Major Critical Discussion

Terry Eagleton, ‘Recent Poetry’ [review of, int. al., J.H. Prynne, Kitchen Poems]. Stand, Vol. 10 No. 1 (1968): 66–74 [72–73].

Neil Powell, review of J.H. Prynne, The White StonesTracks, 8 (1970): [unknown page numbers].

Donald Davie, Thomas Hardy and British Poetry (New York: Oxford University Press, 1972; London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1973): viii [p. 2 in 1973 ed.], 105, 113–16, 118–21, 128–29, 146, 178–80 [Discusses and quotes from J.H. Prynne, ‘A Note on Metal’ and poems from The Whites Stones and Brass].

John Seed, ‘J.H. Prynne’. Prospice, 2 (1974): 57–66.

Peter Ackroyd, Notes for a New Culture; An Essay on Modernism (London: Vision Press, 1976).

Bernard Dubourg, ‘Digest sur J.H. Prynne’ [in French]. Prospice, 7 (1977): 19–22.

Jim Philip, ‘An Introduction to the Poetry of J.H. Prynne’. Prospice, 7 (1977): 23–29.

Nigel Wheale, ‘High Ethnography’. Poetry Review, Vol. 68 No. 3 (1978): 46–51.

Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Poetic Artifice; A Theory of Twentieth-Century Poetry (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1978).

David Trotter, ‘A Reading of Prynne’s Brass’. PN Review, Vol. 5 No. 2 [6] (January–March 1979): 49–53.

Douglas Oliver, ‘J.H. Prynne’s “Of Movement Towards a Natural Place”’. Grosseteste Review, 12 (1979): 93–102.

Nigel Wheale, ‘Expense: J.H. Prynne’s “The White Stones”’. Grosseteste Review, 12 (1979): 103–18.

Anthony Barnett, ‘Everything You Hear’ [on J.H. Prynne, Down where changed]. Grosseteste Review, 12 (1979): 119–20.

Michael Haslam, ‘A Surface of the Shapes That Drift Makes’. Grosseteste Review, 12 (1979): 121–49.

Adrian Clarke, ‘The Poetry of J. H. Prynne’. Angel Exhaust, 3 (1980; eds. Adrian Clarke and Steven Pereira): 4–6.

John Freeman, ‘Being and Becoming’ [review of, int. al., J.H. Prynne, Down where changed]. Vanessa and One (Vanessa, 7, and One, 5), 1981: 23–30.

Alan Halsey, ‘Thanks to the Lurid Airways: A Reading of J.H. Prynne’s Down where changed’. Vanessa and One (Vanessa, 7, and One, 5), 1981: 31–34.

David Trotter, ‘Modes of Cohesion in Contemporary English Poetry’. Language and Style, 13 (1980): 109–19.

Elizabeth Cook, ‘Prynne’s Principia’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1982]]. London Review of Books, Vol. 4 No. 17 (16 September – 6 October 1982): 15–16.

Bernd Dietz, ‘La poesía di J.H. Prynne: una aproximación a Down where changed’ [in Spanish]. Revista de Filología de la Universidad de La Laguna, 1 (1982): 123–37.

Ted Pearson, ‘The Force of Even Intervals; Toward a Reading of “Vernal Aspects”’. Poetics Journal, 2 (September 1982): 61–63.

Dennis Keene, ‘In Extenso’ [review of, int. al., J.H. Prynne, Poems [1982]]. PN Review, Vol. 9 No. 4 [30] (March–April 1983): 63–67.

Alan Halsey, ‘Prynne Collected’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1982]]. PN Review, Vol. 9 No. 5 [31] (May–June 1983): 76–79.

David Trotter, The Making of the Reader; Language and Subjectivity in Modern American, English and Irish Poetry (London and Basingstoke: Macmillan Press, 1984): 166, 177, 196–97, 218–30, 240, 242.

David Lloyd, ‘“Down where changed”: Sketch for an Approach to the Trajectory of J.H. Prynne’s Poems’. Jimmy & Lucy’s House of “K”, 2 (August 1984): 60–65.

Jed Rasula, review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1982]. Sulfur, 10 (1984): 165–68.

Rod Mengham, ‘A Lifelong Transfusion: The Oval Window of J.H. Prynne’. Grosseteste Review, 15 (1983–84): 205–09.

N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, ‘Skips and Loops: Thoughts on J.H. Prynne’s The Oval Window’. The Many Review, 3 (Spring 1985): 21–27.

Jacques Darras, ‘Figures d’un Déplacement Poétique: Les Iles Britanniques, 1970–1984’ [in French]. Études Anglaises, Vol. 38 No. 2 (April–June 1985): 219–29.

Allen Fisher, ‘Necessary Business’. Spanner, 25 (1985): 159–248.

Michael Grant, ‘J.H. Prynne’, in Poets of Great Britain and Ireland since 1960, ed. V.B. Sherry, Jr. (Dictionary of Literary Biography, 40; Detroit: Gale Research, 1985): 448–53.

Christopher Beckett, ‘Another Text: Reading Spanner 25’. First Offense, 1 (1986): 28–46.

Nigel Wheale, ‘J.H. Prynne’, in Contemporary Poets, eds. James Vinson and D.L. Kirkpatrick (4th ed., London: Macmillan / New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1985): 679–80.

Neil Reeve and Richard Kerridge, ‘On J.H. Prynne’s “Royal Fern”’. The Many Review, 4 (Summer 1986): 12–28. This is reprinted, with an additional brief appendix on the term ‘scrip’, as N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, ‘A Note on J.H. Prynne’s “Royal Fern”’. English, Vol. 35 No. 152 (Summer 1986): 139–57.

Andrew Ross, ‘The Oxygen of Publicity’. Poetics Journal, 6 (1986): 62–71.

D.S. Marriott, ‘The Numbers of J.H. Prynne’. The Many Review, 5 (Summer 1987): 10–15.

Jeremy Points, Marx’s Concept of Determination: Literature and Cognition (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Sussex, 1988).

Richard Kerridge and N.H. Reeve, ‘Problems of Scale in the Poetry of J.H. Prynne’. The Swansea Review, 4 (January 1988): 51–69.

Rod Mengham, ‘Poetic Knowledge’. The Swansea Review, 4 (January 1988): 89–97.

Allen Fisher, ‘Towards Civic Production’ [review of A Various Art, eds. Andrew Crozier and Tim Longville]. Reality Studios, Vol. 10 No. 1–4 (1988): 66–85.

D.S. Marriott, review of J.H. Prynne, Bands Around the Throat. Archeus, 1 (1989): [n.p.] [pp. 2].

Bryan Appleyard, The Pleasures of Peace; Art and Imagination in Postwar Britain (London: Faber and Faber, 1989).

Franco Buffoni, ‘J.H. Prynne: Filtra sotto l’unghia’ [in Italian]. Almanacco dello Specchio, 13 (1989): 267–93 [Buffoni’s introduction, 269–71, followed by Buffoni’s Italian translation (bilingual edition) of selected poems by J.H. Prynne, 272–93].

Stephen Hardy, ‘The Poetry of J.H. Prynne; A Suitable Case for Further Critical Treatment?’. Germanica Olomucensia, Acta Universitatis Palackianae, 7 (1989): 95–102.

James Keery, ‘Nature, Flowers and the Night Sky: A Review of A Various Art’ [review of A Various Art, eds. Andrew Crozier and Tim Longville]. Bete Noire, 8/9 (1989/90): 44–52.

Anthony Mellors, review of J.H. Prynne, Word Order. fragmente, 1 (Spring 1990): 27–31.

Peter Middleton, ‘The Wages of Syntax: J.H. Prynne’s Word Order’. fragmente, 1 (Spring 1990): 31–33.

Simon Jarvis, ‘Quality and the Non-identical in J.H. Prynne’s “Aristeas, in Seven Years”’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 1 (1991; ed. Drew Milne): 69–86. Reprinted in Jacket, 20 (December 2002), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/20/pt-jarvis.html [approx. pp. 16].

James Keery, ‘Strictly English: A Romantic Reading of “On the Matter of Thermal Packing” by JH Prynne’. fragmente, 3 (1991): 42–50.

Peter Middleton, ‘On Ice: Julia Kristeva, Susan Howe and avant garde poetics’, in Contemporary Poetry Meets Modern Theory, eds. Antony Easthope and John O. Thompson (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991): 81–95.

Geoffrey Ward, ‘Nothing but Mortality: Prynne and Celan’, in Contemporary Poetry Meets Modern Theory, eds. Antony Easthope and John O. Thompson (Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1991): 139–52.

Anthony Mellors, ‘Literal Myth in Prynne and Olson’. fragmente, 4 (Autumn/Winter 1991): 36–47.

Andrés Rodríguez, ‘Enlarging History: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne’. Sagetrieb, 10 (1991): 83–107.

Adrian Harding, Survey of English Literature, 4: The Twentieth Century (Paris: Dunod, 1992): 148–50.

Ian Patterson, ‘“the medium itself, rabbit by proxy”: some thoughts about reading J.H. Prynne’, in Poets on Writing; Britain, 1970–1991, ed. Denise Riley (Basingstoke and London: Macmillan, 1992): 234–46.

Brian McHale, ‘Making (Non)Sense of Postmodernist Poetry’, in Language, Text and Context; Essays in Stylistics, ed. Michael Toolan (London: Routledge, 1992): 6–36.

Rod Mengham, review of J.H. Prynne, Word Order. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 2 (Summer 1992; ed. Drew Milne): 38–41.

N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, ‘Deaf to Meaning: On J.H. Prynne’s The Oval Window’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 3 (Spring 1993; ed. Drew Milne): 67–91.

Neil Corcoran, ‘Varieties of Neo-Modernism: Christopher Middleton, Roy Fisher, J.H. Prynne’, in his English Poetry since 1940 (London and New York: Longman, 1993): 164–79.

Drew Milne, ‘Nor Me Neither: Not-You by J.H. Prynne’. Angel Exhaust, 9 (Summer 1993; eds. Scott Thurston and Andrew Duncan): 102–03.

N.R. Burrell, The Language of Silence is no Paradox: Enervation & Renewal in the Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, American University of London, 1993).

D.S. Marriott, An Introduction to the Poetry of J.H. Prynne (1962–1977) (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Sussex, 1993).

Anthony Mellors, Poetic Space and the Late Modernist Text: The Theory and Context of J.H. Prynne’s Writings from 1960–1974 (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oxford, 1993).

Peter Middleton, ‘Who am I to speak? The Politics of Subjectivity in Recent British Poetry’, in New British Poetries; The Scope of the Possible, eds. Robert Hampson and Peter Barry (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1993): 112–18.

Simon Jarvis, ‘Soteriology and Reciprocity’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 5 (Winter 1993–1994; ed. Drew Milne): 30–39.

N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, ‘Life at the Rim of Itself; J.H. Prynne’s Poetry’. Durham University Journal, Vol. 86 No. 2 [New Series Vol. 55 No. 2] (July 1994): 299–306.

N.H. Reeve, ‘In One Ear and Out the Other: a Further Note on The Oval Window’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 6 (1994; ed. Drew Milne): 76–79.

Rachel Campbell-Johnston, The Difficult Matter; A Reading of the Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Edinburgh, 1994).

Douglas Oliver, ‘Poetry’s Subject’. PN Review, Vol. 22 No. 1 [105] (September–October 1995): 52–58.

Antony Easthope, ‘Prynne’s Imaginary: “Song in Sight of the World”’. fragmente, 6 (1995): 100–04.

Anthony Mellors, ‘Mysteries of the Organism: Conceptual Models and J H Prynne’s Wound Response’, in A Salt Reader, ed. John Kinsella (Applecross, Western Australia: Folio, [1995]): 238–55.

Donald Wesling and Tadeusz Slawek, Literary Voice: The Calling of Jonah (Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1995): Chapter 6 (177–208), and pp. 228–31.

Simon Perril, Contemporary British Poetry and Modernist Innovation (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Cambridge, 1996); published, with the same title, (London: Salt Publishing, 2011): Chapter 5, ‘Response and Responsibility in J.H. Prynne’s Word Order’.

