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A voracious reader since my earliest memories, I have often thought about what happened to the writers and poets of Franconia College. What might they have published after leaving the White Mountains? Quite by accident one day at a university library I came across one of John Repp's poems published in The New England Magazine. Many years after that incident, I entered John's name into the university's online catalogue. I was surprised to find that the library had in its collection one of his poetry books, A Thirst Like This. This led me to wonder how many Franconian poets and writers might have had their works published. Thus was born the idea for this bibliography.

It has taken me one and a half years to bring this project to its present stage of completeness. Searching for Franconia writers and poets has been a labor of love - often tedious but always joyous. I hope that this bibliography leads my fellow Franconians to their colleagues' and classmates' works, so richly nurtured by the College and its environs. The White Mountains served as a panoramic backdrop to inspire the muse in all of us.

This bibliography is a feast of titles and authors to be search out and read. It includes artists, painters, filmmakers, a comic book writer, and two Pulitzer Prize recipients. One writer spent only a semester at the college - apparently enough to nurture the creative spirit -- and then went on to write for The New Yorker magazine and then on to write several prize-winning books. Another author, a professor of anthropology, won the National Book Award for his book The Broken Cord, and then also published a long list of other books.

Included in this work are writers in the beginning of their literary endeavors, those who are thus far only published in newsletters, others who have yet to find a publisher, as well as those with long lists of publications and awards. More than one hundred authors appear here -- something I find most impressive for a college that was in existence for less than two decades.

Scope and Methodology

While the focus of this work is on monographs, I have included some articles published in journals. I have also listed films and artists who have been written up in different periodicals.

Authors' last names are listed in bold; an asterisk before a name indicates faculty members. The time of their residence is in parentheses. With respect to students, it was extremely difficult to determine their years at Franconia. The years shown represent my best estimates. I may have mistakenly included some authors who never attended Franconia, if their names are identical to someone who did attend. The authors and entries are listed alphabetically.


I give heartfelt thanks to the Franconia College Y2K Reunion Planning Committee, whose members supported me in this project from its earliest stages; and especially to Judy Wallace who so graciously hosted the Planning Committee meetings in her home.

I also thank those people who responded electronically to my query for names. Without their input, this bibliography would have been much smaller. The errors in this bibliography are entirely my own.

I owe a particular debt to Steven Konover for all his efforts in finding Franconian authors, filmmakers and photographers. I also thank my professors at Franconia for believing in me and tolerating my grammatical lapses - especially David Ackley, Robert Grenier, Nicholas Howe, Donald Sheehan, and Nancy Walker.

I also thank Sara Young-Knox, whom I met my first semester in the Fall of 1973. Since then we have shared our life journeys and played Franconia Trivia whenever we would get together -- our own way of re-living those magical days in the White Mountains.

Thanks also to Fred Findling, who made this all possible by starting the Franconia College web site. Without the Forum, this bibliography and the Franconia College Reunion would not have come to realization. And I thank Priscilla McFarland, Susan Goodro, Carrie Meyer, Cynthia Burton and Liz Sizensky for their friendship during my time at Franconia and beyond.

Finally, I offer my gratitude to my husband Alan for driving me to Franconia and Bethlehem for Committee meetings.


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Androla, Ron (1973-77).

American Dreams, Scenes & Schemes. (East Liverpool, Oh.: Non Compos Mentis Press, 1995).

Blue, Blue, Blue Labor. (Erie, Pa.: Translucent Tendency Press, 1993).

The Book of Meditations. (Maple City, Mi.: Smiling Dog Press, 1993).

Curls thru the Language. (Detroit, Mich.: K. Nimmo, 1984).

Dillinger is Me. (Belvidere, Il.: Christian News Network, 1990).

Don't Read this Poem. (Sterling, Va.: Mockersatz Literature, 1985).

Excerpts from Reticulated Days in the Lives of a Regular Man. (Pittsburgh, Pa.: Sun-Beams Out of Cucumbers Press, 1997).

Giszm For Us of a Poet as Profit: Allen Ginsberg. (San Francisco, Ca.: City Nights Books, 1993).

High Production Drama. (Maple City, Mich.: Smiling Dog Press, 1999).

It's a Pretty World. (East Liverpool, Oh.: Non Compos Mentis Press, 1995).

Kangaroo Court (Erie, Pa.: Kangaroo Court, Erie Art Museum, 1984).

The Kiss. (Arlington, Va.: Bogg Publications, 1984).

Manly Poesy. (Erie, Pa.: X-it Press, 1995).

Monsters, Angels, & Immaculate Misconceptions. (East Liverpool, Oh.: Non Compos Mentis Press, 1995).

Mutated American Drama. (Erie, Pa.: Translucent Tendency Press, 1991).

1954. (East Liverpool, Oh.: Non Compos Mentis Press, 1996).

November. (East Liverpool, Oh.: Non Compos Mentis Press, 1995).

Perfectly Sane Like Excessive Inebriation. (Erie, Pa.: Translucent Tendency Press, 1990).

A Poem to be Read Outloud. (Stow, Oh.: Implosion Press, 1991).

Poems. (West Germany: Vergin Press, 1987).

The Spirituality of Husbands. (Erie, Pa.: Northern Pleasure, 1983).

Splattered in Erie. (Maple City, Mich.: Smiling Dog Press, 1996).

Steam and Garlic. (S.l.: Road/House Publication, 1984).

Sweet Resurrection. (El Paso, Tx.: Vergin Press, 1990).

The Taste of Pain. (Chicago, Ill.: Random Weirdness, 1984).

Visions of Paul: Jack Kerouac. (San Francisco, Ca.: City Nights Books, 1993).

Zen's Nitrous Oxide. (Emsworth, Penn.: Burnt Orphan Broadsides, 1987).

We Puked Together in a Rusty Tub: Charles Bukowski's Best. (New York: Concrete Block in your Face then Press, 1993).


Axelrod, Adelina Azevedo (1973-77).

"A Gathering of Colombian Adoptive Families," Alliance Family News, v .4, no. 1 (Fall 1996), 7, 14.

Franconians in Print. (Providence, R.I.: Monte Queimado Press, 2000).

