C.4 Michael Oliver (ed.). Social Purpose for Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961. Contains “Canadian Education: A Utopian Approach.” Under pseudonym “Adam Greene.”
C.5 Czeslaw Milosz (ed.). Postwar Polish Poetry. New York: Doubleday, 1965. Contains translations of “Hamletism,” by A. Slonimski, and (translated together with Czeslaw Milosz) “Throughout Our Lands,” by Czeslaw Milosz.
C.6 A.J.M. Smith (ed.). Modern Canadian Verse. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1967. Contains “Argenteuil County” (pp. 314-17); “The Loon’s Egg” (pp. 317-18). “The Loon’s Egg” was later translated into Croatian as “Jaje Sjevernog Gnjurca” by Luko Paljetek, Mogucnosti (Split), XIX, 7 (July 1972), 737-38 (D.63a, cf. D.201). Translated into French as “L’oeuf de plongeon” by Jean Migrenne, Siecle 21, 9, Automne-Hiver 2006, 80-81 (D.329).
C.7 Alan Bold (ed.). The Penguin Book of Socialist Verse. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin Books, 1970. Contains “Two Drops” (p. 421) and “Episode in a Library” (p. 424) by Zbigniew Herbert; translated from the Polish by Peter Dale Scott. Cf. B.3, D.29.
C.8 Nina S. Adams and Alfred W. McCoy (eds.). Laos: War and Revolution. New York: Harper and Row, 1970. Contains “Air America: Flying the U.S. into Laos” (pp. 301-21). Cf. D.57.
C.9 Marvin and Susan Gettleman, Lawrence and Carol Kaplan (eds.). Conflict in Indochina: A Reader on the Widening War in Laos and Cambodia. New York: Random House and Vintage Books, 1970. Contains “Laos: The Story Nixon Won’t Tell” (pp. 269-92) and “Cambodia: Why the Generals Won” (pp. 394-415). Cf. D.59, D.60.
C.10 Jonathan Grant and L. Moss (eds.). Cambodia: The Expanding War in Indochina. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970. Contains “Cambodia: Why We Can’t Stop.” Cf. D.60.
C.11 Barry Weisberg (ed.). Ecocide in Indochina. San Francisco: Canfield Press, 1970. Contains part of “Cambodia: Why We Can’t Stop.” Cf. D.60.
C.12 Daniel Harrington (ed.), Handbook on Indochina. Berkeley: Peace Brigade, 1970; newsprint reproduction by American Friends Service Committee, National Peace Literature Service. Contains “Cambodia, Vietnamization, and the Trend Towards World War III.”
C.13 C. David Sheps (ed.), Mordecai Richler. Critical View on Canadian Writers, VI. Toronto and New York, 1971. Contains “A Choice of Certainties.” Cf. D.13
C.14 The Pentagon Papers, Senator Gravel Edition. Volume Five: Critical Essays, ed. Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn. Boston: Beacon Press, 1972. Contains “Vietnamization and the Drama of the Pentagon Papers” (pp. 211-47). Abridged and annoted in B.5.
C.15 Czeslaw Milosz, Selected Poems (Introduction by Kenneth Rexroth), translated by several hands. New York: Seabury Press, 1973. Contains translations at pp. 20, 68, and 74; also translations in collaboration with Czeslaw Milosz at pp. 32, 81-88, 91, 114.
C.16 Mark Selden (ed.), Remaking Asia: Essays on the American Uses of Power. New York: Pantheon, 1974. Contains “The Vietnam War and the CIA-Financial Establishment” (pp. 107-26).
C.17 Steve Weissman (ed.), Big Brother and the Holding Company. Palo Alto, CA: Ramparts Press, 1974. Contains “From Dallas to Watergate: The Longest Cover-Up” (pp. 107-26). Cf. B.4, B.5, C.20, D.65.
C.18 Malcolm Caldwell (ed.), Ten Years’ Military Terror in Indonesia. Nottingham: Spokesman Books, 1975. Contains “Exporting Military Economic Development: America and the Overthrow of Sukarno, 1965-67” (pp. 209-61).
C.19 Sylvia Meagher, Accessories After the Fact: The Warren Commission, the Authorities and the Report. New York: Vintage, 1976. Preface by Senator Richard S. Schweiker (pp. xi-xii). Introduction by Peter Dale Scott (pp. xiii-xvii).