N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, Nearly Too Much: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Liverpool English Texts and Studies, 26; Liverpool University Press, 1996).

Edward Larissy, ‘Poets of A Various Art: J.H. Prynne, Veronica Forrest-Thomson, Andrew Crozier’, in Contemporary British Poetry: Essays in Theory and Criticism, eds. James Acheson and Romana Huk (Albany, New York: State University of New York Press, 1996): 63–79.

Drew Milne, ‘Whose Line is it Anyway?’. Tate: The Art Magazine, 8 (Spring 1996): 48–53.

Out To Lunch [Ben Watson], ‘Getting the session into SFX with candy-striped techno grunge: Not-You, by J.H. Prynne’. Angel Exhaust, 13 (Spring 1996; ed. Andrew Duncan): 134–35. Online at http://www.pinko.org/71.html [approx. pp. 7]. Also published as Knot-You!: J.H. Prynne’s Not-You examined by Out To Lunch (Cambridge: involution, 1996); which in turn is incorporated into Ben Watson [Out To Lunch], Art, Class and Cleavage: Quantulumcunque Concerning Materialist Esthetix (London: Quartet, 1998): 373–402.

Andrew Duncan, untitled discussion of J.H. Prynne’s rune poem, in response to Out To Lunch, ‘Getting the session into SFX with candy-striped techno grunge: Not-You, by J.H. Prynne’ [Angel Exhaust, 13 (Spring 1996; ed. Andrew Duncan): 134–35]. Angel Exhaust website, c. 1998, previously online at http://www.angel-exhaust.off.world.org. Duncan’s text [approx. pp. 2] was published below Out To Lunch’s review on the previously online Angel Exhaust site, though Duncan’s text was not present in the original print edition of Angel Exhaust, 13 (Spring 1996; ed. Andrew Duncan); nor is it published on the current Angel Exhaust blog [www.angelexhaust.blogspot.com]; nor on the current Angel Exhaust online archive, http://www.pinko.org/39.html [though Out To Lunch’s review is published on the latter site, at http://www.pinko.org/71.html].

D.S. Marriott, ‘Contemporary British Poetry and Resistance: Reading J.H. Prynne’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 8/9 (1996; ed. Drew Milne): 159–74.

Anthony Mellors, ‘The Spirit of Poetry: Heidegger, Trakl, Derrida and Prynne’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 8/9 (1996; ed. Drew Milne): 175–89.

John Wilkinson, ‘Counterfactual Prynne: An Approach to Not-You’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 8/9 (1996; ed. Drew Milne): 190–202. Reprinted in his The Lyric Touch; Essays on the Poetry of Excess (Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2007).

Alan Marshall, ‘The Two Poetries and the Concept of Risk’. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 8/9 (1996; ed. Drew Milne): 203–13.

Birgitta Johansson, The Engineering of Being: An Ontological Approach to J.H. Prynne (Ph.D. Dissertation, Umeå: Umeå University; Acta Universitatis Umensis, Umeå Studies in the Humanities, 135; 1997).

Jeremy Harding, ‘Elective Outsiders’ [review of Conductors of Chaos, ed. Iain Sinclair (London: Picador, 1996) and N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, Nearly Too Much: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1996)]. London Review of Books (3 July 1997): 12–14.

James Keery, ‘The Great Tradition’ [review of, int. al., N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, Nearly Too Much: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1996)]. PN Review, Vol. 23 No. 6 [116] (July–August 1997): 62–66.

D.S. Marriott, ‘The Rites of Difficulty’. fragmente, 7 (1997): 118–37.

Peter Middleton, ‘Not Nearly Too Much Prynne’ [review of N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, Nearly Too Much: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1996)]. Cambridge Quarterly, Vol. 26 No. 4 (1997): 344–53.

Vance Maverick, ‘Partial Reading: J.H. Prynne’s “On the Matter of Thermal Packing”’. Lynx: Poetry from Bath, 3 (November 1997; ed. Douglas Clark), online at http://www.dgdclynx.plus.com/lynx/lynx311.html [approx. pp. 7]. A revised version of this essay published as ‘Scholia and Conjectures for Prynne’s “On the Matter of Thermal Packing”’. The Gig, 3 (1999): 47–56.

Masahiko Abe, ‘Eikokushi no “han-shuryu” J.H. Prynne o chushin ni’ [in Japanese]. Eigo Seinen [ = Rising Generation], 143 (1997): 315–19.

Ben Watson [Out To Lunch], Art, Class and Cleavage: Quantulumcunque Concerning Materialist Esthetix (London: Quartet, 1998). [Frequent mention and discussion of Prynne, including analyses of Not-You, ‘Tortrix’, the rune poem and ‘Thoughts on the Esterházy Court Uniform’].

Robin Purves, ‘Apprehension; or, J.H. Prynne, His Critics, and the Rhetoric of Art’. The Gig, 2 (March 1999): 45–60.

Adam Phillips, ‘Being ignored isn’t the worst thing that can happen to a poet’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]). The Observer (21 March 1999): 116. Reprinted as ‘Prynne Collected’ in his Promises, Promises; Essays on Literature and Psychoanalysis (London: Basic Books, 2002): 322–25.

Roger Caldwell, ‘The flight back to where we are’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]]. TLS [Times Literary Supplement], (23 April 1999): 27.

Vance Maverick, ‘Scholia and Conjectures for Prynne’s “On the Matter of Thermal Packing”’. The Gig, 3 (1999): 47–56. An earlier version of this essay published as ‘Partial Reading: J.H. Prynne’s “On the Matter of Thermal Packing”’. Lynx: Poetry from Bath, 3 (November 1997; ed. Douglas Clark), online at http://www.dgdclynx.plus.com/lynx/lynx311.html [approx. pp. 7].

Tim Allen, review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]. Terrible Work, 9 (1999): [unknown page numbers].

John Kinsella, ‘John Kinsella: on the poem “Rich in Vitamin C” by J.H. Prynne’ [a talk broadcast on BBC4 in the United Kingdom in 1998]. Jacket, 6 (1999), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/06/pryn-kins.html [approx. pp. 2]. Also online at http://www.johnkinsella.org/essays/prynne2.html. Reprinted in John Kinsella, Spatial Relations: Essays, Reviews, Commentaries, and Chorography, ed. Gordon Collier (2 vols., Vol. 1; Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2013): 394–95.

Nigel Wheale, ‘The Crossing Flow of Even Life’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]]. Stand, N.S. Vol. 1 No. 4 (December 1999): 75–78.

Andrew Duncan, ‘Curse, Silence, and Negation, or, the Crises of Language: Ekelöf, Prynne, Zanzotto, Late Arendt’. Stand, N.S. Vol. 1 No. 4 (December 1999): 123–35.

Rod Mengham and John Kinsella, ‘An Introduction to the Poetry of J.H. Prynne’. Jacket, 7 (1999), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/07/prynne-jk-rm.html [approx. pp. 4]. Also online at http://www.johnkinsella.org/essays/prynne.html. Reprinted as ‘Wound Responses’ in John Kinsella, Spatial Relations: Essays, Reviews, Commentaries, and Chorography, ed. Gordon Collier (2 vols., Vol. 1; Amsterdam, New York: Rodopi, 2013): 391–93.

Allen Fisher, The Topological Shovel; Four Essays (Willowdale, Ontario: The Gig, 1999).

Anthony Mellors, ‘Modernism and Mysticism: The Figure of the Shaman in J. H. Prynne’s The White Stones’, in Poetry Now; Contemporary British and Irish Poetry in the Making, eds. Holger Klein, Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Wolfgang Görtschacher. (Studies in English and Comparative Literature Vol. 13; Tübingen: Stauffenberg, 1999): 237–52.

Anthony Mellors, ‘Toy of Thought: Prynne and the Dialectics of Reading’ [review of N.H. Reeve and Richard Kerridge, Nearly Too Much: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1996)]. Salt, 11 (1999): 55–68.

Peter Larkin, ‘On John Wilkinson and J.H. Prynne’ [review of John Wilkinson, Sarn Helen (Cambridge: Equipage, 1997) and J.H. Prynne, For the Monogram (Cambridge: Equipage, 1997)]. Salt, 12 (2000): 54–62.

Ben Watson [Out To Lunch], ‘The Poet Prynne’. Modern Painters, Vol. 13 No. 2 (Summer 2000): 26–29.

Devin Johnston, ‘Prynne’s Poems’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]]. Notre Dame Review, 10 (Summer 2000): 159–64.

Keith Tuma, ‘Ed Dorn and England’. The Gig, 6 (2000): 41–54.

Patrick McGuinness, ‘Going Electric’ [review of, int. al., J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999], Pearls That Were and Triodes]. London Review of Books, Vol. 22 No. 17 (7 September 2000): 31–32.

C.D. Blanton, ‘Nominal Devolutions: Poetic Substance and the Critique of Political Economy’. Yale Journal of Criticism, Vol. 13 No. 1 (Spring 2000): 129–51.

Zhimin Li, ‘The Poems of J. H. Prynne’. Tears in the Fence, 25 (Spring 2000): 82–88.

Lee Spinks, ‘Writing, Politics, and the Limit: Reading J.H. Prynne’s “The Ideal Star-Fighter”’. Intertexts, Vol. 4 No. 2 (Fall 2000): 144–66.

Barry MacSweeney, ed. T[illa] B[rading], ‘J.H. Prynne: An Appreciation’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]]. Poetry Quarterly Review, 17 (2000): 18–19 [posthumous publication].

Drew Milne, ‘Speculative Assertions: Reading J.H. Prynne’s Poems’ [1999]. Parataxis: modernism and modern writing, 10 (2001; ed. Drew Milne): 67–86.

Jay Basu, ‘The Red Shift: Trekking J.H. Prynne’s Red D Gypsum’. Cambridge Quarterly, Vol. 30 No. 1 (2001): 19–36.

Keith Jebb, ‘Shadows & Cashpoints’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems (1999)]. Poetry Review, Vol. 89 No. 3 (Autumn 1999): 84–86.

Ian Brinton, ‘The Poems of J.H. Prynne’. The Use of English, Vol. 51 No. 3 (Summer 2000): 241–54.

Zhimin Li, ‘Four Different Ways of looking at J.H. Prynne’s Chinese Poem–A Harmony of English and Chinese Cultures’. Quid, 7a (2001; ed. Keston Sutherland): 14–18. Online at http://www.barquepress.com/media/31/pdf/quid7a.pdf.

Adrian Price, review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]. Psychoanalytic Notebooks, 7 (2001): 165–70.

Brian Kim Stefans, review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [1999]. Shark, 3 (Winter 2001): 146–53.

Peter Middleton, ‘Dirigibles’. Quid, 8ii (2001; ed. Keston Sutherland): 28–49. Reprinted in his Distant Reading; Performance, Readership, and Consumption in Contemporary Poetry (Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 2005): 160–98. Online at http://www.barquepress.com/media/31/pdf/quid8.pdf.

Charles Altieri, ‘An Aspect of Prynne’s Poetics: Autonomy as a Lyric Ideal’. The Gig, 10 (December 2001): 38–51.

Keston Sutherland, ‘The Trade in Bathos’. Jacket, 15 (December 2001), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/15/sutherland-bathos.html [approx. pp. 12].

N.H. Reeve, ‘Twilight Zones: J.H. Prynne’s “The Land of Saint Martin”’. English, 51 (Spring 2002): 27–44. Also published in Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/reeve.html [approx. pp. 20].

David Punter, ‘Interlocating J.H. Prynne’. Cambridge Quarterly, Vol. 31 No. 2 (2002): 121–37.

Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘May Contain Nutrients’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Unanswering Rational Shore]. Poetry Review, Vol. 92 No. 2 (Summer 2002): 81–83.

Robin Purves, ‘Names for Children’. Yearbook of English Studies, 32 (2002): 229–43. Also online at https://www.academia.edu/13076127/Names_for_Children.

James Keery, ‘“Jacob’s Ladder” and the Levels of Artifice: Veronica Forrest-Thomson on J H Prynne’. Jacket, 20 (December 2002), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/20/vft-keery.html [approx. pp. 50].

