BIBLIOGRAPHY: TIMOTHY STEELE

For a fuller account of the materials listed below, please see Timothy Steele, A Bibliography 1957 - 2018, compiled by Jack W. C. Hagstrom and Joshua S. Odell. Santa Barbara: Joshua Odell Editions, 2018.

Collections of Poems

Uncertainties and Rest. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1979.


Sapphics Against Anger and Other Poems. New York: Random House, 1986.


The Color Wheel. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994.


Sapphics and Uncertainties: Poems 1970-1986. Fayetteville: The University of Arkansas Press, 1995.


Toward the Winter Solstice. Athens, OH: Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, 2006.

Chapbooks and Limited Edition Poems

The Prudent Heart. Los Angeles: Symposium Press, 1983.


Nine Poems. Florence, KY: Robert L. Barth, 1984.


On Harmony. Omaha: Abattoir Editions, 1984.


Short Subjects. Florence, KY: Robert L. Barth, 1985.


Beatitudes. Child Okeford, Dorset: Words Press, 1988.


Starr Farm Beach. West Chester, PA: Aralia Press, 2005.

Scholarship and Literary Criticism

Missing Measures: Modern Poetry and the Revolt Against Meter. Fayetteville:

       University of Arkansas Press, 1990.


All the Fun’s in How You Say a Thing: An Explanation of Meter and Versification.

       Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 1999.

Books Edited

The Music of His History: Poems for Charles Gullans on His Sixtieth Birthday.

        Edited by Timothy Steele. Florence, KY: Robert L. Barth Press, 1989.


The Poems of J. V. Cunningham. Edited with an introduction and commentary by

        Timothy Steele. Athens, OH: Swallow Press/Ohio University Press, 1997.

Articles, Introductions, or Afterwords in Magazines, Journals, Books, and Anthologies of Criticism

“The Structure of the Detective Story.” Modern Fiction Studies 27 (Winter 1981-

       82): 555-70.


“The Dissociation of Sensibility: Mannered Muses, Ancient and Modern.” The

       Southern Review 19 (Winter 1983): 57-72.


“Matter and Mystery: Neglected Works and Background Materials of Detective

       Fiction.” Modern Fiction Studies 29 (Autumn 1983): 435-50.


“Let Thy Words Be Few: Remembering J. V. Cunningham.” Sequoia 29 (Spring

       1985): 104-8.


“Tradition and Revolution: The Modern Movement and Free Verse.” The

       Southwest Review 70 (Summer 1985): 294-319.


“J. V. Cunningham: An Introduction and an Interview.” The Iowa Review 15 (Fall

1985): 1-24.


“Janet Lewis and the Untranslatable Heart.” Los Angeles Times: The Book Review (3

       November 1985): 2.


“Writing in Meter.” Crosscurrents 8 (Winter 1989): 101-4.


“Pattern and Substance in the Life and Work of Janet Lewis.” Numbers 4 (Winter

       1990): 79-90.


“On Meter.” Hellas 1 (Fall 1990): 289-310.


“Excerpt,” from Missing Measures. The Formalist 1 (Autumn 1990): 37-39.


“The Superior Art: Prose, Verse, and Modern Poetry.” In Conversant Essays:

       Contemporary Poets of Poetry, edited by James McCorkle (Detroit: Wayne

       State University Press, 1990): 120-131.


“‘Let Thy Words Be Few’: Remembering J.V. Cunningham.” Verse 7 (Winter

       1990): 33-37. (This is an expanded version of the essay that initially

       appeared in Sequoia.)


“The Forms of Poetry.” Brandeis Review 12 (Summer 1992): 28-33.


Three Entries: “Edgar Bowers,” “Thom Gunn,” “Vers Libre.” In The Oxford

       Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry, edited by Ian Hamilton. Oxford:

       Oxford University Press, 1994: 62-63, 201-3, 558-59.


“On Edgar Bowers.” La Fontana, special issue (March 1994): 44-45.


“Staunch Meter, Great Song.” In Meter in English: A Critical Engagement, edited

       by David Baker. Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, l996: 221-47.


“Boundless Wealth from a Finite Store: Meter and Grammar.” Michigan Quarterly

       Review 36 (Winter 1997): 161-80.


“Prosody, Elizabethan.” In Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, edited by Paul F.

       Gendler. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1999: vol. 5, 176-79.


“‘Across Spaces of the Footed Line’: the Meter and Versification of Robert Frost.” In

       The Cambridge Companion to Robert Frost, edited by Robert Faggen.

       Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001: 123-53.


“John Keats’s Poems of 1817.” The World from Here: Treasures of the Great

       Libraries of Los Angeles. Los Angeles: The Grunwald Center for the Graphic

       Arts and the Hammer Museum, 2001: 419.


“‘The Bravest Sort of Verses’: The Heroic Couplet.” An Exaltation of Forms, edited by

       Annie Finch and Kathrine Varnes. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press,

       2002: 107-15.


Afterword to Helen Pinkerton’s Taken in Faith. Athens, OH: Swallow Press/Ohio

       University Press, 2002: 119-29.


