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1960-1969 1970-1979 1980-1984 1985-1989
1990-1994 1995-1999 2000-2003  

This is a list of Gerald Locklin's work from 1995 through 1999.

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"about a week after my discharge," Hospital p65

"about the only time i've ever," Active Ing p6, Mama 1(1) 1999 p23

"academics have such feeble senses of humor," Cabo p16

"according to norman holland,", Firebird Ex p19

AN ACHILLES LARYNX, Round–Up p142, Worm #143 1996 p142

ACROSS THE RIVER AND INTO THE BULLPEN, West p201

THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT, Active Ing p5, Bottomfish #18 1997 p60

THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT & OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Royal 1(2) 1997 p33

Haselmann, Ralph, Jr., Lucid #20 1998 Apr p266

ACTIVE PARTICIPANT, Penniless #7 1998 Spr p66

ACTUALLY, IT TASTES MORE EXPENSIVE THAN CHICKEN, Macao p12

AESTHETIC APPREHENSION, Hem Col p18

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN PRACTICE, Hospital p39

"after a poetry reading the other night,", Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p40

"after a radical decline," OneD #32 1999 Jan p6

"after a season of unprecedented," Bellicose 1(13) 1996 May

"after an evening of glowering at my daughter," Firebird Ex p13

"after arriving alone at the mexico city airport," Back East p27

"after i pick him up," NerveC #2 1996 Fall p13

"after numerous unsuccessful phrasings,", Zen #2 1995 Sep p6

"after reading a couple of recent reviews,", CBASB p27, New Male p6

"after reading a couple of thousand," Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p14

"after the broadcast the toad and i retire"

Starkey, David, Worm #138 1995 p86

"after the midterm we were drinking," West p201

AFTER VIEWING ZEFFIRELLI'S JANE EYRE, Round–Up p134, Worm #143 1996 p134

AFTER WATCHING THE MOVIE HEAT, Dufus p24, Sporting p40

"again, the seated mother is in black,", Mama 1(1) 1999 p24

AGAINST INTERPRETATION, Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

THE AGE BEFORE ANTIBIOTICS, West p31

Agee, Mia & Locklin, Gerald

FAINT LINES IN A DRAWING OF JIM [prose], RJA p153

"ah yes, unaddressed also:", Coagula #41 1999 Sep p52, Sporting p29, Wood #8 1998 p9

THE AIR CARE MEN, Hospital p30

ALBERT YORK: RECLINING FEMALE NUDE WITH CAT, 1978, FC p43

ALBERT YORK: WOMAN AND SKELETON, 1967, Minotaur #31 1996 p29

ALBRECHT DÜRER: ADAM AND EVE, 1508, Peaky #3 1997 Win p23

ALEXANDRA ARCHIPENKO: THE GONDOLIER, 1981, Tears #18 1996 Aut p29

ALFRED STEIGLITZ: THE FLATIRON BUILDING, 1902, FiveA #11 1999 p27

"All his life he had been fascinated/terrified by snakes.", West p96

ALL MY RELATIONS: STORIES by McILROY [rev], SISF 33(2) 1996 Spr p295

"all stars are six-pointed.", Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p141

"all the food critics hate iceberg lettuce.", Worm #142 1996 p69

"all the poets complain of her.", West p127

"All the sad young coeds sleepwalk," PNSP p203

ALL THE WAY HERE, Art Farmer p8, Zerx C #43 1997 p8

"allah be praised: a self-portrait," Art Farmer p13, Zerx C #43 1997 p13

ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL, Macao p4, Printed 31(1) 1998 p12

ALMOST LIKE BEING IN JAIL, Hospital p37

THE ALMOST PERFECT FOOD, Firebird Ex p149

ALMOST TOO SIMPLE FOR WORDS, Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

"almost two years after having given up alcohol,", Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p24

ALOHA: THE CONTINENTAL [prose], West p154

"alone, unlike napoleon, he," Running p31, Wood #5 1997 p2

"already she knows all my stories,", Firebird Ex p46

ALREADY THEY'RE STARTING, Hem Col p3

"als ich einige der letzen kritiken las," CBETT p41

ALSO, AS WOODY ALLEN DEDUCED, ALL MEN ARE SOCRATES, Macao p5, Printed 31(1) 1998 p12

ALTAR WINE, El Dor #2 1998 May p15, Sporting p46

"although i mistake moon road for," Back East p49

ALTHOUGH I'D NEVER BET ON IT, Back East p3

"although in so many ways i have been," Round–Up p127, Worm #143 1996 p127

"although i've been on my own," First #5 1997 p21

"although the artist's still alive," Wood #9 1998 p6

ALUMINUM: A SKELTONIC FOR SPOSITO, Ledge #20 1996 Win p134, Sporting p8

Alvin, Dave & GL

FOUR BEATNIKS IN A CADILLAC [interview], Sic Vice #6 1999 Apr/May p13

"always, it seems, i am in a river.", Firebird Ex p17

"the alzheimer's association sends me," Round–Up p138, Worm #143 1996 p138

AMELIA, Hem Col p38

AMERICA FIRST, Worm #138 1995 p88

AMERICAN ART AT THE END OF THE MILLENNIUM, Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33

"the american west no longer exists.", Redneck #28 1995 Spr 2p after title p

"among academics visiting foreign countries," Hem Col p18

AMONG OTHER THINGS THEY DON'T WANT TO MURDER YOU AND MARRY YOUR WIFE, Firebird Ex p115

EL AMOR BRUJO, Firebird Ex p4

AMPHIBIANS HAVE FEELINGS TOO, West p95

ANARCHY, SI; CHAOS, NO, Round–Up p100, Worm #143 1996 p100

THE ANCHORWOMAN JUST STARES AT HIM, Bellicose 1(13) 1996 May

ANCIENT MATH, West p207

"and a few months later," Macao p8, Macao p251

AND FOR MANY DAYS OF BEDPANS, Hospital p11

AND FOR YEARS I BLAMED COPPOLA, Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p19

"And here upon this brazen hill," West p9

AND I KNOW WHAT I'VE BEEN FIGHTING AGAINST ALL MY LIFE, Macao p22

AND I'M ONLY COUNTING THE WHITES, Pittsburgh p18

"and nobody seems to give a fuck.", Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p49

"and now, five years later,", Hospital p85

ANDY IN THE SKY WITH RHINESTONES, Lucid #20 1998 Apr p50

"the angel has dirty feet and,", Wood #2 1995 Fall p8

THE ANIMAL QUEENDOM, FC p41

ANOMIE, Tears #24 1999 Aut p63

ANOTHER MORONIC MOMENT, Mama 1(1) 1999 p23

ANOTHER POOR PENMANSHIP POEM, Lucid #20 1998 Apr p49

ANOTHER SOCIAL INADEQUACY, Round–Up p113, Worm #143 1996 p113

ANOTHER WORD FAILS, Wood #3 1996 p21

"answer her gaze: is innocence of," Peaky #3 1997 Win p23

ANTHONY VAN DYCK: SELF PORTRAIT, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p22

ANTON ARTAUD: SELF PORTRAIT, 1947, Angelflesh #8 1997 p20

APOCALYPSE POSTPONED

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p14

"appreciate the kinesthesis of the rearing horses.", Bottomfish #17 1996 p47

AN ARBITER OF POLITICAL CORRECTNESS, Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p15

ARE THE SOCIAL POLICE MISREPRESENTING THEIR CONSTITUENCY?, Reater #3 1999 p27

ARE THEY REPLACED AS SOON AS THEY ACQUIRE A NEW YORK ACCENT?, Round–Up p136, Worm #143 1996 p136

"are we," Minotaur #31 1996 p29

ARE WE SPEAKING THE SAME LANGUAGE?, Running p36

ARGENTEUIL: KIND OF BLUE, Firebird Ex p92

Armstrong, R. D.

THE FIRST TIME HE SAW PARIS by LOCKLIN [rev], Lummox 4(3) 1998 Mar p12

HEMINGWAY COLLOQUIUM: THE POET GOES TO CUBA by LOCKLIN [rev], Lummox 5(10) 1999 Oct p16

Arrington, Debbie

HER INNER VOICE [prose] [cites GL], PressT 1997 May 15 p.J1

"arriving inside, wet and cold,", Back East p28

THE ART ANGEL [prose], Pearl #23 1996 p16

ART FARMER SUITE, Zerx C #43 1997

ART FARMER SUITE AND OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Plastic #29 1997 Sep p43, Royal 1(2) 1997 p33

Basinski, Michael, Basinski #1 1998 May p13, Wood #9 1998 p36

Erdman, Erica, Next 5(1) 1998 Mar p26

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1997 Feb 21 p.W2

Leake, Brent T., Temple 1(2) 1997 p16

THE ART OF CONVERSATION, Running p5

ARTHUR BOYD: ANGEL SPYING ON ADAM AND EVE, 1947-48, Wood #2 1995 Fall p8

ARTHUR BOYD: MID-DAY, PULPIT ROCK, 1983, Fuck! 2(6) 1999 June p2

ARTHUR BOYD: THE GARGOYLES, 1944, Wood #2 1995 Fall p8

ARTHUR DOVE: ABSTRACTION NO. 1, 1910-1911, Simple V #1 1998 p50

ARTHUR DOVE: THE CRITIC, 1925, Wood #9 1998 p5

ARTHUR DOVE: THE RED ONE, 1944, Simple V #1 1998 p66

THE ARTICLE DOESN'T MENTION HIS FIRST FORTY YEARS, Firebird Ex p76

"an article in today's paper says," Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9, New Male p11

"an artist learns to tolerate complacency,", Active Ing p24, Wood #6 1997 p1

"as a child he was only once invited to," Firebird Ex p126

"as a kid i thought it was sad," ZZZ #18 1997 Fall p49

"as a kid whether in the world," Pittsburgh p14

"as a matter of fact,", Active Ing p5, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p100

"as a result of lung problems," Rattle #9 1998 Sum p57, Sporting p39

"as a young teacher in the 1960s," Round–Up p115, Worm #143 1996 p115

AS AMERICA CLOSES THE HYGIENE GAP, Macao p12

"as hemingway knew, who loved them,", Two Jazz p13

"as i check in at seven a.m.", Purple #2 1998? p44

AS IF HE'S APT TO HERD HOSTAGES BACK TO LONG BEACH, NOT TO MENTION THAT HONG KONG IS STILL A BRITISH COLONY, AND BRITAIN IS ONE OF THE NATIONS AT WAR WITH IRAQ, Macao p24

"as many times as i looked it up,", Tears #24 1999 Aut p63

"as soon as he discovered," Macao p12

"as the days wind down," Hem Col p4

"as the interminable bells summon me to," Running p16, West p236, Worm #137 1995 p41

AT 37, West p192

"at 4:48 we are awakened by," Worm #141 1996 p43

"at a 1950's-style dance," Firebird Ex p143, Reater #1 1997 p168

"at chuck e. cheese's," Art Farmer p10, Zerx C #43 1997 p10

"at devil's tower,", Running p37

"at first glance, yes, the ethereal gaze,", Home #45 1999 Fall/Win p17

"at first he called it simply love and pain.", ZZZ #19 1997 p21

"at five to eight on christmas eve," ZZZ #8 1995 p13

"at gandhi, in orange county,", PNSP p204

AT HOME, Art Farmer p9, Zerx C #43 1997 p9

"at home,", Back East p38

"at last he decides he has got to take action," Active Ing p23, ZZZ #13 1996 Win p19

"at last, the grail is made in hong kong.", Firebird Ex p120

AT LEAST IT GRANTS US A CULTURE, Round–Up p111, Worm #143 1996 p111

AT LOGGERHEADS, Firebird Ex p71

AT MIDNIGHT, Firebird Ex p113

"at midnight, i look up," Firebird Ex p113

"at one time basketball was my life.", West p49

AT THE ABSTRACT EXHIBITION, NerveC #6 1998 Fall p10

"at the academic christmas disco party," Angelflesh #8 1997 p11

"at the advanced age of fifty-five,", Back East p53

AT THE CHRISTENING, Macao p10

"at the dunkin' donuts," Back East p47

"at the ellsworth kelly exhibition," Reater #1 1997 p167, Sporting p22

"at the end of a photo by bruce weber, 1987:", Face p1

"at the end-of-semester party,", Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p42

"at the exhibit of the annenberg collection," Running p11

"at the hotel reception desk," Cabo p6

"at the lunch table a woman," Pink #10 1997 Sum p5

"at the natural wonder"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p9, Time Zone track 19

"at the opening of the book fair," Pittsburgh p13

AT THE PEDAGOGY PANEL, Pittsburgh p8

AT THE ROOFTOP LITERARY EVENT, Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p10

"at the y.m.c.a. pool," Happy #5 1996 Spr p25

ATTITUDE, Hospital p79

"an author i have never even met," Hospital p83

THE AUTHORITIES LEARN A NEW WORD, Sporting p10, Worm #142 1996 p69

AUTHORS [prose]

Kremer, John, OWTMYB p568

THE AXE, Pittsburgh p9

THE AZTEC TWELVE-STEP, Hospital p59

 

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BACELHAO, Macao p13

"bacelhao is the most protuguese-colonial," Macao p13

Bach, David

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p49

"back east they don't have," Back East p18

"back in the car," Art Farmer p8, Zerx C #43 1997 p8

"back in the motel," Back East p34

"back in the second grade," West p12

A BAD SIGN, Hem Col p3

Baker, William & Womack, Kenneth

RECENT WORK IN CRITICAL THEORY [prose] [GL cited], Style 33(4) 1999 p508

BANGERS, Round–Up p105, Worm #143 1996 p105

THE BANQUET AT LA TERRAZA [prose], Hem Col p16

THE BARELY BEATEN PATH, Running p9

BAROMETER RISING, Hospital p77

Basinski, Michael

ART FARMER SUITE AND OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Basinski #1 1998 May p13, Wood #9 1998 p36

DOWN AND OUT by LOCKLIN [rev], Basinski #3 1999 July p11

DYING FOR A BARGAIN by ZEPEDA & LOCKLIN [rev], Basinski #1 1998 May p34, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p66

AN INTERVIEW WITH GERALD LOCKLIN, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p1

THE MACAO/HONG KONG TRIP by LOCKLIN [rev], Basinski #1 1998 May p31, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p66, Wood #9 1998 p34

THE NEW MALE by LOCKLIN [rev], Basinski #1 1998 May p36, Wood #9 1998 p35

RUNNING INTO GER by LOCKLIN [rev], SmPrR #322/323 1999 Nov/Dec p5

BEA AND ORV, ORV AND BEA, West p136

BEAUTI-FUL & OTHER ROOMS/THE ROOMINGHOUSE MADRIGALS: EARLY SELECTED POEMS, 1946-1966 by BUKOWSKI [rev], CBASB p37, CBETT p55

BEAUTI-FUL & OTHER ROOMS/THE ROOMINGHOUSE MADRIGALS: EARLY SELECTED POEMS, 1946-1966 by BUKOWSKI [rev] [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p52

BECALMED [prose], Tears #16 1995 Oct p35

"because i recently said some nice things," Firebird Ex p166, Prop #4 1998 Win/Spr p18

"because i was kept home sick a lot as a child," Firebird Ex p61

"because i'm visiting my children and my grandchildren," Back East p17

"because the toad had never been"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p11

"a bed barely big enough for two,", Oval #3 1998? p50

BEER, West p94

BEFORE AND AFTER THE OPENING BELL, Back East p34

"before leaving i joke with my friend ray," Cabo p2

"before minimalism,", Contents #12/13 1995 p18, Running p21

DAS BEGRÄBNIS VON CHARLES BUKOWSKI [prose], CBETT p87

THE BELL LAP, Back East p49

BELLA WITH WHITE COLLAR, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p145

THE BELLS WERE RINGING FOR ME AND MY GAL, West p179

THE BEST AND BRIGHTEST, West p119

"the best thing and the worst thing," Running p27

THE BEST YEAR OF HER LIFE, Grand p124, Many Cals 2d p237, Showcase 1997 Fall p18, West p194

THE BEST YEAR OF MY LIFE, Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p14

BETRAYED BY BILL, Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER, Hem Col p35

BETTER LONG HAIR THAN SHORT, Worm #138 1995 p89

BEYOND B. F. SKINNER, Cerberus #32 1998 p19, More Jazz p17, Outlaw p415, Round–Up p128, Worm #143 1996 p128, Zerx C #46 1998 p17

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE WORK OF GERALD LOCKLIN 1963-1997 [prose]

Weber, Mark, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p62

BIG BUSINESS, Bli #6 1995 May p5

BIG MAN, Cerberus #22 1996 Mar/May p3

BIG MAN ON CANVAS by LOCKLIN [rev]

Headley, Robert, Chiron #42 1995 Spr p21

BIG WOMEN, Round–Up p119, Worm #143 1996 p119

Bing, Jonathan & Steinberg, Sybil

PUBLICATION OF NOVELLAS FROM DONNA HILBERT AND GERALD LOCKLIN [prose], PW 245(8) 1998 Feb 23 p53

"birds and," Ant #3 1996 Sum p32

THE BIRTH OF TRAGEDY FROM THE SPIRIT OF MUSIC, Firebird Ex p161, FiveA #10 1998 p6

BIRTHDAY POEM, Lucid #21 1998 May p88

"the black marine approached the bar," West p174

BLIND LEADING BLIND, Firebird Ex p73, West p234

"blue and green," Bli #6 1995 May p7

BLUE BOY, Firebird Ex p125

"a blue dragon:", Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p48

THE BLUE NUN AND I GO TO A BALLGAME, Joyful p63

THE BLUE NUN AND I GO TO THE FARMER'S MARKET, Joyful p84

"blues and reds will mingle but not mix.", Brouhaha #14 1998 July p21

BLUE/YELLOW/RED, 1970, Firebird Ex p69

"the blurb for," Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p17

BLURRY MORNING VISION, Dockernet #22 1999 Sum p1

LA BODEQUITA, Hem Col p10

THE BODEQUITA [art], Hem Col p.x

Bogen, Laurel Ann

GO WEST, YOUNG TOAD by LOCKLIN [rev], Sic Vice #7 1999 June/July p51

THE BOTTOM LINE, Firebird Ex p60

BRADDOCK'S BAY, West p63

BRADLEY WALKER TOMLIN: NO. 2, 1956, Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33

"Braise one pound of ground beef in skillet.", West p195

BREADWINNER, Running p19

BREAKING THE SILENCE, CPA p141

BREATHING DEGREE ZERO, Hospital p29

"a bright young female friend of mine," Worm #138 1995 p87

BRING IN DA NOISE/BRING IN DA DARWIN, Mama 1(1) 1999 p22

A BRINY DEITY, New Male p15

BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME I NEED A CHRISTMAS TREE by LOCKLIN et al [rev]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1998 Nov 4 p.A2

BRUCE NAUMAN: CLOWN TORTURE, 1987, OneD #37 1999 June p7

BRUCE NAUMAN: THE TRUE ARTIST HELPS THE WORLD BY REVEALING MYSTIC TRUTHS, 1988, OneD #37 1999 June p7

THE BUBBLE MACHINE THEY COULDN'T TURN OFF, ZZZ #8 1995 p13

BUCKLE UP, AMERICA, Twist #3/4 1996 Sum np

BUD POWELL ON VERVE, Eyes p39, Lummox Sam p40, More Jazz p6, Reater #2 1998 p201, Zerx C #46 1998 p6

LA BUFADORA

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p9, Time Zone track 19

BUFFALO BOB, Spring n.s. #8 1999 Oct p112

BUK AND ACADEME [prose], Trans #9 1999 Win p31

THE BUK BOOK: MUSINGS ON CHARLES BUKOWSKI by CHRISTY [rev], ReCF 18(2) 1998 Sum p244

DER BUK UND DIE FRIEHEIT [prose], CBETT p25

BUKOVA SVOBODA [prose], BST p27

BUKOWSKI: A LIFE by CHERKOVSKI [rev], ReCF 18(2) 1998 Sum p244

BUKOWSKI AT HIS BEST, CBASB p23, Cerberus #35 1999 July p3

BUKOWSKI AT HIS BEST[in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p24

Bukowski, Charles Henry

LETTER [to GL], Buk p189, LOL p103 128 183 260 & 273, Reach p28 35–36 40 43–44 48 57 88 93 96 100 117 147 170 174 248

LETTER [to GL] [in German], Buk p186

BUKOWSKI, DU VERRATER, CBETT p39

BUKOWSKI: POETRY AND ALCOHOL [prose], Lummox 5(8) 1999 Aug p16

"bukowski was right to," Reater #3 1999 p26

BUKOWSKI WIE ER LEIBT UN LEBT, CBETT p35

BUKOWSKI'S WAR ALL THE TIME & HORSES DON'T BET ON PEOPLE AND NEITHER DO I [excerpt], CB:T p131

BUK'S BEGRÄBNIS [prose], Buk p190

"a bunch of us moonlighting academics," Slip #19 1999 p77

THE BUNNYFISH, Round–Up p122, West p205, Worm #143 1996 p122

Burke, Jan

LAST CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS TO CHARLES BUKOWSKI TRIBUTE [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1995 June 11 p.D2

BUT EVERYONE'S ON PROZAC, Back East p47

BUT HE LOVES IT, Firebird Ex p31

BUT IRISH, ALSO, Round–Up p103, Worm #143 1996 p103

"but isn't poetry," Round–Up p121, Worm #143 1996 p121

"but later that day my mother and i discuss," West p217

"but some days i'm happy.", Grasslands #14 1996 Win p22

"by 1859 he had matured beyond," Firebird Ex p140, Freedom #7 1998 p18

BY JOVE, I THINK SHE'S GOT IT, MainS 3(1) 1998 Spr p59, Sporting p26

"by the time i arrive back from england," Hospital p1

 

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CABERNET NOSTALGIA, Firebird Ex p46

Caddy, David

GERALD LOCKLIN INTERVIEWED, Rustic #6 1996 p50

"a cafeteria is not," Firebird Ex p55

CALL ME A COCKEYED OPTIMIST, Firebird Ex p166, Prop #4 1998 Win/Spr p18

Callinan, Thomas

DOWN AND OUT: A NOVEL FOR ADULTS by LOCKLIN [rev], Coagula #40 1999 Sum p38

THE FIRST TIME HE SAW PARIS by LOCKLIN [rev], Coagula #40 1999 Sum p38

GO WEST, YOUNG TOAD by LOCKLIN [rev], Coagula #40 1999 Sum p38

"the camel sings," Poetry Di #10 1995 Spr p67

CAMEL: T'ANG DYNASTY, Poetry Di #10 1995 Spr p67

CAN ONE SURVIVE WITHOUT ONE'S FLIGHT-OR-FIGHT REFLEX?, Purple #2 1998? p44

CANDY BARS [prose], Chiron #53 1998 Spr p30

CANINE TASTE TREAT, Back East p18

THE CANOPY (HUPPA), 1912, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p141

CAPSTONES, NerveC #4 1997 Fall p57

A CAPSULE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THREE DECADES, Bogg #68 1997 p14

THE CAPTAIN IS OUT TO LUNCH & THE SAILORS HAVE TAKEN OVER THE SHIP by BUKOWSKI [rev], ReCF 18(3) 1998 Fall p237

THE CARDINAL BELLARMINE HIGH SCHOOL SHORT STORY CONTEST [prose], West p44

CARLO SARACENI: MARTYRDOM OF ST. CECILIA, Spill #7 1998 Spr/Sum p79, Sporting p27

CARPACCIO WOULD HAVE SYMPATHIZED, ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p3

"the cast-iron sculpture, decoy,", Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

"the cat," FC p43

CATCH-23: AN ACADEMIC LIFE [prose], West p133

CATHEDRAL SQUARE [art], Hem Col p8

"the cats are sleeping in the meadow.", Firebird Ex p98

CEÇI N'EST PAS UNE PIPE, Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 20

CEMETERY GATES, 1917, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p142

"cézanne painted a single pine tree," Sporting p2

CHAIM SOUTINE: HANGING TURKEY AND HEAD AND CARCASS OF A HORSE, Angelflesh #12 1999 p22

CHARACTER WITNESS, West p209

"charles and i are discussing how feminist," Worm #140 1995 p185

CHARLES BAUDELAIRE: AUGUST 31, 1867, Firebird Ex p107

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A REMEMBRANCE [prose], Das p16

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET [excerpt], BlueB #10 1996 p1

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p21

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET by LOCKLIN [art], CBJ #4 1999 p23

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET by LOCKLIN [rev], BlueB #10 1996 p6

Diedrich, René A., Lummox 5(8) 1999 Aug p17

McKee, Louis, Home 10(4) 1997 Aut p7, OnBus #15/16 1999 Fall/Win p276

Newman, David, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p30

Sanders, Mark, WeAm 33(1) 1998 Spr p98

CHARLES BUKOWSKI [prose], UTLW p352

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: THE ART OF THE ORDINARY [prose], Lummox 3(8) 1997 Aug p8

CHARLES GLEYRE: JOHN LOWELL IN ORIENTAL DRESS, 1834, Amelia #26/27 1998 p13

"a checked table cloth.", Wood #8 1998 p8

"a checkered tablecloth.", Sporting p28

CHEMICALS AND ELECTRONIC CULTURE, Purple #2 1998? p15

CHET, More Jazz p7, Zerx C #46 1998 p7

CHICAGO, CHICAGO, I'LL SHOW YOU AROUND, Back East p53

"a child is a snowman;", Simple V #1 1998 p51

THE CHILD STAR, ZZZ #12 1996 Win p4

"children must have come to hate," Spill #9 1999 Spr/Sum p62

"chimneys replace steeples.", Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p99

