2015 KY Writers Hall of Fame Inductee Biblio Major Works

Bibliography of Wendell Berry’s Major Works

Books

Fiction:

Nathan Coulter. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1960. Print.

A Place on Earth. Boston: Harcourt, Brace, 1967. Print.

The Memory of Old Jack. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich 1974. Print.

A Place on Earth. San Francisco: North Point, 1983. Print.

Nathan Coulter. San Francisco: North Point, 1985. Print.

The Wild Birds: Six Stories of the Port William Membership. San Francisco: North Point, 1986. Print.

Remembering. San Francisco: North Point, 1988. Print.

Fidelity: Five Stories. New York: Pantheon, 1992. Print.

Watch with Me and Six Other Stories of the Yet-Remembered 

Ptolemy Proudfoot and His Wife, Miss Minnie, Née 

Quinch. New York: Pantheon, 1994. Print.

A World Lost. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1996. Print.

Jayber Crow. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 2000. Print.

A Place on Earth. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 2001. Print.

The Memory of Old Jack. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint 2001. Print.

Three Short Novels (Nathan Coulter, Remembering, A World Lost). Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 2002. Print.

Hannah Coulter. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard. 2004.

That Distant Land: The Collected Stories. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2004. Print.

Andy Catlett: Early Travels. Washington, D. C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2006. Print.

Whitefoot: A Story from the Center of the World. Berkeley: Counterpoint. 2009. Available online as “Whitefoot”, Orion Magazine. January/February 2007. Print.

A Place in Time: Twenty Stories of the Port William Membership. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2012. Print.

Non-Fiction:

The Long-Legged House. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1969. Print.

The Hidden Wound. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1970. Print.

The Unforeseen Wilderness: Kentucky’s Red River Gorge. Photographs by Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Lexington, Kentucky: U P Kentucky, 1971. Print.

A Continuous Harmony: Essays Cultural & Agricultural. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1972. Print.

The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1977. Print.

The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture. New York: Avon Books, 1978. Print.

The Gift of Good Land: Further Essays Cultural and Agricultural. San Francisco: North Point, 1981. Print.

Recollected Essays: 1965–1980. San Francisco: North Point, 1981. Print.

Standing by Words. San Francisco: North Point, 1983. Print.

Meeting the Expectations of the Land: Essays in Sustainable Agriculture and Stewardship. Eds. Wes Jackson and Bruce Colman. San Francisco: North Point, 1984. Print.

The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1986. Print.

Home Economics: Fourteen Essays. San Francisco: North Point, 1987. Print.

Descendants and Ancestors of Captain James W. Berry, with Laura Berry. Bowling Green, KY: Hub, 1990. Print.

Harlan Hubbard: Life and Work. Lexington, Kentucky: U P of Kentucky, 1990. Print.

What Are People For? New York: North Point, 1990. Print.

Standing on Earth: (Selected Essays). United Kingdom: Golgonooza Press, 1991. Print.

The Unforeseen Wilderness: Kentucky’s Red River Gorge. Photographs by Ralph Eugene Meatyard. San Francisco: North Point, 1991. Print.

Sex, Economy, Freedom & Community. New York: Pantheon, 1992. Print.

Another Turn of the Crank. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1996. Print.

Grace: Photographs of Rural America with Gregory Spaid and Gene Logsdon. New London, New Hampshire: Safe Harbor Books, 2000. Print.

Life Is a Miracle. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 2000. Print.

In the Presence of Fear: Three Essays for a Changed World. Great Barrington, MA: Orion, 2001. Print.

The Art of the Commonplace: The Agrarian Essays of Wendell Berry. Ed. Norman Wirzba. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 2002. Print.

Citizens Dissent: Security, Morality, and Leadership in an Age of Terror.(With David James Duncan. Foreword by Laurie Lane-Zucker) Great Barrington, MA: Orion, 2003. Print.

Citizenship Papers. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2003.

Tobacco Harvest: An Elegy. Photographs by James Baker Hall. Lexington, Kentucky: U P of Kentucky, 2004. Print.

The Long-Legged House. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2004.

A Continuous Harmony: Essays Cultural & Agricultural. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2004. Print.

Blessed Are the Peacemakers: Christ’s Teachings about Love, Compassion & Forgiveness. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2005. Print.

The Way of Ignorance and Other Essays. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2005. Print.

Standing by Words. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2005. Print.

The Unforeseen Wilderness: Kentucky’s Red River Gorge. Photographs by Ralph Eugene Meatyard. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2006. Print.

