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A Marge Piercy Bibliography
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BREAKING CAMP (poems), Wesleyan University Press, 1968.
HARD LOVING (poems), Wesleyan University Press, 1969.
GOING DOWN FAST (novel) Trident, 1969; Fawcett, 1981.
DANCE THE EAGLE TO SLEEP (novel), Doubleday, 1970; Fawcett, 1971.
4-TELLING (poems with Emmett Jarrett, Dick Lourie, Robert Hershon), The Crossing Press,
Trumansburg, N.Y., 1971.
SMALL CHANGES (novel), Doubleday, 1973; Fawcett, 1974.
TO BE OF USE (poems), Doubleday, 1973.
LIVING IN THE OPEN (poems), Knopf, 1976.
WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME (novel), Knopf, 1976; Fawcett, l977.
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, (novel), Harper and Row, 1978; Fawcett, 1980.
THE LAST WHITE CLASS (play co-authored with Ira Wood), The Crossing Press, 1979.
THE MOON IS ALWAYS FEMALE (poems), Knopf, 1980.
VIDA (novel), Summit, 1980; Fawcett, 1981.
CIRCLES ON THE WATER: Selected Poems of Marge Piercy, Knopf, 1982.
PARTI-COLORED BLOCKS FOR A QUILT, (essays) Arbor Press, U. of Michigan, 1982.
BRAIDED LIVES (novel), Summit, 1982; Fawcett/Ballantine, 1983.
STONE, PAPER, KNIFE (poems), Knopf, l983.
FLY AWAY HOME (novel), Summit, 1984; Fawcett/Ballantine, 1985.
MY MOTHER'S BODY (poems), Knopf, April, 1985.
GONE TO SOLDIERS (novel), Summit, 1987, Fawcett/Ballantine, 1988.
EARLY RIPENING: American Women's Poetry Now, (anthology edited with an
introduction), Unwin Hyman, July 1988; Harper SanFrancisco, 1993.
AVAILABLE LIGHT (poems), Knopf, February, 1988.
SUMMER PEOPLE (novel), Summit, 1989, Fawcett/Ballantine, 1990.
THE EARTH SHINES SECRETLY: A BOOK OF DAYS, (daybook calendar), Zoland Books,1990.
HE, SHE AND IT (novel), Knopf, 1991, Fawcett/Ballantine, 1993.
MARS AND HER CHILDREN (poems), Knopf, April 1992.
THE LONGINGS OF WOMEN (novel), Fawcett, March 1994
THE LONGINGS OF WOMEN (large type), GK Hall & Co., 1994.
CITY OF DARKNESS, CITY OF LIGHT (novel), Fawcett/Ballantine, 1996.
WHAT ARE BIG GIRLS MADE OF? (poems), Knopf, 1997.
STORM TIDE (novel) with Ira Wood, Fawcett/Ballantine, 1998.
EARLY GRRRL (poems), Leapfrog Press,1999.
THE ART OF BLESSING THE DAY: Poems with a Jewish Theme, Knopf, 1999.
THREE WOMEN (novel), William Morrow, 1999, Harper Torch, 2001.
SO YOU WANT TO WRITE (non-fiction), Leapfrog, 2001.
SLEEPING WITH CATS (memoir), Wm. Morrow, 2002.


DANCE THE EAGLE TO SLEEP, London: W.H. Allen, 1971, paperback Pan.
THE HIGH COST OF LIVING, The Women's Press, 1978.
VIDA, The Women's Press Ltd., 1980; paperback 1980, Penguin.
BRAIDED LIVES, Allen Lane, 1982, paperback Penguin, 1983
FLY AWAY HOME, Chatto & Windus, 1984.
STONE, PAPER, KNIFE, Pandora, 1983.
MY MOTHER'S BODY, Pandora, 1985.
SMALL CHANGES, Penguin, 1987.
GONE TO SOLDIERS, Michael Joseph, 1987, Penguin , 1988.
EARLY RIPENING: American Women's Poetry Now, (Anthology edited with an introduction),
Pandora, 1987; Penguin, 1993.
AVAILABLE LIGHT, Pandora, 1988.
SUMMER PEOPLE, Michael Joseph, 1989, Penguin, 1990.
BODY OF GLASS, Michael Joseph, April 1992.
THE LONGINGS OF WOMEN, Michael Joseph, 1994, Penguin 1994
THE LONGINGS OF WOMEN (Large Type), Chivers Press, 1994
CITY OF DARKNESS, CITY OF LIGHT, Michael Joseph, 1997, Penguin 1998.
THE ART OF BLESSING THE DAY (poems), Five Leaves Publications, 1998.
WRITTEN IN BONE: The Early Poems of Marge Piercy, Five Leaves Publications, 1998.
THREE WOMEN (novel), Piatkus, 2000.


METTI L'AQUILA A DORMIRE (DANCE THE EAGLE), trans. by Attilio Veraldi, Italy: Garzanti,
SMA FORANDRINGER (SMALL CHANGES), trans. by Mona Lyngar, Norway: Pax Forlag, 1979.
Hertha Zidek, Germany: Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, 1986.
KVINDE VED TIDENS RAND (WOMAN ON THE EDGE), trans. by Arne Herlov Petersen,
Denmark: Glydendals Paperbacks, 1983.
Holland: Uitgeverij Bert Bakker, 1986.
KVINNE VED TIDENS RAND (WOMAN ON THE EDGE) trans. by Tone Formo, Norway: Pax
Forlag, 1981.
WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME, Israel, Second Sex Press.
EEN HOGE PRIJS (THE HIGH COST OF LIVING), translated by Mieke Lindenburg, Holland: Bert
Bakker, 1983.
VIDA, trans. by Arne Herlov Petersen, Denmark: Gyldendal, 1982.
VIDA, trans. by Dominique Marion, France: Acropole, 1981.
VIDA, trans. by Tone Formo, Norway: Pax Forlag, 1980.
VIDA, Holland, Bert Bakker.
VIDA, Helsinborg, Sweden: Forum, 1983
JILL OG DONNA (BRAIDED LIVES), trans. by Ida Elisabeth Hammerich, Denmark: Gyldendal,
1983, Gyldendals Paperbacks, 1985.
LAEREAR (BRAIDED LIVES), trans. by Eli Oftedal, Norway: Pax Forlag, 1983.
VANINNOR (BRAIDED LIVES), Sweden: Forum Annika Preis, 1984.
FLY AWAY HOME, Norway, Grondahl.
FLY AWAY HOME, Sweden, Forum.
FLYV HJEM (FLY AWAY HOME), trans. by Hanne Tang Grodal, Denmark: Gyldendal, 1985,
reprinted 1988.
LA SAISON JOLIE (GONE TO SOLDIERS), trans. by Francoise Mayneris, France: Stock, 1987.
FARE FARE KRIGSMANN (GONE TO SOLDIERS, 2 volumes), Norway: Pax Forlag, 1987.
I KRIG (GONE TO SOLDIERS), 2 volumes, Denmark, translated by Hanne Tang Grodal, Gyldendals
Paperbacks, printed in Denmark 1990.
DEN LANGA NATTEN (GONE TO SOLDIERS), Stockholm, Sweden: Oversattning Annika Preis,
Forum, 1989.
GONE TO SOLDIERS, Germany, Bunt Buch.
GONE TO SOLDIERS, Holland, Uniebock.
I GIORNI DELL'ODIO (GONE TO SOLDIERS), translated by Grazia Gatti, Milano, Italy:
Sperling and Kupfer, 1988, paperback 1993.
HET STILLE FRONT (GONE TO SOLDIERS) Van Holkema & Warendorf, 1990 (Dutch).
SUL FILO DEL TEMPO (WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME), trans. by Andrea Buzzi, Italy:
Eleuthera, 1990.
SOMMER VENNER (SUMMER PEOPLE), Gylendal, Denmark, translated by Tim Kane,1991.
SHIRA (HE, SHE AND IT), Gyldendal, Denmark, translated by Birthe Lundsgaard, 1993.
EN FANTASTISK MANN (HE, SHE AND IT), translated by Tone Formo, Pax Forlag, Oslo,1993.
DONNA UND JILL (BRAIDED LIVES), translated by Heidi Zerning, Argument-Verlag, Hamburg,
Germany, 1994.
CYBERGOLEM (HE, SHE AND IT), Eleuthera, 1995 (Italian).
KVINDERS LAENGSLER, (LONGINGS OF WOMEN) Gyldendals Paperbacks, 1996 (Danish)
DESIRS DE FEMMES - Belfond 1995 (French)
SEHNSUCHTE - (THE LONGINGS OF WOMEN) German. Roman edition Ariadne 1996.
WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME Japanese Translation, Kazuko Kondon, 1997.


"Burokratische Verwandlung" ("Metamorphosis into bureaucrat"), Frauen gemeinsam sind stark!
(WOMEN'S LIBERATION), Verlag Roter Stern, 1977.
"Ein kunstliches Stuck", translated by Miriam Frank; Frauenkalender 1978.
"La Mas Clara Alegria", trans. by Beth Miller in SIETE POETAS NORTEAMERICANAS
CONTEMPORANEAS, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, 1978.
MANEARET (The Lunar Cycle), trans. by Merete Rod Larsen, Norway: Pax Forlag, 1983.
"Raiskausruno" ("Rape Poem") in Finnish 1987 calendar Naisten Rauhankalenteri.
"Vennen" ("The Friend"), translated by Merete Alfsen, KVINNERS DIKT OM KJAERLIGHET,
Norway: Bokklubbens Lyrikkvenner, 1987, p. 100.
"Le corps de ma mere" ("My mother's body"), bilingual, translated by Michel Pasquier and Olivier
Apert, Aires 9, summer, 1989, p.20-26.
"Kragin" ("The Crunch"), "Arkan kulmas kambris" ("I awoke with the room cold"), "Kreeka
kassid" (The cats of Greece"), "Kogunegem joele" (Let us gather at the river"), translated by
Indrek Tart and Julian Urt into Estonian in Paevaleht, 8 April 1990, p.2.


"Memory Annex" in Dutch ONDER TWEE OGEN, Amsterdam: Contact, 1988, p. 133-136.
"Die grobe kalte Wut", The Grand Coolie Dam; WOMEN'S LIBERATION/FRAUEN GEMEINSAM
SIND STARK!, Verlag Roter Stern, 1977.
Autobiography from CONTEMPORARY AUTHORS, Ariadne Forum: Bausteine fur eine
feministische Kultur, Argument Verlag, Hamburg, Germany, 1993/94.


