University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Jayne Anne Phillips:

An Inventory of Her Papers at the Harry Ransom Center

Creator: Phillips, Jayne Anne, 1952-
Title: Jayne Anne Phillips Papers
Dates: 1911-2007
Abstract: The papers of American writer and educator Jayne Anne Phillips include drafts, correspondence, research, photographs, publishing material, and press material relating to her novels, short stories, and poems. Personal correspondence, family papers, family photographs, teaching material, and other personal and career related materials are also present, as are manuscripts by poets and writers Linda Bohe, Frank Conroy, Richard Currey, E. L. Doctorow, Nadine Gordimer, Annabel Levitt, and Irene McKinney, among others.
Call Number: Manuscript Collection MS-5149
Extent: 59 document boxes (25.2 linear feet), 4 serial boxes, 3 oversize boxes (osb), 3 oversize folders (osf), 1 galley folder (gf)
Language: English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish, and Swedish
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Jayne Anne Phillips was born on July 19, 1952, in the small town of Buckhannon, West Virginia, and lived there until she left to attend West Virginia University in Morgantown in 1970. She was the middle child and only daughter of Russell Randolph Phillips (a contractor) and Martha Jane Thornhill Phillips (a teacher), who divorced in 1972. Phillips's family history and the Appalachian region figure prominently in her work.

Phillips became interested in writing as a child and wrote poetry as a teenager. While an undergraduate, she used poetry therapy in her volunteer work for a program that provided tutoring for low-income children in mining camps, and she also worked as an assistant teacher of creative writing in the Poets in Schools program in northern West Virginia. After receiving her B.A. in English from West Virginia University in 1974, Phillips travelled with a friend to California, hitchhiking and working at temporary jobs. For a brief time, she resided in Boulder, Colorado, before returning home and working as a Title I teacher for the Upshur County Board of Education. During this time, she continued writing poems, which evolved into what she termed "short fictions." A collection of these, Sweethearts, was published by Truck Press in 1976 and won a Fels Award; several of the pieces were then published in the 1977 edition of Pushcart Prize Stories and brought her additional recognition, including a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship grant. Phillips was accepted into the University of Iowa Writers' Workshop in 1976 and earned an M.F.A. with Distinction in 1978. At that time, a second edition of Sweethearts was released, and another collection of sequential short fictions, Counting, was published by Vehicle Editions and won the St. Lawrence Award. Phillips also began teaching at Humboldt State College in California in 1978. She had previously worked as a tutor while an undergraduate and at the University of Colorado, and as a teaching assistant while attending The University of Iowa.

In 1979, Phillips met publisher Seymour "Sam" Lawrence of Delacorte Press while attending the St. Lawrence Writers Conference, and he published her short story collection Black Tickets that year. The book received critical acclaim and was awarded the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters' Sue Kaufman Prize for First Fiction. Phillips accepted a writing fellowship at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, Massachusetts, in 1979; was a Bunting Fellow at Radcliffe College from 1980 to 1981; taught at Williams College in 1981; and became an associate professor of English at Boston University in 1982.

Phillips's first novel, Machine Dreams, which fictionalized her family history against the backdrop of the Vietnam War, was published in 1984 and became a best seller. She then received her second National Endowment for the Arts fellowship grant. Phillips married cardiologist Mark Stockman on May 26, 1985; he had two sons, Ben and Noah, from a previous marriage. Phillips and Stockman had two additional sons, Theo Thornhill Stockman, born December 27, 1984, and Soren Phillips Stockman, born July 4, 1988.

Another short story collection, Fast Lanes, was published in 1987. Phillips was awarded a Guggenheim fellowship in 1988, and she taught at Harvard University in 1992, 1995, and 1996. Her second novel, Shelter, about the loss of innocence experienced by girls at a summer camp, appeared in 1994. Sam Lawrence, who had remained Phillips's editor-publisher and whom she called the "benefactor" of her writing life, had died earlier that year. Phillips's parents had both died of cancer, and the three losses had a profound impact on her.

In 1996, Phillips was appointed "Writer in Residence" at Brandeis University. She received an Academy Award in Literature from the American Academy of Arts and Letters in 1997 and had her third novel, MotherKind, published in 2000. The novel reflects Phillips's experiences as a caregiver to her terminally ill mother while having her first child, marrying, and becoming a stepmother. In 2007, Phillips developed and became director of a new MFA program in Creative Writing for Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey. Her fourth novel, Lark and Termite, was published in 2009 and was a finalist for the National Book Award in fiction and the National Book Critics Circle Award.

Phillips's work has been translated into 12 languages and published in numerous periodicals and anthologies.