"the chinese built a skyscraper temple,", Cerberus #22 1996 Mar/May p3

"a chinese friend of his daughter," Macao p21

CHIRON REVIEW ed by HATHAWAY & LOCKLIN [rev], Avant #1 1995? p35

Oberc, Lawrence, Fuel #19 1997 p39

CHOW CHOW CIAO, Hospital p29

"christ, what great costumes!", Home 10(1) 1995 Sum p16

CHRISTEN KØBKE: A VIEW OF ONE OF THE LAKES IN COPENHAGEN, 1838, Staple #34 1995 Win p77

CHRISTIAN DIOR: BALL GOWN: JUNON, Exquisite #51 1995 p32

CHRISTIAN SCHAD: COUNT ST. GENOIS D'ANNEAUCOURT, 1927, First #7 1998 p19, Sporting p44

CHRISTIAN SCHAD: SELF-PORTRAIT WITH MODEL, 1927, First #5 1997 p20

THE CHRISTMAS SONG (CHESTNUTS) [GL singing], Brother track 7

CHRISTOPHER WILHELM ECKERSBERG: WOMAN STANDING IN FRONT OF A MIRROR, 1837, Tears #18 1996 Aut p53

"chuck and i are sitting in the office," West p199

CHUCK ARGO: TURNING AWAY, Simple V #2 1999 Feb p24

CHUCK CLOSE, Coagula #39 1999 May p32

CIRCUITRY [prose], Tears #17 1996 Spr p35

"claire tells me: 'i felt i ought to tell his doctor," West p197

CLASSIC ANECDOTE FROM A CLASS ACT, Minotaur #33 1998 p22

CLEAN FINGERNAILS, Pittsburgh p11

A CLEAN PLATE [prose], Purple #2 1998? p10

CLOTHES MAKE THE WOMAN, Between p295

COCKATIEL, FC p41

THE COLD GATES, Exquisite #55 1995 p22

COLD SNAP: STORIES by JONES [rev], SISF 34(1) 1997 Win p122

COLORED PAPER IMAGE VII (YELLOW CURVE WITH GRAY), 1970, Firebird Ex p69

COMBAT TRAINING, Firebird Ex p141, FiveA #10 1998 p6

"the commercial for sudafed says," NerveC #7 1999 Spr p5

"common images of common," FiveA #11 1999 p26

COMMUNITY, Back East p48

THE COMPANY OF WOMEN, Back East p33

A COMPENSATION, Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p18

CONCIERTO DE ARANJUEZ, Two Jazz p12

THE CONDEMNED MAN'S LAST SUPPER, West p82

"a cone is never an ice cream cone,", Art Farmer p13, Zerx C #43 1997 p13

"A Confession: I like French's mustard.", West p175

"a confession: i like french's mustard.", Firebird Ex p121

THE CONQUERORS, ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p3

CONSERVING OXYGEN, Hem Col p36

"considering how few freeways one finds"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p4

CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI: BIRD IN SPACE, 1927, Royal 1(2) 1997 p27, Running p44

CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI: FISH, 1930, Exquisite #58 1996 p35

CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI: SLEEPING MUSE III, Running p39, Spill #6 1997 Fall/Win p100

CONSTANTIN BRANCUSI: THE KISS, 1916, Wood #4 1996 p4

CONTACTS, NerveC #2 1996 Fall p13

CONTROL, ZZZ #15 1997 p42

THE CONTROLS, NerveB #4 1997 Win p13, Sporting p18

COPS GET STRESS-DISABILITY PENSIONS, Round–Up p129, Worm #143 1996 p129

"coral reefs enclose the emerald waters.", Hem Col p37

THE CORNER GROCERY [prose], Reater #3 1999 p28, Tal #4 1998 p91

COROT: MEMORY OF MORTEFONTAINE, First #8 1998 p25, Sporting p42

A COUNTERPART, ZZZ #12 1996 Win p4

COUNTRY FESTS JAMMING SUMMER MUSIC CALENDAR [prose] [re: GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1995 Aug 26 p.C1

"a couple, almost indistinguishable," Cerberus #31 1998 p18

"a couple of days before the trip," West p97

"a couple of decades ago, a wise," Running p9

A COUPLE OF IMMORTALS, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p90, West p86

"a couple of months ago, i let," OneD #40 1999 Sep p10, Running p28, Worm #144 1997 p156

"a couple of years ago my aunt claire," West p69

COVER THY FLANKS, Worm #141 1996 p42

"cow spelled backward is woc," Everywhere p12

Cowles, Joseph

SOME MUSINGS OF THE PUBLISHER ON THE OCCASION OF THIS REISSUANCE [of FIREBIRD POEMS by LOCKLIN], Firebird Ex p.iii

CRAZY, Bender #2 1999 p44

CRAZY JANE TALKS TO THE TOAD, Round–Up p141, Worm #143 1996 p141

"creature of newsprint," Wood #9 1998 p5

"the cripple on the beach," Wood #2 1995 Fall p8

THE CRITIC RE-CALIBRATES, Back East p30

CROSSING THE CREEK, Firebird Ex p9

"crossing the creek, i extend a hand," Firebird Ex p9

CROWNED BUDDHA, THAILAND, 13th CENTURY, Active Ing p20, Peaky #2 1997 Win p16

CUBAN STOGIES, Hem Col p22

THE CUISINE WAS SIMPLY DIVINE, Tomor #18 1998 p8

A CULINARY CLAIM TO FAME, Pittsburgh p17

THE CURE [excerpt], West p135

"the current law allows me," Hem Col p4

A CUTE KIND OF SCARECROW, Bottomfish #19 1998 p49

 

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"d. h. lawrence was at the health spa," Running p35

DA VINCI STOPPED AT THE BLACK-AND-BLUEPRINTS, Slip #16 1996 p62

A DAB OF PATERNAL SELF-PITY, Bli #6 1995 May p6

"'daddy,' my daughter asks, 'why do doctors," Bli #6 1995 May p7

DALE CHILULY: CERULEAN BLUE MACCHIA WITH CHARTREUSE LIP WRAP, BLOWN GLASS SCULPTURE, OneD 1997 July p18

"dáma na lavièce," BST p23

"die dame auf der bank," CBETT p21

DANGLING IN THE TOURNEFORTIA by BUKOWSKI [rev], CBASB p29, CBETT p43

DANGLING IN THE TOURNEFORTIA by BUKOWSKI [rev] [excerpt], CB:T p126 & 127

DANGLING IN THE TOURNEFORTIA by BUKOWSKI [rev] [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p50

DANIEL BOONE MADE BETTER TIME, Back East p39

DANNY BOY [GL singing], Brother track 9

DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI: PORTRAIT OF MRS. MORRIS, Home #45 1999 Fall/Win p17

A DASHING FIGURE, Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p54

"dave and mark induce toad to go plunging with them," Pittsburgh p19

DAVID HOCKNEY: A LARGE DIVER, Sporting p14

DAVID HOCKNEY: CELIA IN BLACK DRESS WITH WHITE FLOWERS, 1974, El Dor #2 1998 May p16

DAVID HOCKNEY: DE LONGPRE AVENUE, 1976, Round–Up p111, Worm #143 1996 p111

DAVID HOCKNEY: EIGHT SUNCHAIRS BY A POOL, 1976, Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p19

DAVID HOCKNEY: GEOMETRIC WAVES, 1989, Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p19

DAVID HOCKNEY: MY BEDROOM, Round–Up p111, Worm #143 1996 p111

DAVID HOCKNEY: MY FATHER, PARIS, JANUARY, 1974, Active Ing p24, Wood #6 1997 p1

DAVID HOCKNEY: PORTRAIT OF ANDY WARHOL, PARIS, 1974, Round–Up p110, Worm #143 1996 p110

DAVID HOCKNEY: SHELL GARAGE, LUXOR, 1974, El Dor #1 1997 Nov p23

DAVID HOCKNEY: THE ROAD ACROSS THE WOLDS, Tears #24 1999 Aut p62

DAVID HOCKNEY: THE ROAD TO YORK THROUGH SLEDMERE, Reater #3 1999 p24

DAVID HOCKNEY: TRISTAN AND ISOLDE, Brouhaha #14 1998 July p21

DAVID HOCKNEY: TWO DECK CHAIRS, CALVI, 1972 (DETAIL), Firebird Ex p99

THE DAY AMERICA BEGAN ITS DECLINE AS AN INDUSTRIAL POWER, West p118

"the day before thanksgiving," Round–Up p105, Worm #143 1996 p105

"the day before, when i had mentioned over the phone," Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p55

"the day he came home from swimming," Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p15

A DAY OF DUMB MOTHERFUCKERS, Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

THE DAY OF THE PAINTER; THE DEATH OF THE COCK: NATHANAEL WEST'S HOLLYWOOD NOVEL [prose], LAIFRE p67

de Géa, Béatrice

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], PressT 1998 June 4 p.C1

"the dead are among us;", Panik #1 1998 p21, Sporting p16

DEATH AND THE FEMALE ORGASM [prose], Pearl #26 1998 Spr/Sum p35, Tears #20 1998 Spr p42

DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR, Firebird Ex p10

THE DEATH OF JEAN-PAUL SARTRE, West p83

THE DEATH OF THE CHAMELEON, West p189

DEATH WITHOUT HEADLINES, West p201

"a debate occurs,", Hem Col p18

THE DEBUT OF THE BOULEVARDIER, Macao p21

DECISIONS, DECISIONS, Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

DEDICATION, Printed 31(1) 1998 p12

DÉGAS: LANDSCAPE WITH SMOKESTACKS, Bottomfish #19 1998 p50

DÉGAS: THE BELLELLI FAMILY, 1858-67, Firebird Ex p21

DEPRESSING BOOKS, Reater #2 1998 p204

DESCENDING TO NASSAU, Hem Col p37

"the desert creates the colors," Tears #24 1999 Aut p61

DETERMINANTS [prose], Reater #1 1997 p164, Wind #81/82 1998 p111

DICKENS DICKINSON MELVILLE HARDY HUGO, Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9, New Male p10

"did he like himself in lipstick?", Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p22

DID MORALITY EVOLVE FROM SALT?, First #4 1997 p25, Sporting p52

"did you know that claude monet lived," Firebird Ex p116

Diedrich, René A.

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET by LOCKLIN [rev], Lummox 5(8) 1999 Aug p17

GO WEST, YOUNG TOAD by LOCKLIN [rev], Lummox 5(12) 1999 Dec p8

THE DIGNITY OF ART FARMER, Art Farmer p5, Zerx C #43 1997 p5

DINNER AT EIGHT FOR FIVE WITH DAVID BOWIE, BOI p85

DINNER AT THE HOTEL MAGRITTE, NerveC #5 1998 Spr p20

A DIP IN THE BRINY, West p126

DIRECT DIALING, Silent T #8 1995 p19

DIRTY OLD MEN AND THE NEW DOUBLE STANDARD, Reater #3 1999 p26

THE DISAPPEARANCE OF THE GREENWOOD, Firebird Ex p102

DISTAFF, Lucid #21 1998 May p88

"the distinguished mid-century american poet," Worm #140 1995 p184

DIVORCEE, West p127

"do not go gentle into that good night.", Zen #2 1995 Sep p6

"do women feel that their clothes," Round–Up p140, Worm #143 1996 p140

"do you know how sick one can get," Art Farmer p15, Zerx C #43 1997 p15

"do you remember a student, e.s.,", ZZZ #10 1996 p17

"do you remember how bartleby the scrivener," Firebird Ex p79

"do you suppose it's because," ZZZ #20 1998? p42

"do you think we care," Zen #2 1995 Sep p13

DOES THIS MEAN SHE WANTS TO FUCK?, Xib #7 1995 p5

DOES THIS QUALIFY AS COMPULSIVE?, Firebird Ex p153

THE DOG TALKED MORE THAN HE DID, Firebird Ex p147, Press #8 1998 p77

DOING MY DENNIS HOPPER IMITATION, Round–Up p130, Worm #143 1996 p130

THE DOLPHIN MARKET, Always p59

"The Dolphin Market is one of the last," Always p59

DONNA HILBERT & GERALD LOCKLIN 18SEPT93 [art]

Weber, Mark, Pittsburgh p5

DON'T BLAME ME, Worm #138 1995 p88

DON'T CHEW THE WATER, Hem Col p19

DON'T REST ON YOUR LAURELS, West p70

DON'T SPEAK TOO SOON, Amelia 8(1) 1996 p26

DON'T TAKE IT PERSONAL, Cabo p15

DON'T WE TEACH RICHARD CORY ANYMORE?, Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p14

DOPING OUT THE GRAMMYS [prose] [cites GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1996 Feb 23 1996 p.W2

DOWN AND OUT: A NOVEL FOR ADULTS by LOCKLIN [rev], Lucid 1999 Dec p198

Basinski, Michael, Basinski #3 1999 July p11

Callinan, Thomas, Coagula #40 1999 Sum p38

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1999 Jan 8 p.A2

Smith, Jules, TLS #5042 1999 Nov19 p20

DOWN TIME, Round–Up p106, West p16, Worm #143 1996 p106

"dr. gachet is pensive. he rests," Minotaur #30 1996 p27

DRAGON VASE, 15th CENTURY, MING DYNASTY, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p48

DUBIOUS DISTINCTION, Time Zone track 19

DUKE'S BRAND

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p23

"during the last few years," Bender #2 1999 p44

DVA AMERICANI, BST p25

DVA BÁSNÍCI [prose], BST p18

"dwight gooden, daryl strawberry,", Bender #2 1999 p44, Firebird Ex p156

DYING FOR A BARGAIN

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p3

DYING FOR A BARGAIN by ZEPEDA & LOCKLIN [rev]

Basinski, Michael, Basinski #1 1998 May p34, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p66

 

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"earlier civilizations were not afraid," Round–Up p125, Worm #143 1996 p125

THE EARLY BIRD WILL SLEEP MOST OF THE FLIGHT HOME, Macao p19

EASIER THAN SWIMMING LAPS, Reater #2 1998 p203

EAST VILLAGE SCENE KICKS OFF ARTOBER [prose] [re: GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1995 Sept 30 p.C1

AN EASY-GOING WEEKEND, Art Farmer p2, Zerx C #43 1997 p2

ED KEINHOLZ, Peaky #4/5 1998 p19, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p36

THE EDGAR ALLAN POE MEMORIAL PUNCHING BAG, Black Cross #4 1997 p28

EDGAR DÉGAS, Running p21

EDGAR DÉGAS: AT THE MILLINER'S, Sporting p5

EDGAR DÉGAS: COTTON MERCHANTS OF NEW ORLEANS, 1873, First #12 1999 p28

EDGAR DÉGAS, PLACE DE LA CONCORDE, 1975, Contents #12/13 1995 p18

EDITOR'S AFTERWORD [prose]

Keida, Yusuke, BlueB #12 1997 Mar back cover

EDITOR'S NOTE [to FIREBIRD POEMS, 1999 ed. by LOCKLIN]

Hilbert, Donna Bruster, Firebird Ex p.v

AN EDUCATED FOOL, Cabo p11

THE EDUCATION OF A WRITER [prose], Showcase 1997 Fall p17

EDVARD MUNCH: INTO THE WOODS, 1915, Cerberus #31 1998 p18

EDVARD MUNCH: VAMPIRE, ZZZ #19 1997 p21

"edward field,", Firebird Ex p67, West p21

EDWARD HOPPER: CAPE COD EVENING, 1938, Home 11(1) 1998 Sum p12

EDWARD HOPPER: CAPE COD MORNING, 1950, Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 20

EDWARD HOPPER: COMPARTMENT C. CAR 293, 1938, FiveA #11 1999 p26

EDWARD HOPPER: DRUG STORE, 1927, Round–Up p135, Worm #143 1996 p135

EDWARD HOPPER: FRONT ROW ORCHESTRA, 1951, Wood #9 1998 p5

EDWARD HOPPER: HOTEL BY A RAILROAD, Firebird Ex p146, Poetry Intl #2 1998 p51

EDWARD HOPPER: NEW YORK MOVIE, 1939, Ambit #152 1998 p70

EDWARD HOPPER: ROOMS BY THE SEA, 1931, Running p41

EDWARD HOPPER: SUNLIGHT IN A CAFETERIA, OZ #14 1995 p18

EFFICIENT USE OF TIME TOGETHER, Fuck! 2(6) 1999 June p2

EGON SCHIELE: RED BLOUSE AND BLACK-HAIRED GIRL WITH RAISED SKIRT, Coagula #39 1999 May p32

EIN GROBER KOMODIANT WENIGER FRUHJAHR 1994, CBETT p87

"the electroshocks sizzled through," Angelflesh #8 1997 p20

"elegant legs, gracefully crossed.", Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

ELIE NADELMAN: HORSE, 1914, Art Farmer p15, Grasslands #14 1996 Win p22, Zerx C #43 1997 p15

ELIZABETH PEYTON: HOTEL, Brouhaha #14 1998 July p21

"elvis presley pulled out his six-shooter,", Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33

THE EMBERS AREN'T ASHES YET, Slip #15 1995 p56

EMIL NOLDE: THE THREE MAGI, 1913, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p100

THE ENABLER DECIDES TO DISABLE, Active Ing p23, ZZZ #13 1996 Win p19

"england is a field of fields.", Tears #24 1999 Aut p62

THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN DORMANCY, Slip #17 1997 p64

"the enormous, gray-concrete medical center," Hospital p72

AN ENTREPRENEURIAL GENIUS, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p38

"entrop-", Ant #3 1996 Sum p32

ENZO CUCCHI: I, UNO, Freedom #8 1999 p2

EQUINOX [prose], West p138

"er sab im forty-niners tavern," CBETT p35

Erdman, Erica

ART FARMER SUITE AND OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Next 5(1) 1998 Mar p26

ERIK SATIE AT THE ERWIN RANCH, SUMMER-FALL-WINTER, 1987, Firebird Ex p91, Joyful p40

"ernest hemingway used to say, 'there are people," Firebird Ex p35, West p124

ESPECIALLY CARRIE, Active Ing p13, NerveC #3 1997 Spr p16

EUCHERED, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p26

EUGENE DELACROIX: MILITARY EXERCISES OF THE MOROCCANS, Bottomfish #17 1996 p47

"eve ate the first," Tears #18 1996 Aut p58

"even after i had decided," OZ #14 1995 p18

"even frogs start out," Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p10

"even in your dreams,", Firebird Ex p99

EVEN THE CORRECT DOSE LEAVES ME WIRED, Back East p38

"even though watching it at home," CPA p141

"every spermatozoon has a mouth.", Firebird Ex p100

"everybody ridicules them,", Round–Up p107, West p22, Worm #143 1996 p107

"everyone assumes my illness," Hospital p69

"everyone makes fun of him, his," Firebird Ex p125

"everyone oohs and ahs," Worm #142 1996 p70

"everyone writes of him, myself included,", Firebird Ex p64

EVERYONE'S ILLITERATE SOMEWHERE, Cabo p21

"The ex-barmaid with the big tits," West p199

"an excellent young female student," Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p51

"the exhibit of japanese photography," Angelflesh #10 1998 p7, Firebird Ex p154

THE EXHIBITION SEASON, Firebird Ex p16

THE EXISTENTIAL OFFICIAL, Hem Col p35

THE EXQUISITE DILEMMA OF THE BOURGEOISIE, Angelflesh #10 1998 p24

 

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"a face as blank and innocent," Coagula #41 1999 Sep p52, Simple V #2 1999 Feb p27, Sporting p33

THE FACE OF CHET BAKER, Face p1

FAINT LINES IN A DRAWING OF JIM [prose]

Agee, Mia & Locklin, Gerald, RJA p153

FAIR-WEATHER FANS, Lummox 4(8) 1998 Aug p10

FALLING ASLEEP, Firebird Ex p104

FALSE ALARM/FALSE HOPE, Hospital p51

THE FALSE RHAPSODY OF ART, Wood #3 1996 p21

A FAMILY TRADITION DISCONTINUED, Running p37

"the famous jewish critic tells a story," Cabo p21

FASCIST ISLAND, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p38

FATE WORSE THAN DEATH, NerveC #7 1999 Spr p5

"the father has rolled out of bed," First #7 1998 p20, Sporting p38

FATHERLY CONCERN IS SOMETIMES WARRANTED, Round–Up p132, Worm #143 1996 p132

"the fat-with-blood mosquito," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p46, Round–Up p116, Worm #143 1996 p116

"the faucets drip pink," OneD #32 1999 Jan p6

"fear of hallucination is," Firebird Ex p104

FEAST DAY (RABBI WITH LEMON), Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p144

FEMALE FIGURINE: EGYPT, 3600 B.C., Round–Up p125, Worm #143 1996 p125

A FEW BAD MEN, Slip #15 1995 p56

"a few days after the conference director," Hem Col p2

"a few of us are around a table," Active Ing p26, Slip #16 1996 p61

"a few years ago," Hem Col p15

A FEW YEARS DOWN THE ROAD, Hospital p85

Field, Edward

FOREWORD [to FIREBIRD POEMS, 1999 ed. by LOCKLIN], Firebird Ex p.viii

"fifteen years ago i was a real asshole,", Firebird Ex p42

"the filipino male nurse sits," Hospital p39

THE FILM PUTS IT INTO PERSPECTIVE, Penniless #10 1996 Aut p36

"finally i allow myself," Hem Col p20

"the firebird broods like yeasty dough," Firebird Ex p129, Twelve p27, West p214

"the first breathable color was," Fuck! 2(6) 1999 June p2

FIRST MORNING, Hem Col p9

"the first naked woman," Firebird Ex p5, West p15

A FIRST TIME FOR EVERYTHING, Pittsburgh p2

THE FIRST TIME HE SAW PARIS by LOCKLIN [rev], Royal 1(2) 1997 p34

Callinan, Thomas, Coagula #40 1999 Sum p38

Raindog, Lummox 4(3) 1998 Mar p12

Smith, Joan Jobe, Sic Vice #2 1998 Aug/Sep p53

Smith, Jules, Reater #2 1998 p235

"the first time they served karl's chili at the bar," Firebird Ex p54

"the first year i taught at long beach state," West p119

"fish is singular.", Exquisite #58 1996 p35

THE FISH MAN, Firebird Ex p28

FISHING POLES, Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

A FITTING SEND-OFF FOR PEARLS OF POETRY [prose] [cites GL]

Lachnit, Carroll, PressT 1998 Nov 8 p.J5

"five years earlier i met bukowski," Round–Up p111, Worm #143 1996 p111

FOOD FOR THOUGHT, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p41, Round–Up p112, Worm #143 1996 p112

"for five years i was educated," Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p90, West p86

"for her keynote address," Pittsburgh p9

"for my beloved daughter, blakey,", Printed 31(1) 1998 p12

FOR ONCE, Zen #2 1995 Sep p6

FOR SOME REASON, Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42, Macao p24

"for some reason,", Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p42

"for the l.a. of 1965," Peaky #4/5 1998 p19, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p36

"for the past couple of years," New Male p15

"for two weeks i've had a terrible back.", Firebird Ex p38

"for years cars piled up," Round–Up p100, Worm #143 1996 p100

"for years i used to rush home every night," Bli #6 1995 May p6

A FOREWORD BY THE TOAD [to THE WICHITA POEMS by HEADLEY & ZEPEDA], Wichita p7

FOREWORD [to DESIRE by CADDY], Desire p.i

FOREWORD [to EXISTENTIAL HUM by WEBER], EH p7

FOREWORD [to FIREBIRD POEMS, 1999 ed. by LOCKLIN]

Field, Edward, Firebird Ex p.viii

FOREWORD [to OPEN MIKE NIGHT AT THE CABARET VOLTAIRE by STARKEY], OMN p.v

FOREWORD [to PEOPLE EVERYDAY & OTHER POEMS by CROCKER], PEAOP p.ii

FOREWORD [to ROCK SALT & GLISSANDOS by FISHER], RS&G p.i

FOREWORD [to SHY BOYS AT HOME by DANIELS], SBAH p3

"forget how the mirror dulls," Coagula #43 1999 Dec p32

FORGIVENESS, Face p10

FORTUNATELY THEY ARE THE TWO WHOSE OPINIONS HE RESPECTS, Cabo p9

FORTY IS THE AGE OF INVOLUTION, Firebird Ex p43

FOUND POEM, West p207

FOUND POEM FOUND BY MY WIFE, Zen #2 1995 Sep p13

FOUND POEMS, Time Zone track 19

FOUR BEATNIKS IN A CADILLAC [interview]

Locklin, Gerald & Alvin, Dave, Sic Vice #6 1999 Apr/May p13

"four decades before the quiche revolution," West p118

#14, Grand p125

FRANCIS PICABIA: MACHINE TOURNEZ VITE (WITH A NOD TO ROBERT HUGHES), Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p10

"frankly all stigmata i can do without.", Free L #20 1998 Spr p22

"frankly, it's not that great," Wood #9 1998 p5

FRANZ KLINE MEETS TIME MAGAZINE, Firebird Ex p106

FRANZ LOCKLIN'S MASTERPIECE, New Male p16

FREE SPEECH CAN BE EXPENSIVE, New Male p5

THE FREEDOM FIGHTERS, ITPOYH p171

Freligh, Robert J.

