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MOTTRAM, Professor Eric Noel William (1924-1995)

Eric Mottram: A bibliography

Compiled by Bill Griffiths

Introductory Note

This bibliography is a reworking and expansion of the provisional bibliography issued early in 1998, and now constitutes, it is believed, a reasonably complete list of printed works by and about Eric Mottram (1924-1995), late Professor of English and American Literature at King's College London.

Though the principal checking and location of additional entries has been undertaken by Bill Griffiths at the Archives, King's College London, there has been necessarily a considerable debt to previous lists of Mottram's work as published by T. Wignesan in The Journal of Comparatve Poïetics (Revue de Poïetique Comparée) 1/1 (1989-1990) pp. 56-63 and the 'Supplement to Eric Mottram's works listed in vol. 1 no. 1 (1989-90)' in the same journal 1/2-3 (1990-1991) p. 68. This pioneering work is gratefully acknowledged.

The framework for these earlier versions seems to have been a document supplied by Mottram himself, that he had typed up in 1988, and subsequently updated to 1990 (Mottram Archive at 3/12). It contained some recognisable minor errors (e. g. 'old wood' instead of 'new wood' in the title of a review article of 1962) that have entered print unnoticed. As one cannot be certain that Mottram's typing was not free of other inaccuracies, it proved necessary to recheck dates and page numbers, throughout. More positively, Mottram's own holdings, especially of newspaper cuttings, have supplied many new minor entries such as reviews. Perhaps some few more entries of this kind remain to be discovered: press articles are often mentioned in the diaries, but are not easy to identify. (Information on further articles by Mottram and on further reviews of Mottram's work will be very welcome.) Meanwhile, more of his poetry enters print or is reprinted, and new research work based on the Archive begins to be published and increases the list.

Arrangement The bibliography is arranged overall in sections as noted above in the List of Contents. Within sections, the arrangement is chronological and then alphabetical by first word of the title.

Bill Griffiths
Jan 1999

1. Academic Books (published as single items)

  • American Studies in Europe(J. B. Walters, Groningen & Djakarta, 1955)
    • reprinted: Democratic Vistas 1/1 (London, 1992) 11-23
    (Mottram's Inaugural Lecture at Groningen University, Holland)
  • Books on America: American Literature (British Association for American Studies, U. K. ,1966, as 'Books on America series no. 4')
    (bibliography)
  • William Burroughs: the algebra of need (Intrepid Press, Buffalo, New York, 1971, as Beau Fleuve series no. 2)
  • William Faulkner (Routledge & Kegan Paul, London, 1971)
  • Allen Ginsberg in the Sixties(Unicorn Bookshop, Brighton & Seattle, 1972)
    • Note: paragraphs from this essay were reprinted in Allen Ginsberg: De Verandering trans. Gerard Bolart (Cold Turkey Press, Rotterdam, 1973)
  • ed. (selected with an introduced by Mottram) The Rexroth Reader (Jonathan Cape, London, 1972)
  • Poetry of the Americas (1): Entrances to the Americas: poetry, ecology, translation (Polytechnic of Central London, 1975)
  • Paul Bowles: staticity & terror(Aloes Books, London, 1976)
    • revised reprint: Review of Contemporary Fiction 2/3 (Elmwood Park, Illinois, 1982) 6-30
  • Towards design in poetry (Writers Forum, London, 1977)
  • William Burroughs: the algebra of need (Marion Boyars, London, 1977)
    • translated into French as W. S. Burroughs, l'algèbre du besoin by Emilia Smirmopki (Christian Bourgois, Paris, 1980)
    • revised edition: Algebra of Need: William Burroughs and the Gods of Death (Marion Boyars, London, 1992)
  • A reading of Thomas Meyer's first ten years (Reality Studios, London, 1985, as Occasional Paper no. 2)
    (this may have previously been published in a New York magazine, Text, in 1981, but no copy has been located as yet)
  • editor of Section III, 'A treacherous assault on British poetry', in The new British poetry (Paladin, London, 1988); includes an introduction, pp. 131-133
  • Blood on the Nash Ambassador: investigations in American culture (Hutchinson Radius, London, 1989)
    (selected essays)

2. Individual Essays (including reviews)

1950s

  • 1952
    • 'Sergei Eisenstein, 1898-1948' Cambridge Review 74 (1952) 520 (not seen)
      (review of M. Seton Sergei Eisenstein: a biography (Bodley Head, London, 1952)
  • 1956
    • Review of Robert Lowell Poesie 1943-1952 translated and edited by Rolando Anzilotti (Italian and English text, Edizioni Fussi, Florence, 1955) English Studies 37 (Amsterdam, 1956) 39-40
    • Review of Modern Fiction Studies (a critical quarterly issued by Purdue University, Indiana) English Studies 37 (Amsterdam, 1956) 184-185
  • 1957
    • Review of John Press The fire and the fountain: an essay on poetry (Oxford University Press, 1955) English Studies 38 (Amsterdam, 1957) 36-40
    • Review of Ulisse 4/23 (special issue of the magazine, entitled 'L'Inghilterra oggi', 1956) English Studies 38 (Amsterdam, 1957) 129-130
    • Review of Arthur L. Sells Animal poetry in French and English literature and the Greek tradition (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1955) English Studies 38 (Amsterdam, 1957) 175-177
    • Review of Albert S. Gérard L'Idée romantique de la poésie en Angleterre (Paris, 1955, as Bibliothèque de la Faculté de Philosophie et Lettres de l'Université de Liège vol. 136) English Studies 38 (Amsterdam, 1957) 278-282
  • 1958
    • Review of Studi Americani 1-3 (Rome, 1955-1957) English Studies 39 (Amsterdam, 1958) 181-183
    • 'Thuraiappah Wignesan' Forum Academicum (Heidelberg University, July 1958) (article on Wignesan in German, with three of his English poems)