Bringing It to the Table: On Farming and Food. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2009. Print.

The Gift of Good Land: Further Essays Cultural and Agricultural. San Francisco: Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 2009. Print.

Home Economics: Fourteen Essays. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2009. Print.

Imagination in Place. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2010. Print.

What Matters? Economics for a Renewed Commonwealth. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2010. Print.

The Poetry of William Carlos Williams of Rutherford. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2011. Print.

It All Turns on Affection: The Jefferson Lecture and Other Essays. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2012. Print.

Distant Neighbors: The Selected Letters of Wendell Berry and Gary Snyder. Ed. Chad Wriglesworth. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2014. Print.

Poetry:

The Broken Ground. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1964. Print.

November twenty six nineteen hundred sixty three. New York: Braziller, 1964. Print.

Openings. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1968. Print.

Farming: A Hand Book. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1970. Print.

The Country of Marriage. New York: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1973. Print.

An Eastward Look. Berkeley, California: Sand Dollar, 1974. Print.

Sayings and Doings. Frankfort, Kentucky: Gnomon, 1975. Print.

Clearing. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1977. Print.

A Part. San Francisco: North Point, 1980. Print.

The Wheel. San Francisco, North Point, 1982. Print.

The Collected Poems, 1957-1982. San Francisco: North Point, 1985. Print.

Sabbaths: Poems. San Francisco: North Point, 1987. Print.

Traveling at Home. Press Alley, 1988. Print.

Traveling at Home. San Francisco:  North Point, 1989. Print.

Entries. New York: Pantheon, 1994. Print.

The Farm. Monterey, Kentucky: Larkspur, 1995. Print.

Entries. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1997. Print.

A Timbered Choir: The Sabbath Poems 1979-1997. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1998. Print.

The Selected Poems of Wendell Berry. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint, 1999. Print.

The Gift of Gravity, Selected: Poems, 1968-2000. United Kingdom: Golgonooza Press, 2002. Print.

Sabbaths 2002. Monterey, Kentucky: Larkspur, 2004. Print.

Given: New Poems. Washington D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard. 2005. Print.

Window Poems. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker & Hoard, 2007. Print.

Sabbaths 2006. Monterey, Kentucky: Larkspur, 2008. Print.

The Mad Farmer Poems. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2008. Print.

Leavings. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2010. Print.

Farming: A Hand Book. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2011. Print.

New Collected Poems. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2012. Print.

This Day: Sabbath Poems Collected and New 1979-2013. Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2013. Print.

 

 

Bibliography of Guy Davenport’s Major Works

Books

Fiction: 

Tatlin!: Six Stories (with illustrations by Davenport). New York: Charles Scribner & Sons, 1974. Print.

Da Vinci’s Bicycle: Ten Stories (with illustrations by Davenport). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1979. Print.

Eclogues: Eight Stories (illustrated by Roy Behrens). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1981. Print.

Apples and Pears and Other Stories (with illustrations by Davenport). San Francisco: North Point Press, 1984. Print.

The Jules Verne Steam Balloon: Nine Stories. Baltimore: North Point Press, 1987. Print.

The Drummer of the Eleventh North Devonshire Fusiliers. Baltimore: North Point Press, 1990. Print.

The Lark (limited ed., illustrated by Davenport). New York: Dim Gray Bar Press, 1993. Print.

A Table of Green Fields: Ten Stories. New York: New Directions, 1993. Print.

The Cardiff Team: Ten Stories. New York: New Directions, 1996. Print.

Twelve Stories. Berkley, CA.: Counterpoint, 1997. Print.

The Death of Picasso: New and Selected Writing. Washington, D.C.: Shoemaker and Hoard, 2003. Print.

Wo es war, soll ich werden: The Restored Original Text (limited ed.). Champaign, IL.: Finial Press, 2004. Print.

Poetry: 

Cydonia Florentia. Cambridge, MA:  The Lowell-Adams House Printers/Laurence Scott, 1966. Print.

Flowers and Leaves: Poema vel Sonata, Carmina Autumni Primaeque Veris Transformationem (illustrated by Davenport). New York: W.W. Norton & Co., Inc./Bamberger Books, 1991. Print.

The Resurrection in Cookham Churchyard. New York: Jordan Davies, 1982. Print.

Goldfinch Thistle Star (illustrated by Lachlan Stewart). New York: Red Ozier Press, 1983. Print.