"Dialectic," "Ceremony", Generation, vol.8, no.1, Fall 1956, pp.14-15.
"The survivor", Generation, vol.8, no.2, Winter 1957, p. 25.
"Library garden", Michigan Quarterly Review, Spring 1958.
"The widow", "Dowager, down at heels", Tri-Quarterly, Winter 1959.
"Antaea", "Icon", Transatlantic Review, Spring 1961, pp.66-67.
"Night piece", "Exactly how I pursue you," NOW, January 1962.
"Bole and blossom and briar", December Magazine, Winter 1963.
"Girl in white", "A few ashes for Sunday morning," Epoch, Fall 1963.
"Song", Michigan Quarterly Review, Summer 1963.
"Adolescent waking", "Becoming a god", "Your eyes are hard, and other surprises", Epoch, Fall
"A kid on her way", "Postcard from the garden", Carleton Miscellany, Summer 1965.
"World problem", "S. dead", "Clinic hallway", Things, no.2, Summer 1965, pp.10-12.
"This prowling zoo", "Leaves instead of rice", Chelsea, #l7.
"Compounded interest", Epos, vol.17, no.1, Fall 1965, p.15.
"A valley where I don't belong", Transatlatic Review, vol. 19, Fall 1965, pp.72-73.
"A cold and married war", Fiddlehead, Summer 1966.
"August, submerging", Penny Paper, Radical Arts Project, Vol.1, no.1, Oct. 21, 1966.
"Visiting a dead man on a summer day", Carleton Miscellany, Winter 1967.
"The tour", American Dialogue, vol.4, no.2, Autumn 1967, p. 11.
"Hallow Eve with spaces for ghosts", Prairie Schooner, Fall 1967.
"August", Prairie Schooner, Spring 1967.
"Gasman invites the skyscrapers to dance", "The skyscrapers of the financial district dance with
Gasman", "Tunneling", "Dismissal", "Concerning the mathematician", Hanging Loose, #2.
"Sign", "A married walk in a hot place", Shenandoah, Fall 1967.
"Thing-song", Trace, vol.3, Winter 1967-68, p.351.
"Sunday evening", The Transatlantic Review, no.27, Winter 1967-68, p.101.
"Half past home", "Why the soup tastes like the Daily News", Hanging Loose #3, 1968.
"I am a light you could read by", "The cyclist", New, vol.6, April 1968, pp.30-31.
"Rain falls on Ioannina", Hanging Loose: American Writers in Greece, vol. 4, Winter 1967.
"Curse of the earth magician on a metal land", "Community",CAW, vol.1, 1968, pp.84-85.
"The friend", "Missing person", "Afterlife", Hanging Loose, #5, 1968.
"Becoming strangers", "Green, the color of katydid", Prairie Schooner, Winter 1968-69.
"The attenuation", "The death of the small commune", Minnesota Review, Vol. 8, #4, 1969.
"Wedding pictures", "The organizer's bogeyman", "Easy", New, #8, Dec. 1968, pp. 1-5.
"Sojourners", "Trajectory of the travelling Susan", "Absence becomes a fact", Poltergeist II, 1968,
"Erasure", "I still feel you", "The neighbor", Carleton Miscellany, 1969.
"Metamorphosis into bureaucrat", Motive, vol.29, #6 & 7, March-April 1969, p.24.
"How we marry each other", "Fathers and Sons", "Walking with you unknown", Premiere, #7,
1969, pp.46-48.
"Address to the players", Liberation News Service, #148, March 15, 1969, p.9.
"Walking into love", Hanging Loose, #7, 1969.
"Joy as a point", Apple, #3, 1969, p. 23.
"Someplace else", "I will not be your sickness", "Never-never", Hearse, #10, 1969, pp.16-17.
"Song of the fucked duck", Hanging Loose, #8, 1969.
"Bronchitis on the l4th floor", Minnesota Review, Vol. IX, #2, 1969.
"Unclench yourself", "The connection is broken", "16/53", "Hare in Winter", New, #10, September
1969, pp.28-30.
"In praise of salt and water", Leviathan 3, 1969, p.34.
"In family", "Your face", "Somehow", "After the execution: A manual of etiquette", "Finger-song",
Pyramid, Fall 1969.
"With child", "Susan in the magician's cave", "A long reconnaissance", "Waking one afternoon in my
best dress", University of Tampa Poetry Review, #16, 1969, pp. 6-7.
"Letter to be disguised as a gas bill", Mass. Review, Vol XII, #2.
"Meditation in my favorite position", Transatlantic Review, #31, Winter 1968-69, pp.57-58.
"Agitprop", "Plato`s trees", "Summer school", Hanging Loose, #10, 1969.
"Magnetic storm", "The fairly formal seduction", Hearse, #14, 1970, pp.35-36.
"The sacrifice", "The fear", Hearse, #13, 1970, p.1.
"Addressing my backbone", "The winning argument", Hanging Loose, #11.
"Witnessing your wedding", "The hotel by the Turkish bridge", Hanging Loose, #13, 1970.
"A work of artiface", Leviathan, vol.2, #1, May 1970, p.43.
"Burying blues for Janis", Up from Under, vol.1,#3, Jan.-Feb. 1971, p.54.
"The mimic", New, #16, September-October 1971, P.41.
"A shadow play for guilt", Earth's Daughters, February 1971.
"Night letter", Aphra, vol.2, #2, Spring 1971, pp.53-54.
"Unlearning to not speak", Folio, October 1971.
"Elements of sisterhood", Off our Backs, Spring 1971.
"Due process in Calumet City", Free Women, 1971.
"A just anger", "I woke with the room cold", "Beautiful weeper", Reflections, #l, 1971, pp.2,9,17.
"The woman in the ordinary", 100 Flowers, 1971.
"The nuisance", The Little Magazine, vol.5, #3 & 4, Fall/Winter 197l-72, p.13.
"Gracious goodness", "Make me feel it", "There is no known way to tickle a clam", Hanging
Loose, #14, 1971.
"When the drout broke", Unicorn Broadside, 1971.
"Catalytic", The Second Wave, Vol. 1, #3, 1971, p.7.
"Kneeling here I feel good", "Councils", "The visiting poet drag", Hanging Loose, #16, 1971.
"The best defense is offensive", "Hindsight", "The clearest joy", Hearse, #15, 1971, pp.6-8.
"Law and order", Berkeley Tribe, Vol 6, #7, Sept. 24-Oct. 1, 197l, p.2.
"Riptide", Good Times, Summer 1971.
"The matter: the tower struck by lightning reversed", "The influence passing, the foundation or
base: knight of swords", "The influence coming into play: the seven of pentacles", "The
aim, the best that can be hoped for: the magician", "Querent's attitude as it bears upon the
matter: the three of cups", University Review, #22, 1972, pp.17-18, 31.
"Barbie doll", Moving Out, March 1971.
"What you waited for", Abortion: The Right to Choose, 1971, p.14.
"The big one", Unmuzzled Ox, February 1972.
"In the men's room(s)", Aphra, vol.3, #3, Summer 1972, pp.15-16.
"For a radical poet", The Boston Phoenix, May 1973.
"The spring offensive of the snail", Liberated Guardian, Spring l972.
"Infighting", "The turn", Harrison Street Review, #3, 1972, p.16.
"Three weeks in the state of loneliness", "Bloody Kansas in spring", Hanging Loose, #17, 1972.
"Cold head, cold heart", "Photographing the cameraman," "Meetings like hungry beaks", "Two
higher mammals", "Taking it softly", Hellcoal Annual, #2, 1972, pp.117-121.
"Laying Down the Tower", a sequence of eleven poems, published as a special center section of Off our
Backs, March 1972, pp.11-18, and New, #19, Fall 1972, pp.4-18.
"He cuts loose", Everywoman, Vol. 3, #l Issue 29, February 1972, p.10.
"A shadow play for guilt", The Lamp in the Spine, #5, Fall l972, pp.28-30.
"Making love", Equal Time, 1972, p.66.
"The thrifty lover", Unmuzzled Ox, Vol. 2, #1,2, 1972.
"Back and forth", "The unaccepted confession", Clown War, #2, Nov. 1972.
"Red brick monument", "I evoke the grey fox", "The hungry ear", Some, #4, 1973, pp.60-64.
"Contribution to our museum", "Coming through the air", Street Cries, 1973, pp.8,31.
"To the pay toilet", The Bishop's Pawn, August 1973, Vol.1, #8, p.2.
"Rough Times", Rough Times, Vol 3, #4, Feb/Mar. 1973, p.20.
"She leaves", "Marking a place", Nevermind, Vol l, #l, 1973.
"For a radical poet", The Boston Phoenix, May l, 1973.
"Doing it differently", Anon, Vol.7, 1973, pp.9-14.
"The bumpity road to mutual devotion", "Making Contact", Aye, Vol. 1 #l, 1973.
"Lies", Ploughshares, Fall 1973.
"Daily life of the worker bee", The Second Wave, Fall 1973.
"Women's laughter", Elima, #l, 1973, pp.110-111.
"All clear", "After the execution: a manual of etiquette", Sojourner, #l, 1974, pp.23-24.
"A short dark turning", Lamp in the Spine, Fall/Winter 1973-74, pp.144-145.
"High frequency", "Different colors of regret", Chelsea, 1973.
"Circling", Best Friends, #3, 1973.
"January thaw", Whirlwind, 1973.
"To be of use", "We become new", Lunch, October 1973.
"Cod summer", "Seedlings in the mail", Poetry Now, Vol 1,#l,1973.
"The quiet fog", Southern Poetry Review, Vol. 3, 1973.
"Healing the weariness", Ironwood, 3, Spring/Summer 1973.
"Roll on Detroit", Jam To-day, #, 1973.
"Indian pipe", "On Castle Hill", Mosaic, #3, Winter 1973/74, pp.6-7.
"The summer invasion and the fall", "In transit", Wednesday Nights, 1974, pp.18-20.
"Sealed night", Sunbury, Vol. 1, #2, October 1974, pp.73-74.
"A certain party", Best Friends, #4, Fall 1974.
"A proposal for recycling wastes", "The ordinary gauntlet", l3th Moon, Vol. 2, #l, 1974.
"You wake up on Great Jones St. alone for once", "Sunflower song", "Elsewhere", "Carried over
Michigan", Connections, #3, Fall 1974.
"Living in the open", Anon, #8, 1974, pp.64-66.
"Skimpy day at the solstice," The Atlantic Monthly, September 1974.
"The taste of fatigue", "The vocation, like a pit", Aye, Vol 2, #l, Oct, 1974.
"Wreath of burrs and larkspur", Out of sight, #98, September 1974.
"You don't understand me", Mosaic, #4, 1974, p.3.