Scope and Contents

The papers of American writer and educator Jayne Anne Phillips consist of manuscript drafts, notes, notebooks, research material, correspondence, photographs, proofs, dust jackets, advertisements, broadsides, agreements and contracts, royalty statements, review and other clippings, tearsheets, press releases, itineraries, teaching material, resumes, legal documents, family papers, awards, diplomas, and ephemera. The materials date primarily from 1976 to 2007 and are organized in six series: Series I. Works (1911-2007, 31.5 boxes); II. Publisher and Press Materials (1976-2005, 6 boxes); III. Correspondence (1969-2006, 9 boxes); IV. Personal and Career-Related (1910-2007, 8 boxes); V. Works by Others, 1968-2003, 3.5 boxes); and VI. Serial Publications (1945-2005, 5 boxes).

The Works series has been subdivided into two subseries pertaining to Phillips's writings: A. Novels, and B. Short Works and Collections. Subseries A. Novels is arranged alphabetically by title and includes research material, notes, handwritten and typescript drafts, and proofs relating to Phillips's four novels: Lark and Termite (2009), Machine Dreams (1984), MotherKind (2000), and Shelter (1994). Many of the novel drafts have annotations by Ivy Goodman, Pamela Rikkers, and others from whom Phillips requested feedback. Of particular note, numerous fragments and drafts of Lark and Termite reflect the substantial changes Phillips made as she worked on the novel over the course of several years. Phillips's first novel, Machine Dreams, was originally an extension of her short stories and was to be titled Home. Early drafts, some in notebooks, show the author's original use of themes and characters from Black Tickets and Sweethearts. Phillips's plans for the book as a continuation of the themes of family relationships, the power of a place (West Virginia), and leaving and returning home are outlined in her application for a Guggenheim fellowship. The book was drawn from Phillips's family history, using family photographs, letters, and her parents' memories as sources, and her research material is present. Also of note among Machine Dreams materials are drafts and correspondence regarding an unproduced screenplay adaptation by Jessica Lange, with Phillips's comments upon the drafts. Research material relating to Motherkind, which also drew upon the author's personal history, includes her childhood photographs and her mother's medical reports. Drafts of Shelter document the major changes made to its characters and their relationships to one another as the author revised the work over time.

Subseries B. Short Works and Collections includes material relating to Phillips's poetry, short fictions, short stories, essays, reviews, lectures, and contributions to works by other authors and editors. It is arranged alphabetically by title, with additional entries for Miscellaneous short works and Notebooks. Miscellaneous short works are folders of various poems, one page prose pieces, short stories, essays, and dream recollections; the author's original folder titles have been maintained and are indicated by single quotation marks. Notebooks date from 1977 to 1979 and contain early drafts of poems and short stories, as well as dreams and journal entries. Early workings of Machine Dreams, originally titled Home, are present in both Miscellaneous short works and Notebooks. Phillips's collections Black Tickets and Fast Lanes (1987 edition) are represented by typesetting manuscripts and proofs; in addition, a story structure diagram and typescript draft of Black Tickets are present. Individual stories are also located under their titles as well as in the Miscellaneous short works and Notebooks. Neither Counting and Sweethearts is present as a collected work, but drafts of individual pieces are scattered through the Miscellaneous folders. An index of works provided at the end of this finding aid identifies all locations of a particular work.

Series II. Publisher and Press Materials is comprised of Jayne Anne Phillips's files of material relating to the publication and promotion of her books in the United States and other countries. The author's original folder titles are maintained when present and are indicated by single quotation marks. Included are publisher and literary agent correspondence, agreements and contracts, dust jacket proofs, advertising flyers, catalogs, press releases, itineraries, review and interview clippings, and royalty statements. Of particular note in a 'Germany' file are correspondence and clippings related to Phillips's change of German publishers from S. Fischer Verlag to Berlin Verlag.

Series III. Correspondence consists primarily of incoming correspondence. Phillips's groupings of letters have been maintained, and her original folder titles are indicated by single quotation marks. Notable correspondents include Rosellen Brown, Frederick Busch, Frank Conroy, Richard Currey, E. L. Doctorow, Maria Flook, Ivy Goodman, Jaimy Gordon, Nadine Gordimer, Anne Hull, John Irving, Anita Ruthling Klaussen, Jessica Lange, Seymour Lawrence, Judy Linsky, Dennis Mathis, Sharon Mattlin, Jill McCorkle, Ian McEwan, Irene McKinney, Lynn Nesbit, Michael Ondaatje, Tillie Olsen, Martha Jane Phillips, Russell Randolph Phillips, John Pijewski, Judith Stitzel, Eris Wagner, Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, and Nicolette Yeazell. Extensive correspondence with David Wilk of Truck Press chronicles the publication of Sweethearts; similar but more limited correspondence with Annabel Levitt of Vehicle Editions relates to the publication of Counting and Fast Lanes. Correspondence with Sam Lawrence traces the publication history of Phillips's books and includes royalty reports and similar material. Nicolette Yeazell was the inspiration for the title character in "Rayme," and her letters reference that. Many correspondents, such as Richard Currey, Sharon Mattlin, Irene McKinney, Jeffrey Cyphers Wright, and others, enclosed manuscripts of their poetry and other works; these remain with the letters and are indicated in the index of works at this end of this finding aid.

