Lyn Hejinian


Photo by Carolyn Andrews


    • The Fatalist. Richmond: Omnidawn, 2003.


    • My Life in the Nineties. New York: Shark, 2003.


    • The Beginner. Berkeley: Tuumba, 2002.


    • Slowly. Berkeley: Tuumba, 2002.


    • The Beginner. New York: Spectacular, 2001.


    • A Border Comedy. New York: Granary, 2001.


    • Happily. Sausalito: Post-Apollo, 2000.


    • A Book from a Border Comedy. Los Angeles: Seeing Eye, 1997.


    • The Little Book of a Thousand Eyes. Boulder: Smoke-Proof, 1996.


    • Guide, Grammar, Watch, and the Thirty Nights.Western Australia: Folio, 1996.


    • The Cold of Poetry. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, 1994.


    • The Cell. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, 1992.


    • The Hunt. La Laguna: Zasterle, 1991.


    • Oxota: A Short Russian Novel. Great Barrington: The Figures, 1991.


    • My Life. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, 1987.


    • The Guard. Berkeley: Tuumba, 1984.


    • Redo. Grenada: Salt-Works, 1984.


    • My Life. Providence: Burning Deck, 1980.


    • Writing Is an Aid to Memory. Great Barrington: The Figures, 1978.


    • Gesualdo. Berkeley: Tuumba, 1978.


    • A Mask of Motion. Providence: Burning Deck, 1977.


    • A Thought Is the Bride of What Thinking. Berkeley: Tuumba, 1976.


    • a gRReat adventure. N.p., 1972.



    • Chartings. With Ray DiPalma. Tucson: Chax, 2000.


    • Sunflower. With Jack Collom. Great Barrington: The Figures, 2000.


    • Sight. With Leslie Scalapino. Washington, DC: Edge, 1999.


    • Wicker. With Jack Collom. Boulder: Rodent, 1996.


    • Leningrad. With Michael Davidson, Ron Silliman, and Barrett Watten. San Francisco: Mercury House, 1991.


    • Individuals. With Kit Robinson. Tuscon: Chax, 1988.



    • The Language of Inquiry. Berkeley: U of California P, 2000.


    • The Traveler and the Hill, and the Hill. With Emilie Clark. New York: Granary, 1998.


    • Two Stein Talks. Santa Fe: Weaselsleeves, 1996.



    • The Best American Poetry 2004. New York: Scribner, 2004.


    • Atelos. Co-edited with Travis Ortiz. 1995- .


    • Poetics Journal. Co-edited with Barrett Watten. 1981-1999.


    • Tuumba Press. 1976-1984, 1999- .



    • Xenia. Poems by Arkadii Dragomoshchenko. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, 1994.


    • Third Wave: The New Russian Poetry. Poems by Arkadii Dragomoshchenko. Ed. Kent Johnson and Stephen Ashby. Ann Arbor: U of Michigan P, 1992.


    • Description. Poems by Arkadii Dragomoshchenko. Los Angeles: Sun & Moon, 1990.



    • Manuscripts, letters, and papers, 1966-2004, are housed at the Mandeville Special Collection library, University of California, San Diego. http://orpheus.ucsd.edu/speccoll/testing/html/mss0074a.html



    • UCSD New Poetry Series. Poetry reading, 30 April 1980. U of California at San Diego, Special Collections.


    • New Writing Series. Poetry reading, 30 October 1985. U of California at San Diego, Special Collections.


    • Guess Language by Lyn Hejinian and Charles Bernstein. Madison: Audio Muzixa Qet, 1986.


    • Chronic Ideas. 80 Langdon St. Talk series. San Diego: U of California at San Diego, Special Collections, 1997.



    • Brito, Manuel. "Fragment, Sentence and Memory of the Self in a Poetic Neo-narrative." Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 18 (Abril 1989): 191-207.


    • Clark, Hilary. "The Mnemonics of Autobiography: Lyn Hejinian's My Life." Biography 14.4 (Fall 1991): 315-335.


    • Dworkin, Craig Douglas. "Penelope Reworking the Twill: Patchwork, Writing, and Lyn Hejinian's My Life." Contemporary Literature 36.1 (Spring 1995): 58-80.


    • Freitag, Kornelia. "'A Pause, A Rose, Something on Paper': Autobiography as Language Writing in Lyn Hejinian's My Life." Amerikastudien 43.2 (1998): 313-327.


    • Naylor, Paul. "Lyn Hejinian." Poetic Investigations: Singing the Holes in History. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 1999. 106-137.


    • Simpson, Megan. "Language-Oriented Feminist Epistemology, and the Case of Lyn Hejinian." Poetic Epistemologies: Gender and Knowing in Women's Language-Oriented Writing. New York: State U of New York P, 2000. 1-29.


    • Vickery, Ann. "The Person as Chronic Text: From Lyn Hejinian's Gesualdo to My Life." Leaving the Lines of Gender: A Feminist Genealogy of Language Writing. Hanover: Wesleyan UP, 2000. 233-248.


    • Williams, Nerys. "'What I wanted was nothing to do with monuments': Errings and Lyn Hejinian's The Guard." Rebound the American Poetry Book. Ed. Michael Hinds & Stephen Matterson. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2004. 160-181.


For complete details on Lyn Hejinian's cv please visit this web page: http://epc.buffalo.edu/authors/hejinian.