Josh Robinson, ‘Citation and Referentiality in J.H. Prynne’s Triodes’ (Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation [2nd Year], Cambridge University, 2003): pp. 14.

Kevin Nolan, ‘Capital Calves: Undertaking an Overview’. Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/nolan.html [approx. pp. 60].

Steve Clark, ‘Prynne and the Movement’. Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/clark-s.html [approx. pp. 30].

Andrew Duncan, ‘Response to Steve Clark’s “Prynne and the Movement”’. Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/duncan.html [approx. pp. 14].

James Keery, ‘“Schönheit Apocalyptica”: An Approach to The White Stones by J.H. Prynne’. Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/keery.html [approx. pp. 60].

Simon Jarvis, ‘Clear as mud: J.H. Prynne’s Of Sanguine Fire’. Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/jarvis.html [approx. pp. 9].

Simon Perril, ‘Hanging on Your Every Word: J.H. Prynne’s Bands Around The Throat and a Dialectics of planned impurity’. Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/perril.html [approx. pp. 5]. Reprinted in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 83–103.

Simon Jarvis, ‘The Incommunicable Silhouette’ [on J.H. Prynne, For the Monogram]. Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/jarvis-tis.html [approx. pp. 9].

Andrew Duncan, The Failure of Conservatism in Modern British Poetry (Cambridge: Salt, 2003).

Robin Purves, ‘J.H. Prynne’s Triodes’. The Paper, 7 (November 2003): 47–63. Also online at https://www.academia.edu/13072798/J.H._Prynnes_TRIODES.

Randall Stevenson, The Oxford English Literary History, Vol. 12: 1960–2000: The Last of England? (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004): 230–37, 251–52, 569.

Peter Middleton, ‘Poetry After 1970’, in The Cambridge History of Twentieth Century Literature, eds. Laura Marcus and Peter Nicholls (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004): 768–86.

Robert Potts, ‘Through the Oval Window’. The Guardian (10 April 2004): 36. Online at http://www.theguardian.com/books/2004/apr/10/featuresreviews.guardianreview30.

Rod Mengham, ‘After Avant-Gardism: Her Weasels Wild Returning’, in Assembling Alternatives; Reading Postmodern Poetries Transnationally, ed. Romana Huk (Middletown, Connecticut: Wesleyan University Press, 2003): 384–88.

Keston Sutherland, J.H. Prynne and Philology (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Cambridge University, 2004).

Alan Marshall, ‘“Drift”, “Loss” and “Return” in the Poetry of J.H. Prynne, from Kitchen Poems to The White Stones’. Études Britanniques Contemporaines, 27 (2004): 137–52.

John Muckle, ‘Razor Boys’ [review of, int. al., J.H. Prynne, Biting the Air]. PN Review, Vol. 30 No. 6 [158] (July–August 2004): [unknown page numbers].

William Fuller, ‘Restatement of Trysts’. Chicago Review, 50 (2004–05): 241–58.

Thomas Butler, Writing at the Edge of the Person: Lyric Subjectivity in Cambridge Poetry, 1966–1993 (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, 2005). Online at http://etd.nd.edu/ETD-db/theses/available/etd-06302005-113210/unrestricted/ButlerT082005.pdf.

Claire Berget, Meaning and Form in Experimental British Poetry: J.H. Prynne’s ‘Day  Light  Songs’ and ‘The White Stones’ (Unpublished MA Dissertation, University of Paris VII, 2005).

Josh Robinson, Prosody and Versification in the Poetry of J.H. Prynne, 1961–1971 (Unpublished MPhil Dissertation, University of Cambridge, 2005).

Anthony Mellors, Late Modernist Poetics: from Pound to Prynne (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2005).

Peter Middleton, Performance, Readership, and Consumption in Contemporary Poetry (Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 2005).

Zhimin Li, ‘J.H. Prynne and His Poems “Pearls That Were”’ [in Chinese]. World Literature, No. 6 (2005; P.R. China): 253–58.

Zhimin Li, Xi fang shi xue yin xiang xia de Zhongguo xin shi; qi yuan fa zhan yu ben tu yi shi [ = New Chinese Poetry under the Influence of Western Poetics; The Origins, Development and Sense of Nativeness] (English Poetry Studies Institute Pubs, 1; Guangzhou, 2005): Chapter 10 (165–93) [This is an English-language text. The book also includes a Preface by Prynne].

Che Qian-zi, ‘J.H. Prynne & His Poetic “Air Travel”’. Air Travel (Inflight Leisure Reading), (June 2005): 48–51. [In Chinese, with captions translated into English].

David Punter, The Influence of Post-Modernism on Contemporary Writing; An Interdisciplinary Study (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2005).

Peter Mcdonald, ‘Snatching at Beauty’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2005]]. Poetry Review, Vol. 95 No. 4 (2005/6): 87–89.

John Wilkinson, ‘Tenter Ground’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2005]]. Notre Dame Review, 26 (2006): 196–207. Reprinted in his The Lyric Touch; Essays on the Poetry of Excess (Cambridge: Salt, 2007).

Michael Peverett, ‘On J.H. Prynne, Her Weasels Wild Returning’. Intercapillary Space, (April 2006), online at http://intercapillaryspace.blogspot.com/2006/04/on-jh-prynne-her-weasels-wild.html [approx. pp. 6].

Robert Sheppard, The Poetry of Saying: British Poetry and its Discontents, 1950–2000 (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2006).

James Keery, ‘Controlled Amazement’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2005]]. Cambridge Quarterly, Vol. 35 No. 1 (2006): 76–81.

Keston Sutherland, ‘Ethica Nullius’, in Avant-Post: The Avant-Garde Under “post-” Conditions, ed. Louis Armand (Prague: Literaria Pragensia, 2006): 239–55. Reprinted in Wei Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu [ = Foreign Literature Studies], Vol. 30 No. 3 (June 2008; Wuhan, China): 14–23 [in English].

Nicholas Johnson, ‘Life is a Gay Bargain’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2005]]. The Use of English, 57 (2006): 224–30.

Brian McHale, ‘How Not to Read Closely’. Contemporary Literature, 47 (2006): 472–82.

Tony Lopez, Meaning Performance; Essays on Poetry (Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2006): esp. Chapters 9, 10 and 12.

John Kinsella, Fast, Loose Beginnings: A Memoir of Intoxications (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 2006): Chapter 8, ‘Mr Sharpie’ (120–38), and further references to Prynne and his visit to Australia on pp. 198, 212–13 and 236–37.

[Keston Sutherland, ed.], For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006 (Quid, 17 (2006); Falmer, Brighton): pp. 98 [various essays and poems]. Currently online at http://www.barquepress.com/media/31/pdf/quid_17_jhp_festschrift.pdf.

Tom Raworth, [‘POEMS’], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 5.

Josh Robinson, ‘Living in History’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 6–7.

Peter Middleton, ‘Thoughts on “Charm Against Too Many Apples”’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 8–10.

Hans Thill, ‘Aristeas: Biting the Air’ [in German], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 11–14.

Alizon Brunning and Robin Purves, ‘Smaller Than The Radius Of The Planet’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 15–18. Also online at https://www.academia.edu/13076585/Smaller_Than_The_Radius_of_the_Planet.

Peter Riley, ‘Sun Set 4·56’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 19–23.

Matt ffytche, ‘Es Lebe Der König (for Paul Celan, 1920–1970)’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 24–27.

Kate Fagan, ‘Poem for J. H. Prynne’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 28.

John Wilkinson, ‘Into the Day’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 29–31.

David Marriott, ‘Of Movement Towards a Natural Place’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 32–34.

Jow Lindsay, ‘Excerpt from AN OPEN LETTER TO J. H. PRYNNE’ [on ‘The Plant Time Manifold Transcripts’], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 35–39.

Peter Manson, ‘BIRCH BIRCH BIRCH…’ [on Prynne’s rune poem], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 40–42.

Marianne Morris, ‘Down Where Changed’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 43–44.

Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘What Stuff’ [on Down where changed], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 45–46.

Simon Perril, ‘The Oval Window: “It is life | at the rim of itself”’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 47–49.

Ian Patterson, ‘Fool’s Bracelet’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 50–52.

Peter Minter, ‘Chest Twine Exegete, for J. H. Prynne’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 53–55.

Michael Haslam, ‘Fool’s Bracelet’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 56–59.

John Hall, ‘Punishment Routines’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 60–63.

Keston Sutherland, ‘Comment and Homage’ [on Word Order], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 64–65.

Ruth Abbott, ‘exit pallor’ [on Not-You], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 66–70.

Rod Mengham, ‘A Note on Not’ [on Not-You], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 71–72.

Marjorie Welish, ‘Red D Gypsum’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 73–74.

Ulf Stolterfoht, ‘werde schwert (oder stirb beim versuch). für jeremy prynne’ [in German], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 75.

Will Poole, ‘Seductive Forms: Unanswering Rational Shore’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 76–78.

Andrea Brady, ‘No Turning Back: Acrylic Tips’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 80–83.

Robert Potts, ‘Yes, why is it like this’ [on Biting the Air], in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 84–87.

Out To Lunch [a.k.a. Ben Watson], ‘Biting the Air’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 88–90.

William Fuller, ‘Biting the Air to Work’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 91–92.

Mazen Himyari, ‘As They Tie Whelps to the Bellwether: A Note on “Refuse Collection”’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 93–96.

John Kinsella, ‘Oxidia: Go’, in For J.H. Prynne: In Celebration, 24th June 2006, (Quid, 17 (2006); ed. Keston Sutherland, Falmer, Brighton): 97–98.

Drew Milne, ‘The Art of Wit and the Cambridge Science Park’, in Contemporary Poetry and Contemporary Science, ed. Robert Crawford (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006): 170–87, 220–23.

Ian Brinton, ‘Black Mountain in England (5)’. PN Review, Vol. 33 No. 1 [171] (September–October 2006): 45–48. Reprinted as ‘“his brilliant luminous shade”’ in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 11–22.

Jennifer Cooke, ‘Warring Inscriptions: J.H. Prynne’s To Pollen’. Intercapillary Space, (April 2007), online at http://intercapillaryspace.blogspot.com/2007/04/warring-inscriptions-j-h-prynnes-to.html [approx. pp. 4].

Colin Winborn, ‘“Derangement from deep inside”: J.H. Prynne’s “Refuse Collection”’. PN Review, Vol. 33 No. 5 [175] (May–June 2007): 55–58.

John Wilkinson, The Lyric Touch; Essays on the Poetry of Excess (Cambridge: Salt, 2007).

Jeremy Tambling, RE: Verse; Turning Towards Poetry (Harlow: Pearson Education Limited, 2007).

Matías Serra Bradford, ‘J.H. Prynne: Verses Around the Throat’. Buenos Aires Herald (17 July 2007), Supplement: 1, 3.

Keston Sutherland, ‘XL Prynne’, in Complicities: British Poetry 1945-2007, eds. Sam Ladkin and Robin Purves (Prague: Literaria Pragensia, 2007): 43–73. A revised version of this essay is published in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 104–32.

Alizon Brunning, ‘“The mere and cunning front”: The Sovereignty of Man in J.H. Prynne’s “Crown”’, in Complicities; British Poetry 1945–2007, eds. Sam Ladkin and Robin Purves (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2007): 74–90.

Robin Purves, ‘The Hymen Song: A Note on Iphigenia and J.H. Prynne’s “Letter to John Wilkinson”’, in Complicities; British Poetry 1945–2007, eds. Sam Ladkin and Robin Purves (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2007): 91–96. [Precedes J.H. Prynne, ‘Letter to John Wilkinson’ [8th August 2004]: 97–101]. Also online at https://www.academia.edu/13076783/The_Hymen_Song_A_Note_on_John_Wilkinsons_Iphigenia_and_J.H._Prynnes_Letter_to_John_Wilkinson.

Forrest Gander, review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2005]. Chicago Review, Vol. 53 No. 1 (Spring 2007: British Poetry Issue): 165–71.

Jon[athan Douglas] Clay, Transformative Intensities: the significance of sensation in reading contemporary innovative poetry (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Birkbeck College, University of London, 2007).

Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘Walking the Yellow Brick Road: A Pedestrian Account of J.H. Prynne’s Poems’, in Necessary Steps: poetry, elegy, walking, spirit, ed. David Kennedy (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2007): 89–102.

Richard Kerridge, ‘Climate Change and Contemporary Modernist Poetry’, in Poetry and Public Language, eds. Tony Lopez and Anthony Caleshu (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2007): 131–48.

Alan Marshall, ‘Quiet Americans: Responses to War in Some British and American Poetry of the 1960s’, in The Oxford Handbook of British and Irish War Poetry, ed. Tim Kendall (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007): Chapter 32.

Kent Johnson, [review of J.H. Prynne’s To Pollen, with possibly fictional meeting and correspondence with the author]. Chicago Review, Vol. 53 No. 2/3 (Fall 2007): 218–25. Reprinted with alterations in Kent Johnson, A Question Mark Above the Sun: Documents on the Mystery Surrounding a Famous Poem “by” Frank O’Hara (Scarborough, Maine: Punch Press, 2010): 57–66 [‘The Garden of Pembroke’ chapter]; reprinted, in an expanded second edition (Buffalo, New York: Starcherone Books, 2012): 71–84.

David Caddy, ‘So Here We Are: Poetic Letters From England’, Miporadio podcast series (December 2007 – September 2008): Letter 14; and int. al., 8, 9, 11, 15–16. Available as text and audio recordings online at http://davidcaddy.blogspot.com/search?q=prynne [approx. pp. 35 on Prynne]. A revised version of Letter 14 published in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 23–35. The full series of texts as originally podcast published as David Caddy, So Here We Are (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2012); Letter 14 on pp. 114–23.

Keston Sutherland, ‘Vagueness, poetry’ in Contemporary Poetics, ed. Louis Armand (Evanston, Illinois: Northwestern University Press, 2007): 175–84.

Richard Humphreys, ‘Drawing on Prynne: Ian Friend & The Oval Window’; and Richard Humphreys and Ian Friend, ‘In Conversation’, in Ian Friend, On Paper (Brisbane: Andrew Baker, 2008): 4–7; 10–13. A revised version combining this essay and interview is published as ‘Drawing on Prynne: Tacit Conversations with Ian Friend and his Work’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 36–50.

John Hall, ‘Reading J.H. Prynne’s “Acquisition of Love” and anticipating “Blue Slides at Rest”’. Readings: Response and Reactions to Poetries, 3 [2008], online at http://www.bbk.ac.uk/readings/issues/issue3/article1 [approx. pp. 6]. Reprinted in John Hall, On Performance Writing; with Pedagogical Sketches (2 vols., Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2013), Vol. 2: Writings Towards Writing and Reading; On Poetics, with implicated Readings: 203–09.

Jon Clay, ‘Order and Chaos in Samuel Beckett’s Not I and J.H. Prynne’s Not-You’. Readings: Response and Reactions to Poetries, 3 [2008], online at http://www.bbk.ac.uk/readings/issues/issue3/jonclayonbeckettandprynne [approx. pp. 7].

Erik Ulman, ‘Composing with Prynne’, in Search: Journal for New Music and Culture, 2 (Summer 2008). Reprinted in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 145–62. Further reprinted in The Second Century of New Music: Search Yearbook Volume 1, eds. Franklin Cox, Dániel Péter Biró, Alexander Sigman and Steven Kazuo Takasugi (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2011): 377–96.

Cao Shanke, ‘Yinguo shi yan pai shi ren J.H. Puling’en de shi xue guan’ [ = ‘The Poetics of J. H. Prynne as a British Experimental Poet’] [in Chinese]. Wei Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu [ = Foreign Literature Studies], Vol. 30 No. 3 (June 2008; Wuhan, China): 24–31. Reprinted as the Introduction to Pu Ling-en shi xuan: Han Ying dui zhao [ = Selected Poems by J.H. Prynne], ed. Ou Hong. [Chinese translation (bilingual edition) by English Poetry Studies Institute] Guangzhou: Zhongshan da xue chu ban she, 2010: iv–xix [in Chinese, without English translation].

Chen Shangzhen, ‘Combining Science into Poetry: J. H. Prynne’s Poetic Exploration in Wound Response’ [in Chinese]. Dangdai Waiguo Wenxue [ = Contemporary Foreign Literature], 4 (2008): 1–6.

Rod Mengham and Keston Sutherland, Hua zhong shi fan da xue [ = Prynne’s Poetry Studies] (Wuhan, China: Central China Normal University, 2008).

Rod Mengham, ‘“A Free Hand to Refuse Everything”: Politics and Intricacy in the Work of J. H. Prynne’. Wei Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu [ = Foreign Literature Studies], Vol. 30 No. 3 (June 2008): 5–13 [in English]. Reprinted in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 69–82.

Chris Fenwick, ‘J.H. Prynne: To Pollen / Field Notes: “The Solitary Reaper” and Others’. Oxford Poetry, Vol. 12 No. 3 (2008).

Catherine Martin, ‘No Way Out’. Pores: A Journal of Poetics Research, 5, Part one – Poetry and Public Language (July 2008). Online at http://www.pores.bbk.ac.uk/issues/issue5/poetry-and-public-language/catherinemartin [approx. pp. 3]. [On ‘Refuse Collection’].

Shamsad Mortuza, The Shamanic and Bardic Traditions in Contemporary British Poetry (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Birkbeck College, University of London, 2008). A revised version of this thesis published as Shamsad Mortuza, The Figure of the Shaman in Contemporary British Poetry (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013).

Michael Grant, ‘“Buxtehude in kedgeree”: on J.H. Prynne’s Unanswering Rational Shore’. Posted 22 October 2008, online at http://michaelgrant3.blogspot.com/2008/10/on-jh-prynne.html [approx. pp. 5].

Michael Murray, ‘Difficulty and J.H. Prynne’. Parameter Magazine, [c. 2008–2009], previously online at http://www.parametermagazine.org/prynne.htm [approx. pp. 6]. Reprinted in Michael Murray, Parameters (Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, UK: Knives Forks and Spoons Press, 2010; 2nd edition, Manchester: zimZalla, 2014): [unknown page numbers]. [Includes a discussion of J.H. Prynne, ‘Rich in Vitamin C’, and reprints the poem in full]. 

Charles I. Armstrong, Figures of Memory; Poetry, Space, and the Past (Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009): Chapter 5.

Xiao Xiaojun, ‘Poetry Exists in the Process of Writing: A Study of Jeremy Prynne’s Experimentalist Poetics’ [in Chinese], in Pearl River Meandering with Poetic Thought; Proceedings of the Second Pearl River International Poetry Conference, ed. Ou Hong (Guangzhou: Sun Yat-sen University Press, 2009): 185–93. [Originally a talk delivered at the Second Pearl River International Poetry Conference, Guangzhou, P.R. China, 14th–15th June 2008].

Chen Shangzhen, ‘Reading Spaces of the Text: Comment on J.H. Prynne’s Poem “As Grazing the Earth”’ [in Chinese], in Pearl River Meandering with Poetic Thought; Proceedings of the Second Pearl River International Poetry Conference, ed. Ou Hong (Guangzhou: Sun Yat-sen University Press, 2009): 225–32. [Originally a talk delivered at the Second Pearl River International Poetry Conference, Guangzhou, P.R. China, 14th–15th June 2008].

Huang Fan, ‘Pu Lingen de Shi ge Zi Men’ [ = ‘The Door to J.H. Prynne’s Poetry’] [in Chinese]. Foreign Literature, 3 (May 2009): 31–35.

Chen Shangzhen, ‘At the Edge of Exploration, in the Centre of Disputation: J.H. Prynne’s Poetry and Its Acceptance among the English Poetic Circles’ [in Chinese]. World Literature Recent Development, 3 (2009; P.R. China): [unknown page numbers]. Reprinted as Afterword to Pu Ling-en shi xuan: Han Ying dui zhao [ = Selected Poems by J.H. Prynne], ed. Ou Hong. [Chinese translation (bilingual edition) by English Poetry Studies Institute] Guangzhou: Zhongshan da xue chu ban she, 2010: 288–92 [in Chinese, without English translation].

Ian Brinton, ed., A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): pp. 187 [various essays; Ian Brinton’s ‘Introduction’ is pp. 7–10].

Ian Brinton, ‘“his brilliant luminous shade”’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 11–22. Reprinted from Ian Brinton, ‘Black Mountain in England (5)’. PN Review, Vol. 33 No. 1 [171] (September–October 2006): 45–48.

David Caddy, ‘Notes Towards a Preliminary Reading of J.H. Prynne’s Poems’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 23–35. This essay is a revised version of David Caddy, ‘So Here We Are: Poetic Letters From England’, Miporadio podcast series (December 2007 – September 2008): Letter 14 (29 June 2008), available as text and audio recordings online at http://davidcaddy.blogspot.com/search?q=prynne [approx. pp. 12]. The original podcast version reprinted as David Caddy, So Here We Are (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2012): 114–23.

Richard Humphreys, ‘Drawing on Prynne: Tacit Conversations with Ian Friend and his Work’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 36–50. This text combines and revises Richard Humphreys, ‘Drawing on Prynne: Ian Friend & The Oval Window’ and Richard Humphreys and Ian Friend, ‘In Conversation’, an essay and interview published in Ian Friend, On Paper (Brisbane: Andrew Baker, 2008): 4–7 and 10–13, respectively.

Li Zhimin, ‘J.H. Prynne’s Poetry and its Relations with Chinese Poetics’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 51–68.

Rod Mengham, ‘“A Free Hand to Refuse Everything”: Politics and Intricacy in the Work of J.H. Prynne’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 69–82. Reprinted from Wei Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu [ = Foreign Literature Studies], Vol. 30 No. 3 (June 2008): 5–13.

Simon Perril, ‘Hanging on Your Every Word; J.H. Prynne’s “Bands Around The Throat” and a Dialectics of planned impurity’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 83–103. Reprinted from Jacket, 24 (November 2003), online at http://jacketmagazine.com/24/perril.html [approx. pp. 5].

Keston Sutherland, ‘XL Prynne’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 104–32. This essay is a revised version of Keston Sutherland, ‘XL Prynne’, in Complicities: British Poetry 1945–2007, eds. Sam Ladkin and Robin Purves (Prague: Literaria Pragensia, 2007): 43–73.

John Douglas Templeton, ‘Many voices: singing’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 133–44.

Erik Ulman, ‘Composing with Prynne’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 145–62. Reprinted from Search: Journal for New Music and Culture, 2 (Summer 2008). Subsequently reprinted in The Second Century of New Music: Search Yearbook Volume 1, eds. Franklin Cox, Dániel Péter Biró, Alexander Sigman and Steven Kazuo Takasugi (Lewiston, New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2011): 377–96.

Nigel Wheale, ‘Crosswording. Paths through Red D Gypsum’, in A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009): 163–85.

Drew Milne, ‘Neo-modernism and Avant-Garde Orientations’, in A Concise Companion to Postwar British and Irish Poetry, eds. Nigel Alderman and C.D. Blanton (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009): 155–75.

Peter Middleton, ‘Institutions of Poetry in Postwar Britain’, in A Concise Companion to Postwar British and Irish Poetry, eds. Nigel Alderman and C.D. Blanton (Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009): 243–63.

Richard Kerridge, ‘Prynne, J.H.’, in Facts on File Companion to British Poetry 1900 to the Present, eds. James Persoon and Robert R. Watson (New York: Facts on File, Inc., 2009): 392–94.

Ian Brinton, ‘Prynne in Prospect’. Salt Magazine, 3 (2009), online at http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/93590/20130104-0809/saltmagazine/issues/03/text/Brinton_Ian.htm [approx. pp. 25].

David Grundy, ‘A Commentary on “The Wound, Day and Night”’ (Unpublished Undergraduate Dissertation [3rd Year], Cambridge University, 2009).