"The ritual", Sistrum, 1974, Ann Arbor, MI.
"Fitting together", Poetry Now, Vol l, #3, 1974.
"Looking at quilts", Aphra, Vol.5 #3, Fall 1974, pp.24-25.
"The token woman", Chomo-Uri, Vol. 1, #2, Fall 1974, pp.4-5.
"Homesick song", New, #22 & 23, Fall/Winter 1973-74, p.37.
"Between the end and the acceptance of the end", "People of the shell", "Daphne", The New Salt
Creek Reader, Vol.6, #2, Spring 1974, pp.72-74.
"Missoula rape poem", Red War Sticks, 1974.
"Return match", "Phases of the sun", Seneca Review, Vol 5, #1, May 1974.
"The daily life of the worker bee", Second Wave, Vol 3, #2, 1974, p.21.
"Exodus", "The new novel", Some Broadside, 1974.
"The meaningful exchange", "The long drought", "The doughty oaks", "Promises, Threats",
"Complaint of the exhausted author", The Little Magazine, Vol.8, #3 & 4, 1975, pp.41-47.
"An eager volunteer", "She stands alone in the sixth week", Bad Breath, Winter 1975.
"Images emerging", Poetry Now, Vol. 2 #5, 1975, p.17.
"The rape poem", Woman Tide, Vol.1, #2, April 1975.
"Eye contact", Connections, April 1975.
"Sutter's gold", "The box," Big Moon, Winter, Vol. 1, #l, 1975, pp.55-57.
"The breast", "Childe's ballads revisited", "In transit", The Speculum, #2, 1975, pp.25-28.
"Rented door", "Man hung on himself", Bosarts, Vol. l, #3, January 1975, p.17.
"The incumbent", Aspen Leaves, 1975, p.14.
"The window of the woman burning", Sunbury, #3, 1975, pp.65-66.
"Hello up there", Earth`s Daughters, 5/6, Fall 1975.
"Flat on my back", "Who might have been friends", The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Spring 1975.
"At the core", The Atlantic Monthly, December 1975.
"The woman in the ordinary", "A work of artifice", "A just anger", "To be of use", Women's
Perspectives, Vol. 3, #l, October 1975, p.6.
"The meaningful exchange", Ten Michigan Women Poets, 1975.
"Ghosts", American Poetry Review, Vol 4, #6, 1975.
"The homely war", Poetry Review, Vol. 2, 1975.
"Athena in the front lines", Room of One's Own, Summer 1975.
"For Inez Garcia", Off Our Backs, Vol.5, #4, April/May 1975, p.21.
"Unlearning not to speak", Randolph/Macon Women's College Alumni Bulletin, Vol 69, Fall 1975, p.20.
"The air like stained glass cuts me", Word Weavings, December 1975.
"Phyllis wounded", "A pain in the head", "Sour is the victory", "For Shoshana" The Feminist Art
Journal, Vol.4, #4, Winter 1975-76, pp.34-35.
"Insomnia", "The stingy plumtree", The Blacksmith, 1975, pp.58-59.
"Sand roads", The Atlantic Monthly, August 1975.
"To the TV Interviewer", "The dry edge of nostalgia", Best Friends, Vol.5, January 1976, pp.86-87.
"Braille", Bits, 4, July 1976.
"Expecting", Painted Bride Quarterly, Winter 1976.
"Woman of letters", Connections, 1976.
"The root canal", Hard Pressed, #2, 1976.
"Spring Planting", Provincetown Poets, Vol 2, #l, 1976, p.46.
"After swimming", "Beauty I would suffer for", Mass. Review, #l, 1976.
"A bonded affair", The Painted Bride Quarterly, Vol 3, #4, 1976.
"Trying to attract your attention without being too obvious", "Slowly disentangling", "Two in the bad
morning", "Nightcrawler", Sun and Moon, #2, Spring 1976.
"Sacramento, Colorado springs, Geneva, Middlebury", The Little Magazine, Vol 10, #l,2,
Spring/Summer 1976, pp.31-32.
"For shelter and beyond", Sojourner, Vol 2, #2, October 1976, p.9.
"Who ever forgives?", Out of Sight, Vol. 3, #2, 1976.
"Hummingbird", Poetry Now, Vol 3, #2, 1976.
"Doors in the wind and the water", "War, long war," Moon and Lion's Tailes, Vol 2, #2, 1976, pp.9-12.
"How I weave trouble", "My chart", Little Magazine, Vol l0,#l,2, 1976, pp.30-33.
"Crows", l00 Flowers Anthology, 75/76.
"What is permitted", Moondance, 1977.
"You ask why sometimes I say stop", Outpost, June 1977.
"Going in", Gravida, l2, Vol. 3, #4, 1977, p.53.
"The summer we almost split", Out of Sight, 1977.
"The engulfing garden", The Little Magazine, Vol.11, #1, Spring 1977, p.6.
"Item:me", Painted Bride Quarterly, Vol. 4, #2, 1977.
"Smalley bar", Pulp, Summer 1977.
"Broad daylight", "The summer invasion and the fall", Poets On, #2, 1977.
"If they come in the night", "The Market Economy", Red Weather, Vol.1, #2, Winter 1977, p.3.
"In the wet", Pulp, Summer 1977.
"A gift of light", Minnesota Review, Spring 1977.
"The twelve-spoked wheel flashing", Open Places, June 1977.
"Three months exile", Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Winter 1977.
"What the owl sees", Calyx, Vol 2, #1, 1977.
"Five thousand miles", Speakout, Summer/Fall 1977.
"The Greater Grand Rapids lover poem", The Little Magazine, Vol.11, #1, Spring 1977, pp.6-8.
"The Lansing bad penny come again blues", Open Places, June 1977.
"Your eyes where I float", Provincetown Magazine, Vol. l, #l, June 1977, p.11.
"Nothing you can have", Mass. Review, Spring 1977.
"Archipelago", Painted Bride Quarterly, Vol 4, #2, 1977.
"The first salad of March", Outpost, June 1977.
"The love of lettuce", Speakout, Summer/Fall 1977.
"Martha as the angel Gabriel", The l3th Moon, Vol 3, #2, 1977.
"Slow light of the firefly", "Under Red Aries", Mississippi Mud, 1977.
"Snow in May", Open Places, June 1977.
"Moon child", "What it costs", "The poetry festival lover", Cedar Rock, Vol 2,3, Summer 1977.
"The air like stained glass cuts me", Calyx, Vol. 2, #l, June 1977.
"Short season", Shankpainter, l4, 1977, p.68.
"Arriving", "My mother's novel", "What she tells herself before dialing the number she never has to
look up", "Will we work together", Painted Bride Quarterly, Vol 4, #2, 1977.
"Inertia is a kind of death", Open Places, Fall/Winter 1977.
"Kneeling here, I feel good", Organic Gardening and Farming, l0/76.
"The low road", Sister Courage, November 1977.
"Distance makes things smaller", Poets On, Vol 1, #2, 1977.
"Jay", "Crows", "The rose and the eagle", "Ask me for anything else", Poetry Now, Vol 3, 4-6,
"You'll do it", "The meek inherit", Speculative Poetry Review, #2, 1977, p.1.
"Michigan Jenny", "Waiting Outside", Tendril, #1, Winter 1977-78.
"Argiope", Real Paper, December l7, 1977.
"Arofa", "The man with too many women in his life", Poets On, Vol 2, 1978.
"What the owl sees", Buckle, Vol.1, #2, Spring/Summer 1978.
"The wife", "The wrong anger", "For strong women", "Limited but fertile possibilities are offered by
this brochure", Chrysalis, #4, 1977, pp.84-87.
"Casual harm", Best Friends, #6, Winter 1977, p.37.
"The Bonzai tree", Frauen Kalender, Germany 1978.
"Teaching experience", Mississippi Mud, #l7, 1977.
"My mother's novel", The Pushcart Press, III, 1978.
"Sentimental poem", Bits 8, July 1978.
"Cho-cho", "Woody's wool", "The name I call you", "Night flight", Croton Review, Vol. l, #l, Summer
"The cast off", The Spirit that Moves Us, Vol 3, #3, Summer 1978.
"Aries and Capricorn", Tendril, #3, Fall 1978.
"When a friend dies", Hard Pressed, #4, 1978.
"The purge", "From the tool and die shop", "Leonard Avenue", "Culture l0l", "The inquisition",
Gallimaufry, #13, 1978, pp.91-95.
"The deck that pouts", "Against aquariums", Buckle, Vol.2, #l, Fall/Winter 1978.
"Excursions, incursions", "September afternoon at 4 o'clock", Open Places, #26, Fall/Winter 78-79.
"Apron strings", Earth's Daughters #8, Spring 1978.
"Attack of the squash people", Shankpainter, #l7, Fall 1978, p.21.
"The fisherman's catalogue: a found poem", The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, Summer 1978.
"Season of hard wind", "The damn cast", Poets On, Vol 3, #l, Winter 1979.
"Crescent moon like a canoe", Painted Bride Quarterly, Vol 5, #l,2, 1979.
"The inside chance" Blue buildings, #2, 1979.
"Rainy fourth", The Hudson River Anthology, Vol 8, 1979, p.56.
"The long migration", "Snow blink", "Intruding", "The disturbance", Pulp, Vol 5, #2, 1979.
"Right to life", Sojourner, August 1979, p.7.
"The long death", The Guardian, Vol.31, #43, August l5, l979, p.16.
"May apple", "Loose woman", Paintbrush, Vol 6, #ll, Spring 1979.
"At the wellhead", Lady Unique, Cycle 4, 1979.
"Agitprop", "The market economy", Poetry Now, Vol. 4, #5, l979.
"To have without holding", "Cats like angels", Waves, #2, Summer 1979.
"Morning athletes", "The longest night", Open Places, #28, Fall 1979.
"The world comes back like an old cat", "Dirty poem", "Wrong Monday", Aspect, #76, 1980, pp.51-52.
"For the young who want to", Mother Jones, Vol V, #IV, May 1980, p.20.
"Out of the hospital Peter", "December 13, 1979", "Why in Toronto", "Snarl for loose friends", Pulp,
Vol 6, #l, 1980.
"The moon is always female", "Cutting the grapes free", Open Places, #28, Spring 1980.
"Tumbling and with tangled mane", Fireweed, #5,6, Winter/Spring 79-80.
"The letter returned", The Poetry Miscellany, #9, 1980.
"The view from the street", Giltedge, Vol.l , 1980, p.80.
"The long death", Sierra, Vol.65, #4, July/August 1980, pp.32-33.
"Let us gather at the river", Pulp, Vol 6, #2, 1980.
"Ragged ending", Ploughshares, Vol 6, #2, 1980.
"Closing", Hard Pressed, #2, 1981.
"The annealing", Partisan Review, #1, 198l.
"The thrifty lover", The Unmuzzled Ox, #22, Winter 1981.