1960s

  • 1960
    • 'American imagination in the arts' The Times 24 Jun 1960
      (review of The American imagination: a critical survey of the arts from The Times Literary Supplement (Cassell, London, 1960))
    • Review of Light blue, dark blue: an anthology of recent writing from Oxford and Cambridge Universities ed. J. Mitchell et al. (Macdonald, London, 1960) London Magazine 7/7 (1960) 84-87
  • 1961
    • 'Dreams in the mirror' The London Magazine n. s. 1/6 (1961) 83-90
      (review of Norman Friedman's E. E. Cummings: the art of his poetry, Oxford University Press, 1960)
    • 'Great robust soul' The Times Literary Supplement 6 Jan 1961
      (review of The letter and journals of James Gennimore Cooper ed. J. F. Beard (Harvard University Press and Oxford UniversityPress, London, 1960))
    • Review of Willard Thorp American writing in the Twentieth Century (Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1960) Modern Language Review 56/2 (Cambridge, 1961) 258-259
    • 'Striking through the mask' The Times Literary Supplement 25 Aug 1961
      (review of Merlin Bowen The long encounter -a book about Herman Melville-(Chicago University Press and Cambridge University Press, London, 1960))
  • 1962
    • 'A pig-headed father and the new wood: (review of) An introduction to the New American Poetry (ed. Donald M. Allen, Grove Press, New York, 1960)' The London Magazine new series 2/9 (1962) 63-73
    • 'Action Writing' The Spectator 19 Oct 1962
    • 'Beat: genesis and writings' Ark 33 (London, 1962) 1-7
    • 'Faulkner's man' Lucifer: King's College Review no issue number (London, Michaelmas 1962) 17-25
    • 'Laughing Jeremiah' The Spectator 17 Aug 1962 (article on Henry Miller)
    • Review of L. S. Dembo Hart Crane's Sanskrit charge: A study of 'The bridge' (Cornell University, Ithaca, New York and Oxford University Press, London, 1961) The Modern Language Review 57 (Cambridge, 1962) 601-603
  • 1963
    • 'American poetry in 1963: a diagram of health' Books U. S. A. 5 (London, 1963) 2-6
    • 'American poetry 1963' unpaginated in Souvenir programme to Festival of Poetry at the Royal Court Theatre 1963
      (text differs from preceding article)
    • Introduction to Golden boy, Awake and sing!, The big knife (Three plays of Clifford Odets, Penguin, Harmondsworth, Middlesex, 1963)
    • 'Men and gods: a study of Eugene O'Neill' Encore 45 (London, 1963) 26-44
    • 'New World poetry' The Times Literary Supplement 1 Nov 1963
      (review of Five American poets ed. Thom Gunn and Ted Hughes (Faber & Faber, London, 1963))
    • Review of Charles L. Sanford The quest for paradise: Europe and the American moral imagination (University of Illinois Press, Urbana, 1961) Modern Language Review 58 (Cambridge, 1963) 569-571
    • Review of B. R. Crick & Miriam Alman (eds) A guide to manuscripts relating to America in Great Britain and Ireland (Oxford University Press, 1961) The Library 5th series, vol. 18 (London, 1963) 149-151
  • 1964
    • 'American attitudes' The Times Literary Supplement 25 Jun 1964 p. 547
      (review of D. W. Brogan American aspects (Hamish Hamilton, London, 1964))
    • 'American literature 1919-1964' Antiphon 1/1 (London, 1964) 24-27
    • 'American poetry in the Thirties: some revisions and bearings' The Review 11-12 (Oxford, 1964) 25-41
    • 'Blues and roots,cool, funky and soul' The Times Literary Supplement 18 Jun 1964
      (multiple review of books on jazz);
    • 'Connolly and Warren (review)' Stand 7/1 (Leeds, 1964) 59-63
      (reviews of Cyril Connolly Previous convictions (Hamish Hamilton, London, 1963) and Robert Penn Warren Selected essays (Random House, New York, 1958, reprinted Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1964))
    • 'Is it just the scholarship system?' Antiphon 1/2 (London, 1964) 6-10
    • Letter to editor (on William Burroughs controversy) Times Literary Supplement 28 Nov 1963;
      • reprinted pp. 49-50 in William S. Burroughs at the front: critical reception 1959-1989 ed. Jennie Skerl and Robin Lydenberg (Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale & Edwardsville, 1991)
    • 'Living words and meanings' The Times Literary Supplement 25 Jun 1964 p. 547.
      (review of Elizabeth Hardwick A view of my own (Heinemann, London, 1964));
    • 'Prophets of the West' The Times Literary Supplement 10 Sep 1964, 833-835;
    • Review of American literature: a representative anthology ed. Geoffrey Moore (Faber, London, 1964), British Book News 291 (1964) 829-830 (issued by The British Council)
    • 'The devil made the town' The Times Literary Supplement 13 Feb 1964 (multiple review of American fiction)
    • 'The higher vaudeville' The Times Literary Supplement 9 Jul 1964, p. 614 (review of Selected poems of Vachel Lindsay ed. Mark Harris (Collier-Macmillan, London, [1963])
    • 'The mimeograph revolution' The Times Literary Supplement 6 Aug 1964, p. 714;
    • 'The moralized ape and the bear mountain' The Times Literary Supplement 18 Jun 1964
      (review of Babette Deutsch Collected poems 1919-1962 (Indiana University Press, [1964]), Vassar Miller My bones being wiser (Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Connecticut, 1963) and Louis Simpson At the end of the open road (Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Connecticut [1963]))
    • 'The New American Wave' Encore: The voice of vital theatre no. 47 or 11/1 (London, 1964) 22-41
    • 'The stoic virtues' The Spectator 7113 (London, 23 Oct 1964) p. 546
      (review of The letters of Robert Frost to Louis Untermeyer (Jonathan Cape, London, 1964))
    • 'Towards a theatre of cruelty?' The Times Literary Supplement 27 Feb 1964 p. 166
      (review of Edward Albee Who's afraid of Virgina Woolf? (Jonathan Cape, London, 1964))
    • 'Without it' (letter to the editor) The Times Literary Supplement 3 Dec 1964, p. 1107
    • 'Wong Phui Nam' pp. 229-233 in Bunga Emas: an anthology of contemporary Malaysian literature, 1930-1963 ed. T. Wignesan (A. Blond, London, and Rayirath Publications, Kuala Lumpur, 1964)
      (review of Wong's books of poems, How the hills are distant (University of Malaya, not dated))
  • 1965
    • 'Americans protect their "innocence"' Tribune (London, 17 Sep 1965) p. 14
      (review of Tony Tanner Reign of wonder (Cambridge University Press, 1965))
    • 'Between Africa and wasp land' The Times literary Supplement 8 Jul 1965
      (review of New Negro poets: U. S. A. ed. Langston Hughes (Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, 1965))
    • Introduction to George Dowden Flight from America (Mandarin Books, London, 1965)
    • 'Ishmael in America' The Times Literary Supplement 19 Aug 1965 p. 714
      (review of Edward Dahlberg Alms for oblivion (University of Minnesota Press and Oxford University Press, London, 1964) and Because I was flesh (Methuen, London, 1964))
    • 'New light on the invisible' The Times Literary Supplement 25 Nov 1965
      (on Negro Armerican literature)
    • 'One-act festival' King's News 29/20 (London, 18 Mar 1965) p. 7
      (drama review)
    • 'Personal statement' The Spectator 22 Jan 1965, pp. 108-109
      (multiple review of discs of American authors reading from their works)
    • 'Pre-fab plastic and passionate ice-picks' The Times Literary Supplement 11 Mar 1965, p.196
      (review article)
    • 'Science solo', Time Literary Supplement 11 Mar 1965, p.198
      (a review of Michael Polanyi Science, faith and society (University of Chicago Press, 1964))
    • 'This is Geryon' The Times Literary Supplement 25 Mar 1965
      (review of Michael McClure's books Ghost tantras and Meat science essays (City Lights Books, San Francisco, 1964, 1963 respectively))
    • 'Zoo-maze: The world in vaudeville' The Times Literary Supplement 15 Apr 1965 p. 292
      (review of John Berryman 77 dream songs (Faber & Faber, London, 1964))
  • 1966
    • Review of Joesph Blotner William Faulkner's Library (University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1964) and William W. Kelly Ellen Glasgow: a bibliography (University Press of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1964), The Library 5th series, vol. 21 (London, 1966) pp. 260-262
    • 'The making of Paterson' Stand7/3 (Leeds, 1966) 17-34
      • Reprinted in Profile of William Carlos Williams ed. Jerome Mazzaro (Merrill, Columbus, Ohio, 1971) (not seen)
    • 'The methods of Marshall McLuhan' pp. 37-42 in feature 'The world and Marshall McLuhan' Journal of Canadian Studies 1/2 (Peterborough, Ontario, 1966) 37-54
      (The full article represents a BBC Radio Third Programme broadcast of May 1966: p. 37 includes an introduction by Philip French; Mottram's talk is pp. 37-42; pp. 42-47 is Mottram in conversation with McLuhan; pp. 47-54 is a panel discussion featuring George Steiner, Jonathan Miller, Andrew Forge.)
  • 1967
    • 'Arthur Miller: the development of a political dramatist in America' pp. 127-161 in American Theatreed. J. R. Brown, Bernard Harris (Edward Arnold, London, 1967);
      • Reprinted in Arthur Miller ed. Robert Corrigan (Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1969) (not seen)
    • 'Music for the people' The Times Literary Supplement 19 Oct 1967 992-993
    • 'The American game of happy families' The Times Literary Supplement 21 Dec 1967
      (review of Philip Roth's When she was good (Random House, New York, and Cape, London, 1967), Walker Percy's The last gentleman (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, New York, and Eyre & Spottiswoode, London, 1967) and Herbert Gold's Fathers (Secker & Warburg, London, 1967))
  • 1968
    • 'An American, a Negro' Times Literary Supplement 18 Jan 1968
      (review of R. Ottley and W. J. Weatherby (eds) The Negro in New York (Oceana Publications, New York, 1967), Herbert Hill (ed.) Anger and beyond: the Negro writer in the United States (Harper and Row, New York, 1966) and Ralph Ellison Shadow and act (Secker and Warburg, London, 1967)
    • 'Family man' Times Literary Supplement 4 Jan 1968
      (review of Philip Whalen You didn't even try (Coyote Press, San Francisco, 1967))
    • 'Mississippi Faulkner's glorious mosaic of impotence and madness' Journal of American Studies 2 (Cambridge, 1968) 121-129
    • 'The movement-1' The Times Literary Supplement (18 April 1968) 385-387, and possibly also author the 'The movement-2' ibid. 393-394
      (reviews)
    • 'Voice from the spirit house' The Times Literary Supplement 7 Nov 1968 p. 1250;
      (review of LeRoi Jones Home: social essays (MacGibbon and Kee, London, 1968))
  • 1969
    • 'Keeping pace with the Beats' The Times Literary Supplement 12 Jun 1969 p. 640
      (review of John Clellon Holmes Nothing more to declare (Andre Deutsch, London, 1968))
    • 'New time and space structures' part 1, IT (International Times) 60 (London, Jul 1969);
      'New time and space structures' part 2, IT (International Times) 62 (London, Aug 1969) 20-21;
      • Translated as 'Neue Raum-und Zeitstrukturen' Planet 5 (Munich, 1972) (not seen)
    • Review of Clarence Gohdes Literature and theater of the states and regions of the USA (Duke University Press, Durham NC, 1967), and others... The Library 5th series, vol. 24 (London, 1969) 78-79