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], BlueB #12 1997 Mar cover

FRENCH, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p24

FRIDAY: 3 P.M., PNSP p203

"a friend has just returned from," Plastic #27 1997 Jan p27

"a friend is talking about having," Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

"a friend of thirty-five years,", Face p3

A FRIEND TELLS ME COUMADIN WAS ORIGINALLY A RAT POISON, Hospital p62

THE FRIENDLIEST PERSON ON CAMPUS: A STUDY IN OVERCOMPENSATION, Active Ing p18, NerveC #3 1997 Spr p16, RTR p50

FRIENDS LITERARY AND NOT, Running p26

A FRIENDSHIP RITUAL

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p10

Frischkorn, Craig

GERALD LOCKLIN INTERVIEW, Am Mu Bl #15 1997 p2

"from cabo to the airport," Cabo p24

"from now on all my odalisques," Art Farmer p14, Zerx C #43 1997 p14

FROM PROPHET TO HISTORIAN, Round–Up p115, Worm #143 1996 p115

FROM STEEL TO CYBERNETICS, Pittsburgh p15

THE FRYING PAN AND THE FIRE, Worm #138 1995 p87

FUMBLING THE RIGHT OUR FOREFATHERS DIED FOR, Wood #1 1995 p15

FUN EVENING, Back East p25

THE FUNERAL OF CHARLES BUKOWSKI [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p34

THE FUNERAL OF CHARLES BUKOWSKI [prose], CBASB p61

 

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THE GALA AT THE FINCA VIGIA, Hem Col p11

GAUGUIN: CLAUDE-ÉMILE SCHUFFENECKER AT HIS EASEL, Home #45 1999 Fall/Win p16

GENEROSITY, West p128

THE GENIUS, Purple #1 1997? p30

"geometrical shapes still dominate blue", Wood #6 1997 p2

GEORG BASELITZ: ARMALAMOR, Wood #4 1996 p3

GEORG BASELITZ: SISTER DARLING, 1992, Exquisite #58 1996 p35

GEORG BASELITZ: TRAGIS HEAD, 1958, Wood #4 1996 p3

GEORGES DE LA TOUR: MAGDALENE WITH THE SMOKING FLAME, Blank #10 1995 p41

GEORGES DE LA TOUR: THE EDUCATION OF THE VIRGIN, Cerberus #30 1998 p5

GEORGES SEURAT: MODELS, Worm #141 1996 p41

GEORGIA O'KEEFE: NEW YORK, STREET, NO 1, 1926, Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 19

GERALD HASLAM (18 MARCH 1937 - ) [prose], DLB v212 p101

GERALD HASLAM [prose], UTLW p408

GERALD LOCKLIN & DONNA HILBERT [art]

Weber, Mark, Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

GERALD LOCKLIN & MARVIN MALONE 20APR95 LONG BEACH [art]

Weber, Mark, Art Farmer p11, Zerx C #43 1997 p11

GERALD LOCKLIN A SURE BET [interview]

Smith, Jules, Beat #29 1997 p34

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Active Ing back cover, Beat #29 1997 p34, Chiron #53 1998 Spr p30, Hem Col p31, Purple #3 1998? p21, Showcase 1997 Fall p16

Bach, David, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p49

de Géa, Béatrice, PressT 1998 June 4 p.C1

Freligh, Robert J., BlueB #12 1997 Mar cover

Gleason, Mat, Coagula #39 1999 May p33

Hernandez, David, Back East front cover

Locklin, Vanessa, Back East back cover

Mitzner, Rita, Next 5(1) 1998 Mar p10

Paul, Michael, Next 5(1) 1998 Mar cover

Weber, Mark, Chiron #52 1997 Win p14

Hernandez, David, Running cover

Locklin, Vanessa, Running back cover, Sporting title page & back cover, West p241

GERALD LOCKLIN IN HIS OFFICE 18APRIL95 [art]

Weber, Mark, Pittsburgh p.iii

GERALD LOCKLIN INTERVIEW

Frischkorn, Craig, Am Mu Bl #15 1997 p2

Mitzner, Rita, Next 5(1) 1998 Mar p10

GERALD LOCKLIN [interview]

Caddy, David, Rustic #6 1996 p50

GERALD LOCKLIN [prose]

Gleason, Mat, Coagula #39 1999 May p32

Infante, Victor D., OCW 1999 Feb 19 Calendar p72

GERALD LOCKLIN READING AT HULL UNIVERSITY IN 1989 [art], Beat #29 1997 p36

GERALD LOCKLIN: THE POET AS WISE GUY [prose]

Moore, Todd, Pittsburgh p.iv

THE GERALD WILSON CONCERT, More Jazz p1, Zerx C #46 1998 p1

GETTING A FOOT IN THE DOOR NEVER MEANT THIS, NOT EVEN TO OEDIPUS, Macao p23

GETTING OUT THE VOTE, West p121

GHOST, Hem Col p15

GIAMBATTISTA TIEPOLO: ST. FRANCIS RECEIVING THE STIGMATA, Free L #20 1998 Spr p22

GIAMBATTISTA TIEPOPLO: WOMAN WITH A MANDOLIN, Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

THE GIFT OF THE MAGUS [prose], Fuel #19 1997 p6

THE GIRL IS PRESENT IN THE WOMAN, Cokefish 1996 May np

"the girl, who some say resembles picasso,", Firebird Ex p6

GIRL WITH COCK, Firebird Ex p6

GIVE ME A BREAK, Hem Col p15

"give the hero a long red nose, deaf," Wood #4 1996 p3

Gleason, Mat

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Coagula #39 1999 May p33

GERALD LOCKLIN [prose], Coagula #39 1999 May p32

A GLIMPSE OF A DEAR OLD FRIEND, NerveB #2 1996 Sum p11

GO WEST, YOUNG TOAD by LOCKLIN [rev]

Bogen, Laurel Ann, Sic Vice #7 1999 June/July p51

Callinan, Thomas, Coagula #40 1999 Sum p38

Diedrich, René A., Lummox 5(12) 1999 Dec p8

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1999 Mar 24 p.A2

Smith, Jules, TLS #5042 1999 Nov19 p20

GO WITH THE FLOW (AND END UP WHERE MOST FLOWS DO), Tears #24 1999 Aut p64

"God, I couldn't begin to count," West p70

"god, i love the legs of women.", Contents #12/13 1995 p18, Sporting p6

"god is a shade of pink.", Firebird Ex p127

GOD'S MASTERPIECES, NerveC #8 1999 Fall p30

GOING ALONE, Hem Col p40, More Jazz p11, Zerx C #46 1998 p11

"going for tests always," Hospital p13

GOOD BOY, Round–Up p131, Worm #143 1996 p131

GOOD BREEDING WILL OUT, Running p13

GOOD FRIDAY, West p119

GOOD NEIGHBOR PETE, Round–Up p144, Worm #143 1996 p144

GOTHIC/GOTHIC, Purple #1 1997? p30

GRAND HOTEL, Pittsburgh p6

"the grand opening of the," Hem Col p11

LES GRANDS BOULEVARDS, Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

THE GRAY HOUSE, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p145

GRAY MONDAY, OneD #32 1999 Jan p6

"the gray-haired woman in the slip," Firebird Ex p146, Poetry Intl #11 1998 p51

"the great critics of modern literature,", Cabo p23

"a great deal of postmodernism glorifies," Coagula #43 1999 Dec p32

THE GREAT DIET PEPSI URINATION, Back East p5

"the great drawback of the poetry racket," Worm #141 1996 p41

GREAT EXPECTATIONS, Worm #138 1995 p89

"great expectorations.", Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p24

GREAT PINE IN MONTBRIANT, Sporting p2

THE GREAT SEXUAL EXPERIMENT OF THE 1960's, West p108

"green is easy on the eyes.", FiveA #11 1999 p26

"the green santo tomas valley,"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p7

THE GREEN VIOLINIST, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p143

Grobaty, Tim

ART FARMER SUITE by LOCKLIN [rev], PressT 1997 Feb 21 p.W2

BROTHER CAN YOU SPARE A DIME I NEED A CHRISTMAS TREE by LOCKLIN et al [rev], PressT 1998 Nov 4 p.A2

COUNTRY FESTS JAMMING SUMMER MUSIC CALENDAR [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1995 Aug 26 p.C1

DOPING OUT THE GRAMMYS [prose] [cites GL], PressT 1996 Feb 23 1996 p.W2

DOWN AND OUT; A NOVEL FOR ADULTS by LOCKLIN [rev], PressT 1999 Jan 8 p.A2

EAST VILLAGE SCENE KICKS OFF ARTOBER [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1995 Sept 30 p.C1

GO WEST YOUNG TOAD by LOCKLIN [rev], PressT 1999 Mar 24 p.A2

THE LAST ROUND-UP by LOCKLIN [rev], PressT 1997 Feb 21 p.W2

MORE FROM ROCKIN'-CHAIR QUARTERBACKS [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1995 Apr 15 p.C1

NEW ISSUE OF PEARL MAKES US SWINISH [prose] [cites GL], PressT 1995 Oct 18 p.D1

POETRY PLATTERS OF PERFECTION [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1996 Nov 11 p.W2

ROCK OF AGERS [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1996 May 10 p.A2

WHAT'S UP: DOUGHNUTS & LITERATURE [prose] [cites GL], PressT 1999 Dec 17 p.A2

WHAT'S UP: LILTING LOCKLIN, YULE E.T.S & BOARDER BASH [prose] [cites GL], PressT 1998 Nov 4 p.A2

WHAT'S UP: NEW BOOK, BUSTED BASS & ANCIENT TUNES [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1999 Jan 8 p.A2

WORDS OF A LIFETIME [re: GL] [prose], PressT 1997 Feb 21 p.W2

A GUIDE TO THE CINEMA, West p199

GUNFIGHTER, Firebird Ex p64

"gunning down pre-schoolers," Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: A BALCONY, BOULEVARD HAUSSMAN, 1880, Free L #20 1998 Spr p23

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: BANKS OF A CANAL IN ITALY, 1872, First #8 1998 p24, Sporting p43

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: FLOOR-SCRAPERS, 1875, Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p16

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: FRUIT DISPLAYED ON A STAND, 1880-82, Minotaur #31 1996 p28

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: PARIS STREET; RAINY DAY, 1877, Rattle #10 1998 Win p61

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: STILL LIFE IN FRONT OF A BALCONY, 1880, Minotaur #31 1996 p28

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: THE DAHLIAS, GARDEN OF PETIT GENNEVILLIERS, 1893, Minotaur #31 1996 p28

GUSTAVE CAILLEBOTTE: THE PLATE OF PEACHES, 1882, Minotaur #31 1996 p28

GYM RAT, OneD #39 1999 Aug p14

 

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HA HA, Back East p7

HAIR OF THE DOG, Tears #24 1999 Aut p65

"a hairless horse?", Art Farmer p15, Grasslands #14 1996 Win p22, Zerx C #43 1997 p15

"hamlet (eventually, at least)", ZZZ #13 1996 Win p19

"hanging from the rafters," Firebird Ex p27

HAPPY HOUR, Many Cals 2d p238, UTLW p303

HARD EDGES, Wood #9 1998 p6

HARK THE HERALD ANGELS [GL singing], Brother track 13

"harold brodsky's last story,", NerveC #4 1997 Fall p57

THE HARRY CHINASKI CHAIR OF RELIGIOUS VERSE, New Male p16, West p193

"has he ever been guilty?, Worm #142 1996 p71

Haselmann, Ralph, Jr.

THE ACTIVE INGREDIENT & OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Lucid #20 1998 Apr p266

THE LAST ROUND-UP by LOCKLIN [rev], Lucid #21 1998 May p264

LOCKLIN BIBLIO 2 by WEBER [rev], Lucid #21 1998 May p264

"hasn't any of these heavily armed," Macao p25

"hasn't she been told that roses," Sheila #11 1997 p25, Sporting p21

HASN'T THIS GUY READ DEATH IN THE AFTERNOON?, Hem Col p30

"have you ever won any bread in your life?", Running p19

"have you noticed how many," Conflict #1 1995 Apr p52

HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS [GL singing], Brother track 3

"'haven't you ever been number one in anything?'", Firebird Ex p44, West p65

"having inherited a small piece of cash,", Conflict #1 1995 Apr p52

"having just finished bech is back,", Bogg #68 1997 p14

"having recently viewed," Black Cross #4 1998 p58, Sporting p36

HAWTHORNE (1804-1864) IN ITALY, Firebird Ex p140, Freedom #7 1998 p18

"the hay is high," Poetry Di #9 1995 Feb p27

HE, A CHILD OF THE COLDWAR, SPENDS HIS FEW HOURS ON THE MAINLAND ENVISIONING HIMSELF SUBJECTED TO INTERROGATIONS ROUGHLY EQUIVALANT TO THOSE OF CARDINAL...., Macao p28

"he asks dave newman,", Pittsburgh p10

HE BLAMES IT ON A BAD PRAWN, AND I BELIEVE HIM, West p212

"he came from ireland at the age," West p26

"he could never decide," Brobd #12 1999 Sum

"he could not move. he could not," Firebird Ex p107

HE DIDN'T FEEL A DAY OVER EIGHTY-NINE, Worm #138 1995 p88

"he dreams of a fish feast; in the morning,", Firebird Ex p28

"he grew up on heroic myths,", Active Ing p19, Royal 1(1) 1997 p25, Sals 1996 Apr p2

"he had always been the youngest.", Round–Up p116, West p65, Worm #143 1996 p116

"he has also flown co-pilot to the firebird.", Running p40

"he is always absurdly nervous," Macao p19

"he is disappointed not to find," Angelflesh #9 1998 p16

"he is exiting the ymca," Round–Up p141, Worm #143 1996 p141

"he is lean, but there are," Sporting p4

"he knew he was in serious trouble," Time Zone track 19, West p129

HE LEADS BY EXAMPLE, Firebird Ex p151, Reater #2 1998 p206

"he learns that he's been doing it all wrong," Pittsburgh p8

"he lived in a world of rectangles.", Firebird Ex p106

"he meets at a dinner the chinese boyfriend," Macao p5

"he must be nearly as old as," Art Farmer p5, Zerx C #43 1997 p5

HE NEED REGRET NOTHING, Firebird Ex p133, West p32

"he says that ezra pound," Round–Up p142, Worm #143 1996 p142

HE TAKES IT AS A SORT OF WELCOME GESTURE, Macao p25

"he urged his daughters," Worm #138 1995 p89

"he was not always a volcano of starfire," Always p116

"he was only hung-over," Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

"he was sitting in the forty-niners tavern," CBASB p23, Cerberus #35 1999 July p3

HE WILL ARRIVE BACK TO A SEMESTER-LONG RE-ENACTMENT OF IONESCO'S RHINOCEROS, Macao p25

HE WOULD'VE DOUBLED THE TIP, Macao p8, Macao p251

HEAD OF HAYAVARMAN VIII, 12th-13th CENTURY, Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 21

Headley, Robert

BIG MAN ON CANVAS by LOCKLIN [rev], Chiron #42 1995 Spr p21

HEMINGWAY COLLOQUIUM: THE POET GOES TO CUBA by LOCKLIN [rev], Chiron #60 1999 Win p24

THE MACAO/HONG KONG TRIP by LOCKLIN [rev], Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42

THE NEW MALE by LOCKLIN [rev], Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42

THE OLD MONGOOSE & OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Chiron #42 1995 Spr p21

THE PITTSBURGH POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42

THE HEATH BROTHERS, Face p11

"he'd been working his ass off when,", OneD #42 1999 Nov p9

HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT, Hospital p25

"hemingway also knew what to do," ZZZ #13 1996 Win p19

HEMINGWAY AS ENVIRONMENTALIST [prose]

Locklin, Gerald & Stetler, Charles, Hem Col p23

HEMINGWAY COLLOQUIUM: THE POET GOES TO CUBA by LOCKLIN [rev]

Armstrong, R. D., Lummox 5(10) 1999 Oct p16

Headley, Robert, Chiron #60 1999 Win p24

"hemingway must have touched something," Hem Col p14

HEMINGWAY'S OLD HAUNT [art], Hem Col p.vi

Hennessy, Tom

POETRY OF LIVING AND DEAD RIDES BUSES OVERHEAD [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1999 Aug 29 p.A1

HENRI FANTIN-LATOUR: STILL LIFE WITH PANSIES, 1874, Poetry Di #9 1995 Feb p26

HENRI MATISSE: ODALISQUE WITH GRAY TROUSERS, Art Farmer p14, Zerx C #43 1997 p14

HENRI MATISSE PAR LUI-MEME, Art Farmer p13

HENRI MATISSE: PAR LUI-MEME, Zerx C #43 1997 p13

HENRI MATISSE: THE RED STUDIO, 1911, Royal 1(2) 1997 p26, Running p42

HENRI ROSSEAU: THE BANKS OF THE OISE, C. 1907, Round–Up p125, Worm #143 1996 p125

"her face is one of the few," Firebird Ex p117

HER INNER VOICE [prose] [cites GL]

Arrington, Debbie, PressT 1997 May 15 p.J1

"her mother ranks cleanliness," ITPOYH p171

"her nose is as pointy as her nipples,", First #5 1997 p20

"her upper body has the musculature," Peaky #3 1997 Win p23

"'here,' i say, handing," ZZZ #15 1997 p42

Hernandez, David

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Back East front cover, Running cover

"he's given so many readings to groups," Pittsburgh p21

HE'S PROBABLY OF A PHLEGMATIC NATURE, Elec V #1 1999 Win p6

HIGH-ALTITUDE LITERARY FARE, Hem Col p37

A HIGHLY ESTEEMED COLLEAGUE, OneD #42 1999 Nov p9

Hilbert, Donna Bruster

EDITOR'S NOTE [to FIREBIRD POEMS, 1992 ed.], Firebird Ex p.v

EDITOR'S NOTE [to FIREBIRD POEMS, 1999 ed. by LOCKLIN], Firebird Ex p.v

"his beard is as black as the air," Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p144

"his blood pressure is excellent.", Hospital p57

HIS CASTLE, West p218

"his daughter moved to the couch," Macao p18

"his favorite t.v. program turns out to be," Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42, Macao p24

HIS HANDIWORK, Time Zone track 19

HIS LOCAL PUB, Hem Col p11

HIS THREE DAYS AND NIGHTS IN THE DESERT, Avant #1 1995? p16

"his vision slices toward the," Firebird Ex p131

A HOCKEY PUCK ON GOLDEN POND, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p45

HOLISTIC MEDICINE, Bli #6 1995 May p7

HONORÉ DAUMIER: RUE TRANSNONAIN, 15 APRIL 1834, First #7 1998 p20, Sporting p38

THE HOOK SHOT, West p49

"the horror of those with power,", Cabo p17

THE HORSE OF TALENT AND THE CART OF MENTAL ILLNESS, Firebird Ex p78

THE HOSPITAL POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Flip #118 1999 May/June p165, Lummox 5(7) 1999 Sept p14, Purple #3 1998? p44

THE HOUSEHOLD GODS HE'S ALLOWED, Angelflesh #11 1998 p13

"how am i supposed to know," Hem Col p35

"how do the people," Angelflesh 1997 bonus issue p7

HOW DUMB DO THEY THINK I AM?, Cabo p4

"how fast they can run," Worm #142 1996 p68

HOW I WON TWICE ON THE FIRST EVANDER HOLYFIELD/RIDDICK BOWE FIGHT, Cabo p19

"how interesting that even as we clamor," Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p49

HOW IS, INCIDENTALLY, THE NEW WORLD SHAPING UP?, Round–Up p98, Worm #143 1996 p98

"how many times have i heard the lame excuse," Hem Col p35

HOW MUCH IS THAT DOGGIE IN THE LEOTARD?, Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p56

"how neat, how english.", Round–Up p111, Worm #143 1996 p111

"how often do you get to drop," Active Ing p28, Bender #1 1997 p30, RTR p50

"how old is she? late," Cokefish 1996 May np

HOW TO GET ALONG WITH CHARLES BUKOWSKI [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p23

HOW TO GET ALONG WITH CHARLES BUKOWSKI [prose], CBASB p21

HOW TO LIVE FOREVER, MAYBE, Active Ing p7, Tomor #16 1997 p6

HOW VERY INTERESTING, CBASB p27

HOW VERY INTERESTING (1992), New Male p6

HOW VERY INTERESTING (1992) [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p27

HOWARD HODGKIN: DINNER IN PALAZZO ALBRIZZI, 1984-88, Active Ing p12, Rustic #7 1996 p74

Hughes, John

STILL DISCOVERING BUKOWSKI: INTEREST GROWS IN WORKS, LIFE OF LATE AUTHOR [prose] [cites GL], Daily 1997 Mar 23 pL21

A HUMBLE LOAF OF WHOLE-GRAIN SOUL, Face p2

A HUNCH PAYS OFF, Cabo p24

HUXLEY'S SOMA, Lucid #20 1998 Apr p49

 

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"'i almost overslept again,' he says. 'i had," Running p18

"i always commit suicide at dawn.", Spill #7 1998 Spr/Sum p78

"i always had trouble with the fast guys," Eyes p39, Lummox Sam p40, More Jazz p6, Reater #2 1998 p201, Zerx C #46 1998 p6

"i always have to sample," Back East p45

"i always liked vitebsk best," Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p145

I ALWAYS OVERTIP (FOR SAM PIERSTORF), Royal 1(2) 1997 p28, Running p46

"i always thought my mother had," Back East p30

"i always thought the adjective 'pure'", OneD #32 1999 Jan p5

"i always thought the aim was," Royal 1(2) 1997 p26, Running p43

"i always wince when some writer tells me," Round–Up p105, West p211, Worm #143 1996 p105

"i am deeply touched when,", Angelflesh #10 1998 p46, Firebird Ex p164

"i am many rooms," Lilliput #101 1999 Jan p14

"i am not a rooted writer,", West p11

I AM NOT GERALD LOCKLIN, Round–Up p99, West p33, Worm #143 1996 p99

"i am sitting at a table of young ladies," Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

"i am thinking, for some reason,", Tomor #18 1998 p8

"i ask her, 'do you ever see geraldine?'", Running p5

I BET IN JAPAN THE LIVERS DO THEIR JOBS WITHOUT COMPLAINT, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p22

I BOW TO THE ALL-TIME CHAMP, Round–Up p126, Worm #143 1996 p126

"I buy a couple of drinks," Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p10

"i can conceive of opting for," ZZZ #18 1997 Fall p49

"I can't believe my ears," Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

I CERTAINLY VALUE HER OPINION, Mama 1(1) 1999 p23

"i come home from renewing my driver's license," Round–Up p126, Worm #143 1996 p126

"i come out of my lower-division," Running p23

"i come out of the bar at closing," Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p16

"i come upon an ad for 'personal storage'", Running p25, Worm #137 1995 p43

I COULDN'T BE PROUDER OF HIM, Back East p31

I DID NOTHING TO DESERVE HER, Back East p22

"i didn't drink it when i was an altar boy.", El Dor #2 1998 May p15, Sporting p46

"i didn't even know he surfed.", Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p19

I DO BELONG TO THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR!, West p196

"i do not dream of history.", Plastic #29 1997 Sep p18

"i do not enhance," Cabo p20

"i don't even want to look at," Coagula #39 1999 May p32

"i don't give it until the last," Hem Col p30

"i don't like it when people act," Pearl #24 1996 Fall p146

I DON'T SUPPOSE HIS PAYMENT IS IN COPIES, Round–Up p121, Worm #143 1996 p121

I DON'T THINK SO, El Dor #1 1997 Nov p22

"i don't think that people past a certain age," Firebird Ex p49

"i don't want to live among thing," OneD 1997 July p18

"i explain to my son that," Two Jazz p5

"i finalized a big move today:", Sporting p23

"i flow as fancifully as a marble," Spring n.s. #4 1995 Oct p136

"i frequently hear people saying,", Round–Up p106, Worm #143 1996 p106

"i get a call from my daughter's french teacher," Round–Up p139, Worm #143 1996 p139

"i get a call in the middle of the night:", Drive #18 1995 p9, Firebird Ex p30, FP p30

"i get a little sentimental about her," Round–Up p123, Worm #143 1996 p123

"i get my daughter to her ballet class," CWPFNA p1, PNSP p202

"i glance at the editorial page," Dockernet #22 1999 Sum p1

"i go early to the polling places," Wood #1 1995 p15

"I go to watch the sunset from the seawall.", West p136

"i go with the good young poet david," Pittsburgh p19

"i got on her shit-list by asking," Hospital p45

"i grew up in an irish neighborhood," Pittsburgh p18

I GUESS HE DOESN'T BELIEVE IN UPWARD MOBILITY, Printed 31(1) 1998 p12, Round–Up p115, Worm #143 1996 p115

"i guess he was a great explorer, but," Amelia #26/27 1998 p13

I GUESS I BLOCKED IT ALL OUT, West p216

"'i guess,' she says, having," Worm #141 1996 p43

"i guess the endless, tubular, regressive corridors," Active Ing p16, Sic 3(3) 1999 Jan 25 np

"i guess this goes to prove that," Tears #18 1996 Aut p53

"i had always thought of him," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p39

"i had always wanted my own heavy bag," Black Cross #4 1997 p28

"i had forgotten how close i once was," West p216

"i had on my list for today," Fuel #26 1998? p13

"i have a c.d. of two dates," Art Farmer p7, Zerx C #43 1997 p7

"'i have a recurring nightmare,'", Last Call p3

"I have a vision," BlueB #12 1997 Mar p20

"i have always endeavored to improve," West p207

"i have always hated the name 'gerald.", Round–Up p99, West p33, Worm #143 1996 p99

