SELECTED ESSAYS, INTERVIEWS, POETRY
Poetry published or forthcoming in: Janus Head, Nebula (3.1), Le Mot Juste, disClosure , Remembering Faces edition, Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal and in a Spuyten Duyvil edition.
Filmed interview for “Sleep in a Nest of Flames: The Worlds of Charles Henri Ford,”2000-2001, produced and directed by James Dowell and John Kolumvakis, Symbiosis Films, New York City
“Plathologies: The Blood Jet is Bucks, Not Poetry”, 10 th Anniversary Essay, Belles Lettres Vol. 10, no. 1 (Fall, 1995), pp.48-62; Reprinted as “Dead Letter File: The Selling and Selling Out of Sylvia Plath”, Small Press Magazine, (Winter, 1995) pp 32-44.
“‘Yes, no, peut-etre’: Caresse Crosby After The Black Sun Set”, A Living of Words: American Women in Print Culture , ed. by Susan Albertine (University of Tennessee Press, 1995), pp.207-227.
“‘…a love from back of the heart’: The Story Djuna Wrote for Charles Henri,” The Review of Contemporary Fiction Vol 13, no.3 (Fall, 1993), pp. 8-32.
Chapter on Djuna Barnes; The Gender of Modernism, ed. Bonnie Kime Scott (Indiana University Press, 1990) pp. 19-45.
“My Art Belongs to Daddy: Incest as Exile—The Textual Economics of Hayford Hall,” in Women’s Writing in Exile, co-edited with Angela Ingram (University of North Carolina, 1989), pp. 41-86.
“‘Enigmatic, Shifting My Clarities’: The Poetic Career of Sylvia Plath” in Ariel Ascending, ed. Paul Alexander (Harper & Row, 1985), pp. 80-93.
“Whiteman in the Woodpile: John Berryman’s Burnt Cork Poetic,”American Poetry, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Winter 1984), pp. 18-34.
“‘A Common and Acute Particularity’: The Radical Wisdom of Adrienne Rich,” Journal of Educational Thought (University of Calgary), Vol. 17, No. 2 (August, 1983), pp. 181-187
“Bohemia Bumps Into Calvin: The Deceptive Drama of Lillian Hellman,” The Southern Quarterly, Vol. XIX, No. 2 (Winter 1981), pp. 26-41; reprinted in Critical Essays on Lillian Hellman, ed. Mark Estrin, G.K. Hall, 1989
“Recovering the Complex Self: Sylvia Plath’s Beeline,” The Centennial Review, Vol. XXIV, No. 1 (Winter, 1980) pp. 1-24.
“A Subtle Psychic Bond: Sylvia and Aurelia Schober Plath in Letters Home,” in The Lost Tradition: Mothers and Daughters in Literature, Esther Broner and Cathy Davidson, (New York: Frederick Ungar, 1980) pp. 217-230
“‘Oh Dad, Poor Dad’: Another Look at Sylvia Plath’s ‘Daddy’” Notes on Contemporary Literature, Vol. IX, No. 4 (1979), pp. 2-4
“Demythologizing Sivvy: That ‘Theatrical Comeback in Broad Day’”, Poet and Critic, Vol. 10, No. 1 (1977) pp. 30-39