Poems

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Poems

  • “At the Front of the Jet.” Denver Quarterly
  • “Maine Summer, with Friends.” Denver Quarterly
  • “Spirit Marriage.” Denver Quarterly
  • “The Curse.” Denver Quarterly
  • “Texas Rainbow.” Chronicles
  • “To Mei Lin, on our Twenty-Second Anniversary.” Chronicles
  • “The Blackness of the Grackle.” Crosscurrents
  • “Glass.” Ontario Review
  • “Pheromones.” Ontario Review
  • “English Renaissance Portraits.” Gambit
  • “Theogony.” Gambit
  • “The Pontiac Firebird.” Matrix: New Canadian Writing III, 1. 2.
  • “Aphrodite.” Southwest Review 71, 3. 349-350.
  • “The Music.” Spectrum XIII, 1. 53-54.
  • “Kindertotenlied.” Spectrum XIV, 1 & 2. 95-96.
  • “The Journal of Ernest Polycarpe Bougainville.” Spectrum XIV, 1 & 2. 96-101.
  • “The Compass Rose” (singlesheet). Christopher’s Books: Santa Barbara, California, 1972.
  • “The Great Winter of ’77.” Moosehead Review 1.1 (1977). 8.
  • “The Big Sleep: Anne Sexton, Died October 4th, 1974.” Moosehead Review 1.1 (1977). 9.
  • “The Return.” The Kenyon Review 1.3 (1979). 123-157.
  • “The Multicolored Man.” The Kenyon Review 3.4 (1981). 50.
  • “A Valediction.” The Kenyon Review 3.4 (1981). 51.
  • “High May.” The Kenyon Review 3.4 (1981). 52.
  • “Heroes.” The Kenyon Review 3.4 (1981). 53.
  • “Dumbarton Oaks.” Poetry 142 (1983). 273-275.
  • “The Agape.” Poetry 142 (1983). 276.
  • “Penance for Pan.” Cumberland Poetry Review 2.2 (1983). 79.
  • “Clothing of Innocence.” Cumberland Poetry Review 2.2 (1983). 82.
  • “Against the Sad Poets.” Shenandoah 35.1 (1983-4). 60.
  • “Freeze Tag.” Shenandoah 35.1 (1983-4). 60-61.
  • “On Goya’s ‘Saturn.'” Poetry 143 (1984). 337-341.
  • “The Cave at Zhoukoudian.” Yale Review 74 (1984). 58-63.
  • “The Expedition.” Amazing Stories 59.1 (1985). 99-101.
  • “Aeneas in Britain.” Poetry Nation Review 11.6 (1985). 55.
  • “Bone China Broken.” Poetry 147 (1985). 69-71.
  • “The Blessing.” Poetry 147 (1985). 71-72.
  • “The Distribution.” Poetry 147 (1985). 73.
  • “Fiat Lux.” The Southern Review 22.2 (1986). 379-381.
  • “Incarnateness.” The Southern Review 22.2 (1986). 381-382.
  • “The Ballad of the Good Cowboy.” (long poem) The Reaper 17 (1987). 41-75.
  • “On Gibbs’ Law.” Poetry 153 (1988). 143.
  • “On the Pains of Translating Miklos Radnoti.” The New Hungarian Quarterly 29.112 (1988). 120.
  • “April Wind.” The Southern Review 25 (1989). 942-943.
  • “On the Anthropic Principle.” The Southern Review 25 (1989). 943.
  • “37,000 Feet Above the Atlantic.” The Southern Review 25 (1989). 944.
  • “Early Warning.” Southwest Review 75 (1990). 94.
  • “At the Modern Language Association.” The Formalist 2.2 (1991). 41-43.
  • “Murders,” The Formalist 3.1 (1992). 58-61.
  • “In a Season of Political Faction.” Sparrow 60 Summer 1993. 29.