1970s

  • 1970
    • 'Roy Fisher's work' Stand 2/1 (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1969-1970) pp. 9-18
    • 'William Burroughs' Intrepid 14-15 (Buffalo, New York, 1969-1970) 8-66
    • 'Charles Olson' The Guardian 14 Jan 1970
      (obituary notice)
    • Introduction to Allen De Loach's Third part unordered (Unicorn Bookshop, Brighton, 1970)
    • Introduction to Jack Kerouac's The scripture of the golden eternity(Corinth Books, New York, 1970) (not seen)
      • Reprinted by City Lights Editions, San Francisco, 1994
      • Translated into German by Stewart Coltman as Die Schrift der goldenen Ewigkeit...mit einem Nachwort von Eric Mottram (Sadhana, Berlin, 1980)
      • Translated into Czech as Písmo zlaté vecnosti (Votobia, 1996)
    • 'Ishmael in America' Triquarterly19 (Evanston, Illinois, 1970) 10-24
      • Reprinted: pp. 10-15 in Edward Dahlberg: a tribute ed. Jonathan Williams (David Lewis, New York, 1970)
    • Review of Linton R. Massey 'Man working', 1919-1962. William Faulkner: a catalogue of the William Faulkner collections at the University of Virginia (Bibliographical Society of Virginia, Charlottesville, 1968) and Audre Hanneman Ernest Hemmingway: a comprehensive bibliography (Pinceton University Press and Oxford University Press, 1967) The Library 5th series, vol. 25 (London, 1970) 78-79
    • Review of George N. Belknap Oregon imprints 1845-1870 (University of Oregon Books, Eugene, Oregon, 1968) The Library 5th series, vol. 25 (London, 1970) 170-172
  • 1971
    • 'D. A. Levy: Cleveland's survival artist' The Serif 8/4 (Kent, Ohio, 1971) 5-13
    • Introductory note to Bill Butler Savanorola's drum: four poems (Claude Rains, Brighton, 1971)
    • 'The hostile environment and the survival artist: a note on the Twenties' pp. 233-262 in The American novel and the Nineteen Twenties ed. Malcolm Bradbury, David Palmer (Edward Arnold, London, 1971 as Stratford-upon-Avon Studies no. 13)
  • 1972
    • '(Ezra) Pound, (Charles) Olson and The secret of the golden flower' Chapman 2/2 (Edinburgh, 1972) 20-31
    • 'Jean Paul Sartre's Les Sorcières de Salem' pp. 93-94 in Twentieth Century interpretations of the 'The crucible': a collection of critical essays ed. John H. Ferres (Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, 1972)
    • 'Living mythically: the Thirties' Journal of American Studies6 (Norwich, 1972) 267-287
      • Reprinted in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
    • 'The limits of self-regard: (Donald) Hall, (Carolyn) Kizer, (Denise) Levertov, (Diane) Wakoski' Parnassus 1 (New York, 1972) 152-162
      (reviews)
    • 'The triumph of the mobile: the structure of information, the language of computers and contemporary poetry' Intrepid 23-24 (Buffalo, New York, 1972) 7-21
    • 'Tom Pickard', Lip1 (Philadelphia, 1972) 14-25
      • (revised and enlarged to appear as 'Tom Pickard' Poetry Information 18 (London, 1978) 69-79)
  • 1973
    • '1924-1951: politics and form in Zukofsky' Maps 5 (Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, 1973) 76-103
    • 'A first appreciation of Fielding Dawson' Vort 4 (Silver Spring, Maryland, 1973) 43-53 (not seen)
    • 'A prosthetics of poetry: the art of Bob Cobbing' Second Aeon16-17 (Cardiff, 1973) 105-132
      • (Also reprinted as individual item, with errata listed)
    • 'Charles Olson's Apollonius of Tyana' Sixpack 3-4 (London/New York, 1973) unpaginated
    • 'John Wieners: guide through the suspended vacuum' Contact7 (Philadelphia, 1973) 20-35
      • Reprinted: Poetry Information 12-13 (London, 1975) 5-18
    • 'Jonathan Williams' Vort4 (Silver Spring, Maryland, 1973) 102-111
      • Reprinted by Polytechnic of Central London as pamphlet, Jonathan Williams at the Polytechnic of Central London, on December 1st, 1973
    • 'Sixties American poetry, poetics and poetic movements' pp. 1-34 in Programmeof Modern American Poetry Conference, Polytechnic of Central London, 1973
      • Revised and reprinted as pp. 271-311 in The new history of literature. 9. American literature since 1900 ed. Marcus Cunliffe (Sphere, London, 1975)
      • Revised and reprinted as 'American poetry, poetics and poetic movements since 1950' pp. 237-282 in new edition of preceding (Bedrick, New York, 1987)
  • 1974
    • 'Performance: Charles Olson's rebirth between power and love' Sixpack 6 (London and Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, 1973-1974) 95-114
    • 'The black polar night: the poetry of Gilbert Sorrentino' Vort 6 (Silver Spring, Maryland, 1974) 43-59
    • 'The British poetry revival 1960-1974' pp. 86-117 in Conference booklet for Polytechnic of Central London's Modern British Poetry Conference, 31 May-2 Jun 1974
      (cf. similarly titled but apparently not directly related article issued in 1993)
    • 'The ear and muscle under music' Sixpack 7-8 (London & Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, 1974) 182-199
      (essay on Paul Blackburn)
    • 'The performance of the comedian under law: the criticism of Donald Phelps' Vort 6 (Silver Spring, Maryland, 1974) 141-157
    • 'The poetics of rebirth and confidence: an introduction to Clayton Eshleman's Coils' Poetry Information11 (London, 1974) 36-44
      • Reprinted: Margins 27 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1976) 28-32
    • 'Writers Forum: a successful campaign' Ceolfrith 26 (Sunderland, 1974) 15-24
      (this issue of the magazine also designated as a book: Bob Cobbing & Writers Forum ed. Peter Mayer (Ceolfrith Press, Sunderland, 1974))
  • 1975
    • 'Beware of imitations: Writers Forum poets and British poetry in the '60s' Poetry Student 1 (Warwick, 1975) 6-7, 32-35
    • 'Compositions of the magus: the art of Jackson Mac Low' Vort 8 (Silver Spring, Maryland, 1975) (not seen)
    • 'Henry Adams: index of the Twentieth Century' pp. 90-106 in American Literary Naturalism: a reassessment ed. Yoshinobu Hakutani and Lewis Fried (Carl Winter, Heidelberg, 1975 as Anglistische Forschungen vol. 109)
    • 'Poe's Pym, and the American social imagination' pp. 25-53 in Artful Thunder: versions of the Romantic tradition in American literature in honour of Howard P. Vincent ed. Robert J. DeMott, Sanford E. Marovitz (Kent State University Press, Ohio, 1975)
    • 'The romantic politics of the body in Michael McClure' Margins 18 (Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1975) 6-12
    • 'Where the real song begins: The poetry of Jerome Rothenberg' Vort7 (Silver Spring, Maryland, 1975) 163-179
      • Reprinted: Dialectal Anthropology 11/2-4 (Netherlands, 1986) 225-238 (not seen)
  • 1976
    • 'Dionysus in America' Other Times1/1 (London, 1975-1976) 38-48
      • Revised and reprinted for The Open University, 1976 (not seen)
      • Reprinted in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
    • 'Faulkner: an introduction to his writings' in A Faulkner perspective: a companion-guide to the limited first edition of the selected letters of William Faulkner (Franklyn Center, Philadelphia, 1976) (not seen)
    • 'No centre to hold: a commentary on (Jacques) Derrida' Curtains, le prochain step 14-17 (Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, 1976) 38-57
    • ''The persuasive lips': men and guns in America, the West' Journal of American Studies 10 (Cambridge, 1976) 53-84
      • Reprinted in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
  • 1977
    • '"Declaring a behaviour": the poetry performance' Rawz 1 (London, 1977) unpaginated
    • 'Inheritance, landscape, location: data for British poetry 1977' pp. 85-101 in Conference booklet for Polytechnic of Central London British Poetry Conference, June 1977
    • 'Modern Hungarian poetry: "Incomprehensible to outsiders"?' The New Hungarian Quarterly 66 (Budapest, 1977) 85-91
    • 'Open field poetry' Poetry Information 17 (London, 1977) 3-23
    • 'Pierre Joris's Antlers' Oasis 18 (London, 1977) 25-31
    • 'The poem of healing; Enslin's Synthesis 1-24' Occurrence 7 (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1977) 6-35
  • 1978
    • '"An acknowledged land": love and poetry in Bunting's Sonatas' Poetry Information 19 (London, 1978) 11-29
      • Revised and reprinted as pp. 77-105 in Basil Bunting: man and poet ed. Carroll F. Terrell (National Poetry Foundation, Orono, Maine, 1981)
    • 'Foreword' to Catalogue of Little Press books in print, 1978-79 (Association of Little Presses, London, 1978) unpaginated
    • Letter in Lobby Press Newsletter 4 (Cambridge, 1978) 2-3.
      (in response to letters by David Watson and Lawrence Upton)
    • 'Orpheus and measured forms: law, madness and reticence in Herman Melville' pp. 229-254 in New Perspectives on Melville ed. Faith Pullin (Edinburgh University Press, 1978)
    • Preface, p. 3 in Concerning Concrete Poetry compiled by Bob Cobbing & Peter Mayer (Writers Forum, London, 1978)
    • 'The documentation of American Studies' pp. 38-45 in Essays by Eric Mottram and Philip Davies (Polytechnic of Central London American Resources Centre, London, 1978)
    • 'The Lower East Side, the single-head axe and the flat page: Enslin's preferences (The poem of healing: Enslin's Synthesis 1-24)' Truck 20 (Saint Paul, Minnesota, 1978) 69-85
    • 'The metallic necessity and the new American: culture and technology in America 1850-1900' pp. 1-16 in Essays by Eric Mottram and Philip Davies(Polytechnic of Central London American Resources Centre, London, 1978)
      • Reprinted in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
    • 'The red bank: Indians in white lives' pp. 17-37 in Essays by Eric Mottram and Philip Davies (Polytechnic of Central London American Resources Centre, London, 1978)
  • 1979
    • 'Heroic survival through ecstatic form: Robert Duncan's Roots and Branches' pp. 116-142 in Robert Duncan: scales of the marvellous ed. Robert J. Bertholf and Ian W. Reid (New Directions, New York, and George J. McLeod, Toronto, 1979)
    • Jacket note for Jackson Mac Low The pronouns: A collection of forty dances for the dancers (Station Hill Press, Barrytown, New York, 1979)
    • 'Jonathan Williams, comedian' Truck 21 (Frankfort, Kentucky, 1979) unpaginated, in special issue 'A 50th birthday celebration for Jonathan Williams'
      (a 3 page tribute)
    • 'Reading Barry MacSweeney's Odes' Maxy's Journal 3 (Lonoke, Arkansas, 1979) 28-39
    • '"Restlessness and patience": the poetry of Ken Irby' Credences 7 (Kent, Ohio, 1979) 128-141
    • 'Surrealism' (entry) p. 257 in The Poets' Encyclopediaed. Michael Andre,
      • published as special issue of Unmuzzled Ox 4/4-5 (New York, 1979)
    • 'The wild good and the heart ultimately: Ginsberg's art of persuasion' Spanner 15 (London, 1979 for 1978) 70-118