"I have an entry scrawled," West p232

"i have known so many pseudo-existentialists.", Two Jazz p14

"i have nothing at all against madonna,", Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p53

"i have obtained from my dog's vet," Tears #24 1999 Aut p65

"i have only to spend," Back East p9

"i haven't been burning my candles," Cabo p22

"i haven't had a drink in three weeks," Hospital p59

"i haven't had a muse for years.", Running p39, Spill #6 1997 Fall/Win p100

"i hear a poem by a feminist author," Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p54

"i hear of this mother," Café #8 1997 Spr p29

"'i hear,' the young guy confronts me, 'that'", Kerouac #27 1995 Win p55

"i hear the young manager of the ymca," Exquisite #55 1995 p22

"i heard on the radio that they're," Running p10

"i, herodotus of haricarnassus, set forth," Exquisite #55 1995 p22

"i hurry out of the l.a. highrise," Bli #6 1995 May p5

"i just heard on the news," Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

"i just noticed that the expiration date," Active Ing p4, Café #8 1997 Spr p30

I JUST PREFER POTATOES, NerveC #5 1998 Spr p20, Sporting p34

"i just read a list of," Art Farmer p13, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p22, Zerx C #43 1997 p13

"i just read in usa today that,", New Male p8

"I just read that a pediatrician," Angelflesh #12 1999 p41

"i just received a subscription offer," West p177

"i just received something," Firebird Ex p80

"i keep increasing my speed," Brobd #12 1999 Sum

"i knew he had just gotten over a," CBASB p59, Das p18

"i learn from a tony hillerman novel," Firebird Ex p26

"i learn from my daughter that," Back East p35

"i learned today from my teenage son," Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p14

"i leave the reno room," Twist #3/4 1996 Sum np

"i left my last class on friday afternoon,", West p177

"i like inspector morse," Angelflesh #12 1999 p2

"i like to call my girl at five on thursdays," Many Cals 2d p238

"i like to write poems about (or from) paintings,", Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

I LOVE THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL, Joyful p41, West p188

"i love the quietness," Ambit #152 1998 p70

"i make a point of letting every," Hospital p11

"i make a remark," Bottomfish #19 1998 p49

"i make good time from ann arbor," Back East p51

"i meet the older sister of," Slip #15 1995 p56

"i need a country where one takes," Always p115, Cerberus #23 1996 June/Aug p1, Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9

I NEED TO FIND A SPECIALIST WHO TREATS ADVANCED BOGGLING OF THE MIND, Angelflesh #12 1999 p41

"i never considered tylenol to be," Hospital p25

"i never minded when a woman smoked.", Rustic #5 1995 p43

"i never realized the telephone directory," Firebird Ex p43

"i never used to flirt with waitresses.", Round–Up p102, Worm #143 1996 p102

"i notice nowadays i read," Hospital p73

"i notice that," PressT 1999 Aug 29 p.A1

"i notice that a lot of people,", Lucid #20 1998 Apr p49

"i often wonder," Active Ing p18

"i once wrote a poem admitting the," Worm #141 1996 p40

"i overheard how bukowski had these," Round–Up p101, Worm #143 1996 p101

"i paint portraits because," Coagula #39 1999 May p32

"i picked up a copy of thomas," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p45

"i quickly learn the only essential phrase:", Hem Col p9

"i ran into one of our former english majors," Time Zone track 19

"i read a reviewer who says, 'a case of," Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9, New Male p10

"i read 'for best taste, drink by," NerveC #3 1997 Spr p16

"i read in a novel by martin amis," Worm #142 1996 p71

"I read in a sam shephard piece," Sic Vice #2 1998 Aug/Sep p26

"i read in andrea lee's review," Round–Up p103, Worm #143 1996 p103

"i read in evelyn wood's obituary," Round–Up p138, Worm #143 1996 p138

"i read in kurt vonnegut the conclusion:", Cerberus #36 1999 p19

"i read in roland barthes: 'striptease", Between p295

"i read in the catalogue,", Round–Up p111, Worm #143 1996 p111

"i read in the paper that," Round–Up p121, Worm #143 1996 p121

"i read in the paper that women," Fuck! 2(6) 1999 June p2

"i read in the paper today," Worm #125 1992 p35, ZZZ #8 1995 p22

"i read in time magazine that," Round–Up p125, Worm #143 1996 p125

"i realize that, for the," Hospital p79

"i realized for the first time today," West p192

"i received an unexpected award today.", West p238, Worm #142 1996 p70

"I return to the table with a plate," Changing #11 1998 p11

"i see her picture in a book-ad," Black Cross #4 1997 p62

"i see it misused even in," Brobd #12 1999 Sum

"i see they're finally doing a book,", Exquisite #55 1995 p22

"I sent a copy of an article I'd written," West p221

"i show the paperback i've just purchased," Amelia 8(1) 1996 p26

"i sip a nonalcoholic foreign beer," NerveB #2 1996 Sum p11

"i smiled goodbye to the pretty receptionist," Round–Up p130, Worm #143 1996 p130

"i started driving up to the jazz bakery," Face p2

I SURE AS FUCK HOPE HE'S NOT RIGHT, Firebird Ex p67, West p21

"i taught my daughter solitaire today.", Firebird Ex p114

I TAUGHT THEM HOW, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p43

"i tell them about the knowledge computer," Back East p26

"i think i would demand an exact replication," West p82

"i think i'll write an article," Freedom #8 1999 p6

"i think like an old man these days.", Art Farmer p17, Zerx C #43 1997 p17

I THINK SHE LIKES ME TOO, Hem Col p20

"i think that magritte should have named," Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 20

"i thought i was the only one," Home 11(1) 1998 Sum p12

"I thought of her last night,", West p61

"i took my little boy to see," MainS 4(1) 1999 Spr p14

"i took my two visiting daughters,", West p209

"i used to believe it was okay," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p47

"i used to consider sinead o'connor," Bender #1 1997 p31, Firebird Ex p158

"i used to have a theory about soap operas,", Firebird Ex p141, FiveA #10 1998 p6

"i used to live above a garage right on the sand.", Firebird Ex p47, West p170

I USED TO LOVE CUBA LIBRES, Back East p16

"i used to think sometimes," Back East p8

"i wanted to be a sculptor," Firebird Ex p94

I WAS ALWAYS THE LAST ON THE BLOCK TO RECEIVE HIS SECRET DECODER RING, Round–Up p129, Worm #143 1996 p129

"i was handing back some freshman papers," Firebird Ex p73, West p234

"i was idly perusing today," Firebird Ex p149

"i was on my way to the bank," Lucid #20 1998 Apr p50

"i was once so close to them," West p239

"i was one of richard burton's greatest fans," West p201

"i was raised by women,", Back East p33

"i was reading a book yesterday," West p179

"i was swimming at the y the other day," Press #9 1998 p87

"i was there that year.", Rustic #5 1995 p43

"i was thinking the other day about," Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p11

"i was watching bill buckley," Purple #1 1997? p30

"i watch my daughter learning how," NerveC #2 1996 Fall p13

"i watch this pbs special that insists," ZZZ #11 1996 p34

I WISH I'D SAID THAT, AND SOME DAY I PROBABLY WILL, West p174

I WONDER IF PHLEBAS THE PHOENICIAN WAS A MEMBER, ZZZ #20 1998? p42

"i wonder what i'd do if,", Back East p16

"i wonder why some athletes," Back East p15

"i won't forget the nurse," Hospital p41

I WORE KHAKIS TOO, Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p49

"i worked hard, got through quickly.", West p104

THE ICEBERG THEORY, Worm #142 1996 p69

"ich wubte, er hatte gerade einen zweijahrigen," CBETT p87

ID AIN'T WHAT ID USED TO BE, Conflict #1 1995 Apr p52

I'D BEEN ON MY BEST BEHAVIOR, Hem Col p36

"i'd come to take it," Hospital p77

I'D GIVEN UP ON BEING PRESIDENT AND NOW I GUESS I CAN ALSO FORGET ABOUT BEING FIRST LADY, West p195

"if i were an art teacher," NerveC #6 1998 Fall p10

"if not exactly humbling,", Cabo p8

IF THE TRUTH BE KNOWN, Last Call p4

"if they don't like the way we talk,", Sporting p10, Worm #142 1996 p69

"if you ask one hundred poets," Firebird Ex p78

"if you ever have the opportunity," Rio 15(2) 1996 Spr p22

IF YOU ONLY REMEMBER ONE THING I TELL YOU..., Pittsburgh p19

I.H.O.O.Q., Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 20

I'LL HAVE THE BEEF TACOS, POR FAVOR, Cabo p18

I'M A LOT MORE APT TO BREAK, Firebird Ex p80

I'M ABOUT READY FOR THE VENERABLE BEDE, Round–Up p142, Worm #143 1996 p142

I'M AFRAID TO LOOK IN THE MIRROR, Active Ing p27, First #4 1997 p26

"i'm already notorious with my kids," Round–Up p140, Worm #143 1996 p140

"i'm carrying my laundry," Firebird Ex p14

"i'm experiencing some typical fatherly concern," West p198

I'M FILING THIS TECHNIQUE AWAY FOR A RAINY DAY, NerveC #8 1999 Fall p31

"i'm getting sick of hearing god referred to," Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

"i'm glad he decided to draw," El Dor #1 1997 Nov p23

I'M GLAD I DIDN'T HAUL IT UP TO BED WITH ME, Back East p28

"i'm handing out freebies of," New Male p7

"i'm hurrying to see beyond rangoon", Penniless #10 1996 Aut p36

"i'm just beginning the second-last poem," West p212

"i'm not going to dwell here," Face p7

"i'm not that crazy about the works," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p40

"i'm on the phone with one of my," OneD 1997 Oct p17

"i'm passing the pre-school that my," Brobd #12 1999 Sum

"i'm reading hundreds of essays," Reater #2 1998 p205

"i'm reading the posthumous collection," Temple 1(2) 1997 p15

"i'm reading this review of," Tears #24 1999 Aut p64

"i'm remembering how my aunt pat used," West p29

"I'm re-reading the sun also rises", Fingerprints #3 1997 Fall p26

"i'm riding in the car," Active Ing p3, Angelflesh 1997 bonus issue p20, RTR p49

"i'm sitting in the tavern," West p196

"i'm so sick of hearing the catch-phrase 'mid-life crisis'", West p174

"i'm supposed to meet paul trachtenberg," Mama 1(1) 1999 p23

I'M SURE HAROLD IS GRATEFUL, Round–Up p105, West p211, Worm #143 1996 p105

"i'm talking to a friend," ZZZ #11 1996 p34

"i'm telling him how i," Purple #1 1997? p30

"i'm thinking about the accent over," El Dor #1 1997 Nov p22

"i'm toasting a few irish patriots," Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p24

"i'm trying to eat my spaghetti," NerveC #5 1998 Spr p20, Sporting p34

"I'm turning forty in a week," West p173

"i'm up at a rare and awful hour," Running p7

"i'm updating my research," Hem Col p2

I'M VERY PROUD OF HER, Angelflesh #10 1998 p46, Firebird Ex p164

"i'm waiting for my little boy," Slip #18 1998 p66, Sporting p45

"i'm watching a rented video of 'round midnight", Cerberus #32 1998 p19, More Jazz p17, OBOAP p415, Outlaw p415, Round–Up p128, Worm #143 1996 p128, Zerx C #46 1998 p17

"the image of a pipe," Silent S #2 1995 p31

LES IMAGISTES

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p19

"an immensely talented young poet," Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p54

AN IMMORTAL IN THE FLESH, Running p23

"the implements of geometry,", Angelflesh #11 1998 p23

"the importance of a window," Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33, First #12 1999 p27

THE IMPORTANCE OF POOR PENMANSHIP, West p232

AN IMPORTANT QUESTION, Angelflesh 1997 bonus issue p7

"in 1964 I was sitting in the L.A. State cafeteria," West p133

"in 1964 marcel duchamp," Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 20

"in a single full day in hong kong," Macao p17

IN ALL OTHER WAYS, IT'S A VERY GOOD VISIT, Hospital p57

"in cormac mccarthy's blood meridian", Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p18

"in general it makes a world of difference,", Angelflesh #9 1998 p19

"in high school, when the jesuits insisted," Active Ing p22, Verve 9(1) 1997 Spr p27

"in his," Minotaur #31 1996 p28

"in his early career hockney lamented," Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p19

IN LONG BEACH, PROFESSOR JOINS PACK OF PERFORMING POETS [prose] [GL cited]

Monaghan, Peter, CHE 1999 July 16 pA10

IN MEMORIAM, Firebird Ex p25

IN MEMORIAM: MARVIN MALONE APRIL 2, 1930 - NOVEMBER 26, 1996 [prose], SmPrR #291 1997 Apr p15

"in my fantasy i am the leader," West p187

"in my room i drank a lot," Cabo p25

"in order to get the dirt-cheap introductory fare," Purple #3 1998? p41

IN SEARCH OF PIROGI, Pittsburgh p9, Pittsburgh p10

"in spite of the black bean chili,", Pittsburgh p7

"in spite of the current reign of terror,", Reater #3 1999 p27

"in the aerobics room,", Active Ing p21, ZZZ #14 1997 Spr p5

"in the american heritage history", Firebird Ex p62

"in the bars you learned:", Firebird Ex p147, Press #8 1998 p77

"in the dentist's waiting room," Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

"in the golden orange", New Male p9

"in the intensive care unit,", Hospital p35

IN THE JUNGLE OF THE SELF, Active Ing p19, Royal 1(1) 1997 p25, Sals 1996 Apr p2

"in the last row at the opera,", Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p11

"in the last three years," Bli #7 1997 Win p18

"in the 'lifestyle' section,", Round–Up p119, Worm #143 1996 p119

"in the lobby of the musical theatre,", NerveC #6 1998 Fall p10

"in the middle of making love to her," Sex 1(6) 1999 Sep p29

"in the mona lisa bar"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p19

"in the morning mail a magazine arrives," Firebird Ex p72

"in the next life,", Reater #2 1998 p203

IN THE OLD DAYS, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p45

IN THE PRESENCE OF GREATNESS: THE BUKOWSKI/BARFLY NARRATIVE [excerpt], CB:T p174

IN THE PRESENCE OF GREATNESS: THE BUKOWSKI/BARFLY NARRATIVE [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p39

IN THE PRESENCE OF GREATNESS: THE BUKOWSKI/BARFLY NARRATIVE [prose], CBASB p41

IN THE PUBLIC MARKET, Macao p27

"in the '50s, as a kid," Two Jazz p6

"in the shopping district of la habana", Hem Col p15

"in the sixth grade they gave us a belgian nun.", West p30

"in the waiting room of the hong kong airport," Macao p22

AN INAPPROPRIATE ENTRY, Round–Up p114, Worm #143 1996 p114

THE IN-CROWD LEAVES THEMSELVES OUT, Active Ing p26, Slip #16 1996 p61

AN INDIAN NAME FOR IT, Pittsburgh p19

"indoors,", Minotaur #31 1996 p28

Infante, Victor D.

GERALD LOCKLIN [prose], OCW 1999 Feb 19 Calendar p72

AN INFINITESIMALLY MINOR CONTRIBUTION TO LITERARY HISTORY, Black Cross #4 1998 p58, Sporting p36

AN IN-FLIGHT DIVERSION, Brouhaha #15 1999 Jan p38

"infra dig -- what a great," Active Ing p6, Café #8 1997 Spr p31

THE INGREDIENT, Running p29, Worm #144 1997 p156

INSIGHT OF AN AMATEUR ASTROLOGER, Black Cross #4 1997 p1

INTERIOR OF A RESTAURANT, Art Farmer p12, Zerx C #43 1997 p12

[interview] FOUR BEATNIKS IN A CADILLAC

Alvin, Dave & GL, Sic Vice #6 1999 Apr/May p13

[interview] GERALD LOCKLIN

Frischkorn, Craig, Am Mu Bl #15 1997 p2

Mitzner, Rita, Next 5(1) 1998 Mar p10

Smith, Jules, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p26

[interview] GERALD LOCKLIN A SURE BET

Smith, Jules, Beat #29 1997 p34

[interview] GERALD LOCKLIN INTERVIEWED

Caddy, David, Rustic #6 1996 p50

Smith, Jules, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p26

[interview] THE SCRIBE, WITH HIS WILD DAYS BEHIND HIM, ACCOMPLISHED WRITER & POET GERALD LOCKLIN IS FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS MOST: THE PRINTED WORD

Wollard, John, PressT 1998 June 4 p.C1

[interview] TAKE RISKS YOURSELF: AN INTERVIEW WITH WENDY BISHOP AND GERALD LOCKLIN

Bishop, Wendy & Locklin, Gerald, Writing 7(1) 1995/96 Fall/Win p100

INTERVIEW WITH GERALD LOCKLIN

Basinski, Michael, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p1

"the interviewee is complaining about," Bellicose 1(12) 1996 Apr

INTIMIDATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS, Cabo p11

INTO THE VALLEY RODE THE TWO

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p7

INVERTED PYRAMID, Round–Up p137, Worm #143 1996 p137

IRON MAN, Back East p15

"ironically, it is in a thai restaurant in macao," Macao p25

"is a rose.", WinP 1(9) 1995 p3

"is everything but red.", Simple V #1 1998 p66

"is named for charles s. stetler,", West p122

"is that you always seem to have to do it," Simple M 1998 p12

"is the atmosphere blue?", Bakunin 5(2) 1995 Win p99

"is this painting primarily concerned," Running p14, Worm #140 1995 p186

"is this peace, this airlessness, this luminosity,", Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p98

ISAAC SOYER: CAFETERIA, 1930, Firebird Ex p55

ISN'T THE WORST EVER BEHIND YOU?, West p173

IT AIN'T ALWAYS INTIMATE, NerveC #3 1997 Spr p17

IT AIN'T AS SIMPLE AS MASA ANYMORE

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p12

IT ALL MADE SENSE IN HER HEAD, Round–Up p131, Worm #143 1996 p131

"it does not matter where you break your lines," Firebird Ex p97, West p9

"it had been a cold night in the tent, but in the morning"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p18

"it had been at least a year since," Round–Up p130, Worm #143 1996 p130

"it has a strong tobacco odor.", Round–Up p133, Worm #143 1996 p133

"it is june again and i am teaching," Round–Up p117, Worm #143 1996 p117

"it is my birthday. i turn," Round–Up p137, West p233, Worm #143 1996 p137

"it is my first hour in," Hem Col p9

"it is what i always did in paris in," Sporting p31, Wood #8 1998 p10

"it isn't because the originals are always," CPA p140, Running p47

IT JUST TURNED OUT THAT WAY, Conflict #1 1995 Apr p52

"it made me feel good," NerveC #8 1999 Fall p31

IT MAKES SENSE TO ME, Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p11

"it must be 200 degrees on the tarmac," Hem Col p36

"it must be a comfort to," Poetry Di #11 1995 Fall p72

"it must be because," Temple 1(2) 1997 p14

"it says in the bible that," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p46

"it seems to me a bit inconsistent," Round–Up p128, Worm #143 1996 p128

"it takes a certain amount of diplomacy,", Firebird Ex p115

"It takes a lot to get you there, but it won't kill you either.", West p94

"it warms the heart to," Two Jazz p8

"it was a good year for black lines;", Prop #3 1997 Sum p14

"it was a good year to look backwards,", Active Ing p15, Outlaw p417, Wood #5 1997 p1

"it was a more spacious world.", Cerberus #31 1998 p18

"It was always a great show, all those hairy sermons,", West p119

"It was my last night in London,", BOI p85

"it was still a landmark in the 1940s," FiveA #11 1999 p27

"it was the hippie era," New Male p15

"it was the opening night," FiveA #11 1999 p27

"it's a beautiful old room at the westin william penn,", Pittsburgh p6

"it's a free concert," More Jazz p1, Zerx C #46 1998 p1

"it's a little lebanese place,", El Dor #1 1997 Nov p20

"it's a little sad," Hospital p66

IT'S A NICE VIEW, JUST LIKE, Macao p26

"'it's about,' she says, 'the inability," Dufus p24, Sporting p40

IT'S ALL THAT MATTERS TO ME ALSO, Firebird Ex p14

"it's all that's left," Firebird Ex p84, West p190

"it's always a toss-up," Back East p20

IT'S ALWAYS FREE TICKETS TO THE OLD GUILT TRIP, West p213

"it's amazing how," Purple #2 1998? p15

"it's gray outside grandma's candies.", West p169

ITS HOUR COME 'ROUND AT LAST, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p25

IT'S NICE TO BE A MAJOR SOMETHING, Cabo p3

"it's nice to know that,", Bellicose 1(12) 1996 Apr

"it's no doubt self-flattery even to," West p108

"it's not a good idea," Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

"it's one of my favorite quotations,", Firebird Ex p68

IT'S PROBABLY WHY SO MANY MOTELS ARE IN THE SURROUNDING COMMUNITIES, Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p55

"it's so easy to love," Back East p19

IT'S THE CAFFEINE TALKING, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p42

"it's the first time i've been," Black Cross #4 1997 p57

"it's the sort of shopping center," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p38

"it's what i called my daughter," Round–Up p122, West p205, Worm #143 1996 p122

"i've always been a marlon brando fan,", West p128

"i've always lived a lot of my," Hospital p78

"I've been having a little trouble with my eyes of late;", West p107

"i've been obsessed with it of late,", West p153

"i've been teaching for thirty-two years," Active Ing p18, NerveC #3 1997 Spr p16, RTR p50

"i've been two hundred fifty pounds before," Firebird Ex p34

"i've been working on," Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p8

"i've fathered five, been father to none of them.", PNSP p206

"i've had varicose veins," Hospital p67

"i've just read a cover letter," MainS 3(1) 1998 Spr p59, Sporting p26

"i've never wanted to meet david hockney.", Round–Up p110, Worm #143 1996 p110

"i've no sooner crossed the line," Back East p5

"i've read just about all of," Round–Up p142, Worm #143 1996 p142

"i've taken a lot of pleasure in," Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p19

"i've walked the roads," Reater #3 1999 p24

 

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JACK GOLDSTEIN: UNTITLED, ACRYLIC ON CANVAS, 1986, Firebird Ex p100

JACKSON POLLOCK: AUTUMN RHYTHM (NUMBER 30), New Male p17

JACKSON POLLOCK: NUMBER 1, 1950 (LAVENDER MIST), Rustic #7 1996 p75

JACQUES LIPSCHTZ: SEATED BATHER, Spring n.s. #4 1995 Oct p136

JAK JSEM SE SEZNÁMIL CHARLESEM BUKOWSKYM [prose], BST p5

JAK VEIMI POZORUHODNÉ, BST p46

JAK VYCHÁZET CHARLESEM BUKOWSKYM [prose], BST p38

JAKE, Back East p52

JAKE'S TOWN, Fingerprints #3 1997 Fall p26

JAMES ABBOTT MCNEIL WHISTLER: THE THAMES IN ICE AND ROTHERHITHE, BOTH 1860, Wood #8 1998 p9

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER: AT THE PIANO, Mama 1(1) 1999 p24

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER: HARMONY IN GREEN AND ROSE: THE MUSIC ROOM, Spill #9 1999 Spr/Sum p62

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER: LADY OF THE LIJSEN AND VARIATIONS IN FLESH COLOR & GREEN: THE BALCONY, Royal 1(2) 1997 p25, Running p12

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER: NOCTURNE: BLUE AND GOLD--OLD BATTERSEA BRIDGE, 1872-77, Press #6 1997 p42

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER: SYMPHONY IN WHITE, NO. 1: THE WHITE GIRL, Press #6 1997 p41

JAMES ABBOTT McNEILL WHISTLER: THE THAMES IN ICE AND ROTHERHITHE, BOTH 1860, Sporting p30

THE JAZZ BAKERY, Art Farmer p4, Zerx C #43 1997 p4

JAZZ FOR JESUS, Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p8

JEAN-AUGUSTE-DOMINIQUE-INGRES: VICOMTESSE D'HAUSSONVILLE, 1845, Coagula #43 1999 Dec p32

JERRY GARCIA AND MICKEY MANTLE, Active Ing p8, Angelflesh #7 1997 p16

JESUS H. CHRIST ON A SWEET FUCKING CRUTCH, New Male p1

"jesus h. yawned and patted his lips with," New Male p1

Jobe, James Lee

RUNNING INTO GER by LOCKLIN [rev], OneD #40 1999 Sep p21

THE JOE WILLIAMS SUITE: A TRIBUTE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL, Two Jazz p1

JOHN JAMES AUDUBON: WHOOPING CRANE, Reater #2 1998 p208

JOHNNY RIGOLETTO, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p20

Johnson, Marilyn

LETTER [re: GL], SmPrR #295/296 1997 Aug/Sept p6

JUDITH WITH THE HEAD OF HOLOFERNES, Art Farmer p16, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p23, Zerx C #43 1997 p16

"julia explains to us," Hem Col p21

JULIP by HARRISON [rev], SISF 32(1) 1995 Win p96, WeAm 33(1) 1996 Win p126

JURY [prose], Reater #1 1997 p169

"just before dawn"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p14

JUST LIKE THE OLD DAYS, Temple 1(2) 1997 p14

"just off cathedral square," Hem Col p10

JUST OFF CATHEDRAL SQUARE [art], Hem Col p42

THE JUVENILE AUTHOR, Firebird Ex p59

 

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KANDINSKY: DOMINANT CURVE, Ant #3 1996 Sum p32

KANDINSKY: LANDSCAPES, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p99

KANDINSKY: ON GRAY, Ant #3 1996 Sum p32

KANDINSKY: WHITE CENTER, Ant #3 1996 Sum p32

KARL'S CHILI, Firebird Ex p54

KEEP YOUR EYES ON THE ROAD, West p11

KEEPING CARITAS IN THE ABSTRACT, Cabo p10

Keida, Yusuke

EDITOR'S AFTERWORD [prose], BlueB #12 1997 Mar back cover

KEITH JARRETT: THE KÖLN CONCERT, Running p40

Kempher, Ruth Moon

MEETING GERALD LOCKLIN AT THE HOLIDAY INN BAR IN GREAT BEND, KANSAS, Worm #138 1995 p84

KICKING THE STONE, Firebird Ex p94

KIDS, PNSP p206

KILLER FOG, Back East p60

"korea, vietnam, russia,", Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p14

Kremer, John

AUTHORS [prose], OWTMYB p568

 

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L.A. RIVER ANTHOLOGY, Hospital p73

Lachnit, Carroll

A FITTING SEND-OFF FOR PEARLS OF POETRY [prose] [cites GL], PressT 1998 Nov 8 p.J5

MEMORIES OF A BARFLY -- HOMAGE TO A WRITER [prose] [re: GL], PressT 1997 Jan 12 p.J3

"the lady on the bench," CBASB p11, Cerberus #35 1999 July p5

LANGUAGE POEM: COW, Everywhere p12

"a large diver makes," Sporting p14

LAST CALL FOR CONTRIBUTORS TO CHARLES BUKOWSKI TRIBUTE [prose] [re: GL]

Burke, Jan, PressT 1995 June 11 p.D2

THE LAST COMIDA, Round–Up p130, Worm #143 1996 p130

THE LAST DAYS OF POMPEII, Macao p9

"the last few living men in america," Firebird Ex p25

"last night i had another dream," NerveC #6 1998 Fall p9

THE LAST NIGHT IS ALWAYS A DARK NIGHT, Back East p64

LAST ONE TO THE CIDER PRESS IS A ROTTEN APPLE, Round–Up p116, West p65, Worm #143 1996 p116

THE LAST ROUND-UP, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p61, Round–Up p97, Worm #143 1996 p97

THE LAST ROUND-UP by LOCKLIN [rev]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1997 Feb 21 p.W2

Haselmann, Ralph, Jr., Lucid #21 1998 May p264

Potts, Charles, Temple 1(2) 1997 p63

THE LAST SHRINK, OR, THESE ARE THE GOOD OLD DAYS, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p97

"last sunday i ended up in the emergency room," Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p18

LAST YEAR IN CORONADOBAD

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p26

THE LATE, LATE, LATE SHOW, West p96

LATE REGISTRATION, CWPFNA p100, Random H p160, Time Zone track 19

"lately i'm early-to-bed," ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p3

"lately i've been running into myself.", Running p4

"lately i've been shocked at the faces," Active Ing p27, First #4 1997 p26

"later, over dinner,", Hem Col p3

A LATER POEM FOR MAUREEN, West p153

LAW ENFORCEMENT, Round–Up p114, Worm #143 1996 p114

THE LAW OF REVERSALS, Angelflesh #8 1997 p44

THE LEADER OF THE PACK, West p187

Leake, Brent T.