C.20 Sid Blumenthal and Harvey Yazijian (eds.), Government by Gunplay: Assassination Conspiracy Theories from Dallas to Today. Contains “From Dallas to Watergate: The Longest Cover-Up” (pp. 113-29), and “The Death of Kennedy and the Vietnam War” (i.e. “The Death of Kennedy, Vietnam, and Cuba”), (pp. 152-87).
C.21 Carolyn Riley and Phyllis Carmel Mendelsohn (eds.), Contemporary Literary Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of Today’s Novelists, Poets, Playwrights, and Other Creative Writers, Volume Five. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1976. Contains excerpts from “A Choice of Certainties” (pp. 372-73), reviewing Mordecai Richler, A Choice of Enemies. Cf. C.13, D.13.
C.22. George Levine and U.C. Knoepflmacher (eds.) The Endurance of Frankenstein: Essays on Mary Shelley’s Novel (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1979), pp. xx, 341. Contains “Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin Shelley and Frankenstein: a Chronology” (pp. xvii-xx), and “Vital Artifice: Mary, Percy, and the Psychopolitical Integrity of Frankenstein,” in George Levine and U.C. Knoepflmacher (eds.), The Endurance of Frankenstein: Essays on Mary Shelley’s Novel. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1979. 172-202.
C.23. Margot H. King and Wesley M. Stevens (eds.) Saints, Scholars, and Heroes: Studies in Medieval Culture in Honor of Charles W. Jones, Two volumes, pp. 309, 417 (Collegeville, Minn.: Saint John’s Abbey and University Press, 1979). Contains “Rhetorical and Symbolic Ambiguity: Symphosius and Aldhelm” (I, 117-44).
C.24. Dedria Bryfonski and Laurie Lanzen Harris (eds.), Contemporary Literary Criticism: Excerpts from Criticism of the Works of Today’s Novelists, Poets, Playwrights, and Other Creative Writers, Volume Fourteen (Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1980), pp. 682. Contains excerpts from D.56, “A Canadian Chronicle,” on the poetry of John Newlove, p. 377.
C.25. Charles Entrekin (ed.), Tunnel Road 2: A Poetry Anthology (Orinda, CA: John F. Kennedy University Press, 1980), pp. 86. Contains “Across from Bolinas.”
C.26. Henrik Krueger, The Great Heroin Coup: Drugs, Intelligence and International Fascism(Boston: South End Press, 1980), pp. 240. Contains “Foreword,” pp. 1-26.
C.27. Ted Hughes and Seamus Heaney (eds.), The Rattle Bag (London: Faber and Faber, 1982), pp. 498. Contains “Two Drops” by Zbigniew Herbert, translated by Peter Dale Scott, p. 441. (Translation erroneously attributed in first edition to Czeslaw Milosz.)
C.28 CIV/n: A Literary Magazine of the 50s, ed. Aileen Collins (Montreal: 1983). Contains D.3, “Walton Street Interlude,” and D.7, “To M., Who Knew Too Much,” under the pseudonym, “John Sproston.”
C.30 Indonesie: De Waarheid Omtrent 1965 (Amsterdam: Indonesia Media, 1985). Contains “De Verenigde Staten & Indonesie 1965,” pp. 170-235, a translation of D.147, an earlier and longer version of D.99, “The United States and the Overthrow of Sukarno, 1965-1967.”
C.31 University of California: In Memoriam, 1985. Berkeley: Academic Senate, University of California, 1985. Contains a memoir of Josephine Miles, pp. 294-96.
C.32 Richard Ardinger (ed.), ‘What Thou Lovest Well Remains:’ 100 Years of Ezra Pound (Boise, Idaho: Limberlost Press, 1986). Contains “from Coming to Jakarta” [II.v], pp. 96-98.
C.33 Implementing Peace Education: The Proceedings of a conference held at the University of Alberta July 7-13, 1985, ed. Wytze Brouwer and Terrance Carson (Edmonton: International Institute for Peace Education, University of Alberta, n.d.). Contains “Peace Education as Human Action, pp. 43-82.
C.34 Terry Carson and Hendrick Gideonese (eds.), The Task of Peace Education (Cincinnati: World Council of Curriculum Instruction, 1986). Contains “Towards a Transpolitics: the Role of the Peace Educator.”