1980s

  • 1980
    • 'Editing Poetry Review' Poetry Information 20-21 (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1979-1980) 154-155
    • 'John Ashbery: "All, in the refined, assimilable state"' Poetry Information 20-21 (Newcastle upon Tyne, 1979-1980) 31-48
    • 'Fears of invasion in American culture' The New Hungarian Quarterly 80 (Budapest, 1980) 126-131
      • Reprinted as pp. 591-599 in The origins and originality of American culture ed. Tibor Frank (Akadémiai Kiadó, Budapest, 1984)
      • Revised and reprinted as 'Out of sight but never out of mind: fears of invasion in American culture' Talus 1 (London, 1987) 43-79,
      • and in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
    • Letter in New Wilderness Letter 9 (New York, 1980) 73-74
    • 'Poetry and mathematics: an introduction' Reality Studios 2/3 (London, 1980) 39-44
    • 'The pursuit of innocence: populism and intellect in the poetry of Michael Horovitz and Tom Pickard; part 1: Michael Horovitz' Primary Sources 5 (London, 1980) 11
    • 'The pursuit of innocence: populism and intellect in the poetry of Tom Pickard' Primary Sources 6 (London, 1980) 15
    • 'Towards the alternative: the prose of Leroi Jones' pp. 97-135 in Black fiction: new studies in the Afro-American novel since 1945 ed. A. Robert Lee (Barnes & Noble, New York, and Vision, London, 1980)
    • 'Transformations of music and poetry' Spanner 19 (London [1980]) 220-232
  • 1981
    • 'Psychic dismembering and staying sane: the fiction of Gilbert Sorrentino' Reality Studios 3 (London, 1980-1981) 41-52
    • 'Bill Butler: a checklist of books, pamphlets, poemcards and posters' Poetry and Little Press Information 4 (London, 1981) 20
    • 'Blood on the Nash Ambassador: cars in American films' pp. 221-249 in Cinema, politics and society in Americaed. Philip Davies and Brian Neve (Manchester University Press, & St Martin's, New York, 1981)
      • Reprinted in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
    • Contributions (no. 85, Carlos Castaneda, 241 Jack Kerouac, 242 Ken Kesey, 267 Timothy Leary, 290 Herbert Marshall McLuhan) to Makers of modern culture ed. Justin Wintle (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1981)
    • 'Free like the rest of us: violation and despair in Hubert Selby's novels' The Review of Contemporary Fiction 1/2 (Elmwood Park, Illinois, 1981) 353-363
    • 'Intersections of the animate and the inanimate' The New Hungarian Quarterly 83 (Budapest,1981) 181-183
      (review of Selected poems by Ágnes Nemes Nagy trans. Bruce Berlind (Iowa University, 1980))
    • 'The Budapest American Studies Conference: an international event' British Association for American Studies Newsletter 43 (Dundee, 1981) 4
    • 'The political responsibilities of the poet: George Oppen' pp. 149-167 in George Oppen: man and poet ed. Burton Hatlen (National Poetry Foundation, Orono, Maine, 1981)
  • 1982
    • 'Charles Olson' Akros 49 (Nottingham, 1982) 52-73
    • Contributions (no. 2 Henry Adams, 33 Alexander Graham Bell, 80 Sir George Cayley, 100 James Fenimore Cooper, 136 George Eastman, 140 Thomas Eddison, 205 Joel C. Harris, 206 Francis Bret Harte, 462 Mark Twain, 480 Noah Webster, 483 Walt Whitman, 484 Eli Whitney) to Makers of nineteenth century culture 1800-1914 ed. Justin Wintle (Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1982)
    • 'Douglas Woolf's escapes from enclosure' The Review of Contemporary Fiction 2/1 (Elmwood Park, Illinois, 1982) 66-81
    • Introduction to Angel dancing by Bill Butler (Galloping Dog Press, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1982)
    • Letter to PALPI (Poetry and Little Press Information) 9 (London, 1982) p. 8
      (on Rebecca magazine and the WelshArts Council)
    • 'Pound, Merleau-Ponty and the phenomenology of poetry' pp. 121-147 in Ezra Pound: tactics for reading ed. Ian F. A. Bell (Vision Press, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1982)
    • 'Power and law in Hawthorne's fictions' pp. 187-228 in Nathaniel Hawthorne: new critical essays ed. A. Robert Lee (Vision, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1982)
    • 'An introduction: "Stay in close and use both hands"' unpaginated, in Niches inches: new and selected poems 1957-1981 by Jonathan Williams ([Jargon Press], Dentdale, Cumbria, 1982)
    • 'William Burroughs: survivalist in a Manichean world' pp. 30-34 in The Final Academy: statements of a kind ed. RogerEly, David Dawson, Genesis P. Orridge (London, 1982)
  • 1983
    • 'A preface to Visions of Cody' The Review of Contemporary Fiction 3/2 (Elmwood Park, Illinois, 1983) 50-61
      (on Jack Kerouac's Visions of Cody (Deutsch, London, 1973))
    • 'Essential history: suicide and nostalgia in Hemingway's fictions' pp. 122-150 in Ernest Hemingway: new critical essays ed. A. Robert Lee (Vision, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1983)
    • '"Every new book hacking on barz": the poetry of Bill Griffiths' Reality Studios 5 (London, 1983) 45-54
    • 'Ross Macdonald and the past of a formula' pp. 97-118 in Art in crime writing: essays on detective fiction ed. Bernard Benstock (Macmillan, London, and St Martin's, New York, 1983)
    • 'The limits of survival with the weapons of humour: William Eastlake' The Review of Contemporary Fiction 3/1 (Elmwood Park, Illinois, 1983) 68-83
    • '"The location of dangerous shoals": American fictions on the science of power' Over Here: an American Studies Journal 3/2 (Nottingham, 1983) 3-34
  • 1984
    • 'Access to a nation's culture' The New Hungarian Quarterly 95 (Budapest, 1984) 87-89
    • Cover note for Gavin Selerie's Azimuth (Binnacle Press, London, 1984) (not seen)
    • '"Grown in America": Moby-Dick and Melville's sense of control' pp. 90-115 in Herman Melville: reassessments ed. A Robert Lee (Vision Press, London and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1984)
    • '"Man under fortune": bases for Ezra Pound's poetry' pp. 77-92 in Modern American Poetry ed. R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield (Vision Press, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1984)
    • 'Official poetry and conformist entertainment' pp. 178-183 in The Language Book ed. Bruce Andrews and Charles Bernstein (Southern Illinois University Press, 1984) (not seen)
    • 'The vital language of impotence' Gambit: international theatre review 41 (London, 1984) 47-57
      (on Howard Barker's plays)
  • 1985
    • 'A raft against Washington: Mark Twain's criticism of America' pp. 222-250 in Mark Twain: a sumptuous variety ed. Robert Giddings (Vision, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1985)
    • 'Bunting in Buffalo' pp. 154-157 in A tribute to Basil Bunting ed. Jonathan Williams in Conjunctions 8 (New York, 1985)
      (takes the form of diary notes)
    • 'Existential and political controls in Marquez's fiction' in Journal of arts and ideas10-11 (New Delhi, 1985) 19-36
      • Reprinted as 'Existential and political controls in the fiction of Gabriel Marquez' pp. 6-28 in Gabriel Marquez and Latin America ed. Alok Bhalla (Sterling Publishers, New Delhi, and Envoy, New York, 1987)
        (Mottram indicates that the Bhalla volume was first published by the Central Institute of English and Foreign Languages, Hyderabad, 1986, where his essay was pp. 1-33; but it has not been possible to locate a copy yet.)
    • 'Invention and the collapse of capitalism: American poets in the Thirties' pp. 148-176 in Nothing else to fear: new perspectives on America in the Thirties ed. Stephen Baskerville and Ralph Willett (Manchester University Press, 1985)
    • 'Law and the open road: Whitman's America' pp. 13-42 in Nineteenth-Century American poetry ed. A. Robert Lee (Vision, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1985)
    • '"The infected air" and "The guilt of interference": Henry James's short stories' pp. 164-190 in The Nineteenth-century American short story ed. A. Robert Lee (Vision, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1985)
  • 1986
    • 'Developing Cultural Studies and American Studies' Journal of Area Studies14 (London, 1986) 6-12
      • Reprinted in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
    • 'Ginsberg: voice of America' pp. 201-202 in Best minds: a tribute to Allen Ginsberg ed. Bill Morgan & Bob Rosenthal (Lospecchio Press, New York, 1986)
    • 'Tests of security: Hemingway and his biographers' Encounter 67/5 (London, 1986) 44-50
  • 1987
    • '"Eleusions truths": Harry Mathews's strategies and games' The Review of Contemporary Fiction 7/3 (Elmwood Park, Illinois, 1987) 154-172
    • 'Law, lawlessness and philosophy in Edgar Allan Poe' pp. 154-181 in Edgar Allan Poe: the design of order ed. A. Robert Lee (Vision, London, and Barnes & Noble, Totowa, New Jersey, 1987)
    • 'Oasis and crossroads: an introduction for Pierre Joris' pp. 7-11 in Breccia: selected poems 1972-1986 by Pierre Joris (Editions Phi, Echternach, Luxembourg, 1987)
    • 'Peter Donnelly' pp. 1-16 in El Arte grafico y sus Creadores ed. E. G. Barcena and M. del C. Villasana (Mexico City, 1987) (not seen)
  • 1988
    • '"Forget about being original": recent American poetics' pp. 595-616 in The new Pelican guide to English literature 9. American literature ed. Boris Ford (Penguin, London, 1988)
    • 'George Oppen's lyric reactions to the world: Preface to Of Being Numerous', Over Here 8/2 (Nottingham, 1988) 1-15
    • 'Mark Twain' pp. 166-183 in The new Pelican guide to English Literature 9. American Literature ed. Boris Ford (Penguin, London, 1988)
    • 'Norman Mailer: frontline reporter of the divine economy' pp. 217-243 in First person singular: studies in American autobiography ed. A. Robert Lee (Vision Press, London, and St Martin's, New York, 1988)
    • 'Paul Blackburn: writing, inscription and performance' Ninth Decade 10 (London, 1988) 37-52
    • 'Robert Duncan: the possibilities of an adequate history and of a poetics of event' Talus 3 (London, 1988) 118-148
    • '"That dark instrument": the American automobile' pp. 117-137 in American studies in Spained. Enrique García Díez (València, 1988)
      • Revised and reprinted in Talus 3 (London, 1988) 12-32
      • and Blood on the Nash Ambassador (1989)
      • Edited by Simon Tesler as 'That dark instrument: the cultural significance of the car stateside', for Blitz 90 (London, 1990) 100-106
    • '"Thought is always prior to fact": an introduction' pp. 9-28 in American literary landscapes: the fiction and the fact ed. Ian F. A. Bell, D. K. Adams (Vision Press, Plymouth, and St Martin's, New York, 1988)
  • 1989
    • '"Laws scribbled by law-breakers": law, confidence and disobedience in American culture' pp. 221-243 in Blood on the Nash Ambassador (Hutchinson Radius, London, 1989)
      (based on Mottram's inaugural lecture as Professor of English and American Literature at King's College London in 1983)
    • 'Live all you can: American experience, 1960 and 1965-6' The British-American: Bulletin of the Former Students' Association, Institute of United States Studiesvol. 1/2 (London, 1989) 30-33 and vol. 2/2 (1990) 14-17
      • Revised and reprinted in Live all you can (Solaris, Twickenham, Middlesex, 1992) pp. 34-46

