A Bradford Morrow Checklist

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A Bradford Morrow Checklist


Books

Giovanni's Gift, a novel.
New York: Viking, 1997.
Paperback edition, New York: Penguin, 1998.
Audiobook, Los Angeles: The Publishing Mills, 1997.
London: HarperCollins/Flamingo, 1997.
Paperback edition, London: Flamingo, 1998.
Berlin: Berlin Verlag, 1997.
Paris: Editions Calmann-Levy, 1997.

Trinity Fields, a novel.
New York: Viking, 1995.
Paperback edition, New York: Penguin, 1996.
London: HarperCollins/Flamingo, 1995.
Paperback edition, London: Flamingo, 1996.
Berlin: Berlin Verlag, 1996.
Finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award, 1996.

The Almanac Branch, a novel.
New York: Linden Press/Simon & Schuster, 1991.
Paperback edition, New York: W.W. Norton, 1992.
PEN/Faulkner Award finalist, 1992.

A Bestiary, a book of fables. New York: Grenfell Press, 1991. With original illustrations by eighteen contemporary artists: Gregory Amenoff, Joe Andoe, James Brown, Vija Celmins, Louisa Chase, Eric Fischl, Jan Hashey, Michael Hurson, Mel Kendrick, James Nares, Ellen Phelan, Joel Shapiro, Kiki Smith, David Storey, Michelle Stuart, Richard Tuttle, Trevor Winkfield, and Robin Winters.

Come Sunday, a novel.
New York: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988.
Paperback edition, New York: Collier, 1990.
Corrected paperback edition, New York: Penguin, 1996.

After a Charme, poems.
New York: Grenfell Press, 1984.

The Preferences, poems.
New York: Grenfell Press, 1983.

Danae's Progress, poems.
San Francisco: Cadmus Editions, 1982.

Posthumes, poems.
Santa Barbara: Cadmus Editions, 1982.
Paperback edition, Santa Barbara: Cadmus Editions, 1982.

Passing from the Provinces, poems.
Santa Barbara: Cadmus Editions, 1981.

In Progress

The Prague Sonatas, a novel.

Meditations on a Shadow, essays.

Ariel, a novel. Second volume of the Trinity Fields trilogy.

Edited Books

Conjunctions, Bi-Annual Volumes of New Writing. Founded and edited by Bradford Morrow. Annandale-on-Hudson: Bard College, 1981-present. Thirty-three volumes to date. Over ten thousand pages of innovative work by some eight hundred novelists, poets, playwrights, essayists, and other artists.

The New Gothic. Co-edited with Patrick McGrath. Anthology of contemporary Gothic fiction including work by Morrow, McGrath, Martin Amis, Angela Carter, Emma Tennant, Peter Straub, Ruth Rendell, John Edgar Wideman, Kathy Acker, William T. Vollmann, Joyce Carol Oates, Robert Coover, Lynne Tillman, Jamaica Kincaid, Jeanette Winterson, Paul West, Anne Rice, Yannick Murphy, Janice Galloway, Scott Bradfield, and John Hawkes. New York: Random House, 1991. Paperback edition, New York: Vintage, 1994. London: Picador, 1992. Paperback edition, London: Pan, 1994. Frankfurt: S. Fischer Verlag, 1993. Barcelona: Edicione Minotauro, 1993. Tokyo: Fukutake Shoten, 1993 (2 volume set). Milano: Mondadori, 1996.

More Classics Revisited, by Kenneth Rexroth. Edited and introduction by Bradford Morrow. New York: New Directions, 1989. Paperback edition, New York: New Directions, 1990.

Thirty Six Poems of Tu Fu, translated by Kenneth Rexroth. Edited and introduction by Bradford Morrow, with afterword by John Yau and etchings by Brice Marden. New York/Zurich: Peter Blum Editions, 1987.

The Houses of Children, by Coleman Dowell. Afterword by Bradford Morrow. New York: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1988.

World outside the Window: Selected Essays of Kenneth Rexroth. Edited and introduction by Bradford Morrow. New York: New Directions, 1987. Paperback edition, New York: New Directions, 1988. Los Angeles Times Book of the Year.

Classics Revisited, by Kenneth Rexroth. Edited and introduction by Bradford Morrow. New York: New Directions, 1986. Paperback edition, New York: New Directions, 1987,

The Selected Poems of Kenneth Rexroth. Edited and introduction by Bradford Morrow. New York: New Directions, 1984. Paperback edition, New York: New Directions, 1985. …

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