’Heres and Paris, France: Maison de la Poesie et Le Temps des Cerises, 2008.

71. Arcanes (Arcanes). Bilingual edition translated into French by Gilles B. Vachon. Pantin, France: Le Temp de Cerises, 2004.

72. Dodici Arcani (Twelve Arcanes). Bilingual edition translated into Italian by Raffaella Marzano. Salerno, Italy: Multimedia Edizioni, 2004.

73. Volevo Che Voi Lo Sapeste (Wanted You to Know It). Bilingual edition translated into Italian by Raffaella Marzano. Salerno, Italy: Multimedia Editizoni, 2004.

74. The Big Gothic “D” Arcane. San Francisco: Deep Forest Press, 2004.

75. The Tijuana Bible Arcane. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2004.

76. The Quntzeros Arcane. San Francisco: Cuchulainn Press, 2004.

77. The Ditto Arcane. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2005.

78. The Birth Arcane. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2005.

79. The Sheer Arcane. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2005.

80. The Arcane of the Days of the Dead. San Francisco: Cuchulainn Press, 2005.

81. River of Quicksilver: Haikrostics. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2005.

82. Never Never Never. Udine, Italy: CappaZeta Edizioni, 2006

83. Tina Modotti. Udine, Italy: CappuZeta Edizioni, 2008.

84. Look A Hear. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2008.

85. All That’s Left. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 2008

––– Tout ce qui reste. Bilingual edition translated into French by Gilles B. Vachon. St. Martin d’Heres and Paris: Maison de la Poesie and Le Temps des Cerises, 2011.

86. The Game and Other Poems.  Coventry, U.K.: The Beat Scene Press, 2009.

87. Ten New Arcanes & The Children.  Los Angeles: Caza de Poesia, 2009.

88. Triptych. With Amiri Baraka. Los Angeles: Caza de Poesia, 2010.

89. Wer Tragt Sorge (Who Cares). Bilingual edition translated into German by Jurgen Schneider.  Insbruck, Austria: Edition BAES, 2010.

90. Two Words. Sacramento: Poems For All, 2010.

91. The Molly Arcane. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2010.

92. The Blue Xul Arcane. Philidelphia, PA: Forepaw Press, 2011.

93. The Ferlinghetti Arcane. San Francisco: Xray Book Co., 2011.

94. Two Arcanes. Dover, DE: Bottle of Smoke Press, 2011.

95. How Beautiful in the Half-Light of the Full Moon Woman Is. Verona, Italy: Nicola Viviani Edizioni, 2011.

96. Elixeevitan: A Memoir of Djuna Barnes. Dover, DE: Bottle of Smoke Press, 2012.

97. House. Translated into Italian by Alessandra Bava. Osnago, Italy: Edizioni Pulcinoelefante, 2012.

98. The Ulitsea Arcane. Verona, Italy: Nicola Viviani Edizioni, 2012.

99. Hirschman on Greatness. San Franciso: Sore Dove Press, 2012.

100. Seeing Red: Agitpropaganda and Other Works. De Pere, WI: WC Gallery, 2013.

101. Talking Leaves. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2013.

102. That Machine. Philadelphia. PA: Forepaw Press, 2013.

103. The Baseball Poem. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2013.

104. One Day. Udine, Italy: CappaZera Edizioni, 2014.

105. The Viet Arcane. Berkeley: Regent Press, 2014.

 

Books translated by Jack Hirschman

(Translated from the Russian, French, Spanish, German, Hebrew, Italian, Albanian, Greek, Haitian, Georgian, Swedish, and Yiddish)

1. Vladimir Mayakovsky, Electric Iron. Translated from the Russian w/Victor Erlich. Berkeley: Maya, 1971.

2. Rene Depestre, A Rainbow for the Christian West. Translated from the French. Los Angeles/Fairfax: The Red Hill Press, 1972.

3. Antonin Artaud, Love Is a Tree. [Invisible City: 1:6 (July 1972).] Translated from the French. Los Angeles: The Red Hill Press, 1972.