  • “On Glenn Gould’s Goldberg Variations, Sainte-Colombe, Marais, Radnoti and Petrarch.” Sparrow 60 Summer 1993. 29.
  • “Advice to a Poet.” The Formalist 4:2, 1993, 82-3.
  • “Death Mass.” (long poem) Crazyhorse 45, Winter 1993, 14-35.
  • “In a Season of Political Faction,” “On Glenn Gould’s Goldberg Variations, Sainte-Colombe, Marais, Radnoti and Petrarch.” Sparrow 60, Summer 1993, 29.
  • “From The New World”” (excerpt from Frederick Turner, The New World, an epic poem first published by Princeton University Press). Anthologized in Kim Stanley Robinson, ed., Future Primitive: The New Ecotopias, Tor 1994.
  • “On the Pains of Translating Miklos Radnoti.” Anthologized in Dana Gioia, ed., Formal Introductions: An Investigative Anthology, Aralia Press, 1994.
  • “April Wind.” Anthologized in Rebel Angels: Twenty-Five Poets of the New Formalism, ed. Mark Jarman and David Mason, Story Line Press, Brownsville, Oregon, 1996, p. 222
  • “On the Pains of Translating Mikós Radnóti.” Anthologized in Rebel Angels: Twenty-Five Poets of the New Formalism, ed. Mark Jarman and David Mason, Story Line Press, Brownsville, Oregon, 1996, p. 223
  • “Spring Evening.” Anthologized in Rebel Angels: Twenty-Five Poets of the New Formalism, ed. Mark Jarman and David Mason, Story Line Press, Brownsville, Oregon, 1996, p. 221
  • “The Lady of Cozumel.” The Edge City Review, Vol. 2, No. 2, 9/96, p. 17
  • “The Poet and the Scientist.” The Edge City Review, Vol. 2, No. 2, 9/96, p. 18
  • “Titaness.” The Edge City Review, Vol. 2, No. 2, 9/96, p. 19
  • “The Bruges Virgin.” Negations: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Thought,Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1996, pp. 110
  • “In a Season of Political Faction.” Negations: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Thought,Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1996, pp. 111
  • “Riddle.” Negations: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Thought, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1996, pp. 110
  • “205 Woodside Drive.” Cincinnati Poetry Review, No. 27, Spring/Summer 1996, p. 22
  • “On the Precolumbian Zero.” Chronicles, Sep 1996, p. 11
  • “The Dolphin Hotel and Epcot Center.” Chronicles, Sep 1996, p. 17
  • “On the Bach St. Matthew Passion, Holy Saturday 1995.” Chronicles, Sep 1996, p. 19
  • “On the Death of an Infant.” Poem anthologized in An Introduction to Poetry, Ninth Edition, ed. X. J. Kennedy and Dana Gioia, Longman’s, New York 1997, p.338
  • “Advice to a Poet.” Negations: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Social Thought, No. 2, 1997, p. 109
  • “Inscription for a Harpsichord.” Poem anthologized in Diverse City Too, ed. Scott Wiggerman, Austin Poets International, Inc., Austin, Texas, 1998, p. 82