“Prosody for 21st-Century Poets.” Website of The Academy of American Poets,

       2006. (http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/19294)


“Verse Satire in the Twentieth Century.” In A Companion to Satire Ancient and

       Modern, edited by Ruben Quintero. Oxford: Blackwell, 2007: 434-59.


Introduction to Peter Stanlis’s Robert Frost: The Poet as Philosopher. Wilmington,

       Delaware: ISI Books, 2007: i-x.


“Judge’s Note for The 2008 Howard Nemerov Sonnet Award.” In Measure, volume

       4, issue 1 (2009): 71-72.


Introduction to Able Muse Anthology, edited by Alex Pepple. San Jose: Able

       Muse Press, 2011: xiii-iv.


Two short essays for “The Symposium on Form.” In Think Journal 3 (Spring 2011):

       13-15; 33-35.


“Scansion,” ”Verse and Prose.” Entries for The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and

       Poetics, 4th Edition, Roland Greene, Editor in Chief, Stephen Cushman,

       General Editor. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2012: 1259-63; 1507-

       13.


Two Entries: “Edgar Bowers,” “Thom Gunn.” In The Oxford Companion to Modern

       Poetry, 2nd ed., edited by Ian Hamilton and Jeremy Noel-Tod. Oxford:

       Oxford University Press, 2013: 64-65, 232-34. (These entries revise the

       earlier ones on EB and TG written for The Oxford Companion to

       Twentieth-Century Poetry, which was published in 1994. Though the

       current volume carries a different title, the publisher lists the book as a 2nd

       edition of the original volume.)


Afterword to Frank Osen’s Virtue, Big as Sin. San Jose: Able Muse Press, 2013): 63-

       66.


Essay: “’No Shepherd of a Child’s Surmises’: J. V. Cunningham as a Montana Poet.”

       In These Living Songs: Reading Montana Poetry, edited by Lisa Simon and

       Brady Harrison. Missoula, University of Montana Press, 2014: 153-66.


Essay: "Two Version of Orpheus: Edgar Bowers and Thom Gunn. The Yale Review 103:3 (July 

        2017): 71-103. 

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Essay: “Reading, Writing, and Bibliography.” In Timothy Steele, A Bibliography

       1957 – 2018, compiled by Jack W. C. Hagstrom and Joshua S. Odell. Santa

       Barbara: Joshua Odell Editions, 2018: xi-xxx.


Essay: “The Poetry Of Helen Pinkerton.” Literary Matters 11 (Spring 2018):

       http://www.literarymatters.org/11-1-the-poetry-of-helen-pinkerton/


Essay: “Another Look at Thom Gunn.” The Threepenny Review 160 (Winter 2020):

       10-12.


Reviews

“Keeping the Angels in Line”: of Mary Baron, Letters for the New England Dead.

       Counter/Measures 3 (1974): 191-93.


“Sunbelly”: of Kenneth Fields, Sunbelly. The Southern Review 11 (Spring 1975): 482-

       86.


“Recent Verse of W.S. Merwin”: of W.S. Merwin, The Compass Flower and Feathers

       from the Hill. The Southern Review 16 (Spring 1980): 483-91.


“Curving to Foreign Harbors”: of Turner Cassity, The Defense of the Sugar Islands.

       The Southern Review 17 (Winter 1981): 205-13.


“Conversations with Novelists”: of Christopher Bigsby and Heide Ziegler, The

       Radical Imagination and the Liberal Tradition: Interviews with English and

       American Novelists and Dianna Cooper-Clark, Designs of Darkness:

       Interviews with Detective Novelists. Modern Fiction Studies 30 (Summer,

       1984): 423-25.


Of The Oxford Book of Children’s Verse in America, edited by Donald Hall. Los

       Angeles Times: The Book Review (29 March 1985): 3, 6.


Of Stevie Smith: A Selection, edited by Hermione Lee. Los Angeles Times: The

       Book Review (26 May 1985): 7.


Of Skeptical Engagements, by Frederick Crews. California Magazine 12 (January

1987): 80-81.

Poems

Two Poems: “Wait,” “Homecoming in Late March.” Poetry 119 (March 1972): 329.


Three Poems: “Coda in Wind,” “October Dusk,” “September Noon.” The Southern

       Review, 8 (Winter 1972): 170-72.


Two Poems: “Reading Habits,” “Cowboy.” Modern Occasions 11 (Winter 1972):

       25-26.


Two Poems “At the Summit,” “This Is.” The Chowder Review (Winter 1973): 27.


Four Poems: “Night Transit,” “For Ying Lew,” “Epitaph,” “For One Who Worked

       Polk Street.” Counter/Measures 2 (1973): 79-80.


Poem: “Family Reunion.” The Southern Humanities Review 8 (Summer 1974): 335.


Poem: “A Couple, A Domestic Interior.” Southern Poetry Review 14 (Fall 1974): 45.


Three Poems: “Strictly Romantic: Coastal Town in Maine,” “For My Mother,” “This

       Time Around.” The Greensboro Review 19 (Winter 1974-75): 101-3.