"Death of the Hungarian red pepper bush", National Forum, Vol.60, #4,Fall 1980, p.41.
"False spring", Calendar of Contemporary Poets, Cody's, San Fran, Ca,1980.
"The surf of joy pounding", "On New Year's Day", Akros, #4, Spring 1981.
"Digging in", "The weight", "A man and his anger together", The Poetry Miscellany, #10, December
"Ascending scale", Negative Capability, Vol 1, #2, October 1981.
"It breaks", "The ultimatum waffle", Croton Review, #4, 1981.
"When a friend dies", "Will we work together?", Poetry Now, #4, 1980.
"Life preserver, my love", "For mourning", Images, Vol 6, #3, 1980.
"A key to common lethal fungi", Tendril, #11, Summer 198l.
"Mrs. Frankenstein's Diary", "The pleasure principle", "The doe", "Eating my tail", "The back
pockets of love", Cedar Rock, Vol 6, #3, l98l.
"Sabbath of mutual respect", The Lunar Calendar '82, Boston, Ma. 198l.
"In which she begs", "Homecoming", The Connecticut Poetry Review, #l,8l-82.
"The consumer", Monthly Review, Vol. 33, #5, October 1981, p.63.
"Toad dreams", Mid-South Writer, #2, 1981, p.4.
"Seven of Pentacles" from "Laying down the Tower" from TO BE OF USE, Ridge Review, Vol l, #l,
September 1981.
"Absolute zero in the brain", The Berkeley Showcase #3, 1981.
"The matrimonial bed", Akros, #5, Fall 1981.
"Ashes, ashes all fall down", The Poetry Miscellany, #ll, 1981.
"Jill in the box", Kalliope, Vol 4, #2, Winter 1982.
"What goes up", Vanderbuilt Poetry Review, l982.
"Charm for attracting wild money", Poetry Now, Vol VI, #4, Spring 1982.
"Two peach trees", "Touch", Poetry Now, March 1979.
"In search of scenery", Real Paper, 1978.
"Where nothing grows", "Being left", Pulp, 1980.
"Stone, paper, knife", Open Places, #34, Fall 1982.
"The pool that swims in us", Whaling City Review, Fall 1982.
"O!", The Lunar Calendar, '83, Boston, Mass. July l983.
"The common living dirt", "On technique", "Northern lights of the skull", Manhattan Poetry
Review, Spring 1982.
"From something, nothing", Poetry Now, Vol VI, #5, Summer 1982.
"Laocoon is the name of the figure", "Homage to Dr. Lorde-Heinstein", Iowa Review, Vol II, #2,3,
Spring/Summer 1981.
"It weeps away", "A story wet as tears", Barnwood, Vol.ll, #1, Summer 1982, pp.6-7.
"Housekeeping", Cedar Rock, Fall 1982.
"Unbuttoning", "The high arch of summer", Negative Capability, Vol 2, #4, Fall 1982.
ASSOCIATION, Vol. 6, No. 4, July/August, 1983.
"Reconciled", "Building is taming", Tendril, No. l4/l5, 1983.
"A visit from the ex", "The discarded", Poets On, Vol 2, #l, Winter 1983.
"Why marry at all?", "West Main Book Store Chickens", Tarasque I, 1983 pp.80-81.
"Infidelity of sleep", "Dry July", Manhattan Poetry Review, Vol 2, Winter 1982/83.
"Mornings in various years", "A debate on posture", "On mental corsets", Another Chicago Magazine,
#8, 1983.
"Listening to a Speech", "Out of Sight",13th Moon, Vol 7, No. 1 & 2, 1983.
"Six Underrated Pleasures", Open Places, Number 36, Fall/Winter l983.
"Where is my Half-used Tube of Tom's Fennel Toothpaste Tonight?", Light Year '84, Bits Press,
Cleveland, 1983, pp.98-99.
"Shaping our breath", Croton Review, Number 6, 1983.
"A Visit From the Ex", San Marcos Review, Women Poets Special Issue, Spring, 1983, p.53.
"They inhabit me", Manhattan Poetry Review, 3, 1983-4.
"The Disinherited", Poem the Nukes, ed. Barry Zuckor, Hot Doggerel Press, Cleveland Heights, Ohio,
"First Coming", "Sweet Ambush", Jam To-Day, Number 10, 1983.
"What We Fail to Notice", "Touch tones", Mudfish, 1984.
"My mother's body", Sojourner, February, 1984, p.18.
"Nailing Up the Mezuzah", Barnwood, II:4, Summer 1983, pp.6-7.
"Out of the rubbish", Negative Capability, Vol. III, No. III, Summer, 1983.
"Deer couchant", "Of pumpkins and ghosts I sing", IMAGES A Poetry Magazine, Vol. 9 No. 2., 1983.
"Silk Confetti", raccoon 14, January 1984.
"The Chuppah", Lilith, Vol.11, Fall-Winter 1983, p.25.
"Every leaf is a mouth", "The wine", Kalliope, Vol. 6, No. 1., 1984.
"Tashlich", "Return of the prodigal darling", "How we make nice", "The place where everything
changed", Negative Capability, Vol. IV, Number II, Spring, 1984.
"Magic mama", Women of Power, Premier Issue, Spring, 1984.
"Proximity fuses", "Blue Tuesday in August" The Croton Review, No. 7, 1984.
"The night the moon got drunk", Southern Humanities Review, Vol. XVIII No. 3, Summer 1984.
"La Dolce Far Neinte, Revised", "Summer Mourning", IMAGES, Vol. 10, No. 1, 1984.
"Your cats are your children", Steppingstones, Anniversary Issue: Liberation, 1984.
"Putting the good things away", Barnwood, Vol. III #2, Fall 1984, pp. 4-6.
"Still Life", "The Listmaker", "Going into town to vote in the storm", Manhattan Poetry Review 4,
Winter 1984-5.
"Down", A Delicate Fire, Earth's Daughters 23, 1984.
"Breaking Out", "The Annuity", The Harbor Review, #4, U Mass, 1984, pp. 36-39.
"Peaches in November", Kentucky Poetry Review, vol. 20, No. 2, fall, 1984.
"The wine", International Women Artists Archive News, December 1984.
"The sun and the moon in the morning sky of Charlotte," Southern Poetry Review, Fall, 1984.
"This small and intimate place", Country Journal, June 1985, p.75.
"The faithless", The Atlantic, April 1985, p.117.
"The blah blah blues", Lips, #9, 1985, p. 1.
"Eat fruit", Light Year '86, pp.192-193.
"Loving the crone", Sojourner, October 1985, Vol.11, #2, p. 32.
"Dog days dogged rag," Lips, #11, 1985, p. 48.
"Moves on the ceiling," The American Voice, #1, 1985, p. 16.
"The bottom line", Poets On:, Vol. 10, No. 1, Winter 1986, p.11.
"Something to look forward to", Calyx, Vol. 9 #2 & 3, Winter 1986, p.86.
"Dartmoor", "How divine is forgiving?", The Massachusetts Review, Vol. XXVI, #4, Winter 1986, p.
"Basic mammalian behavior 101", Groundswell, Vol 2, #1, Winter 1986, p.100- 101.
"Dog street number", "A penetrating cold", The Southern California Anthology, Vol. IV, 1986,
p. 111-114.
"The new year of the trees", New Traditions, #3, Summer 1986, p.80.
"Aftermath", Greater New Bedford/Fall River Area Arts and Entertainment Guide, April/May/June
1986, p. 20.
"Down the road, down the road", Poets On:, Vol. 10, #2, Summer 1986, p.6-7.
"Dead waters", The American Voice, #3, Summer 1986, p.77.
"Implications of one plus one", "Hard Time", Calapooya Collage 10, Summer 1986, p.20.
"Arles, 7 p.m.", Light Year '87, Bits Press, Cleveland, 1986, p. 162-3.
"Daughter of the African Evolution", Cotton Boll, Vol. 1, #4, Summer 1986, p.12.
"We don't have much to say to each other", Footwork '86, p. 54.
"Burial by salt", Manhattan Poetry Review, #7, Summer 1986, p. 6-9.
"I see the sign and tremble", "It doesn't suffice", Images, Vol 12, #1, 1986, p. 11.
"Love like a ticking bomb", Cotton Boll/Atlanta Review, Vol. II, #1, Fall 1986, p.62.
"The ram's horn sounding", Tikkun, Vol. 1, #2, 1986, p. 94-95.
"It grows on you", Painted Bride Quarterly, #29, August 1986, p. 31.
"Nocturne", New Letters, Vol. 53, #1, Fall 1986, p.30-31.
"I saw her dancing", Woman of Power, #5, Winter 1987, p.76.
"Vegetable love", "Morning love song", Yellow Silk, #22, Spring 1987, p4-5.
"The last day of exile winds upward", COTTON BOLL/Atlanta Review, Vol. II, #2, Winter, 1987,
"Romantic landscapes are ecologically unsound", Quarry West, #23, 1987, p.10-11.
"Litter","Perfect Weather", South Coast Poetry Journal, #2, Fall 1986, p.24-27.
"Nishmat", New Menorah, Second Series, #8, 1987, p.1.
"Baboons in the perennial bed", "The whole that is made of wanting", "The housing project at
Drancy", "The fecund complain they are not honored", Negative Capability, Vol. 6, #4, Fall
"Moon of the mother turtle", "In the dark all cats fly", Kalliope, Vol 9, #1, 1987, p.4-5.
"The carrot", "Raisin pumpernickel", Lips, #13, 1987, p.54-56.
"At the new moon: Rosh Hodesh", Tikkun, Vol.2, #3, July/August 1987, p.32.
"A great wind from somewhere", Slant, Vol.1, Summer 1987, p.100.
"Joy Road and Livernois", Open Places, Summer 1987, p.66-69.
"Font-de-gaume", "Edges of emptiness", Croton Review, #10, Spring/Summer 1987, p. 5.
"Le Sacre du Printemps", The Massachusetts Review, Vol. 28, #2, Summer 1987, p. 193-196.
"Sun-day poacher", Kalliope, Vol. 9, #3, p. 52-53.
"We pass each other", "The pain came back like something sharp in my eye", Images, Vol. 13, #1,
1987, p.3, p.5.
"Open to the sky", Quarry West, #24, 1987, p. 45.
"What crosses over", Poets On:, Vol. 12, #1, Winter 1988, p.9.
"Softly during the night", Zone 3, Vol. 3 #1, Winter 1988, cover page.
"Available light", "After the corn moon", "Avebury", "Up and out", Manhattan Poetry Review, #10,
Jan. 1988, p. 4-13.
"The heart's clock", "The possession", "The wind changes around", Images, Vol. 13, #2, 1988, p.8, 12.
"Black Mountain", Tikkun, Vol. 3, #3, May/June 1988, inside front cover.
"A low perspective", Lips, #14, Spring 1988, p.1.
"Practicing with the windows open", Slant, Vol. 2, Summer 1988, page v. "Yellow, red, blue",
Poets On:, Vol. 12, #2, Summer 1988, p.8.