Thasos and Ohio: Poems and Translations, 1950-1980. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1986. Print.

Commentary and Essays: 

The Intelligence of Louis Agassiz. Boston: Beacon Press, 1963. Print.

Key-Indexed Study Guide to Homer’s Iliad. Philadelphia, PA: Educational Research Associates, 1967. Print.

Key-Indexed Study Guide to Homer’s Odyssey. Philadelphia, PA: Educational Research Associates, 1967. Print.

The Geography of the Imagination: Forty Essays. San Francisco: North Point Press, 1981. Print.

Cities on Hills: A Study of I-XXX of Ezra Pound’s Cantos. Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Research Press, 1983. Print.

Charles Burchfield’s Seasons. Portland, OR.: Pomegranate Artbooks, 1994. Print.

The Drawings of Paul Cadmus. New York: Rizzoli Publishing, 1989. Print.

Every Force Evolves a Form: Twenty Essays. San Francisco:  North Point Press, 1987. Print.

A Balthus Notebook. New York: The Ecco Press, 1989. Print.

The Hunter Gracchus and Other Papers on Literature and Art. Berkley, CA.: Counterpoint, 1996. Print.

Objects on a Table: Harmonious Disarray in Art and Literature. Berkley, CA.: Counterpoint, 1998. Print.

Translations: 

Carmina Archilochi: The Fragments of Archilochos. Oakland, CA.: University of California Press, 1964. Print.

Sappho: Songs and Fragments. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1965.

Herakleitos and Diogenes. San Francisco: Grey Fox Press, 1979. Print.

The Mimes of Herondas. San Francisco: Grey Fox Press, 1981. Print.

Maxims of the Ancient Egyptians (from Boris de Rachewiltz‘s Massime degli antichi egiziani, 1954). Parkstone, Poole, Dorset, UK.: The Pace Trust, 1983. Print.

Anakreon. Tuscaloosa, Al.: The University of Alabama/Parallel Editions, 1991. Print.

Archilochos, Sappho, Alkman: Three Lyric Poets. Oakland, CA.: University of California Press, 1980.

The Logia of Yeshua: The Sayings of Jesus (with Benjamin Urrutia). Berkley, CA.: Counterpoint, 1996.

Greeks. New York: New Directions, 1995.

Paintings and Drawings: 

A Balance of Quinces: The Paintings and Drawings of Guy Davenport, with an essay by Erik Anderson Reece. New York: New Directions, 1996. Print.

50 Drawings (limited edition). New York: Dim Gray Bar Press, 1996. Print.

The Counterfeiters: An Historical Comedy (includes Davenport’s crosshatched crow quill and ink work, 10 full-page drawings). Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2005. Print.

The Stoic Comedians: Flaubert, Joyce, Beckett Comedians (includes Davenport’s crosshatched crow quill and ink work, 10 full-page drawings). Berkeley, CA.:  University of California Press, 1974. Print.

Letters: 

A Garden Carried in a Pocket: Letters 1964–1968: Selected Correspondence with Jonathan Williams, ed. Thomas Meyer. Green Shade, 2004.

Fragments from a Correspondence, Ed. Nicholas Kilmer. Arion: A Journal of Humanities and Classics at Boston University. Winter 2006. 89-129.

Selected Letters: Guy Davenport and James Laughlin, ed. W. C. Bamberger. New York: W. W. Norton & Co., 2007. Print.

 

 

Bibliography of Elizabeth Hardwick’s Major Works

Books

Novels: 

The Ghostly Lover.  New York: Harcourt, Brace, & Co., 1945. Print.

The Simple Truth. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1955. Print.

Sleepless Nights. New York: Random House, 1979. Print.

Collection of Short Fiction:

The New York Stories of Elizabeth Hardwick. New York: The New York Review of Books, Inc., 2010. Print.

Criticism: 

A View of My Own. New York: Farr, Straus and Cudahy, 1962. Print.

Seduction and Betrayal. New York: Random House, 1974. Print.

Bartleby in Manhattan New York: Random House, 1983. Print.

Sight-Readings: American Fictions. New York: Random House, 1998. Print.

Edited Collections:  

The Selected Letters of William James. Ed. Elizabeth Hardwick. New York: Doubleday, 1961. Print.

Best American Essays. Ed. Elizabeth Hardwick. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1986. Print.

Biography:

Herman Melville. New York: Penguin, 2000. Print.

Textbook:

Topics with Targets (With Barbara Moore).  Harmor Books, 1991. Print.

