Darkness: Early poems of Théophile Gautier, translated by Peter Manson. 32pp A5 stapled. Self-published on lulu.com, November 2018.
WINDSUCKERS & ONSETTERS: SONNOTS for Griffiths. A collaborative booklet by Peter Manson and Mendoza, published by Materials, August 2018.
Factitious airs. A booklet of poems published by Zarf editions, November 2016.
The Marrying of Hérodiade, a booklet of scenes and fragments from the unfinished mystery play “Les noces d’Hérodiade” by Stéphane Mallarmé, translated by Peter Manson. Boise, Idaho: Free Poetry, February 2016. 31pp A5. [Out of print].
English in Mallarmé. A new print edition of the book first published as a .pdf on /ubu editions. Available from Blart Books, November 2014. 84pp. ISBN 978-1-326-06629-1.
Poems of Frank Rupture. Available from Sancho Panza Press, October 2014. 116pp. ISBN 978-1-910501-01-6.
Stéphane Mallarmé: The Poems in Verse, translated by Peter Manson. Miami University Press, February 2012. 288pp. ISBN 978-1-881163-50-3.
Adjunct: an Undigest, second edition available from Barque Press, July 2009. 120pp A5. ISBN 1-903488-66-4. A CD recording of extracts from Adjunct, read by Peter Manson, is also available from Stem Recordings.
Between Cup and Lip, Miami University Press, May 2008. 81pp. ISBN 978-1-4243-3110-9.
CQ Holyland. A free pdf ebook from 2007.
For the Good of Liars, Barque Press, May 2006. 66pp. ISBN 1-903488-44-3.
Before and After Mallarmé, Survivors’ Press, Glasgow 2005. 20pp booklet of translations [Out of print].
Renga +, Reality Street, 2002. (includes “Two Renga”, collaborations between Peter Manson and Elizabeth James, as well as work by Christine Kennedy and Guy Barker). 58pp [Out of print, though a few copies may still be available from Small Press Distribution].
Birth Windows, Barque Press 1999. 24pp booklet of poems [Out of print].
me generation, Writers Forum 1997. 20pp booklet of unclassified verbal and visual work [Out of print, but page scans available here].
iter atur e, Writers Forum 1995. 32pp booklet of computer-generated black and white visuals [Out of print].