"A Letter to My Daughter Caroline," Temple Beth-El Bulletin (March 1997), 10.

"Resolved to Adopt," Resolve of the Ocean State, v. 9, no. 3 (Fall 1996), 13.

"Teresa Heinz Addresses PAWA," Portuguese-American Women's Newsletter, no. 3 (Spring, 1997), 1.


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*Bailin, Michael A. (1969).

The California Conservation Corps: a Case Study. (Philadelphia, Pa.: Public/Private Ventures, The State Youth Initiatives Project, 1982).

The Surplus Food Program: An Answer to Hunger? A College Class Examines the Good Nutrition Service Program in Lebanon, N.H. (Hanover, N.H.: Dartmouth, College, 1970).


*Bellack, Richard Charles (1970-78).

The Antitrust Act of 1980: Legislative History . (Tallahessee: Florida, Dept. of Legal Affairs, 1980-1984).

Compositional Technique in the Transcriptions of Franz Listz. (Ann Arbor:UMI, 1976)

Fugal Dreams: Twelve Preludes and Fugues in Jazz Styles for Piano. (Tallahassee, FL.: 1992) musical score.


Bertolette, Peter Boone (1974-).

Epicenter: Whirls. (Franconia, N.H.: P.B. Bertolette, 1974). Paul Henry Gervais, joint author.

Peter Bertolette Papers: 1953 1982 (Archive/Manuscript Control [University of Connecticut].)

Ed. Sarcophagus Magazine (1976-1980).


Beyer, Mark (1970-).

Agony. (New York: Raw/Pantheon, 1987).

Agony (Augsburg.: Maro-Verlagm 1992). [Agony. German]

Dead Stories. (Allentown, Pa.: M. Beyer, 1982).

A Disturbing Evening, and other Stories. (Allentown, Pa.: M. Beyer, 1978).

Amy and Jordan. (Germany: MaroVerlag, 1996).

We're Depressed. (United States: Water Row Books, 1999).

Lost Faces (Switzerland, 2000)


Bloom, Randy (1973-77).

Bailey, Sarah . "Art in New York," British Elle. Hip City Guide to New York (October 196).

Carter, Michael. "Disenho e Colore, Easton PA ," Night Magazine, no. 42 (1999).

Cotton, Judy. "New York," Vogue Australia (November, 1985).

Little, James. "The Hells Kitchen Show2," Night Magazine, no. 42 (1999).

Halasz, Piri. "Art" & the Matinee Ladies," Night Magazine, no. 39 (1998).

Halasz, Piri. "Ella's Bloom at the Gershwin," Lingo, no. 7 (1997).

Halasz, Piri. "From the Mayors Doorstep," Issues, 6, 7, 8, 14, 15, 17, 19, 24, (1996-2000).

Halasz, Piri. "New Painting and Small Gems," Night Magazine, no. 33 (February, 1997).

Halasz, Piri. "Six Painters, Hells Kitchen Show, and John Marin," NY Arts Magazine, v.4, no. 3 (1999).

Klien, Lee. Salonika Quarterly, vol. 1, issue 1 (1998).

Klien, Lee. NY Arts Magazine, no. 18, (February-March 1998).

Rubin, Robert Henry. "Randy Bloom, " Night Magazine, no. 29 (Spring 1996).

Wilkin, Karen. "At the Galleries," Partisan Review. 1 (Winter, 1994).

Wilkin, Karen. "Two Plus Three, " Arts Magazine (October, 1985).

"Three New York Women Artists at Helander/Rubinstein," Palm Beacher Magazine (May 8, 1985).


*Botstein, Leon (1970-75).

The Complete Brahms: A Guide to the Musical Works of Johannes Brahms. (New York: W.W. Norton, 1999).

Felix Mendelssohn, Mitwelt und Nachwelt: Bericht zum 1. ... (Wiesbaden: Breitkopf & Hartel, 1996).

Jefferson's Children: Education and the Promise of American Culture. (New York: Doubleday, 1997).

Jew as Pariah: Hannah Arendt's Political Philosophy. (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1983).

Josef Frank, Architect and Designer: An Alternative Vision of the Modern Home. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1996).

Judentum und Modernitat: Essays zur Rolle der Juden in der deutschen und Osterreichischen Kultur, 1848 bis 1938. (Wien: Bohlau, 1991).

Liberating the Pariah: Politics, the Jews, and Hannah Arendt. (Saratoga Springs, New York: Skidmore College, 1983).

Music and its Public: Habits of Listening and The Crisis of Musical Modernism in Vienna, 1870-1914. [S.l., s.n., 1985].

"Outside In: Music on Language," in: The State of the Language, eds. Leonard Michaels and Christopher Ricks. (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 1980), 343-361.

----- with Edith C. Blum. Pre-modern Art of Vienna, 1848-1898. (Annandale-on-Hudson, New York: Edith C. Blum Art Institute, 1987).


*Bradley, Peter. (1975-78).

This Book is Full of Carp. (St. Paul, Minn.: Hungry Mind Press, 1997).


Branigan, Cynthia (1971-72).

Adopting the Racing Greyhound (New York: Howell Book House, 1998).

The Reign of the Greyhound: a Popular History of the Oldest Family of Dogs (New York: Howell Book House, 1997).


Buechler, James (1970-).

In that Heaven there should be a Place for Me: Stories from the Mohawk Valley (Duxbury, MA.: Cranberry Books, 1994).


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Chain, Mark A. (1968-70).

Als Fremder in Deutschland = As a Foreigner in Germany. [Anthology of German-writing Non-Germans] (Germany :Dtv Publishers)

Munchner Erfahrungen = Munich Experiences. [Anthology of Munich Writers] (Munich : Schneekluth Publishing)

Poesie Europe (European Literary Magazine).

Rind und Schlegel (Munich Literary Magazine).

Die Gie "Kanne" (Munich/Nuremberg Literary Magazine)

Radio Broadcasts (of original writings; bi-lingual & German)

In die Nacht Gesprocheno = Spoken into the Night (Bavarian State Radio, Munich, 1978)

Pop Sunday Series (Bavarian State Radio, Munich, 1979)

Pop Sundays (Bavarian State Radio, Munich, 1979)

Studio for neue Literaturo = Studio for New Literature; (Hessen State Radio, 1979).