Two Poems: “One Morning,” “Profils Perdus.” The Southern Review 11 (Spring

       1975): 421-22.


Four Poems: “With a Copy of Ronald Firbank,” “Even Then,” “Mornings in a New

       Apartment,” “Don Juan: A Winter Convalescence,” The Greensboro Review

       19 (Winter 1975-76): 20-22.


Poem: “Summer Fairytale.” The Chowder Review 6 (1976): 6.


Poem: “Jogging in the Presidio.” Sequoia (1976): 74.


Poem: “Stargazing at Barton.” The Southern Poetry Review 16 (Spring 1976): 47.


Four Poems: “Last Night as You Slept,” “Learning to Skate,” “Rural Colloquy with a

       Painter,” “Baker Beach at Sunset.” The Greensboro Review 22 (Spring l977):

       3-5.


Three Poems: “Three Notes Toward Definitions: I: Of Culture, II: Of Faith, III: Of

       Friendship.” Poetry 130 (July l977): 218-20.


Five Poems: "Sunday Afternoon," "Evening, after the Auction," "The Messenger,"

       "History of a Friendship in Mattapoisett," "Poet at the Christmas Tree." The

       Southern Review 13 (Autumn 1977): 774-78.


Four Poems: “This Is,” “Profils Perdus,” “For my Mother,” “With a Copy of Ronald

       Firbank.” Sequoia 22 (Autumn 1977): 5-8.


Five Poems: “Jogging in the Presidio,” “Two for the Road,” “With a Copy of Ronald

       Firbank, “Family Reunion,” “A Couple, A Domestic Interior.” PN Review 5

       (1977): 26.


Two Poems: “Names,” “Apology.” The Gramercy Review 3 (Spring 1979): 46-47.


Four Poems: “Murder Mystery,” “In the King’s Rooms,” “Border Tramp,” “From the

       Point.” The Southern Review 15 (Fall 1979): 1003-6.


Three Poems: “The Sheets,” “The Shortcut,” “Coming Now.” Canto 3 (May 1980):

       73-75.


Two Poems: “Sunday Supplement,” “Cory in April.” The Gramercy Review 4

       (Spring 1980): 3-6.


Four Poems: “Last Words on the Subject,” “Toward Calgary,” “Estrangements,” “Old

       Letters.” Occident (Winter 1981): 43-44.


Poem: “Near Olympic.” The Threepenny Review 6 (Summer 1981): 12.


Two Poems: “Summer,” “1816.” Chicago Review 33 (Summer 1981): 58-59.


Poem: “Sapphics Against Anger.” The Threepenny Review 11 (Fall 1982): 3.


Poem: “On the Eve of a Birthday.” Poetry 141 (November 1982): 69-70.


Two Poems: “From a Rooftop,” “Timothy.” The Paris Review 88 (Summer 1983):

       187-89.


Two Poems: “The Chorus,” “Chanson Philosophique.” Poetry 142 (August 1983):

       259-60.


Two Poems: “The Treatise on Harmony,” “Mockingbird.” The Greensboro Review

       34 (Summer 1983): 82-83.


Two Poems: “Angel,” “The Library.” Poetry 143 (December 1983): 127-29.


Three Poems: “The Skull at the Crossroads,” “Guessing Game,” “Social Reform,”

       Triquarterly 58 (Winter 1984): 133-34.


Three Poems: “Love Poem,” “Snapshots for Posterity,” “Jacaranda.” Sequoia 28

       (Winter 1984): 1-3.


Three Poems: “Matthew 5.l5,” “An L.A. Impromptu,” “Sage Counsel.” Nebo 2

       (Spring 1984): 24.


Poem: “The Wartburg.” The Threepenny Review 18 (Summer 1984): 12.


Poem: “Life Portrait.” The Threepenny Review 19 (Fall 1984): 17.


Two Poems: “Eros,” “Ethics.” Poetry 145 (February 1985): 262-63.


Poem: “UCSB Pastoral.” Daily Nexus 16 (May 23, 1986): 7A.


Poem: “Beatitudes, While Setting out the Trash.” The Yale Review 75 (Spring

       1986): 372.


Three Poems: “Joseph,” “Education in Music,” “Eros.” Numbers (Autumn 1986):

       35-38.


Two Poems: “Joseph,” “Education in Music.” Sequoia 31 (Centennial Issue 1987):

       30-31.


Poem: “Portrait of a Woman in a Museum.” Zyzzyva 3 (Spring 1987): 129.


Four Poems: “Aurora,” “Youth,” “Dependent Nature,” “Pacific Rim.” The New

       Criterion 6 (October 1987): 45-48.


Poem: “Scrapbook for my Sister.” The Jacaranda Review 3 (Fall/Winter 1988): 118.


Two Poems: “Decisions, Decisions,” “Practice.” Crosscurrents 8 (Winter 1989): 15-

       16.


Two Poems: “On Wheeler Mountain,” “Cosmos.” The Greensboro Review 46

       (Summer 1989): 135-36.


Poem: “For Thom Gunn, Thinking of Him in Vermont.” PN Review 16 (Autumn

       1989): 44.