ART FARMER SUITE AND OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Temple 1(2) 1997 p16

LEARNING HIS LESSON, Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

LEARNING TO SEE CROOKED, CTLTB p183

"the least competent," Hem Col p18

"leaving the downtown bar at closing,", Firebird Ex p52

LEAVING YOURSELF BEHIND, Worm #137 1995 p42

LEE KRASNER, Coagula #43 1999 Dec p32

LEGACIES, Pittsburgh p14

LEGACY, Hem Col p4

LÊON BAKST: COSTUME STUDY FOR LA PERI, Bakunin 6 1997 p166, Sporting p11

LES McCANN, Face p3

"less than a week after being let out," Hospital p61

"less than five-feet tall," Macao p28

"less than two years from my hospitalization," Two Jazz p2

"let the young enjoy," Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p11

LET'S CUT THE HORSESHIT, GUYS AND GIRLS, Firebird Ex p88

LET'S OPEN OUR EYES, Firebird Ex p41

"die leute sagen, bukowski sei ein verrater," CBETT p39

Levin, Beatrice

LETTER [re: GL], SmPrR #293/294 1997 June/July p12

LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVES AND CONSERVATIVE-LIBERALS, Round–Up p128, Worm #143 1996 p128

LIDI RIKAJÍ, ZE SE BUKOWSKI ZAPRODAL, BST p43

LIFE EXCEEDS ART, Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p15

LIFE GOES ON, L.A.-STYLE, Fat Tu 1995 p4

"life is a boat.", Firebird Ex p31

THE LIFE OF THE PARTY, Hospital p35

A LIGHT AFTERNOON, Cerberus #33 1999 p48, Firebird Ex p77

A LIGHT LUNCH AT THE INGLATERRA [prose], Hem Col p32

"like most things that are good for you,", Round–Up p104, Worm #143 1996 p104

"like sprinters in their starting blocks.", Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p16

"like the old masters,", OneT #1 1997 p42

LINCOLN KIRSTEIN, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p94

DER LINKE HAKEN VON ROURKE IST NICH SO BESONDERS [prose], Buk p159

DIE LINKE HAKEN VON ROURKE IST NICHT SO BESONDERS... [prose], CBETT p61

THE LITTLE ATLAS OF MODERN ENGLISH LIT, Running p35

"a little bookstore at the local mall," NerveC #3 1997 Spr p17

LITTLE DOVE, WHO MADE THEE?, Art Farmer p10, Zerx C #43 1997 p10

THE LITTLE LADY, ZZZ #15 1997 p42

A LITTLE SOMETHING TO LIE AWAKE WORRYING ABOUT, Back East p20

LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT, Firebird Ex p83

LIUBOV POPOVA: PAINTERLY CONSTRUCTION, 1920, Art Farmer p13, Zerx C #43 1997 p13

LIVING WITH ONE'S CHOICES, Sporting p23

LOCKLIN BIBLIO 2 by WEBER [rev]

Haselmann, Ralph, Jr., Lucid #21 1998 May p264

Locklin, Gerald & Stetler, Charles

HEMINGWAY AS ENVIRONMENTALIST [prose], Hem Col p23

LOCKLIN, GERALD [about], DAPFW 1998 p39, DOAS 9th v2 1999 p192, Grandad throughout, Oxford 1996 p398, WD 1996 p919, WD 1997 p914, WD 1998 p914, WD 1999 p929

LOCKLIN, GERALD [cited], DOPP 13th p.i

Locklin, Vanessa

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Back East back cover, Running back cover, Sporting title page & back cover, West p241

LOCKLIN VERSUS LOCKLIN, Firebird Ex p50

"a london that i wish i had known.", Sporting p30

"a london that i wish i'd known.", Wood #8 1998 p9

"long ago and far away.", Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 21

THE LONG BEACH FREEWAY, West p9

LONG DAY'S JOURNEY TO THE END OF NIGHT, Active Ing p10, Bottomfish #18 1997 p61

"a long time ago a student of," Round–Up p137, Worm #143 1996 p137

"look at me lift one foot.", Reater #2 1998 p208

Lopez, Jose

SHORT STORIES AND POETRY COLLIDE AT L.B.'S MUM'S [prose] [re: GL], D49er 1997 Sept 18 p9

A LOSER, Time Zone track 19, West p129

"a lot of my former drinking buddies," Reater #1 1997 p162

"a lot of people,", Hospital p38

"a lot of times i don't look," Round–Up p113, Worm #143 1996 p113

"a lot of tough guys," Firebird Ex p53

LOUIS LOZOWICK: STILL LIFE #2, 1929, Sporting p28, Wood #8 1998 p8

LOVE CAN BLIND, Worm #141 1996 p41

LOVE POEM, Joyful p16

LOVE STORY, West p67

"love turns gold to GOLD and," Firebird Ex p4

LOW TIDE FLOODTIME: WINTER 1969, West p136

LUCIAN FREUD: EVENING IN THE STUDIO, 1933, Poetry Di #10 1995 Spr p68

LUCIAN FREUD: TWO JAPANESE WRESTLERS BY A SINK, 1983-87, OneD #32 1999 Jan p6

LUCIEN FREUD: GIRL WITH ROSES, 1947-48, Sheila #11 1997 p25, Sporting p21

 

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"the macao jazz club,", Macao p15

THE MACAO/HONG KONG TRIP by LOCKLIN [rev]

Basinski, Michael, Basinski #1 1998 May p31, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p66, Wood #9 1998 p34

Headley, Robert, Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42

MADAME BUTTERFLY, Firebird Ex p45

MAGDALENA ABAKRONOWICZ: INFANTES, 1992, Worm #141 1996 p41

MAGIC WAND, West p233

MAGRITTE: DOUBLE SELF-PORTRAIT, CLAIRVOYANCE, Bakunin 5(2) 1995 Win p98

MAGRITTE: ILLUSTRATED YOUTH, Purple #1 1997? p30

MAGRITTE: IN GOOD FAITH, 1962, Silent S #2 1995 p31

"magritte painted this picture," Bakunin 5(2) 1995 Win p98

MAGRITTE: THE DOMAIN OF ARNHEIM, Bakunin 5(2) 1995 Win p99

MAGRITTE: THE TOMB OF THE WRESTLERS, WinP 1(9) 1995 p3

MAIN STREET, SEAL BEACH, West p169

MAKE OF THIS WHAT YOU WILL, Reater #1 1997 p167, Sporting p22

MAKING THE SAME OLD MISTAKES, Black Cross #4 1998 p30, Dockernet #24 1999 Oct p2, Sporting p35

"a man is a wind;", Rustic #7 1996 p75

"a man needs many arms.", Reater #2 1998 p209

"a man on the make," Poetry Di #10 1995 Spr p67

MAN WALKING, 1918, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p145

"a man walks back upon himself,", Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p145

A MAN WHO SERVED TWO MASTERS, AND THEN SOME, Firebird Ex p72

MANET: THE BENCH, Art Farmer p11, Zerx C #43 1997 p11

MANIFESTOS, Round–Up p138, Worm #143 1996 p138

MANNEQUIN, Firebird Ex p5, West p15

MANTEGNA: PORTRAIT OF A MAN, Sporting p4

THE MANTLE IS PASSED, Back East p45

"many years ago," Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p14

MARC CHAGALL: A SEQUENCE OF POEMS, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p141

MARC CHAGALL: HALF-PAST THREE (THE POET) AND THE POET RECLINING, Sporting p31, Wood #8 1998 p10

MARC CHAGALL: THE DRUNKARD, Royal 1(2) 1997 p26, Running p43

MARCEL DUCHAMP: THE BRIDE STRIPPED BARE BY HER BACHELORS, EVEN, Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p10

"marcia clark is trying to convince the jury," First #4 1997 p26

MARCO POLO BROUGHT BACK SPICES; I GUESS SIR WALTER RALEIGH DIDN'T, ZZZ #9 1996 p19

MARIKO MORI: MIRROR OF WATER, 1996-1998, Lilliput #101 1999 Jan p14

"marius the epicurean ages into," Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p11

MARK MURPHY AT THE JAZZ BAKERY, Face p5

MARK MY WORDS, Worm #138 1995 p87

"mark roma's of mixed ancestry," Pittsburgh p17

MARSDEN HARTLEY: PORTRAIT OF A GERMAN OFFICER, ZZZ #13 1996 Win p19

MARTIN JOHNSON HEADE: RHODE ISLAND SHORE, 1858, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p98

MARTIN JOHNSON HEADE: THE COMING STORM, Spring n.s. #4 1995 Oct p136

MARTINUS RORBYE: VIEW FROM THE ARTIST'S WINDOW, 1825, Staple #34 1995 Win p77

MARVIN MALONE (WHO KNEW A POEM WHEN HE SAW ONE), Worm #145/146 1999 p45

MARY CASSATT: WOMAN AND CHILD, Coagula #39 1999 May p32

MATERIAL, Hem Col p3

MATSUMI HAYOSHI: EASTERN STATE PENITENTIARY, INFIRMARY, Ambit #152 1998 p71

"maureen i love you more than modigliani," Joyful p16

MAY BE TAKEN WITH YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE, Worm #138 1995 p89

MAYBE, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p47

MAYBE A MISPRINT EARLY IN HIS CAREER, El Dor #1 1997 Nov p22

MAYBE AZERBAIJAN, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p23

MAYBE I WAS THE ASSHOLE?, Bender #1 1997 p31, Firebird Ex p158

"maybe if i didn't hate mud.", Sporting p13

MAYBE IF I'D WORN IT ON MY WRIST?, New Male p9

MAYBE ITS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN BEING AN INTELLECTUAL AND SIMPLY BEING INTELLIGENT, Tears #24 1999 Aut p66

MAYBE I'VE BEEN READING THE WRONG ROMANS, Active Ing p6, Café #8 1997 Spr p31

MAYBE SHE WAS JUST AN ASSHOLE, Avant #1 1995? p16

MAYBE SHE WAS THE GENIUS THAT SHE SAID SHE WAS, Peaky #4/5 1998 p19

MAYBE THE TIMES THEY AREN'T A-CHANGING, ZZZ #10 1996 p17

MAYBE THE WOMEN ARE RIGHT ABOUT US, Firebird Ex p13

MAYBE THEY CONFUSED ME WITH EZRA POUND, West p177

MAYBE THEY FORESEE THE OPPORTUNITIES FOR MOCKERY, OneD 1997 Oct p17

MAYBE THEY THINK ALL POETS DRIVE THEM, Worm #138 1995 p89

MAYBE THIS WILL DO THE TRICK, OneD #40 1999 Sep p10, Running p28, Worm #144 1997 p156

MAYBE WE NEED AN AFFECT-CONFUSION HOTLINE TO TELL US WHAT WE'RE REALLY FEELING, Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p50

"maybe you had to have been there.", Royal 1(2) 1997 p26, Running p42

McKee, Louis

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET by LOCKLIN [rev], Home 10(4) 1997 Aut p7, OnBus #15/16 1999 Fall/Win p276

"a meadow of their own, wild-", Apocalypse #3 1997 Spr p75

MEAT AND POTATOES PEOPLE, West p13

MEDITATION OCCASIONED BY A MIDNIGHT SNACK, Firebird Ex p121, West p175

MEET THE PRESS, Bellicose 1(12) 1996 Apr

MEETING CHARLES BUKOWSKI [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p36a

MEETING CHARLES BUKOWSKI [prose], CBASB p1, Kerouac #27 1995 Win p51

MEETING GERALD LOCKLIN AT THE HOLIDAY INN BAR IN GREAT BEND, KANSAS

Kempher, Ruth Moon, Worm #138 1995 p84

MEETING THE TOAD

Starkey, David, Worm #138 1995 p84

"the memo from the elementary school," Drive #19 1995 p18

MEMORIES OF A BARFLY -- HOMAGE TO A WRITER [prose] [re: GL]

Lachnit, Carroll, PressT 1997 Jan 12 p.J3

"men are easier to strum," Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

MEN ARE FROM MARS; WOMEN ARE FROM BELLEVUE, Cerberus #36 1999 p19

"the men were never outnumbered," Reater #3 1999 p23

MERRY CHRISTMAS, Round–Up p123, Worm #143 1996 p123

Metzger, Wendell

THIS SPORTING LIFE AND OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p34

MICHAEL SWEERTS: PLAGUE IN AN ANCIENT CITY, Panik #1 1998 p21, Sporting p16

MIGRATORY GENERATIONS, Pittsburgh p17

A MILESTONE ON THE COMEBACK TRAIL, Pittsburgh p20

MIND OVER MATTERS; OR MATTER OVER MIND?, Hospital p38

MINIMALISM, West p167

MINNESOTA, Firebird Ex p103

"a minor artist strives to make art," Home #45 1999 Fall/Win p16

A MINORITY OF ONE, Pittsburgh p4

THE 90-MINUTE WAR, Macao p20

THE MISSED FIELD GOAL [prose], Tears #24 1999 Aut p19, West p73

MISUNDERSTOOD, Worm #142 1996 p71

MITIGATING CIRCUMSTANCES, Worm #138 1995 p87

Mitzner, Rita

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Next 5(1) 1998 Mar p10

GERALD LOCKLIN INTERVIEW, Next 5(1) 1998 Mar p10

A MOMENTARY STUD, NerveC #8 1999 Fall p31

THE MOMENTARY TANGIBILITY OF TRANQUILITY, Firebird Ex p143, Reater #1 1997 p168

"'mommie,' she says, 'i've never seen you and daddy," SUPTA p128

"'mommie,' she says, 'i've never seen you and daddy kiss.'", CTLTB p183

Monaghan, Peter

IN LONG BEACH, PROFESSOR JOINS PACK OF PERFORMING POETS [prose] [GL cited], CHE 1999 July 16 pA10

MONDRIAN: BROADWAY BOOGIE WOOGIE, 1942-43, Ambit #152 1998 p69, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p37

MONET WILL DIE BLIND, Firebird Ex p127

MONSTERS & OTHER LOVERS by GLATT [cover blurb], Monsters back cover

"the moon puts its chill upon the waters.", Firebird Ex p15

MOONDANCE [prose], Simple V #2 1999 Feb p67

Moore, Todd

GERALD LOCKLIN: THE POET AS WISE GUY [prose], Pittsburgh p.iv

"more acid has been squeezed from," Two Jazz p12

MORE FROM ROCKIN'-CHAIR QUARTERBACKS [prose] [re: GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1995 Apr 15 p.C1

MORE FUN I'VE MISSED, Minotaur #32 1998/99 Win p18

THE MORE I READ, THE MORE I WRITE, Round–Up p139, Worm #143 1996 p139

MORE ON THE DANISH INVASION

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p17

THE MORE THINGS CHANGE, CWPFNA p100

MORRIS MELTZER: BRIDGETWON, 1923 BERLIN, Firebird Ex p119

"the most abundant metal," Ledge #20 1996 Win p134, Sporting p8

"the most grateful moment of my life," Hospital p11

THE MOST THREADBARE CLICHÉ IN THE MARRIAGE BUSINESS, OneD #42 1999 Nov p9

"the mother is in black.", Firebird Ex p21

"mothers need daughters.", Cerberus #30 1998 p5

MR. ELECTRICITY

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p11

MUMMY MASK, PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, Running p30, Worm #144 1997 p157

"music may assuage the savage roman.", Spill #7 1998 Spr/Sum p79, Sporting p27

MUSSING THE MATRIARCHY, Firebird Ex p11, West p223

"my american university is not even allowed," West p233

MY AUNT BEA, West p61

"my aunt has lived as many years,", Round–Up p143, Worm #143 1996 p143

MY AUNTS AND UNCLES, West p239

"my barber is very thin," Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p15

"my buddy tells me over the phone," Slip #15 1995 p56

MY CHILDHOOD SWEETHEART AND FIRST WIFE, Back East p35

"my cordial correspondent, david forrest,", Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p97

MY DAUGHTER AND THE FIREBIRD, Firebird Ex p129, Twelve p27, West p214

"my daughter, blake, is in kindergarten. they are teaching her," West p168

"my daughter, blake, is in kindergarten. they are teaching her to be a docile," Showcase 1997 Fall p19

"my daughter drives me to dearborn," Back East p22

"my daughter, who is taking high school biology,", West p232

"my daughter, who turns twenty tomorrow,", NerveC #7 1999 Spr p4

"my daughters and i sift through," Back East p50

"my ex-wives got rid of my name," Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p3

MY FAT IS SICK, Firebird Ex p34

"my father would leave me in the car," Round–Up p106, West p16, Worm #143 1996 p106

MY FATHER-IN-LAW'S BRIEF CASE, Round–Up p133, Worm #143 1996 p133

"My father's name, Ivan, was all wrong.", West p10

MY FAVORITE PLACE TO EAT THESE DAYS, El Dor #1 1997 Nov p20

"my friend at the y says,", Stovepipe #12 1998 Spr p15

"my friend at the ymca pool,", Active Ing p25, Brouhaha #13 1998 Jan p5

"my friend has been fighting cancer.", Firebird Ex p151, Reater #2 1998 p206

"my god but this young milliner is ever," Sporting p5

"'my god,' she says, 'you did the dishes.'", Worm #140 1995 p185

"my health has been good of late,", Hem Col p4

MY HEART LEAPT UP, Worm #140 1995 p187

MY INVINCIBLE-INVISIBLE MATERNAL GRANDFATHER, West p26

MY KINDA GUY, Firebird Ex p52

MY LAST AUNT, Round–Up p143, Worm #143 1996 p143

"my last aunt is ninety and in," NerveB #4 1997 Win p13, Sporting p18

"my last remaining aunt,", Back East p13

"my little boy is on the," Silent T #8 1995 p19

"my little boy picked up a copy of," Firebird Ex p60

MY LUCKY PEN, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p44, Round–Up p124, West p222, Worm #143 1996 p124

"my mother asks me," West p213

"my mother used to take," Round–Up p135, Worm #143 1996 p135

"my mother-in-law is about eighty," Round–Up p126, Worm #143 1996 p126

"my ninety-five year old aunt," ZZZ #20 1998? p42

"my one reservation in taking on," Round–Up p139, Worm #143 1996 p139

"my only memory," West p66

MY PAPER, Hem Col p30

MY RECIPE, West p195

MY SIX-MONTH OLD DAUGHTER, Firebird Ex p3

"my son has kept his sunday afternoon," Art Farmer p3, Zerx C #43 1997 p3

"my son hated school and had," Back East p31

"my son is at a movie with friends,", More Jazz p11, Zerx C #46 1998 p11

MY SON STARTS HIGH SCHOOL, Showcase 1997 Fall p17

"my son starts high school in the fall.", Showcase 1997 Fall p17, Two Jazz p11, West p235

MY SON WANTS TO RIDE THE CHAIRLIFT, Firebird Ex p7

MY SPANISH PROFICIENCY, Hem Col p9

"my students scorn the seaport village," UTLW p303

MY UNCLE HANK, Firebird Ex p123

MY UNCLE JACK, West p129

"my uncle jack has gone to florida," West p129

"my uncle jack met this pretty girl.", West p67

"my uncle jack's conservator decided that," West p218

"my uncle lost his wife to tuberculosis," Round–Up p134, Worm #143 1996 p134

"my uncle virgil," Running p29, Worm #144 1997 p156

MY WASTELAND, Firebird Ex p84, West p190

"my wife is back and i'm," Art Farmer p9, Zerx C #43 1997 p9

"my wife's cat had tiptoed out," Round–Up p119, Worm #143 1996 p119

 

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NÁDHERE & DASÍ DIOUHÉ BÁSNE/MADRIGALY Z CINZÁKU: VYBOR Z RANYCH BÁSNI, 1946-1966 by BUKOWSKI [rev], BST p65

NAMING MOM AND DAD, West p10

THE NATIONAL HEALTH, Firebird Ex p26

THE NATIVE AMERICAN NOVELIST, Black Cross #4 1997 p62

"naturally i get lost once again,' Two Jazz p1

"naturally i'm awake an hour early," Back East p64

NATURE RED AT TOOTH AND CLAW, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p46, Round–Up p116, Worm #143 1996 p116

"near the end of the conference," Hem Col p35

THE NEIGHBORS ARE BEGINNING TO EYE ME SUSPICIOUSLY, Back East p51

"neither of us had ever been"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p26

NEJISTOTA V TOURENFORTII by BUKOWSKI [rev], BST p48

THE NEOPHYTE, Hospital p11

NEU DELPHI, KALIFORNIEN, CBETT p21

"never assume that vincent van gogh," Art Farmer p12, Zerx C #43 1997 p12

"never fly the american beagle unless you desire," Round–Up p103, Worm #143 1996 p103

NEVER MAKE UNREASONABLE DEMANDS, Worm #137 1995 p42

"never position yourself behind a door,", Firebird Ex p75

THE NEVERENDING SACRIFICES OF THE SAINTLY, Running p10

"the new biography of einstein," Worm #141 1996 p42

"the new delhi hot-air balloon festival," Round–Up p114, Worm #143 1996 p114

NEW DELPHI, CALIFORNIA, CBASB p11, Cerberus #35 1999 July p5

NEW DELPHI, CALIFORNIA [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p22

NEW DELPHI, KALIFORNIE, BST p23

"the new doctor would love to establish," Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p22

NEW FRIENDS, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p40

A NEW GEOGRAPHY OF POETS ed by FIELD, LOCKLIN & STETLER [rev]

Starkey, David, SoH 29(1) 1995 Win p98

THE NEW HISTORICISM, NerveC #6 1998 Fall p10

NEW ISSUE OF PEARL MAKES US SWINISH [prose] [cites GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1995 Oct 18 p.D1

THE NEW KIDS ON THE QUAD, Cabo p23

THE NEW MALE, New Male p8

THE NEW MALE by LOCKLIN [rev]

Basinski, Michael, Basinski #1 1998 May p36, Wood #9 1998 p35

Headley, Robert, Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42

Newman, David, BlueB #12 1997 Mar p70

THE NEW MANDARINS, Bender #1 1997 p30

"the new state-of-the-art jukebox in 'the interval'", West p219

"a new york feminist," Hem Col p19

"the newly reformed toad," Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

Newman, David

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET by LOCKLIN [rev], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p30

THE NEW MALE by LOCKLIN [rev], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p70

TWO JAZZ SEQUENCES by LOCKLIN [rev], Chiron #51 1997 Sum p41

"a newsletter just arrived," Worm #138 1995 p88

"next week i go back to new york.", Ambit #152 1998 p69, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p37

"the night before flying back east," Back East p3

"the night before i am scheduled," Hospital p51

"nijinski never jumped; he only," Bakunin 6 1997 p166, Sporting p11

NO AGE OF INFALLIBILITY, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p39

"no barn was ever this burnished.", Peaky #2 1997 Win p16

NO BRAINER, Home 10(4) 1997 Aut p10

NO BRANDY IN THE BILLIARDS ROOM, Macao p5

NO DOUBT IT'S 'MEAN-SPIRITED' OF ME, Hem Col p19

NO EXIT, Last Call p3

NO HORS D'OEUVRES, THANK YOU; I JUST ATE MY FOOT, Cabo p20

"no, i still prefer that outdoors be," Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p53

"no, i wouldn't care to return to," Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p15

NO LONGER A TEENAGER, NerveC #7 1999 Spr p4

NO LOVE, PLEASE; WE'RE AMERICANS, CWPFNA p1, PNSP p202

NO MORE, Temple 1(2) 1997 p15

"no one seemed to mind gringos."