Passing Through (KGNU Radio, Boulder, 1980)

Pop Sunday (Bavarian State Radio, Munich, 1981)

Studio for neue Literaturo (Hessen State Radio, 1981).

Pop Sunday (Bavarian State Radio, Munich, 1982)

Zondfunko (Bavarian State Radio, Munich, 1986)

Studio for neue Literaturo (Hessen State Radio, 1986)

Mein Land ist ganz anderso = My Land is Completely Different. (Interview-Guest for series-pilot; Bavarian State Radio, 1997).


Durckheim, Karlfried Graf. The Work on Oneself on the Initiatory Way and Meditation as transformational Practice

Edinger, Edward F. Excerpts from Encounter with the Self : A Jungian Commentary on William Blake Illustrations of the Book of Job. (Toronto, Canada: Inner City Book, 1986.

Video soundtrack-texts of the Center and School for Initiatory Therapy And the Johanneshof Reports of and texts for publications of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements

Durckheim Karlfied, Graf. Tone of Stillness (Ton Der Stille) and Beyond Intention (Der Zielfreire WEG)

Simultaneous translation of a live talk by Richard Baker-Roshi, Zen-Master; (German-English).

Hagedorn, Alfried. Catalogue-texts for the "Sao Paolo Art Exhibition.


Chandra, Arun (1973-75).

On the Construction of the Passing of Time in Music. (Ann Arbor: UMI, 1989).


Chappell, Helen (1960-).

Acts of Love . (New York: Pocket Books, 1989).

All Things in their Season. (London: Fontana, 1983).

The Chesapeake Book of the Dead: Tombstones, Epitaphs, Histories, Reflections, and Oddments of the Region. (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999).

Dead Duck: (New York: Ballantine, 1997).

Ghost of a Chance. (Hampton Falls, N.H.: Beeler Large Print, 1998).

Oysterback Spoken Here. (Baltimore: Woddholme House Publishers, 1998).

The Oysterback Tales. (Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994).

Passions. (New York: Pocket Books, 1987).

Slow Dancing with the Angel of Death. (New York: Fawcett Gold Medal, 1996).

The Waxing Moon: a Gentle Guide to Magic. (New York: Links, 1974).


*Coleman, Eliot (1960-).

Four-season Harvest: How to Harvest Fresh Organic Vegetables from your Home Garden All Year Around. [Illustrations by Kathy Bray &photographs by Barbara Damrosch]. (White River Junction, Vt.: Chelsea Green Publishers, 1999).

----- with Claude Aubert. Keeping Food Fresh: Old World Techniques & Recipes. (White River Junction, Vt.: Chelsea Green Publishers, 1999).

The New Organic Grower: A Master's Manual of Tools and Techniques for the Home and Market Gardener. [Illustrations by Molly Cook Field & Sheri Amsel]. (White River Junction, Vt.: Chelsea Green Publishers, 1995).


Collman, Robert Christie (1970-).

Navajo Scouts, 1873-1895: an Integration of Various Cultural Interpretations of Events. [S.l: s.n., 1975].


*Cowin, Eileen (1971-75).

Eileen Cowin (Tokyo, Japan ; Santa Monica, CA.: Gallery Min, 1987).

Eileen Cowin, John Divola: Recent Work, No Fancy Titles (Los Angeles, Ca.:

California/International Arts Foundation, 1985).

The Photographic, Two Points of View (Fullerton: California State University, 1989).

Sofort-Bild-Geschichten = Instant Imaging Stories. (Wien : Osterreichisches Fotoarchiv im Museum moderner Kunst, 1992).


*Craig, John (1975-1978).

Classic Photographic Apparatus. (Simsbury, Ct.) (serial - bi-monthly).


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Depew, Ned (1965-69).

House Inspection: a Homebuyer's/homeowner's guide. (Spencertown, N.Y.: Golden Hill Press, 1992).


Dignazio, Stephen (1970-).

From Quat Rain (Ra'anana, Israel: Stephen Ellis in conjunction with Oasis Press, 1994).

Quat Rain. (Amman, Jordan: Oasis Press, 1997).

That (Peacham, Vermont : Stephen Dignazio and Stephen Ellis, 1992-)


*Doro, Edward (1966-).

The Furtherance: Drawings and calligraphy by Jeanette Klemola. (Franconia, N.H.: Franconia College Press, 1966).


*Dorris, Michael (1970-72).

The Broken Cord. (New York: Harper & Row, 1989).

Cloud Chamber: a Novel: (New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997)

Conversations with Louise Erdrich and Michael Dorris. (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1994).

-----with Louise Erdrich. The Crown of Columbus. (New York: Harper Collins, 1991).

Guests. (New York: Scholastic Inc., 1994).

-----with Arlene Hirschfelder, Guide to Research on North American Indians. (Chicago: American Library Association, 1983).

Morning Girl. (New York: Scholastic Inc., 1992).

-----with Joseph C. Farber. Native Americans: 500 years After. (New York: Crowell, 1975).

Paper Trail: Essays. (New York: Harper-Perennial, 1995).

Rooms in the House of Stone. (Minneapolis, MN.: Milkweed Editions, 1993).

Sees Behind Trees. (Livonia, Mi.: Seedlings, 1997).

Tainos. (Madrid: Alfaguara, 1995).

The Window. (New York: Hyperion Books for Children, 1997).

Working Men: Stories. (New York: H. Holt, 1993).

Yellow Raft in Blue Water. (London: Flamingo, 1997).


Drerup, Oliver (1965-69).

Building Materials for the Environmentally Hypersensitive. (Ottawa: Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1997). [Rev. ed.]

-----with J. D. Ned Nisson. 4th Annual Superinsulated House Design & Construction Seminar. (Boston , MA: Cahners Pub. Co., 1980? 1989).

Housing for the Environmentally Hypersensitive: Survey and Examples of Clean Air Housing in Canada. (Ottawa, Ont.: Canadian Housing Information Centre, 1990).

Le Logement des personnes hypersensibles a l'environment: (le logement a air pur au Canada: enquete et etudes de cas). (Ottawa: La Division, 1990).