4. Luisa Pasamanik, The Exiled Angel. Translated from the Spanish. Los Angeles: The Red Hill Press, 1973.

5. Ait Djafer, Wail for the Beggars of the Casbah. Translated from the French. West Los Angeles: Papa Bach Bookstore, 1973.

––– Ismael Ait Djafer, Wail of the Beggars of the Casbah. Bilingual edition translated from the French. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 2003.

6. [Anonymous], K’Wai Sing: The Origin of the Dragon, A Surrealist Text. Translated from the French. Venice: Beyond Baroque Foundation, 1973.

7. Stephane Mallarme, Igitur. Translated from the French. Los Angeles: Press of the Pegacycle Lady, 1974.

8. Eleaser of Worms, Three Tracts. Translated from the German w/Alexander Altmann. Berkeley: Tree Books, 1975.

9. Johann Maier, The Book of Noah. Translated from the German. Berkeley: Tree Books, 1976.

10. Andrei Voznesensky, Kaligrunes. Translated from the Russian. Berkeley: Cross-Cut Saw Unlimited, 1976.

11. Abraham Abulafia, The Path of the Names. Translated from the Hebrew with Bruria Finkel. Berkeley: Tree Books, 1976.

12. Alexander Kohav, Orange Voice. Translated from the Russian. San Francisco: Beatitude Press, 1976.

13. Jean Cocteau, The Crucifixion. Bilingual edition translated from the French. Bethlehem, PA: Quarter Press, 1976.

14. Alexander Kohav, Four Angels in Profile, Four Beasts in Full Face. Bilingual edition translated from the Russian. San Francisco: Street Edition, 1976.

15. Natasha Belyaeva, Hunger. Translated from the Russian. Mill Valley: D’Aurora Press, 1977.

16. Alexander Kohav, Emigroarium. Bilingual edition translated from the Russian. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1977.

17. Eliphas Levi, Dove Rose. Translated from the French. Kent, OH: Viscerally Press, 1979.

18. Rene Depestre, Vegetations of Splendor. Introduction by Lawrence Ferlinghetti; preface by Nelson Peery. Translated from the French. Chicago: Vanguard Books, 1980.

19. Santo Cali, Yossiph Shyryn. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Trapani, Sicily: Antigruppo Cross Cultural Communications, 1981.

––– Santo Cali, Yossiph Shyryn. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Introduction by Giovanni Miraglia. Palermo, Sicily: Arci Sicilia, 2001.

20. Jabixshak: Albanian Poets Today. Bilingual edition translated from the Albanian. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1982.

21. Sarah Kirsch, Poems. Translated from the German. Santa Cruz: Alcatraz Editions, 1983.

22. Pablo Neruda, Elegy. Bilingual edition translated from the Spanish. San Francisco: David Books, 1983.

23. Katerina Gogou, Three Clicks Left. Translated from the Greek. San Francisco: Night Horn Books, 1983.

24. Agim Gjakova, Communist. Bilingual edition translated from the Albanian. San Francisco: Fishy Afoot Press, 1984.

25. Roque Dalton, Poemas Clandestinos/Clandestine Poems. Bilingual edition translated from the Spanish. San Francisco: Solidarity Educational Publications, 1984; reprinted, Willmanic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1990.

26. Paul Laraque, Fistibal/Slingshot. Bilingual edition translated from the Haitian Creole. San Francisco/Port-au-Prince: Seaworthy Press/Editions Samba, 1989.

27. Ambar Past, The Sea on Its Side. Translated from the Spanish. Sausalito: Post-Apollo Press, 1994.

28. Dorou Leftheria, In Memory of the Children Fallen. Bilingual edition translated from the Greek.. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1994.

29. Rocco Scotellaro, Seven Poems of Rocco Scotellaro. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. San Francisco: Deliriodendron, 1994.

30. Paul Celan, Light-Force. Bilingual edition translated from the German w/Angela Beske. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1996.

