Bibliography 1991 - 2000

Notebook copy of At Twilight 1991

  • poems: 'At Twilight', 'The Yellow Tank', Printed Matter vol. 15 no. 4
  • poem: 'A Surreptitious Visit', English vol. 40 no. 167
  • translations [with Fumiko Horikawa]: 'Smoking Lesson', 'Flowers of Time' by Yoko Isaka, Poetry Tokyo no. 4
  • article: 'Talking Yourself to Death: The Rape of Lucrece', Review of English Literature no. 61
  • review: 'Genuine Risks' [Donald Davie, Collected Poems], PN Review 77, vol. 17 no. 3

1992

  • poetry: Entertaining Fates (Manchester: Carcanet Press)
  • poetry: Leaf-viewing (London: Robert Jones)
  • criticism: In the Circumstances: about Poems and Poets (Oxford: Oxford University Press) [on Wordsworth, Browning, Hardy, Pound, Eliot, Montale, Auden, Lowell, and Hill]
  • translations [with Fumiko Horikawa]: When I Was at my Most Beautiful and other poems 1953-1982 by Noriko Ibaragi (Cambridge: Skate Press)
  • poems: 'Nabucco', 'The Happiness Plant', 'Red Wednesday', 'A Place Worth Visiting', 'In the Twilight', 'The Yellow Tank', Scripsi vol. 8 no. 2
  • poem: 'An Imaginary Portrait', Ariel vol. 23 no. 1
  • article: 'Contracts and Prophets' [on Poetry and Money], Poetica no. 36
  • article: 'Not a Villanelle: Ezra Pound's Psychological Hour', Shiron [Sendai] no. 31
  • article: '"As wallpaper peels from a wall": Words and Things for Donald Davie', Donald Davie at 70: A Celebration, PN Review 88, vol. 19 no. 2
  • review: 'An Asocial Art' [on Prospect into Breath: Interviews with North and South Writers], Printed Matter vol. 16 no. 2

1993

  • poems: 'Background Noise', 'Taking Leave', Poetry Durham no. 32
  • poems: 'Before an Operation', 'A Classical Landscape', 'Deep North', Stand vol. 35 no. 1
  • poem: 'The Yellow Tank', Times Literary Supplement no. 4732
  • poem: 'The Cold', Oxford Poetry vol. 7 no. 2
  • poem: 'A Surreptitious Visit', Poetry Kanto no. 9
  • translation: 'Luino-Luvino' by Vittorio Sereni, Testo a Fronte no. 9, October
  • article: 'The Rape of Dolly Haze: on Rorty on Nabokov', Scripsi vol. 9 no. 1
  • review: 'Behind the Lines' [Geoffrey Hill, The Enemy's Country], Studies in English Literature, English Issue
  • review: 'Delivered up to Fiction' [F. T. Prince, Collected Poems], PN Review 93 vol. 20 no. 1
  • letter: 'Remedies for Depression', PN Review 94 vol. 20 no. 2

1994

  • poems: 'The Albert Dock', 'To a Vicar's Daughter', 'Their Fears', 'Penalties', PN Review 96 vol. 20 no. 4
  • poem: 'Seven Pheasants', Poetry Kanto no. 10
  • poem: 'Curriculum Vitae', Swansea Review no. 13
  • translations [with Marcus Perryman]: 'Interview with a Suicide', Scripsi vol. 9 no. 2
  • translations [with Marcus Perryman]: 'It Will Be the Boredom', 'Image' by Vittorio Sereni, Modern Poetry in Translation new series, no. 5
  • translations [with Marcus Perryman]: 'Woman', 'My Poems' by Umberto Saba, Modern Poetry in Translation new series, no. 5
  • article: 'Elizabeth Bishop's One Art', Perversions vol.1 no.3
  • article: '"As My Way Is": John Ashbery's Gift', John Ashbery in Britain: A Supplement, PN Review 99, vol. 21 no.1
  • review: 'Brazen Leech' [W. H. Auden, Juvenilia], Perversions vol. 1 no. 3
  • review: of Attilio Bertolucci, Selected Poems, trans. C. Tomlinson, Modern Poetry in Translation new Series, no. 5
  • interviewed [by Ian Sansom]: 'Through Frosted Glass: an Interview with Peter Robinson', Oxford Poetry vol. 8 no. 1