1999

  • “Go Down for the President.” Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse, Spring, 1999, p. 41
  • “Spring Evening.” Poetry in Motion, Dallas Area Rapid Transit public poetry program, 1999
  • “In Memory of Frederick Hart” (poem). American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XV, No. 2, Spring 1999, p. 15
  • “Sonnets to Hamnet” (poems). Pivot, Vol XX, No. 48, Spring 1999, pp. 14-25
  • “On the Funeral of Princess Diana” (poem). Light, No. 25, Summer 1999, p. 25
  • “Inscription for a Harpsichord” (poem). Light, No. 26, Fall 1999, p. 26
    “Monster” (poem). Light, No. 27, Winter 1999, p. 48

2000

  • “In the Borghese Gardens” (poem). Light, no. 28, Spring 2000, p. 14
    “Teacher Who Killed Sons Dejected” (poem). Light, no. 31, winter 2000/2001, p. 5
  • “Snobs” (poem). Light, no. 31, winter 2000/2001, p. 6
  • “.com” (poem). Light, no. 31, winter 2000/2001, p. 6
  • “The Engineers” (poem). Light, no. 31, winter 2000/2001, p. 7
  • “The Blackness of the Grackle” (poem, reprinted). Light, no. 31, winter 2000/2001, p. 8
  • “An Apology for the Poem ‘The Blackness of the Grackle'” (poem, reprinted). Light, no. 31, winter 2000/2001, p. 9
  • “The Lady’s Impatience” (poem). Light, no. 31, winter 2000/2001, p. 10
  • “And Could It Be (in a Dallas Suburb)” (poem). The American Enterprise, Vol. 11, No. 7, October/November 2000, p. 26
  • “The Big Sleep” (poem). Moosemilk: the Best of The Moosehead from 1977 to 1999, ed. Patti Sontag & Grant Loewen. Montreal, Canada: DC Books, 1999 (appeared in 2000), p.69

2001

  • “The Refuge.” Neovictorian/Cochlea, Fall/Winter 2001, p.5
  • “For Milton, Herbert, Hopkins.” (reprinted) Neovictorian/Cochlea, Fall/Winter 2001, p.5
  • “The Slave Forgers.” Neovictorian/Cochlea, Fall/Winter 2001, p.12
  • “Teacher Who Killed Sons Dejected.” Light, Winter 2001, No. 31, p. 5
  • “Snobs.” Light, Winter 2001, No. 31, p. 6
  • “.com.” Light, Winter 2001, No. 31, p. 6
  • “The Engineers.” Light, Winter 2001, No. 31, p. 7
  • “The Blackness of the Grackle.” (reprinted) Light, Winter 2001, No. 31, p. 8
  • “An Apology for the Poem ‘The Blackness of the Grackle.” (reprinted) Light, Winter 2001, No. 31, p. 9
  • “The Lady’s Impatience.” Light, Winter 2001, No. 31, p. 10
  • “Ecce Agnus Dei.” Light, Spring 2001, No. 32, p. 14
  • “View from the Metroliner.” Light, Spring 2001, No. 32, p. 17
  • “At the Front of the Jet” (reprinted) Light, Spring 2001, No. 32, p. 22
  • “At the Casa Paredes.” Light, Summer 2001, No. 33, p. 51
  • “On the New Biographies of Frost, Rilke, and Yeats.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 38
  • “For Milton, Herbert, Hopkins.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 38
  • “In the Borghese Gardens.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 39
  • “The Dancers of Orissa.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 39
  • “The Kite.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 40
  • “In the Villa Adriana.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 40
  • “Buddha and Christ.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 41
  • “After Quixote.” American Arts Quarterly, Vol. XVIII, no. 1, Winter 2001, p. 41
  • “Pear Trees.” Poetry In Motion, DART poetry program, 2001

2002

  • “Shaving.” NeoVictorian/Cochlea, Vol. VI, No. 1, p. 29
  • “After the Poet’s Encounter With Certain New York Apologists For The Terrorists.” Pivot, Vol XX, No. 54, Spring 2002, p. 9
  • “The Husbands of Feminists.” Pivot, Vol XX, No. 54, Spring 2002, p. 10
  • “Why They Hate America.” Edge City Review, Vol. 5, No. 3, 12/01, pp.4-5