31. Sandro Sardella, Coloredpaperbits. Translated from the Italian. La Jolla, CA: Writing Series, 1996.

32. Claudio Galuzzi, The Plain Inside. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1997.

33. Ferruccio Brugnaro, Fist of Sun. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 1998.

34. Stephane Mallarme, A Fling of Two Die Never Will Abolish Chance. Bilingual edition translated from the French. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1998.

35. Katerina Gogou, The Month of the Frozen Grapes. Bilingual edition translated from the Greek. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1998.

36. Martin Heidegger, Imaginings. Bilingual edition translated from the German. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1999.

37. Ferruccio Brugnaro, Partial Portrait of Maria. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2000.

38. Stephane Mallarme, To Marry the Notion. Bilingual edition translated from the French. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo Press, 2000.

39. Franco Carlini, A Mountain Under a Bridge: Eleven Poems. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo Press, 2001.

40. Martin Heidegger, Slow Lightning: The Poems of Martin Heidegger. Bilingual edition translated from the German. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2001.

41. Pier Paolo Pasolini, The Book of Crosses. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian.San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2001.

42. Jean Baudrillard, Stucco Angel. Bilingual edition translated from the French. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2001.

43. Andrea Zuccolo, Chorale for Geese and a Solo Voice. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2001.

44. Alexei Kruchenych, Suicide Circus: Selected Poems. Translated from the Russian w/Alexander Kohav & Venyamin Tseytlin. Copenhagen/Los Angeles: Green Integer, 2001.

45. Open Gate: An Anthology of Haitian Creole Poetry. Bilingual edition translated from the Haitian Creole w/Boadiba. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 2001.

46. Joseph Stalin, Joey: The Poems of Joseph Stalin. Bilingual edition translated from the Georgian. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2001.

47. Michele Licheri, Sabotages. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2002.

48. Anna Lombardo, Even the Fish Are Drunk. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2002.

49. Alberto Masala, Taliban. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian w/Raffaella Marzano. Bologna, Italy: Edizioni Totalmente Libere, 2002.

50. Gari S. Danyel [Gary S. Daniel], Suggar Point. Bilingual edition translated from the Haitian Creole w/Boadiba. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2002.

51. Sante Notarnicola, Liberty, Understand?! Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2002.

52. Alberto Masala, In the Executioner’s House. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2003.

53. Pierre Molinier, The Magic Glee Clubs. Bilingual edition translated from the French. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2003.

54. Paul Celan, 42 Poems. Bilingual edition translated from the German. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2004.

55. Edvino Ugolini, Incandescences. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2004.

56. Ugo Pierri, Steel Away. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2004.

57. Lucia Lucchesinno, Erotic Verses. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2004.

58. Ferruccio Brugnaro, Portrait of a Woman. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2005.

59. Igor Costanzo, I Wish To Be Light. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2005.

60. Cletus Nelson Swadike, A Short Black Poem. Bilingual edition translated from the Swedish. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2006.

61. Silvio Cumpeta, Iraqi Breviary. Bilingual edition translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2006

62. Josaphat-Robert Large, Keep On Keepin’ On.  Translated from the Haitian Creole with Boadiba. Lincoln, NE: iUniverse Publishers, 2006.

63. Gilles B. Vachon, The Jewish Plot. Translated from the French. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2006.

64. Paul Eluard, What America Should Listen To. Translated from the French. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2006.

65. Hakan Pettersson, Eye Power. Translated from the Swedish with Agneta Falk. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2006.

66. Joj Kastra/Georges Castera, Wisdom Teeth. Translated from the Haitian with Boadiba. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2007.

67. Yannis Livadas, John Coltrane and 15 Poems for Jazz. Translated from the Greek with Dimitri Charalambous. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2008.

68. Alfonso Gatto, Magma. Translated from the Italian. Los Angeles, CA: Caza de Poesia, 2009.

69. Carla Badillo Coronado, Belongings/Pertenencias. Translated from the Spanish. Los Angeles: Caza de Poesia, 2009.

70. Sandro Spinazzi, Beyond the Curve on the Path. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2009.

71. Franco Cardinale, Mouth Bitters. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2009.

72. [Various], Vodou. Compiled by Rachel Beauvoir and Didier Dominique. Translated from the Haitian with Boadiba. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2009.