Materiaux de construction pour les personnes hypersensibles a l'envirnnoment. (Ottawa: Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1997). [Rev. ed.]


Dresdner, Michael (1960-).

The New Wood Finishing Book. (Newtown, Ct.: Taunton Press, 1999). [Rev. ed.]

Restoration Clinic. (Red Bank, N.J.: M.M. Dresdner, 1984).

The Woodfinishing Book. (Newtown, Ct.: Taunton Press, 1992).

The Woodfinishing Video. (Newtown, Ct.: Taunton Press, 1992).


Dunbar, Edward (1974-).

Effect of Volumetric Distribution of Starting Powders on Shock-Induced Chemical Synthesis. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1991).


Dzuback, Mary Ann (1970-74).

"Hutchins, Adler, and the University of Chicago: A Critical Juncture," American Journal of Education, 99 (1990-1991), 57-76.

"Professionalism, Higher Education, and AmericanCulture: Burton J. Bledstein's The Culture of Professionalism," History of Education Quarterly, XXXIII (Fall, 1993), 375-85. (retrospective historical essay).

Robert M. Hutchins : Portrait of an Educator. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991).

Woman: Social Science Scholars in the Academy, 1890-1940.


"Women and Social Research at Bryn Mawr College, 1915-1940,"

History of Education Quarterly, XXXIII (Winter, 1993), 579-608.


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*Elbow, Peter (1960-).

The Believing Game: Balancing Critical Thinking with the Discipline of Belief. (Brattleboro, Vt.: Center for Living Democracy, 1996).

A Community of Writers: a Workshop Course in Writing. (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995).

Complex Irony in Chaucer. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1969).

Embracing Contraries: Explorations in Learning and Teaching. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1987).

Fighting For--Not Against: Toward a Larger Theory of Writing. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000).

Landmark: Essays on Voice and Writing. (Davis, Ca.: Hermagoras Press, 1994).

----- with Pat Belanoff. Nothing Begins with N: New Investigations of Freewriting. (Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1991).

Oppositions in Chaucer. (Middletown, Ct.: Wesleyan University Press, 1975).

Sharing and Responding. (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1995).

What is English? (New York, N.Y.: Urbana, Ill.: MLA, National Council of Teachers of English, 1990).

The Writer's Craft: Idea to Expression. (Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell, 1992).

-----with Sheridan D. Blau. The Writer's Craft (Evanston, Ill.: McDougal, Littell, 1998).

----- with Mary Deane Sorcinelli. Writing to Learn: Strategies for Assigning and Responding to Writing Across the Disciplines. (San Francisco, Ca.: Jossey-Bass, 1997).

Writing with Power: Techniques for Mastering the Writing Process. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998).

Writing Without Teachers. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1998).


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Feiler, Jules (1972-75)

The Dicks, (Samuel French, 1985).

Thugs, (Actors' Studio NYC, 1986).


Feldman, Allen (1966-68).

Formations of Violence : the Narrative of the Body and Political Terror in Northern Ireland. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991).

The Northern Fiddler (London ; New York: Oak Publications, 1985).


Field, Connie (1970-).

"The American Experience. [1996-01-15], Freedom On My Mind." (Boston, WGBH Educational Foundation, Clarity Prod., Inc, 1996). (film)

"Life and Times of Rosie the Riveter." (Santa Monica, CA.: Direct Cinema Limited, 1999).


Fink, Robert (1970-).

Vietnam, a View from the Walls : A Personal Compilation of Art, Posters, Clippings, Documents, and Recollections. (Saskatoon, Sask: Greenwich, 1982).


Finlay, Holly Wilkinson (1965-69).

The Eatgood Revival. (New York: Hastings House, 1972).


Fisk, James. (1970-).

The Law and its Timeless Standard. (Alexandria, Va.: Lex Rex Institute, 1982).


Fuchs, Steven L. (1973-75).

The Tao Divorce: A Woman's Guide to Winning (based on Sun Tzu's the Art of War). [online book] http:///www1/


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*Garofalo, Reebee (1975-78).

Rockin' Out: Popular Music in the USA. (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1997). 

----- with Steve Chapple. Rock 'n' Roll is Here to Pay: The History and Politics of the Music Industry. (Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1977).

----- with Steve Chapple. Rock & Industria: Historia e Politica da Industria Musical. (Lisboa: Editorial Caminho, 1989).

Ed. Rockin' the Boat: Mass Music and Mass Movements. (Boston: South End Press, 1992).


*Goldberg, David (1975-78).

Apartheid: A Special Double Issue on Racism in South Africa. (New York: Dept. of Philosophy, Baruch College, 1987).

----- with Sergio Vargas Galindo. The Economic Experience of Migrants to Mexico City. [S.L. :s.n., 1973].

Human Rights Dimensions of Population Transfer: Conference Report on UNPO

International conference held in Tallinn, Estonia, January 11-13, 1992. (The Hague: UNPO, 1992).

"Language as Violence vs. Freedom of Speech Canadian and American Perspectives on Group Defamation." Mitchell Lecture Series (Recording).


*Goldenberg, I. Ira (1975-78).

Build Me a Mountain, Poverty, and the Creation of New Settings. (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1971).

Employment and Addiction: Perspectives on Existing Business and Treatment Practices. (Springfield, Va.: National Technical Information Service, 1972).

The Helping Professions in the World of Action. (Lexington, Mass. Lexington Books, 1979).

Oppression and Social Intervention: Essays on the Human Condition and the Problems of Change. (Chicago: Nelson-Hall, 1978).


Grant, Genelle G. (1970-).

The Effects of Producing Public Service Announcements for Cable Television on Knowledge and Behavior in Nutritional Practices of Teenage

Youth. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1982).

----- with Edgardo Pratts. Raices indigenas. [S.l. :s.n, 1993]. videocassette.

Television: Tecnicas de produccion. (Rio Piedras, P.R.: Librotex, 1998).


*Green, Mary Jean Matthews (1973-75).

Fiction in the Historical Present: French Writers and the Thirties (Hanover, N.H.: Dartmouth College by University Press of New England, 1986).

Louis Guilloux, an Artisan of Language (South Carolina: French Literature Publications Co., 1980)

Marie-Claire Blais in Twayne's Women Authors on CD-ROM, 1995.