Series IV. Personal and Career-Related material includes awards and honors, Phillips's baby book, photographs, school records, teaching materials, and similar items. Materials relating to Sam Lawrence and the author's parents, Martha Jane Thornhill Phillips and Russell Randolph Phillips, are also present; of particular note among her parents' papers are letters written from Jayne Anne Phillips to them from 1974 to 1985. A folder of photographs, correspondence, clippings, and ephemera dating from 1945-2003 may reveal items which were significant to the author as she wrote, as many have pushpin holes as though they had been pinned up on a wall or bulletin board.

Series V. Works by Others is subdivided into two subseries. Subseries A. About Phillips and Her Works includes works written by other authors about Phillips and her writings. Among these are Sarah Robertson's doctoral thesis on Phillips, The Secret Country: Jayne Anne Phillips and the Cryptic Evocation of a Region, which became The Secret Country: Decoding Jayne Anne Phillips's Cryptic Fiction, the first monograph published on Phillips's work. Subseries B. Other is comprised of manuscripts by Elisa Albert, Linda Bohe, Frank Conroy, E. L. Doctorow, Maria Flook, Sidney Goldfarb, Nadine Gordimer, Annabel Levitt, Dennis Mathis, Richard McCann, John Pijewski, and others, all arranged alphabetically by author. In addition, typescripts by Irene McKinney are located in a file titled 'Copies' along with tearsheets and printed excerpts of works by various authors, possibly used in Phillips's teaching or lectures. Of particular note among works in Subseries B are typescript fragments, some with revisions, of E. L. Doctorow's Billy Bathgate, City of God, and Reporting the Universe, as well as a complete revised typescript of City of God. Nadine Gordimer's screenplay adaptation of her short story "A Chip of Glass Ruby" is represented by a copy of the published short story and several stages of drafts of the screenplay, accompanied by a letter explaining her adaptation methods. All works by other authors are indicated in the index of works provided at the end of this finding aid.

Series VI. Serial Publications consists of whole issues of periodicals containing works by Phillips, interviews with her, articles about her, or reviews of her work, as well as publications Phillips used as research when writing. Arrangement is alphabetical by serial title, and the significance of each is noted within brackets.



Open for research

Index Terms

Bohe, Linda.
Conroy, Frank, 1936-2005.
Currey, Richard, 1949- .
Doctorow, E. L., 1931- .
Gordimer, Nadine.
Lawrence, Seymour.
Lee, Annabel Levitt.
McKinney, Irene.
Phillips, Jayne Anne, 1952- .
Wilk, David, 1951- .
Truck Press.
American literature--West Virginia.
American fiction--women authors.
Authors, American--20th century.
Authors, American--West Virginia.
Korean War, 1950-1953--Fiction.
Literature--20th century.
Mothers and daughters--Fiction.
Novelists, American--20th century.
Poets, American--20th century.
Short stories, American--20th century.
Short stories, American--Women authors.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Fiction.
West Virginia--Fiction.
Women poets, American--20th century.
Document Types
Baby books.
Birth certificates.
Book reviews.
Divorce records.
Electronic records.
Greeting cards.
Medical records.
Page proofs.
Serials (publications).
Short stories.
Sound recordings.

Related Material

The following Ransom Center collections also contain materials related to Jayne Anne Phillips:

  • Hare, David
  • O'Brien, Tim
Other institutions with Jayne Anne Phillips materials include:
  • State University of New York at Buffalo. Poetry Collection. Truck Collection, 1970-1979.
  • University of Mississippi. Department of Archives and Special Collections. Seymour Lawrence Collection.