73. Hirsh Glik, Songs and Poems. Translated from the Yiddish with Zachary Baker. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2010.

74. Vittorio Zanetto, The Green Land. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2010.

75. Teodora Mastrototaro, Can’t Voice Your Name. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2010.

76. Andrea Garbin, Border Songs. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2011.

77. Ferruccio Brugnaro, The Days Will Come. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2011.

78. Lucia Lucchesino, Erotic Aphorisms. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2012.

79. Sandro Sardella, Discanto in San Francisco. Translated from the Italian. Varese, Italy: Abrigliasciotta Edizioni, 2012.

80. Denize Lotu/Denize Lauture, Denizens of Hope. Translated from the Haitian with Boadiba and the Author. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2013.

81. Benny Nonasky, The Tears of Things. Translated from the Italian. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2013.

82. Alberto Masala, Taliban. Translated from the Italian with Raffaella Marzano. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2013.

83. Antonin Artaud, 17 Poems. Translated from the French. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2013.

 

Broadsides/Poemcards/Posters by Jack Hirschman

1. The Peace of Me. Santa Monica: Thomas Douglass, 1967.

2. Wasn’t It Like. London: Goliard, 1967.

3. Jerusalem, Ltd. London: Trigram Press, 1968.

4. Europe 1967. Santa Barbara: Unicorn Press, 1968.

5. New York. Santa Barbara: Unicorn Press, 1968.

6. I Dip This Reed. Topanga: Love Press, 1968.

7. Broadside Golem. Venice, CA: Box Zero, 1969.

8. Nekked. Los Angeles: Frankel Gallery, 1969.

9. You Evoke in a Flash. Topanga: Love Press, 1970.

10. Two Triangles Foursquared or DARK TONG. San Francisco: The Brownstone Press, 1970.

11. DT. Portland: Yes! Press, 1971.

12. The Venice Testament. Venice, CA: Beyond Baroque, 1972.

13. Espousels of My Roundels, by Antonin Artaud. Translated from the French by Hirschman. Hebden Bridge: PRESSed CURTAINS, 1973.

14. Jack’s Poem. Los Angeles: Nicholas Wilder Gallery, 1973.

15. Time of the People. Santa Barbara: The Lost Pleiade Press, 1974.

16. And No One. Santa Fe: The Great Blafigria Is, 1975.

17. Leaf, Fly Up. San Francisco: privately printed, 1976.

18. Requiem, by Robert Rodzhdestvensky. Translated from the Russian by Hirschman. San Francisco: Beatitude Press, 1977.

19. Melody of Cyril & Methodos, by Andrei Voznezensky. Translated from the Russian by Hirschman. Berkeley: Tuumba Press, 1977.

20. Seagull. San Francisco: Beatitude, 1977.

21. Free Poems for the People! “Muse,” by Hirschman, and “Passage to the City,” by Rocco Scotellaro, translated from Italian by Hirschman. Pt. Arena: The Wilderness Press, 1977.

22. For Each of All These Struggles. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1977.

23. Elbeda. New York: Hard Press, 1978.

24. Where We Came Together. San Francisco: Union of Street Poets, 1979.

25. Constantinople, by Vasili Kamensky. Translated from the Russian by Hirschman. San Francisco: Union of Street Poets, 1979.

26. Marusya Bonderenko, by Vladimir Mayakovsky. San Francisco: Union of Street Poets, 1979.

27. Yearning. San Francisco: privately printed, 1979.

28. Auf Wiedersehen. San Francisco: Union of Street Poets, 1979.

29. Yao Shih. San Francisco: Union of Street Poets, 1979.

30. Hymn to the Divinity of the Nine Grades of the Sky, by Ba Dong sect. Translated from the Vietnamese by Hirschman. San Francisco: Beatitude, 1980.