Postcolonial Subjects: Francophone Women Writers (Minneapolis, Minn.: University of Minnesota Press, 1996).


*Greenway, Robert (1963-).

with Salli Rasberry. The Rasberry Exercises: How to Start your Own School and Make a Book. (Freestone, Ca.: Freestone Publishing, 1971).


Greenwood, Alice. (1973-75)

and Joseph P. Olive. Acoustics of American English Speech: a Dynamic Approach. (New York: Springer-Verlag, 1993).

----- with Henry W. Foster. Make a Difference: the Founder of the I Have a Future Program Shares His Vision for Young America. (New York: Scribner, 1997).


*Grenier, Robert (1971-78).

A Day at the Beach. (New York: Roof Books, 1984).

Attention: Seven Narratives. (Canton, N.Y.: Glover Publications, 1985).

"Bells at Sea :Sunlight," in Gum, no. 6 (Sept. 1971).

Burns' Night Heard. (Lawrence, Kansas: Tansy Press, 1982).

Cambridge M'ass: for John Batki: for Anselm Hollo. (Berkeley, Calif.: Tuumba Press, 1980).

Dusk Road Games: Poems, 1960-66. (Cambridge, Mass.: Pym-Randall Press, 1967).

Forgotten. (Berkeley, Calif.: Poltroon Press, 1985).

Oakland. (Berkeley, Calif.: Tuumba Press, 1980).

Owl on Bough. (Sausalito, Calif.: Post-Apollo Press, 1997).

The Minnesota Soldier's Home in Autumn. (Milford, N.H.: s.n., 1967).

My Ears Are Getting Bigger. [S.L.: Privately printed, 1979?].

Phantom Anthems. (Oakland, Calif.: Trike Press, 1986).

"Robert Creeley's "Later', Open Letter (Toronto), Fifth Series, no. 1 (1982), 90-103.

"The Ritual Bath," in Sum, no. 2 (Feb., 1964).

----- with Christopher Middleton. Selected Poems: Translated from the German. (London: Cape, 1968).

Sentences. (Cambridge, Mass.: Whale Cloth Press, 1978).

Sentences Towards Birds. (Kensington, Calif.: L. Publications, 1975).

Series: Poems 1967-1971. (Kensington, Calif: Small Press Dist., 1978).

12 from Rhymms. (Scotia, N.Y.: Pavement Saw Press, 1996).

30 from Sentences. [S.L.: s.n., 1976?]

Three Possibilities: for Larry Eigner. [S.L. s.n., 1977].

Transpiration: and We Are Survivors. (Milwaukee, Wis.: Woodland Pattern, 1989).

Two New Poems. (Cambridge, Mass.: Pym-Randall Press, 1967).

-----with Larry Eigner. Waters, Places, a Time. (Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press, 1983.

What I Believe. (Elmwood, Conn.: Poets & Poets Press, 1988).

What I Believe; Transpiration, Transpiring; Minnesota. (Oakland, Calif.: O Books, [between 1989 and 1992?].

----- with Larry Eigner. Windows/walls/yard ways. (Santa Barbara, Calif.: Black Sparrow Press, 1994).


Gross, Geoffrey (1970-75).

Early American Dutch Architecture: An In Dept Study of New Netherland. (Italy: Rizzoli, 2001).


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*Haase, Ronald W. (1971-75).

Classic Cracker: Florida's Wood-Frame Vernacular Architecture. (Sarasota, Fla.: Pineapple Press, 1992)

Designing the Child Development Center. (Washington: Project Head Start, Office of Economic Opportunity, 1968).


Halstead, Donald Paul (1960-).

An Analysis of the Economic Effects of Free Trade Between Canada and the United States. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1974).


Henley, Elizabeth (1969-1974).

Can I Really Write? Notes on How to Begin

Creative Writing. [S.L. :s.n., 2001].

"Elegy for my Father." Ailanthus Poetry Magazine. Vol. I, no. 2. (Fall 1987).

"For One Unborn." Ailanthus Poetry Magazine. Vol. I, no. 2. (Fall 1987).

"IV Stuart.". Mudfish (1984).

"In Budapest." The Napa Review, Vol. 3 (1985).

"Stones." Violet (Spring 1987).


*Holmes, Philp (1972-78).

Early History of Northern Okanogan County. (Spokane, Washington: Whitworth College, 1953).


*Howe, Nicholas (1962-1975).

Barns. (New York: Barnes & Nobles Books, 1998).

"Caddyshack in the Mountains," Skiing, 49, no.3 (November 1996), 138.

"The Comfort of Beavers," Yankee, LX, no. 4 (April 1996), 56-61.

"Continental Drift," Skiing, 49, no. 4 (December 1996), 132-40.

"Dinosaurs in the Backyard," Yankee, LVI, no. 2 (February 1992), 86-91+.

"Expressly Heuga," Skiing, 45, no. 3 (November 1992), 78-86.

"Fatal Attraction," Yankee, 59, no. 2 (February, 1995), 48-81.

"Fun Valley: An Iowa Farmer Enters the Ski Business," Skiing, 45, no. 6 (February, 1993), 69-72.

"The Ghosts of Bartlett", Yankee, 61, no. 3 (March 1997), 58-67+.

"The Grand Tour," Skiing, 48, no. 2 (October 1995), 161, 189.

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Not Without Peril: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Misadventure on the Presidential Range of New Hampshire. (Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club, 2000).


Hurwitt, Mark (1965-67 & 1969-71).

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Update (New York Graphic Artists Guild Newsletter). Contributor

World War 3 Illustrated, (Political Comics Anthology), no. 20, 21, & 24.

Vineyard Gazette (Contributor)



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Jerome, Chris (1960-).

Kit Houses by Mail. Rev. ed. (New York: Hearst Books, 1982).

--- with Ruth Towne. Look Back at Easton. (S.l: Easton Centennial History Committee, 1976).


Jerome, John (1960-).

The Athletic Classics of John Jerome. (S.L.: Breakaway Books, 1999).

Blue Rooms: Ripples, Rivers, Pools, and Other Waters. (New York: Henry Holt & Company, 1977).

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Stone Work: Reflections on Serious Play and Other Aspects of Country Life. (Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1996).