C.35 Henry (Hank) Nuwer and Robert G. Waite. Rendezvous at the Ezra Pound Centennial Conference. Pocatello, ID: Idaho State University Press, 1987. Contains “Man of Anger, Man of Peace: The Poetic Politics of Ezra Pound,” pp. 34-57. Identical with D.120.
C.36 Czeslaw Milosz. The Collected Poems, 1931-1987. New York: The Ecco Press, 1988. Contains “Birth” (p. 93), “Ocean” (p. 97), translated by Peter Dale Scott); nd “And the City Stood in Its Brightness” (p. 171), “Dithyramb” (p. 179), “Greek Portrait” (p. 131), “Magpiety” (p. 120), and “Throughout Our Lands” (pp. 148-55), translated by Czeslaw Milosz and Peter Dale Scott.
C.36a Czeslaw Milosz. New and Collected Poems, 1931-2001. New York: Ecco/ HarperCollins, 2003. [Same translations].
C.37 Hugh Hazelton and Gary Geddes (eds.). Companeros: An Anthology of Writings About Latin America. Dunvegan, Ont.: Cormorant Books, 1991. Contains Section IV.xv (“But when you control…”) from Coming to Jakarta (pp. 254-56).
C.38 James Ridgeway (ed.). The March to War. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows, 1991. Contains “U.S. Hungry for Kuwaiti Petrodollars — Not Just Oil” (pp. 161-63). (D.153)
C.39 Oliver Stone and Zachary Sklar, JFK: The Book of the Film. New York: Applause Books, 1992. Contains Letter to the Editor of the Nation, March 9, 1992 (pp. 473-76). (D.166).
C.40 Alfred W. McCoy and Alan A. Block. War on Drugs: Studies in the Failure of U.S. Narcotics Programs. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1992. Contains “How the U.S. Government Has Augmented America’s Drug Crisis” (pp. 125-77). An expansion of D.158.
C.41 Michael Harris (ed.) The Signal Anthology: Contemporary Canadian Poetry. Montreal: Vehicule Press, 1993. Contains (pp. 290-303): “I Hate Modern Poetry” (290), “Dying In” (291), “Space Sonnets” (292), “Reflections on a Fifty-Eighth Birthday” (287), “Waiting in Line” (298), “Dream” (300), “Untitled” (301), “Bay to Breakers” (303).
C.42a Oswald in Mexico. Book Three: The Lopez Report. With commentary by Edwin Lopez and Peter Dale Scott. Evanston, IL: Rogra Research, 1993. Contains “The Lopez Report and the CIA’s Oswald Counterintelligence Secrets.” Cf. A.15.
C.42b Oswald in Mexico: A Research Document Compendium. Book Three: The Lopez Report. With commentary by Edwin Lopez and Peter Dale Scott. Evanston, IL: Rogra Research, 1993. Contains revised version of “The Lopez Report and the CIA’s Oswald Counterintelligence Secrets.” Pp. 4-24B. Indexed. Cf. A.15.
C.43 A. David Moody (ed.). The Cambridge Companion to T.S. Eliot. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1994. Contains “The Social Critic and His Discontents.” Pp. 60-76.
C.44 CIA Assassination Plots: A Report from the Inspector General on Plots to Assassinate Fidel Castro. Santa Barbara: Prevailing Winds, 1994. Introduction by Peter Dale Scott. Pp. 1-11.
C.45 Proceedings of the Research Conference of The Fourth Decade at State University College, Fredonia, New York, July 19-21, 1996. Contains “Oswald, Marine Corps Intelligence, and the Assault on the State Department,” 52-73; “Bringing It All Together: The New Releases and How They Help Us Converge on the Heart of the Case,” 234-36 (two pages only; center page missing). A shorter version (even before truncation) than that in D.211.
C.46 Czeslaw Milosz. Selected Poems. Translated by David Brooks, Peter Dale Scott, Jan Darowski, Renata Gorczynski, Robert Hass…etc. Krakow: Wydawnictwo Literackie, 1996. Cf. pp. 129, 145, 151, 167, 175-77.
C.47 Czeslaw Milosz (ed.). A Book of Luminous Things. New York: Harcourt Brace, 1996. Contains “Elegy of Fortinbras,” by Zbigniew Herbert, translated by Czeslaw Milosz and Peter Dale Scott. Pp. 301-02. [My contribution to this translation was minimal.]
