Publications

 



Selected Publications of Creative Work


“A Chorus of Voices.”  (excerpts from The Bridge Party and from “How I Came to Write The Bridge Party.”)  The Hedgebrook Journal, August, 1999.

“Sally Hemings at the Herbst Theatre.”  Stagebill, Program Notes.  April 2001.

“Sally Hemings in Performance.”  Stagebill, Program Notes.  March 2001.

A Chance Meeting.  Great Lakes Review.  1.2 (2013): 20-41.

Do You Like Philip Roth?  Eleven Eleven.  California College of the Arts. 7 (2009): 21-6.

From the Diary of Sally Hemings, song cycle on CD, White Pine Music, soprano Alyson Cambridge with pianist Lydia Brown, 2010.

From the Diary of Sally Hemings.  Song cycle score and libretto, E. B. Marks Music at Hal Leonard Corporation, 2011.

From the Diary of Sally Hemings.  Michigan Quarterly Review. XL.4 (2001): 611-27.  Introduction by William Bolcom.

Music History.  East Lansing, Michigan: East End Press, 2015.

Night Song. Obsidian II: Black Literature in Review 4.3 (1989).  53-64.  [short story]

The Bridge Party. Revised Edition.  East Lansing, Michigan: East End Press, 2016.

The Bridge Party.  Strange Fruit: An Anthology of Plays on Lynching by American Women.  Ed. Kathy Perkins and Judith Stephens.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1998.320-65.

The Will. East Lansing, Michigan: East End Press, 2015.


 

Selected Non-Fiction Work


Adapting Work for the Stage, about Cyrus Colter one-act play, The Dramatist, March/April 2013, 22-23

Betty Price and George Nelson: Spreading the Word about Modern Design, Modernism Magazine, Fall 2011.

 “‘The Great Big Pahty’: My Grandmother and Paul Lawrence Dunbar.”  Midwestern Miscellany 34 (2006): 85-92 (memoir).


 

Selected Scholarly Work


 

“A Raisin in the Sun: A Study in Afro-American Culture.”  Midwestern Miscellany XX (1992): 40-9.

“Cyrus Colter.”  Dictionary of Midwestern Literature. Ed. Philip A. Greasley.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001. 115 – 116.

“Lorraine Hansberry.”  Dictionary of Midwestern Literature. Ed. Philip A. Greasley. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001. 240 – 242.

“Theodore Ward.”  Dictionary of Midwestern Literature. Ed. Philip A. Greasley.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001. 519 – 520.

Book Chapter, “African American Women Playwrights Confront Violence: A Critical Study of Nine Dramatists.”  Patricia A. Young.  McFarland Publications.

History of Mount Lebanon Missionary Baptist Church.  Ed. Sandra Seaton.  Microfilm roll with introduction.  Tennessee State Library and Archives.  January, 1999.

History of the Dyer Johnson Family.  Ed. Sandra Seaton.  Microfilm roll with introduction. Tennessee State Library and Archives.  January, 1999.

 

 

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