ANSELM HOLLO, 1934 –

 

Sateiden Väillä.  Helsinki:  Otava, 1956.

 

St. Texts and Finnpoems.  Worchester, UK & Ventura, CA:  Migrant Press, 1961. 

 

The Minicab War, by Hollo, Gregory Corso, and Tom Raworth.  London:  Matrix Press, 1961.

 

Kaddish, by Allen Ginsberg, translated into German by Hollo.  Wiesbaden:  Limes, 1962.

 

Red Cats, by Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Andrei Voznesensky, and Semyon Kirsanov, translated by Hollo.  San Francisco:  City Lights, 1962.  Pocket Poets Series, no. 16.

 

Some Poems, by Paul Klee, translated by Hollo.  Lowestoft, Suffolk:  Scorpion Press, 1962; San Francisco:  City Lights, 1963. 

 

Jazz Poems, edited by Hollo.  London:  Vista, 1963.

 

In der Fluchtigen Hand der Zeit:  Gedichte Zweisprachig, by Gregory Corso, translated into German by Hollo.  Wiesbaden:  Limes, 1963.  Translations of The Vestal Lady of Brattle, Gasoline, The Happy Birthday of Death, and Long Live Man.

 

Huuto ja Muita Runoja, by Allen Ginsberg, translated into Finnish by Hollo.  Turku, Finland:  Tajo, 1963.

 

Kuolema van Goghin Korvalle, by Allen Ginsberg, translated into Finnish by Hollo.  Turku, Finland:  Tajo, 1963.

 

History, with drawings by Ken Lansdowne and Gregory.  London:  Matrix Press, 1963.  350 copies.

 

Negro Verse, edited by Hollo.  London:  Vista, 1964.

 

Selected Poems, by Andrei Voznesensky, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Grove Press, 1964.

 

Das Manilaseil:  Roman, by Viejo Meri, translated from Finnish into German by Hollo.  München:  Carl Hanser, 1964.

 

& It Is a Song:  Poems.  Birmingham:  Migrant Press, 1965.  45 copies.

 

Faces & Forms.  London:  Ambit, 1965.  Limited issue of 60 copies and trade issue.

 

Here We Go.  London:  Strangers Press, 1965. 

 

Words from the North:  New Poetry from Finland, edited and translated by Hollo.  Blackburn, Lancs.:  Poetmeat/ London:  Strangers Press, 1965.

 

The Claim.  London:  Goliard, 1966.  150 copies.

 

Jungle of Cities, by Bertolt Brecht, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Grove Press, 1966.

 

The Going-on Poem.  London:  Writers Forum, 1966.  Writers Forum Quartos, no. 1.

 

491, by Lars Gorling, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Grove Press, 1966.

 

Hispanjalainen Jakovainaa, by John Lennon, translated into Finnish by Hollo.  Helsinki:  Otava, 1966.

 

The Trees of Vietnam, by Matti Rossi, translated by Hollo.  Mexico City:  El Corno Emplumado, 1966.  1,000 copies. 

 

Buffalo – Isle of Wight Power Cable.  Buffalo:  State University of New York at Buffalo, Department of English, 1967.  Broadside.  110 copies.

 

Leaf Times.  Exeter:  University of Exeter, 1967.

 

Helsinki:  Selected Poems, by Pentti, Saarikoski, translated by Hollo.  London:  Rapp & Whiting/Chicago:  Swallow Books, 1967.

 

Isadora, and Other Poems.  London:  Writer’s Forum, 1967. 

 

The Man in the Tree Top Hat, with illustrations by Barry Hall.  London:  Turrett Books, 1968.  250 copies.

 

The Coherences, with drawings by Tom Phillips.  London:  Trigram Press, 1968.  100 copies. 

 

Haiku:  A Strange Life, by John Esam; 17 x 17, by Hollo; My Son the Haiku Writer, by Tom Raworth.  London:  Trigram Press, 1968.  1,000 copies.   

 

Selected Poems, by Paavo Haavikko, translated by Hollo.  London:  Cape Golliard, 1968; New York:  Grossman, 1968.  1,400 copies.