31. O Darkening Twilight Birds. Los Angeles: Occidental Poets:2, 1981.

32. Drummerboy. San Francisco: Union of Street Poets, 1981.

33. Sonny Stitt. San Francisco: Keystone Korner, 1982.

34. Strike! San Francisco: Communist Labor Party, 1984.

35. Record. San Francisco: San Francisco Connection, 1988.

36. NY NY. Mendocino: Dancing Fools Press, 1992.

37. Parlor Game. San Francisco: Street Sheet, 1996.

38. The Burning Bethel Arcane. Fairborn, OH: Milk Magazine, 1998.

39. La Balle. Translated into French by G. B. Vachon. Pantin: Le Temp Des Cerises, 1999.

40. Likeunto. San Francisco: FMSBW, 2000.

41. Blue. London: Foolscap, 2001.

42. Path. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2004.

43. One Day. Berkeley: Moe’s Books, 2005.

44. The Anywhere Gone to Whatever Arcane. Ellsworth, ME: Backwoods Broadsides Chaplet Series, 2005.

45. For the New Year 2007. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2007

46. This House of Hunger. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2007.

47. From Path. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2007.

48. Israel, You Bomb. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2007.

49. Jack Hirschman at Caffe Trieste. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2008.

50. No I Tu Lover. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2009.

51. One Day. San Francisco: Sore Dove Press, 2011.

52. Intermede humain (Human Interlude). Translated into French by Francis Combes. Val de Marne: Education Populaire, 2013.

53. The Amiri Arcane. San Francisco: North Beach Press, 2014.

 

Books edited by Jack Hirschman

1. Hip Pocket Poems, Nos. 1, 2, 3. With Emile Snyder. Hanover, NH: Pinwheel Press, 1960-1961.

2. Antonin Artaud, Artaud Anthology. San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1965.

3. Amerus Anthology. San Francisco: Amerus Press, 1978.

4. Frammis (Homage to Wallace Berman). With Jack Mueller. Berkeley: Artaud’s Elbow, 1979.

5. Would You Wear My Eyes? A Tribute to Bob Kaufman. San Francisco: Bob Kaufman Collective, 1989.

6. Partisans. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 1995.

7. Efrain Huerta, 500,000 Azaleas: The Selected Poems of Efrain Huerta. Translated from the Spanish by Jim Normington. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 2001.

8. Open Gate:An Anthology of Haitian Creole Poetry. With Paul Laraque & translated from the Haitian Creole w/Boadiba. Willimantic, CT: Curbstone Press, 2001.

9. Art on the Line: Essays by Artists About the Point Where Their Art and Activism Intersect. Willimantic, CT: Creation House, 2002.

10. Poets 11 Anthology. San Francisco: The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, 2007.

11. Poets 11 Anthology. San Francisco: The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, 2008.

12. Poets 11 Anthology. San Francisco: The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, 2010.

13. Revolutionary Poets Brigade, Vol. 1. With Mark Lipman. Los Angeles: Caza de Poesia.

14. Pier Paolo Pasolini, In Danger: A Pasolini Anthology. San Francisco: City Lights, 2010.

15. Dave Steel, Sequence of Nature Past The Via Mala. Camden, NJ: Whirlwind Press, 2011.

16. Poets 11 Anthology. San Francisco: The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, 2012.

17. Heartfire: Revolutionary Poets Brigade, Vol. 2. With Agneta Falk. San Francisco: Kallatumba Press, 2013.

18. Mahnaz Badihian, Saplings Arise: Protests of the Pen. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2013.

 

Magazines/Journals/Newspapers edited by Jack Hirschman

1. Renaissance, a bi-monthly arts insert in Open City (Los Angeles newspaper published by John Bryan). 1969/1970.

2. Beatitude, #23. With Kristen Wetterhahn. 1976.

3. Compages: International Translations, #1-22. 1982-1989.

4. Poetry USA (quarterly newspaper). Summer 1996.

5. Left Curve (annual journal). With Csaba Polony & others. 1983-2014.

 

Books with an introduction, preface, or foreward by Jack Hirschman, excluding Hirschman’s own books & those edited by him

