Frank Stanford – Contributions to Periodicals

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Section C:
This index includes contributions to periodicals; entries within years are listed alphabetically


1969

PREVIEW: 1968-1969, edited by Leon Stokesbury
Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas, 1969
“Living” [collected in Singing Knives]


1970

MILL MOUNTAIN REVIEW, Vol. 1, No. 2, edited by  Irv Broughton
Roanoke: Mill Mountain Review, 1970
“The Professors” [uncollected], “The Solitude of Historical Analysis” [uncollected], “The Politicians” [uncollected], “Holy Night” [uncollected], “Living” [collected in The Singing Knives]

PREVIEW: THE LITERATURE, edited by Leon Stokesbury
Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas, 1970
“Elegy for My Father” [collected in The Singing Knives], “Remembering the Odor in the Jewish Dentist’s House Next Door, I Recall the Picture Show Next Door to the Stamp Store in Downtown Memphis” [uncollected], “The Gospel Bird” [collected in The Singing Knives], “The Albino” [collected in The Singing Knives]

TANSY, No. 1 , edited by John Moritz
Lawrence: Tansy, 1970
“Early Times In A Mississippi Liquor Store” [uncollected], “The Hole” [uncollected]




TANSY, No. 4 , edited by John Moritz
Lawrence: Tansy, n.d. [c. 1970-71]
“Tapsticks” [collected in The Singing Knives], “Chimera” [uncollected].





1971

ALDEBARAN REVIEW, No. 11, edited by John Oliver Simon
Berkeley: Noh Directions Press, 1971
“On Jesus Highway” [uncollected]

THE CHICAGO REVIEW, Vol. 23, No. 1, edited by Robert McKean
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1971
“Fish on the Trees (elegy)” [uncollected], “The Albino” [collected in The Singing Knives], “Remembering the Odor in the Jewish Dentist’s House Next Door, I Recall the Picture Show next door to the Stamp Store in Downtown Memphis” [uncollected]

KAYAK, No. 26, edited by George Hitchcock
Santa Cruz: Kayak Books Inc, 1971
“Wishing My Wife Had One Leg” [collected in The Singing Knives]

THE LITTLE REVIEW, Vol. 2, No. 2, Issue 4, edited by John McKernan
Huntington: Little Review Press, 1971
“The Kite”, [uncollected] “The Pump” [collected in The Singing Knives]

MILL MOUNTAIN REVIEW, Vol. 1, No. 3, edited by Irv Broughton
Roanoke, VA: Mill Mountain Review, 1971
“If I Should Wake” [collected in The Singing Knives], “The Bass” [collected in The Singing Knives], “The Doe” [uncollected], “The Minnow” [collected in The Singing Knives], “Cottonmouth” [uncollected]

MILL MOUNTAIN REVIEW, Vol. 1, No. 4, edited by Irv Broughton
Seattle: Mill Mountain Review, 1971
“Planning the Disappearance of Those Who Have Gone” [collected in The Singing Knives], “The Bandits” [uncollected], “Bergman the Burning Ship” [uncollected], “Bend Sinister” [uncollected], “The Mother of Yannis Ritsos” [uncollected], “The Men” [uncollected]

THE NATION, Vol. 213, No. 10
New York: Nation Associates Inc., October 1971
“Belladonna” [collected in The Singing Knives]

NEW AMERICAN REVIEW, No. 11, edited by Theodore Solotaroff 
New York: New American Library, 1971
“The Gospel Bird” [collected in The Singing Knives]

WEST COAST REVIEW, Vol. 6, No. 2, edited by Frederick Candelaria
Burnaby: Simon Fraser University, 1971
“The Intruder” [collected in The Singing Knives], “The Quiver” [collected in The Singing Knives], “Friends of the House of Momus” [uncollected], “Momus” [uncollected], “White Feather” [uncollected], “Poet Manque” [uncollected], “Becoming the Unicorn” [collected in The Singing Knives], “The Tribade” [uncollected], “The Arena” [uncollected], “The Odor” [uncollected], “Solus” [uncollected], “Holy Night” [uncollected], “The Bandits” [uncollected], “The Smoking Mirrors” [uncollected], “Bergman the Burning Ship” [uncollected]


1972

HOLLINS CRITIC, Vol. 9, No. 1, edited by R.H.W. Dillard
Roanoke: Hollins College, 1972
“Chimera” [uncollected]