Robert Archambeau, ‘Public Faces in Private Places: Messianic Privacy in Cambridge Poetry’. Cambridge Literary Review, Vol. 1 No. 1 (Michaelmas 2009): 199–215 [208]. Reprinted in Intimate Exposure: Essays on the Public–Private Divide in British Poetry Since 1950, eds. Emily Taylor Merriman and Adrian Grafe (Jefferson, North Carolina and London: McFarland, 2010): 31–42.

Ian Davidson, ‘Democratic consensus in J. H. Prynne’s “Refuse Collection”’. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 1 No. 1 (September 2009): 37–54. A revised version published as Ian Davidson, Radical Spaces of Poetry (Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010): Chapter 7, ‘Democratic Consensus in Prynne’s “Refuse Collection”’ (147–64).

Matt[hew] Hall, ‘J.H. Prynne and the Late-Modern Epic’. Cordite Poetry Review, Vol. 31 No. 0 (December 2009: Epic; ed. Ali Alizadeh), online at http://cordite.org.au/essays/matthew-hall-j-h-prynne-and-the-late-modern-epic/ [approx. pp. 15].

Peter Middleton, ‘Strips: Scientific Language in Poetry’. Textual Practice, Vol. 23 No. 6 (December 2009): 947–58.

Seeta Chaganti, ‘Vestigial Signs: Inscription, Performance, and The Dream of the Rood’. PMLA, Vol. 125 No. 1 (January 2010): 48–72.

Josh Robinson, ‘“Through open limits”: The Early Poetry of J. H. Prynne’. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 2 No. 1 (March 2010): 61–76.

Keith Jebb, review of A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton (Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2009). Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 2 No. 1 (March 2010): 97–100.

Ou Hong, ‘The Poet J.H. Prynne and His Poems’. Preface to Pu Ling-en shi xuan: Han Ying dui zhao [ = Selected Poems by J.H. Prynne], ed. Ou Hong. [Chinese translation (bilingual edition) by English Poetry Studies Institute] Guangzhou: Zhongshan da xue chu ban she, 2010: i–iii. [in Chinese, without English translation].

Lacy Rumsey, ‘Describing shape in the poetry of J.H. Prynne: rhythm and intonation in “Again in the Black Cloud”’. Études Britanniques Contemporaines, 39 (2010): 109–27. Online at http://ebc.revues.org/2811.

Richard Owens, ‘“The Practical Limits of Daylight”: Charles Olson and J.H. Prynne’. Worcester Review, 31 (2010): 135–48.

Ryan Dobran, ed., Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne): pp. 334 [various essays, online at http://glossator.org/volumes/; Ryan Dobran’s ‘Introduction’ is pp. 1–10. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-dobran.pdf].

Josh Stanley, ‘Back On Into The Way Home: “Charm Against Too Many Apples”’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 11–37. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-stanley.pdf.

Thomas Roebuck and Matthew Sperling, ‘“The Glacial Question, Unsolved”: A Specimen Commentary on Lines 1–31’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 39–78. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-roebuck-and-sperling.pdf.

Robin Purves, ‘A Commentary on J.H. Prynne’s “Thoughts on the Esterházy Court Uniform”’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 79–88. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-purves.pdf.

Reitha Pattison, ‘J.H. Prynne’s “The Corn Burned by Syrius”’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 89–113. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-pattison.pdf.

Keston Sutherland, ‘Hilarious absolute daybreak’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 115–47. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-sutherland.pdf.

Michael Stone-Richards, ‘The time of the subject in the neurological field (I): A Commentary on J.H. Prynne’s “Again in the Black Cloud”’ and ‘Appendix: The time of the subject in the neurological field (II): A Note on Breton in the Light of Prynne’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 149–244. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-msr.pdf.

Justin Katko, ‘Relativistic Phytosophy: Towards a Commentary on “The Plant Time Manifold Transcripts”’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 245–93. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-katko.pdf.

John Wilkinson, ‘Heigh Ho: A Partial Gloss of Word Order’. Glossator: Practice and Theory of the Commentary, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran): 295–325. Online at https://solutioperfecta.files.wordpress.com/2011/10/g2-wilkinson.pdf.

Alex Latter, ‘“Scheming for the possible world”: J.H. Prynne’s The White Stones and The English Intelligencer’. Intercapillary Space, (April 2010), online at http://intercapillaryspace.blogspot.com/2010/04/scheming-for-possible-world-j.html [approx. pp. 23].

Abigail Lang, [postface to her French translation of the first four strophes of To Pollen]. Ligne 13, 1 (April 2010): 33–36.

Steffen Brown, ‘Prynne in Boise’, in A Thing Terrible to Publick Traytors, ed. Boyd Nielson (Boston, Massachusetts: Property Press, 2010): 21–26.

Jon Clay, Sensation, Contemporary Poetry and Deleuze (London and New York: Continuum, May 2010).

Dominic Lash, Metonymy as a Creative Structural Principle in the Work of J.H. Prynne, Derek Bailey and Helmut Lachenmann, with a Creative Component (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, School of Arts, Brunel University, June 2010). Online at https://www.academia.edu/808999/Metonymy_as_a_creative_structural_principle_in_the_work_of_JH_Prynne_Derek_Bailey_and_Helmut_Lachenmann_with_a_creative_component. [Includes, in particular, a detailed discussion of J.H. Prynne, Unanswering Rational Shore].

Joshua Stanley, Cosmological Song and Universalism: J.H. Prynne and William Wordsworth (Unpublished Masters Dissertation, University of Sussex, 2010).

Ian Davidson, Radical Spaces of Poetry (Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010): Chapter 7, ‘Democratic Consensus in Prynne’s “Refuse Collection”’ (147–64). This chapter is a revised version of Ian Davidson, ‘Democratic consensus in J. H. Prynne’s “Refuse Collection”’. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 1 No. 1 (September 2009): 37–54.

Justin Katko, ‘Regarding a Specimen of Palaeobotanic Epigraphy: J.H. Prynne’s Runic Fertility Prayer’. If A Then B, 1 (August 2010: Notes on Translation; Berlin): 42–59.

Matthew Hall, ‘Wound Response, Tacit Knowledge and Residual Reading: Dissecting Matrices of Information in J.H. Prynne’s Late-Modernist Poetry’. The Poetic Front, 3 (2010): [unknown page numbers]. Online at http://journals.sfu.ca/poeticfront/index.php/pf/article/view/40 [pp. 10].

Matt[hew] Hall, ‘Past the Curve of Recall: A Reading of J.H. Prynne’s Wound Response’. VLAK: Contemporary Poetics and the Arts, 1 (September 2010): 30–44. Online at http://issuu.com/litteraria/docs/vlak1_september_2010/1. Later published in an expanded version in Terrain: Essays on the New Poetics, eds. Olga Pek and David Vichnar (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2014): 94–125.

John Muckle, ‘Light on Horseback’ [review of, int. al., A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton]. PN Review, Vol. 37 No. 1 [195] (September–October 2010): 69–71 [70–71].

Robert Potts, ‘Words of weight’ [review of Cambridge Literary Review, Vol. 1 No. 1 (Michaelmas 2009); Glossator, 2 (2010: On the Poems of J.H. Prynne; ed. Ryan Dobran); A Manner of Utterance: The Poetry of J.H. Prynne, ed. Ian Brinton; and J.H. Prynne, Sub  Songs]. TLS [Times Literary Supplement], (5 November 2010): 26–27. Retitled, in its online version, ‘J. H. Prynne, a poet for our times’. Online, at http://store3.thetimes.co.uk/, but as with all the Times franchise it requires registration which requires payment.

Ryan Pepin, ‘A Reading of the Seventh Poem of The Oval Window’, in Inter/tidal Ink, eds. Carolyn Richard, Krisha Dhaliwal and Michelle MacKenzie (Burnaby, British Columbia: Inter/tidal Ink. Publishers, 2011): 78–82.

Jessica Berman, Modernist Commitments: Ethics, Politics, and Transnational Modernism (New York and London: Columbia University Press, 2011).

David Banks, ‘Coming to terms with the incomprehensible: towards and [sic] analysis of a poem by J.H. Prynne’, in A Handful of Gold; en hommage au Professeur Yvon Tosser, eds. Patrick Galliou and Guy Le Moigne (Brest: Cahiers du CEIMA, 2008): 9–20. Reprinted in French as ‘Comprendre l’Incomprehensible: analyse d’un poème de J.H. Prynne’, in Aspects Linguistiques du Texte Poétique, ed. David Banks (Paris: L’Harmattan, June 2011): 219–29. [On J.H. Prynne, ‘The Stony Heart of Her’].

Simon Jarvis, ‘Why Rhyme Pleases’. Thinking Verse, 1 (2011): 17–43. Online at http://www.thinkingverse.com/issue01/Simon%20Jarvis,%20Why%20rhyme%20pleases.pdf [pp. 23]. [This article was originally posted Summer 2010; the journal was subsequently revised, with additional articles and page ranges assigned, and given a 2011 publication date]. [A version of the section, pp. 21–25, which discusses Prynne’s transcribed talk ‘The Elegiac World in Victorian Poetry’ is also published in Simon Jarvis, ‘The Melodics of Long Poems’. Textual Practice, Vol. 24 No. 4 (2010): 607–21 [610–11]].

Lacy Rumsey, ‘The Obstinate reader: Prynne, prosody and degrees of engagement’. Thinking Verse, 1 (2011): 44–66. Online at http://www.thinkingverse.com/issue01/Lacy%20Rumsey,%20The%20Obstinate%20Reader.pdf.

Simon Jarvis, ‘Irreversibility’. Anglia: Zeitschrift für Englische Philologie, 129 (2011): 41–57. [On T.W. Adorno and J.H. Prynne, principally in relation to ‘Thoughts on the Esterházy Court Uniform’].

Martin Bergqvist, ‘Nästan för Mycket: J.H. Prynne och överflödets poesi’ [in Swedish], [followed by] ‘Dikter’ [selected poems by J.H. Prynne translated into Swedish]. Subaltern, 1–2 (2011; Umeå, Sweden): 72–83 [Bergqvist’s introduction is pp. 72–73].

Ian Brinton, ‘England in the Sixties’. PN Review, Vol. 37 No. 5 [199] (May–June 2011): 40–43, 80.

Joe Luna, ‘Condemn this song: A Short Note on Prynne and Stanley’. Hi Zero, 6 (August 2011): final page insert [dated 05/08/11].

Joshua Kotin, Private Utopias, Transnational Modernism (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago, August 2011): esp. the chapter ‘Reading Ezra Pound and J.H. Prynne in Chinese’.

Peter Robinson, ‘John James and The White Stones p.71: Music, Rhyme, and Home’. Poetry Wales, Vol. 47 No. 2 (Autumn 2011): 37–44.

Reitha Pattison, Cosmology and Capitalism in the Writings of Edward Dorn (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Cambridge, 2011).

John Bloomberg-Rissmann, ‘KAZOO DREAMBOATS or, On What There Is by J.H. Prynne’ [review]. Galatea Resurrects, 17 (19 December 2011). Online at http://galatearesurrection17.blogspot.com/2011/12/kazoo-dreamboats-or-on-what-there-is-by.html [approx. pp. 4].

Gerald L. Bruns, What Are Poets For?: An Anthropology of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics (Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press, 2012): esp. Chapter 7, ‘Adding Garbage to Language: On J. H. Prynne’s “Not-You”’ (106–22).

Ben Watson, Blake in Cambridge; Or, ‘The Opposite of David Willetts’: How Blake’s Vortex Anticipated So Much We Might Call His Books ‘Prophetic’ (London: Unkant Publishers, 2012): 21, 27, 64, 73, and esp. the book’s last chapter, ‘A Mixed Cheer for Kazoo Dreamboats’ (85–132).

John Wilkinson, ‘Faults and Somersaults’. Cambridge Literary Review, Vol. 3 No. 6 (Easter 2012): 125–34. [On Percy Bysshe Shelley, Hart Crane and Prynne].

