Daina Augaitis and Dan Lander, eds, Radio Rethink: Art, Sound and Transmission (Banff, Canada: Walter Phillips Gallery, 1994).

Vincent Barras and Nicholas Zurbrugg, eds., POÉSIES SONORES (Genève: Contrechamps Editions, 1992). A collection in French of twenty-three articles and interviews of sound poets.

Selected Works of Konrad Bayer, edited, translated, and introduced by Malcom Green (London: Atlas Press, 1986).

Ursula Block and Michael Glasmeier, ed., BROKEN MUSIC Artists Recordworks (Berlin: DAAD & gelbe Musik Berlin, 1989).

William S. Burroughs, The Job (New York: Grove Press, 1974).

Roger Chamberland and Richard Martel, ed., ORALITÉS-POLYPHONIX 16 "La pensée se fait dans la bouche" (Québec: Les Éditions Intervention, 1992). Exhibit catalog for POLYPHONIX 16, a long running, Paris-based, international experimental poetry festival. Contains texts and works by Valeri Scherstjanoi, David Moss, Paul Dutton, Steve McCaffery, Tibor Papp, Bernard Heidsieck, John Giorno, Endre Szkárosi, Vincent Barras, Pierre-André Arcand, Larry Wendt, Nicholas Zurbrugg, and others.

Henri Chopin, Poesie Sonore Internationale (Paris: Jean-Michel Place, 1979). An extensive history of sound poetry in French.

Henri Chopin and Paul Zumthor, Les Riches Heures de l'Alphabet (Paris: Edition Traversière, 1992).

Bob Cobbing and Peter Mayer, Concerning Concrete Poetry (London: Writers Forum, 1978).

Jean-Paul Curtay, La Poesie Lettriste (Paris: Éditions Seghers, 1974). A detailed study in French of Lettrism, and includes a large collection of poems.

Jas H. Duke, Poems of War and Peace (Melbourne: Collective Effort Press, n.d.).

Paul Dutton, 'bpNichol and the Past-Present of a Future Music' in MUSICWORKS 44 (Toronto: Music Gallery, Autumn 1989).

Paul Dutton, 'Beyond Doo-Wop or How I Came to Realize That Hank Williams Is Avant-garde,' MUSICWORKS 54, Autumn (1992) pp 8--19.

Paul Dutton, The Book of Numbers (Erin, Ontario: Porcupine's Quill, 1979).

Paul Dutton, Right Hemisphere, Left Ear (Toronto: Coach House Press, 1979).

Paul Dutton (with Sandra Braman), spokesheards (Edmonton: Longspoon Press, 1983).

Paul Dutton, Additives (Toronto: Imprimerie Dromedaire, 1988).

Paul Dutton, Visionary Portraits, (Stratford: The Mercury Press, 1991).

Stephen C. Foster, guest ed.,'Lettrisme: Into the Present,' Visible Language Vol. XVII # 3 (Cleveland: Visible Language, 1983).

Stephen C. Foster and Rudolf E. Kuenzli, eds., Dada Spectrum: The Dialectics of Revolt (Iowa: The University of Iowa & Coda Press, Inc., 1979).

Peter Frank, Something Else Press (New York: McPherson & Company, 1983). An annotated biblography of publications by Dick Higgins, a significant publisher of experimental literature in the 1960's.

Michael Gibbs, Kontextsound (Amsterdam: Kontexts Publications, 1977). Published on the occassion of the tekst in geluid ('text in sound') festival at the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam on April/May 1977.

Abraham Lincoln Gillespie, The Syntactic Revolution (New York: Out of London Press, 1980). A little-known American experimental poet and next door neighbor to Gertrude Stein in Paris.

John Giorno, You Got to Burn to Shine: New & Selected Writings, with introduction by William S. Burroughs (New York/London: High Risk Books, 1994).

Mel Gordon, ed., Dada Performance (New York: PAJ Publications, 1987).

Brion Gysin, Here to Go: Planet R-101, interview by Terry Wilson (San Francisco: Re/Search Publications, 1982).