1995

  • poems: 'Early Days', 'Rainy Season', 'Things Past', English vol. 44 no. 178
  • poem: 'A Burning Head', Stand vol. 36 no. 3
  • poem: 'Afterlives', Ariel vol. 26 no. 2
  • poem: 'Background Noise', Printed Matter vol. 19 no. 3
  • poem: 'Seven Pheasants', Tabla no. 4
  • poem: 'Plain Money', The Oxford Book of Money ed. K. Jackson (Oxford: Oxford University Press)
  • translation: 'Motets' by Eugenio Montale, Modern Poetry in Translation new series, no. 8
  • article: 'Bunting's Ballads', Sharp Study and Long Toil: Basil Bunting Special Issue, ed. R. Caddel, Durham University Journal Supplement
  • article [unauthorized cut version]: 'Muldoon's Humour', Politics and the Rhetoric of Poetry: Perspectives on Anglo-Irish Poetry, ed. T. A. Westendorp and J. Mallinson (Rodopi, Amsterdam)
  • review: 'Comprehending It' [Norman Nicholson, Collected Poems], PN Review 102, vol. 31 no. 4
  • review: of Giacomo Leopardi, The Canti, trans. J. G. Nichols, Modern Poetry in Translation new series, no. 8
  • review: of Patrick White: Letters ed. D. Marr, Perversions no. 5

Cover of Adter Chardin: Selected Poems 1975 - 1995 (in Japanese)1996

  • poetry [in Japanese translation by Takao Furukawa]: After Chardin: Selected Poems 1975- 1995 (Shimyakusha, Okayama)
  • editor: Liverpool Accents: Seven Poets and a City (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press)
  • editor [with Eichi Hara and Hiroshi Ozawa]: Enlightened Groves: Essays in Honour of Professor Zenzo Suzuki (Shohakusha, Tokyo)
  • poems: 'The Monk's Garden', 'Difficult Mornings', 'Bus Home', 'After Bansui', 'Deep North', 'In the Consular Section', 'Penalties', Prairie Schooner vol. 70 no. 2
  • poems: 'Clearing the Wood', 'Nostalgia for the Present', Metre no. 1
  • poems: 'The Gift', 'Red Wednesday', London Quarterly no. 8
  • poems: 'An Undetermined Heart', 'Rest Your Eyes', 'Coverage', 'Leaving Sapporo', 'The Happiness Plant', 'Deep North', 'Seven Pheasants', PN Review 108 vol. 22 no. 4
  • poem: 'A Difficult Winter', Dylan Francis, The Risk of Being Alive: Writings on Medicine, Poetry and Landscape ed. K. Jackson (Cambridge: Cambridge Quarterly Publications)
  • poem: 'Convalescent Days', The Southern Review vol. 32 no. 2
  • poem: 'Dream Report', Printed Matter vol. 19 no. 4
  • poem: 'In the Twilight', Thumbscrew no. 4
  • poem: 'The Explanation', Meanjin vol. 55 no. 3
  • poem: 'Late Roman Fragment', Poetry Wales vol. 32 no. 1
  • poem: 'Boundary Drive', Making Connections: a Festschrift for Matt Simpson, ed. A Topping (Exeter: Stride Publications)
  • translations: 'Someone is still...', 'The little bushes...', 'I'm in the room...', 'And so one March morning...', 'In the night...', 'Saba', 'This Line', 'Upon this stone...', It's not the light switch...', 'If another time...' by Franco Fortini, Modern Poetry in Translation new series, no. 9
  • translations [with Marcus Perryman]: 'Port Stanley like Trapani', 'It will be the boredom', 'In the True Year Zero', from 'Fragments of a Defeat' by Vittorio Sereni, London Magazine vol. 36 nos. 5 and 6
  • article: 'Joyce's Lyric Poetry', International Aspects of Irish Literature ed. T. Furomoto et. al. (Colin Smythe: Gerrards Cross, 1996)
  • article: 'Innocence, Sincerity and Bodies in The Rape of the Lock' , Enlightened Groves
  • article: '"How distant we've become": Syntax and Apostrophe in Fortini and Sereni', Modern Poetry in Translation new series, no. 9
  • article: 'A Personal Art', PN Review 108, vol. 22 no. 4
  • article: '"Come Home to Myself": Matt Simpson's Poetry', Making Connections: a Festschrift for Matt Simpson, ed. A Topping (Stride, Exeter)
  • article [uncut and corrected version]: 'Muldoon's Humour', Shiron no. 35
  • review: 'The Music of Milan' [Vittorio Sereni, Poesie and Scritture Private], The Times Literary Supplement no. 4868