1. Marcus Van Heller, Roman Orgy. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1966.

2. Oscar Wilde, Teleny, or, The Reverse of the Medal. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

3. Alexander Trocchi, White Thighs. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

4. Alexander Trocchi, Helen and Desire. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

5. Ataullah Mardaan, Deva Dasi. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

6. Henry Jones, The Enormous Bed. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

7. Marcus Van Heller, Kidnap. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

8. Marcus Van Heller, The Loins of Amon. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

9. Alexander Trocchi, School for Wives. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

10. Alexander Trocchi, The Carnal Days of Helen Seferis. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

11. Marcus Van Heller, The House of Borgia. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

12. Harriet Daimler, Darling. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

13. Marcus Van Heller, Cruel Lips. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

14. Harriet Daimler, The Woman Thing. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

15. Marcus Van Heller, Nightmare. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

16. [Anonymous], The Pearl: A Journal of Facetiae and Voluptuous Reading. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

17. Ataullah Mardaan, Kama Houri. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

18. Marcus Van Heller, The Wantons. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

19. Hamilton Drake, Sin for Breakfast. Introduction by Steven George [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

20. Faustino Perez, Until She Screams. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

21. Marcus Van Heller, Rape. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

22. Mickey Dikes, Sarabande for a Bitch. Introduction by Steven George [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

23. J. Hume Parkinson, A Gallery of Nudes. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1967.

24. Georges Bataille, The Story of the Eye and The Naked Beast at Heaven’s Gate. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

25. Ezra de Richarnaud, The Small Rooms of Paris. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

26. [Anonymous], Desire & Pleasure. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

27. [Anonymous], The Nightless City. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

28. [Anonymous], Confessions of an English Maid. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

29. [Anonymous], Memoirs of Madame Madeleine, Vol. 1. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

20. [Anonymous], Memoirs of Madame Madeleine, Vol. 2. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

31. [Anonymous], Eveline: The Amorous Exploits of a Lady of Fashion, Vol. 1. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

32. [Anonymous], The Naked and Monique. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

33. Pearson Groves, Juvenile Lead. Introduction by Steven George [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

34. [Anonymous], Eveline: The Amorous Exploits of a Lady of Fashion, Vol. 2. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

35. Daniel Robert, The Splendours of Passion. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

36. R.L. Seifert, The Polluters. Introduction by Steven George [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

37. Hugues Rebell, The Memoirs of Dolly Morton. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

38. Kriss Lherr, Diary of a Bastard. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

39. [Anonymous], Of Vice and Virtue. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

40. [Anonymous], Crossroads of Ecstasy. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

41. [Anonymous], The Defilers. Introduction by Steven George [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

42. Anne Zorine, A Courtesan’s Caresses. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

43. [Anonymous], Adolescence. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

44. Julian Robinson, The Confessions of Georgina. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1968.

45. [Anonymous], The Escritoire of Yolanda. Introduction by Steven George [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1969.

46. Harry Deams, On The Loose. Introduction by Steven George [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1969.

47. [Anonymous], Michele. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1969.

48. M. Von Luber, Ladies of Pleasure. Introduction by Geoffrey Lowndes [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1969.

49. [Anonymous], The Family Jewels. Introduction by Rudolph Conway [Jack Hirschman]. North Hollywood: Brandon House, 1969.

50. [Various], The Bedside Bonanza Featuring Bold Books and Bolder Women. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Los Angeles: Montmartre, 1969.

51. Gustav Meyrink, The Golem. Afterward by Jack Hirschman. San Francisco/Prague: Mudra Press, 1972.

52. Bill Pearlman, Inzorbital. Prefatory poem by Jack Hirschman (“Notation”). Duende Placitas, NM: Fervent Valley 5, 1974.

53. Irving Stettner, If a Poet Is: POEMS. Foreward by Jack Hirschman. New York: Twin Angel, 1974.

54. Neeli Cherkovski, Public Notice. Preface by Jack Hirschman. San Francisco: Beatitude Press, 1976.

55. H. David Moe, Ozone Allah. San Francisco: Beatitude Press, 1978.

56. Jeffrey A.Z. Zable, The Dead Die Young. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. San Francisco: Androgyne Books, 1980.