THE IOWA REVIEW, Vol. 3, No. 3, edited by Merle E. Brown
Iowa City: The University of Iowa, Summer 1972
“The Buried Sword” [uncollected], “Keeping the Lord’s Night Watch” [uncollected], “The Actresses of Night” [uncollected], “The Paramour” [collected in Ladies from Hell]

THE MASSACHUSETTS REVIEW, Vol. 13, No. 4
Amherst: University of Massachusetts, Autumn 1972
“Tapsticks” [collected in The Singing Knives]

POETRY: AUSTRALIA, No. 43, edited by Grace Perry
Sydney: South Head Press, 1972
Translation from the Spanish: “Twilight” by César Vallejo


1973

BOSTON AFTER DARK: THE BOSTON PHOENIX, Vol. 2, No. 51, Section 2
Boston: The Boston Phoenix, December 1973
excerpt “Blue Yodel of Poets of Times Past” [uncollected]

THE NEW YORK QUARTERLY, No. 15, edited by William Packard
New York: New York Quarterly Poetry Review, Summer 1973
“Death in the Cool Evening” [collected in Ladies from Hell]


1974

THE ARK RIVER REVIEW, Vol. 3, No. 1, edited by Jonathan Katz, A.G. Sobin, and Arthur Vogelsang
Haverford: The Ark River Review, 1974
“In Plain View” [collected in Shade], “Pasture Dream” [collected in Ladies from Hell]

DACOTAH TERRITORY, No. 8/9, edited by Mark Vinz
Moorehead: Moorhead State College, Fall-Winter 1974
“Suspect” [collected in Ladies from Hell], “Soybeans” [collected in Shade]

FIELD, No. 10, edited by Stuart Friebert and David Young
Oberlin: Oberlin College, Spring 1974
“Brothers on Sunday Night” [collected in Ladies from Hell], “Linger” [collected in Ladies from Hell]

FIELD, No. 11, edited by Stuart Friebert and David Young
Oberlin: Oberlin College, Fall 1974
“The Dead Man’s Fiddle” [collected in Crib Death], “The Home Movie of Those Who are Dead Now” [collected in Crib Death]

FIELD, 12, edited by Stuart Friebert and David Young
Oberlin: Oberlin College, Spring 1974)
“Blue Yodel of Her Feet” [uncollected], “Allegory of Death and Night” [uncollected], “Children at the Point of Death” [uncollected], “Knew it was Love, Felt it was Glory (after Pier Paolo Pasolini)” [collected in Crib Death]

THE IOWA REVIEW, Vol. 5, No. 2, edited by Merle E. Brown
Iowa City: The University of Iowa, Spring 1974
“Rooms” [collected in Constant Stanger], “Hidden Water” [collected in Ladies from Hell]

THE IOWA REVIEW, Vol. 5, No. 3, edited by Merle E. Brown
Iowa City: The University of Iowa, Summer 1974
“A Past: Wintered Like a Circus ” [uncollected]

IRONWOOD, No. 4, edited by Michael Cuddihy
Tucson: Ironwood, December 1974
“Handling Paper with Cold Hands” [collected in You], “Lost Recipe” [uncollected], “Crest” [uncollected], “Island Funeral” [collected in Crib Death], “Getting to Sleep” [collected in Ladies from Hell]

THE LITTLE REVIEW, Vol. 5, No. 1, Issue 9, edited by John McKernan
Dorchester: Little Review Press, 1974
“Blue Yodel of Those Who Were Always Telling Me” [uncollected]

POETRY: AUSTRALIA, No. 51, edited by Grace Perry
Sydney: South Head Press(1974)
Translation from the Spanish: “Message by Lorca Sent to Me in an Infant’s Casket” by Nicanor Parra

PRAIRIE SCHOONER, Vol. 48, No. 3, edited by Bernice Slote
Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, Fall 1974
“Sudden Opera” [collected in Ladies from Hell]


1975

AMERICAN POETRY REVIEW, Vol. 4, No. 2, edited by Stephen Berg
Philadelphia: American Poetry Review, March-April 1975
“What About This” [uncollected], “They Really Do” [uncollected]

IRONWOOD, No. 6, edited by Michael Cuddihy
Tucson: Ironwood Press, 1975
“The Burial Ship” [uncollected], “The Wolves” [uncollected]

THE LITTLE REVIEW, Vol. 5, No. 2, Issue 10, edited by John McKernan
Dorchester: Little Review Press, 1975
“Blue Yodel” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Their Names Are Spoken” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Island” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Tale” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Will” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Shed” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Blue Yodel of the Quick and the Dead” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Lament of the Land Surveyor” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Monk’s Dog” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Women Singing When Their Husbands Are Gone” [collected in Ladies from Hell, “Lap” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone], “Mouths Full of Spit” [collected in Arkansas Bench Stone]


1976

OUT THERE, No. 10, edited by Rose Lesniak  
Chicago: Out There Press, (1976)
“Only One Set in The Singer’s Eyes” [collected in Crib Death], “Why The Moon is The Outhouse” [collected in Crib Death], “Porch Chair” [uncollected].