Poem: “Advice to a Student.” The Formalist 1 (Winter 1990): 27.


Poem: “Once.” The Spectator (3 February 1990): 31.


Poem: “On his Cooking.” Lullwater Review 1 (Spring 1990): 14.


Three Poems: “Jerusalem Delivered,” “Once,” “Joseph and His Brothers.” The

       Epigrammatist 1 (April 1990): 22-23.


Two Poems: “A Shore,” “Georgics.” Zyzzyva 7 (Spring 1991): 69, 71.


Poem: “In Passing.” Southwest Review 77. (Winter 1992): 56.


Poem: “One Binary Star Talking to Another.” The Epigrammatist (April 1992): 22.


Poem: “Anecdote of the Sugar Bowl.” The New Criterion 11 (November 1992): 40.


Two Poems: “Luck,” “Just as Well.” Hellas 3 (Fall 1992): 50-52.


Three Poems: “Beethoven’s Ninth at the Hollywood Bowl,” “Ars Poetica,”

       “Curriculum Vitae.” The Classical Outlook, 70 (Fall 1992): 20.


Two Poems: “December in Los Angeles,” “Hortulus.” Poetry, 161 (December 1992):

       134-35.


Poem: “California Sea Lion.” The Threepenny Review, 52 (Winter 1993): 11.


Poem: “Takeoff.” The New Republic, 4090 (June 7, 1993): 40.


Poem: “Her Memory of the Picnic.” Shenandoah, 43 (Fall 1993): 94-95.


Poem: “History of Morals, or The Old Curiosity Shop.” The Epigrammatist (April

       1994): 21.


Poem: “The Telemarketers’ Hour.” The Chronicle of Philanthropy, 7 (December 13,

       1994): 45.


Two Poems: “Luck,” “Anecdote of the Sugar Bowl.” Poetry Durham 35 (Summer

       1995): 18-20.


Poem: “Millennial Visions.” The Epigrammatist (December 1995): 4.


Poem: "For Wesley Trimpi." Hellas 7 (Fall/Winter 1996): 13.


Two Poems: “For Victoria, Traveling in Europe,” “Charley.” Pivot 45 (1997): 24.


Poem: “Going,” Poetry 171 (October-November 1997): 81-82.


Poem: “For Joe Kennedy.” Paintbrush 25 (Autumn 1998): 135.


Poem: “Toward the Winter Solstice.” Poetry 177 (December 2000): 204-05.


Two Poems: “Starr Farm Beach,” “Snow.” The New Criterion 19 (January 2001): 37-

       38.


Poem: “Faustina.” Poetry 177 (March 2001): 370.


Poem: “Champlain Evening.” Smartish Pace 4 (Spring/Summer 2001): 40.


Poem: “The Sweet Peas.” Southwest Review 86 (Fall 2001): 510-11.


Poem: “Didelphis Virginiana.” Bayou 38 (Winter 2002): 66-67.


Poem: “In the Memphis Airport.” ZYZZYVA 18 (Spring 2002): 177.


Poem: “The Middle Years.” Poetry 181 (October-November 2002): 82-83.


Poem: “Gym Evenings.” Iambs and Trochees 1 (November 2002): 12-13.


Three Poems: “Sepulveda Basin Mallards,” “Jardin des Tuileries,” “Freudian

       Analysis.” The New Compass: A Critical Review 2 (December 2003): no pp.

       numbers.


Poem: “Siglo de Oro.” The Threepenny Review 97 (Spring 2004): 11.


Poem: “Joanna, Wading.” The Philadelphia Inquirer. (June 8, 2004): A19.


Two Poems: “Henry and Elvis,” “In a Eucalyptus Grove.” The Kenyon Review 27

       (Winter 2005): 113-14


Three Poems: “Daybreak, Benedict Canyon,” “The Swing,” “Ethel Taylor.” The New

       Criterion 23 (April 2005): 25-30.


Three Poems: “Black Phoebe,” “Hercules and the Poet,” “A Short History of Post-

       Structuralism.” Cadenza 14 (Fall 2005): 36; 44; 75.


Poem: “The Faithful Widower.” The Philadelphia Inquirer (January 4, 2006): A11.


Poem: “A Muse.” The Threepenny Review 105 (Spring 2006): 12.


Two Poems: “April 27, 1937,” “Herb Garden.” Measure 1 (Spring 2006): 69-71.


Poem: “Love Letter.” The New York Sun 123:150 (November 14, 2007): 16.


Two Poems: “Opening the Camp,” “Flying Colors.” The Hopkins Review 1 (Spring

       2008): 210-12.


Translation and Poem: “Demain, dès l’aube . . .” (Victor Hugo), “Anima.” The

       Raintown Review 7 (May 2008): 109-11. (“Anima” is reprinted from Toward

       the Winter Solstice.)


Poem: “Caesar for a Day.” First Things 193 (May 2009): 28.


Poem: “For Kashmir.” First Things 194 (June/July 2009): 20.


Poem: “In Montmartre Cemetery.” Able Muse (Winter 2009).


