Ashbery, John, Joshua Clover, and Henri Cole. Oko Wie Lepiej. Ashbery, Clover, Cole [The Eye Knows Better. Ashbery, Clover, Cole: Poems in Translation], translated by Jacek Gutorow. J. Wrocław, 2018.
Abstract: Polish translation of a selection of Professor Cole’s work by Jacek Gutorow.
Cole, Henri. “Arte Povera.” Poem. Poems of Rome, edited by Karl Kirchwey. Everyman’s Library, 2018, pp. 131.
Cole, Henri. “Ask a Poet: Henri Cole.” Interview by the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation. The Dodge Blog, July 27, 2018.
Cole, Henri. “Black Mushrooms.” Poem. The New York Review of Books, vol. 65, no. 5, 2018.
Cole, Henri. “Corpse Pose.” Poem. The Paris Review, issue 226, fall, 2018, pp. 119.
Cole, Henri. "Donald Hall, Who Gave His Life to Work and Eros." The Paris Review, June 26, 2018.
Cole, Henri. “Doves.” Poem. The New Yorker, June 4 & 11, 2018 Issue.
Cole, Henri. “Epigraphs.” Jubilat, issue 33, 2018, pp. 34-37.
Cole, Henri. “J.D. McClatchy, Darlingissimo.” The Paris Review, April 16, 2018,
Cole, Henri. “Jelly.” Poem. The Los Angeles Review of Books Quarterly Journal, no. 20, Childhood Issue, 2018, pp. 38-39.
Cole, Henri. Orphic Paris. New York Review of Books, 2018.
Abstract: Henri Cole’s Orphic Paris combines autobiography, diary, essay, and poetry with photographs to create a new form of elegiac memoir. With Paris as a backdrop, Cole, an award-winning American poet, explores with fresh and penetrating insight the nature of friendship and family, poetry and solitude, the self and freedom. Cole writes of Paris, “For a time, I lived here, where the call of life is so strong. My soul was colored by it. Instead of worshiping a creator or man, I cared fully for myself, and felt no guilt and confessed nothing, and in this place I wrote, I was nourished, and I grew.” Written under the tutelary spirit of Orpheus—mystic, oracular, entrancing—Orphic Paris is an intimate Paris journal and a literary commonplace book that is a touching, original, brilliant account of the city and of the artists, writers, and luminaries, including Cole himself, who have been moved by it to create.
Cole, Henri. Paris-Orphée [Orphic Paris, French edition], translated by Claire Malroux. Le Bruit du Temps, 2018.
Cole, Henri. “Queeries: Kirkus Review Talks with Henri Cole.” Interview with Karen Schechner. Kirkus Review, May 30, 2018.
Cole, Henri. “World AIDS Day.” Poems. Public art installation by Jenny Holzer. New York City, December 1, 2018.
Abstract: Poems used in #LightTheFight, the public art installation of artist Jenny Holzer in New York City (including five LED trucks).
Cole, Henri, Shane McCrae, Monica Youn, and Vijay Seshadri. “Where is Poetry Now?” The Paris Review, August 15, 2018.
Cole, Henri, Diane Williams, Nell Freudenberger, Carl Phillips, Marilyn Chin, Venita Blackburn, and Sharon Olds. “What Our Contributors are Reading This Fall.” The Paris Review, October 19, 2018.