2003

  • “On the Second Iraq War.” Tech Central Station, 04/09/2003, http://www.techcentralstation.com/040903F.html
  • “Freedom, Lies, and the Constitution.” Tech Central Station, 07/17/2003, http://www.techcentralstation.com/071703A.html
  • “Reply to the Five Thousand.” Expansive Poetry and Music Online, 2003, http://www.n2hos.com/acm/
  • “On Translating Tang Poetry with Mr. Deng.” Expansive Poetry and Music Online, 2003, http://www.n2hos.com/acm/
  • “On Herbert, Hopkins, and Dickinson.” Expansive Poetry and Music Online, 2003, http://www.n2hos.com/acm/
  • “Blue Eugenics.” Expansive Poetry and Music Online, 2003, http://www.n2hos.com/acm/

2004

  • “On Hearing that Spain Has Capitulated to the Terrorists.” Tech Central Station
    http://www.techcentralstation.com/031604G.html, March 16th, 2004
  • “Box Office.” Tech Central Station
    http://www.techcentralstation.com/062904E.html, June 29th, 2004
  • “The Man Who Lives Many Times.” Chronoscope, The Journal for the Study of Time, Vol. IV, No. 1, 2004

2005

  • “Grief in Lent”
    Frederick Turner
    Tex, Vol. 4, No. 1, Fall/Winter, 2004-2005, p. 21
  • “The Mei Lin Effect”
    Frederick Turner
    Tex, Vol. 4, No. 1, Fall/Winter, 2004-2005, p. 21
  • “A Lyrical Vision (excerpt)”
    Frederick Turner
    American Enterprise, Dec. 2004, p. 35
  • “In a Season of Political Faction”
    Sonnets: 150 Contemporary Sonnets, ed. William Baer
    University of Evansville Press, Evensville, Indiana, 2005, p. 137
  • “The Ratchet Clacks, the Wheel Cannot Turn Back”
    TechCentralStation, 31 Jan 2005

2006

  • Terminus
    Frederick Turner
    First Things 161 (March 2006) 32
  • His Space and Time
    Frederick Turner
    First Things 164 (June-July 2006) 16
  • Texas Autumn (Veterans’ Day, 2006)
    Frederick Turner
    Tech Central Station < http://www.tcsdaily.com/Authors.aspx?id=194>, 16th Nov 2006
  • April Wind Again
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 44
  • At the Casa Paredes
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 45
  • Flying by Greenland
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 46
  • For Mei Lin on Our Tweny-Second Wedding Anniversary
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 47
  • In the Villa Adriana
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 48
  • After the Conference
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 49
  • The Mei Lin Effect
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 50
  • Habits
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 51
  • The Kite
    Frederick Turner
    The Conservative Poets, ed. By William Baer
    Evansville: The University of Evansville Press (2006) 52
  • Ode atyre që I duan të tjerët (Ode to the Least of These My Brethren)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 69
  • Për të gjithë miqtë e mi (To All My Friends)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 70-71
  • Në Vila Borghese (In the Borghese Gardens)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 72-74
  • E shtuna e madhe (Holy Saturday)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 75
  • Në ligjin e Gibsit (On Gibbs’ Law)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 76
  • Stuhia e detit verior (North Sea Storm)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 77-78
  • Gjatë vdekjes së një miku (On the Death of a Friend)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 79-81
  • Apologji (Apology)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 82-83
  • Endrra për Marsin (The Dream of Mars)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 84
  • Te qafa e Prautës, Maine (Prout’s Neck, Maine)
    Frederick Turner
    Poezia bashkëkohore amerikane (Contemporary American Poetry), ed. and trans. by Gjeke Marinaj
    Tirana: Qendra ndërkombëtare e kulturës (2006) 85