57. Paul Laraque, Camourade: Selected Poems of Paul Laraque. Translated by Rosemary Manno; introduction by Jack Hirschman. Willimantic CT: Curbstone Press, 1988.

58. Alan Kaufman, American Cruiser. Preface by Jack Hirschman. Oakland, CA: Zeitgeist, 1990.

59. Jerry D. Miley, Standing In Line. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. San Francisco: Manic D Press, 1990.

60. John Brandi, Visits to the City of Light. Preface by Jack Hirschman. [Np]: Mother’s Milk Press, 2000.

61. Philip Hackett, Selected Poems. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2003.

62. Saeed Soltanpour, Outcry. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. San Francisco: Deliriodendron Press, 2006.

63. Igor Costanzo, Innocenza in Bilico. Preface by Jack Hirschman. Montichiari, Italy: Zanetto Editore, 2006

64. Thomas Rain Crowe, Radiogenesis: Poems 1986-2006. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Cullowhee, NC: New Native Press, 2007.

65. Massimo Baraldi, One For the Road: Soliloquio da bancone in 19 giri e un brindisi. Preface by Jack Hirschman. []: Lampi di Stampa, 2008.

66. Tisa Walden, San Francisco in the 21st Century. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Washington D.C.,: Loosetrife Editions, 2008.

67. Clifton Ross, Translations from Silence. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. San Francisco: Freedom Voices, 2009.

68. Jacqueline Beier, Sandwich Board Shazams. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2009.

69. Philip Hackett, Duologuing with Olga. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. San Francisco: Simcha Press, 2009.

70. Aja Couchois Duncan, Nomenclature, Miigaadiwin, A Forked Tongue. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2010.

71. Walking Through a River of Fire. Edited by Julia Stein. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2011.

72. Angelina Llongueras, To My Friend, Nathan Thornton. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2011.

73. Leopoldo Maria Panero, My Naked Brain. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Sacramento, CA: Swan Scythe Press, 2012.

74. Alejandro Murguia, Native Tongue. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2012.

75. Alessandra Bava, Guerrilla Blues. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Rome, Italy: Edizioni Ensemble, 2012.

76. David Volpendesta, Friends Who Are Living. Introduction by Jack HIrschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2012.

77. Rome’s Revolutionary Poets Brigade Anthology. Italian/English language edition. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Rome, Italy: Edizioni Ensemble, 2012.

78. Carol Tarlen, Every Day is an Act of Resistance. Introduction by Jack HIrschman. Norman, OK: Mongrel Empire Press, 2012.

79. Valeriano Forte, Dall’ Amore alla Morte Passando per il Mare. Preface by Jack Hirschman. Rome, Italy: Arduino Sacco Editore, 2013.

80. John Curl, Revolutionary Alchemy. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: Homeward Press, 1913.

81. Lucia Guzzino, Alter Mundus. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. NY, NY: Pleasure Boat Studio: A Literary Press, 2013.

82. Tony Dingman, The Night Before Thinking. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Berkeley: CC. Marimbo, 2014.

83. Kaye McDonough, Pagan. Introduction by Jack Hirschman. Cullowee, NC: New Native Press, 2014.

 

Tributes to Jack Hirschman

1. Goodie Magazine Special Road Edition #26. Dedicated entirely to Jack Hirschman. Published by Foxy Kidd & edited by Romy Ashby.  New York, NY: Axis Press, 2005.

2. Red Poet. Documentary film directed by Matthew Fury. 2009

3. To Jack For His Eightieth Birthday. Unique book of photographs by Mary Matry. San Francisco: Shutterfly, 2014.

4. Arcana: A Festschrift for Jack Hirschman. Edited by Byron Spooner & Judith Ayn Bernhard. San Francisco: Andover Street Archives Press, 2014.

5. Jackissimo: raccolta poetica dedicata a Jack Hirschman. Collana diretta da Beppe Costa e Igor Costanzo. Rome, Italy: Edizioni SEAM, 2014.

 

REVISED: 06/29/14

 

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