1990s

  • 1990
    • 'Notes on poetics' The Journal of Comparative Poïetics (Revue de Poïétique Comparée) 1/1 (Paris, 1989-1990) 37-44
      (includes background to many Mottram books of poetry)
    • 'Beat Generation: chart and notes for the Feldman Lecture, Tate Gallery' Spanner 29 (Hereford, 1990)
      (two-part pack)
    • 'Before the Revolution: poetry by István Vas and Sándor Csoóri' The New Hungarian Quarterly 118 (Budapest, 1990) 112-116
      (reviews)
    • Cover note for Uncertain time by Ric Caddel (Galloping Dog Press, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1990)
    • Introduction (pp. i-iv) to Tahitian Journals by William David Sherman (Hearing Eye, London, 1990)
    • 'Law, justice and justification in William Faulkner' pp. 85-127 in William Faulkner: the Yoknapatawpha fiction ed. A. Robert Lee (Vision Press, London and St Martin's, New York, 1990)
    • Note, p. 97 in High on the Walls: a Morden Tower anthology ed. Gordon Brown (Morden Tower and Bloodaxe Books, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1990) 98-99
    • '"The real needs of man": Don DeLillo's novels' pp. 51-98 in The new American writing: essays on American literature since 1970 ed. Graham Clarke (Vision Press, London, and St. Martin's, New York, 1990)
  • 1991
    • 'Fire Readings', preface (pp. 11-12) to Fire Readings: a collection of contemporary writing from the Shakespeare & Company Fire Benefit Readings ed. Mottram, with David Applefield, Richard Hallward, T. Wignesan (Frank Books, Vincennes, 1991)
    • 'In memoriam Paul Evans' PALPI (Poetry & Little Press Information) 28 (London, June 1991) 26-27
    • Introduction (pp. 1-7) to Declarations: poems 1961-1991 by Paula Claire (International Concrete Poetry Archive, Oxford, 1991, as publication no. 30)
    • 'On The last words of Dutch Schultz' pp. 159-168 in William S. Burroughs at the front: critical reception 1959-1989 ed. Jennie Skerl and Robin Lydenberg (Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale & Edwardsville, 1991)
    • 'Poetry in motion' Marxism Today (London, May 1991) 44
      (on Amiri Baraka, previously known as LeRoi Jones)
  • 1992
    • Cover note for Gavin Selerie's Tilting square (Binnacle Press, London, 1992)
    • 'Ezra Pound in his time' pp. 93-113 in Ezra Pound and America ed. Jacqueline Kaye (Macmillan, Basingstoke, and St Martin's, New York, 1992)
    • Introduction to Verbi visi voco: a performance of poetry ed. Bob Cobbing & Bill Griffiths (Writers Forum, London, 1992)
    • 'Paul Evans: a personal memoir' pp. 66-70 in The empty hill: memoirs and praises of Paul Evans (1945-1991) ed. Peter Bailey & Lee Harwood (Skylark Press, Hove, 1992)
    • 'San Francisco: arts in the city that defies Fate' pp. 132-149 in Cracking the Ike Age: aspects of Fifties America ed. Dale Carter (Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 1992)
    • 'The American comedian as social critic, 1950-1970' pp. 238-261 in Cracking the Ike Age: aspects of Fifties America ed. Dale Carter (Aarhus University Press, Denmark, 1992)
  • 1993
    • '"A Mind Working": Carl Rakosi' pp. 369-385 in Carl Rakosi: man and poet ed. Michael Heller (National Poetry Foundation, University of Maine at Orono, 1993)
    • 'Beats' Casablanca 3 (London, 1993) 26-27 (review of Ann Charters (ed.) The Penguin book of the Beats (Penguin, London, 1993))
    • 'Bob Cobbing's Voice prints: introductions', pp. 5-12 in Voice prints: Bob Cobbing's collected poems vol. 13 (Amra Imprint, Seaham, Co. Durham, 1993)
    • 'History and the perfectly human: Howard Barker's recent plays' pp. 453-477 in Englisches Theater der Gegenwart ed. Klaus Peter Müller (Gunter Narr, Tübingen, 1993)
    • Introduction, pp. 5-7, to American shore by Peterjon Skelt (Solaris, Twickenham, Middlesex, 1993)
    • 'Pound, Whitman and the American epic transmission' pp. 216-244 in Pound in multiple perspective ed. Andrew Gibson (Macmillan, Basingstoke, 1993)
    • Response to cultural studies questionnaire, pp. 159-162 in Travesia: journal of Latin American cultural studies 2/1 (King's College, London, 1993)
    • 'The British Poetry Revival, 1960-75' pp. 15-50 in New British poetries: the scope of the possible ed. Robert Hampson and Peter Barry (Manchester University Press, 1993) (cf. similarly titled but apparently not directly related article issued in 1974)
  • 1994
    • 'Poetic interface: American poetry and the British Poetry Revival, 1960-75' pp. 152-168 in Forked tongues? Comparing Twentieth-century British and American literature ed. Ann Massa, Alistair Stead (Longman, Harlow, Essex, 1994)
    • 'Ta'wil and Henri Corbin: a legacy for radical American poets' Talus 8 (London, 1994) 115-180
  • 1995
    • 'Basil Bunting: human framework and Nature' pp. 71-82 in Sharp study and long toil ed. Richard Caddel (Basil Bunting special issue of Durham University Journal, 1995)
    • 'Eugene O'Neill' pp. 21-45 in American drama ed. Clive Bloom (St Martin's, New York, 1995)
    • 'Frank O'Hara', pp. 143-166 in American poetry: the Modernist ideal ed. Clive Bloom and Brian Docherty (St Martin's, New York, 1995)
    • '"Essential elements in the calculation": the goshawk poems of Colin Simms', introduction to Colin Simms' Goshawk lives (Form Books, London, 1995)
    • 'Law and literature in America: an introduction' pp.1-16 in Actas do XIV Encontro da A.P.E.A.A. ed. Isabel Botto (Associação Portuguesa de Estudos Anglo-Americanos, Coimbra, Portugal, 1995)
    • 'Wake pleasures' Critical Quarterly 37/1 (Manchester, 1995) 90 (not seen)
  • 1997
    • 'The lethal believer & the lethal society: Don DeLillo's investigations of leader and crowd' Talus 9-10 (London, 1997) 6-29
    • 'Meios ao dispor da poética' Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais 47 (Coimbra, Portugal, 1997) 39-54
  • 1998
    • 'Browning and law', pp.101-117 in Robert Browning in contexts ed. John Woolford (Wedgestone Press, Winfield, Kansas, 1998)