Separated Material

Eight bound volumes, including research material, and two audio cassettes were transferred to the Ransom Center Library:

  • American Audio Prose Library, Inc. Presents an Interview with Jayne Anne Phillips, 1991
  • American Audio Prose Library, Inc. Presents Jayne Anne Phillips Reading Machine Dreams (excerpts) "Souvenir" (short story), 1991
  • Burton, Anthony. Bethnal Green Museum of Childhood. London: Victoria and Albert Museum, 1993.
  • Haga, Pauline. Tribute to the Police Officer, volume one. Crab Orchard, West Virginia: Pauline Haga, 1993.
  • Hook, Jason. Days That Shook the World: Hiroshima. London: Hodder Wayland, 2002.
  • Howe, James. Babes in Toyland. Orlando, Florida: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers, 1986.
  • Lawrence, Seymour. Selections from Houghton Mifflin/Seymour Lawrence, Spring 1989. [inscribed to Phillips]
  • Railroad Story Book: A Thousand Miles by Rail [reproduction of an original edition]. New York: Merrimack Publishing Corp., 1992.
  • Reynoldson, Fiona. The Victorians: Victorian Women Abroad. Essex, England: Longman Group Ltd., 1994.
  • Thayil, Jeet. Apocalypso. London: Aark Arts, 1997. [inscribed to Phillips]

Thirteen audio CDs were transferred to the Ransom Center Sound Recordings Collection:

  • In Their Own Country: Fourteen Entertaining Visits with Fourteen of West Virginia's Most Celebrated Writers, West Virginia Library Commission, 2003 (twelve discs)
  • Interview with J. A. Phillips. Marshfield, MA.: Talking Information Center, undated

Twenty-six audio cassette tapes were transferred to the Ransom Center Sound Recordings Collection:

  • All Things Considered, [Alan] Cheuse – Christmas Books, 13 December 1994
  • Author Panel: Wakefield, Bernays, Tilghman, Phillips, Cheuse, 1991 (2 cassettes)
  • Book Beat: Jayne Anne Phillips with Don Swaim (WCBS/CBS Radio), 21 May 1985
  • "Dickens' A Christmas Carol, with Lionel Barrymore as Scrooge"
  • Essay on the topic of "Obsession" read at the annual PEN/Faulkner Gala Evening at Folger Shakespeare Library, 4 October 4 1993
  • Harjo, Joy. "The Woman Who Fell from the Sky," 1994
  • Harjo, Joy and Poetic Justice. "She Had Some Horses, For Anna Mae, My House Is the Red Earth, Promise," 1992
  • "Heavenly Animal," undated
  • "Jayne Anne Phillips," undated
  • "Jayne Anne Phillips (unedited) and Tim O'Brien The Things They Carried"
  • "[Jayne Anne] Phillips, [Sara] Vogeler, [Annabel] Levett, Meier, [Linda] Bohe"
  • "Jayne Anne Phillips interview with Ron Diamondstein, Calliope, KALX-FM, Berkeley, 10 October 1994"
  • "Jayne Anne Phillips Sewanee [?] '79"
  • "Jayne Phillips," WNYC, 20 September 1994
  • "Lines – Jayne Anne Phillips," 9 February 1984
  • "A Moveable Feast, NPR feature Machine Dreams" [Jayne Anne Phillips reads from Machine Dreams and talks about the relation between Americans and machines with series host Tom Vitale], 5 September 1984
  • New Letters on the Air: Jayne Anne Phillips, 1989
  • "Public Radio Book Show with Jayne Anne Philips"
  • Pulkkinen, J. P. (Juha Pekka). Timanttien Jäljillä [Tracing the Diamonds], 24 October 1995
  • Rehm, Diane. "Phillips's MotherKind," May 2000
  • "Studs Terkel with Jayne Anne Phillips," 27 September 1994
  • "Sun Valley Writers' Conference: A Conversation with Jayne Anne Phillips and Anne Taylor Fleming," 25-28 August 2000
  • Three for the Road [BBC Radio 4]: 1. "Fast Lanes," 2. "A New-Wave Format" [by Bobbie Ann Mason], 3. "Rock Springs" by Richard Ford [adaptations by John Harvey] (2 cassettes)
  • To the Best of Our Knowledge: Jane [sic] Anne Phillips MotherKind

A computer disk labeled 'Random House Shelter barcode and logos' was transferred to the Ransom Center Electronic Records Collection.

A large painted portrait was transferred to the Ransom Center Art Collection.

A flower press and a transistor radio were transferred to the Ransom Center's Personal Effects Collection.

Administrative Information


Purchase, 2009 (09-05-014-P)

Processed by:

Katherine Mosley, 2012


In addition to material found within the Jayne Anne Phillips Papers, the following sources were used:

Brosi, George. "Jayne Anne Phillips,"  Appalachian Heritage, vol. 37, no. 1, Winter 2009.

"Jayne Anne Phillips." Contemporary Authors Online, (accessed 9 September 2011).

"Jayne Anne Phillips: American Writer." Jayne Anne Phillips's website, (accessed 9 September 2011).