Short Fiction:

“Evenings At Home.” Partisan Review. (April 1948), ?. Print.

“A Florentine Conference.” Partisan Review 18:3 (May-June 1951), 304-306. Print.

Periodicals

Essay:

“Reflections on Simone Weil.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society  1:1 (Autumn 1975), 83-91. Print.

Biographical:

Als, Hilton.  “A Singular Woman.” The New Yorker. Web. 13 July 1998.<http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/1998/07/13/a-singular-woman>.

Bailey, Paul.  “Elizabeth Hardwick: Writer, co-founder of ‘The New York Review of Books’ and long-suffering wife of Robert Lowell”. The Independent (8 December 2007). Print.

Bradbury, Malcolm. “Elizabeth Hardwick in conversation.”ICA Video (Trilion); Northbrook, Ill.: Anthony Roland Collection of Film on Art, 1986. Video Recording.

Lehmann-Haupt, Chrisopher, “Elizabeth Hardwick, Writer, Dies at 91.” New York Times Obituary, 4 Dec. 2007. Print.

Levy, Lisa.  “An Original Adventure: The Life of Elizabeth Hardwick.”  The Believer. Web. May 2008. <http://www.believermag.com/issues/200805/?read=article_levy>.

Pickney, Darryl. “Elizabeth Hardwick, The Art of Fiction No. 87”. The Paris Review. (Summer 1985). Print.

 

 

Bibliography of Jim Wayne Miller’s Major Works

Books

Criticism & Translations:

The Figure of Fullfillment: Translations of the Poetry of Emil Lerperger. Owensboro, Ky.: Green River Press, 1975. Print.

Edited by Jim Wayne Miller:

I Have a Place. Pippa Passes, KY: Appalachian Center, Alice Lloyd College, 1981. Print.

Songs of a Mountain Plowman. By Jesse Stuart, with an introduction by Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation; Morehead, KY: Morehead State University’s Appalachian Development Center, 1986. Print.

The Wolfpen Poems. By James Still, with an introduction by Jim Wayne Miller. Berea, KY: Berea College Press, 1986. Print.

Kentucky is My Land. By Jesse Stuart, with an afterword by Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1987. Print.

To Teach, To Love. By Jesse Stuart, edited for re-issue by Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1988. Print.

A Ride with Huey the Engineer: Fact and Fiction from a colorful Era of America’s Past. By Jesse Stuart, edited for re-issue by Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1988. Print.

Jesse Stuart: The Man and His Books. Jerry A. Herndon and George Brosi, eds. with James M. Gifford and Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1988. Print.

A Penny’s Worth of Character. By Jesse Stuart, edited for re-issue by Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1988. Print.

A Jesse Stuart Reader. Edited for re-issue by Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1988. Print.

Hie To the Hunters. By Jesse Stuart, edited for re-issue by Jim Wayne Miller. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1988. Print.

The Beatinest Boy. By Jesse Stuart, edited for re-issue by Jim Wayne Miller and Jerry Herndon. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1989. Print.

The Rightful Owner. By Jesse Stuart, edited for re-issue by Jim Wayne Miller, James Gifford and Jerry Herndon. Ashland, KY: Jesse Stuart Foundation, 1989. Print.

Essays:

Sideswipes (chapbook of satirical essays). Big Timber, Mont.: Seven Buffaloes Press, 1986. Print.

Round and Round with Kahlil Gibran. With an introduction by Sharyn McCrumb. Blacksburg, Va.: Rowan Mountain Press, 1990. Print.

Novels:

Newfound. New York, NY: Orchard Books, 1989. Reprint, Frankfort, KY: Gnomon Press, 1996. Print.

Poetry:

Copperhead Cane. Nashville: Robert Moore Allen, 1964. Reprinted as bilingual English- German, translated by Thomas Dorsett.  Louisville: Grex Press Library Poetry Series, 1995. Print.

The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same. With art by Jill Baker. Frankfort, Ky: Whippoorwill Press, 1971. Print.

Dialogue With A Dead Man. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1974. Reprint, University Center, Mi.: Green River Press, 1978. Print.

The Mountains Have Come Closer. Boone, N.C: Appalachian Consortium Press, 1980. Print.

Vein of Words. Big Timber, Mont: Seven Buffaloes Press, 1984. Print.

Nostalgia for 70. Big Timber, Mt.: Seven Buffaloes Press, 1986. Print.

Brier, His Book. Frankfort, Ky: Gnomon Press, 1988. Print.