"Toward a sudden silence", "Frog song", The Poets Perspective, Vol.1, Issue 3, #3, Summer 1988, p.10.
"The diminishing addition", "A line of dancers through time", Croton Review, #11, Spring/Summer
1988, p. 44-45.
"How the full moon wakes you", The '89 Lunar Calendar, 13th Edition, Luna Press.
"The answer to all problems", Sometimes the Cow Kick Your Head: Light Year '88/9, Bits Press,
1988, p. 45.
"The truth according to Ludd", Columbia, #13, 1988, p.6.
"A touch of flame", "Fox grapes", "Midsummer night's stroll", Calapooya Collage #12, p.3.
"Bite into the onion", Organic Gardening, Vol. 36, #1, January 1989, p.78.
"Underwater breathing", Woman of Power, #12, Winter 1989, p.49.
"The whale we are", The Creative Woman, Vol. 9, #3, Winter 1989, p.28.
"Hot, hotter", Yellow Silk, Issue 29, Spring, 1989, p.4.
"The ex in the supermarket", The Sow's Ear, Vol.1, #2, Spring 1989, p.2.
"Turtle sense", "The trail of fears", Tsunami, Vol.2, #2, Spring 1989, p.2-3.
"Detroit, summer camp", "The cat's song", "Recombinant", Matrix, #28, Spring 1989, p. 25.
"Subtle commands of the earth", Images, Vol. 14, #1, 1989, p.10.
"Waking up with my ears ringing", "Cast skins", Visions International, #30, 10th Anniversary
Celebration, Black Buzzard Press, 1989, on fold (no pg.#s)
"Persimmon pudding", "First day out of bed", American Poetry Review, Vol. 18, #4, July/August
1989, p. 18.
"Bell song", "For the love of sand", "Early snow come and gone", Chiron Review, Vol. VIII, #2,
Summer 1989, p. 5.
"For Mars and her children returning in March", Cape Cod Driftlines, Vol. 4, #3, August 1989, p.9.
"Runt vigor", Organic Gardening, Vol. 36, #9, Oct. 1989, p.60.
"Some blessings", Kol Haneshamah: Shabbat Eve, The Reconstructionist Press, 1989, p. 4.
"The ark of consequence", Tikkun, Vol. 4, #5, Sept./Oct. 1989, frontispiece.
"The price of the body", "Like little firecrackers in the brain", Caprice, October 16, 1989, pp.7-12.
"Havdalah", "Meditation on reading the Torah", Kalliope, Vol. 11, #3, 1989, pgs. 6-8.
"Of the patience called forth by transition", Caprice, November 1989, p.7.
"It arrives suddenly and carries us off as usual", Nightsun, #9, Fall 1989, p. 27.
"The ex in the supermarket", "Peeled after flu", Cousin,cousine", Key West Review, Vol 2, #1&2, Fall
& Winter 1989, pgs.16-18.
"Shad blow", "January, 3 p.m.", "Dreaming the frog's sleep", Poetry East, #28, Fall 1989, pgs.
"Your eyes recall me from chaos", "Sexual selection among birds", "The seduction of anticipated pain",
"In June all things wake fully", The Taos Review, #2, 1990, pgs. 92-95.
"The same place struck again", "Beaver shot", Footwork: The Paterson Literary Review '89, p. 5.
"The Book of Ruth and Naomi", Tikkun, Vol.5, #3, May/June 1990, frontispiece.
"Pokeweed", Slant, Vol. IV, Summer 1990, p. 98.
"Old shoes", "Yearning to repossess the body", Colorado Review, Vol. XVII, #1, Spring/Summer
1990, pgs. 88-89.
"Detroit means strait", Sycamore Review, Vol. 2, #2, 1990, p.2.
"Spinning my wheels", "June 21 at 9:30", Kalliope, Vol.XII, #2, 1990, p.14-15.
"A cold hand on the spine", "Shabbat momemt", "We speak of seeing the heron, as if there were
only one", "It ain't heavy, it's my purse, "A newly sharpened wind", Calapooya Collage 14,
August 1990, p.32-33.
"Your father's fourth heart attack", Poets On: Arrivals,Vol. 14, #2, Summer, 1990, p.8-9.
"For each age, its amulet", Ms. September/October 1990, Vol. 1, #2, p.32.
"Heel should not be an insult", Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol. XXIX, #4, Fall 1990, p.651.
"The cat's song", "We speak of seeing the heron, as if there were only one", Cape Cod Driftlines,
Vol. 5, #4, August 1990, p.7.
"The 31st of March", Boston Review, Vol. XVI, #1, February 1991, p.15.
"Imaging", "Wet", The Gopherwood Review, 1991, p.8, p.27.
"Beauty I would suffer for", Caprice, April, 1991, p.55.
"When too much is barely enough", Caprice, May 20, 1991, p.7.
"Putting the gardens to sleep", Country Journal, July/August, 1991, p.21.
"Yearning to repossess the body", "Off season rental", Visions International, Number 36, 1991.
"Domestic danger", Sycamore Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, Purdue University, 1991, p.37
"The accident site", "If we can't find it we make it", Caprice, July 1991, pps. 31-32.
"I have always been poor at flirting", The task never completed", Calapooya Collage 15, August 1991.
"Core memory", "Returning to the Cemetery in the Old Prague Ghetto, Frontiers: A Journal of
Women's Studies, Vol. XII, No. 2, pps. 137-140.
"Labyrinthine dizziness", "After the wind abated, he walked out and died", The Plum Review,
Number 2, Fall/Winter 1991, pps. 26-29.
"The Ordeal of Woden's Daughter", Caprice, Nov. 1991, pps. 32-34.
"Little Pischna Revisited", "March comes in on cleft hooves", "Woman in the bushes", River Styx
Number 35, 1991, pps. 17-20.
"Dream of white poppies", The Gopherwood Review, Fall 1991, p.5.
"The hunger moon", 1992 Lunar Calendar, Luna Press, 1992.
"Up and out", Manhattan Poetry Review 10, January 1988, pps. 4-13.
"Applesauce for Eve", Ms., Vol. II, Number 4, Jan./Feb. 1992, inside front cover.
"For strong women", Canadian Womas Studies/les cahiers de la femme, Vol. 12, Number 1, Dec.
1991, p.121.
"The man with too many women in his life", Poets On: Fifteenth Anniversary Issue, Winter 1992, p. 16.
"An old pain turns to inferior pleasure", Caprice, Jan. 1992, p.7.
"Do not erect the wall before yourselves", Visions International, Number 38, 1992.
"The Consumer", The Witness, March 1992, p.7.
"The flying Jew", Tikkun, March/April 1992, inside front cover.
"Anxiety wins a round", Heaven Bone, Issue #9, Winter/Spring 1991-92,p.2.
"Feeling quite temporary", "For she is a tree of life", The Taos Review, No. 5, 1991, p.17.
"The art of blessing the day", "The negative ion dance", "On the trail of the broken spine", "On
guard", "Half vulture, half eagle", Verve: "Wounds/Healing", Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring 1992, pps. 2-7.
"Crow babies", Poets On: Offspring, Summer 1992, p.18.
"A little monument", South Coast Poetry Journal, issue #13, June 1993, p.48.
"Syzygy", The `93 Lunar Calendar, 17th annual edition, Luna Press, 1992.
"Salt in the afternoon", Yellow Silk, Summer/Fall 1992, p.4.
"A quick and quiet one", "Ancient wood", Verve, Vol.4, No.3, Fall 1992, p.20-21.
"The real hearth ", Caprice, June 1992, p.7.
"Belly good", Kalliope: Women's Body Images, Vol. XIV, No.3, 1992, p.8-9.
"Sh'ma" and "Kaddish",Kerem: Creative Explorations in Judaism, Winter 1992-93, pps. 21-23.
"The joys of a bad reputation", "The price begins to mount", Caprice, July 1992, pps. 7-10.
"Syzygy", "The price begins to mount", "The art of blessing the day", Orbis, No. 86 Autumn 1992,
Special American Issue, pps.50-53.
"The puzzle", Poet's On: Coupling, Vol.17, Number 1, Winter 1993, p.8.
"A penetrating cold", The Southern California Anthology, Vol. X, 1993, p. 116.
"Blizzard in March", Caprice, July 1993, p.7.
"Moonburn", "All systems are up", Verve, Summer 1993, pps. 20-21.
"Between two hamlets", "Too soon to be true", Cream City Review, Vol.17, No. 2, Fall 1993,pps. 184-
"Thousands of morning moths", The Plum Review, Number 5, Spring/Summer 1993, p.29.
"That eye is wide open", "The visitation", "The world from below", "Separation Anxiety Nocturne",
Calapooya Collage 17, August 1993, p.3.
"What she tells herself before dialing the number she never has to look up", Painted Bride Quarterly:
A Poetry Retrospective 1973-1993, Double Issue 50/51, 1993, p.81.
"Breadcrumbs", "Coming up on September", Tikkun Vol.8, Num.5, 1993, inside front cover.
"In June the young deer are almost tame", "Green anachronism", "Dream of order at the carnival",
Outlet, Summer 1993, Loras College p. 5-8.
"My rich uncle, whom I only met three times", "Art for art's sake", "The mystery of the flies",
Chiron Review, Vol. XI, Spring 1992, p. 3.
"The new Rock Island Line", Caprice, September 1993, p. 33.
"After the Operation", Caprice, October 1993, p. 7.
"Dance of the trees", Verve, Vol. 6, No.1, Spring 1994, p. 2.
"The Music Wars", Visions International, Number 45, July 1994.
"The Retreat", Death of a doe on Chequesset Neck", "October Sizzles", Heaven Bone, Issue #11,
Spring 1994, pp. 3, 4, 86.
"Brother-Less One: Sun God", "Brother-Less Two: Palimpsest", Brother-Less Three: Never Good
Enough", "Brother-Less Four: Liars Dance", "Brother-Less Five: Truth As A Cloud of
Moths", "Brother-Less Six: Unconversation", "Brother-Less Seven: End-Less End", Calapooya
Collage, No. 18, August 1994.
"The Mean," Verve, Vol. 6, No. 2, Fall 1994.
"The white stasis" and "I am not a house", Negative Capability, Vol. XIV, No. 1&2, 1994.
"How easy is forgetfulness" and "I lost my head in San Francisco", Caprice, August 1994.
"Too bad you came in late," Many Mountains Moving, December 1994.
"Dealing with the pieces," Poets On: Coping, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter 1995.