 

Tumbleweed:  Poems.  Toronto:  Weed-Flower Press, 1968. 

 

Doubletalk, by Hollo and Ted Berrigan.  Iowa City:  T.G. Miller, 1969.  240 copies. 

 

In the Dark, Move Slowly, by Tuomas Anhava, translated by Hollo.  London:  Cape Goliard, 1969.

 

Waiting for a Beautiful Bather:  Ten Poems.  Milwaukee:  Morgan Press, 1969.  300 copies.

 

Lover Man, with drawings by René Magritte.  [s.l.]:  The Dead Languages [196-?].

 

Maya:  Works 1959-1969.  London:  Cape Goliard, 1970.  Limited issue of 50 copies and trade issue. 

 

America del Norte and Other Peace Herb Poems.  Toronto:  Weed-Flower Press, 1970.  350 copies.

 

Paterson, by William Carlos Williams, translated into German by Hollo and Josephine Clare.  Stuttgart & Darmstadt:  Goverts Verlag, 1970. 

 

Thrymskvitha, translated from Old Icelandic by Hollo and Sidney Berger.  Iowa City:  Windhover Press, University of Iowa, 1970.  200 copies.

 

Message.  Santa Barbara:  Unicorn Press, 1970.  Postcard.  Limited issue of 30 copies and trade issue.

 

Swirl.  Santa Barbara:  Unicorn Press, 1971.  Broadside.  Unicorn Broadsheet series, no. 6.

 

The Twelve, and Other Poems, by Aleksandr Blok, translated by Hollo.  Lexington, KY:  Gnomen Press, 1971. 

 

American Mirrors.  [s.l.]:  Athanor Books, 1972.

 

Sensation.  Canton, NY:  Institute of Further Studies, 1972.  A Curriculum of the Soul, no. 27.

 

Alembic.  London:  Trigram, 1972.  Limited issue of 100 copies and trade issue. 

 

Smoke Writing (For Albert Glover).  Storrs:  University of Connecticut Library, 1973.  150 copies.

 

Spring Cleaning Greens, from Notebooks, 1967-1973.  Bowling Green, OH:  Doones, 1973. 

 

Turbines:  Twenty-One Poems, by Tomaz Salamun, translated by the author with assistance from Hollo and Eliot Anderson.  Iowa City:  Windhover Press, 1973.  275 copies.

 

Some Words.  New Rochelle, NY:  Elizabeth Press, 1974.  300 copies.

 

Querelle, by Jean Genet, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Grove Press, 1974.

 

Anselm Hollo.  Center Conway, NH:  Walker’s Pond Press, 1975.  Black Book, no. 1.

 

Beautiful Days:  A Novel, by Franz Innerhofer, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Urizen, 1976.

 

The Further Experiences of Emmanuelle, by Emmanuelle Arsan, translated by Hollo.  London:  Hart-Davis, MacGibbon, 1976.

 

Small Change:  A Film Novel, by François Truffaut, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Grove Press, 1976.

 

Sojoumer Microcosms:  New and Selected Poems, 1959-1977.  Berkeley, CA:  Blue Wind Press, 1977.  Limited issue of 500 copies and trade issue.

 

Heavy Jars.  West Branch, IA:  Toothpaste Press, 1977.  Limited issue of 100 copies and trade issue of 1,300 copies.

 

Phantom Pod, by Hollo, Joe Cardarelli, and Kirby Malone.  Baltimore:  Pod Books, 1977.

 

Years of Apprenticeship on the Couch:  Fragments of My Psychoanalysis, by Tilmann Moser, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Urizen Books/London:  Pluto Press, 1977.

 

Lingering Tangos.  Baltimore:  Tropos Press, 1977.  300 copies.

 

Curious Data.  Buffalo, NY:  White Pine Press, 1978. 

 

Lunch in Fur.  St. Paul, MN:  Truck Press, 1978.  500 copies.

 

with ruth in mind.  Barrytown, NY:  Station Hill Press, 1979.  1,500 copies.