The Wisdom of Folk Metaphor: The Brier Conducts a Laboratory Experiment. Big Timber, Mt: Seven Buffaloes Press, 1988. Print.

The Brier Poems. Ed. Johnathan Green. Frankfort, Ky.: Gnomon Press, 1997. Print.

The Examined Life: Family, Community, and Work in American Literature. Boone, N.C.: Appalachian Consortium Press, 1989. Print.

Short Fiction:

His First, Best Country (chapbook of short stories). Frankfort, Ky: Gnomon Press, 1987. Reprint Frankfort, Ky.: Gnomon Press, 1993. Print.

Textbooks & Guides:

Reading, Writing, Region: A Checklist, Purchase Guide and Directory for School and Community Libraries in Appalachia.  Boone, N.C.: Appalachian Consortium Press, 1984. Print.

Periodicals: Essays and Articles (Some page numbers not noted):

“A Felt Linkage.” Berea Alumnus 44 (July-August 1973). Reprinted in Mountain Review. Print.

“A Letter on Poetry from Jim Wayne Miller.” Kentucky Poetry Review 18,19 (Fall/Spring 1983). Print.

“A Life of Fiction (Katherine Anne Porter).” Louisville Courier-Journal 13 May, 1984. Print.

“All the Daughters of Her Father’s House.” High Roads Folio 12, 1987. Print.

“A Mirror for Appalachia,” Eds. Robert J. Higgs and Ambrose N. Manning. Voices from the Hills: Selected Readings of Southern Appalachia. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1975. Print.

“An Exchange of Letters: Frank Steele and Jim Wayne Miller.” Plainsong 2 (Spring 1980). Print.

“Anytime the Ground is Uneven: The Outlook for Regional Studies-And What to Look Out for.” Eds. William E. Mallory and Paul Simpson-Housley. Geography and Literature: A Meeting of the Disciplines. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1987. Print.

“Appalachian Culture and History: Part of America’s Past and Present and Indicative of Its Future.” Focus: Teaching English Language Arts 10 (Winter 1984). Print.

“Appalachian Education: A Critique and Suggestions for Reform.” Appalachian Journal 5 (Autumn 1977). Print.

“Appalachian Literature: A Guide to Appalachian Studies.” Appalachian Journal 5 (Autumn 1977). Print.

“Appalachian Literature: At Home in This World.” The Iron Mountain Review 2 (Summer 1984). Print.

“Appalachian Literature.” Eds. Jim Stokely and Jeff D. Johnson, An Encyclopedia of East Tennessee. Oak Ridge: Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge, 1981. Print.

“Appalachian Values/American Values.” Appalachian Heritage 5 (Fall 1977); 6 (Winter 1978); 6 (Spring 1978); 6 (Summer 1978); 6 (Fall 1978); 7 (Winter 1979). Print.

“Appalachia’s Literary Renaissance: An Essay-Review of Recent Publications.” Appalachian Notes 5 (1977/Fourth Quarter). Print.

“Appalachian Studies Hard and Soft: The Action People and the Creative Folk.” Appalachian Journal 9 (Winter/Spring 1982). Print.

“At Last-A Cure for Video Blues.” Mossy Creek Journal 9 (Spring 1985). Print.

“Beaucoons of Words.” New York Times Magazine (January 1985). Print.

“Daring to Look in the Well: A Conversation: James Still and Jim Wayne Miller.” Iron Mountain Review 2 (Summer 1984). Print.

“Jesse Stuart: The Life of the Poet, the Poetic Life.” Appalachian Heritage 15 (Winter 1987). Print.

“Jim Dandy: James Still at Eighty.” Appalachian Heritage 14 (Fall 1986). Print.

“Katherine Anne Porter.” High Roads Folio 11 (Spring 1986). Print.

“Kudzu (The Next Big Thing: Kudzu).” High Roads Folio XIV (Spring 1989). Print.

“Labels on the Mind… Taking a Philosophical Look at what is Fashionable.” Louisville Courier-Journal 16 May, 1982. Print.

“Lambs and Wolves (satire/parody of Bobbie Ann Mason).” Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor 6/2 (Fall/Winter 1983). Print.

“Living into the Land, Hemlock and Balsams.” Lees-McRae Review (March 1989). Print.

“Long, Long Ago: A Romantic History of Catchup County.” Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor 6:2 (Fall/ Winter 1983). Print.