Poem: “At a Swimming Pool.” Clearing the Sill of the World: Program of the 28th

       Annual Key West Literary Seminar (January 7 – 14, 2010): 38.


Two Poems: “Arrangement for One Voice,” “Pastoral at Rock Point.” Sewanee

       Review 118 (Spring 2010): 197-98.


Poem: “Sentimental Education,” The Hopkins Review 4 (Summer 2011): 399.


Poem: “Close Encounter,” American Arts Quarterly 29 (Summer 2012): 64.


Poem: “The Stocking Feeder.” First Things 228 (December 2012): 50.


Poem: “A Visitor.” Alabama Literary Review, 21 (2012 [ALR is published annually]):

      107-08.


Poem: “Astronomical Aubade.” First Things 229 (January 2013): 44.


Poem: “Haydn in Los Angeles.” Classical KUSC Arts Alive Blog (posted 2 May

       2013).


Poem: “L. A. Story.” The Evansville Review 23 (2013 [TER is published annually]):

       29-30.


Poem: “Now and Then.” Light Poetry Magazine (Winter/Spring 2014).


Poem: “Descent of Man.” The Smithsonian 45 (January 2015): 55.


Three Poems: “Changing of the Guard,” “Café du Soir, “ Squirrel Among Gum

       Trees.” The Yale Review 103 (July 2015): 18-21.


Poem: “Song at Seventy.” Literary Matters 10 (Winter 2018).

       http://www.literarymatters.org/10-2-song-at-seventy/


Poem: “Brief Encounter.” Measure 13 (2018): 4.


Poem: “The Mountain Lion of Central Park.” Able Muse 27 (Winter 2019): 64-65.

Poems and Essays in Anthologies, Textbooks, and Festschriften

Poem: “Epitaph.” In Introduction to Literature, 2nd. edition, edited by X. J.

       Kennedy. Boston: Little Brown, 1976: 65.


Poem: “Wait.” In The Poetry Anthology: 1912-1977, edited by Daryl Hine and

       Joseph Parisi. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1978: 454.


Poem: “Night Transit.” In Selections: University & College Poetry Prizes 1973-78,

       edited by Stanley Kunitz. New York: Academy of American Poets, 1980: 75.


Poem: “Epitaph.” In Tygers of Wrath: Poems of Hate, Anger, and Invective, edited

       by X. J. Kennedy. Athens, GA: Univ. of Georgia Press, 1981: 140.


Poem: “Sapphics Against Anger.” In The Pushcart Prize, VIII: Best of the Small

       Presses, edited by Bill Henderson. Wainscott, NY: Pushcart Press, 1983:

       479.


Poem: “Life Portrait.” In Anthology of Magazine Verse & Yearbook of American

       Poetry, edited by Alan F. Pater. Beverly Hills: Monitor Book Company, 1985:

       433.


Essay: “Charles Gullans.” In Contemporary Poets, 4th edition, edited by James

       Vinson and D. L. Kirkpatrick. London: St. Martins, 1985: 331-33.


Poem: “Epitaph.” In The Norton Book of Light Verse, edited by Russell Baker. New

       York: Norton, 1986: 423.


Poem: “Sapphics Against Anger.” In Strong Measures: Recent American Poems in

       Traditional Forms, edited by Philip Dacey and David Jauss. New York:

       Harper & Row, 1986: 349-50.


Two Poems: “Epitaph,” “Timothy.” In An Introduction to Poetry, 6th edition, edited

       by X. J. Kennedy. Boston: Little Brown, 1986, pp. 65, 363.


Three Poems: “A Devotional Sonnet,” “One Morning,” “Rural Colloquy with a

       Painter.” In Contemporary Religious Poetry, edited by Paul Ramsey.

       Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1987: 118-119, 190.


Translation: “Prayer” (Pater Benigne, Summa Semper Lenitas). In Samuel Johnson:

       Latin Poems Translated by Various Hands, edited by R. L. Barth. Florence,

       KY: Robert L. Barth Press, 1987: 3.


Poem: “Scrapbook for my Sister.” Celebrations at Sixty for Turner Cassity, edited

       by R. L. Barth. Florence, KY: Robert L. Barth Press, 1987: 20.


Two Poems: “The Sheets,” “Aurora.” In The Direction of Poetry, edited by Robert

      Richman. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1988: 123-25.


Poem: “Beatitudes, While Setting out the Trash.” In Anthology of Magazine Verse

       & Yearbook of American Poetry: 1987-1989, edited by Alan F. Pater.

       Beverly Hills: Monitor Book Company, 1986-1988: 150.


Essay: “Tradition and Revolution: The Modern Movement and Free Verse.” In

       Expansive Poetry, edited by Frederick Feirstein. Santa Cruz: Story Line

       Press, 1989: 124-57.


Poem: “For Charles, on his Sixtieth Birthday” In The Music of his History: Poems

       for Charles Gullans on his Sixtieth Birthday, edited by Timothy Steele.

       Florence, KY: Robert L. Barth Press, 1989: 16.


Three Poems: “Youth,” “Dependent Nature,” “Decisions, Decisions.” In A Few

       Friends: Poems for Thom Gunn’s 60th Birthday, edited by Douglas

       Chambers. Walkerton, ONT: Stonyground Press, 1989: 44-47.