C.49 Compass Points: Navigating the 20th Century, edited by Robert Chodos. Toronto: Between the Lines, 1999. Contains “Power, Confusion and Corporate Interests: McCarthy and Hoover.” Pp. 220-224. Cf. D.184
C.50 Paul Almond and Michael Ballantyne. High Hopes: Coming of Age at the Mid-Century. Toronto: ECW Press, 1999. Contains “Garden,” p. 214. Cf. C.2, D.16.
C.51 Langenberg, Michael van. Gestapu, matinya para jenderal dan peran CIA. Yogyakarta: Cermin, 1999. Unseen. Contains work by “Peter Dale-Scott.” Cf. A.7a, A.7b, D.147.
C.52 Zbigniew Herbert. Poezje wybrane / Selected Poems, trans. John and Bogdana Carpenter, Czeslaw Milosz, Peter Dale Scott; selected by Tomasz Kunz. Krakow: Wydawnictwo Literackie, 2000. See pp. 7, 19-21.
C.53 The War on Drugs: Addicted to Failure. Recommendations of the Citizens’ Commission on U.S. Drug Policy, edited by Robert Benson, Martha Honey, and Sanho Tree. Contains testimony by Peter Dale Scott, “Government Corruption & Complicity in the War on Drugs: What Do Internal CIA and Justice Department Reports Reveal?”. Washington: Institute of Policy Studies, n.d., pp. 46-51. [ Summary ]
C.54 Kurt Heiner, ed. “It’s The Economy, Stupid!: The Illicit Drug Trade and Its Impact on the American Political Process.” Contains “The CIA, the Drug Traffic, and Oswald in Mexico.” This is the introduction of a new book, Deep Politics III, which is now posted on the Web at History Matters (see D.179).
C.55. Joesoef Isak (editor) 100 Tahun Bung Karno (100 Years of Sukarno). Jakarta: Hasta Mitra, 2001. Contains “Soekarno dan Pancasila masih tetap memimpin Indonesia masakini,” 21-28.
C.56. Joesoef Isak (editor) 100 Tahun Bung Karno (100 Years of Sukarno). Jakarta: Hasta Mitra, 2001. Contains “Peran Amerika Serikat dalam Penggulingan Soekarno, 1965-1967,” 278-316. Enlarged version of D.147, an earlier and longer version of D.99, “The United States and the Overthrow of Sukarno, 1965-1967.” (Cf. A.7a, A.7b, C.30).
C.57. Adam Jones, ed. Genocide, War Crimes and the West: Ending the Culture of Impunity.London: Zed Press, 2004. Contains “Atrocity and its Discontents: U.S. Double-Mindedness About Massacre.”
C.57a Volkermord, Kriegsverbrechen und der Westen, tr. Alexis Rada, Ulrike Seith, Petra Weber. Berlin: Parthas Verlag, 2005.
C.58. “US Wars in the Light of the International Drug Trade.” In Confronting 9-11, Ideologies of Race, and Eminent Economists, P. Zarembka (ed.), Research in Political Economy, Volume 20. Oxford: JAI/Elsevier Science, 2002, pp. 63-81.
C.59. “Earthway” [Minding the Darkness I.i]. AGNI 56: Thirtieth Anniversary Poetry Anthology. Boston: Agni, 2002, 347-50.
C.60. Mark Selden and Alvin Y. So (eds.), War and State Terrorism: The United States, Japan, and the Asia-Pacific in the Long Twentieth Century. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. Contains “Drugs and Oil: The Deep Politics of US Asian Wars.”
C.61. Literary Responses to Mass Violence (Waltham, MA: Brandeis University, 2004). Contains “The Sleep of Reason: Denial, Memory-Work, and the Reconstruction of Social Order” (35-43), and “Dying In” (45).
C.62. Preston T. Peet, Under the Influence: The Disinformation Guide to Drugs. Disinformation Books, 2004. Contains “Preface” from Drugs, Oil, and War” (A.19).
C.63. Ronald Thoden (ed.) Terror und Staat: Der 11. September – Hintergruende und FolgenBerlin: Kai-Homilius, 2004.