“Making a Whole Out of Parts.” Southern Highlands Institute for Educators Newsletter (Fall 1988). Print.

“More on Appalachian Literature.” Appalachian Journal 4 (Autumn 1976). Print.

“Names, Names, Names.” The Uncommon Reader (Winter 1989).

“New Generation of Savages Sighted in West Virginia.” Appalachian Heritage 16:4 (Fall 1988). Print.

Bibliographic:

Caskey, Jefferson D.  “The Writings of Jim Wayne Miller: A Selective Bibliography.” Iron Mountain Review 4:2 (Spring 1988). 37-40. Print.

Dyer, Joyce.  “Accepting Things Near: Bibliography of Non-Fiction by Jim Wayne Miller.” Appalachian Journal 30:1 (Fall 2002). 64-73. Print.

_____. “Jim Wayne Miller.” Contemporary Poets, Dramatists, Essayists, and Novelists of the South: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook. Eds. Robert Bain and Joseph M. Flora. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1994. 344-359.

Biographical:

Arnold, Edwin T. and J.W. Williamson.  “An Interview with Jim Wayne Miller.” Appalachian Journal 6.3 (Spring 1979): 207-225. Print.

Beattie, L. Elisabeth. “Jim Wayne Miller.” In Conversations with Kentucky Writers. L. Elisabeth Beattie ed. Lexington, Ky.: University Press of Kentucky, 1996. 242-261. Print.

Brosi, George.  “Jim Wayne Miller.” Appalachian Heritage 37:3. 11-15. Print.

Crowe, Thomas Rain. “Rocks in the Stream: A Conversation with Jim Wayne Miller.” Arts Journal 14:11 (August 1989). 10-13. Print.

Dyer, Joyce. “Jim Wayne Miller.” Contemporary Poets, Dramatists, Essayists, and Novelists of the South: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook. Eds. Robert Bain and Joseph M. Flora. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood, 1994. 344-359. Print.

Edwards, Grace Toney.  “Holding the Mirror for Appalachia.” Iron Mountain Review 4:2 (Spring 1988). 24-28. Print.

Farrell, David. “Jim Wayne Miller.” Video interview in Kentucky Writers Oral History Project, University of Kentucky. Produced and directed by Andy Spears, 1981.

Grubbs, Morris A. “Jim Wayne Miller.” American Writers: A Collection of Literary Biographies Supplement XX. Ed. Jay Parini. Detroit: Gale Cengage Learning, 2010. 161-176. Print.

“Jim Wayne Miller (1936-1996).” Chapter 16. Web. 30 December 2011. <http://www.chapter16.org/content/%5Bfield_revsubtitle-raw%5D-13>.

Jones, Loyal.  “An Interview: In Quest of the Briar.”  Iron Mountain Review 4:2 (Spring 1988) 13-21. Reprinted in Ed. John Lang. Appalachian and Beyond: Conversations with Writers from the Mountain South.  Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2006. 53-72. Print.

Kelly, Patricia P.  “An Interview with Jim Wayne Miller.”  Journal of Reading 34:8 (May 1991). 666-669. Print.

Larson, Ron.  “The Appalachian Personality. Interviews with Loyal Jones and Jim Wayne Miller.” Appalachian Heritage 11:3 (Summer 1983). 48-54. Print.

Criticism:

Ahrens, Sylvia.  “Jim Wayne Miller: Universal Regionalist.” Kentucky English Bulletin 47:2 (Winter 1998). 75-84. Print.

Baldwin, Thomas. “A Simple, Sophisticated Man.” Appalachian Heritage 25:4 (Fall 1997). 8-13. Print.

Crooke, Jeff.  “Sonnet Forms and Ballad Feelings.” Iron Mountain Review 4:2 (Spring 1988). 23. Print.

Dyer, Joyce.  “The Brier Goes to College.” Appalachian Journal 16:3 (Spring 1989). 112-113. Print.

_____. “Dialogue with a Dead Man.” Appalachian Journal. 26:1 (Fall 1998). 32-43. Print.

Hall, Wade. “Jim Wayne Miller’s Brier Poems: The Appalachian in Exile.” Iron Mountain Review 4:2 (Spring 1988). 29-33. Print.

Johnson, Don. “The Appalachian Homeplace: The Oneiric House in Jim Wayne Miller’s The Mountains Have Come Closer.” Iron Mountain Review 4:2 (Spring 1988). 34-36. Print.