1997

  • poetry: Lost and Found (Manchester: Carcanet Press)
  • poems: 'Japanese Watercolours', 'Surfaces of Things', 'Days Before', 'Dandelion Clocks', Bongos of the Lord no. 4
  • poems: 'Japanese Watercolours', 'In This Life', The Swansea Review no. 17
  • poems: 'Aftershocks', 'Days Before', 'Dandelion Clocks', 'After Bansui', four W no. 8
  • poem: 'The Bargain', Thumbscrew no. 8
  • poem: 'For my Daughter', Ariel vol. 28 no. 3
  • poem: 'The Explanation', College Green
  • poem: 'A School of Love', Poetry Kanto no. 13
  • translation [with Marcus Perryman]: 'The Great Friend' by Vittorio Sereni, Poetry Kanto no. 13
  • review: 'Poetry and Knowledge' [K. Kajima et. al. eds., Centre and Circumference], Essays in English Romanticism no. 21
  • review: 'Pitching it Up' [Geoffrey Hill, Canaan], The Cambridge Quarterly vol. 26 no. 3

1998

  • poems: 'Your Other Country', 'Scargill House', 'The Late', PN Review 122 vol. 24 no. 6
  • poems: 'Die Lilliputbahn', 'Zoo Time', Metre no. 4
  • poems: 'Coat Hanger', 'An Interior Life', 'On the Outskirts', Shearsman no. 36
  • poems: 'Out of Circulation', 'Italian in Sendai', New Grains no. 2
  • poems: 'Difficult Mornings', 'On the Outskirts', 'Out of Circulation', English vol. 47 no. 189
  • poems: from 'Via Sauro Variations' [nos. 1-7, 23-5], Notre Dame Review no. 5
  • poems: 'Winter Interiors', 'Surfaces of Things', Perihelion no. 3
  • poems: 'Japanese Watercolours', 'Marking Time', 'Useless Landscape', 'Heavy Weather', 'Coathanger', Trout no. 5
  • poem: 'Leavings', Lynx no. 8
  • poem: 'Since You Asked', Times Literary Supplement no. 4944
  • poem: 'Back to Work', Stand vol.39 no. 4
  • translations [with Marcus Perryman]: 'The Reunited', 'Summer in the Po Valley' by Vittorio Sereni, New Grains no. 2
  • essay: '"Una fitta di rimorso": Dante in Sereni', Dante's Modern Afterlife ed. N. Havely (Macmillan: London, 1998)
  • essay: 'Montale and the Muse', PN Review 119, vol. 24 no. 3
  • essay: 'Elizabeth Bishop's One Art', The View From Kyoto: Essays on Twentieth-Century Poetry ed. S. Sakurai (Rinsen: Kyoto, 1998)