Xie Ming, ‘Reactualising the Unfigurable: Difficulty and Resistance in Translating J.H. Prynne’. Cambridge Quarterly, Vol. 41 No. 1 (March 2012: Special Issue – Cambridge English and China: A Conversation): 180–96. Online at http://camqtly.oxfordjournals.org/content/41/1/180.full.pdf+html. [This essay is a revised version of a talk given at the colloquium ‘Cambridge English & China: A Conversation’, (5–7th July 2011), included on a two-CD audio mp3 collection, The Cambridge Quarterly – Cambridge English & China: A Colloquium, 5–7th July 2011, MP3 Version (London: Optic Nerve, 2012); Xie Ming’s talk is CD 2, track 11a., titled on the back cover ‘Prynne in China’].

Samuel Bernard Solomon, Reproducing the Line: 1970s Innovative Poetry and Socialist-Feminism in the UK (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern California, 2012).

Lei Yanni and Chen Shangzhen, ‘Ren zhi de tao zhan-Puling’en’ [ = ‘A Cognitive Challenge: The Latest Interpretation of J.H. Prynne’s Poetics’] [in Chinese]. Wei Guo Wen Xue Yan Jiu [ = Foreign Literature Studies], Vol. 34 No. 1 (2012; P.R. China): 168–72.

Li Dandan, ‘The Spirit of Postmodernism in J.H. Prynne’s Poetry’. Journal of Yichun College, No. 5 (2012): [unknown page numbers].

Richard Owens, ‘Incommensurable Magnitudes’ [conference paper delivered 27 May 2012 at the Poetry and Revolution Conference at Birkbeck College, London (25–27 May 2012)]. Online at http://www.bbk.ac.uk/cprc/events/Richard_Owens_-_Poetry_and_Revolution_conference_paper.pdf [pp. 11].

Ian Brinton, ‘Nearly Brassed Off: Andrew Crozier and the Ferry Press’. Tears in the Fence, 55 (Summer 2012): 118–26. Part of this essay is later incorporated into Ian Brinton, ‘“Brass Nearly Off”’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 182–88.

Peter McCarey, ‘Squink: Reading J.H. Prynne’. PN Review, Vol. 38 No. 5 [205] (May–June 2012): 33–38.

Tom Gilliver, Wordsworthian Prynne: Knowledge and Poetic Consciousness in The White Stones and Brass (Unpublished Masters Dissertation, University of Cambridge, 2012).

Ed Luker, Wordsworth, J.H. Prynne, and the poetry of universal lamentation (Unpublished Masters Dissertation, University of Sussex, July 2012).

Nandini Ramesh Sankar, Poetics of Difficulty in Postmodern Poetry (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Cornell University, August 2012).

Justin Katko, ‘Preface’, in Edward Dorn, Two Interviews, eds. Gavin Selerie and Justin Katko (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2012): 7–13. [includes an information-rich account of the writings and readings of Prynne and the Dorns during the summer of 1971 during their cross-country trip from Boston through Chicago to Vancouver, then down through California and back to Chicago. This discussion involves ‘The Peak Interview’; Writing: Georgia Straight Writing Supplement, 8; Into the Day; ‘On Maximus IV, V, VI’; and poetry readings by Dorn and Prynne recorded by Fred Wah [Prynne’s readings, on 30 July 1971 at Intermedia and on 1 August 1971 at the York Street Commune, are online at http://www.archiveofthenow.org/authors/?i=77]. [‘NY251423MSGSTART/ …’], Prynne’s handwritten text in ink on a Northeastern Illinois University memo sheet, c. 20–30 August 1971, is also reproduced on p. 12]. Katko’s ‘Preface’ is online at http://www.shearsman.com/ws-public/uploads/223_edward_dorn_two_interviews.pdf.

Donald Wesling, ‘UK Poetry after Ezra Pound: Iain Sinclair and J.H. Prynne’. Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, Vol. 18 No. 1–2 (2012): 305–15.

Carol Watts, ‘Her Mouth was Sealed: Scenes for a Working Through, after J.H. Prynne’s The Oval Window and towards Acrylic Tips’. Sitegeist, 8 (Autumn 2012): 57–89.

Wit Píetrzak, ‘The Shortest Way to Modernity Is via the Margins: J.H. Prynne’s Later Poetry’. Text Matters, Vol. 2 No. 2 (December 2012): 144–54.

Wit Píetrzak, Levity of Design; Man and Modernity in the Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012).

Sam Solnick, ‘Reverse Transcribing Climate Change’. Oxford Literary Review, Vol. 34 No. 2 (December 2012): 277–93. [‘… takes J.H. Prynne’s and Derrida’s engagements with biology and information theory as a starting point to address climate modelling, emissions management, biofuels, bioengineering and the importance of scientific competence.’].

Sam Solnick, review of Wit Píetrzak, Levity of Design; Man and Modernity in the Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012). TLS [Times Literary Supplement], (14 December 2012): 28–29.

Norbert Lange, ed., ‘Problems of Horror; Sechs britische Wiederstandsnester’, Teil I: J.H. Prynne, Sean Bonney, Denise Riley. Schreibheft; Zeitschrift für Literatur, 79 (2012): 119–62.

Robert Rowland Smith, On Modern Poetry; From Theory to Total Criticism (London: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2012): Chapter 11.

Xavier Kalck, ‘Mimesis de la Douleur chez George Oppen et J.H. Prynne’ [in French]. Sillages Critiques, 14 (2012): 1–38. Online at http://sillagescritiques.revues.org/3385.

Chris Nealon, ‘The Prynne Reflex’. The Claudius App, IV (February 2013?): online at http://theclaudiusapp.com/4-nealon.html [approx. pp. 14].

Ryan Dobran, ‘Commentary on “The Prynne Reflex” by Christopher Nealon’ [April 2013]. Online at https://scotograph.wordpress.com/2013/04/01/commentary-on-the-prynne-reflex-by-christopher-nealon/ [approx. pp. 8, with 3 pp. of comments]. Responds to Chris Nealon, ‘The Prynne Reflex’. The Claudius App, IV (February 2013?): online at http://theclaudiusapp.com/4-nealon.html [approx. pp. 14].

Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘Prynne, J.H.’, in The Oxford Companion to Modern Poetry, 2nd ed., eds. Ian Hamilton and Jeremy Noel-Tod (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013): 492–93.

Derek Attridge, Moving Words: Forms of English Poetry (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013): Chapter 4, ‘Sound and Sense in Lyric Poetry’ (77–100).

Richard Owens, ‘Towards an Image of Man’. Open Letter: A Canadian Journal of Writing and Theory, Ser. 15 No. 2 (Spring 2013: Charles Olson at the Century – A Projective and Archival Reconsideration; ed. Steve McCaffery): 64–83. [discusses the distinctions between Prynne’s and Olson’s notions of totality, cosmology, love and origin during the mid-1960s].

Richard Owens, ‘To Shrink the Confines’: Anglophone Poetry, Political Economy and the Space of History, 1947–2007 (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo, 2013).

Gerald Bruns, ‘Dialectrics; or, Turmoil & Contradiction: A Reading of J. H. Prynne’s Kazoo Dreamboats’. Chicago Review, Vol. 57 No. 3/4 (Winter 2013): 54–70. Also online at https://www.academia.edu/11621707/Dialectrics_Or_Turmoil_and_Contradiction_in_J.H._Prynnes_KAZOO_DREAMBOATS.

Ryan Dobran, The Difficult Style: A Study of the Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Cambridge, 2013).

Marianne Morris, Problems of the ‘Political’ in British Avant-Garde Poetry and Poetics, 2003–2012 (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of the Arts London and Falmouth University, 2013).

Shamsad Mortuza, The Figure of the Shaman in Contemporary British Poetry (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013): esp. Chapter 3, ‘The Technicians of the Sacred: Sinclair, Prynne and Catling’ (91–166). This book is a revised version of Shamsad Mortuza, The Shamanic and Bardic Traditions in Contemporary British Poetry (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, Birkbeck College, University of London, 2008).

Iain Sinclair, American Smoke (London: Hamish Hamilton, 2013): esp. the chapter ‘Frozen Air’ (15–24).

Poetry Foundation, ‘J.H. Prynne’ [biography in ‘Poems & Poets’ section] (c. 2013). Poetry Foundation website, online at http://www.poetryfoundation.org/bio/jh-prynne [approx. pp. 10].

Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘“In Different Voices”: Modernism Since the 1960s’, in The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary British and Irish Poetry, ed. Peter Robinson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013): Chapter 6 (111–29).

Peter Middleton, ‘The “London Cut”: Poetry and Science’; ‘Science in Post-War British Writing’, in The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary British and Irish Poetry, ed. Peter Robinson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013): Chapter 20 (384–406) [389–93].

Rod Mengham, ‘The Altered Sublime: Raworth, Crozier, Prynne’, in The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary British and Irish Poetry, ed. Peter Robinson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013): Chapter 25 (481–94).

Michael Kindellan, ‘Responsibility in Verse: William Wordsworth and J.H. Prynne’, in Ethics of Alterity: Confrontation and Responsibility in 19th–21st Century British Literature, eds. Christine Reynier and Jean-Michel Ganteau (Montpellier: Universitaires de la Méditerranée, 2013): 231–49. Online at https://www.academia.edu/7403337/_Responsibility_in_verse_William_Wordsworth_and_J._H._Prynne_.

Michael Kindellan, ‘What Meaning has in Charge: On Wordsworth, Pound and Prynne’. Études Britanniques Contemporaines, 44 (June 2013): [unknown page numbers].

David Castiglione, ‘The Semantics of Difficult Poems: Deriving a Checklist of Linguistic Phenomena’. Journal of Literary Semantics, Vol. 42 No. 1 (June 2013): 115–40.

Samuel Noah Solnick, Poetry in the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in the Work of Ted Hughes, J.H. Prynne and Derek Mahon (Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Queen Mary University of London, 2013). A revised version of this dissertation published as Sam Solnick, Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry (London/New York: Routledge, 2016).

Matthew Hall, ‘Prints in the New Snow: Notes on “Es Lebe der König”, J.H. Prynne’s Elegy to Paul Celan’. Cordite Poetry Review, Vol. 43 No. 0 (September 2013: Masque; ed. Ann Vickery): online at http://cordite.org.au/scholarly/prints-in-the-new-snow/ [approx. pp. 15].

Ryan Dobran, ‘“The natural extension is movement”: J.H. Prynne’s “Aristeas, In Seven Years” and The English Intelligencer’. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 5 No. 2 (September 2013): 20–42. Also online at https://www.academia.edu/1219445/_The_natural_extension_is_movement_J.H._Prynnes_Aristeas_and_The_English_Intelligencer.

Robert Bond, ‘Heidegger, Prynne and “Parataxis”’, online in ‘Rethinking Weimar: Notes on German Philosophy of the Weimar Era (1918–33) and visionary writing’ (31 October 2013) at http://downcastlids.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/heidegger-prynne-and-parataxis.html [approx. pp. 8].

Abigail Lang, ‘To Pollen; la langue en état de guerre’ [in French; introduction to her French translation of the seven concluding strophes of J.H. Prynne, To Pollen]. Écrire l’histoire, 12 (Fall 2013): 97–98 [translations on pp. 99–102].

‘Rockcru’ (Steven Critelli), ‘J.H. Prynne and Cybernetics in “Nibble Song”’. Posted online at the Against Interpretation blog, (25 November 2013), https://rockcru.wordpress.com/2013/11/25/nibble-song-by-j-h-prynne/. Also online at https://www.academia.edu/6408378/J.H._Prynne_and_Cybernetics_in_Nibble_Song as of September 2015 [approx. pp. 10].

John Hall, ‘J.H. Prynne’s “Punishment Routines”’, in his On Performance Writing; with Pedagogical Sketches (2 vols., Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2013), Vol. 2: Writings Towards Writing and Reading; On Poetics, with implicated Readings: 200–02.

John Hall, ‘Reading J.H. Prynne’s “Acquisition of Love” and Anticipating “Blue Slides at Rest”’, in his On Performance Writing; with Pedagogical Sketches (2 vols., Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2013), Vol. 2: Writings Towards Writing and Reading; On Poetics, with implicated Readings: 203–09. Reprinted from Readings: Response and Reactions to Poetries, 3 [2008], online at http://www.bbk.ac.uk/readings/issues/issue3/article1.