Container List

Series I. Works, 1911-2007

Subseries A. Novels, 1911-2007
Lark and Termite (2009) early title Termite
1.1-2 Research material, Korean War bibliography, clippings, notes, 2000-2006, undated
1.3 Notebook with revised typescript pages, handwritten notes, and project description for Howard Foundation Application, undated
1.4 Book proposal and typescript excerpt, undated
53.3 Revised typescript pages, June 2003
1.5-6 'Yaddo Revisions,' revised typescript draft pages and notes, list of Yaddo guests, 7 July-12 August 2003
1.7-8 'Termite numbered drafts,' revised typescript pages, undated
2.1-6, 3.1 Typescript draft pages and notes, some with revisions, July-August 2006, undated
3.2-3 Typescript pages, undated
3.4-5 Revised typescript pages, undated
3.6-7 Revised typescript draft pages and notes, some with handwritten annotations by Ivy Goodman, undated
3.8 Revised typescript draft pages, undated
4.1 'Excerpts of Termite novel in progress,' incomplete typescript draft and notes, additional revised typescript fragments, undated
4.2-3 'Termite draft,' composite typescript, additional typescript fragments and notes, undated
4.4-5 Incomplete composite typescript with some revisions, additional typescript fragments and notes, undated
4.6 Incomplete typescript with some revisions, undated
5.1 Revised typescript pages and notes, undated
5.2-3 'Drafts of Termite' typescript pages, some with revisions, undated
5.4 Composite typescript draft with some revisions, undated
5.5 Revised typescript pages, undated
5.6-7 'Termite Draft,' incomplete typescript with additional typescript pages, some with notes and revisions, proof of cover, undated
6.1-2 'Termite draft,' revised typescript with annotations in unidentified hand, additional revised typescript pages, fragment of project description, undated
6.3-4 'Early Termite Drafts,'  'Yaddo June/July 2007 edit,' revised typescript pages, 2007
6.5, 7.1 'Drafts Termite'  'Yaddo 2007 edit,' revised typescript, with additional typescript pages, 2007
7.2-5 'Early Termite Drafts,' revised typescripts, handwritten notes, typescript project description, published excerpts, undated
8.1 'Termite Notes,' typescript and out-takes, revised typescript supplemental material, handwritten notes, excerpt for Murdaland, February 2006, undated
8.2-3 Typescript and supplemental material, July 2007
8.4-5 Typescript with revisions and annotations by Phillips and Ann Close, 23 July 2007
8.6, 9.1 Revised typescript, 1 August 2007
9.2 'Limited editions Termite excerpts,' proofs of offprints of Termite's Birthday, 1959 and Termite, 1959, childhood photographs of Phillips, and Pages of Time publication, 2003-2005
Machine Dreams (1984) early title Home
Research material
9.3-4 'Book Misc. Material (father, war memen. [sic]),' war-related and other research material, including family letters, photographs, and Buckhannon, Virginia, history, 1943-1983
9.5-6, 10.1-2 War correspondence from Russell Phillips, with photographs, documents, and Japanese invasion money enclosures, 1941-1945
10.3 Photographs taken in Coalton, West Virginia, including family cemetery, buildings, Jayne Anne Phillips, her husband, and their sons, undated
10.4 'Father,' photographs and correspondence of Russell Phillips with related text from Machine Dreams [used on author's website as The Secret Country], 1942-1944, undated
10.5 'Mother,' photographs of Martha Thornhill Phillips, Grace Thornhill, and other family and friends, with related text from Machine Dreams, 1911-1945, undated
10.6-7 Fishburne Military School and Imperial War Museum brochures, ration book replicas, clippings, Birth of a Nation souvenir booklet, Social Welfare in Appalachia, and History of the 43rd Engineers, 1915-2000, undated
11.1-4 Four notebooks of early notes, drafts, and research material, undated
11.5 'Notes' and draft pages, undated
11.6 'Novel draft mother stories,' revised typescript draft pages, September 1980, undated
12.1-4 'Drafts,' typescript pages with handwritten revisions and notes, some in unidentified hand; typescript project proposal; and photocopy research material 1981-1983, undated
12.5 'Rough Drafts,' revised typescript draft pages, December 1981-January 1982, undated
12.6, 13.1 'Early versions,' typescript pages, some with revisions, and 'A Statement of Plans' for the novel, 1982, undated
13.2-4 'Final Draft,' revised typescript, undated
13.5-7 Corrected photocopy of 'Final Draft,' undated
Page proofs