"Body of Discontent", and "A warm place becomes a cold place," Chiron Review, #42,
Spring 1995.
"Little Acts of Love," and "Coldest of Goodbyes" and Under the Knife," Verve, The First Time,
Volume 7, No.1, Spring 1995.
"Your Standard Mid Life Crisis", The Seattle Review, Volume XVII, Number 2, Fall/Winter 1994.
"Accusation", Bombay Gin, Vol.3, No.1, 1995.
"The Voice of the Grackle", The Massachusetts Review, Vol.XXXVI, No.2, Summer 1995.
"Growing Up Haunted", Tikkun, Vol.10, No.4, July/Aug 1995.
"September Eclipse", The 1996 Lunar Calendar, 20th Annual Edition.
"The Grey Flannel Sexual Harassment Suit", On the Issues, Vol.IV, No.4, Fall 1995.
"Targets", "On The Road In Middle Age", "Coronation in Kingston", "A Twitch in Time", Verve, Vol.
7, No. 2, Fall 1995.
"Liars' Dice",The Southern California Anthology, Vol. XII, 1995.
"Matzo Poem", Davka, Vol. 1, No. 1, Winter 1996.
"Diana Inaccessible", Ararat, Vol. XXXV1, Autumn 1995.
"The Thief", Caprice, Sept. 1995.
"The Fundamental Truth", TIKKUN, Vol. II, No. 1, Jan. 1 1996.
"One bird, if there is only one, dies in the night", "In the house of Three A.M.", Footwork: The Paterson
Literary Review, 1995.
"Reshaping Each Other", Nightsun, Issue 15, Fall 1995.
"Age comes to Colette", Caprice, October 1995.
"All Day All Night Talk Radio," Poets On:, Vol. 20, No. 1, Winter, 1996.
"What Are Big Girls Made Of?", On the Issues, Spring, 1996
"Onset of darkness," collision 2, 1994/2
"The weather channel strikes again," collision 2, 1994/2
"Elegy in rock, for Audre Lorde", The Women's Review of Books, Vol. X, No.6,
March 1993
"Half vulture, half eagle", Verve, "Wounds/Healing", Vol.4, No. 1, Spring, 1992
"On guard", Verve: "Wounds/Healing, Vol. 4, No. 1, Spring, 1992
"February White Blues" Caprice, Dec. 1996.
"Thingama-Jig" Caprice, Jan. 1996.
"I vow to sleep through it", "My boa", "Hors d'oeuvres spring" Chiron Review, Issue 46-47, Spring
Summer, 1996.
"Fogged in", Plum Review, Anniversary Issue, 1996.
"Marriage in winter", "After the darkness", "Vision of lost ladies", "Severn at ten", Connecticut
Review, Fall 1996.
"Charoset", Jewish Women's Literary Annual, Vol. I, No. 2, 1996.
"In the grip of the solstice", "Daughter of the vine", "Spring fever, about 1040","Woman in a shoe",
Verve, Fall, 96.
"Opera" and "Orion", in Orbis, 100th issue, 1996.
"Too much May, not enough June" and "All lovers have secret names", Caprice.
"Spring Fever about 104", "Daughter of the Vine", "Woman in a shoe", "In the grip of the solstice"
Verve, vol 8, no.2
"One reason I like opera", "Hunting the hunter", Orbis, 100 Anniversary Issue, 1996.
"A day in the life", 13th Moon, Vol.XIV, nos. 1&2.
"Visitation at Dartmoor", "Severn at ten", Sunscripts, 1996.
"The good old days at home sweet home", On the Issues, Spring 1997, Vol. VI.
"Slivers of Fear", Fireweed, Late Winter 1996, Issue 56.
"In the grip of the solstice", "Slivers of fear", "Marriage in winter", Paterson Literary Review, Issue No. 26, 1997.
"Learning to Read", Tikkun, Vol. 12, No. 2, 1996.
"Habit encrusts", "Hunting the hunter", "The Wicked Stepmother", The Southern California Anthology, Vol. XIII, 1996.
"A lonely dog’s nocturne, "The correct way of worshipping cats", New Letters, Vol. 63, No. 1, 1997.
"The dangerous friend, "You lose yourself", "In the long run", Caprice, September, 1996
"The dawn of nothing" and "Roomers, rumors", Verve, Vol. 9, No. 1 Spring 1997.
"Thou shalt not complain about anything I might have to fix", On the Issues, Summer 1997.
"To be of use", Yale Law Journal, Vol. 106, December 1996, Number 3.
"The world unbandaged", Free Lunch, Vol. 18, Spring 1997.
"The yellow light" , The Massachusetts Review, Vol. XXXVIII, No. 2, Summer 1997.
"One reason I like opera" poetry international, No. 1, 1997.
"Seven horses" "Silence honed to a weapon at last", "Turn about", The Southern California Anthology, Vol. XIV.
"The fundamental truth", The Witness, Vol. 80, Number 10, Oct. 1997.
"Not sold in any store", "Black taffeta", "Chilled through", "Every little Odyssey", Caprice, Dec. 1997.
"Karpas", "Familiarity’s curse". "Worlds without end", "The true patriot", Prairie Schooner, Winter 1997.
"The party", "On Shabbat she dances in the candle flames", Montserrat Review, Vol. 1, Spring 1998.
"Wise dreaming", "Doppelgangers", and "The new era c. 1946", Calapooya 19, 1998.
"Archeology", "Sitting with the turtle", "The bones of night", "The well preserved man", "The daughter of fur", "Whose house this is", Chiron Review, Issue No. 53, Spring, 1998.
"Flying over the Nebraska of my life", "Planting Peas in March Mud", Kenyon Review, Vol. XX, No. 2, Spring 1998.
"The gardener’s litany", "Not in the dark", Verve, Vol. 10, No. 1, Spring 1998.
"Unexpected bloom", Connecticut Review Vol. XX, No. 1 Spring 1998.
"Intrusion", "Dirty old century", "One February morning in Wellfleet", Coe Review, Issue 28, 1998.
"Hunting the Hunter" , "Turn about" Evansville Review, Volume 8, 1998 (With acknowledgment to the Southern California anthology).
"The grammatical difference between lay and lie", "The first time I tasted you", "Yahzeit", "The catbird and I", River City , Double Issue Vol. 18 No. 2, Vol. 19, No. 1, Summer 1998.
"Walking out at 2 A.M.", "Boston in March", "Inside the Nor’easter", "I am addicted to the weather", Patterson Literary Review, No. 27, Summer 1998.
"The Young and the Stupid", "Family Values", "In the beginning, darkness", Caprice, August ’98.
"Traveling Dream", Seattle Review, Vol. XX Number 1, 1998.
"The name of that country is lonesome", "Still the desert", "From the shadows", Verve Vol. 10, No. 2, Fall 1998
"Too long dead", "Flea Market in August", "What she craved". Kalliope, Vol. 20, No. 3, 1998
"They leave at last", "They give them all human names", Cape Women, Winter Spring 1999, Vol. 1 Number 2.0
"They called them vacant lots", "Seder with comet", "Burnishing Memory", Green Mountains Review, Vol. 11, Number 2, Fall/Winter 1998-99.
"Storm out of season", Nightsun No. 18, Fall 1998.
"Inland Seas", "Summer Cottages for rent", The Montserrat Review, Vol. 1 No. 2, Autumn 1998.
"Lettuce in rebellion", "Lamb Shank", "Salt Waters", Tikkun, March/April, 1999.
"To build a fire", "Sleep cracked open", Urban Spaghetti, Vol. 1 Issue 1, 1999.
"Always unsuitable", Her body inscribes", "As the runners creak", Prairie Schooner, Spring 1999.
" Deep freeze", Maine Times, Vol. 31, No. 17, Feb. 1999.
"Jolly woman with birds", "The aunt I wanted to be", "The stand off", Chiron Review, Issue #57, Spring 1999.
"Snowflakes my mother called them", Kerem, Number 6, Spring 1999.
"The Rabbi’s granddaughter and the Christmas Tree", Kalliope, Vol. XXI, Number 1, Spring 1999.
"Taking down the oak", "The appropriate use for a lawn ornament", Buckle &, Spring/Summer 1999.
"Fagged out", "Jury Duty", "Efi, the chocolate point", Caprice, January 1999.
"The stand off", "The surfeit", "Dazzle", "Crawling over Sonora, 115 degrees", Paterson Literary Review, No. 28, Summer, 1999.
"What I know so far", Maine Times, Vol. 32, No. 5, June 10, 1999.
"The aria", "The trophy", Kalliope, Vol. XXI, No. 2, 1999.
"Sometimes while I’m chanting", Visions # 60, 20th Anniversary Issue, 1999.
"Hot jewels", "Kneeling at the sea’s edge", CapeWomen, Summer/Fall 1999, Vol. 2, No. 1
"Rising in perilous hope", "A pot of rosemary", River City, Vol. 19, No. 2, Summer 1999.
"Betrayed by the weather channel", Caprice, March 1999.
"Promises whispered in ice", The Lunar Calendar, 2000, poem accompanies March
"Long time, no", Maine Times, Vol. 32, No. 19, Sept 16-22, 1999
"Mexico City, 1968, summer", "Colors passing through us", "Surrounded by an invisible sea", "The streets of Detroit were lined with elms", The Southern California Anthology, Volume XVI, Fall, 1999.
"The park brochures said, stay on the trails", The Coe Review, issue 29, 1999.
"Winter promises", JOE, Volume 1, Number 3, 1999.
"Sins of omission", "My mother gives me her recipe", Calyx, Vol. 19, No. 1, Winter 1999-2000.
"Her lecture", Calapooya Literary review, Vol. 20 Annual, October 1999.
"Vanity, vanity", Tin House, Vol. 1, No. 3, 2000.
"The corner", The Montserrat Review, Issue 3, 2000.
"Dignity", The Chiron Review, Issue #61, Spring 2000.
"Velvet prince", "Phantom pain", "Like brownian movement in a beaker of liquid", Caprice, Early Spring 2000, XIV:1
"Attempt at autobiography", "Firebird", "Is that rain or wind in the trees?", "Minor Losses", Paterson Literary Review, Issue 29.
"The equinox rush", Many Mountains Moving, 10th issue, Vol. IV, No. 1
"The long and the short of it", Earth’s Daughters, Issue #55, Sept. 2000.
"Sandpaper whispers", The Maine Times, August 24, 2000.
"Something so sharp," "The disintegration," Kalliope, Vol. XXII, No. 3, 2000.
"Nor’easter blowhard," "Night without power," "Morning after," Connecticut Review,Vol. XXII, No. 2, Fall, 2000
"Lines drawn, Southwest Review, Vol. 85, No. 3, 2000
"Ways through," "In second growth woods," Poetry International, Issue IV, 2000