Ian Patterson, ‘No man is an I: recent developments in the lyric’, in The Lyric Poem; Formations and Transformations, ed. Marion Thain (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013): Chapter 11 (217–36).

Richard Owens, ‘Dissociations: The McCaffery-Prynne Debate’. Paideuma, 40 (2014: A Festschrift for Burton Hatlen; ed. Demetres Tryphonopoulos): 405–31.

Louis Goddard, ‘De Kooning, O’Hara, Prynne: Towards a Poetics of Paint’. Bristol Journal of English Studies, 4 (Spring 2014): 1–15. Online at https://www.academia.edu/4021360/De_Kooning_OHara_Prynne_Towards_a_Poetics_of_Paint.

Mario Jurado, ‘5 Poemas’ [in Spanish]. Años diez, revisita de poesía, No. 0 (May 2014; ed. Juan Carlos Reche, Madrid and Granada, Spain): 7–22. [Jurado’s untitled introductory biographical note, p. 8, followed by Jurado’s Spanish translations of selected poems by J.H. Prynne, pp. 9–22, with the original English texts on pp. 128–34].

Nicola Thomas, ‘Meridians: the poem as a place of encounter in Paul Celan and J. H. Prynne’. Tropos, Vol. 2 No. 1 (2014): 68–79. Online at http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1469479/1/Tropos-Thomas.pdf.

Joshua Kotin, ‘Blood-Stained Battle-Flags: Ezra Pound, J.H. Prynne, and Classical Chinese Poetry’, in News from Afar: Ezra Pound and Some Contemporary British Poetries, ed. Richard Parker (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2014): 133–41. This essay is excerpted from the chapter ‘Reading Ezra Pound and J.H. Prynne in Chinese’, in Joshua Kotin, Private Utopias, Transnational Modernism (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago, August 2011). The essay is online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/yd5ozt7wz27nqwi/Kotin%20-%20Blood-Stained%20Battle-Flags-%20Ezra%20Pound%2C%20J.H.%20Prynne%20and%20Classical%20Chinese%20Poetry.pdf?dl=0.

Ryan Dobran, ‘Myth, Culture, and Text: Ezra Pound’s Homer and J.H. Prynne’s Aristeas’, in News from Afar: Ezra Pound and Some Contemporary British Poetries, ed. Richard Parker (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2014): 142–59.

Alex Latter, “News that STAYS news”: On The English Intelligencer (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of London, 2014). A revised version of this dissertation published as Alex Latter, Late Modernism and The English Intelligencer: On the Poetics of Community (London/New York: Bloomsbury Academic, July 2015).

Matthew Hall, ‘Past the Curve of Recall: A Reading of J.H. Prynne’s Wound Response’, in Terrain: Essays on the New Poetics, eds. Olga Pek and David Vichnar (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2014): 94–125. This essay is an expanded version of Hall’s essay in VLAK: Contemporary Poetics and the Arts, 1 (September 2010): 30–44, online at http://issuu.com/litteraria/docs/vlak1_september_2010/1.

Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton, eds., Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne): pp. 157 [various essays, online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0].

Keston Sutherland, ‘Introduction: “Prynne’s late work?”’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 9–13. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Michael Tencer, ‘Pearls That Were’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 15–41. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Justin Katko, ‘Sex – Triodes – Gilgamesh’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 43–59. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Lisa Jeschke, ‘Late Early Poetry: A Commentary on J.H. Prynne’s Unanswering Rational Shore’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 61–76. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Timothy Thornton, ‘Acrylic Tips’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 77–85. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Joe Luna, ‘Dominance Factor’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 87–99. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0. [On J.H. Prynne, Biting the Air].

John Wilkinson, ‘Silicon Versets at Work, Blue Slides at Rest’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 101–12. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Abigail Lang, ‘Translating To Pollen’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 113–21. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Keston Sutherland, ‘Sub Songs versus the subject: Critical variations on a distinction between Prynne and Hegel’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 123–41. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

Robin Purves, ‘For-Being: Uncertainty and Contradiction in Kazoo Dreamboats’. Hix Eros, 4 (September 2014/print edition April 2015: On the Late Poetry of J.H. Prynne; eds. Joe Luna and Jow Lindsay Walton): 143–57. Also online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/rt3seaqjsyqmqnd/HIX%20EROS%204%20Prynne%20Special.pdf?dl=0.

William Garvin, review of J.H. Prynne, Her Weasels Wild Returning. Hix Eros, 5 (September 2014; eds. Jow Lindsay Walton and Joe Luna): 13. Online at https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/5332918/HIX%20EROS%205.pdf. [Dated 02/08/14].

Matthew John Hall, Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Western Australia, 2014). A revised version of this dissertation published as Matthew Hall, On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015).

Eva Ulrike Pirker, ‘Language and Agency after Modernism: A Reading of J.H. Prynne’s “Die a Millionaire (Pronounced: ‘Diamonds in the Air’)”’. Proceedings of the Conference of the German Association of University Teachers of English, 35 (2014): 279–90.

Mia Rose Gaudern, The Etymological Poetry of W.H. Auden, J.H. Prynne, and Paul Muldoon (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Oxford, 2014).

Louis Goddard, ‘Encountering the Hand, the Ephemeral, the Unexpected in the Archive’. University of Connecticut University Libraries Archive & Special Collections blog, (9 December 2014): online at http://blogs.lib.uconn.edu/archives/2014/12/09/encountering-the-hand-the-ephemeral-the-unexpected/ [approx. pp. 5]. [Discusses Prynne’s letters to Charles Olson and to Edward Dorn, as well as mentions of Prynne in letters between Olson and Dorn, all of which are contained in the University of Connecticut’s Olson and Dorn archives].

Rupsa Banerjee, ‘Late Capitalism and the Problem of Individual Agency: A Reading of the Poems of J.H. Prynne’. Sanglap: Journal of Literary and Cultural Inquiry, Vol. 1 No. 2 (January 2015: Democracy, Resistance, and the Practice of Literature; eds. Arka Chattopadhyay and Sourit Bhattacharya): online at https://sanglapjournal.files.wordpress.com/2015/01/vol1_no2_rupsa-banerjee.pdf [pp. 23].

Wit Píetrzak, ‘“Where There is Void”: J.H. Prynne’s Kazoo Dreamboats or, On What There Is’. College Literature, Vol. 42 No. 1 (Winter 2015): 44–61.

Joshua Kotin, review of Concepts and Conception in Poetry. The Wallace Stevens Journal, Vol. 39 No. 1 (Spring 2015): 128–30. Online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/em94tpzcnvhgn7m/Kotin%20-%20Review%2C%20Prynne%2C%20Concepts%20and%20Conception%20in%20Poetry.pdf?dl=0.

Ed Luker, ‘Geomorphology, Classical Mechanics, and Theories of Time: Reading the Manuscripts of Poet J.H. Prynne’. University of Connecticut University Libraries Archive & Special Collections blog, (16 March 2015): online at http://blogs.lib.uconn.edu/archives/2015/03/16/geomorphology-classical-mechanics-and-theories-of-time-reading-the-manuscripts-of-poet-j-h-prynne/ [approx. pp. 6]. [Discussion of Prynne’s correspondence with Charles Olson and with Edward Dorn (as collected in the Charles Olson Papers and the Edward Dorn Papers, both in the Archives & Special Collections at the Thomas J. Dodd Research Center, University of Connecticut Libraries) in relation to Prynne’s contemporaneous poetic work and research. Includes photographs of materials sent by Prynne to Dorn and Olson [though the dates of the featured items are not listed]].

Ian Brinton, ‘Introduction’, in Andrew Crozier, ‘Free Verse’ as Formal Restraint: an alternative to metrical conventions in twentieth century poetic structure, ed. for publication by Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2015): 7–9. Included online in a sample of the book at http://www.shearsman.com/ws-public/uploads/223_andrew-crozier-free-verse-as-formal-restraint-sample.pdf. [Briefly discusses Crozier’s correspondence with Prynne, 1964–1973, and quotes Prynne’s additional concluding note as part of the examiner’s report on Crozier’s thesis. The rest of Prynne’s examiner’s report, dated 30th April 1973, is published as an afterword on pp. 212–14, following the thesis itself].

Walt Hunter, ‘The No-Prospect Poem: Lyric Finality in Prynne, Awoonor, and Trethewey.’ Minnesota Review, 85 (2015 [New Series]): 144–52. [Discusses, int. al., J.H. Prynne, ‘Thoughts on the Esterházy Court Uniform’].

Alex Latter, Late Modernism and The English Intelligencer: On the Poetics of Community (London/New York: Bloomsbury Academic, July 2015). This book is a revised version of Alex Latter, “News that STAYS news”: On The English Intelligencer (Unpublished Ph.D. Dissertation, University of London, 2014).

Ed Luker, ‘Negative Citizenship: On Art, Husbandry, and Social Function’, presented at the Utopian Studies Society European Conference 2015 at Newcastle University (2 July 2015), then edited and retitled 7 July 2015. Online at https://www.academia.edu/13792168/Negative_Citizenship_On_Art_Husbandry_and_Social_Function [pp. 10]. [discusses Prynne’s ‘The Ideal Star-Fighter’].

Christopher Earley, ‘“What is not rock is voidally known”: On J.H. Prynne’. Hix Eros, 6 (August 2015): 87–98. Online at https://www.dropbox.com/s/6cfsx7ao57x80p7/HIX%20EROS%206.pdf?dl=0. [A text first delivered at ‘Work, Performance, Poetry’, the fourth Annual Northumbria University Poetry Symposium, held in April 2015].

Abigail Lang and David Nowell Smith, eds., Modernist Legacies: Trends and Faultlines in British Poetry Today (London/New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015).

Matthew Hall, On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015), based on Hall’s Ph.D. dissertation, Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (University of Western Australia, 2014).

John Clegg, ‘We’ll Photograph Everything: John Clegg brings light to the “obscure small epics” of JH Prynne’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2015]]. Poetry London, [October 2015]: online at http://poetrylondon.co.uk/well-photograph-everything-john-clegg-brings-light-to-the-obscure-small-epics-of-jh-prynne/ [approx. pp. 4].

Eric Falci, The Cambridge Introduction to British Poetry, 1945–2010 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015): esp. Chapter 4, ‘Late Modernism’ (91–125 [104–13]) and Conclusion, ‘Archipelagic Experiments’ (208–230 [220–29]).

Matthew Sperling, ‘“The Most Intelligent Entity on the Island”’ [review of Alex Latter, Late Modernism and The English Intelligencer: On the Poetics of Community (London/New York: Bloomsbury Academic, July 2015), and J.H. Prynne, Poems [2015]]. Literary Review, 437 (November 2015): 51–52. The beginning is excerpted online at https://literaryreview.co.uk/the-most-intelligent-entity-on-the-island, though a subscription is required to read the full article.

Peter Robinson, ‘“Battles long ago”: J. H. Prynne and “The Solitary Reaper”’. Literary Imagination, Vol. 17 No. 3 (November 2015): 293–308. Online at http://litimag.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2015/12/12/litimag.imv039.full?keytype=ref&ijkey=X0j1jxi2jte5zk7.

Wit Píetrzak, ‘Decalibrating the language: J.H. Prynne’s Biting the Air’. Miscelánea, 52 (2015): 103–18.

Silvia Eugenia Castillero, ‘Del orden inglés a la exuberancia mexicana’ [in Spanish]. Lumina, 81 (Winter 2015; ed. José Israel Carranza, Universidad de Guadalajara, México): 303–05. [Alongside a brief discussion of a meeting with J.H. Prynne, includes an excerpt, lines 4–15, of J.H. Prynne, ‘Truth’, published in Spanish translation by Héctor Ortiz and Víctor Ortiz, on p. 304; and an excerpt, lines 9–24 of the final stanza (i.e., J.H. Prynne, Poems [2015]: 71, lines 7–22), of J.H. Prynne, ‘Frost and Snow, Falling’, published in Spanish translation [possibly also by Héctor Ortiz and Víctor Ortiz] on p. 303].