2007

  • An excerpt from The Prayers of Dallas
    Newington-Cropsey Cultural Studies Center Website,
    www.nccsc.net/authors/Frederick%20Turner
  • A Beautiful Story
    Frederick Turner
    TCSDaily, April 6 2007
    < http://www.tcsdaily.com/Authors.aspx?id=194>
  • To Donne in His Coffin
    Frederick Turner
    Light: A Quarterly of Light Verse 56-57 (Spring-Summer 2007) 61
  • Travel Delays
    Frederick Turner
    The Evansville Review XVII (Spring 2007) 23
  • The Tidal Inlet
    Frederick Turner
    Measure II (2007) 1
  • The House of the Colonel
    Frederick Turner
    Measure II (2007) 2
  • The Tempest
    Frederick Turner
    Measure II (2007) 3
  • Cooking Alone
    Frederick Turner
    Measure II (2007) 4
  • Telomeres
    Frederick Turner
    Measure II (2007) 5
  • Counting his Chickens
    Frederick Turner
    Measure II (2007) 6
  • At 80,000 Feet
    Frederick Turner
    Measure II (2007) 7
  • The Poet Gets Drowsy on the Road
    Frederick Turner
    A Student’s Treasury of Texas Poetry (Billy Bob Hill, ed.)
    Fort Worth: TCU Press (2007) 67
  • Early Warning
    Frederick Turner
    A Student’s Treasury of Texas Poetry (Billy Bob Hill, ed.)
    Fort Worth: TCU Press (2007) 129
  • 110 Degrees in Dallas
    Frederick Turner
    A Student’s Treasury of Texas Poetry (Billy Bob Hill, ed.)
    Fort Worth: TCU Press (2007) 134

Pamphlets

  • The Water World (poetry). Goleta, California: Christopher’s Books, 1969.
  • Birth of a First Son (poetry). Goleta, California: Christopher’s Books, 1970.

