The Dragon's Howl, from Thomas Cleary's Rational Zen, the Mind of Dogen Zenji. (I've interspersed Cleary's comments throughout this essay.)
Gakudo yojin-shu: Guidelines for Studying the Way: gives the first 5 (of 10) parts to this essay. Taken from Moon in a Dewdrop.
Tenzo Kyokun: Instructions for the Tenzo; translated by Yasuda Joshu Dainen and Anzan Hoshin.
Translated by T. Griffith Foulk
Commentary on this text by Mel Weitsman
Kuge: Flowers of Space translated by Yasuda Joshu and Anzan Hoshin
Uji: Dogen's essay on time translated by Reiho Masunaga.
Another translation by Dan Welch and Kazuaki Tanahashi from Moon in a Dewdrop
Commentary on Uji by Dharmavidya David Brazier
Zenki: Translation by Thomas Cleary
Gabyo: Painted Rice Cakes translated by Yasuda Joshu and Anzan Hoshin
translations of this seminal text by
Robert Aitken & Kazuaki Tanahashi
Yasuda Joshu roshi and Anzan Hoshin roshi
Nishiyama & Stevens
Shohaku Okumura: 3 lectures on different parts of this text
Gary Fuhrman has linked 8 different translations together so comparisons can easily be made between each section of the writing. Recommended.
Understanding the Shobogenzo : quite a long essay by Gudo Nishijima. Includes his explanation of his SOAR structure (subjective, objective, action and real). Also includes his translation of the Genjo Koan essay.