Cover of Via Sauro Variations by Peter Robinson1999

  • poetry: Via Sauro Variations (Providence, RI: Ridgeback Press)
  • poems: 'Die Lilliputbahn', 'From the Life', Cortland Review no. 6 [http://www.cortlandreview.com/issue/six/robinson6.htm]
  • poems: 'Dandelion Clocks', 'The Explanation', 'After Bansui', from 'Via Sauro Variations' [nos. 9-20], 'Il Trenino', The Richmond Review [www.richmondreview.co.uk/library/robins01.html]
  • poems: 'In the Consular Section', 'They Sky's Events', 'Zoo Time', The Animistpoems: 'The Gift', 'Still Life Portraits', 'Marking Time', Samizdat no. 3
  • poems: 'Some Notes', 'January Sales', 'Advocacy', Shearsman no. 40
  • poems: 'North Park', 'Qui', 'Under the Lines', 'At La Villetta', 'An Interior Life', The Poetry Kit
  • poems: '472 Claremont Road', 'For Lavinia', 'Rumours of Summer', 'Consorts of Phantasms', 'The Yellow Tank', 'Afterlives', 'Animal Sendai', 'The Sky's Events', Poetryetc Featured Poet #15
  • poems: 'Same World', 'Returning Signs', The New Observer [Tokyo] July
  • poem: 'Remembering February', Thumbscrew no. 13, spring-summer
  • poem: 'Points of Light', Voices for Kosovo ed. R. Loydell (Exeter: Stride Publications)
  • essay: 'Matters of Fact and Questions of Value', Shiron no. 38
  • review: The Triumph of Love by Geoffrey Hill, Notre Dame Review no. 8
  • review: 'What's the Big Idea?' [on Jorie Graham, The Errancy, and Charles Simic, Looking for Trouble], The Cambridge Quarterly
  • letter: 'Counting the Beats', PN Review 126 vol. 25 no. 4
  • interviewed: '"There has to be torque in poetic talk": Peter Robinson in conversation with Marcus Perryman, The Animist
  • interviewed: 'Occasion to Revise or Thing Again': Peter Robinson in conversation with Marcus Perryman, The Cortland Review June [http://www.cortlandreview.com/features/99/06/]
  • interviewed: '"Making something of life": Peter Robinson talks to Michael Bradshaw', The Richmond Review [www.richmondreview.co.uk/library/robins01.html]
  • interviewed: 'The Poetry Kit Interviews Peter Robinson', The Poetry Kit

Cover of The Thing about Roy Fisher: Critical Studies2000

  • editor: The Thing about Roy Fisher: Critical Studies, eds. J. Kerrigan and P. Robinson (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press)
  • editor: News for the Ear: A Homage to Roy Fisher ed. P. Robinson and R. Sheppard (Exeter: Stride Publications)
  • poetry: Anywhere You Like (Sendai: Pine Wave Press)
  • poems: 'Playing Dead', 'The Sky's Events', News for the Ear: A Homage to Roy Fisher ed. P. Robinson and R. Sheppard (Exeter: Stride Publications)
  • poems: 'Deceptive Landscape', 'Same World', 'A Late Spring', 'Under the Lines', 'More Aftershocks', 'Animal Sendai', 'By the Way', 'The Sky's Events', PN Review 131, Jan-Feb
  • poems: 'More, Later', 'Come to Grief', New Grains 4, September
  • Cover of News for the Ear: A Homage to Roy Fisheressays: 'Introduction', 'Last Things', The Thing about Roy Fisher: Critical Studies, eds. J. Kerrigan and P. Robinson (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press)
  • essay: 'In a Tight Corner', News for the Ear: A Homage to Roy Fisher ed. P. Robinson and R. Sheppard (Exeter: Stride Publications)
  • essay: 'Making Things Happen', The Cambridge Quarterly vol.29 no.3
  • essay: 'The Bliss of What?', Poetry and the Sense of Panic: Critical Essays on Elizabeth Bishop and John Ashbery, ed. L. Kelly (Rodopi, Amsterdam & Atlanta)
  • essay: 'Allen Curnow Travels', English vol. 49 no. 193, Spring
  • article: 'Attilio Bertolucci 1911-2000', PN Review 135, vol. 27 no. 1
  • article: 'On Untitled Sequence', The Poetry of Peter Riley, The Gig 4-5, Nov 1999-Mar 2000.
  • interviewer:'Roy Fisher Talks to Peter Robinson' [excerpt], '"They have all gone into the world": Roy Fisher in conversation with Peter Robinson', Roy Fisher, Interviews over Time and Autobiographical Writings ed. T. Frazer (Plymouth: Shearsman Books)