Simon Eales, ‘The Huntsman of the Rubáiyat: J H Prynne and Peter Henry Lepus Go to Abu Ghraib’. Cordite Poetry Review, Vol. 53 No. 0 (February 2016: The End; ed. Pam Brown), online at http://cordite.org.au/essays/the-huntsman-of-the-rubaiyat/ [approx. pp. 10] [includes discussion of J.H. Prynne, ‘Refuse Collection’].

Peter Gizzi, ‘Introduction’, in J.H. Prynne, The White Stones (New York: New York Review of Books, 2016): vii–xii. Reprinted as ‘These Poems Will Never Become a Nostalgic Object’. The Millions, (20 April 2016), online at http://www.themillions.com/2016/04/utopian-energy-wheeling-outward-j-h-prynnes-white-stones.html. Further reprinted as ‘Introduction for The White Stones (NYRB Edition, 2016)’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 189–92. Excerpted as ‘J. H. Prynne, The White Stones’. The Brooklyn Rail, (1 April 2017): online at http://brooklynrail.org/2017/04/criticspage/J-H-Prynne-The-White-Stones [approx. pp. 1].

Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘Lights of Life’ [review of J.H. Prynne, The White Stones [2016 edition]]. Review 31, ([May 2016]), online at http://review31.co.uk/article/view/403/lights-of-life [approx. pp. 2].

Robert Potts, ‘Smirk Host Panegyric’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2015]]. London Review of Books, Vol. 38 No. 11 (2 June 2016): 15–18.

Anthony Barnett, ‘Just to be clear’ [letter to the editor of London Review of Books, in response to Robert Potts, ‘Smirk Host Panegyric’ [review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2015]]]. London Review of Books, Vol. 38 No. 13 (30 June 2016): 4, online at http://www.lrb.co.uk/v38/n13/letters [approx. pp. 1].

Jeremy Noel-Tod, ‘Jeremy Prynne, prankster poet’. Prospect Magazine, 243 (June 2016): [unknown page numbers], online at http://www.prospectmagazine.co.uk/arts-and-books/line-breaks-like-tea-breaks [approx. pp. 4].

Matthew Hall, ‘Terra Nullius: Colonial Violence in Prynne’s Acrylic Tips’. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 8 No. 1 (2016): online at https://poetry.openlibhums.org/articles/10.16995/biip.8/ [pp. 29]. [An expanded version of this essay is published in Matthew Hall, On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015): Chapter 4 (127–65)].

Ed Luker, ‘Semantic Visionary’ [review of J.H. Prynne, The White Stones [NYRB edition, 2016]]. Blackbox Manifold, 16 (Summer 2016): online at http://www.manifold.group.shef.ac.uk/issue16/EdLukerBM16.html [approx. pp. 5].

Ian Brinton, ‘Come into the Open’ [review of J.H. Prynne, The White Stones [NYRB edition, 2016]]. PN Review, Vol. 42 No. 6 [Issue 230] (July–August 2016): 90.

Ian Brinton, ed., For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): pp. 241 [various essays and poems; Ian Brinton’s ‘Introduction: A Hand-Out for the Future’ is pp. 7–16].

John James, ‘Affection’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 17–25.

Simon Smith, ‘Essay: Discourse on Some Lines from News of Warring Clans’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 26–32.

D.S. Marriott, ‘The Garden’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 33–34.

Gavin Selerie, ‘Line of What Make or Sort’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 35–38.

Elaine Feinstein, ‘Nomads’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 39.

Rod Mengham, ‘“As It Is”’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 40.

Michael Haslam, ‘Prynne’s Gold-Mine: The Fateful Mark – Enjoying Prynne – Falling off the Trail’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 41–47.

Michael Grant, ‘“Mixing Memory and Desire”: Eliot and the Subjectile’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 48–56.

Anthony Barnett, ‘And You Too’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 57–61.

Harry Gilonis, ‘Looking at/Looking for J.H. Prynne’s “Stone Lake”’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 62–77.

Ian Friend and Richard Humphreys, ‘A Bash in the Tunnel’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 78–81.

John Wilkinson, ‘I Staircase, Gonville and Caius’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 82–84.

John Hall, ‘Learning from Jeremy Prynne, 1963-1967 – An Autobiographical Sketch –’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 85–98.

Peter Larkin, ‘If Flowers of Language Will (Have) Been a Language of Flowers: Trials of Florescence in the Poems of J. H. Prynne’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 99–113.

Nigel Wheale, ‘madrigalian / brightness: Renaissance Prynne’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 114–25.

Masahiko Abe, ‘J.H. Prynne and Grid’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 126–29.

Matthew Hall, ‘“Assuming banishment for lost time back across nullity”: on opening Acrylic Tips’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 130–40. [An expanded version of this essay is published in Matthew Hall, On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015): Chapter 4 (127–65)].

Anthony Mellors, ‘wynsum wong: J.H.Prynne Inside and Outside The English Intelligencer’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 141–53.

Michael Tencer, ‘Notes on “Es Lebe der König”’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 154–76.

Peter Riley, ‘It was also…’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 177–78.

Peter Hughes, ‘“Possente spirto” – On First Reading Prynne’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 179–81.

Ian Brinton, ‘“Brass Nearly Off”’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 182–88. This essay incorporates portions of Ian Brinton, ‘Nearly Brassed Off: Andrew Crozier and the Ferry Press’. Tears in the Fence, 55 (Summer 2012): 118–26.

Peter Gizzi, ‘Introduction for The White Stones (NYRB Edition, 2016)’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 189–92. This reprints Peter Gizzi, ‘Introduction’, from J.H. Prynne, The White Stones (New York: New York Review of Books, 2016): vii–xii.

David Caddy, ‘To a Reader’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 193–95.

David Herd, ‘“To take the whole condition of something”: On Prynne reading Olson’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 196–215.

Joseph Persad, ‘“For the for you / and these to hold”: Receiving J.H. Prynne’s Poems’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 216–26.

Iain Sinclair, ‘Hearing Light’, in For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016): 227–36.

Simon Eales, review of Matthew Hall, On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015). Cordite Poetry Review, Vol. 55 (20 June 2016: Future Machines; ed. Bella Li): online at http://cordite.org.au/reviews/eales-hall/ [approx. pp. 7].

Louis Goddard, ‘Migration Patterns: Two Little Magazines of 1960–1962’. Textual Criticism, (22 June 2016): online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0950236X.2016.1188143, but either payment or institutional access is required to read the full article. [pp. 14]. [Discusses Prynne in the context of the little magazines Migrant, Mica and Satis].

Nicola Thomas, ‘Stark, Necessary and Not Permanent: Huts in the Work of Paul Celan and J. H. Prynne’. German Life and Letters, Vol. 69 No. 3 (July 2016): 350–64.

Wit Píetrzak, ‘The Song of Nature, the Song of Hope: J.H. Prynne’s Pearls that Were’. Brno Studies in English, Vol. 42 No. 2 (2016): 57–68. Online at http://www.phil.muni.cz/plonedata/wkaa/BSE/Articles%20in%20Press/BSE_2016-42(1)-XX_Pietrzak_-_Article_in_Press.pdf.

Stephen P. Hardy, review of Matthew Hall, On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015). Brno Studies in English, Vol. 42 No. 2 (2016): 113–20. Online at http://www.phil.muni.cz/plonedata/wkaa/BSE/Articles%20in%20Press/BSE_2016-42(1)-Review_-_Hardy_-_Article_in_Press.pdf.

Sam Solnick, Poetry and the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in Contemporary British and Irish Poetry (London/New York: Routledge, 2016): esp. Chapter 4, ‘The resistant materials of Jeremy Prynne’ (pp. 148–96). This monograph is a revised version of Solnick’s Ph.D. dissertation, Poetry in the Anthropocene: Ecology, Biology and Technology in the Work of Ted Hughes, J.H. Prynne and Derek Mahon (Queen Mary University of London, 2013).

Matt Turner, ‘Thought and/or Magic in The White Stones’ [review of J.H. Prynne, The White Stones (New York: New York Review of Books, 2016). Dispatches from the Poetry Wars, (1 September 2016): online at http://dispatchespoetry.com/Prynne%20Review%20-%20Turner.pdf [pp. 5].

Ed Luker, review of J.H. Prynne, Poems [2015]. Entropy, (26 September 2016): online at http://entropymag.org/poems-by-j-h-prynne/ [approx. pp. 3].

Joe Luna, ‘Space | Poetry’. Critical Inquiry, Vol. 43 No. 1 (Autumn 2016): 110–38. [Includes an extended discussion of J.H. Prynne, ‘The Ideal Star-Fighter’].

Ryan Dobran, review of J.H. Prynne, The White Stones [NYRB edition, 2016]. Chicago Review, Vol. 60 No. 2 (2016): 169–73, online at http://chicagoreview.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/60-2-Dobran.pdf.

Louis Goddard, ‘“An Object with No Predecessors”? A Computational Reading of J. H. Prynne’s For the Monogram’. Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 9 No. 1 (16 January 2017): online at https://poetry.openlibhums.org/articles/10.16995/biip.9/ [approx. pp. 30].

Nandini Ramesh Sankar, ‘Complicity and Cambridge poetry’. Textual Practice, Vol. 31 No. 4 (2017): 805–21, published online on 20 January 2017 at http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/0950236X.2016.1237991 [requires subscription or purchase]. [On Peter Riley and J.H. Prynne, with extended discussion of J.H. Prynne, ‘Refuse Collection’].

Sam Selinger, review of J.H. Prynne, The White Stones (New York: New York Review of Books, 2016). Coldfront, (21 February 2017): online at http://coldfrontmag.com/reviews/the-white-stones-by-j-h-prynne/ [approx. pp. 3].

D.D.S. MacKay, ‘Open & Active Uncertainty in J.H. Prynne’s Kazoo Dreamboats’. Tears in the Fence, 65 (Winter/Spring 2017): 144–52.

Lisa Jeschke, review of Wit Píetrzak, Levity of Design: Man and Modernity in the Poetry of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012) and Matthew Hall, On Violence in the Work of J.H. Prynne (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015). Journal of British and Irish Innovative Poetry, Vol. 9 No. 1 (26 June 2017): online at https://poetry.openlibhums.org/articles/10.16995/biip.46/ [approx. pp. 14].

Tom Phillips, review of For the Future: Poems & Essays in Honour of J.H. Prynne on the Occasion of His 80th Birthday, ed. Ian Brinton (Bristol: Shearsman Books, 2016). Tears in the Fence blog, (8 July 2017) [written October 2016]: online at https://tearsinthefence.com/2017/07/08/for-the-future-shearsman-books/ [approx. pp. 3].

[forthcoming] Joshua Kotin, Utopias of One (Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, Fall 2017), with one chapter focused on Prynne.

[forthcoming] Reitha Pattison, Edward Dorn: Geography, Capitalism and Cosmology (Oxford: Peter Lang), based on Pattison’s Ph.D. dissertation Cosmology and Capitalism in the Writings of Edward Dorn (University of Cambridge, 2011).

[forthcoming] Bahareh Azad is working on a Ph.D. at the University of Isfahan, Iran, on the poetry of J.H. Prynne.

[forthcoming] Daniel Eltringham is working on a Ph.D. dissertation at Birkbeck College, University of London, provisionally entitled ‘J.H. Prynne and William Wordsworth: Pastoral, Enclosure and the Commons’.

[forthcoming] Louis Goddard is working on a Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Sussex, on the context of Prynne’s early career.

[forthcoming] Dominic Hale is working on a Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Edinburgh, on the influence of Romanticism on Prynne and other ‘later’ modernist poets.

[forthcoming] Lisa Jeschke is working on a Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Cambridge, on Theatricality and J.H. Prynne’s Work.

[forthcoming] Justin Katko is working on a Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Cambridge, involving Edward Dorn’s Gunslinger and J.H. Prynne.

[forthcoming] Ed Luker is working on a Ph.D. dissertation at Northumbria University, on J.H. Prynne and commitment.

[forthcoming] Moyra Tourlamain is working on a Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Kent, on Apocalyptic Prynne.