 

Modern Swedish Poetry in Translation, edited by Hollo and Gunnar Harding, translated by Hollo.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1979.

 

The Industrialized Traveller, by Wolfgang Schivelbusch, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Urizen Books, 1979.

 

Letters to a Friend, by Rosa Luxemburg, translated by Hollo.  London:  Pluto Press, 1979.

 

My Name Is Rod Magnet.  Baltimore: Broadsheet Press, 1979.  700 copies.

 

For Instance.  New York:  Hard Press [197-?].  Broadside.

 

Hard as Nails.  New York:  Hard Press [197-?].  Broadside.

 

Quatrain.  New York:  Hard Press [197-?].  Broadside.

 

Southwest Minnesota.  [s.l., s.n., 197-?].  Broadside.

 

Vision.  New York:  Hard Press [197-?].  Broadside.

 

Finite Continued, with photos by David Abrams.  Berkeley, CA:  Blue Wind Press, 1980.  Limited and trade issues.

 

She Sat, Looking, with an illustration by Giordano.  New York:  Hard Press [1980?].  Broadside.

 

No Complaints:  Poems.  West Branch, IA:  Toothpaste Press, 1983.  1,075 copies.

 

Poems 1958-1980, by Pentti Saarikoski, translated by Hollo.  West Branch, IA:  Toothpaste Press, 1983.

 

August Strindberg, by Olaf Lagercrantz, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1984; London & Boston:  Faber & Faber, 1984. 

 

Pick Up the House:  New and Selected Poems.  Minneapolis:  Coffee House Press, 1986.

 

I, Eternal Child:  Paintings and Poems, by Egon Schiele, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Grove Press, 1988. 

 

Kullervo’s Story, by Paavo Haavikko, translated by Hollo.  Helsingissä:  Art House, 1989.

 

Near Miss Haiku:   Praises, Laments, Aphorisms, Reports.  Chicago:  Yellow Press, 1990.

Outlying Districts:  Poems.  St. Paul, MN:  Coffee House Press, 1990.

 

Space Baltic:  The Science Fiction Poems, 1962-1987.  Mountain View, CA:  Ocean View Books, 1991.  Back-to-back book with Rudy Rucker’s All the Visions.

 

Blue Ceiling.  Lawrence, KS:  Tansy, 1992.  200 copies.

 

One Night Stands, by Rosa Liksom, translated by Hollo.  London & New York:  Serpent’s Tail, 1993.

 

West Is Left on the Map, illustrated by Jane Dalrymple-Hollo.  Boulder, CO:  Dead Metaphor Press, 1993.  25 copies.

 

And Still Drink More!  A Kayankaya Mystery, by Jakob Arjouni, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Fromm International, 1994.

 

Professor Marten’s Departure, by Jaan Kross, translated by Hollo.  New York:  New Press, 1994.

 

Corvus:  Poems.  Minneapolis:  Coffee House Press, 1995.

 

Survival Dancing.  Boulder, CO:  Rodent, 1995.

 

One Death to Die:  A Kayankaya Mystery, by Jakob Arjouni, translated by Hollo.  New York:  Fromm International, 1997.

 

AHOE 2:  Johnny Cash Writes a Letter to Santa Claus.  London:  Writers Forum, 1998.

 

Polemics, by Hollo, Anne Waldman, and Jack Collom.  Brooklyn:  Autonomedia, 1998.

 

Caws & Causeries around Poetry and Poets.  Albuquerque, NM:  La Alameda Press, 1999.

 

Rue Wilson Monday.  Albuquerque, NM:  La Alameda Press, 2000.

 

Five from Finland:  Mirkka Rekola, Kai Nieminen, Lauri Otonkosi, Tomi Kontio, Riina Katajavuari, edited and translated by Hollo.  London:  Reality Street Editions, 2001.

 

A Purchase in the White Botanica:  The Collected Poetry of Piero Heliczer, edited by Hollo and Gerard Melanga.  New York:  Granary Books, 2001.

 

Notes on the Possibilities and Attractions of Existence:  Selected Poems, 1965-2000.  Minneapolis:  Coffee House Press, 2001.

 

 

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