3.Poetry Publications

  • Inside the whale (Writers Forum, London, 1970, as Writers Forum Quarto no. 7)
    (illustrated by Jeff Nuttall)
  • Shelter Island & The remaining world (Turret Books, London, 1971, as Tall Turret 1)
  • The he expression (Aloes Books, London, 1973)
    (illustrated by Peter Donnelly)
  • Local movement (Writers Forum, London, 1973)
  • Kent journal (prose and verse; published by author in 10 copies, 1974)
  • Two elegies(Poet & Peasant, Hayes, Middlesex, 1974)
    • 2nd edn (new format) 1976
  • Against tyranny (Poet & Peasant, Hayes, Middlesex, 1975, as item 16)
  • '1922 earth raids', and other poems 1973-1975 (New London Pride, London, 1976)
  • A faithful private (Genera, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1976, as issue 13)
  • Homage to Braque (Blacksuede Boot Press, [London], 1976)
  • Descents of love: songs of recognition(Mugshots no. 6, card in set, no publisher given, 1977)
    • (Also appeared, translated into French by Pierre Joris, in Anglo-French Poetry Translation Conference (The Poetry Society, London, 1977) p. 90)
  • Spring Ford (Pig Press Hasty Editions, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1977)
  • Tunis (Rivelin Press, Sheffield, 1977)
  • Precipice of Fishes (Writers Forum, London, 1979)
    (issued as set of A6 cards in clear plastic sheath)
  • Windsor Forest: Bill Butler in memoriam (Pig Press, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1979)
  • From shadow borders (Twisted Wrist, Paris, 1979, as publication no. 5)
  • 1980 Mediate (Zunne Heft, Maidstone, Kent, 1980)
  • A book of Herne: 1975-1981 (Arrowspire Press, Colne, Lancashire, 1981)
  • Elegies (Galloping Dog, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1981)
  • Interrogation rooms; poems 1980-1981 (Spanner, London, 1982)
  • Address (Shadowcat, [Gateshead] 1983)
    (text handwritten and illuminated by Maria Makepeace)
  • Three Letters (Spanner, London, 1984, as Open Field no. 2)
  • The legal poems: 29 December 1980-30 May 1981 (Arrowspire, Colne, Lancashire, 1986)
  • Peace projects & brief novels, 1986-1988 (Talus Editions, London, 1989)
  • Selected poems (North & South, Twickenham & Wakefield, 1989)
  • Season of monsters: poems 1989-1990 (Writers Forum, London, 1991)
  • Resistances: A homage to René Char (RWC, Sutton, 1991, as RWC 9-10)
  • Estuaries: Poems 1989-91 (Solaris, Twickenham, Middlesex, 1992)
  • Raise the wind for me: poems for Basil Bunting (Pig Press, Durham, 1992, as special issue of Staple Diet)
  • Time Sight Unseen (State University of New York at Buffalo, 1993)
  • Design origins: Masks book two, poems 1993-4 (Amra Imprint, Seaham, Co. Durham, 1994)
  • Inheritance: Masks book one, poems 1993-1994 (Writers Forum, London, 1994)
  • Double your stakes: Masks book three (RWC, London, 1995)
  • Hyderabad depositions (University of Salzburg Press, 1997)
  • Periodical contests: Masks book four (Anarcho Press, Badninish, Sutherland, with Mainstream, St Albans, Hertfordshire, 1997)
  • Limits of self-regard (Talus Editions, King's College London, 1998)

4.Individual Poems in journals and anthologies

  • 1959
    • 'The cat sat on the mat' Poetry 93 (Chicago, 1959) 306-307
      (cf. diary entry for 16 July 1958, and 9 Feb 1959 'My first payment for a poem-a cheque for $15 (about £4).')
  • 1961
    • 'Take me to your leader' Lucifer 59 (King's College, London, 1961) 30
  • 1962
    • 'Meet in the corpse', ''There was new on'', 'Worn to / ruins...' Lucifer no issue number (King's College, London, Lent, 1962) 16-17
  • 1964
    • 'Provincetown' Centigrade 3 (King's College, London, 1964) 20
  • 1968
    • 'Body calendars', 'Discovery information' Eleventh Finger 4 (Forest Row, Sussex, 1968) 18-19
  • 1969
    • 'Armed men', 'Maps' Intrepid 11-12 (Buffalo, New York, 1969) 107-115
  • 1970
    • 'Good life' Anonym 5-6 (Buffalo, New York, 1970) 25-28
  • 1971
    • 'To the Indian poets: 1968', 'Underground' Intrepid 18-19 (Buffalo, New York, 1971) 88-95
    • 'Two poems: Armed men, (and) Brighton & Hove Albion' Lon Chaney no issue number (Brighton [1971]) unpaginated
  • 1972
    • 'Counterjustice' Sixpack 2 (London, 1972) 13-17 'Kent Diptych' ('Invasion', 'Return room') Toucan 3/1-3 (Kent, Ohio, 1972) unpaginated
    • 'On a letter from Oregon', 'Islamic mosaic near Jericho', 'A "Picture"' Human Issue 3/3 (Kent, Ohio, 1972) 28-30
    • 'Underground: beginning from a passage in Neruda', 'Gardiner's Island' Intrepid 23-24 (Buffalo, New York, 1972) 2-6
  • 1973
    • 'Left for California: the slow awakening' Sixpack 5 (London & Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, 1973) unpaginated
    • 'Profession' When the last trumpet sounded ed. Mike Dobbie as Poet and Peasant 5 (Hayes, Middlesex, 1973) unpaginated
    • 'Schneebaum snow tree' WF100 ed. Bob Cobbing and John Rowan (Writers Forum, London, 1973) unpaginated
    • 'Uncertainty of West', 'Ancestor variants' Second Aeon 15 (Cardiff, 1973) 57-58
    • 'What is to be done' Poetry presented by Transgravity 4 (London, 17 Oct, no year given but pre-1974)
  • 1974
    • 'Concord of Fludd: Homage to Diter Rot' Strange Fæces 10 part B (no place of publication given, 1973-1974) 10-13
    • 'Elegy 2: for Paul Blackburn' Sixpack 7-8 (London & Lake Toxaway, North Carolina, 1974) 200-204
    • 'Northumberland dark event', 'Crete', '"Fanatacism is when you redouble your effort, having forgotten your aim"', pp. 72-75 in Conference booklet to Polytechnic of Central London Modern British Poetry Conference (31 May-2 Jun 1974)
    • 'Tropics' pp. 198-199 in Active anthology ed. George Quasha (The Sumac Press, Fremont, Michigan, 1974)
  • 1975
    • 'Starless edge' in Fix 2 (Hayes, Middlesex, 1975) unpaginated
    • 'To the snowline' Shelley's 3 (Kent, Ohio, 1975) 60-61
  • 1976
    • 'The apples of Paris' Alembic 4 (London, 1975-1976) 19-22
    • 'A line of enquiry' (from The book of Herne) Third week in September (Arvon Foundation, Lumb Bank, 1976) unpaginated
    • 'But it does change', 'Elegy 3: Parker' Branch Redd Review 1 ((London)
    • 'Year of the Snake' i. e. 1976) unpaginated
    • 'Elegy 6','The way of Miyamoto Musashi', 'Howard Vincent's 75th birthday' Fix 3 (Hayes, Middlesex, 1976) 29-35
    • 'Elegy 7: David Jones', 'A revolution: Elegy 8-for Bela Bartok', 'Homage to Ferenc Juhász' (all from A Book of Herne) Pod 1 (Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 1976) 39-44
    • 'Elegy 10: Lorca' in Curtains, le prochain step 14-17 (Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, 1976) 154-155
    • 'Green Man: from A book of Herne' in leaflet A freebook: one poem four poems & a bit more accompanying a reading at the White Swan, London, 1 Dec 1976
    • 'Moving through here' Jam 2 (King's College, London, 1976) 18-19
    • 'Raids: knot and keel' pp. 230-236 in A decade and then some: contemporary literature-1976 ed. Allen De Loach (Intrepid 25-35, Buffalo, New York, 1976)
  • 1977
    • 'Elegy 9: Gramsci', 'Herne's descent-from A Book of Herne' in Alembic 6 (Orpington, Kent, 1977) 45-50
    • 'from "Matrix"' (from A book of Herne), pp. 81-84 in Conference booklet of Polytechnic of Central London British Poetry Conference ('Inheritance, Landscape, Location'), June 1977 pp. 81-84
    • 'Matrix-from A book of Herne' Saturday Morning 4 (London, 1977) unpaginated
    • 'Wing commanded salutation'in Madeira and toasts: for Basil Bunting's 75th birthday ed. Jonathan Williams (The Jargon Society, Dentdale and Highlands, North Carolina, 1977 for 1975, as Jargon 66) unpaginated
  • 1978
    • 'Elegy 15: Neruda' in Spanner 13 (London, 1978) unpaginated
    • 'Two poems from A book of Herne' ('Pierre Vidal the wolf', 'Herne the Hunter'); '3 poems from The dark time' Rune 2 (London, 1978) 14-17
  • 1979
    • 'Against tyranny: Elegy 4' in New Wilderness Letter 7 (New York, 1979) 36-37
    • 'Deer hunt-from A book of Herne' Soma 1 (Colchester, Essex, 1979) 21-22
    • 'Elegy 12: Modigliani' and 'The secret adventures of order: Poussin' in Adam: internatonal review 419-421 (London, 1979) 39, 51
    • 'Elegy 14: Zukofsky', 'Elegy 16: Catling', 'Elegy 18: Jackson Pollock as Herne' Alembic 8 (Orpington, Kent, 1979) 1-6
    • 'Midsummer: the longest day' (from A book of Herne) Windows 7 (Eastbourne, Sussex, 1979) unpaginated
    • 'Pollock record' P. S. (Primary sources on the international performing arts) 2 (London, 1979) 12-13
    • 'Spicer: elegy', 'Friends, writers' Maxy's Journal 2 (Nashville, Tennessee, 1979) 38-40
  • 1980
    • 'Close out mystification: bring on the bread' pp. 23-26 Fool's House... work from 14 London-based poets not invited to the Polytechnic of Central London Politics & Poetry Conference June 1980 ed. Allen Fisher (Spanner, London, 1980)
    • 'Terre: Hommes: Anges' translation by Pierre Joris of 'Earth: men: angels', as dual text at pp. 77-91 in Voix-Off / Angleterreed. Pierre Jean Buffy (Editions du Castor Astral, Talence, Bordeaux, 1980);
      • reprinted in Interstice 2 (London, 1997) 9-13
    • 'When the days: from Jauffre Rudel' in Bunting at eighty (Coventry Arts Centre, University of Warwick, 1980) (not seen)
  • 1981
    • 'A revolution: Elegy 8, for Béla Bartók', 'New Year 1977: for Gyula Illyés', 'Homage to Ferenc Juhász' pp. 72-77 in 'Four Poets' in The New Hungarian Quarterly 82 (Budapest, 1981) 72-83
    • 'Nutt's Castle' pp. 38-39 in The Kilpeck Anthology ed. Glen Storhaug (Five Season Press, Madley, Herefordshire, 1981)
    • 'The legal poems, Dec 29, 1980-May 30, 1981' (i. e. nos. 1-16), Figs 7-8 (New Malden, Surrey, 1981) unpaginated
  • 1983
    • 'Deep erasure', 'Address 2 (1982)' Figs 9 (New Malden, Surrey, 1983) unpaginated
    • 'Three poems' ('Letter to Colin Simms', 'Letter to Jerome Rothenberg', 'Letter to Thomas A. Clark') North Dakota Quarterly 51/4 (1983) 57-60
  • 1984
    • 'Homage to Ferenc Juhász', pp. 183-189, '1922', pp. 213-221, 'Elegy 10: Lorca' pp. 293-297, 'Spicer: Elegy 13' pp. 329-331 in Matières d'Angleterre: anthologie bilingue de la nouvelle poésie anglaise ed. Pierre Joris & Paul Buck (Trois Cailloux, Amiens, Picardy, 1984)
      (includes English text and a French version by Pierre Joris)
  • 1985
    • 'from Paul Green's poem', in Variations / various artists (Spectacular Diseases, Peterborough, Cambs., 1985) unpaginated
  • 1986
    • 'Peace projects 2-5' in section 'The authority of Eric Mottram' Angel Exhaust 6 (Southend, Essex, 1986) 51-56
    • '"Raise the wind for me"' pp. 15-16 in A dog's nose: Basil Bunting 1900/1985 ed. Michael Farley (Taxvs, Leicester, 1986)
  • 1987
    • 'Peace project 6', 'Peace project 7', 'from Conrad poems', First Offense 2 (Stodmarsh, Kent, 1987) 27-32
    • 'Talus' Talus 1 (London, 1987) 5-6 Reprinted in Oasis 72 (London, May 1995) 9
    • 'Three poems'('Return from expedition', 'Learn fears', 'Healing'), Talus 2 (London, 1987) 105-109
  • 1988
    • 'A letter to Robert Duncan' Talus 3 (London, 1988) 4
    • 'Brief novel 3', '"Smell of canyon rain storm"', 'Peace project 5' pp. 201-206 in
    • The New British Poetry (Paladin, London, 1988)
    • 'Still live 1986' First Offense 4 (Stodmarsh, Kent, 1988) 45-46
  • 1989
    • 'Prospector' and 'Vermeer' in First Offense 5 (Stodmarsh, Kent, 1989) 23-25
  • 1990
    • 'The first poem in a new and unpublished book tentatively called SUN', 'Courbet: Elegy 8', 'Twentyeighth legal'. The Journal of Comparative Poietics (Revue de Poïétique Comparée) 1/1 (Paris, 1989-1990) 51-54
      (with translations of 2nd and 3rd poems into French by T. Wignesan ibid. pp. 55-56)
    • 'For Basil Bunting 2' pp. 98-99 in High on the Walls: a Modern Tower anthology ed. Gordon Brown (Morden Tower and Bloodaxe Books, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1990)
    • 'Four explorations' Branch Redd Review 5 (Philadelphia, 1990) 6-8
  • 1991
    • 'Spring 1953: years of pilgrimage', 'Deer hunt', 'Talus' pp. 119-124 in Fire Readings: a collection of contemporary writing from the Shakespeare & Company Fire Benefit Readings ed. David Applefield, Richard Hallward, T. Wignesan (Frank Books, Vincennes, Paris, 1991)
  • 1992
    • 'An attempt to resist' and three poems opening 'warm as dawn discloses...', 'sea shore gray salt', and 'to this night with unendable.' in Situations 1/1 (Buffalo, New York, 1992) unpaginated
  • 1993
    • 'Beware the hundred percent loyal' p. 76 in Klaonica: poems for Bosnia ed. Ken Smith & Judi Benson (Bloodaxe, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1993)
  • 1994
    • 'Two poems' ('Reports', 'Virtual P. C.'), Graven Images: a journal of culture, law, and the sacred 1 (Madison, Wisconsin, 1994) 226-229
  • 1995
    • 'Loyalty to fear of the sea...' p.64 and 'Abercastle Bay March 23 1990' p.66, with Portuguese translation, in Poesia do mundo ed. Maria Santos (Edições Afrontamento, Porto, Portugal, 1995)
  • 1997
    • selected poems, pp. 427-539 in Worlds of new measure: an anthology of five contemporary British poets ed. Clive Bush (Talus Editions, London, 1997)
  • 1998
    • 'Exercise time' Sub Voicive Poetry 1998 no. 1 (London) 10-14
  • 1999
    • 'Elegy 11: Ford', 'Zuni dancers' pp.158-162 in Other: British and Irish poetry since 1970 ed. Richard Caddel and Peter Quartermain (Wesleyan University Press, Hanover, New Hampshire, 1999).