The Sweet Spot In Time: The Search for Athletic Perfection. (S.L.: Breakaway Books, 1998).

Truck: on Rebuilding a Worn-Out Pickup, and other Post-Technological Adventures. (Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1996).

The Writing Trade: A Year in the Life. (New York: Lyons & Burford, 1995).


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Kincaid, Jamaica (1972) .

Annie, Gwen, Lilly, Pam and Tulip. (New York: Whitney Museum of American Art, 1989).

Annie John. (New York: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1985).

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My Favorite Plant: Writers and Gardeners on the Plants they Love. (New York: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1998).

My Garden (Book): (New York: Farrar, Strauss & Giroux, 1999).

----- with Lynn Geesaman, ed. Poetics of Place: Photographs. (New York: Umbrage Editions, 1998).

A Small Place. (New York: Plume, 1989).

"Girl in Snapshots: 20th century" in Mother-Daughter Fiction, Ed. Joyce Carol Oates and Janet Berliner (Boston, David R. Godine, 2000).

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Klatt, Andy (1968-69)

trans. Cuando disciplinar fue ocupar. (Santa Fe, 1850-90) = To Populate and to Discipline: Labor Market Construction in the Province of Santa Fe, Argentina, 1850-1890, by Marta Bonaudo and Elida Sonzogni . Latin American Perspectives, vol. 26, no. 1 issue, 104 (January, 1999).

trans.Una tragedia campesina, Testimonios de la resistencia, ed. by Alejandro Bendana. (Managua: Centro de Estudios Internacionales, 1991).

trans. Historia de la educacion incaica, by Daniel Valcarcel, = A History of Incan Education, (Lima: Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, 1961).

trans. Traduccion Literaria. Cogi A Mandolin Fuera de Base, by Daniel Torres, (San Juan, Puerto Rico: Editorial Isla Negra, 1995).


Knox, Sara Young (1973-1975).

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Kolbowski, Silvia (1971-74).

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*Lark, Jim (1970-)

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*Lau, Skip (1970-).

Earthbeat: an Environmental New Update Shows 1-10.(Santa Barbara, CA.: KCTV-19?, 1991). (audiovisual)

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Lemarre, Leslie (1970-).

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Lent, Jeffrey (1975-78).

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Lerner, Roy (1973-77).

New New Painting. (France: Nouvelles Ed. Francaises, Galerie Gerald Piltzer, 1992).

New New Painting: Lucy Baker . . . Roy Lerner. (Stamford, Ct.: Irene Collins Neal and Fine Art 2000, 1996).

Outside New York: Exhibited the Works, a Visual Arts Celebration, June 23-July 5, 1989. (Edmonton, Atla.: Alberta Part Art Publications (1981) Society, 1990).


Levins Morales.

Aurora (1970-74). with Rosario Morales. Getting Home Alive. (Ithaca, N.Y., Firebrand Books, 1986).

Medicine Stories: History, Culture, and the Politics of Integrity. (Cambridge, MA: South End Press, 1988).

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"Sacred Food," in: Through the Kitchen Window: Women Explore the Intimate Meaning of Food and Cooking. Ed. Arlene V. Avakian. (Boston: Beacon Press, 1997).


*Linebaugh, Peter (1972-75).

with Douglas Hay. Albion's Fatal Tree: Crime and Society in Eighteenth-century England. (New York: Pantheon Books, 1975).

The London Hanged: Crime and Civil Society in the Eighteenth Century. (Cambridge, England & New York: Cambridge University Press, 1993).

"The Ordinary of Newgate and His Account," in: Crime in England, 1500-1800. (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1977) 246-269.

The Many-Headed Hydra: Sailors, Slaves, Commoners, and the Hidden History of the Revolutionary Atlantic, (Boston: Beacon Press, 2000).


Ludwin, Ruth (1970-).

with Linda J. Noson. Compilation of Earthquake Hypocenters in Western Washington - 1979. (Olympia: State of Washington, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources, 1985).

----- with Li Ma. Focal Mechanisms of Western Washington Earthquakes and Their Relationship to Regional Tectonic Stress. (Denver, Colorado: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, 1991).


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Marlin, Debra (1970-).

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*Mason, Gene L. (1971-75).

Hugo Black and the United States Senate (Lawrence, Kans. University of Kansas, 1964).

Judges and Their Publics: Role Perceptions and Role Expectations. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1977).

The Politics of Exploitation (New York: Random House, 1973).


McGahey, Richard (1970-).

Building on Resurgence Strategic Economic Policy for New York's Future. (Albany: Director of Economic Development, 1987).

Estimating the Economic Impact of a Public Job Program. (Washington, D.C.: Neece, Cator, McGahey and Associates, 1997).

An Evaluation of New York's State's Employer-specific Skill Training Grant Program. New York: [s.n.], 1984.

Financial Services, Financial Centers: Public Policy and the Competition for Markets, Firms, and Jobs. (Boulder: Westview Press, 1990).

Jobs and Crime. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Justice, 1988).

Labor Market Segmentation, Human Capital, and the Economics of Crime. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1983).

Minorities and the Labor Market: Twenty Years of Misguided Policy. (Washington, D.C.: Joint Center for Political Studies, 1985).


McGrath, James (1970-).

Poems. [S.l.: s.n., 1993].

Sun Six: the Sixth Journal of Self Expression. (Okinawa, Japan: Dependent Schools, Pacific, 1980).

---- with J. W. Moore. Anasazi: Indian Ruins of the Southwest. (Evanston, Ill.: Sunrise Press, 1979).


*McLaughlin, Neil (1969-78).

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Mullen, Frank (1960-).

Computer Numerical Control. (Austin, Texas: UTA, Div. of Continuing Education, . . . 1986).

Guitarfest : 153 Easy Arrangements for Guitar. (Bryn Mawr, Pa.: T. Presser, 1967).

International Christmas: 152 Easy Arrangements for Guitar (with words and chord symbols. (Bryn Mawr, PA: T. Press, 1966).


*Morgan, Marilyn W. (1972-75).

Alaska Alphabet: Stories & Activities (Anchorage, Ak.: Circumpolar Press, 1994).