Jones, Loyal. “Leicester Luminist Lighted Local Language and Lore.” Appalachian Heritage 37:3 (Summer 2009): 27-34. Print.

Kendrick, Leatha. “Hindman Writers’ Workshop: Confirming a Community.” Appalachian Heritage 25:4 (Fall 1997). 18-23. Print.

Kumin, Maxine. “The Poetry Workshop.” The Writer (July 1963). Reprinted as “A Variegated Thread. Iron Mountain Review 4:2 (Spring 1988). 22. Print.

Lang, John. “Jim Wayne Miller and the Brier’s Cosmopolitan Regionalism.” In Lang, Six Poets from the Mountain South. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2010. 3-37. Print.

Lasater, Michael. I Have a Place: The Poetry of Jim Wayne Miller. Television profile.  A production of Western Kentucky University Television Center (Bowling Green, Ky., 1985).

Miller, Mary Ellen. “The Literary Influences of Jim Wayne Miller.” Appalachian Heritage 37:3 (Summer 2009). 19-24. Print.

_____. “My Husband.” Appalachian Heritage 25:4 (Fall 1997). 4-5. Print.

Miller, Ruth. “My Father.” Appalachian Heritage (Fall 1997). 6-7. Print.

Minick, Jim. “Brier Visions’: What Did He See?” Journal of Kentucky Studies 22 (2005). 135-138. Print.

Morgan, Robert. “Clearing Newground.” Appalachian Heritage 25:4 (Fall 1997). 24-30. Print.

Pendarvis, Edwina. “Sanctifying the Profane: Jim Wayne Miller’s ‘Dialogue with a Dead Man.’” Journal of Kentucky Studies 22 (2005). 139-143. Print.

Worthington, Marianne. “Lost in the American Funhouse’: Magical Realism and Transfiguration in Jim Wayne Miller’s The Mountains Have Come Closer.” Journal of Kentucky Studies 22 (2005). 144-151. Print.

 

 

Bibliography of Effie Waller Smith’s Major Works

Books

Poetry: 

Smith, Effie Waller. Songs of the Months. New York: Broadway Publishing Company, 1904. Print.

Smith, Effie.  Rhymes from the Cumberland. New York: Broadway Publishing Company, 1909. Print.

Smith, Effie Waller. Rosemary and Pansies. Boston: Richard G Badger: The Gorham Press, 1909. Print.

Collected Works:

Smith, Effie Waller.  The Collected Works of Effie Waller Smith. Ed. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. With an Introduction by David Deskins, New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. Print.

Periodicals & Newspapers

Poetry:

Smith, Effie Waller.  “Autumn Winds.” Harper’s Sept. 1917. Print.

Smith, Effie Waller. “Benignant Death.” Putman’s Monthly and The Reader Dec. 1908. Print.

Smith, Effie Waller. “The Faded Blossoms.” The Independent 20 July 1911. Print.

Smith, Effie Waller.  “The Shepherds’ Vision.” The Independent 24 December 1908. Print.

Short Fiction:

Smith, Effie Waller. “The Tempting of Peter Stiles.” Putnam’s Monthly Feb. 1908. 597-602. Print.

Smith, Effie Waller. “A Son of Sorrow.” Putnam’s Monthly Dec. 1908. 274-280. Print.

Smith, Effie Waller. “The Judgment of Roxenie.” Putnam’s Monthly June 1909. 309-317. Print.

Biographical:

Fraley, Jay. Pike County News 2 Apr. 1926. Print.

Kinder, Alice.  Appalachian News Express 1980. Print.

Miller, James Wayne. Open Eye Spring 1989. Print.


Bibliography of Hunter S. Thompson’s Major Works

Books

Gonzo Journalism:

Hell’s Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs. New York: Random House, 1967. Print.

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. New York: Random House, 1971. Print.

Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72. San Francisco: Straight Arrow Books, 1973. Print.

The Great Gonzo Papers, Vol. 1: The Great Shark Hunt: Strange Tales from a Strange Time. New York: Summit Books, 1979. Print.

The Curse of Lono, illustrated by Ralph Steadman. New York: Bantam, 1983. Print.

Gonzo Papers, Vol. 2: Generation of Swine: Tales of Shame and Degradation in the ’80s. New York: Summit Books, 1988. Print.

Gonzo Papers, Vol. 3: Songs of the Doomed: More Notes on the Death of the American Dream. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1990. Print.

Gonzo Papers, Vol. 4: Better Than Sex: Confessions of a Political Junkie. New York: Random House, 1994. Print.