Malcom Green, ed. and trans., BLAGO BUNG BLAGO BUNG bosso fataka! The First Texts of German Dada by Hugo Ball Richard Huelsenbeck Walter Serner (London: Atlas Press, 1995).

Bernard Heidsieck, Derviche/Le Robert (Paris: Les Editeurs Evidant, 1988).

Dick Higgins, Pattern Poetry (Albany: State of New York Press, 1987).

Steven R. Holtzman, Digital Mantras: The Languages of Abstract and Virtual Worlds (Cambridge, MA & London, England: The MIT Press, 1994).

Teddy Hultberg, ed. Literally Speaking: Sound Poetry & Text-Sound Composition (Göteborg, Sweden: Bo Ejeby Editions, 1993).

Françoise Janicot, Poesie en Action (Paris: Co-édition Loques/Nèpe, 1984). A collection of photographs (and texts) of experimental poets in performance.

Robin James, ed., Cassette Mythos (Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia, 1992).

John Jenkins, 22 Contemporary Australian Composers (Melbourne: NMA Publications, 1988).

Douglas Kahn and Gregory Whitehead, eds.,WIRELESS IMAGINATION: Sound, Radio, and the Avant-Garde (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1992).

Michael and Victoria Kirby, Futurist Performance (New York: E. P. Dutton and Company, Inc. 1971).

Richard Kostelanetz, ed., Text-Sound Texts (New York: William Morrow, Inc., 1980).

Dan Lander and Micah Lexier, eds., Sound by Artists (Toronto: Art Metropole, 1990).

Jackson MacLow, Asymmetries 1-260 (New York: Printed Editions, 1980).

Greil Marcus, Lipstick Traces: A Secret History of the 20th Century (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1989).

Vladimir Markov, Russian Futurism: A History (Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1968).

Steve McCaffery and bp Nichol, Sound Poetry: A Catalogue (Toronto: Underwhich Editions, 1978). The catalogue for 11th International Festival of Sound Poetry.

David Moss, 'Mutated Music' in High Performance #49, Volume 13 (Los Angeles: Spring 1990).

David Moss, 'The Last Laugh' in New Music Across America Book (Los Angeles: Cal. Arts/High Perf. Books, 1992).

Bert Noglik, 'Sound Shocks for Intellectuals, Dance Music for Computer Kids' in Die Lachenden Aussensiter (Zürich: Rotpunkt Verlag, 1992). Article on the work of David Moss.

Gill Ott, ed, 'Jackson MacLow,' special issue of Paper Air, Vol. Two, Number Three (Blue Bell, PA: Singing Horse Press, 1980).

Tibor Papp, vedégszövegek 2, 3 (Hungary: Tibor Papp, 1984). Collected visual poems.

Tibor Papp, Múzsával Vagy Múzsa Nélkül? (Irodalom Számítógépen) (Budapest: Balassi Kiadó, 1992). Muse or without muse? (with literary computers).

Tom Phillips, A Humument: A Treated Victorian Novel (London: Thames and Hudson, first revised edition, 1987).

p. O., ed., Off The Record (Ringwood, Australia: Penguin Books, 1985). A collection of texts and poem-scores plus a small disk of recordings by Australian sound poets, including Chris Mann, Jas H. Duke, Ania Walwicz, and others.

Majorie Perloff, Radical Artifice (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991).

Majorie Perloff, The Futurist Moment: Avant-Garde, Avant Guerre, and the Language of Rupture (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1986).

Jerome Rothenberg, ed., Revolution of The Word: A New Gathering of American Avant Garde Poetry 1914-1945 (New York: The Seabury Press, 1974).

Jerome Rothernbeg, ed. Technicians of the Sacred (New York: Doubleday Anchor, 1972).

Luigi Russolo, The Art Of Noises, translated and with an introduction by Barclay Brown (New York: Pendragon Press, 1986).

Valeri Scherstjanoi, das russische abc - scribentisch (Obermichelbach: Gertraud Scholz Verlag, 1990).

Valeri Scherstjanoi, ars scribendi (Berlin: Karl-Heinz Graf, 1993).

Valeri Scherstjanoi, laute hörem | bilder zeichnen (Obermichelbach: Gertraud Scholz Verlag, 1991).