C.64. Robert Hass and Jessica Fisher (eds.) The Addison Street Anthology: Berkeley’s Poetry Walk. Berkeley: Heyday Books, 2004. Contains “Dying In.” (D.88)
C.65. Zbigniew Herbert. Siodmy Aniol; Karl Dedecius, Der Siebte Engel; Peter Dale Scott, The Seventh Angel. Obergrafendorf, Austria: Diotimapresse, 2004. (B.3)
C.66. Only the Sea Keeps: Poetry of the Tsunami, ed. Judith R. Robinson, Joan E. Bauer & Sankar Roy. New Delhi: Rupa & Co., 2005. Contains “The Riddle,” 130-31.
C.67. Censored 2007: The Top 25 Censored Stories (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2006). Contains a summary of D.315,, “Homeland Security Contracts for Vast New Detention Camps”(2/08/06), together with a brief Update.
C.68. James H. Fetzer (ed.) The 9/11 Conspiracy: The Scamming of America (Peru, IL: Catfeet Press/ Carus, 2007). Contains “JFK and 9/11: Insights Gained from Studying Both” (195-220).
C.69. Zbigniew Herbert. The Collected Poems: 1956-1998, translated by Alissa Valles, with additional translations by Czeslaw Milosz and Peter Dale Scott. Introduction by Adam Zagajewski. New York: Ecco/HarperCollins, 2007. Reprints translations from B.3.
C.70 Zbigniew Herbert 1924-1998. Warszawa: Department of Promotion, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland, 2008. Contains “To Marcus Aurelius,” translated by Peter Dale Scott.
C.71 Government of the Shadows: Parapolitics and Criminal Sovereignty, ed. Eric Wilson and Tim Lindsey. London: Pluto, 2009. Contains “Drugs, Parapolitics, and Mexico: The DFS, the Drug Traffic, and the United States.”
C.72 “Breathing Exercise: A How-To Poem”, The Best Canadian Poetry in English, 2009, ed. A.F. Moritz, (Toronto: Tightrope Books, 2009), 77-79.
C.73 Michel Chossudovsky and Andrew Gavin Marshall (Editors), The Global Economic Crisis: The Great Depression of the XXI Century. Montreal, Global Research Publishers. Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG), 2010. Contains “Martial Law, the Financial Bailout, and War” (219-40). (cf. D.379).
C.74 Cynthia L. Haven (editor), An Invisible Rope: Portraits of Czeslaw Milosz. Athens, OH: Ohio UP, 2011. Contains “A Difficult, Inspirational Giant” (65-73).
C.75. “Preface,” in Oliver Villar and Drew Cottle, Cocaine, Death Squads, and the War on Terror:U.S. Imperialism and Class Struggle in Colombia. New York: Monthly Review Press, 2012.
C.76 Amelia Stein, The American Spring: What we talk about when we talk revolution.Conversations with artists, activists, and thinkers. New York: Skyhorse, 2012. Contains “Peter Dale Scott,” 100-07.
C.77 James R Gourley, ed., The 9/11 Toronto Report: International Hearings on the Events of September 11, 2001. Toronto: International Center for 9/11 Studies, 2012. Contains “9/11 As a Deep Event: How CIA Personnel Helped Allow It To Happen,” 109-27.
C.78 Zachariah Wells, Jailbreaks: 99 Canadian Sonnets. Emeryville, Ont: Biblioasis, 2008. Contains “Planh.”
C.79 John B. Cobb, Jr., RichardFalk, Catherine Keller, eds., Reason & Reenchantment: The Philosophical, Religious, and Political Thought of David Ray Griffin. Claremont, CA: Process Century Press, 2013. Contains “9/11, Deep Politics, and Spirituality,” 221-33.
C.80 Poets Translate Poets: A Hudson Review Anthology, edited by Paula Deitz. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2013. Contains (pp. 263-66) translations of poems by Zbigniew Herbert: “Arion” (Arijon), “To Marcus Aurelius” (Do Marka Aurelego), “Maturity” (Dojrzalosc), “The Wringer” (Magiel), “Episode in a Library” (Epizod w bibliotece). Cf. D.29.
C.81 “Donna Brookman: Artist of Evolutions, ” in Donna Brookman, Palace of Memory (Berkeley: Gray Heron Press, 2017), 7-11.
C.82 Leonard Cohen. The Flame. New York: Farrar, Starus, Giroux, 2018. Contains exchange of brief poems between Leonard Cohen and Peter Dale Scott, pp.157-61.