Children of Light: a Collection of Five Songs, Prayers, and Chants from Native American Cultures of the Southwest (Santa Fe: Press of the Palace of the Governors, Museum of New Mexico, 1974).

Navajo Suicide: Cultural Etiology of Suicide Behavior and Variant Patterns of Cultural Knowledge About Suicide (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1974).


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Nilsen, Kim R. (1960-).

The Cohos Trail: the Guidebook to New Hampshire's Great Unknown. (North Hampton, N.H.: Nicolin Fields, Pub., 2000).

Ed. Fifty-Seven Years of Ala-Rah, Ala-Rah!: a Collection of Writings About Mount Hermon and Northfield Schools. (Northfield, Mass.: Northfield Mount Hermon School, 1988).

A History of Whitefield, New Hampshire, 1774-1974. (Whitefield, N.H.: Town of Whitefield, 1974).


Nyren, Chuck (1970-).

"Are you Y3K Ready,"


"Lazy Miscellany III,"

"Love in the Ether,"

"Mackie: The Sound Revolution,"

"Or Maybe You Just Wanna Sing."


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*Osher, David (1971-78).

Early Warning, Timely Response: a Guide to Safe Schools. (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Education, Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, 1998).

Learning Disabilities: Learner Centered Approaches. (Washington, D.C.: Office of Vocational and Adult Education, 1995).


*Osher, Trina W. (1971-78).

Managing Behavioral Health Care for Children and Youth: Family Advocate's Guide. (Washington, D.C.: Bazelton Center for Mental Health Law, 1996).

Ed. Parenting Gifted and Talented Students. (Concord, N.H.: Special Education Section, New Hampshire State Department of Education, 1982).

-----with John George, A Resource Paper on the Relative Cost of Special Education. (Alexandria, VA. & Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center, 1991).


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Pack, Spencer Jay (1973-77).

Capitalism as a Moral System: Adam Smith's Critique of the Free Market Economy (Aldershot, Great Britain: Brookfield, Vt. : Edward Elgar, 1991).

Reconstructing Marxian Economics: Marx Based upon a Sraffian Commodity Theory of Value. (New York :Praeger, 1985).

Theoretical Genesis of Capital Using a Commodity Theory of Value. (Durham: University of New Hampshire, 1983).


Packard, Chris (1973-77).

Sports Illustrated: Safe Driving (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1974).


Petruzzi, Anthony (1970-)

with Daniel Weingrod. Clearing. (Watertown, Mass.: Offshore Press, 1979).

"The Effects of the Hegemony of the Idea upon the Understanding of Plato's Rhetoric," Philosophy and Rhetoric, 32.4 (1999). 368-80.

"Hermeneutic Disclosure as Freedom: John Dewey and Paulo Freire on the Non-Representational Nature of Education," Journal of Critical Pedagogy, 2.1 (1998)

"Symbolic Representation Rhetoric: A history, A Critique and a Proposal. [S.l: s.n.].


Putz, George (1960-).

The Down East Companion: a Compendium of Interesting & Informative Miscellanea. (Camden, Me.: Down East Books, 1979).

Eagles, America's Sailing Square-Rigger. (Chester, Ct.: Globe Pequot Press, 1986).

Killick Stones: A Collection of Maine Island Writing. (Rockland, Me: Island Institute, 1987).

The Maine Coast. (Secaucus, N.J.: Chartwell Books, 1985).

Marine Art Clipbook. (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold Co., 1980).

The Mariner's Catalog. (Camden, Me: International Marine Pub. Co., 1973-).

The Spirit of Massachusetts: Building a Tall Ship, 1983-1984. (Thorndike, Me.: Thorndike Press, 1984).

Wood and Canvas Kayak Building. (Camden, Me.: International Pub. Co., 1990).



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Raimondo, Justin (1970-).

Clinton's Hate Campaign Against the Right: The Oklahoma City Bombing and the Campaign to Crush Dissent. (Burlingame, CA.: Center for Libertarian Studies, 1995).

An Enemy of the State: The Life of Murray N. Rothbard. (Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books, 2000).

In Praise of Outlaws: Rebuilding Gay Liberation. (San Francisco, CA.: Students for a Libertarian Society, 1979).

Into the Bosnian Quagmire: The Case Against U.S. Intervention in the Balkans. (Burlingame, CA.: American First Political Action Committee).

Reclaiming the American Right: The Lost Legacy of the Conservative Movement. (Burlingame, CA.: Center for Libertarian Studies, 1993).


Repp, John. (1975-77).

Ed. How We Live Now: Contemporary Multicultural Literature. (Boston: Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press, 1992).

Things Work Out. (Palanquin Press, 1998).

Thirst Like This: Poems. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1990).


Richardson, Elaine Potter (see Jamaica Kincaid).


Roberts, Larry (1969-73). Business Editor for the Washington Post.


Rogers, Ann (1960-).

A Basque Story Cook Book. (New York: Scribner, 1968).

-----with Linda Angy, et. al. Bibliographies of Contemporary American Poets from Memphis State University. (Memphis: Memphis State University, 1981). 9v.

A Cookbook for Poor Poets and Others. (New York: Scribner, 1966).

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*Saal, Diana R. (1975-78).

A Study of the Development of Object Conception in Infancy: Varying the Degree of Discrepancy Between the Disappearing and Reappearing Object. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI, 1975).


Schine, Gary L. (1969-73).

Cancer Cure: The Complete Guide to Finding and Getting the Best Care There Is. (New York: Kensington Books, 1996)

If the President Had Cancer -- : Cancer Care: How to Find and Get the Best There Is. (Providence, R.I.: Sandra Publications, 1994).

-----with Eugene Merfeld. How Can You Buy a Business Without Overpaying: More Money Left on Your Side of the Table. (New York: Consultant Press, 1991).

How to Avoid 101 Small Business Mistakes, Myths & Misconceptions. (New York: Consultant Press, 1991).

How to Sell Your Business for More Money: More Money in Your Pocket With or Without a Broker. (New York: Consultant Press, 1991).


Seltzer, Mark (1970-).

Bodies and Machines. (New York: Routledge, 1992).

Henry James & the Art of Power. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1984).