5.Translations

  • Translations by Mottram & Will Rowe '(Garcia) Lorca: Oda a Walt Whitman' Ecuatorial 3 (London, 1980) 4-11
  • Translations by Mottram and Miklos Vajda of poems by Ottó Orbán The New Hungarian Quarterly 86 (Budapest, 1982) 88-93 ('Poet in the 70s', 'On resurrection', 'A nice little war', 'Ginsberg in Budapest')
  • Translation by Mottram and Miklos Vajda, 'Ginsberg in Budapest' by Ottó Orbán' Translation 15 (New York, 1985) 136-137
  • Translations by Mottram and Miklos Vajda of poems by Judit Kemenczky The New Hungarian Quarterly 98 (Budapest, 1985) 86-94 ('Opening game or the No of gods and poets', 'Hiakoodzho's fox', 'Flags at the frontier')
    • Reprinted in Gare du Nord 2 (Paris, 1987) 21-27, with note by Bill Griffiths
  • Translations by Mottram and Miklos Vajda of poems by Ottó Orbán The New Hungarian Quarterly 110 (Budapest, 1988) 54-56 ('Europe', 'America', 'The dazzling difference in size', 'The decision') 'Europe' was reprinted in Ottó Orbán The blood of the Walsungs: selected poems ed. George Szirtes (Bloodaxe Books, Newcastle upon Tyne and Corvina Press, Budapest, 1993) p. 58
  • 'Beware the hundred percent loyal' in César Vallejo: translations, transformations, tributes ed. Richard Price, Stephen Watts (Southfields and Au Quai, Staines, Middlesex, 1998) p. 34

6.Collaborations

  • with Larry Wallrich as joint editors of For Bill Butler (Wallrich Books, London, 1970)
    (a poetry anthology)
  • with Malcolm Bradbury as joint editors of The Penguin companion to literature. 3. U. S. A. (Penguin, London, 1971)
    • Reprinted as The Avenel Companion to English and American Literature, vol. 2 (Avenel Books, New York, 1981)
  • 'Christopher Crickmay in collaboration with Eric Mottram' Boundaries 1 and 2
    (notes to accompany two talks by Mottram for the Open University, recorded in London, June 1977)
  • with Peter Hodgkiss as joint editors of 'Mr Bunting and the critics', Poetry Information 19 (1978) pp. 65-69
  • with Paul Buck, Cris Cheek, Pierre Joris, Lawrence Upton: 'Essay/collage and commentaries' Spanner 19 (London, 1980) 198-219
  • with Christopher Brookeman on script for educational videotape The American experience. 1. The American West: myths and realities (Polymedia, The Polytechnic of Central London, 1984)
  • with Gavin Selerie as joint editors of The Riverside interviews: 4-Jerome Rothenberg (Binnacle Press, London, 1985)
  • with Jerome Rothenbergand Gavin Selerie, 'Culture and translation' pp. 171-177 in Translations: experiments in reading ed. Donald Wellman, Cola Franzen & Irene Turner (Cambridge, 1986) (not seen)
  • some role in preparing the article 'Amazing Mr Carr and the Quince Tree Press' by David Moller, Reader's Digest March 1990, 68-72, as indicated by accompanying letter from Reader's Digest (Archive document 3/1)
  • with David Applefield, Richard Hallward, T. Wignesan as editors of Fire Readings: a collection of contemporary writing from the Shakespeare & Company Fire Benefit Readings (Frank Books, Vincennes, 1991)