14.1-2 'Author 1st pass,' with handwritten corrections, 5 March 1984
14.3-4 'Author's 2nd pass,' with handwritten corrections, 6 April 1984
14.5-6 Dust jackets and National Book Critics Circle Nomination, 1984, undated
Screenplay adaptation by Jessica Lange
14.7 Bound typescript with handwritten comments by Phillips, undated
14.8 First Draft, photocopy of typescript with handwritten comments by Phillips, 12 March 1987; correspondence, notes, and typescript fragments with handwritten revision, 1987
15.1 Photocopy of revised typescript, typescript comments by Phillips, undated
15.2 Typescript with handwritten comments by Phillips, 2 March 1990; comments from Marc Platt of Orion Pictures and correspondence between Lange and Phillips, 1990
15.3 'First Draft,' typescript with handwritten revisions and comments by Phillips, April 2000; correspondence, 2000
15.4 Typescript, 5 December 2001; typescript comments by Phillips and correspondence, 2001
MotherKind (2000) early title MotherCare
Research material
15.5 Family photographs, with related text from MotherKind [used on author's website as The Secret Country], 1956-1984, undated
15.6 Mother's medical reports, 1984-1985 (printed 1998)
15.7-8, 16.1-4 Five notebooks of early drafts and notes, undated
16.5 Four revised typescript drafts of Here at Saint Joseph's, undated
16.6 'Original notes,' revised typescript pages, including Living on the Lake and Mothercare, handwritten notes, photograph of the author and son, undated
16.7, 17.1 'Novel Drafts,' revised typescript pages, primarily of Age of Wonders, Living on the Lake, and Mothercare, June 1995, undated; author's resume, circa 1983 and 1995; typescript pages of Lark and Termite with handwritten revisions, undated
17.2-6 'Drafts of MCare,' revised typescript pages, some with comments by others, June 1995, October 1997, July 1998, undated; corrected Granta proofs of MotherCare, June 1996
18.1 Revised typescript pages, undated
18.2 Revised typescript pages, some labeled 'final edits,' 3 August, undated
18.3 'Drafts of critiqued Easters,' typescript pages with annotations and revisions by Ivy Goodman and unidentified person, April 1997
18.4 'Pam,' typescript pages with handwritten annotations and typescript comments by Pamela Rikkers, June 1997 and October 1998
18.5-6 'Working edited copy,' revised typescript, undated
19.1-2 'Corrected ms. for typesetting,' photocopy typesetter's copy, 11 November 1999, undated
Page proofs with handwritten corrections
19.3-4 'Author 1st pass,' 3 December 1999
19.5-6 Photocopy, labeled '1st galley set'
20.1-3 'Author foul'  '2nd pass,' 12-14 January 2000
20.4-5 Photocopy with additional handwritten correction, labeled '1st pass ms.'
20.6 Published excerpts, 1999
20.7 Massachusetts Book Award correspondence, with author questions and answers, 2001
Shelter (1994)
21.1 Research material, 1986
21.2 Notebook, undated
21.3 Two typescript drafts, one with revisions, titled Alma: Dragon Spoons, additional revised typescript pages and handwritten notes, undated
21.4-5 'Earliest Versions Shelter,' typescript pages with handwritten notes and revisions, 1978, February-July 1993
21.6-7 'Mixed 1st Drafts Shelter,' typescript and handwritten draft pages and notes, photocopy Esquire page proofs with handwritten corrections of Alma, July 1993, undated
21.8 'Novel in Progress,' early typescript draft with handwritten revisions and notes, undated
'Copy edited version'
22.1-2 Typesetting manuscript, page proofs fragment, February 1994
22.3-4 Photocopy with titles 'Wise World' and 'Christian Soldiers,' undated
Page proofs
22.5-6 'Master Set,' March 1994
23.1-2 'Author's Marked Set,' March 1994
23.3-5 Copyedited, February and May 1995
23.6 Printed broadside of excerpt, titled 'Late July, 1963, Shelter County, West Virginia,' 1994
23.7 Option/purchase agreement, 2001
Adaptation by Teresa Sparks
23.8 Photocopy of annotated typescript, 27 June 2001
24.1 Bound typescript with annotations, 14 March 2002; annotated typescript notes, 1 December 2001
24.2 Typescript, 2003
Subseries B. Short Works and Collections, 1976-2006, undated
Age of Wonders
24.3 Handwritten pages, typescript page, and revised proof page, 1997
24.4 Whole issue of DoubleTake, with handwritten corrections, Winter 1997
21.6 Esquire photocopy proofs with handwritten corrections, July 1993
24.5, 37.10 Esquire tearsheets, July 1993
24.6 Appalachians: A Contemporary Cultural Perspective [keynote address at literary symposium], revised typescript titled 'Athens Address,' 2003