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p13

"no one walks the banks of this canal.", First #8 1998 p24, Sporting p43

NO PAIN/NO GAIN, Round–Up p126, Worm #143 1996 p126

NO WONDER DR. KEVORKIAN HAS A WAITING LIST, ZZZ #20 1998? p42

NO WONDER THE ARABS WEAR ROBES, Worm #138 1995 p88

NOBODY KICKS IN A DOOR LIKE GERARD DEPARDIEU, Firebird Ex p53

NO-BRAINER, Sporting p51

NONE TOO SOON, Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p48

"the northridge quake sure," Fat Tu 1995 p4

NOSTALGIE DE LA BOUE, Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p24

"not often, i suppose," CBASB p13, ZZZ #24 1999 July p4

NOT SUNDAY AFTERNOON, Art Farmer p3, Zerx C #43 1997 p3

NOT TO WORRY [prose], Chiron #46/47 1996 Spr/Sum p18

NOTE WELL, Art Farmer p14, Bakunin 5(2) 1995 Win p98, Zerx C #43 1997 p14

NOTHING CHANGES, Hem Col p21

"nothing was lost or stolen in cuba," Hem Col p38

"nothing's changed in all these," Two Jazz p3

NOTHING'S REALLY CHANGED SINCE HIGH SCHOOL, Angelflesh #8 1997 p11

A NOVEL-INTO-FILM PRESENTATION, Hem Col p35

"The novels I've been reading recently," West p19

"now, eight months later," Hem Col p38

NOW I WISH I HAD, AND TAKEN PHOTOS, Last Call p5

"now that there are no jobs," Pittsburgh p11

"now undress the nude.", Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p10

THE NUNS, Round–Up p107, West p22, Worm #143 1996 p107

NURSE RACHED, Hospital p45

THE NURSES, Hospital p33

"the nurses take their breaks," Hospital p33

 

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O SMRTI VELKÉHO KOMEDIANTA, JARO 1994, BST p113

Oberc, Lawrence

CHIRON REVIEW ed by HATHAWAY & LOCKLIN [rev], Fuel #19 1997 p39

OBJECTS OF DESIRE, West p69

"observing the sunset over the pacific,", Time Zone track 19

OBVIOUSLY NOT A GAMBLER, Hospital p17

"occasionally someone will ask me,", Conflict #1 1995 Apr p52

"occasionally someone will remark,", Mama 1(1) 1999 p22

"of all people, he must have been," West p83

"of course he can't sleep the night," Pittsburgh p22

OF COURSE THE OTHER MIGHT HAVE BEEN EVEN WORSE, Hospital p65

OGATA KENZAN: THE SECOND MONTH: CHERRY BLOSSOMS AND PHEASANT, Royal 1(2) 1997 p27, Running p45

OH WELL, HUMANS EAT TRIPE, New Male p9

LES OISEAUX, Firebird Ex p47, West p170

"the old guy at the y," Round–Up p133, Worm #143 1996 p133

OLD MEN TALK TO WAITRESSES, Round–Up p102, Worm #143 1996 p102

THE OLD MONGOOSE & OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev], Drive #18 1995 p47

Headley, Robert, Chiron #42 1995 Spr p21

OLD NASSAU'S BLACK SHEEP, West p198

OLD WORLD/NEW WORLD, West p66

OMEN?, NerveC #5 1998 Spr p19, Sporting p47

"on a quiet saturday afternoon," Hospital p49

ON A WING AND A PRAYER, Round–Up p103, Worm #143 1996 p103

"on friday night," Back East p10

"on friday night, after dinner with," Back East p48

"on impulse, I decide to look up," Black Cross #4 1997 p1

"on my return from chicago," Back East p60

"on my week's list," Worm #144 1997 p155

"on saturday i wake to a st. patrick's day," Pittsburgh p14

"on saturday morning my daughter and her," Back East p21

"on saturday the sun comes out.", Pittsburgh p15

"on smithfield street i find a tavern," Pittsburgh p16

"on the art calendar for the met," Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p48

"on the back cover," Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

ON THE DEATH OF A GREAT COMEDIAN, SPRING 1994, CBASB p59, Das p18

ON THE DEATH OF A GREAT COMEDIAN, SPRING 1994 [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p28

ON THE DEATH OF LOUIS L'AMOUR, Cerberus #33 1999 p49, Firebird Ex p66

"on the dirt road:", Purple #1 1997? p30

ON THE EVE OF THE SECOND GREAT DEPRESSION, West p219

"on the intensive care floor," Hospital p35

"on the plaza a midget beggar," Hem Col p18

"on the plaza de cazadores,", Hem Col p31

ON THE ROAD TO THE RECYCLING BIN, Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p11

"On the third day of spectacular, multi-", Printed 31(1) 1998 p12

"on the third day of spectacular, multi-course," Macao p5

ON THE TREADMILL AT THE YMCA, Brobd #12 1999 Sum

"on the tundra peacocks," Exquisite #51 1995 p32

"on the video, keith jarrett," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p39

"on the way into," Back East p7

"on this shimmering day of," Staple #34 1995 Win p77

"once a bright young student of mine," Rio 15(2) 1996 Spr p21

ONCE AGAIN IT'S TIME TO FIND ANOTHER BAR, Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p16

ONCE AGAIN MY VIPER-OF-A-PEN BITES BACK, Worm #144 1997 p155

"once in a while i wish there were a god,", BlueB #12 1997 Mar p61, Round–Up p97, Worm #143 1996 p97

"once upon a teeter that had," Sporting p15

ONE DAY YOU WAKE UP AND IT'S GONE, Pittsburgh p22

"one fear is that i've only previously met," Cabo p3

"(1) i didn't pay for admission," Cabo p19

ONE I HOPE HANK WOULD HAVE LIKED, Active Ing p28, Bender #1 1997 p30, RTR p50

ONE MORE THING TO FEEL GUILTY FOR, Pittsburgh p13

"one morning a bug woke up to discover," New Male p16

"one of my few lifetime ambitions," Cabo p18

"one of the fringe benefits," NerveC #8 1999 Fall p30

"one of the presenters quotes shopenhauer:", Cabo p10

ONE OF THE WORST THINGS ABOUT GOING TO THE DOCTOR, Simple M 1998 p12

"one of the young guys who was," Cabo p15

"one saturday as a kid,", West p189

"one self-important shrill vainglorious lout," Cabo p11

ONE TO WHOM IT IS NOT A JOKING MATTER, West p208

ONENESS, New Male p15

THE ONSET, Hospital p1

OR MAYBE HE'S TALKING HIMSELF OUT OF BUYING THE PICTURE, Minotaur #30 1996 p27

ORCHARD SURROUNDED BY CYPRESSES, Cerberus #23 1996 June/Aug p1

OREGON CRISIS HOTLINE, Drive #18 1995 p9, Firebird Ex p30

"the original music for hillary and jackie", Elec V #1 1999 Win p6

OSCAR BLUEMNER: GLOWING NIGHT, 1924, Peaky #2 1997 Win p16

OSCAR SCHLEMNER: BAUHAUS STAIRWAY, 1932, Poetry Di 4(2) 1996 Spr/Sum p74, Sporting p19

OSCAR WILDE DID NOT TEACH COLLEGE, Cabo p16

"the other night i was proofreading a book of mine," Firebird Ex p87

THE OTHER-DIRECTED POETS, Firebird Ex p81

OUR ANNUAL ART CALENDAR, Round–Up p136, Worm #143 1996 p136

"our guide finds us," Hem Col p22

OUR NATIONAL PASTIME IS NOT BASEBALL BUT PIGGING-OUT, Hem Col p18

"our plumber,", Printed 31(1) 1998 p12, Round–Up p115, Worm #143 1996 p115

OUR SPECIES HAS A GENIUS FOR ACCOMMODATION, Hem Col p18

"our youngest cat,", Firebird Ex p137, Lucid #21 1998 May p87

"out too far from shore," Firebird Ex p10

THE OUTDOORSMEN

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p18

"outside the tent"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p15

"over the years toad came to realize," Round–Up p112, Worm #143 1996 p112

"owner of a base-model hyundai excel,", West p208

"the owner of the once-famous restaurant," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p38

 

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PABLO O'HIGGINS: THE MARKET, 1946, Firebird Ex p144, FiveA #10 1998 p6

PABLO PICASSO: INTERIOR WITH A GIRL PAINTING, 1935, Poetry Di 4(2) 1996 Spr/Sum p75, Sporting p20

"painters' models have it easier," Round–Up p135, Worm #143 1996 p135

PALEFACE SECRET WEAPON, Firebird Ex p63

THE PAN PIPER, Two Jazz p13

"the parade passes.", Two Jazz p14

PARENTAL DISCRETION ADVISED, MainS 4(1) 1999 Spr p14

THE PARK, Firebird Ex p98

A PASCHAL SIT-DOWN WITH MESSERS CAMPBELL AND GRAVES, MainS 4(1) 1999 Spr p14

"passiert nicht oft, nehm ich an," CBETT p23

"the pastor of the church of the relics," Macao p11

"the pastoral mode has always depressed me.", First #8 1998 p25, Sporting p42

PATIENCE, JACKASS, Hung 1(2) 1995 p26

PAUL CÉZANNE: PORTRAIT OF ACHILLE EMPERAIRE, 1869-70, Running p31, Wood #5 1997 p2

PAUL CÉZANNE: SELF PORTRAIT, 1875, Active Ing p14, Outlaw p416, Wood #5 1997 p2

PAUL CÉZANNE: THE CARD PLAYERS, Running p14, Worm #140 1995 p186

PAUL CÉZANNE: THE GULF OF MARSEILLE SEEN FROM L'ESTAQUE, 1886, Lynx 4(4) 1997 Fall p96

PAUL CÉZANNE: THE LARGE BATHERS, 1906, Active Ing p15, Outlaw p417, Wood #5 1997 p1

"paul delvaux like to juxtapose naked women," First #6 1997 p27

PAUL KLEE: CHILD'S PLAY, 1939, Simple V #1 1998 p51

PAUL KLEE: PLANT UNDER SURVEILLANCE, 1937, Simple V #1 1998 p56

PAUL KLEE: TEMPLE GARDENS, 1920, Tears #24 1999 Aut p61

Paul, Michael

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Next 5(1) 1998 Mar cover

PAYING FOR ONE TINY MISTAKE, Hem Col p18

PAYING THROUGH THE DENTURES, ZZZ #18 1997 Fall p49

PAYTON'S PLACE, Face p16

PEACE ON EARTH, Ambit #152 1998 p70

PEACH BLOSSOM IN THE CRAU, Always p116

"peachfuzz,", Minotaur #31 1996 p28

"a peacock on a flower pot.", NerveC #2 1996 Fall p12

PEDAGOGY, West p30

PENAL/PENILE, Firebird Ex p19

A PENCIL WITHOUT AN ERASER, Round–Up p121, Worm #143 1996 p121

THE PENDULUM SWINGS OFF ITS HINGE, Reater #2 1998 p205

LA PENSÉE SAUVAGE, Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p54

THE PENULTIMATE DAY, Back East p62

PEOPLE EVERYDAY AND OTHER POEMS by CROCKER [forward by GL] [rev], First #8 1998 p52, First #9 1998 Fall p56

Verrilli, Joseph, Purple #3 1998? p42

"people keep telling me," Simple V #1 1998 p30

PEOPLE SAY BUKOWSKI HAS SOLD OUT, CBASB p25, ZZZ #24 1999 July p2

PEOPLE SAY BUKOWSKI HAS SOLD OUT [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p25

"peppers.", Firebird Ex p144, FiveA #10 1998 p6

THE PERENNIAL PARADOX, Active Ing p6, Mama 1(1) 1999 p23

PERHAPS IT'S WHY WE STILL READ EDGAR ALLAN POE, First #9 1998 Fall p33

THE PERMANENCE OF CHARLES BUKOWSKI [prose], Lummox 2(8) 1996 Aug p3c

PERSONAL STORAGE, Running p25, Worm #137 1995 p43

PERSPECTIVES, Rio 15(2) 1996 Spr p21

PHANTOM SESTINA: KANDINSKY BLACK AND WHITE, Wood #6 1997 p2

"the pharmacist accidentally encloses," Hospital p62

PHIL LAYS DOWN HIS SATURDAY FOR HIS NEW FRIEND, Macao p6, Macao p248

PHILIP TAAFFE: YELLOW PAINTING, 1985, Firebird Ex p61

"the photo in the exhibition," NerveC #7 1999 Spr p5

A PHYSICAL IMPOSSIBILITY, Firebird Ex p139, NerveC #1 1996 Spr p21, Slip #18 1998 p67

PICASSO: THE STUDIO, 1934, Sporting p15

PICASSO: THREE MUSICIANS, Home 10(1) 1995 Sum p16

PICASSO: WOMAN WITH A BLUE VEIL, 1923, Round–Up p135, Worm #143 1996 p135

PICASSO: WOMAN WITH BERET AND COLLAR, 1937, Grasslands #14 1996 Win p22

PICASSO'S ACROBATS AND HARLEQUINS, Mama 1(1) 1999 p22

"picking up my highschool daughter," Round–Up p112, Worm #143 1996 p112

THE PICTURE OF DORIAN LOCKLIN, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p42

"the picture on the postcard," Cerberus #23 1996 June/Aug p1

A PINCH OF SNUFF, 1912, Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p141

PIPE BOMB, Pittsburgh p7

THE PITTSBURGH POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev]

Headley, Robert, Chiron #51 1997 Sum p42

PLACING THE BLAME, Hospital p83

"the plague cut short the careers," Worm #138 1995 p88

"the plane is ready to arrive early," Pittsburgh p2

"the plant world is a world of nouns.", Simple V #1 1998 p56

THE PLAYBOY OF THE EASTERN WORLD, Firebird Ex p126

PLAYING IT SAFE

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p20

PLENTY OF COMPANY, Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

"po prectení nekolika clanku z poslesní," BST p46

"a poet writes to the los angeles times", Firebird Ex p88

POETRY OF LIVING AND DEAD RIDES BUSES OVERHEAD [prose] [re: GL]

Hennessy, Tom, PressT 1999 Aug 29 p.A1

THE POETRY PAGE, West p221

POETRY PLATTERS OF PERFECTION [prose] [re: GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1996 Nov 11 p.W2

POHREB CHARLESE BUKOWSKÉHO [prose], BST p117

"pol pot, like many artists and intellectuals," Art Farmer p14, Bakunin 5(2) 1995 Win p98, Zerx C #43 1997 p14

POLITICAL POEMS, Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9, New Male p11

POOP, Showcase 1997 Fall p19, West p168

PORTALS OR POTHOLES, Active Ing p25, Brouhaha #13 1998 Jan p5

"ports make promises.", Staple #34 1995 Win p77

A POSTCARD BY BRACHA GUY, NerveC #2 1996 Fall p12

Potts, Charles

THE LAST ROUND-UP by LOCKLIN [rev], Temple 1(2) 1997 p63

POWERLESS TO KILL THE OBJECTS OF OUR ANGER, WE KILL OURSELVES, ZZZ #13 1996 Win p19

"predpokládám, ze se ted," BST p25

"the pretty, pleasingly plump woman," Hem Col p20

PREVENTIVE DYSENTERY, Hem Col p4

THE PRICE IS RIGHT, BUT YOUR FEET MAY DANGLE OUT OF THE WINDOW, Macao p14

PRIMA DONNA, Reater #1 1997 p163, Sporting p48

"prisons are so much more beautiful," Ambit #152 1998 p71

"probably he painted it to," Art Farmer p11, Zerx C #43 1997 p11

THE PRODIGAL FATHER by LOCKLIN [rev], Bleeding #1 1995 p7

PRODIGY, West p238, Worm #142 1996 p70

A PROPHET WITH HONOR, Hem Col p14

"a psychologist's column," Angelflesh #10 1998 p24

PTOMAINE GULCH, Rio 15(2) 1996 Spr p22

PUBLIC GARDEN WITH WEEPING TREE, Firebird Ex p128

PUBLICATION OF NOVELLAS FROM DONNA HILBERT AND GERALD LOCKLIN [prose]

Steinberg, Sybil & Bing, Jonathan, PW 245(8) 1998 Feb 23 p53

"the pudgy kid in the book store," Cerberus #22 1996 Mar/May p3

THE PUMPKIN ROLLERS by KELTON [rev], Texas 26(3/4) 1996 Fall/Win p3

"purists hate it. they blame their hatred," Joyful p41, West p188

PURITY, OneD #32 1999 Jan p5

"push the envelope.", Freedom #8 1999 p2

PUTTING HIS FOOT DOWN, Worm #137 1995 p43

 

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"the question is, 'where is the forest?'", Firebird Ex p102

"quince, cabbage, melon, cucumber,", Sporting p32, Tears #20 1998 Spr p57

QUINTAESCENCIA, Hem Col p38

QUO VADIS, M.F.A.?, Firebird Ex p79

 

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R. B. KITAJ: ADULTERY, Oval #3 1998? p50

R. B. KITAJ: HE AND SHE (THE SPIRIT OF THE BED WATCHING), 1991-94, Contents #12/13 1995 p18, Sporting p6

R. B. KITAJ: MARYNKA SMOKING, 1980, Rustic #5 1995 p43

R. B. KITAJ: THE AUTUMN OF CENTRAL PARIS, 1972-73, Rustic #5 1995 p43

R. B. KITAJ: THE JEWISH RIDER, 1984-85, Plastic #29 1997 Sep p18

R. B. KITAJ: WHO CAN BE HAPPY AND FREE, 1990-93, Round–Up p140, Worm #143 1996 p140

"the ragged edges matter.", Firebird Ex p69

RAIN FOREST RELOCATED, Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p15

"the rain has paused and birds are pecking," Royal 1(2) 1997 p27, Running p44

RAPID DROP IN INTEREST LEVEL, Cabo p7

"a raucous crowd enjoys the spectacle," Macao p27

"ray pulled over"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p12

RAY ZEPEDA, MARK WEBER, GERALD LOCKLIN, D. H. LLOYD & FRED VOSS, JULY 12, 1991 [art]

Smith, Joan Jobe, Chiron #46/47 1996 Spr/Sum p3

READER RESPONSE, Active Ing p11, Bli #7 1997 Win p18

"reading depressing books," Reater #2 1998 p204

"reading it in a story by joyce carol oates,", Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p50

"reading james gleich's chaos", Peaky #4/5 1998 p19

READING THE MESSAGE WRONG, Lucid #20 1998 Apr p50

READING WITH ONE EYE CLOSED, Worm #141 1996 p40

READY FOR THE RETIREMENT HOME, Pittsburgh p12

THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND, First #4 1997 p26

"the real problem with english 194,", OneD #42 1999 Nov p9

RECENT WORK IN CRITICAL THEORY [prose] [GL cited]

Baker, William & Womack, Kenneth, Style 33(4) 1999 p508

"recently my wife and i," Running p26

"the reception is held at the soon-to-be-", Macao p9

RECUPERATION, Hospital p66

A RED RIBBON WEEK, Drive #19 1995 p18

"reflecting on the astral gods and goddesses,", Lucid #20 1998 Apr p50

REFLECTIONS ON ROBERT DUVALL'S APOSTLE, Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

REFLECTIONS ON THE VIETNAM YEARS [prose], West p109

REFLECTIONS WHILE WATCHING JOHN FANTE'S WAIT UNTIL SPRING, BANDINI, Worm #137 1995 p41

"remember that old skit,", Hung 1(2) 1995 p26

REMEMBRANCE OF MEALS PAST, West p19

RENÉ MAGRITTE: PERSONAL VALUES, Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p53

RENIOR, VAN GOUGH, AND GAUGHIN [sic], ZZZ #19 1997 p21

RENO BLACKJACK DEALER, New Male p12

REQUIEM FOR THREE BAR GUYS, Firebird Ex p35, West p124

"re-reading the sun also rises in a copy," Slip #17 1997 p64

"resist it we must. it," Tears #18 1996 Aut p56

A RESOLUTE GUY, Stovepipe #12 1998 Spr p15

RESPITE, OneD 3(11) 1998 Nov p10

"the rest of the seaside town is at work.", West p126

A RETIREMENT COMMUNITY

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p13

RETRACTED TRACTION, Firebird Ex p87

RETRIBUTION, HERE AND THERE, Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p49

RETURN OF THE HIPPIE SHIRT by LOCKLIN [rev], Drive #18 1995 p47

RETURN TO CIVILIZATION, Hem Col p38

REVELATIONS, Exquisite #55 1995 p22

THE REVENGE OF THE DRAIN-DWELLERS, OneD 1997 Aug p6

THE REVERSE P.R. MAN, Round–Up p112, Worm #143 1996 p112

REVERSE PSYCHOLOGY RULES ALL, Firebird Ex p39

REVERSING FIELDS, West p232

"a review of a hemingway biography," Firebird Ex p76

"the revolutions of the warlords," Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p142

RICH STIFFS

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p6, Rio 15(2) 1996 Spr p23

RICHARD DIEBENKORN: GIRL SMOKING, Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

RICHARD DIEBENKORN: MAN AND WINDOW, 1958, Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33, First #12 1999 p27

RICHARD DIEBENKORN: UNTITLED, 1992, Coagula #41 1999 Sep cover & p52, Sporting p29, Wood #8 1998 p9

"riding into berkeley from the oakland airport,", Wood #1 1995 p26

THE RIGHT TO A SPEEDY TRIAL

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p4

THE RIOTS [prose], Reater #2 1998 p210, Sic Vice #3 1998 Oct/Nov p9

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE WILD COLONIAL LAD, Back East p26

THE RISING OF THE MIST, Wood #1 1995 p26

THE ROAD TO LIPOSUCTION IS PAVED WITH GOOD INTENTIONS, Back East p21

"robert hughes, whose word to me is," Active Ing p12, Rustic #7 1996 p74

ROBERT MOTHERWELL: ELEGY TO THE SPANISH REPUBLIC, NO. 100, Dufus p24, Lummox Sam p8, Sporting p41

Rocheleau, Linda

THANK YOU (TO GERALD LOCKLIN), Penniless #7 1998 Spr p6

ROCK OF AGERS [prose] [re: GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1996 May 10 p.A2

"rodin's is more parisian, but, as harry," Wood #4 1996 p4

ROLE MODEL FABLE, Pearl #24 1996 Fall p146

ROLE MODELS FOR REAL LIFE, Bender #2 1999 p44, Firebird Ex p156

ROSS BLECKNER: MEMORIAM, 1985, Firebird Ex p120

Ross, David

SITES SPOTLIGHTS ALL THAT JAZZ [prose] [cites GL], PressT 1998 Oct 1 p.C3

"roy hargrove comes to town," Hem Col p40

"roy hargrove has all the talent," Firebird Ex p160, Press #10 1998 p35

RUBENS: VENUS AND ADONIS, Bakunin 6 1997 p166

"the rugged rugby player, richard harris,", Sporting p1

"a rule of thumb in airports,", Hem Col p35

RUM TIMES, Hem Col p3

RUNNING INTO GER, Running p4

RUNNING INTO GER by LOCKLIN [rev]

Basinski, Michael, SmPrR #322/323 1999 Nov/Dec p5

Jobe, James Lee, OneD #40 1999 Sep p21

THE RUSH HOUR, Sex 1(6) 1999 Sep p29

 

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"'s defunct,", Spring n.s. #8 1999 Oct p112

SABBATICAL, Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9, New Male p11

SAD, Mama 1(1) 1999 p22

SAETA, Two Jazz p14

"the sailboat on the lake," Spring n.s. #4 1995 Oct p136

SAINT EDNA, Cabo p22

SALESPERSONSHIP

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p24

SALVADOR DALÍ: SEATED GIRL SEEN FROM THE BACK, 1925, Poetry Di #11 1995 Fall p71

SALVADOR DALÍ: THE FIRST DAYS OF SPRING, 1929, Poetry Di #11 1995 Fall p72

"the same woman who has so mismanaged," Cabo p11

Sanders, Mark

CHARLES BUKOWSKI: A SURE BET by LOCKLIN [rev], WeAm 33(1) 1998 Spr p98

SANITY IN AN INSANE WORLD, Hem Col p35

SARTRE MISUNDERSTOOD, Round–Up p106, Worm #143 1996 p106

"the satirists had a field day," Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33