On line magazines:

"I awake feathered," "Quarrel in the berry patch," "Oh, Veblen, this is much better,"
"Old moon cradling the new moon," "A kind of theft," The Cortland Review 2000

Broadsides and Chapbooks

"To be of use"
"When the drouth broke", Unicorn Press
"A work of artifice", Red Hanrahan Press, Detroit, 1972
"When a friend dies"
"Short season"--Folger Shakespeare Library broadside
"For shelter and beyond", Woman's Day broadside, August 26, 1976.
"The world comes back, like an old cat"
"The faithless", illustrated by David Diaz, E.P. Wilson Letterpress, 1988.
"Softly during the night", printed by Zone 3, Winter, 1988.
"In the dark all cats fly", Iron Mountain Press broadside, 1988.
"For the young who want to", The Zoland Books Poetry Postcard Collection, 1989.
"To be of use", broadside for Commonwork awards, City of Boston Emergency Shelter
Commission, 1989.
"A work of artifice", produced by San Antonio N.O.W.
"Coming up on September", ALEPH, illustrated by Jackie Olenick.
"The art of blessing the day", illustrations by Nan Fornfeld, The Silver Buckle Press, March 1993.
"For shelter and beyond",
"The Faithless", illustrated by David Diaz.
"Mourner’s Kaddish" Renew our Days: A Book of Jewish Prayer & Meditation, ed. by Rabbi Ronald Aigen, (Congregation dorshei Emet, the Reconstructionis Synagogue of Montreal) 1996.

Available on Tape:

Marge Piercy: Poems: l2 poems, some recorded in l968, some in 1969, by Radio Free People, l33 Mercer
St., NYC, l00l2; time: 30 minutes.
Laying down the Tower: sequence of ll poems record in 1972, by Radio Free People, NYC; time: 30
minutes (Both items on tape and cassette).
Laying down the Tower: also included in Black Box #l, cassette mag, 1972.
Reclaiming Ourselves: Radio Free People, NYC, 1973. Marge Piercy reading her poems, sometimes
alone, sometimes with guitar accompaniment, and Painted Women's Ritual Theater with Jeriann
Hilderley performing some of her songs.
Reading and Thoughts: Marge Piercy, Women's Studies Series, Everett/Edwards, Inc., Deland,
Florida, recording.
At the core: Cassette of reading, by Watershed Tapes, Washington, D.C. 1976.
RECORD: Atomic Love, Katzberg and Snyder, "What's That Smell in the Kitchen?" from CIRCLES
ON THE WATER, read by Kate Katzberg, Manufactured at A&R Records, Dallas, TX, recorded at
Celebration Sounds, Pawtucket, RI, 1983.
Reading of exerpts from BRAIDED LIVES and WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME and poetry, 65
minutes, cassette, American Audio Prose Library, Columbia, MO, 1986.
Interview, 60 minutes, cassette, American Audio Prose Library, 1986.
Interview and poetry reading, New Letters on the Air, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 1989, 30
COMPACT DISC: Rosalie Sorrels, Be careful, there's a baby in the house, 1991, Green Linnet
Records, Inc., "Right to life".
Audiobook, THE LONGINGS OF WOMEN, Time Warner, 3 hours, 1994.
BBC Radio Drama, BODY OF GLASS, broadcast June 10, 1995, 90 minutes.
Woman’s Hour Poetry Collection, cassette of reading , "What’s that smell in the kitchen" from CIRCLES ON THE WATER, produced by Pat McLoughlin, A BBC/Penguin Book.
"The book of Ruth and Naomi" from Mars and Her Children included in the oratorio women of valor by Andrea clearfield, 1999.


Filmed at the Dodge Poetry Festival, New Jersey, September, 1998:
"Sounds of Poetry with Bill Moyers" Show #3, Public Affairs Television 8/11/99 devoted to Marge Piercy poetry and an interview with Marge Piercy.
"Fooling with Words with Bill Moyers", aired on Sunday, September 26, 1999, Public Affairs Television.

Electronic Book

GONE TO SOLDIERS, (for Macintosh PowerBooks), The Voyager Co., Santa Monica, CA.

Short Fiction

"An Excerpt from Maud Awake", December Magazine, Winter 1963.
"Going over Jordan", Transatlantic Review, Vol 22, Fall 1966, pp.148-157.
An excerpt from "Maude Awake", The Bold New Women, 1965.
"Love Me Tonight, God", Paris Review, Summer 1968.
"Do you love me?" The Second Wave, Vol. l, #4, 1972, pp.26-27,40.
"Dynastic Encounter", Aphra, Vol.1, #3, Spring 1970, pp.3-10.
An excerpt from "Maude Awake", Modern Girl, August 197l, pp.22-27.
"And I went into the Garden of Love", Off Our Backs, Summer 1971.
"The Happiest Day of a Woman's Life", Works in Progress, #7, 1972, pp.284-303.
"Somebody who Understands You", Moving Out, Vol 2, #2, 1972.
"Marriage is a matter of Give and Take", Parts l, II, The Boston Phoenix, July 3, 1973, pp.1,5,6,12,
July l0, 1973, p.14.
"The Women's House", excerpt from SMALL CHANGES, Aphra, Vol.4, Number 3, summer
1973, pps.33-45.
"Like a Great Door Closing Suddenly", Detroit Discovery, Mar/Apr. 1974.
"Little Sister, Cat and Mouse", The Second Wave, Vol 3, #l, Fall 1973, pp.9-12,41.
"God`s Blood", Anon, #8, 1974, pp.50-59.
Excerpt from WOMAN ON THE EDGE OF TIME, Aurora:Beyond Equality, 1976, pp.182-217.
"The Retreat", Provincetown Poets, Vol. 2, #2,3, 1976, pp.9-11.
"A Dynastic Encounter", In The Looking Glass, 1977.
"What Can Be Had", Chrysalis, #4, l977, pp.49-57.
"The Cowbird in the Eagles' Nest", MAENAD, Vol. l, #l, Fall 1980.
"Where I Force Myself on Myself and Begin",(excerpt from BRAIDED LIVES), The Human Crowd,
Minnesota Review Press, Bloomington, Ind., 1981, pp.120-128.
"I Will Not Describe What I Did," Mother Jones, Vol. VII, #ll, Feb/Mar. 1982, pp.44-56.
"Spring in the Arboretum" Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol 2l, #l, Winter 1982.
"Of Chilblains and Rotten Rutabagas", Lilith, #12-13, Winter-Spring 1985/1986, pp.9- 12.
"Naomi/Nadine Is Only Half", (exerpt from GONE TO SOLDIERS), FORUM, University of
Cincinnati Center for Women's Studies, Vol. 12, #3/4, Spring/Summer 1986, pp. 1,10,11,19.
"Becoming a Mouse", (exerpt from THE LONGINGS OF WOMEN), New England Review,
Volume 15, Number 4, Fall 1993, pp. 108-115.
"The Fall" Ms., Volume IV, Number 5, March/April 1994, pp. 64-69.
"From He, She & It" The Oy of Sex: Jewish Women Write Erotica, Edited by Marcy Sheiner, Cleis Press, 1999.