1977

BARATARIA, No. 3, edited by Ellen Gilchrist and Everette Maddox
New Orleans: The Barataria Press, Spring-Summer 1977
“Dreamt by a Man in a Field” [uncollected], “Between Love and Death” [collected in Crib Death], ”You” [uncollected], “Would You Like to Lie Down with the Light on and Cry” [collected in Crib Death], “Allegory of Youth” [uncollected]

BARATARIA, No. 4 , edited by Ellen Gilchrist and Everette Maddox
New Orleans: The Barataria Press, Fall 1977
“The Captain’s Desk” [uncollected]

IRONWOOD, 9, edited by Michael Cuddihy
Tucson: Ironwood Press, Spring 1977
“Taking Your Life” [collected in Crib Death], “Amaranth” [collected in Crib Death], “A Woman Driving a Stake into the Ground at Midnight” [collected in Crib Death], “Strange Roads before Light” [collected in Crib Death], “Only One Set in the Singer’s Eyes” [collected in Crib Death], “The Angel of Death” [collected in Crib Death], “Death and the Arkansas River” [collected in Constant Stranger]


1978

IRONWOOD, No. 12, edited by Michael Cuddihy
Tucson: Ironwood Press, Fall 1978
“The Light The Dead See” [collected in Crib Death], “In this House” [collected in Crib Death], “A Milk Truck Running into a Crazy Maid at the Corner of Getwell and Park” [collected in Crib Death], “The Boy Who Shot Weathercocks” [collected in Crib Death]


1979

AMERICAN POETRY REVIEW, Vol. 8, No. 2, edited by Stephen Berg
Philadelphia: World Poetry, March/April 1979
“The History of John Stoss” [collected in You], “Starving to Death” [uncollected], “Source” [uncollected], “Light Blue” [uncollected], “Death and Memory” [uncollected]


1980s and beyond

IRONWOOD, No. 17, edited by Michael Cuddihy
Tucson: Ironwood Press, April 1981
“The Picture Show Next Door to The Stamp Store in Downtown Memphis” [collected in The Singing Knives], “The Pump” [collected in The Singing Knives], “Getting to Sleep” [collected in Ladies from Hell], “Lost Recipe” [collected in Crib Death], “Wind Blowing on a Sick Man”, “The Burial Ship”, “Everybody Who is Dead”, “Between Love and Death”, “Blue Yodel of the Lost Child”, “Allegory of Death and Night”, “A Milk Truck Running into a Crazy Maid at the Corner of Getwell and Park”, “The Battlefield Where The Moon Says I Love You”, Selections

IRONWOOD, No. 23, edited by Michael Cuddihy
Tucson: Ironwood Press, Spring 1984
“Crossed” [uncollected]

RACCOON, No. 24/25, Tenth Anniversary Issue.
Memphis: Ion Books, May 1987
“There Is No Where in You a Paradise That Is No Place and There You Do Not Enter
Except Without a Story”

NEW LETTERS, Vol. 64, No. 3, edited by James McKinley
Kansas City: University of Missouri-Kansas City, Spring 1998
“Dead Child”


Unknown Contributions

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BOSTON AFTER DARK
BOSTON PHOENIX
THE CIRCULAR RUINS [Scotland]
DE QUINCEY [England]
EDGE [Christchurch , New Zealand]
GHOST SHIP [Ireland]
THE HUNCHBACK IN THE PARK [Wales]
LA BELL ET LA BETE [France]
LA NOTTE [Italy]
THE LITTLE REVIEW
THE NATION, Vol. 213, No. 10 (1971)
OPEN PLACES (Columbia, MO: Stephens College)
THE PARTISAN REVIEW
POETRY NOW, Vol. 1, No. 2 (1975)
THE PORTABLE PLATEAU, Volume 1 Number 1 (1997)
ROAD APPLE REVIEW [Albuquerque]
SEEMS [DeKalb]
STINKTREE [Memphis]
VILLAGE