THE SATURDAY OF THE THERAPIES, Hospital p13

SCALLOPED BY AN IRISH TOMATO, Black Cross #4 1997 p57

THE SCARLET ARTS AND LETTERS, ZZZ #11 1996 p34

SCARY, Back East p12

"scat, bopping, improv.", Face p5

A SCHOOL STILL RUN ON THE SUMMERHILL MODEL, Brobd #12 1999 Sum

SCORE ONE FOR THE OLD HOLLYWOOD, Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p53

THE SCRIBE, WITH HIS WILD DAYS BEHIND HIM, ACCOMPLISHED WRITER & POET GERALD LOCKLIN IS FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS MOST: THE PRINTED WORD [interview]

Wollard, John, PressT 1998 June 4 p.C1

SECOND GRADE, Running p7

SECRET DIET, Hospital p81

A SECRET UNCOVERED, ZZZ #11 1996 p34

"sedel v taverne devetactyricítce," BST p40

SEHR INTERESSANT, CBETT p41

SELDOM THOUGHT OF AS AN URBAN PLANNER, Round–Up p121, Worm #143 1996 p121

SELECTIVE STUDYING, Round–Up p132, Worm #143 1996 p132

SELF-IMPORTANT PEOPLE, Pittsburgh p14

SENDING A MESSAGE, Round–Up p112, Worm #143 1996 p112

"a serpent's thrust into the mist," Tears #18 1996 Aut p29

A SETBACK FOR LA LIBERTÉ, Out p4, Slip #18 1998 p66, Sporting p45

SETTING FREE THE BUK [excerpt], CB:T p5, CB:T p45

SETTING FREE THE BUK [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p55

SETTING FREE THE BUK [prose], CBASB p15

"the 7:00 p.m. performance," Face p10

SHADOWS, Firebird Ex p101

SHANE RHODES, GERALD LOCKLIN, JULES SMITH [art]

Smith, Joan Jobe, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p27

"She asks me for an admission card," CWPFNA p100, Random H p160, Time Zone track 19

"she asks me, 'what does one say," Art Farmer p16

SHE COULD PROBABLY HAVE FLIPPED THROUGH MY CASE OF THE MISSING BLUE VOLKSWAGEN WHILE SNEEZING, Round–Up p138, Worm #143 1996 p138

SHE DESERVES AN AFTERLIFE, Back East p13

"she doesn't really want me, but she," Round–Up p132

"she has been the mistress of a famous poet.", Firebird Ex p71

"she has no man in her life," Firebird Ex p20

"she has small breasts. when she comes," Grand p125

"she has this thing about always carrying," Active Ing p17, Bli #7 1997 Win p19

"she hasn't been very sympathetic," Hospital p54

"she is a talented artist," Running p36

"she is last seen lowering it," Art Farmer p16, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p23

"she is more attractive here," El Dor #2 1998 May p16

"she is sent out by the home health service," Firebird Ex p142, Slip #18 1998 p65

"she may be the first woman i've gone out with," Firebird Ex p32

"she played the queen of not doing his laundry,", Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p26

"she says, 'i just got back from scoring hundreds," New Male p14

"she tells me to get the broom," Lucid #21 1998 May p88

"she told me about her affair," Last Call p5

"she wanted me, but," New Male p17

"she was very kind.", New Male p12

"she'd like to classify rocks on the moon.", Active Ing p11, BlueS 3(2) 1997 Feb p30

"she's a beautiful hostess, but it strikes," Macao p24

"she's been in my classes,", NewLa #21 1999 p6

"she's not very good at it.", Hospital p63

SHE'S ONLY SIX YEARS YOUNGER THAN I, Active Ing p11, BlueS 3(2) 1997 Feb p30

"she's stubborn.", Round–Up p120

SHIT, West p154

THE SHOPPER, Back East p9

SHORT STORIES AND POETRY COLLIDE AT L.B.'S MUM'S [prose] [re: GL]

Lopez, Jose, D49er 1997 Sept 18 p9

SHORTCHANGING THE KING OF BEASTS, Brobd #12 1999 Sum

"should be retitled," Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 20

SHOULD THEY HAVE STAYED TOGETHER FOR THE SAKE OF THE CHILDREN?, Firebird Ex p15

SHOULD WE WEAR BROWN RIBBONS?, Pink #10 1997 Sum p5

THE SHOWER LADY, Firebird Ex p142, Slip #18 1998 p65

SHRINKING VIOLETS, Worm #141 1996 p43

SIBELIUS, Firebird Ex p162, Simple V #2 1999 Feb p29

THE SIDEMEN, Art Farmer p7, Zerx C #43 1997 p7

SIERRA SAYONARA, Redneck #28 1995 Spr 2p after title p

SIGMAR POLKE: ANGELS, 1962, Firebird Ex p145, Press #8 1998 p78

SIGMAR POLKE: NIXON AND KRUSCHEV AS POTATO HEADS, Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33

SIGMAR POLKE: THE RIDE ON THE EIGHT OF INFINITY, II, Coagula #43 1999 Dec p32

"sigmund freud professed not to know," Round–Up p119

SIGN OF THE TIMES, Reater #1 1997 p162

THE SILENT MINORITY, Cabo p1

THE SILOS OF ONTARIO, Back East p8

SIMPLE HYGIENE, Hospital p41

"simplify, simplify: a single," Royal 1(2) 1997 p27, Running p45

SINATRA FANS, Zen #2 1995 Sep p13

"since i'd complained in my chapbook,", Reater #1 1997 p163, Sporting p48

"since ours is about the only cabin," Running p6

A SINGLE MOTHER, Firebird Ex p137, Lucid #21 1998 May p87

"sink your hands into," First #12 1999 p28

SIR EDWARD COLEY BURNE-JONES: THE LOVE SONG, Poetry Di #10 1995 Spr p67

SISLEY'S MEADOW, Firebird Ex p124

SITES SPOTLIGHTS ALL THAT JAZZ [prose] [cites GL]

Ross, David, PressT 1998 Oct 1 p.C3

"sitting in the waiting room," Round–Up p129

SIZING UP THE SITUATION [prose], XRay 1(4) 1995 Spr p75

SKETCH ARTIST, Hem Col p31

SKETCHES OF SPAIN, Two Jazz p12

"skimming the black water of hong kong harbor," Macao p4, Printed 31(1) 1998 p12

"skulls, maos, crashes, suicides, collaborations." [sic], Back East p42

"the sky in the background," Firebird Ex p128

SLEEP DISORDER, Hospital p72

SLEEP TEST, Hospital p75

"slipstream magazine is considering submissions," Slip #16 1996 p62

"smiles, he always smiles, and," ZZZ #12 1996 Win p4

Smith, Joan Jobe

THE FIRST TIME HE SAW PARIS by LOCKLIN [rev], Sic Vice #2 1998 Aug/Sep p53

LETTER [re: GL], SmPrR #295/296 1997 Aug/Sept p6

RAY ZEPEDA, MARK WEBER, GERALD LOCKLIN, D. H. LLOYD & FRED VOSS, JULY 12, 1991 [art], Chiron #46/47 1996 Spr/Sum p3

SHANE RHODES, GERALD LOCKLIN, JULES SMITH [art], Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p27

Smith, Jules

DOWN AND OUT by LOCKLIN [rev], TLS #5042 1999 Nov 19 p20

THE FIRST TIME HE SAW PARIS by LOCKLIN [rev], Reater #2 1998 p235

GERALD LOCKLIN A SURE BET [interview], Beat #29 1997 p34

GERALD LOCKLIN INTERVIEWED, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p26

GO WEST, YOUNG TOAD by LOCKLIN [rev], TLS #5042 1999 Nov 19 p20

"smoke or shrubbery: it's all the same," Bottomfish #19 1998 p50

"so it's the same girl," Firebird Ex p145, Press #8 1998 p78

"so many siblings at this," MainS 3(1) 1998 Spr p59, Sporting p25

"so that i won't have to travel," Back East p37

SO WHAT DO YOU SAY NEXT?, Round–Up p126, Worm #143 1996 p126

A SOCIAL INEQUITY, Bender #1 1997 p32

THE SOCIAL SCIENTISTS, Changing #11 1998 p11

A SOCIETY THAT ABHORS SILENCE, Running p11

SOLEA, Two Jazz p14

SOLITAIRE, Firebird Ex p114

THE SOLUTION IS NOT MILITARY BUT POLITICAL, Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p14

SOME DAYS THE NEW WORLD IS STILL NEW, Back East p29

SOME MUSINGS OF THE PUBLISHER ON THE OCCASION OF THIS REISSUANCE [of FIREBIRD POEMS by LOCKLIN]

Cowles, Joseph, Firebird Ex p.iii

SOME PEOPLE ARE JUST TOO GOOD, Slip #19 1999 p77

SOME THINGS DON'T CHANGE, Active Ing p18

"someone gave my five-year-old a bunch of books.", Firebird Ex p59

SOMETIMES BOTH, ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p3

"sometimes he was red.", Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p143

"sometimes i manage to," Hem Col p4

SOMETIMES I THINK WE THINK TOO MUCH, Angelflesh #10 1998 p7, Firebird Ex p154

"sometimes i used to,", Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p43

"sometimes i want to tell my daughters,", Round–Up p98

"sometimes it gets me," Royal 1(2) 1997 p28, Running p46

"sometimes you need a day just to yourself.", Back East p62

"soon after getting home,", Hem Col p38

SOUL BROTHERS, Hem Col p2

THE SOUND AND THE FURY, Running p18

SOUNDING A NEW LOW, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p24

SOUR PUSS, Round–Up p119, Worm #143 1996 p119

"the southeast asian driver," ZZZ #12 1996 Win p4

A SPANISH LESSON

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p22

A SPARE CAT, Running p32

SPECTROSCOPY IN THE SUBURBS, Angelflesh #9 1998 p19

SPINAL DEVOLUTION, Firebird Ex p38

SPIRITUAL READING, Active Ing p22, Verve 9(1) 1997 Spr p27

THE SPLURGE, Round–Up p137, West p233, Worm #143 1996 p137

ST. PATRICK'S DAY, Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

"a stair," Ant #3 1996 Sum p32

THE STAIRCASE OF THE MANSION, Sheila #13 1999 p59

STALKING ONESELF, Firebird Ex p49

STALKING PAPA, West p199

A STAND-UP PANEL, Pittsburgh p21

Starkey, David

MEETING THE TOAD, Worm #138 1995 p84

NEW GEOGRAPHY OF POETS ed by FIELD, LOCKLIN & STETLER [rev], SoH 29(1) 1995 Win p98

TAKE RISKS YOURSELF: AN INTERVIEW WITH WENDY BISHOP AND GERALD LOCKLIN, Writing 7(1) 1995/96 Fall/Win p100

THE TOAD'S WILD RIDE, Worm #138 1995 p86

"the starkey's dog is the second," Back East p52

START THE REVOLUTION, West p133

STAYING PUT, Zen #2 1995 Sep p6

Steinberg, Sybil & Bing, Jonathan

PUBLICATION OF NOVELLAS FROM DONNA HILBERT AND GERALD LOCKLIN [prose], PW 245(8) 1998 Feb 23 p53

THE STETLER PRINCIPLE, West p122

STILL DISCOVERING BUKOWSKI: INTEREST GROWS IN WORKS, LIFE OF LATE AUTHOR [prose] [cites GL]

Hughes, John, Daily 1997 Mar 23 pL21

A STILL LIFE BY JUAN SANCHEZ COTAN, Sporting p32, Tears #20 1998 Spr p57

STILL WATERS RUN DEEP, NerveC #6 1998 Fall p9

"the stink of the open drain," Macao p12

STOLEN MOMENTS, Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p15

"a storm has put," OneD 3(11) 1998 Nov p10

STOUT HEARTS AND STEADY, Back East p27

THE STRANGER, Outsiders p167

STRANGERS IN A RELATIVELY UNSTRANGE LAND, Cabo p2

STRONG WOMEN, Slip #15 1995 p55

"strunk and white say there is a difference," OOA/M p20

STUART DAVIS: APPLE AND JUG, 1923, FiveA #11 1999 p26

STUART DAVIS: EBB TIDE - PROVINCETOWN, Sporting p13

THE STUDENT JANITOR [prose], Angelflesh #7 1997 p34, West p89

"a student paper reminded me what," Firebird Ex p161, FiveA #10 1998 p6

"studying the street-map of rochester, i," West p218

A SUBSTITUTE NURSE COMES TO DRAW MY BLOOD, Hospital p63

SUCCUBUS, Firebird Ex p105

"such large, gentle eyes," Running p30, Worm #144 1997 p157

SUMMER SCHOOL, Round–Up p117, Worm #143 1996 p117

A SUNDAY AFTERNOON IN 'RED' CHINA, Macao p25

"sunday evening we eat lightly at," Back East p25

A SURE BET by LOCKLIN [rev]

Diedrich, René A., Lummox 5(8) 1999 Aug p17

"sure, she holds a skull on," Blank #10 1995 p41

"the surgeon who is talking me into," Hospital p17

THE SWEATIEST THEOLOGIANS, Worm #141 1996 p43

SWEET AND DOUR, Freedom #8 1999 p6

"sweets edison: how often have," Two Jazz p9

THE SYMPATHIZERS, Hospital p69

 

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"t. s. eliot's father died in 1919," Round–Up p132, Worm #143 1996 p132

TACO DUMBBELL, Round–Up p140, Worm #143 1996 p140

TAKE RISKS YOURSELF: AN INTERVIEW WITH WENDY BISHOP AND GERALD LOCKLIN

Starkey, David, Writing 7(1) 1995/96 Fall/Win p100

"the talented young writer orates:", New Male p13

TALK ABOUT YOUR WISHFUL THINKERS, Round–Up p125, Worm #143 1996 p125

"talking behind closed doors," Reater #2 1998 p202

THE TALLY, OR, B.Y.O. BABE, Cabo p25

TAP DANCING LESSONS, West p12

TARNISHING THEIR REPUTATION, 1999, Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

TAX DEFERRED TITLE, Firebird Ex p17

"the taxis of the orient were not designed," Macao p23

"the teenaged counter girl at wendy's," Round–Up p129, Worm #143 1996 p129

10, West p235

TEQUILA, West p106

TERENCE BLANCHARD: JAZZ IN FILM, Face p13

"thank god, for once, no lilies, cacti, skulls.", Heel #5 1999 Win/Spr 19

THANK GOD ON SUNDAY MORNING NO ONE INSISTS I RISE FOR MASS, West p217

THANK YOU, Simple V #1 1998 p30

THANK YOU (TO GERALD LOCKLIN)

Rocheleau, Linda, Penniless #7 1998 Spr p6

"that all the t.v.'s in all the aiports," Macao p25

"that from the 35th floor bar of the," Macao p26

"that it was," ZZZ #10 1996 p17

"that these blocks are not," Firebird Ex p69

"their double-set at the bakery,", Face p11

THEIR POEMS BEAR EPIGRAPHS, Worm #137 1995 p43

THEN AND NOW: AN AFTERWORD [prose], West p181

"there are and were three londons:", Press #6 1997 p42

"there are many ways of intersecting lines," Coagula #43 1999 Dec p33

"there are no horse guards," Firebird Ex p92

"there are petroglyphs and sand paintings," Firebird Ex p74, Time Zone track 19

"There died a myriad,", ZZZ #8 1995 p13

"there is a theory now called 'hypersea'", First #9 1998 Fall p33

"there is, i believe,", Firebird Ex p162, Simple V #2 1999 Feb p29

"there is no such thing," Brouhaha #15 1999 Jan p38

THERE IS STILL BEAUTY IN OUR WORLD, Round–Up p104, Worm #143 1996 p104

"there was a man who was violent and a drunkard and," Pearl #24 1996 Fall p146

"There was this fine guy named Steve Odin," West p95

"there's a great deal of controversy," Last Call p2

"there's a rock group called," Wood #4 1996 p3

"there's no way to convey to an american," Macao p14

"there's this place at the northeast end," First #4 1997 p25, Sporting p52

"these candles never cast a shadow.", Firebird Ex p101

"these stairs will take the children to no stars.", Poetry Di 4(2) 1996 Spr/Sum p74, Sporting p19

"these three young men," Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p41, Round–Up p112, Worm #143 1996 p112

THEY ALWAYS TEACH SOMEPLACE I'VE NEVER HEARD OF, Cabo p6

"they are supposed to be," Hospital p30

THEY ASK SO LITTLE OF ONE, Exquisite #55 1995 p22

THEY BROUGHT BACK HOCKEY PUCKS, ZZZ #11 1996 p34

THEY CAN'T TAKE IT WITH THEM, Cabo p17

"they did this endoscopy and biopsy on me,", ZZZ #9 1996 p19

"they died in the same week,", Active Ing p8, Angelflesh #7 1997 p16

"they dine at a spicy thai restaurant," Macao p6, Macao p248

THEY DON'T LEAVE YOU MUCH, Firebird Ex p44, West p65

THEY DON'T MAKE IT EASY, Hem Col p4

THEY FERTILIZE MY WELCOME MAT, Running p6

"they force three meals upon you," Hospital p29

"they get together every evening," Firebird Ex p81

THEY JUST DON'T GET IT, ZZZ #8 1995 p22

"they leave their men for weeks at a time," West p210

THEY MUST THINK I HAD MY BRAIN REMOVED, Hospital p61

"they say cummings never grew up,", Lummox 4(8) 1998 Aug p10

"they say that, at the end, bukowski was," Active Ing p20, Peaky #2 1997 Win p16

"they say you can't get," Mama 1(1) 1999 p22

"they will do a sonogram," Hospital p75

THEY'LL NEVER UNDERSTAND, New Male p14

"they've always put me off.", Mama 1(1) 1999 p22

THINK TINY AND CARRY A BIG STICK, Running p34

THE THIRD VERSION, Firebird Ex p62

THIRTEEN STORIES AND THIRTEEN EPITAPHS by VOLLMANN [rev], SISF 32(1) 1995 Win p96

"this afternoon i taught my third grade daughter," Firebird Ex p16

"this april i had a brainstorm:", MainS 4(1) 1999 Spr p14

"this bridge leads from hart crane," Firebird Ex p119

THIS GUY AND I ARE, Reater #2 1998 p202

"this is a kinder marseille than," Lynx 4(4) 1997 Fall p96

"this is not a terribly attractive," Coagula #39 1999 May p32

"this is not the sister that I never had,", Exquisite #58 1996 p35

"this is the first time that," Two Jazz p10

"this little kid at the pool," Black Cross #4 1998 p30, Dockernet #24 1999 Oct p2, Sporting p35

"this morning a local sportswriter," ZZZ #19 1997 p21

"this morning a toyota pulled aside me," Worm #138 1995 p88

"this poem is entitled 'shit.'", West p154

THIS SPORTING LIFE, Sporting p1

THIS SPORTING LIFE AND OTHER POEMS by LOCKLIN [rev]

Metzger, Wendell, ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p34

"this time i have jotted," Lucid #20 1998 Apr p49

"this very talented student," West p167

"this week's issue of esquire", Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

THIS WILL SPARE ME WHAT WOULD EVENTUALLY AND INEVITABLY HAVE BEEN A VERY EMBARRASSING MOMENT, Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p14

THOMAS COLE: VIEW FROM MOUNT HOLYOAK...AFTER A THUNDERSTORM, Contents #12/13 1995 p18, Sporting p12

THOMAS HART BENTON: JULY HAY, 1943, Poetry Di #9 1995 Feb p27

"thoreau says, 'i observed that the," Round–Up p121, Worm #143 1996 p121

"thoreau was right about the," West p172

"thoreau writes, 'i was never," Round–Up p114, Worm #143 1996 p114

THOSE NOBLER NIGHTS OF YORE, Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p18

"those who can't," Bender #1 1997 p30

THOSE WHO CAN'T, TEACH, Art Farmer p15, Zerx C #43 1997 p15

"those who would write like bukowski," Round–Up p132, Worm #143 1996 p132

A THREAT OF DEPORTACÍON [prose], Hem Col p34

"three days before christmas,", Last Call p4

"three moocows going nowhere down no road,", Round–Up p125, Worm #143 1996 p125

"three wise men or three sorcerers?", Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p100

"the three-day diet," Avant #1 1995? p16

"thrust together as we are," Hem Col p30

THE TIGHTEST END: REFLECTIONS OF A GRIDIRON ANONYMITY [prose], West p50

TIME IS A CIRCLE, Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p11

THE TIMEBOMB OF TRUTH, Macao p24

"tiny tim was on the johnny carson show the other night.", Running p34

TIPS ZUM UMGANG MIT CHARLES BUKOWSKI [prose], CBETT p33

TO EACH NOT NECESSARILY ACCORDING TO HIS NEED, Hem Col p21

"To fish it properly required," West p63

TO GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR IS THE BEST YOU CAN EXPECT, Round–Up p101, Worm #143 1996 p101

TO HOPE AND HOPE NOT, Worm #140 1995 p187

"to listen to the current propaganda," West p172

TO NEJLEFSÍ Z BUKOWSKÉHO, BST p40

"to overcome the jet lag and caffeine,", Hem Col p9

"to their house guests she explains why," Round–Up p131, Worm #143 1996 p131

TOAD ALMOST DROWNED, Heel #6 1999 Sum/Fall p15

"toad considered it," Worm #138 1995 p88

TOAD EXAMINES HIS CONSCIENCE, Worm #142 1996 p71

"toad, former alter boy, sodalitarian,", Macao p10

TOAD GOES TO MRS. DALLOWAY, FiveA #11 1999 p27

"toad has just settled down with a drink," Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p25

TOAD INTERPRETS THE FINDINGS, Fuck! 2(6) 1999 June p2

"toad is reading a youthful story by nabokov," Active Ing p11, Bli #7 1997 Win p18

TOAD MEETS TARZAN AND STOMPS HIS HAIRY ASS, Angelflesh #8 1997 p11

TOAD SENESCENT, Art Farmer p17, Wood #3 1996 p21, Zerx C #43 1997 p17

TOAD VISITS THE PALACE, Macao p248

TOAD WRITES SHORT SHORTS by LOCKLIN [rev], Bleeding #1 1995 p5

TOAD'S GALLANT GESTURE, Active Ing p17, Bli #7 1997 Win p19

TOAD'S HANDICAP, Rattle #9 1998 Sum p57, Sporting p39

TOAD'S 'HOOD, Last Call p2

TOAD'S LITERARY GENERATION, New Male p14

TOAD'S LONG JOURNEY ACROSS THE EDGE OF NIGHT [prose]

Weber, Mark, West p5

TOAD'S MEDIC-ALERT BRACELET, Rattle #9 1998 Sum p57, Sporting p39

"toad's only motivation," Worm #137 1995 p42

TOAD'S SENSE OF TIMING, Macao p2

TOAD'S TYPICALLY PRODUCTIVE DAY, Purple #3 1998? p41

THE TOAD'S WILD RIDE

Starkey, David, Worm #138 1995 p86

"today's horoscope reads,", Black Cross #4 1997 p7

"today's videos carry the disclaimer,", Active Ing p13, NerveC #3 1997 Spr p16

"too bad you won't be able to," Hem Col p3

"too neat," Minotaur #31 1996 p28

TOUGH TURKEY, Round–Up p120, Worm #143 1996 p120

TOWARDS A METRICS OF THE ABSOLUTE, Firebird Ex p97, West p9

"a tower is a woman," Simple V #1 1998 p50

"trace these soft lines,", Simple V #2 1999 Feb p24

THE TRACES, Back East p50

"the traffic is only as loud," Elec V #1 1999 Win p5

THE TREASURE OF THE SIERRA FAULKNER by LOCKLIN [rev], Bleeding #1 1995 p7

"the trees sleep beneath the," Firebird Ex p91, Joyful p40

TRIANGULATION, Hem Col p2

A TRIMMER TOAD, Bli #7 1997 Win p18

"the trip to the stadium is uplifting;", Joyful p63

TRIPLE DIPPING, First #5 1997 p21

TRIVIA, West p17

"'the trouble is," the pulmonary," Hospital p29

TROUPER, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p39

"the trumpets state a theme," Two Jazz p4

TRUTH AND THE CONSEQUENCES OF CONSENSUS, Active Ing p3, Angelflesh 1997 bonus issue p20, RTR p49

TRUTH IN STEREOTYPING, Cabo p5

"truth is a snail.", OneD #37 1999 June p7

TRY ME, Hospital p67

"trying to shock them,", Worm #137 1995 p42

TUCSON IS WHERE I MET RON KOERTGE, West p102

TUCSON JULY, West p97

TUESDAY'S HERO, Worm #140 1995 p185

"turn studio to slaughterhouse.", Angelflesh #12 1999 p22

THE TURNING POINT, Firebird Ex p117

TWENTY YEARS AGO THIS WOULD NOT HAVE BOTHERED ME, Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p15

"twenty years before, ray told the toad,"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p22