Translations

  • Three Poems from the German. Gambier, Ohio: Pothanger Press, 1974.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “Twenty-eight Years” by Miklos Radnoti. The New Hungarian Quarterly 29.112 (1988). 113.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “The Second Eclogue” by Miklos Radnoti. The New Hungarian Quarterly 29.112 (1988). 114-115.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “Skin and Bone and Pain” by Miklos Radnoti. The New Hungarian Quarterly 29.112 (1988). 116.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “Neither Memory Nor Magic” by Miklos Radnoti. The New Hungarian Quarterly 29.112 (1988). 117.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “The Seventh Eclogue” by Miklos Radnoti. The New Hungarian Quarterly 29.112 (1988). 118-119.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “Forced March” by Miklos Radnoti. Partisan Review/2 Spring 1990. 269.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “Letter to My Wife” by Miklos Radnoti. Poetry 131.6 (1988). 490-491.
  • Translation (with Zsuzsanna Ozsvath) of “Foamy Sky.” by Miklos Radnoti. Poetry 131.6 (1988). 491-492.
  • Ten poems from Foamy Sky collection of poems by Miklos Radnoti translated by Frederick Turner and Zsuzsanna Ozsvath anthologized in: Art from the Ashes, New York: Oxford University Press, 1995
  • Nine poems from The Iron-Blue Vault collection of poems by Attila József translated by Frederick Turner and Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, in The Hungarian Quarterly, Vol XXXVIII, no. 148, Winter 1997, pp. 36-46
  • Seven poems from Foamy Sky collection of poems by Miklos Radnoti translated by Frederick Turner and Zsuzsanna Ozsvath anthologized in: The Lost Rider: a Bilingual Anthology. The Corvina Book of HungarianVerse, Corvina Books, Budapest, 1997, pp. 328-351
  • Eight poems from The Iron-Blue Vault collection of poems by Attila József translated by Frederick Turner and Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, in The Hungarian Quarterly, Vol XXXIX, no. 149, Spring 1998, pp. 38-48
  • “Everything for Nothing” (poem by Lörinc Szabó in translation, with Zsuzsanna Ozsváth). Hungarian Quarterly, Vol. 41, Autumn 2000, pp. 33-34
  • “Dream of the One” (poem by Lörinc Szabó in translation, with Zsuzsanna Ozsváth). Hungarian Quarterly, Vol. 41, Autumn 2000, pp. 34-36
  • “Peace, Dread” (translation, with Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, of a poem by Miklós Radnóti, from the Hungarian). Anna Szabó T., Mónika Masterházi, Modern Classics from Hungary, Hungarian Book Foundation, 2000 (did not appear until 2001), p. 33
  • “Razglednicas II and IV” (translation, with Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, of a poem by Miklós Radnóti, from the Hungarian). Anna Szabó T., Mónika Masterházi, Modern Classics from Hungary, Hungarian Book Foundation, 2000 (did not appear until 2001), p. 33
  • “End of September” (Translation, with Zsuzsanna Ozsváth, of a poem by Sandor Petöfi), published as sheet music lyrics with setting by Denes Agay, Yorktown Music Press, 2003
  • “Against the Tide” (poem by Joseph Kiss, translated by Frederick Turner and Zsuzsanna Ozsváth), Judaism, Vol 53, Nos. 1-2, Winter-Spring 2004
  • Attila József: By the Danube:  Translated by Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and Frederick Turner, Painting exhibition catalog for “Without Knocking”, an exhibit of paintings by Janet Brooks Gerloff based on the poems of Attila József, pp. 5-6, Hungarian Embassy, Berlin, Feb 25-March 18. 2005, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, April 12-June 12, 2005, Museum Zinkhütter Hof, Aachen, Sep 26-Nov 25, 2005
  • Attila József: Consciousness:  Translated by Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and Frederick Turner, Painting exhibition catalog for “Without Knocking”, an exhibit of paintings by Janet Brooks Gerloff based on the poems of Attila József, pp. 8-10, Hungarian Embassy, Berlin, Feb 25-March 18. 2005, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, April 12-June 12, 2005, Museum Zinkhütter Hof, Aachen, Sep 26-Nov 25, 2005
  • Attila József: Flóra:  Translated by Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and Frederick Turner, Painting exhibition catalog for “Without Knocking”, an exhibit of paintings by Janet Brooks Gerloff based on the poems of Attila József, pp. 12-14, Hungarian Embassy, Berlin, Feb 25-March 18. 2005, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, April 12-June 12, 2005, Museum Zinkhütter Hof, Aachen, Sep 26-Nov 25, 2005
  • Attila József: You Gave Me Childhood:  Translated by Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and Frederick Turner, Painting exhibition catalog for “Without Knocking”, an exhibit of paintings by Janet Brooks Gerloff based on the poems of Attila József, p. 16, Hungarian Embassy, Berlin, Feb 25-March 18. 2005, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, April 12-June 12, 2005, Museum Zinkhütter Hof, Aachen, Sep 26-Nov 25, 2005
  • Attila József: Attila József:  Translated by Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and Frederick Turner, Painting exhibition catalog for “Without Knocking”, an exhibit of paintings by Janet Brooks Gerloff based on the poems of Attila József, p. 20, Hungarian Embassy, Berlin, Feb 25-March 18. 2005, Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, April 12-June 12, 2005, Museum Zinkhütter Hof, Aachen, Sep 26-Nov 25, 2005
  • Attila József: (No Flowers, but a Spike…)
    Translated by Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and Frederick Turner
    Painting exhibition catalog for “Without Knocking”, an exhibit of paintings by Janet Brooks Gerloff based on the poems of Attila József, p. 22
    Hungarian Embassy, Berlin, Feb 25-March 18. 2005
    Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, April 12-June 12, 2005
    Museum Zinkhütter Hof, Aachen, Sep 26-Nov 25, 2005
  • Attila József: Lay Your Hand
    Translated by Zsuzsanna Ozsváth and Frederick Turner
    Painting exhibition catalog for “Without Knocking”, an exhibit of paintings by Janet Brooks Gerloff based on the poems of Attila József, p. 42
    Hungarian Embassy, Berlin, Feb 25-March 18. 2005
    Museum of Fine Arts, Budapest, April 12-June 12, 2005
    Museum Zinkhütter Hof, Aachen, Sep 26-Nov 25, 2005