Mistah Leary – He Dead. New Orleans: X-Ray Book Company, 1996. Print.

The Fear and Loathing Letters, Vol. 1: The Proud Highway: The Saga of a Desperate Southern Gentleman 1955–1967. New York: Random House, 1997. Print.

The Rum Diary. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1998. Print.

Screw-Jack. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000. Print.

Fear and Loathing in America: The Brutal Odyssey of an Outlaw Journalist 1968–1976. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000. Print.

Kingdom of Fear: Loathsome Secrets of a Star-Crossed Child in the Final Days of the American Century. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2003. Print.

Hey Rube: Blood Sport, the Bush Doctrine, and the Downward Spiral of Dumbness Modern History from the Sports Desk. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2004. Print.

Happy Birthday, Jack Nicholson. New York: Penguin Books, 2005.

Gonzo: Photographs by Hunter S. Thompson. Los Angeles: AMMO Books, 2006. Print.

The Mutineer: Rants, Ravings, and Missives from the Mountaintop 1977–2005. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2008. Print.

Fear and Loathing at Rolling Stone: The Essential Writings of Hunter S. Thompson. New York: Simon & Schuster, 2011. Print.

Periodicals & Newspapers

Short Fiction:

“Fire in the Nuts.” Tucson: Gonzo International/Steam Press Sylph Publications, 2004. Print.

Selected Magazine Articles:

Rolling Stone:

“Freak Power in the Rockies.” Rolling Stone 1 October 1970: 30-37. Print.

“Strange Rumblings in Aztlan.” Rolling Stone 29 April  1971: 30-37. Print.

“Memo From the Sports Desk:  The So-Called ‘Jesus Freak Scare’” (as Raoul Duke).  Rolling Stone 11 November 1971: 24. Print.

“Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream” (as Raoul Duke) 11 November 1971: 36-48. Print.

“Conclusion of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream” (as Raoul Duke). 25 November 1971: 38-50. Print.

“He Was A Crook: The Death of Richard Nixon.” 16 June 1994: ?. Print.

Scanlon’s Monthly:

“The Temptations of Jean-Claude Killy.” Scanlon’s Monthly. March 1970. 89-100. Print.

“The Kentucky Derby is Decadent and Depraved. Scanlon’s Monthly. June 1970: 1-12. Print.

Playboy:

“The Great Shark Hunt.” Playboy. December 1974: 183-184. Print.

Selected Biographical Works:

Editorial. The Guardian, 14 April 2015. Web. 22 February 2005. <http://www.theguardian.com/news/2005/feb/22/leadersandreply.mainsection?redirection=guardian>.

Homberger, Eric. The Guardian, 14 April 2015. Web. 22 February 2005. <http://www.theguardian.com/news/2005/feb/22/guardianobituaries.booksobituaries?redirection=guardian>.

Jackson, S. M. “The Hunter Thompson Saga. A Savage Burlesque in Three Parts.” Commonwealth Times: 1, 11-14, 16, 23. 28 November 1978: Print.

Ronson, Jon. “I’ve Gotta Get My Elephant Tusks Back.” The Guardian, 14 April 2015. Web. 22 February 2005. <http://www.theguardian.com/books/2005/feb/22/huntersthompson?redirection=guardian>.

Steadman, Ralph.  “Depraved and Decadent: Adventures with Thompson.” The Guardian, 14 April 2015. Web. 21 February 2005. <http://www.theguardian.com/books/2005/feb/22/news.features11?redirection=guardian>.

Taylor, Kate. Truth is Weirder Than Any Fiction I’ve Seen…” The Guardian, 14 April 2015. Web. 21 February 2005. <http://www.theguardian.com/books/2005/feb/21/huntersthompson1?redirection=guardian>.

Thompson, Hunter S. “In His Own Words: A Selection of Best-Remembered Quotes from the Master of the One-Liner.” The Guardian, 14 April 2015. Web. 21 February 2005. <http://www.theguardian.com/books/2005/feb/21/huntersthompson?redirection=guardian>.

Wenner, Jann S. and Corey Seymour, Eds. Gonzo: The Life of Hunter S. Thompson, an Oral Biography (with an introduction by Johnny Depp). New York: Little, Brown, & Co., 2007. Print.

Yates, Robert.  “And Then He Missed Me.” The Guardian, 14 April 2015. Web. 26 February 2005. <http://www.theguardian.com/books/2005/feb/27/societyredirection=guardian>.