24.7 At the Movies: A Mountain State Memoir of Growing Up, clipping, 7 June 1992
24.8 Big Boy Sports, corrected proofs, 1999
Black Tickets
24.9 Story structure diagram, undated
24.10-11 Typescript, 1978
24.12, 25.1 'Copy edited ms. from Dell,' typesetting manuscript, 16 January 1979
25.2 Corrected galley proofs, 1979
25.3 Incomplete corrected page proofs and flap and back cover copy, September 1979, undated
25.4 Bring Back Big Valley, revised typescript, 2002
25.5 Buddy Carmody, corrected proofs and correspondence, March 1994
25.6 Buddy in the Woods, correspondence and revised Esquire tearsheets, titled 'Buddy Carmody: Pounding Heart,' 1994
25.7 Burning the Trees, Washington Post Magazine tearsheets, July 2001
25.8 Dreaming of Janice, corrected Harvard Review proofs, undated
Fast Lanes [short story]
25.9 Revised typescript fragments titled Thurman, undated
66.2 Corrected galley proof, 1983
Fast Lanes [book]
25.10 Typesetting copy, 1987
Page proofs with handwritten corrections
25.11 'Author's set,' undated
26.1 'Master set–1st Pass,' undated
26.2 January 1987
26.3 Waterstone's Literary Diary containing quotation from Fast Lanes, 1992
26.4 Gemcrack, handwritten draft and revised typescript, undated
65.3 Growing up Southern: Jayne Anne Phillips Gets Her Hair Done, in The Women's Review of Books, July 1999 (see also Shop Talk)
26.5 Guided Tours of Time and Death, typescript, undated7
26.6 Home, handwritten manuscript, undated
Home After Dark: A Funeral for Three Girls in Kentucky [Letter from Paducah]
osf 1 Research articles, 1997-1998
26.7 PrimeTime Live and CNN transcripts, 17 December 1997, undated
26.8 Typescript titled 'The Shootings in Paducah,' 13 February 1998
26.9 New Yorker galley proofs, titled 'The Shootings in Paducah,' 23 February 1998
26.10 Typescript titled 'Three Days in Paducah' with annotations in unidentified hand, undated
26.11 Typescript titled 'The Shootings in Paducah,' undated
26.12 Revision pages and correspondence, August-September 1998
26.13 Harper's Magazine revised galley proofs, four sets, 28 August and 3,15, and 16 September 1998
26.14 Harper's Magazine tearsheets, 1998
66.2 Hometown, mounted broadside, 1980
gf How Mickey Made It, Rolling Stone galley proofs with author's revisions, 1978
In Their Mothers' Eyes: Women Photographers and Their Children [edited by Martina Mettner, with essay by Phillips]
27.1 'Bio,' photographer biographies, resumes, interviews, typescript drafts of Phillips's essay, 2001
27.2 Photographer biographies and copies of photographs, 2001, undated
27.3 Copies of photographs, undated
27.4 Introduction to Maggie: A Girl of the Streets and Other Short Fiction by Stephen Crane, photocopy printed text, 1988
27.5 Language Immersion Seoul, four revised typescript drafts and correspondence, 2006
27.13 The Last Day of Summer: Photographs by Jock Sturges, [essay by Phillips], metal print photograph of cover, undated
27.6 Lechery, typescript Spanish translation by Alfredo Michel Modenessi titled 'Lascivia,' 2003
27.7 Literature and Exploration [for Lahti International Writers' Reunion], two typescript drafts, one with revisions, 1983
27.8 The Literature of Memory [author reading], typescript, undated
27.9 Lizbeth, typescript with handwritten annotations in unidentified hand, undated
Miscellaneous short works
27.10 'A,' handwritten short stories, poems, dreams, and Shelter pages, undated
27.11 'B,' handwritten short stories, dreams, undated
27.12 'C,'  'Drafts of Still Life (failed story) Lechery 1934 Home,' notebook containing dreams, journal entries, and short stories, undated
28.1 Class papers, undated
28.2-3 'Copies,' revised typescript short stories, poems, and early Machine Dreams, undated
28.4 Essay, poems, and short stories, typescripts, some with revisions, 1978, undated
28.5 'Failed stories,' revised typescripts of Fictions and Pretend You're Far Away, undated
28.6 'Journal-Eng. 283,' typescript poems and short fictions with annotations in unidentified hand, undated
28.7 'Misc. Correspondence,' Allure tearsheets of Shop Talk, 1994; tearsheets of The Writer as Outlaw, undated; typescripts of Alma, Callie, Outlaw Heart, an introductory talk at reading of Premature Burial, and A Tribute to Sam, undated; address labels; author's resumes and lists of publications, 1992, undated; and fiction workshop course descriptions and syllabus, 1995-1996
28.8 Photocopy clippings and tearsheets of various works, photocopy corrected Granta proofs of Big Boy Sports, 1980-2000