James Schevill, Where to Go, What to Do, When You Are Bern Porter: A Personal Biography (Gardiner, Maine:Tilbury House, 1992). An extensive biography of the polymath experimental poet and ex-Manhattan Project scientist.

Carter Scholz, ed., Frog Peak Anthology (Hanover, NH: Frog Peak Music, 1992). Texts, scores, and poems by 22 composers.

Kurt Schwitters, pppppp: POEMS PERFORMANCES PIECES PROSES PLAYS POETICS, edited and translated by Jerome Rothenberg & Pierre Joris (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993)

Neil Strauss, ed. and Dave Mandl, associated ed., "Radiotext(e)," in Semiotext(e) #16, Vol. VI, Issue 1 (New York: Semiotext(e), 1993).

Melody Sumner, Kathleen Burch, & Michael Sumner, eds., The Guests Go In To Supper (Oakland: Burning Books, 1986). Texts and interviews of John Cage, Robert Ashley, Laurie Anderson, Charles Amirkhanian, Michael Peppe, Yoko Ono and K. Atchley.

Endre Szkárosi and György Galántiai, Szellózó Múvek (Budapest: Magvetó Könyvkiadó, 1990). Hungarian sound and visual poetry texts.

Stephen Vincent and Ellen Zweig, eds., The Poetry Reading (San Franciso: Momo's Press, 1981).

The Four Horsemen, Horse d'Oeuvres (Toronto: General Publishing, 1975). Paul Dutton, Steve McCaffery, bpNichol, and Rafael Barreto-Rivera.

The Four Horsemen, The Prose Tattoo (Milwaukee: Membrane Press, 1983).

Trevor Wishart, On Sonic Art (York, England: Imagineering Press, 1985).

Trevor Wishart, 'Words as Music Composing the Vox Cycle' in MUSICWORKS 50 (Toronto: Music Gallery, Summer 1991).

Trevor Wishart, 'The Composition of Vox-5' in Computer Music Journal Vol. 12, No. 4 (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1988).

Trevor Wishart, Audible Design (York, England: Orpheus the Pantomime, Ltd., 1995).

Larry Wendt, 'Sound Poetry: I. History of Electro-Acoustic Approaches. II. Connections to Advanced Electronic Technologies,' Leonardo 18 No. 1 (Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1985), pp. 11-23.

Larry Wendt, "Vocal Neighborhoods: A Collection from the Post-Sound Poetry Landscape," Leonardo Music Journal Volume 3 (Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 1993), pp. 63-79. A CD compilation and an article. Includes pieces by Brenda Hutchinson, Paul Dutton, Valeri Scherstjanoi, Amanda Stewart, Trevor Wishart, Henri Chopin, and David Moss.

Nicholas Zurbrugg, "Marinetti, Boccioni and Electroacousic Poetry: Futurism and after," Comparative Criticism: A Yearbook, Vol. 4 (Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press, 1982).

Nicholas Zurbrugg, ed. Stereo Headphones Video Edition (Queensland: Zurbrugg, 1991). Video compilation of interviews and performances by Australian sound poets including Jas H. Duke, Chris Mann, Ania Walwicz and Amanda Stewart.

Nicholas Zurbrugg, curator & ed., Henri Chopin (Queensland: Queensland College of Art, 1992). Exhibit catalog for Chopin retrospective held in Australia.

Nicholas Zurbrugg, The Parameters of Postmodernism (Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press, 1993).

Nicholas Zurbrugg, ed. "Electronic Arts in Australia," Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media & Culture, Vol. 8, No.1 (Murdoch, WA, Australia: Centre for Research in Culture and Communication, 1994). Forty-three essays on Australian media arts.

Nicholas Zurbrugg, guest ed. "The Multimedia Text," Art & Design No. 45 (London: Academy Group, Ltd, 1995). Interviews of and articles by Kathy Acker, Warren Burt, John Cage, Henri Chopin, Bob Cobbing, John Conomos, Francesco Conz, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Ken Friedman, Gary Genosko, John Giorno, Jim Krank, Stuart Lynch, Robert Scanlan, Larry Wendt, Adam Wolter, and Nicholas Zurbrugg.

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