"twice a week i meet my friend," Many Cals 2d p235

"twice a week my neighbor saves," Round–Up p144, Worm #143 1996 p144

TWILIGHT [prose], West p224

TWO AMERICANS, CBASB p13, ZZZ #24 1999 July p4

TWO AMERICANS [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p21

TWO EX-BOOZERS, Pearl #24 1996 Fall p146

"two faces are better than one.", Poetry Di 4(2) 1996 Spr/Sum p75, Sporting p20

"two frames hang above his work desk,", Angelflesh #11 1998 p13

TWO FROM ELLSWORTH KELLY, Firebird Ex p69

TWO GENTLEWOMEN, Macao p18

TWO JAZZ CLUBS, Macao p15

TWO JAZZ SEQUENCES by LOCKLIN [rev]

Newman, David, Chiron #51 1997 Sum p41

TWO KINDS OF KINDNESS, Round–Up p133, Worm #143 1996 p133

"two men observe," Free L #20 1998 Spr p23

"the two old guys," ZZZ #24 1999 July p1

"two others, however, do know his work:", Cabo p9

TWO POETS [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p54

TWO POETS [prose], CBASB p7

TWO VENERABLE GENTLEMEN OPINE UPON TWO VENERABLE INSTITUTIONS, ZZZ #24 1999 July p1

TWO VISIONS, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p40

TWO-FISTED BREAD-EATER, Running p27

TYING TIN CAN TO TAILS, Worm #140 1995 p184

A TYRANT FOR OUR TIMES, Firebird Ex p12

 

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THE UGLIER SIDE OF A HILL, Time Zone track 19

THE ULTIMATE PESSIMIST, Brobd #12 1999 Sum

"unable to sleep,", Pittsburgh p1

UNEXPECTED HONESTY IN HIGH PLACES, Round–Up p127, Worm #143 1996 p127

UNFAITHFUL MASTER, Back East p19

THE UNFORGIVABLE SOLIPSISM, Art Farmer p12, Zerx C #43 1997 p12

THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA WAS GOOD TO ME, West p104

UNLESS A DETRACTOR STOLE AND BURNED IT, Pittsburgh p13

"unlike a lot of beautiful women," Minotaur #33 1998 p22

THE UNPARDONABLE CRIME OF BEING YOUNG, New Male p13

THE UNREAL THING, Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p18

THE UNSINKABLE TARZAN LOCKLIN, Happy #5 1996 Spr p25

untitled prose, CB:T p130–31

THE URBAN PLANNERS, Plastic #27 1997 Jan p27

"an usherette in back beneath the hall lights, flaxen hair and high heels,", Ambit #152 1998 p70

 

V

V PRITOMNOSTI VELIKÁNA: JAK JSEM VI DEL BUKOSSKÉHO STAMGASTA [prose], BST p72

VÁLKA NIKDY NEKONCI & KONE NESÁZÍ NA LIDI A JÁ TAKNY NE by BUKOWSKI [rev], BST p56

VAN DWELLER [prose], Tears #18 1996 Aut p59

VAN GOGH: IRISES, 1880, Bli #6 1995 May p7

THE VANDALS, Firebird Ex p74, Time Zone track 19

"vedel jsem, ze práve prekonal," BST p113

"venus does not discourage her hunter.", Bakunin 6 1997 p166

VERMEER: HEAD OF A YOUNG GIRL, 1666, Peaky #3 1997 Win p23

VERMEER: THE MUSIC LESSON, Cerberus #31 1998 p18

Verrilli, Joseph

PEOPLE EVERYDAY AND OTHER POEMS by CROCKER [forward by Locklin] [rev], Purple #3 1998? p42

VERY FEW REMEMBER, ZZZ #10 1996 p17

"a very pretty young woman," Pittsburgh p13

"very stiff the tall, straight woman," Wood #6 1997 p1

VESTIGIAL ORGAN, Firebird Ex p27

VICTOR BRUNER: SUICIDE AT DAWN, 1930, Spill #7 1998 Spr/Sum p78

"the viennese aristocrat," First #7 1998 p19, Sporting p44

VINCENT IN AUGUST, 1888, Firebird Ex p131

"vincent liked bread," Art Farmer p12, Zerx C #43 1997 p12

VINCENT VAN GOGH: HOSPITAL CORRIDOR AT SAINT-RÉMY, 1889, Active Ing p16, Sic 3(3) 1999 Jan 25 np

VINCENT VAN GOGH: JOSEPH-ETIENNE ROULIN, Worm #142 1996 p70

VINCENT VAN GOGH: THE NOONDAY NAP, Always p115, Cerberus #23 1996 June/Aug p1, Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9

VISHNU, SIEM REAP, 9th CENTURY, Reater #2 1998 p209

A VISITOR FROM THE AGE OF GOLD, Hospital p49

VLADIMIR TATLIN: SAILOR, 1911, Coagula #41 1999 Sep p52, Simple V #2 1999 Feb p27, Sporting p33

VOCATIONS, NerveC #2 1996 Fall p13

 

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THE WAAGAPETERSON FAMILY, 1836 [sic], Sporting p25

"the waiter returns with my change," NerveC #5 1998 Spr p20

"waiting for my daughter's plane to board," Back East p27

"waiting for the elevators," Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p15

THE WALDEN/WOODSTOCK APARTMENTS, West p172

WAR ALL THE TIME & HORSES DON'T BET ON PEOPLE & NEITHER DO I by BUKOWSKI [rev], CBASB p33, CBETT p49

WAR ALL THE TIME & HORSES DON'T BET ON PEOPLE & NEITHER DO I by BUKOWSKI [rev] [in Japanese], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p58

THE WARHOL MUSEUM, Back East p42

"was bottle-fed the new criticism,", New Male p14

WAS CHANTICLEER HENPECKED, Round–Up p119, Worm #143 1996 p119

"was not my favorite uncle.", Firebird Ex p123

WASSILY KANDINSKY: BLACK LINES, 1913, Prop #3 1997 Sum p14

WASSILY KANDINSKY: COMPOSITION WITH CHESSBOARD-ORANGE, Angelflesh #11 1998 p23

"watching that great john updike," Firebird Ex p39

"watching the couples of all ages," Pittsburgh p20

WATCHING THEM UNWIND THE DOUBLE HELIX, Worm #140 1995 p185

THE WAY IT USED TO BE, Pittsburgh p16

THE WAY I'VE ALWAYS BEEN WHEN SOBER, Fuel #26 1998? p13

WE ALMOST HAD TWINS, PNSP p204

"we are allowed to return to the finca", Hem Col flyleaves, Hem Col p21

"we are bussed in for," Hem Col p11

WE ARE DEVO, Firebird Ex p42

"we are discussing this year's possibilities," Round–Up p136, Worm #143 1996 p136

"we are pedaling our invisible bicycles," Joyful p84

"we both had kids and wives at home"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p24

WE DON'T OUTGROW WHAT WE GREW UP ON, Back East p17

"we eat water. it," Tears #18 1996 Aut p57

"we grow our wheat too high.", OneT #1 1997 p41, Running p48

"we have 2 children," Running p32

"we have been vacationing together," Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p23

"we have four cats and one dog,", Worm #141 1996 p41

WE LIVE IN AN IMPERFECT WORLD, Round–Up p132, Worm #143 1996 p132

"we need a woman to look over us," Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p145

"we needed firewood"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p6, Rio 15(2) 1996 Spr p23

"we no longer have heads," Worm #141 1996 p41

WE OUTLIVE ALMOST ALL OUR PLEASURES, West p197

"we pull off into the little wyoming," Minotaur #32 1998/99 Win p18

"we stood in the tienda de licores"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p23

"we sure do love to refer to ourselves," Firebird Ex p111

"We used to drink a lot of it," West p106

"We were building a fort," Outsiders p167

"we were, on the surface, so unlike," West p102

"we were sitting around the tavern," Cerberus #33 1999 p48, Firebird Ex p77

WEATHER REPORT, Round–Up p117, Worm #143 1996 p117

Weber, Mark

BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE WORK OF GERALD LOCKLIN 1963-1997 [prose], BlueB #12 1997 Mar p62

DONNA HILBERT & GERALD LOCKLIN 18SEPT93 [art], Pittsburgh p5

GERALD LOCKLIN & DONNA HILBERT [art], Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

GERALD LOCKLIN & MARVIN MALONE 20APR95 LONG BEACH [art], Art Farmer p11, Zerx C #43 1997 p11

GERALD LOCKLIN [art], Chiron #52 1997 Win p14

GERALD LOCKLIN IN HIS OFFICE 18APRIL95 [art], Pittsburgh p.iii

TOAD'S LONG JOURNEY ACROSS THE EDGE OF NIGHT [prose], West p5

"we'd heard for years"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p3

"we'd only had the bird a week," FC p41

WEDNESDAY MORNING, Pittsburgh p1

"the weekend before the trip," Hem Col p3

A WEEKEND IN CANADA [prose], West p35

"weight loss? it's a cinch.", Hospital p81

WEIGHT WATCHERS, Firebird Ex p33

WEIGHTLIFTING, Many Cals 2d p235

"well, i guess you've guessed," Press #6 1997 p41

"'Well,' Larry says,", Time Zone track 19, West p207

"'well,' she says, 'i guess if you've," Mama 1(1) 1999 p23

WELL SPENT, Black Cross #4 1997 p7

"we're discussing hemingway's iceberg theory,", Hem Col p18

"we're discussing politics," West p195

WESTERN VICE RETURNS TO THE SOCIALIST STATE, Hem Col p9

A WET LAP, NerveC #3 1997 Spr p16

"what a beautiful language it is.", Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p24

"what a cross for the hero," ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p3

WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAUGHTER MAKES, Macao p17

WHAT A GOOD BOY AM I, Pearl #27 1998 Fall/Win p46

"what a great tearjerker!", Firebird Ex p45

"what awaits us up there?", Sheila #13 1999 p59

WHAT DOES IT PROFIT A MAN, Macao p11

WHAT FOOLS THESE MORTALS BE, Chiron #58 1999 Sum p9

WHAT HAS SHE DONE FOR US LATELY?, Art Farmer p13, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p22, Zerx C #43 1997 p13

"what he had:", Worm #145/146 1999 p45

WHAT I LEARNED FROM CHASING WOMEN, Worm #142 1996 p68

WHAT I LEARNED FROM WATCHING THE PINK PANTHER CARTOON FESTIVAL, Firebird Ex p75

WHAT I LIKE ABOUT INSPECTOR MORSE, Angelflesh #12 1999 p2

WHAT IS THE TITLE OF CHARLES DICKENS' EPIC NOVEL ABOUT THE COUGH MEDICINE INDUSTRY?, Smellfeast #2 1995 Apr p24

"what kept me from going crazy," Firebird Ex p50

"what kind of flight," Hem Col p37

WHAT MATTERS, Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p3, Hem Col p4

WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p15

"what most impresses me," Round–Up p136, Worm #143 1996 p136

"what nicholas payton learned," Face p16

WHAT ONE IS FAMOUS FOR WITHIN ONE'S FAMILY, West p29

"what sort of man," Active Ing p14, Outlaw p416, Wood #5 1997 p2

"what used to be the grand," Art Farmer p4, Zerx C #43 1997 p4

"what was chinoiserie but the," Royal 1(2) 1997 p25, Running p12

WHAT WE READ AT THE END OF THE DAY, Round–Up p142, Worm #143 1996 p142

WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT DEATH, Firebird Ex p111

WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE TALK ABOUT LITERATURE, Art Farmer p16, Zerx C #43 1997 p16

"what would walt whitman have made," Rattle #10 1998 Win p61

WHAT'S UP: DOUGHNUTS & LITERATURE [prose] [cites GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1999 Dec 17 p.A2

WHAT'S UP: LILTING LOCKLIN, YULE E.T.S & BOARDER BASH [prose] [cites GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1998 Nov 4 p.A2

WHAT'S UP: NEW BOOK, BUSTED BASS & ANCIENT TUNES [prose] [re: GL]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1999 Jan 8 p.A2

"when a couple of days into the conference," Hem Col p19

"when are they going to," Coagula #43 1999 Dec p32

WHEN DISTINCTIONS BLUR, OOA/M p20

"when he asks his daughter over breakfast," Macao p24

"when he awakes on his first morning in macao," Macao p20

"when he discovered that he was actually," Worm #137 1995 p43

"when he found himself listed in," Angelflesh #8 1997 p11

"when he moved to california," Round–Up p117, Worm #143 1996 p117

"when he set his departure for january 14,", Macao p2

"when he was introduced to harriet beecher stowe,", ZZZ #15 1997 p42

WHEN I ADMIT THIS TO MY DAUGHTER, SHE SHAKES HER HEAD AND SAYS, 'YOU'RE AMAZING.', Round–Up p139, Worm #143 1996 p139

"when i ask the postal clerk," Home 10(4) 1997 Aut p10, Sporting p51

"when i drop my daughter off," Pearl #25 1997 Fall/Win p18

"when i first met charles bukowski," Lummox 4(8) 1998 Aug p9

"when i go to the discount store," Hem Col p3

"when i inquired at the front desk," NerveC #5 1998 Spr p19, Sporting p47

"when i make my 'tomorrow list,'", Firebird Ex p153

"when i realized today," Lucid #21 1998 May p88

"when i return the call from the nurse,", West p204

"when i saw the new movie," Worm #140 1995 p187

"when i solicit directions," Cabo p5

"when i summon the waitress in," Cabo p4

"when i was growing up," West p13

"when i was growing up in the forties,", West p31

"when, in january 1996,", Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p94

"when it becomes apparent that,", Cabo p7

"when mrs. toad offered to order it," Rattle #9 1998 Sum p57, Sporting p39

"when my father was informed," Firebird Ex p133, West p32

"when my stomach was so bad," Firebird Ex p33

"When my two-year-old daughter," Grand p124, Many Cals 2d p237, Showcase 1997 Fall p18, West p194

"when my uncle orv died," West p136

"when my wife insists i ask," New Male p9

"when my wife requested a male teacher," Slip #15 1995 p55

"when people asked me why," Time Zone track 19

"when she was a young novelist and philosopher,", Round–Up p142, Worm #143 1996 p142

"when the circuits are overloaded," Face p13

WHEN THE DRINKING WAS GOOD, Face p7

"when the lottery jackpot," Fuck! 2(6) 1999 June p2

"when the mother cat had kittens," FC p41

"when the passport ladies," Hem Col p36

"when the payroll office announced," CWPFNA p100

"when the starlet on the tonight show", Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p15

"when the sun rose over the hills"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p17

"when the swat team guns down," Avant #1 1995? p16

"when the toad notices his wife reading," Fingerprints #2 1997 Sum p15

"when the toad reads that," Worm #138 1995 p89

"when the university publication," More Jazz p7, Zerx C #46 1998 p7

"when the young people in the bar," Worm #138 1995 p87

"when they ask john updike," Firebird Ex p41

WHEN THEY PUT US OUT TO PASTURE I HOPE WE GET SIT-DOWN BREAKS WHILE AT STUD, Kerouac #27 1995 Win p55

"when toad returns to school," Round–Up p131, Worm #143 1996 p131

WHEN TOAD VISITS THE SILICON VALLEY, Angelflesh #9 1998 p16

"when we get heavy rains in southern california," OneD 1997 Aug p6

"when we pass a house with a particularly," NerveC #8 1999 Fall p31

"whenever a good-looking woman walked by,"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p10

"whenever everyone agrees on an idea,", Tears #24 1999 Aut p66

WHERE HAVE YOU GONE, T. S. ELIOT?, Active Ing p21, ZZZ #14 1997 Spr p5

WHERE WAS RUSS GILBERT?, West p177

WHERE WE LIVE, Penniless #10 1996 Aut p35

"where we live is not a wealthy neighborhood,", Penniless #10 1996 Aut p35

"'where'd this come from?' she asks,", Worm #138 1995 p89

"while trying to open a bottle of chardonnay,", Firebird Ex p83

"while walking down the main street of ensenada,"

Zepeda, Rafael & GL, Dying p20

"the whippet lies a-bed,", Poetry Di #10 1995 Spr p68

"whispering the sussurating sibilants," Back East p12

"White buildings had begun to," Poetry Di #11 1995 Fall p71

"who can count this many trees," Firebird Ex p124

"who did play sky king on the radio?", West p17

"who of the hudson river school, i," Back East p29

WHO TOOK THE BITE OUT OF THE APPLE?, Coagula #42 1999 Nov p34

"who would ever juxtapose," Poetry Di #9 1995 Feb p26

"whom better to torture?", OneD #37 1999 June p7

WHOSE DOUBLE STANDARD IS IT ANYHOW?, Chiron #52 1997 Win p14, Sporting p51

WHY ABBOTT AND COSTELLO ARE IN HEAVEN, West p204

"why? all my favorite shirts are," Dufus p24, Lummox Sam p8, Sporting p41

"why do i vote at all?", West p121

"(why do women want," Brouhaha #14 1998 July p21

"why dream of minnesota? the pro football draft?", Firebird Ex p103

WHY I GO TO ART EXHIBITS, CPA p140, Running p47

"why not just write," Cerberus #24 1996 Mar/May p9, New Male p11

WHY OUR SPECIES HAS SURVIVED, PressT 1999 Aug 29 p.A1

WHY PEOPLE OF MY GENERATION MARRIED, First #6 1997 p27

WIDE-EYED, NerveC #7 1999 Spr p5

WIE ICH CHARLES BUKOWSKI TRAF [prose], CBETT p7

Wielenga, Dave

WORDS FROM THE WISE [re: GL], PressT 1995 Sept 8 p.W3

WIFE, Hospital p54

WILHELM MARSTRAND: THE WAAGAPETERSON FAMILY, 1836 [sic], MainS 3(1) 1998 Spr p59

WILHELM VON KOBELL: RIDER AT TEGERNSEE II, 1825, Wood #6 1997 p1

WILL MY CHIRONS COME HOME TO ROOST?, New Male p7

WILL O' THE WISP, Two Jazz p13

WILL THEY EVER MAKE UP THEIR MINDS?, Avalanche 1(2) 1996 Spr p17

WILLEM DE KOONING: EXCAVATION, 1950, Tears #18 1996 Aut p56

WILLEM DE KOONING: THE SPRINGS, 1983, Tears #18 1996 Aut p57

WILLEM DE KOONING: WOMAN I, 1950-52, Tears #18 1996 Aut p58

"william burroughs invented this," Active Ing p5, Bottomfish #18 1997 p60

WILLIAM HOGARTH: A RAKE'S PROGRESS: THE TAVERN SCENE, Reater #3 1999 p23

WILLIAM T. WILEY: NOTHING...IS AS IT SEEMS, 1986, Active Ing p5, Spring n.s. #5 1996 Fall p100

"the wind is in the willows," Spring n.s. #7 1998 Fall p141

WINOLD REISS: HARLEM GIRL, 1925, NewLa #21 1999 p6

WINSLOW HOMER: SNAP THE WHIP, 1872, Apocalypse #3 1997 Spr p75

WINSLOW HOMER: THE GULF STREAM, 1899, OneT #1 1997 p42

WINSLOW HOMER: THE VETERAN IN A NEW FIELD, 1865, OneT #1 1997 p41, Running p48

"with a couple of hours still to go," Active Ing p7, Tomor #16 1997 p6

"with my wife and daughter away at," Art Farmer p2, Zerx C #43 1997 p2

"with the acceleration of technology," Angelflesh #8 1997 p44

THE WITNESSES MEET MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER, Running p16, West p236, Worm #137 1995 p41

Wollard, John

THE SCRIBE, WITH HIS WILD DAYS BEHIND HIM, ACCOMPLISHED WRITER & POET GERALD LOCKLIN IS FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS MOST: THE PRINTED WORD [interview], PressT 1998 June 4 p.C1

Womack, Kenneth & Baker, William

RECENT WORK IN CRITICAL THEORY [prose] [GL cited], Style 33(4) 1999 p508

THE WOMAN I'M GOING OUT WITH BELIEVES IN GOD, Firebird Ex p32

WOMAN IN BLUE, Firebird Ex p20

"the woman on the plane," Cabo p1

WOMAN SEATED UNDER WILLOWS, Firebird Ex p116

"a woman who overhears me say," Worm #138 1995 p87

WOMEN AUTHORS, OF COURSE, WOULDN'T THINK OF DEMEANING MEN, Café #8 1997 Spr p29

THE WOMEN HAVE WON, West p210

"women touch me a lot.", Bender #1 1997 p32

'WOOF, WOOF,' WENT MR. TOAD, Conflict #1 1995 Apr p52

WORDS FROM THE WISE [re: GL]

Wielenga, Dave, PressT 1995 Sept 8 p.W3

WORDS OF A LIFETIME [re: GL] [prose]

Grobaty, Tim, PressT 1997 Feb 21 p.W2

WORDSWORTH, COLERIDGE, AND THE ENDORPHINS, Press #9 1998 p87

WORKING GIRLS, West p172

THE WORLD IS A FOREST OF SIGNS, Active Ing p4, Café #8 1997 Spr p30

THE WORLD IS HER OYSTER, Back East p27

THE WORST MEAL IN AMERICA, Back East p10

"would bach have been more productive," El Dor #1 1997 Nov p22

WOULD HE SETTLE FOR AN OUTRIGHT DONATION?, Hem Col p18

WOULD IT HAVE WORKED ON GENGHIS KHAN, Wood #2 1995 Fall p9

A WRITER'S RESPITE, Hem Col p20

THE WRITER'S WORLD, Hospital p78

WYNKEN, BLYNKEN, West p107

 

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THE XINGIAO TEMPLE: A POSTCARD FROM MY DAUGHTER, BLAKE, Cerberus #22 1996 Mar/May p3

 

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"yeah, i know it's stupid to play," Worm #140 1995 p187

"yeah, i know the indians also," Firebird Ex p63

"yeah, it's a big dog,", Firebird Ex p139, NerveC #1 1996 Spr p21, Slip #18 1998 p67

"yeah, the mercury has been dipping," Back East p39

THE YEAR I TURNED TWO, Sic Vice #2 1998 Aug/Sep p26

THE YELLOW FORD OF TEXAS by LOCKLIN & ZEPEDA [rev], Avant #1 1995? p35

"Yes, the university is experiencing," ZZZ #11 1996 p34

"yes, you may smoke all you like.", Two Jazz p13

"yesterday i received in the mail," Worm #138 1995 p89

Y'KNOW WHAT I MEAN, Firebird Ex p68

"you begin to grasp the deeper structures:", Active Ing p10, Bottomfish #18 1997 p61

YOU BEGIN TO WONDER IF YOU'VE EVER HEARD OF YOURSELF, Cabo p8

YOU CAN TAKE HANSEL OUT OF THE BLACK FOREST, BUT YOU CAN'T TAKE THE BLACK FOREST OUT OF HANSEL, West p218

YOU CAN'T WIN 'EM ALL, Lummox 4(8) 1998 Aug p9

"you don't dare write anything," Hospital p37

YOU DON'T MAKE MANY FRIENDS, Hospital p35

YOU, GAIL SHEEHY, West p174

"you gaze at that doggie in the polaroid," Pearl #22 1995 Fall/Win p56

YOU GET OUT WHAT YOU PUT IN, Hem Col p34

"'you got your hair cut!' they say.", Running p13

"you heard it a lot as a young man," Round–Up p126, Worm #143 1996 p126

YOU JUST NEVER KNOW WHAT WILL COME IN HANDY, Bellicose 1(12) 1996 Apr

"'you know,' he says, 'i enjoy your class," New Male p16, West p193

"'you know,' he tells me,", OneD #39 1999 Aug p14

YOU NEVER KNOW, ZZZ #18 1997 Fall p49

"you never smooth out the wrinkles," Firebird Ex p11, West p223

"you say she is a myth?", Firebird Ex p105

"you see a lot of goats,", Hem Col p34

"you see dogs in cuba,", Hem Col p34

"you stay for a kielbassi and cheese," Pittsburgh p17

YOU TRY TO DO EVERYTHING RIGHT, Back East p37

YOUNG EPICURIUS/ OLD AURELIUS, Heel #4 1998 Sum/Fall p11

"the young feminist at the dinner," Penniless #7 1998 Spr p66

"a young guy (not dave)", Pittsburgh p12

"the young man says,", ZZZ #25 1999 Oct p3

YOUNG MAN WITH A HORN, Firebird Ex p160, Press #10 1998 p35

"the young nation loved thunder and," Contents #12/13 1995 p18, Sporting p12

"you're right: i have never read him.", Cerberus #33 1999 p49, Firebird Ex p66

"you're watching the 11:00 o'clock news," New Male p5

"you've corresponded with a student, dave," Pittsburgh p4

 

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Zepeda, Rafael & GL

APOCALYPSE POSTPONED, Dying p14

LA BUFADORA, Dying p9

DUKE'S BRAND, Dying p23

DYING FOR A BARGAIN, Dying p3

A FRIENDSHIP RITUAL, Dying p10

LES IMAGISTES, Dying p19

IT AIN'T AS SIMPLE AS MASA ANYMORE, Dying p12

LAST YEAR IN CORONADOBAD, Dying p26

MORE ON THE DANISH INVASION, Dying p17

MR. ELECTRICITY, Dying p11

THE OUTDOORSMEN, Dying p18

PLAYING IT SAFE, Dying p20

A RETIREMENT COMMUNITY, Dying p13

RICH STIFFS, Dying p6, Rio 15(2) 1996 Spr p23

THE RIGHT TO A SPEEDY TRIAL, Dying p4

SALESPERSONSHIP, Dying p24

A SPANISH LESSON, Dying p22

INTO THE VALLEY RODE THE TWO, Dying p7

WHAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN, Dying p15

ZWEI AMERIKANER, CBETT p23

ZWEI DICHTER [prose], Buk p63, CBETT p17

 

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