---- with Wayne Pond, et. al. New World Encounters; and Social Engines. (North Carolina, Research Triangle Park: National Humanities Center, 1992). [Recording]

Serial Killers: Death and Life in America's Wound Culture. (New York: Routledge, 1998).


*Sheehan, Donald (1973-78).

"An Interview with James Merrill," Contemporary Literature, IX (Winter 1968), 1-15.

Mountains Intervals: Poems from the Frost Place, 1977-1986. (Franconia, N.H.: The Frost Place, 1987).

----- with David Keller. Satura: Five Poems. (Madison, Wis.: Francesca Press, 1969).

"The Silver Sensibility: Five Recent Books of American poetry," Contemporary Literature, XII, (1971), 98-121.

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Sher, Paul P. (1970-).

The Biology of Parasitism: A Molecular and Immunological Approach. (New York: Liss, 1988).

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The Laboratory Diagnosis of Acute Mycocardial Infarction. (New York: Ayerst, 1980).

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Simmons, Janice Fitzpatrick (1974-77).

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Sizensky, Liz (1975-78).

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Slattery, Susan Grant (1968-72).

From Text to Hypertext: Defining a Rhetoric for Software Documentation. (Wilmington: University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 1994).

Night Hitchhiker (S.l: s.n., 1997).

One Night Stands. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts, 1976).


Stiles, Craig A. (1966-67).

Geology and Alteration of the West Fork of Mayfield Creek Area: Custer County, Idaho. (Idaho: University of Idaho, 1976).


*Sweet, William (1970-72).

"Europe's Postwar Generations," Congressional Quarterly, Inc. (December 18, 1981).

"The Nuclear Age: Energy, Proliferation and the Arms Race," Congressional Quarterly Inc. (1984 & 1988).

"Reagan's Defense Buildup," Congressional Quarterly Inc., vol. 1, no. 16, (1984).

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"World Debt Crisis," Congressional Quarterly, Inc. 1983, v. 1, no. 3. 47-64..


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Talen, William (1970-).

Here It Is the One and Only Evening Sky. (Philadelphia: Middle Earth Books, 1974).

Roadkill Poems. (Lisbon, N.H. :[s.n.], 1974.)


Turianksy, Wayne (1967-68).

Sandcast (Plainfield, Vt: North Atlantic Books, 1975).

"Poems," IO (Plainfield, Vt.: North Atlantic Books) No. 21.


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Ujlaki, Stephen (1971-75).

Hot Spot

Hostile Intent (HBO)

Loch Ness (producer)

Nightworld: Riddler's Moon (executive producer)

Nightworld: Survivor (UPN) Telefilm)

Producing TV Movies: An Insider's Perspective. Video Age International (February/March 1999).

Thirty Years to Life (UPN).



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*Walker, Nancy (1971-78).

Stages of Womanhood in Katherine Mansfield Prelude. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts, 1976)

"Eldergarten Curriculm," Oklahoma Review 2000

"Cloud Chamber," North Dakota Quarterly, 2000

"Lenses: Remembering Warren," North Dakota Review, 1998

"Pacific Rogue," Exposures: Essays by Missouri Women, 1997

"Elsewhere," Central Park, 1991

"Writing Writing," Rhetoric Review, 1989


Wallace, Judy (1965-69).

The Eatgood Revival. [Illustrated by Holly Finlay]. (New York: Hastings House, 1972).


*Wallace, Michael (1970-72).

American Violence: a Documentary History. (New York: Vintage Books, 1971).

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The Ideologies of Party in the Ante-Bellum Republic. (Ann Arbor, Mich.: UMI,1976).

Intergovernmental Organization Data, 1816-1964. (Ann Arbor, Mich. Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1970).

Terrorism. (New York: The New York Times, 1979).


Wang, Arthur (1965-70).

"Asians Americans: Breaking Down the Stereotypes," InterACTION, II:9 (June 1974), 5-11.

Comment, Legislative History in Washington, 7 U. Puget Sound Law Review, 571 (1984).

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Wessner, Laura (1971-75).

Elope: Poems. (San Francisco, Calif. San Francisco State University, 1976).


West, Mark I. (1973-1978).

Aesthetics, Imagination, and Children's Culture: an Examination of Children's Play and Entertainment in 19th century America. (Green Bay, WI: University of Wisconsin, 1980).

Before Oz: Juvenile Fantasy Stories from 19th century America. (Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1989.

Children, Culture and Controversy. (Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1988).

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Roald Dahl. (New York: Twayne; Maxwell Macmillan, 1992).

Trust Your Children: Voices Against Censorship in Children's Literature. (New York: Neal-Schuman Pub., 1988).

Wellsprings of Imagination: The Homes of Children's Authors. (New York: Neal-Schuman Pub., 1992).

Westward to a High Mountain: the Colorado Writings of Helen Hunt Jackson. (Denver: Colorado Historical Society, 1994).

Wondrous Menagerie: Animal Fantasy Stories from American Children's Literature.(Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, 1994).


*Westhaver, Kenneth H. (1964-78).

Imagination + the Demons (Franconia, N.H.: Franconia College Press, 1967).


Wheeler, George (1973-78).

Pierpont Morgan and Friends: the Anatomy of a Myth. (Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1973).


Whiting, Patricia (1960-).

"Literal and Literary Representations of the Family in The Mysteries of Udolpho"' Eighteenth-Century Fiction, VIII, no. 4 (1996), 485-501.


*Wilson, Gregory (1970-).

Bethlehem, New Hampshire: a Bicentennial History. Bethlehem, N.H. :Bondcliff Books for the Town, 1999).

Bethlehem, New Hampshire: a Bicentennial History. (Rev. ed.) (Littleton, N.H.: Bondcliff Books for the Town of Bethlehem, 1999).



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Yale, Andy (1973-77).

"At the Bottom of the Well: Groundwater Pollution from Wood Guard Lumber Plant in Alderson, W. Va.," The Nation, v. 250 (Jan. 8-15, 1990), 51-2.

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"Down Here on the Edge of Things," The Nation, v. 249 (November 20, 1989) 591-2.


*Yerburgh, Mark R. (1970-).

The League for Industrial Democracy, a Documentary History. (Westport, Ct: Greenwood Press, 1980).

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