Four Poems: “Jacaranda,” “Timothy,” “From a Rooftop,” “Sapphics Against Anger.”

       In Nine Years After: A Retrospective Anthology of the Robert L. Barth Press,

       edited by Robert L. Barth. Florence, KY: Robert L. Barth Press, 1989: 60-63.


Two Poems: “Aurora,” “Pacific Rim.” In The Uncommon Touch: Fiction and Poetry

       form the Stanford Writing Workshop, edited by John L’Heureux. Stanford:

       Stanford Alumni Association, 1989: 417-18.


Poem: “Homage to a Carnegie Library.” In A Garland for Harry Duncan, edited by

       W. Thomas Taylor. Austin: W. Thomas Taylor, 1989: 86-87.


Two Poems: “Epitaph,” “Waiting for the Storm.” In An Introduction to Poetry, 7th

       edition, edited by X. J. Kennedy. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1990: 69,

       84.


Poem: “Cosmos.” In A Garland for John Finlay, edited by David Middleton.

       Thibodaux, LA: Blue Heron Press 1990: 18.


Poem: “Fountain in the City.” In Order in Variety: Essays and Poems in Honor of

       Donald E. Stanford, edited by Rebecca Crump. Newark, DE: University of

       Delaware Press, 1991: 182.


Poem: “At Will Rogers Beach.” In Western Wind, 3rd edition, edited by John

       Frederick Nims. New York: McGraw Hill, 1992: 575-76.


Poem: “A Shore.” In A New Geography of Poets, compiled and edited by Edward

       Field, Gerald Locklin, and Charles Stetler. Fayetteville: University of

       Arkansas Press, 1992: 287-88.


Poem: “Sapphics against Anger.” In Poetry: A HarperCollins Pocket Anthology,

       edited by R.S. Gwynn. New York: HarperCollins, 1993: 314.


Poem: “Waiting for the Storm.” In The Compact Bedford Introduction to

       Literature, 3rd. edition, edited by Michael Meyer. New York: St. Martin’s

       Press, 1994: 539.


Two Poems: “Epitaph,” “Summer.” In An Introduction to Poetry, 8th edition,

       edited by X. J. Kennedy and Dana Gioia. New York: HarperCollins, 1994: 74,

       89.


Poem: “Wait.” In Articulations: The Body and Illness in Poetry, edited by John

       Mukand. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 1994: 285.


Poem: “Eros.” In Formal Introductions, edited by Dana Gioia. West Chester, PA:

       Aralia Press, 1994: 38.


Two Poems: “Near Olympic,” “An Aubade.” In Grand Passion: The Poets of Los

       Angeles and Beyond, edited by Suzanne Lummis and Charles Webb. Los

       Angeles: Red Wind Books, 1995: 196-99.


Poem: “Sapphics against Anger.” In The Poetry Dictionary, edited by John Drury.

       Cincinnati: Story Press, 1995: 243-44.


Poem: “Havens.” In Havens: An Intimate Collection of Exclusive Photographs of

       Celebrities and their Favorite Rooms, Michael McCreary, with an

       introduction by Whoopi Goldberg [a charity book whose proceeds benefit

       the Pediatrics AIDS division at the City of Hope and L.A. Shanti]. Los

       Angeles: General Publishing Group, 1995: 13.


Two Poems: “Epitaph,” “Jogging in the Presidio.” In Writing Poems, 4th edition,

       edited by Michelle Boisseau and Robert Wallace. New York: HarperCollins,

       1996: 79, 86.


Seven Poems: "The Wartburg: 1521-22," "In the King's Rooms," "Timothy," "An

       Aubade," "Eros," "The Library," and "Joseph." In Rebel Angels: 25 Poets of

       the New Formalism, edited by Mark Jarman and David Mason. Brownsville,

       OR: Story Line Press, 1996: 210-20.


Poem: "Eros." In Sixty Years of American Poetry: Celebrating the Anniversary of

       the Academy of American Poets, edited by Bruno Navasky. New York:

       Harry N. Abrams, 1996: 336.


Poem: "Waiting for the Storm." In The Compact Bedford Introduction to

       Literature, 4th edition, edited by Michael Meyer. Boston: Bedford Books,

       1997: 581.


Poem: "An Aubade." In Passionate Hearts, edited by Wendy Maltz. Novato, CA:

       New World Library, 1997: 70-71.


Two Poems: “An Aubade,” “Waiting for the Storm,” Poetry: An Introduction, 2nd

       edition, edited by Michael Meyer. Boston: Bedford Books, 1998: 92, 189.


Poem: “Once.” In The Funny Side: 101 Humourous Poems, edited by Wendy

       Cope, London, Faber and Faber, 1998: 40.


Poem: “Waiting for the Storm.” In Knock at a Star: A Child’s Introduction to

       Poetry, revised edition, edited by X. J. Kennedy and Dorothy Kennedy,

       Boston: Little, Brown, 1999: 67.


Poem: “For My Mother.” In The Yellow Shoe Poets, edited by George Garrett.

       Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 1999: 177.


Essay: “Tradition and Revolution: the Modern Movement and Free Verse.” New

       Expansive Poetry, edited by R. S. Gwynn. Ashland, OR: Story Line Press

       1999: 28-51.


Essay: “Boundless Wealth from a Finite Store: Meter and Grammar.” After New

       Formalism: Poets on Form, Narrative, and Tradition, edited by Annie Finch.

       Ashland, OR: Story Line Press 1999: 89-106.


Poem: “An Aubade.” In Western Wind, 4th edition, edited by John Frederick Nims

       and David Mason. New York: McGraw Hill, 2000: 547.


Poem: “Waiting for the Storm.” In The Making of a Poem: A Norton Anthology of

       Forms, edited by Mark Strand and Eavan Boland, New York: Norton, 2000:

       233


Poems: “Epitaph.” In Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama,

       2nd edition, edited by X. J. Kennedy and Dana Gioia. New York: Longman,

       2000: 580.


Poem: “Waiting for the Storm.” In Thinking and Writing about Literature, 2nd

       edition, edited by Michael Meyer, Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2001: 264-

       65.


Poem: “In the Italian Alps.” In Profile, Full Face, edited by William Conelly,

       Hatfield, MA: The Van Zora Press, 2001: 19-20.


Poem: “Summer.” In The Penguin Book of the Sonnet, edited by Phillis Levin. New

       York: Penguin, 2001: 303.


Two Poems: “Epitaph,” “Summer.” In An Introduction to Poetry, 10th edition,

       edited by X. J. Kennedy and Dana Gioia. New York: Longman, 2002: 88,

       227.


Two Poems: “Waiting for the Storm,” “An Aubade.” In The Bedford Introduction to

       Literature, 6th edition, edited by Michael Meyer. Boston: Bedford/St.

       Martin’s, 2002: 868-69, 1104.


Poem: “Sapphics against Anger.” In Poetry: A Pocket Anthology, 3rd edition,

       edited by R. S. Gwynn. New York: Penguin, 2002: 400.


Poem: "A Shore." In Poems of the American West, edited by Robert Mezey. New

       York: Everyman/Knopf, 2002: 222.


Two Poems: “Chanson Philosophique,” “Three Notes Toward Definitions (section

       ii, “Of Faith”). In The Poetry Anthology 1912-2002, edited by Joseph Parisi

       and Stephen Young. Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2002: 264, 305.


Poem: “An Aubade.” In The Hudson Book of Poetry: 150 Poems Worth Reading,

       Alexis Walker, Series editor. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002: 138-39.


Poem: “Practice.” In Three Genres: The Writing of Poetry, Fiction, and Drama, 7th

       edition, edited by Stephen Minot. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall,

       2003: 33.


Poem: “Fae.” In The Misread City: New Literary Los Angeles, edited by Scott

       Timberg and Dana Gioia. Los Angeles: The Red Hen Press, 2003: 157.


Poem” Golden Age.” La Costituzione Americana de Ariel Solé e Simon

       Toparovsky. Milan: Fondazione Metropolitan S. Paolo Converso, 2003: 25.


Two Poems: “An Aubade,” “Sapphics against Anger.” California Poetry from the

       Gold Rush to the Present, edited by Dana Gioia, Chryss Yost, and Jack

       Hicks. Santa Clara, Heyday Books, 2004: 297-99.


Essay: “Tradition and Revolution: the Modern Movement and Free Verse.”

       Twentieth-Century American Poetics: Poets on the Art of Poetry, edited by

       Dana Gioia, David Mason, and Meg Schoerke. New York, McGraw-Hill,

       2004: 415-31.


Three Poems: “Sapphics against Anger,” “The Sheets,” “Summer.” Twentieth-

       Century American Poetry, edited by Dana Gioia, David Mason, and Meg

       Schoerke. New York, McGraw-Hill, 2004: 969-71.


Three Poems: “Life Portrait,” “Sapphics against Anger,” “Social Reform.”

       Contemporary American Poetry, edited by R. S. Gwynn and April Lindner,

       New York: Penguin, 2005: 354-57.


Two Poems: “Long Paces,” “Takeoff.” In 180 More: Extraordinary Poems for Every

       Day. New York: Random House, 2005: 248, 274.


Poem: “Sapphics against Anger.” In Western Wind: An Introduction to Poetry,

       edited by David Mason and John Frederick Nims, 5th ed. New York:

       McGraw-Hill, 2005: 243.


Poem: “Walking Her Home.” In Sonnets: 150 Contemporary Sonnets, edited by

       William Baer. Evansville, IN: University of Evansville Press, 2005: 126.


Poem: “Fae.” In Visiting Frost: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Robert

       Frost, edited by Sheila Coghill and Thom Tammaro. Iowa City: University of

       Iowa Press, 2005: 123.


Poem: “Woman in a Museum.” In Rhyming Poems: A Contemporary Anthology,

       edited by William Baer. Evansville, IN: University of Evansville Press, 2007:

       104.