7.Interviews by

  • 'A conversation with Marshall McLuhan' pp. 42-47 in 'The world and Marshall McLuhan' Journal of Canadian Studies 1/2 (Peterborough, Ontario, 1966) 37-54
  • 'The pleasures of chaos: August 17, 1972, interview between Eric Mottram and John Cage' Spanner 1 (London, 1974) 2-15
  • 'Out Land: conversation with Basil Bunting' The Listener (London, 28 Aug 1975)
  • Snack (Aloes Books, London, 1975)
    (transcripts of two tapes: tape one a radio broadcast [1964] by Eric Mottram, pp. 2-9; tape two a meeting between Mottram and William Burroughs, pp. 10-34)
    • French version: 'Rencontre avec William Burroughs' Les Langues Modernes vol. 59 (Paris, 1965) 79-83
    • Translated into Spanish in Pre-Textos (Valencia, 1978) (not seen)
  • 'Lee Harwood-Eric Mottram: a conversation-9 Oct 1972' Poetry Information 14 (London, 1975-1976) 4-16
  • 'Conversation with Roy Fisher' Saturday Morning 1 (London, 1976) unpaginated
  • 'Call it "Something else"': Dick Higgins in conversation with Eric Mottram, 14. 2. 73, Kensington Palace Hotel, London' Spanner 9 (London, 1977) 157-181
  • 'Composition and performance in the work of Bob Cobbing-a conversation' Kontexts (11) (Amsterdam, 1977) 15-19, special issue titled Kontextsound
  • 'Performances: Eric Mottram's conversation with Jeff Nuttall' Square One 1 (London, 1977) 4,9,12
    (note: the London address given by this magazine is Mottram's own)
  • 'Conversation with Basil Bunting on the occasion of his 75th birthday, 1975' Poetry Information19 (London, 1978) 3-10
    • Translated into Spanish by Martha Block as 'Conversacíon con Basil Bunting' in Poesía y Poética 6 (Verano 1991) 3-12
  • 'Poets from North East England: Barry MacSweeney, Tom Pickard, Ken Smith' Poetry Information 18 (London, 1978) 21-68
    (interviews)

For interview of Jerome Rothenberg, see under collaborations, above.

8.Interviews of

  • 'An interview with poet, Eric Mottram' Jam 2 (King's College, London, 1976) 26-30
  • 'An interview with Eric Mottram 2' Jam 3 (King's College, London, 1976) 41-50
  • 'Education for innovation-the arts, politics and teaching: a discussion with Professor Eric Mottram' Paul A. Green & Robin Peel Negative Entropy 2 (Torquay, Devon, 1981) unpaginated
  • 'Roving man of culture studies'-interview of Mottram by Meera Shenoy in The Indian Express 2 Oct 1984
  • Conversation between Allen Fisher & Mottram used as material in essay 'Necessary business: J. H. Prynne, Eric Mottram, Cris Cheek' by Fisher, published as Spanner 25 (London, 1985) 171-247
  • 'The interview' (by Steven Pereira) in feature 'The authority of Eric Mottram' Angel Exhaust 6 (Southend, Essex, 1986) 56-62
  • 'Interview' pp. 13-42 in Prospect into breath: interviews with North & South writers ed. Peterjon Skelt (North & South, Twickenham & Wakefield, 1991)
  • 'Eric Mottram' Poetic Briefs: Interview issue (Buffalo, New York, 1992) unpaginated
    (Mottram interviewed by Mark Wallace)
  • 'The North and South interview, part 1' pp. 7-33 in 'Live All You Can': Interview and essay by Eric Mottram ed. Peterjon Skelt (Solaris, Twickenham, 1992)
  • 'Beat ambassador' Beat Scene 17 (Coventry, 1993) 9-15
    (interview by Tom Evans)
  • '"Beware the hundred per cent loyal" The Poet's Voice n.s.2/2 (Bath, 1995) 55-63
    (part of interview by Wolfgang Görtschacher, 1993)
  • Our education is political (Mainstream, Sutton, Surrey 1997)
    (Mottram interviewed by Dr Wolfgang Görtschacher, 1993)

9.Studies of

  • 'Eric Mottram' by Pierre Joris Poetry Information 15 (London, 1976) 23-25
  • Clive Bush '"Magnificent organization": beyond the nature of authority and the authority of Nature in the poetry of Eric Mottram' in feature 'The authority of Eric Mottram' Angel Exhaust 6 (Southend, Essex, 1986) 42-51
  • 'Profile: at the edge of darkness: Brian Morton on Eric Mottram' Times Higher Education Supplement no. 855 (London, 24 Mar 1989)
  • [T. Wignesan] 'Curriculum vitae' and 'The complete Eric Mottram bibliography' The Journal of Comparative Poïetics (Revue de Poïétique Comparée) 1/1 (Paris, 1989-1990) 45-49, 56-63
  • Clive Bush 'From space to caves in the heart: recreating the collective world in Eric Mottram's poetry', The Journal of Comparative Poïetics (Revue de Poïétique Comparée) 1/2-3 (Paris, 1990-1991) 47-67
  • [T. Wignesan] 'Supplement to Eric Mottram's works list in vol. 1 no. 1 (1989-90)' in The Journal of Comparative Poïetics (Revue de Poïétique Comparée) 1/2-3 (Paris, 1990-1991) 68
  • William Sylvester: biographical note, selected list of publications and article on Mottram's Selected Poems (North & South, Twickenham, 1989), pp. 679-681 in Contemporary poets ed. Tracy Chevalier (St James Press, London, 5th edition, 1991)
  • Live all you can: interview and essay by Eric Mottram ed. Peterjon Skelt (Solaris, Twickenham, Middlesex, 1992)
  • Clive Bush '"This uncertain content of an obscure enterprise of form": Eric Mottram, America and Cultural Studies', pp. 145-168 in A permanent etcetera: Cross-cultural perspectives on Post-War America ed. A. Robert Lee (Pluto Press, London and Boulder, Colorado, 1993)
  • A. Robert Lee 'Introduction' pp. vi-viii in A permanent etcetera: Cross-cultural perspectives on Post-War America ed. A. Robert Lee (Pluto Press, London and Boulder, Colorado, 1993)
  • Clive Bush 'Eric Mottram and the poetics of protest' The Poet's Voice n.s.2/2 (Bath, 1995) 64-70 (an extract from Out of dissent, Talus, London, 1996)
  • Tribute by Jeff Nuttall in First Offense 10 (Stodmarsh, Kent, 1996) 52-53
  • Bill Griffiths 'Some evidence of Eric', First Offense 10 (Stodmarsh, Kent, 1996) 56-58
  • Lawrence Upton 'Not Uncle Eric', First Offense 10 (Stodmarsh, Kent, 1996) 59-62
  • Andrew Duncan 'Agitator blues: Eric Mottram (1924-95)', Angel Exhaust 12 (Cambridge, 1996)
  • Clive Bush 'A bird in Persepolis: Eric Mottram' pp. 417-532 in Out of dissent: A study of five contemporary British poets (Talus Editions, London, 1997)

10.Reviews of

  • review of BBC Third Programme discussion, featuring Eric Mottram, on 'William Burroughs and The Algebra of Need' (8-8.30 pm, 9 Mar 1964) by Arthur Calder-Marshall in The Listener 19 Mar 1964
  • review of The Rexroth Reader in Chapman 2/2 (Summer 1972) 18
  • review of Shelter Island by Lyman Andrews in Sunday Times 5 Mar 1972
  • review of The Penguin companion to American literature by Kirby Congdon in Américas 25/3 (Washington, D. C., 1973) p. 38, as 'A good companion'
  • review of The he expression in Time Out (London, 9-15 Nov 1973)
  • review of William Burroughs... by Colin MacCabe, Red Letters 7 (London, 1978) 73-74
  • review of Windsor Forest by Ken Edwards in Reality Studios 2 (London, 1979) 9-11
  • review of Precipice of fishes by Jeff Nuttall in The Guardian 15 Dec 1979
  • review of A book of Herne by Jim Burns in Ambit 89 (London, 1982) 69
  • review of A book of Herne by Jeff Nuttall in The Artful Reporter 45 (Manchester, Feb 1982) 13
  • review of A book of Herne by Nick Kimberley in City Limits (London, 14-20 May 1982)
  • review of A book of Herne by Gavin Selerie in Palantir 22 (Preston, Lancashire, 1982) 44-48
  • review of Interrogation rooms by Ken Edwards in City Limits (London, 6-12 May 1983) 71
  • review of Herman Melville: reassessments by Lyman Andrews in British Book News July 1984 p 429
  • review by David Sanjeh 'Eric Mottram, Blood on the Nash Ambassador: investigations in American culture', American Quarterly 42/4 (1990) 684-691
  • Stuart Kidd 'Eric Mottram: cultural studies, post-method. (review article)' in Journal of American Studies 24 (Cambridge, 1990) 117-119
  • review of Selected poems (1989) by Simon Smith, in Fragmente 1 (Oxford, 1990) 38-40
  • review of Selected poems (1989), in Poetry Listing 3 (Birmingham)

11.Anthologies and items dedicated to Mottram

  • ed. A. Robert Lee A permanent etcetera: Cross-cultural perspectives on Post-War America ed. A. Robert Lee (Pluto Press, London and Boulder, Colorado, 1993)
    ('In honour of Eric Mottram')
  • ed. Bill Griffiths & Bob Cobbing Motley for Mottram: tributes to Eric Mottram on his 70th birthday (Amra Imprint, Seaham, Co. Durham and Writers Forum, London, 1994)
  • ed. Peterjon & Yasmin Skelt Alive in parts of this century: Eric Mottram at 70 (North & South, Twickenham and Wakefield, 1994)
  • Poesia do mundo ed. Maria Santos (Edições Afrontamento, Porto, Portugal, 1995). Anthology 'in memoriam Eric Mottram', with two of his poems in English and Portuguese
  • Lawrence Upton Letters to Eric and some postcards (poems) (Form Books, London, 1997)
  • Jeff Nuttall, poem 'In memory of Eric Mottram' Talus 9-10 (London, 1997) 3-5.
    (This whole issue of Talus Magazine is noted as 'In memoriam Eric Mottram')

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