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Publications of David Need    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:


  1. Need, D, Songs In-Between the Day / Offshore ST. Mark — Two Suites (2015), pp. 69 pages, Three Count Pour Press, ISBN 9780988937758  [abs]
  2. Rilke, RM, Roses: The Late French Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke, edited by Need, D (July, 2014), pp. 213 pages, Horse and Buggy Press, ISBN 0989640108 (translated by Need, D.)  [abs]

Papers Published

  1. Need, D, Adjacency and the Politics of Everyday Practice: Fanny Howe’s Lives of a Spirit, Spoke, vol. 1 no. Fall (2013)
  2. Need, D, Folding Time: On the ‘Gnostic’ Effects of Irruption and Loss in the Work of H.D., Philip K. Dick, Allen Ginsberg, and Alice Notley, Talisman, vol. 41 no. Fall (2013)
  3. Need, D, What Water is Said? A Review Essay, Oyster Boy Review, vol. 12 no. Summer (2012), pp. 68-70
  4. Need, DN, From "Offshore St. Mark", Talisman no. 38/39/40 (Summer 2010) (2011), pp. 142-163
  5. Need, DN, "Death's Trials" from St. John's Rose Slumber, Hambone (Fall, 2009)
  6. Need, DN, : “Initiation and Lyric Structure: Nathaniel Tarn’s Essays on Poetics”, Golden Handcuffs Review, vol. II.11 (Spring/Summer) (Summer, 2009), pp. 215-225
  7. Need, D, A Man Made of Words, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, vol. 35 no. Summer/Fall (2007), pp. 105-114
  8. Need, D, Kerouac’s Buddhism, Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics, vol. 32/33 no. Summer/Fall (2006), pp. 83-90

Articles in a Collection

  1. Need, D, Spontaneity, immediacy, and difference: Philosophy, being in time, and creativity in the aesthetics of jack kerouac, charles olson, and john cage, in The Philosophy of the Beats, edited by Sharin N. Elkholy (2012), pp. 195-210, University Press of Kentucy, Lexington, KY  [abs]
  2. Need, DN, Spontaneity, Immediacy, and Difference: Philosophy, Being in Time, and Creativity in the Aesthetics of Jack Kerouac, Charles Olson, and John Cage, in The Philosophy of the Beats, edited by Elkholy, SN (2012), University Press of Kentucy

Book Reviews

  1. Need, DN, “On Zhang Er’s So Translating Rivers and Cities”, Talisman, vol. 38/39/40 (Summer 2010) (2010), pp. 117-118
  2. Need, DN, “Guillevic’s The Sea and Other Poems”, Talisman, vol. 38/39/40 (Summer 2010) (2010), pp. 122-123

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