Poem: “Mockingbird,” The Poets Guide to the Birds, edited by Judith Kitchen and

       Ted Kooser. Tallahassee, FL: Anhinga Press, 2009: 188.


Five Poems: “Practice,” “Beatitudes, While Setting Out the Trash,” “Portrait of the

       Artist as a Young Child,” “Advice to a Student,” “Joseph.” In Dramatic

       Monologues: A Contemporary Anthology, edited by Samuel Maio.

       Evansville, IN: University of Evansville Press, 2009: 198-204.


Poem: “A Couple, A Domestic Interior.” Don’t Leave Hungry: Fifty Years of

       Southern Poetry Review, edited by James Smith. Fayetteville: University of

       Arkansas Press, 2009: 94.


Poem: “Black Phoebe.” Bright Wings, edited by Billy Collins, with Paintings by

       David Allen Sibley. New York: Columbia University Press, 2009: 127-28.


Poem: “Caesar for a Day.” Grace Notes: Poetry from the Pages of First Things,

       edited by Paul Lake and Losana Boyd. New York: First Things, 2010: 96-98.


Poem: "In Montmartre Cemetery." Able Muse Anthology, edited by Alex Pepple.

       San Jose: Able Muse Press, 2011: 158-59.


Poem: “Sapphics against Anger.” The Broadview Introduction to Literature: Poetry,

       edited by Lisa Chalykoff, Neta Gordon, and Paul Lumsden. Peterborough,

       Ontario: Broadview Press, 2013: 389-90.


Two Poems: “Daybreak, Benedict Canyon,” “April 27, 1937.” Contemporary

       American Poetry, 2nd ed., edited by Cary Nelson. Oxford: Oxford University

       Press, 2014.


Poem” “Herb Garden.” Poem-a-Day: 365 Poems for Every Occasion, edited by

       Tamar Brazis. New York: Academy of American Poets, 2015: 173.


Poem: “Sapphics Against Anger.” Measure for Measure: An Anthology of Poetic

       Metres, edited by Annie Finch and Alexander Oliver. New York: Knopf,

       2015: 222-23.


Two Poems: “Haydn in Los Angeles,” “Toward the Winter Solstice.” Los Angeles

       Poets, edited by Suzanne Lummis and Henry Morro. Venice, CA: Beyond

       Baroque Books, 2015: 156-58.


Poem. “The Concert.” Visiting Bob: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Bob

       Dylan, edited by Thom Tammaro and Alan Davis. Moorhead, MN: New

       Rivers Press, 2018: 307-308.


Poem: “Last Tango.” Reel Verse: Poems about the Movies, edited by Harold

       Schechter and Michael Waters. New York: Knopf, 2019: 143-44.

Broadsides

Poem: “In Passing.” Published by Bernard Stone and Raymond Danowski. The

       Turret Bookshop, London, July 1992.


Poem: “For Victoria, Traveling in Europe.” With an illustration by Abraham

       Brewster. The Oliphant Press, New York, for the Friends of the Amherst

       College Library, 1996.


Poem: “Birds in Spring.” Program for The Fletcher Lecture Series of Nicholls State

       University. Thursday, March 22, 2001. Talbot Theater, Nicholls State

       University, Thibodaux, Louisiana.

Interviews

“Poetry’s Purist.” Interview and article by Larry Gordon, Los Angeles Times,

       Section B, Monday, June 10, 1991: 1, 6.


“To Rhyme or Not to Rhyme.” Interview and article by Debra J. Hotaling, Los

       Angeles Times, Section E, Thursday, January 19, 1995: 1, 7.


“Timothy Steele.” Interview with Kevin Walzer for The Edge City Review

       (September 1996): 3-7


“Meter Man.” Interview and article by Cynthia Haven for Stanford Magazine

       (November/December 1999): 81-82.


“An Interview with Timothy Steele.” Interview with Kevin Durkin for Able Muse,

       April 2000.


“Timothy Steele.” Interview with Cynthia Haven for The Courtland Review, June

       2000.


“An Interview with Timothy Steele.” Interview with William Baer for The Formalist

       14 (Winter/Spring 2003): 20-40.


“The Role of the Poet-Critic: Timothy Steele as Interviewed by Garrick Davis,”

       Contemporary Poetry Review, 2005.


“Timothy Steele Interviewed by Cynthia Haven,” in Three Poets in Conversation:

       Dick Davis, Rachel Hadas, Timothy Steele. London: Between the Lines,

       2006: 91-141.


“Timothy Steele Interviewed by David Kosub,” in Speaking of Poems, December

       18, 2009.

       (http://speakingofpoems.blogspot.com/search?q=Timothy+Steele)


“Timothy Steele Interview,” in The Nervous Breakdown, July 31, 2010.


“Timothy Steele Interview,” in Statement (2011): 67-74.


“A Brief Interview with Timothy Steele,” in James Matthew Wilson, Timothy Steele:

       A Critical Introduction. West Chester, PA: Story Line Press, 2012: 85-93.


“Conversation between Timothy Steele and Alan Fox, in Studio City, California,

       March 3rd, 2012,” in Rattle 18 (Winter 2012): 149-81.