Hannah Weiner: MS/Book Chronology
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Compiled by Charles Bernstein
MANUSCRIPTS & BOOKS
1966 Magritte Poems (Sacramento: Poetry Newsletter, 1970). 11pp.
Nonclairvoyantly written, short poems.
1968 The Code Poems (Barrytown: Open Studio, 1982). 29pp.
1970 The Fast. 50pp ms. Sections published in Acts #4,
United Artists #14, and Blue Smoke #1 (in that order);
(New York: United Artists, 1992).
1971 Country Girl. 18pp ms. Descriptive journal about seeing
1972 Pictures and Early Words. app. 69pp. -- untyped. Seeing
pictures and early versions of seen words.
1973 The 1973 Journal. app. 200pp ms; short segment in This
# 7. Has caps and quoted words for words seen.
1974 Clairvoyant Journal. 180pp ms.
About one-third published in Angel Hair edition, 64 pp. (1978: Lenox, Mass). Other sections in up to two dozen magazines, and in Jounral Entry (Sun June 9), 5 pp. (Providence: Diana's Bimonthly, 1975).
Audiocasette from New Wilderness Audiogrpahics (wth Peggy DeCoursey and Sharon Matlin), c. 1976: on PennSound. (New Wilderness taped the whole Journal and published March and April. )
Videotape by Phill Niblock (1974 silent reading ): New York: Internmedia Foundation, 1985. On PennSound
1976 Little Girl Books. Four small notebooks.
1977-80 Little Books/Indians (New York: Roof Books, 1980). 91pp.
1980 Nijole's House (Needham, Mass.: Potes & Poets
Press, 1981). 24pp.
1981 Spoke (College Park, MD: Sun & Moon Press, 1984). 115pp.
1982 Sixteen (Windsor, VT: Awede Press, 1983). 16pp.
1984 Written In/The Zero One (Victoria, Australia: Post
Neo, 1985). 21pp.
1986 Weeks (Madison: Xexoxial, 1990). 50pp. Published
1988 Abazoo. 13pp ms.
1989 Seen Words with It. 20 ms.
1989 The Book of Revelations. 106 shaped pages in notebook.
1989-91 Silent Teachers / Remembered Sequel (Providence: Tender Buttons,
1990 page (New York: Roof Books, 2002)
1992 Visions and Silent Musicians (ms.)
1993-4 We Speak Silent (New York: Roof Books, 1997). 66pp.
Hannah Weiner's Open House, edited with an introduction by Patrick Durgin (Kenning Editions, 2007)
New Edition of Clairvoyant Journal, 1974: first to retain format of ms (Bat Editions, France, 2014)
"Sign Language of the American Indian." Assembling 1 (1970)
"Criticism of My Hannah Fool", Margins 21/22 (1975).
"Capitalist Useless Phrases after Endless", The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Book, ed. Bruce Andrews & Charles Bernstein (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1984).
"Skies III from This 11 and quote the page", The Difficulties, Ron Silliman issue (1985).
"Mostly about the Sentence", Jimmy and Lucy's House of "K" 7 (1986).
"Excerpts from an Interview with Hannah Weiner" by Charles Bernstein, The Line in Postmodern Poetry, ed. Robert Frank and Henry Sayre (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1988).
"Research important conflict two obedient", Writing 25 (1990).
"Meaning bus Halifax to Queensbury", Patterns/Contexts/Time, ed. Phillip Foss & Charles Bernstein (Sante Fe: Tyuonyi 1990).
"If Workshop", Poetry Project Newsletter, February-March 1990.
"Dear Andrew letter peyote, `Dark Ages Clasp the Daisy Root'.
"Two Works", Writing 27 (1992)
"Ubliminal" [part 1], Chain 2 (1995)
"Ubliminal", [part 2], big allis #7(1996)
"Plus Title", Central Park #19/20 (1991)
"Blank Verse: A Decidedly Highpoint in the History of English Prosody"
"Awareness and Communication," Kiosk No. 2 (2003)
Sharon Mattlin, Clairvoyant Journal, Poetry Showcase at CPGB (1975)
Charles Bernstein, "Making Words Visible" [on The Clairvoyant Journal, L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E 5 (1978); rpt. The L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E Book and Content's Dream (Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, 1986).
Sharon Mattlin, Clairvoyant Journal, Poetry Project Newsletter, no. 67, July 1979.
Tina Darragh, "Virgin", L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E 11 (1980).
Tim Dlugos, "Perfectly Clairvoyant", Little Books/Indians, The SoHo News, December 30, 1980.
Barbara Barg, Little Books/Indians, Poetry Project Newsletter, May 1981.
Ron Silliman, Little Books/Indians and Nijole's House, Sulfur 5 (1982), rpt. The New Sentence (New York: Roof, 1987).
Jeff Wright, Code Poems, East Village Eye, April 1983.
John Perreault, Code Poems, Poetry Project Newsletter, May/June 1983.
Jackson Mac Low, Sixteen & The Code Poems, Poetics Journal 4 (1984).
Tony Green, Code Poems and Sixteen, Splash 2 (Auckland, New Zealand: 1984).
Arlene Stone, "Poets in the Combat Zone", Code Poems, Contact II 36/37 (1985).
Dennis Barone, "Large Poetic Concerns", Spoke, Contact II 38/39/40 (1985).
Paul Green, Spoke, Reality Studios 7 (London: 1985).
Sherry Quart, Written In/The Zero One, UCSD's Archive Newsletter, Spring 1987.
Joseph Keppler, "Four by Three", Sixteen & Spoke, Gargoyle 32/33 (1987).
Kathleen Fraser, "Line. On the Line. Lining up. Lined with. Between the Lines. Bottom Line.", The Line in Postmodern Poetry, ed. Robert Frank and Herny Sayre (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1988).
Charles Bernstein, "Weak Links", preface to Weeks (Ann Arbor: Xexoial, 1990)
Johanna Drucker, The Fast. Poetry Project Newsletter Oct/Nov 1992
Mark Wallace, Silent Teachers/Remembered Sequel, Taproot #5 (1994)
Juliana Spahr, "Composition as Explanation", presented at MLA Annual Convention (1993)
"Blank Verse: A Decidedly High Point in the History of English Prosody": offprint exists w/o source information
Paul Green, review of several books - published in UK 1990s
DuCharme, Mark. "Consciousness & Contradiction: Hannah Weiner's silent teachers/remembered sequel." 6ix 5 (1997). 4-9
Goldman, Judith. "Hannah=hannaH: Politics, Ethics, and Clairvoyance in the Work of Hannah Weiner" differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, Summer 2001 v12 i2 p121
Durgin, Patrick F. "Journalism: Notes on Hannah Weiner." Kiosk
No. 2 (2003)
Note: Compiled by Charles Bernstein, 1989, updated, 1996 CB, and May 2002 / March 2003 & 2007 by Patrick F. Durgin
See also the Hannah Weiner Tribute.