Poetry

“Coney Island Express,” in Epitome (Autumn, 1970): 23.
b. Christs and Other Poems. Binghamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1978, paper, p. 11.
“Hallways.” The Bellevue Press Poetry Postcard Series. Bing hamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1974, postcard. This poem is part of a work in progress entitled Hospital Songs.
“Protégé.” Bellevue Broadside Portfolio No.1. Binghamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, Spring 1975, paper, broadside sheets. One of eight broadsides in the set, twenty sets being issued in the portfolio. This poem is part of a work in pro-gress entitled Hospital Songs.
“Stone Stars,” in A Book of Thel #1 (1976): 10.
b. Christs and Other Poems. Binghamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1978, paper, p. 13.
c. Burning with a Vision: Poetry of Science and the FantasticEdited by Robert Frazier. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984, cloth, p. 33.
cb. Burning with a Vision: Poetry of Science and the FantasticEdited by Robert Frazier. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984, paper, p. 33.
“Patience,” in Speculative Poetry Review #2 (1977): [12]. This poem is part of a work in progress entitled Hospital Songs.
“Borges hiding in my study…” [untitled poem]. The Bellevue Press Poetry Postcard Series. Binghamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1977, postcard.
[A Set of Poems], edited by Jack Dann. Binghamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1977, six individual poetry postcards, paper. [verse anthology set]
This series is part of The Bellevue Press Poetry Postcard Series, and was originally titled Speculative Poems. However, the title does not appear on any of the individual poetry postcards. The set of original poems includes: “Pomegranate,” by Sonya Dor man; “Summer 1173,” by Brian W. Aldiss; “White Power Poem,” by Michael Bishop; “Constellations,” by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro; “Travelling,” by Ursula K. Le Guin; and “The West Coast,” by Thomas Disch.
“Christs,” in Christs and Other Poems. Binghamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1978, paper, p. 1-8.
“Black-Out Barbarians,” in Christs and Other Poems. Bing hamton, NY: The Bellevue Press, 1978, paper, p. 9-10.
“Nightnoise,” in The Anthology of Speculative Poetry 3 (1978): 24. This poem is part of a work in progress entitled Hospital Songs.
“When Grandmother was buried…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in The Anthology of Speculative Poetry 4 (1980): 35. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
“We sat in Rema’s living room…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in The Anthology of Speculative Poetry 4 (1980): 35. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
“In the grotto…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in The Anthology of Speculative Poetry 4 (1980): 36. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
“The ground has a face…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, inThe Anthology of Specula tive Poetry 4 (1980): 36. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
b. Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1987): 63.
“I ate raw heart…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in The Anthology of Speculative Poetry 4 (1980): 36. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
“I died for a while…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in The Anthology of Speculative Poetry 4 (1980): 36. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
b. Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1987): 63.
“I burn in the darkness…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in The Anthology of Specula tive Poetry 4 (1980): 36. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
b. as: “Ceremony,” in Burning with a Vision: Poetry of Science and the FantasticEdited by Robert Frazier. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984, cloth, p. 32. An excerpt of this poem is also quoted in the editor’s introduction, p. xv.
bb. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984, paper, p. 32.
c. as: “Ceremony,” in Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1987): 62.
“Day to day is only darkness…,” [untitled poem], from “Poems from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in The Anthology of Speculative Poetry 4 (1980): 36. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
“Night Meetings: In Memory of Loren Eiseley,” in Velocities: A Magazine of Speculative Poetry4 (Summer, 1984): 21-22.
b. in: _____, by Charles de Lint. An excerpt of the poem used an an epigraph for the novel.
“When we invent a machine to read…,” [untitled poem], in Burning with a Vision: Poetry of Science and the FantasticEdited by Robert Frazier. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984, cloth, p. 32. Incorrectly attributed to the work-in-progress, Hospital Songs.
ab. Philadelphia: Owlswick Press, 1984, paper, p. 32.
“Nerve,” from “Eight Poems from Songs from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1987): 62. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
“It is a circle…” [untitled poem], from “Eight Poems from Songs from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1987): 63. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Po ems from a White Heart.
“It was a good day to die…” [untitled poem], from “Eight Po ems from Songs from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1987): 63. This is a selection of poems from the work-in-progress, Poems from a White Heart.
“The medicine man tells me…” [untitled poem], from “Eight Poems from Songs from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in Rod Serling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1986): 63.
“Oh, Wakan Tanka…” [untitled poem], from “Eight Poems from Songs from a White Heart,” by Jack Dann, in Rod Ser ling Presents The Twilight Zone Magazine 3 (August, 1986): 63.
“Hillel,” in Chailine: The Bulletin of Beth David Synagogue 2, (March, 1988): 6.
“Jeanne held out a long strand…,” in Ice River #4 (June, 1989): 29.
“Remembrance,” in Ice River #4 (June, 1989): 29.
“Truths,” in Ice River #4 (June, 1989): 29.

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