Essays and Reviews

"Beginning to Begin to Begin" (with Bob Gottlieb) Radicals in the Professions Newsletter, June 1968.
"The Foreign Policy Association: 50 Years of Successful Imperialism, CAW, #1, Feb 1968, pp.6-10.
"The Grand Coolie Damn", Leviathan, November 1969.
"Women's Liberation: Nobody`s Baby Now", Defiance, #l, 1970, pp.134-162.
"Tom Eliot Meets the Hulk at Little Big Horn: The Political Economy of Poetry, (with Dick Lourie),
Triquarterly: Literature in Revolution, #23/24, Spring 1972, pp.57-91.
"A Review of Vol II, III, of "Children of Crisis", by Robert Coles", The New York Times Book Review,
February l3, l972.
Review of Daughters of the Moon by Joan Haggerty and Memoirs of an Ex-Prom Queen, by Alix
Kates Shulman, The Second Wave, Vol 2, #l, 1972, p46.
"Getting Together: How to Start a Women's Liberation Group" (With Jane Freeman), New England
Free Press, 1972.
"Asking for Help is Apt to Kill You", (A Review of WOMEN AND MADNESS by Phyllis Chesler),
The Village Voice, November 30, 1972.
Review of MONSTER by Robin Morgan, NEW, Vol 2l, Spring/Summer l973, pp 64-67.
"Books for the Daughters", Margins, #7, August/September 1973, pp.1-2.
"Margaret Atwood: Beyond Victimhood", American Poetry Review, Nov/Dec 1973.
"Agnes Smedley: Dirt Poor Daughter of Earth, The New Republic, l1/l4/75.
"It's High Time", Provincetown Advocate, November 2l, l974.
"Through the Cracks: Growing up in the 50's", Partisan Review, Vol. 4l, #2, 1974.
"Gritty Places and Strong Women"; a Review of THE DIVINERS by Margaret Lawrence, The New
York Times Book Review, June 23, 1974.
"The White Christmas Blues", Provincetown Advocate, l/9/75, (with Uta West)
"Writer's Choice" Partisan Review, Vol. 42, #1, 1975.
"From Where I Work: A Column (Audre Lorde), American Poetry Review, Vol 5, #1, Mar/Apr.
"It's High Time", Provincetown Advocate, 4/l7 and 5/22, 1975.
Untitled essay, Poets on Stage: The Some Symposium on Poetry Readings, 1978, pp.26-29.
"A Reviewof Alice Walker's MERIDIAN, The New York Times Book Review: May 23, 1976.
"From Where I Work: A column", American Poetry Review, Vol 5, #5, 1976.
"From Where I Work: A column", (Joanna Russ), American Poetry Review, Vol 6, #3, 1977.
"A Rich Gift for Us", Review of OF WOMAN BORN, Adrienne Rich, Sojourner, December 1976.
From "A Fish Needs a Bicycle: Responses to a Questionnaire on Marxism and the Arts," The
Minnesota Review, n.s. 9, Fall 1977.
"A Fuller Life", Review of Margaret Fuller's biography THE WOMAN AND THE MYTH, by Ball
Gale Chevigny, Seven Days, June 1977.
"Shining Daughters", Review of Joanna Russ' THE TWO OF THEM and KITTATINNY, for
Sojourner, October 1978, p.14.
"Other Planets, Other Cats", Review of MOTHERLINES by Suzy McKee Charnas; WATCHTOWER
by Elizabeth Lynn; and GODSFIRE by Cynthia Felice, for Sojourner, April 1979.
"Small Cameos, a grand portrait, and twilight sketches", a review of Doris Lessing's book STORIES
for Chicago Tribune BOOK WORLD, May 14, 1978.
"Contemplating past youth, present age", a review of Robert Penn Warren's book NOW AND
THEN POEMS 1976-1978, for Chicago Tribune BOOK WORLD, Sept. 1978.
"Feminist Perspectives 1978": Sojourner, Vol. 4, #5, January 1979.
"The Feminist Gospel According to Adrienne Rich", a review of ON LIES, SECRETS AND SILENCE
by Adrienne Rich, for Chicago Tribune BOOK WORLD, April l5, 1979, pp.1-2.
"A touching detective story: Who really killed Rosie at 27?" a review of ROSIE by Ellen Frankfort for
Chicago Tribune BOOK WORLD, June ll, l979.
"The Houses of Susan Fromberg Schaeffer"; a review of THE QUEEN OF EGYPT and THE
January 27, 1980.
"Doris Lessing and the Days of Darkness"; a review of SHIKASTA by Doris Lessing, for the
WASHINGTON POST, November 4, 1979, p.5.
"Hellman: twilight memories of a dramatist", a review of Lillian Hellman's MAYBE, for Chicago
Tribune BOOK WORLD, May ll, l980.
"Tom Robbins with a bad case of the cutes"; a review of STILL LIFE WITH WOODPECKER by
Tom Robbins for Chicago Tribune BOOK WORLD, September l4, 1980.
"Sacrificed to the Mills of Fate", a review of EMMELINE by Judith Rosser, for THE
WASHINGTON POST, September l4, 1980, pp.3,15.
"A historian obsessed by ghosts of past", a review of THE CHANEYSVILLE INCIDENT by David
Bradley, for Chicago Tribune BOOK WORLD, April 26, 198l.
"The Little Nuances of History", a review of YOU CAN'T KEEP A GOOD WOMAN DOWN, by Alice
Walker, for The Washington Post BOOK WORLD, May 31, 198l, p.11.
Essay, Symposium: From the 60's to the 80's, Cultural Correspondence No. 12-14, p.37.
"Godwin details strains, stresses of family life", a review of A MOTHER AND TWO
DAUGHTERS by Gail Godwin, for Chicago Tribune BOOK WORLD, January 10, 1982.
A Review of WHO KILLED KAREN SILKWOOD? by Howard Kohn, for Sojourner, December
"Inviting the Muse", Negative Capability, Vol II, #l, Winter 1982.
"Fame, Fortune and Other Tawdry Illusions", Boston Review, Vol 6, #l, February 1982.
"Interview with Ira Wood and Marge Piercy" Pulp, Vol 8, #1, 1982.
Lorde, reviewed in 13th Moon, Volume VII, Numbers 1 & 2, 1983.
KEEPER OF ACCOUNTS by Irena Klepfisz, reviewed by Marge Piercy, American Book Review,
Volume 5, Number 6, September-October 1983.
"MYSTERIES OF MOTION" by Hortense Calisher, reviewed in The Washington Post, December 31,
1983,p. C2.
"Forward" to The Zanzibar Cat by Joanna Russ, Arkham House, 1983.
"On Being a Jewish Feminist", The Women's Review of Books, Vol. 1, No.5, Feb 1984, pp.5-6.
"The Turn-on of Intimacy",Ms., Vol. XII, February, 1984, pp. 46-48.
"Jewish Identity", SHMATE: A Journal of Progressive Jewish Thought, Vol. 2 Number 8, Pesach
1984, pp. 25-27.
"Poets on Poetry", Literary Cavalcade, Vol. 37, No. 1, Oct. 1984, pp 24-25.
"Swallow, by D.M. Thomas, Thomas Caught in a Tangled Web of Stories", Chicago Tribune,
November 25, 1984, Section 14, p. 35.
"Van der Steen's Cats" by J. R. Bruckner, The New York Times Book Review, February 3, 1985, p.
"Autobiography," Contemporary Authors Autobiography Series, Dedria Bryfonski, editor, vol. 1,
Gale Research Co, Detroit, 1984, pp.267-281.
"A Well Made Quilt", review of STAR QUILT by Roberta Hill Whiteman, in American Book
Review, Vol. 8, #2, January-February 1986, p. 17.
"`Light' moves at molasses pace but shines with passion and intensity", review of SOUTHERN
LIGHT by J.R. Salamanca in Chicago Tribune, August 10, 1986, Section 14, page 47.
Article on the work of Joanna Russ for Contemporary Novelists, St. James Press, Fourth Edition,
1986, p. 730.
Article on the work of E.M. Broner for Contemporary Novelists, St. James Press, Fourth Edition,
1986, p. 140-141.
"Me and My Novel" (about GONE TO SOLDIERS) in The Boston Review, Vol. 12, #3, June
1987, p.19.
"Of Arms and the Woman" in Harper's Magazine, Vol 274, #1645, June 1987, p.30-32.
"Ship out on a corrupt cruiser in the middle of World War II", review of TIME AND TIDE by Thomas
Fleming, Chicago Tribune Books Section, August 9, 1987, Section 14, p. 6.
"Rooms without walls", Ms, Vol. XVI, #10, April, 1988, p.36-7; THE HARVEST READER,
Second Edition, William A. Heffernan and Mark Johnston, HBJ, Inc., 1991.
and Kathryn E. May, St. Martin's Press, New York, 1988, p. xi-xiii; paperback version Simon &
Schuster, New York, 1989.
Essay for "A Symposium on Contemporary American Fiction", Michigan Quarterly Review, Vol. 27,
#1, Winter 1988, p. 105-107.
"My, Haven't You Lost Weight!", Woman's Day, V.51, #15, Oct. 25, 1988, p.226.
"What Rides the Wind", Tikkun, Vol.4, #2, March/April 1989, p.58-62.
"A Writer's Garden", Organic Gardening, Vol. 36, #6, June 1989, p.72.
"The Clothes Rack--An Instrument of Torture?", Woman's Day, Vol. 57, #11, July 18, 1989,
p. 176.
"What I do when I write", Symposium for The Women's Review of Books, Vol. VI, #10-11, July
1989, p. 25-26.
"What Are We Leaving the Children?", Woman's Day, Vol. 52, #15, October 24, 1989, p. 57-58.
"Active in Time and History", Paths of Resistance: The Art and Craft of the Political Novel, William
Zinsser, Editor, New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1989, pp. 89-123.
Essay on Simone de Beauvoir in DAUGHTERS OF DE BEAUVOIR, Edited by Penny Forster and
Imogen Sutton, London: The Women's Press, 1989, pgs. 112-123.
HOLOCAUST PERSONAL, David Rosenberg, Editor, New York, Random House, 1989,
pgs. 171-191.
"Daily life, daily struggle", a review of EYE OF A HURRICANE by Ruthann Robson, in The Women's
Review of Books, Vol. VII, #8, May 1990, p.22.
Essay on Autobiography, Cream City Review, Vol.14, #1, Spring 1990, p.3-5.
"Reminisence of Esther Epstein", Mai Pen Rai, April, 1991, Vol.25, No.2.
"How I came to Walt Whitman and Found Myself", A Celebration of Walt Whitman for The
Massachusetts Review, Spring 1992, pps. 98-100.
"Starting Support Groups for Writers", LITERARY PROCESS, edited by Brenda Miller Power and
Ruth Hubbard, Heinemann Educational Books, Inc., 1991.
Essay for THE CAT ON MY SHOULDER: Writers and Their Cats, edited by Lisa Angowski
Rogak, Longmeadow Press, 1993.
Foreward to LOST IN SPACE: Probing Feminist Science Fiction and Beyond, by Marleen S. Barr, The
Univ. of No. Carolina Press, 1993.
"Travelling Into Darkness: Mary Shelley's THE LAST MAN," Introduction to THE LAST MAN,
Bantam Books, 1994.
"Housewives Without Houses," syndicated by the New York Times, August 1994.
"The Turn On," Essay for WOMEN: IMAGES AND REALITIES: A Multicultural Anthology, edited
by Amy Kesselman, Lily D. McNair and Nancy Schniedewind, Mayfield Publishing Company, 1995
"Telling Stories About Stories," Utopian Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1994.
"Things Left Unsaid", Ms Magazine, Vol. VI, No. 3, Nov/Dec 1995.
"Eureka Moments", 18 Years,"Lilith, Fall, 1994, Vol. 19, No.3
"Pauline Leon and Claire Lacombe" in HEROINES: REMARKABLE AND INSPIRING WOMEN, An
Anthology of Essays by Women Writers, Crescent Books, NY., 1995.
"Fame, Fortune and Other Tawdry Illusions, WRITTEN IN WATER, WRITTEN IN STONE, ed. by Martin Lammon, University of Michigan Press, 1996.
"Voices After Dark" in I’ve Always Meant to tell You: Letters to Our Mothers, ed. by Constance Warloe, Pocket Books, 1997; republished as From Daughters to Mothers.
"Remembering 1979", Malachite & Agate, ed. by Marianne Milton, 1997.
"A Dissatisfaction without a Name", Click: Becoming Feminists, edited by Lynn Crosbie, Macfarland, Walter & Ross Publishers, 1997.
"A Life of Prose and Poetry: An Inspiring Combination," The New York Times, December 20, 1999.

Marge Piercy Manuscript Collection
University of Michigan
Special Collections Library, Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library
Curator: Kathryn L. Beam

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Oakland University

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