28.9 Poems and short fictions, typescripts, undated
29.1 'Rough drafts Lechery Mickey 1933 Bluegill,' revised typescripts of Rayme, 1934, Country, Lechery, How Mickey Made It, Bluegill, Heavenly Animal, and early Machine Dreams fragments; corrected Esquire galley proofs of Bess; tearsheets of Det himmelska djuret [Heavenly Animal], 1977-1984, undated
29.2 Short story and early Machine Dreams revised typescript fragments, undated
29.3 Never Just Dogs [for Woof! Writers on Dogs], revised typescripts with early title 'Dogs and History,' article on Charles Whitman, undated
29.4 'Drafts of Cheers, Satisfaction, Country poems, Country (story), Countings,' poems, prose pieces, and dreams, undated
29.5 'Drafts 1934, The Patron, Something That Happened,' short stories and poems, undated
29.6 'Drafts Ura story (failure), Gemcrack' and 'Dreams May 20, 1977,' short stories and dreams, 20 May-28 August 1977
29.7 'Drafts of Souvenir, Black Tickets, Heavenly Animal, King of Spades, Stars' and 'Dreams and Journal 14 Sept. 1977,' short stories, dreams, and journal entries, 14 September 1977, 31 October 1977-5 January 1978, undated
30.1 'Journal, draft epilogue to novel (car), June 1978,' drafts of Souvenir and early Machine Dreams, journal entries, and dreams, June 1978-September 1979
30.2 'Notes drafts of Fast Lanes, Reminiscence To Daughter, Secret Country, Rayme, [and early drafts of Machine Dreams],' short stories and notes, undated
30.3 'Drafts Bluegill April 79,' short stories, journal entries, and notes, 26-27 July, 12 November 1979, undated
On Not Having a Daughter [for Mothers Who Think: Tales of Real-life Parenthood]
30.4 Two typescripts, one with revisions, undated
30.5 Two corrected proofs and a revised printout from Salon Magazine website, January-April 1999
Outlaw Heart
30.6 Four typescripts, two with revisions, undated
30.7 Critical Quarterly tearsheets, 1995
30.8 Pretend You're Far Away, typescript with handwritten comments by Annie ______, undated
30.9 Revised typescript draft, undated
30.10 Rolling Stone galley proofs, two copies, one with corrections, 1978
30.11 [Reading about small towns], revised typescript, undated
Reminiscence to a Daughter
30.12 Atlantic Monthly, proof with author's corrections, 1981
66.3 Vinduet cover proof, 1983
30.13 Report of the Spies, typescript, undated
Carver, Ray. What We Talk About When We Talk About Love
30.14 Handwritten and revised typescript drafts, 1981
11.4 Corrected proofs, New York Magazine, February 1981
30.15 Cheever, John. Oh What a Paradise It Seems by John Cheever, two typescript drafts, one with revisions, 1982
Shop Talk
30.16 Typescript, faxed tearsheet fragment, 1994, undated
66.2 Allure page proofs with handwritten notations by editor, August 1994 (see also Growing up Southern)
30.17 Short Cuts, typescript, undated
Souvenir [stage adaptation by Jessica Teich]
30.18 Second draft, typescript, 20 March 1986
30.19 Typescript revision pages, 1986
30.20 Photographs and reviews, 1986
30.21 The Stars of Artemis' Sorrow, typescript
66.2 Sweethearts, advertisement for author reading with signed excerpt, 1976
31.1-2 Talking in the Dark [proposed book of childrens' artwork and poems], artwork, descriptions, book proposal, 1976, undated
Termite, 1959
31.3 Revised typescript and copy-edited text, 2004
31.4 Corrected proofs and correspondence, 2004
31.5 Whole issue of The Southern Review with author deletions, Winter 2005
31.6 Termite's Birthday, 1959, corrected Granta page proofs, April 2003
31.7 Why She Writes [for Why I Write: Thoughts on the Craft of Fiction], two typescripts, one with revisions, undated
31.8 The Widow Speaks, revised typescript, revised proofs, 16 April1999, undated
31.9 The Writer as Outlaw, Washington Post clipping, 1994
31.10 Writing the Second Novel: A Symposium, clipping, March 1985
31.11 Unidentified stage script, 1988

Series II. Publisher and Press Materials, 1976-2005

Black Tickets
31.12 Agreement, 2001
31.13 Dust jacket proofs and advertising flyer, 1979-2001
Press material
31.14-15 'Foreign Press,' clippings, catalogs, itineraries, maps and other ephemera, 1979-1982
32.1 'Press,' clippings and contact sheet, 1979
32.2-4 Reviews and advertisements, 1979-1982; rights information, projected royalties, and preliminary review of Machine Dreams, 1984
32.5 Royalty statements, 1997-1999
32.6 'Book cover attempts,' dust jacket proofs and advertising board, 2001, undated
32.7 'Canada,' agreements, correspondence, clippings, press releases, 1994-1995
32.8 'Dell,' agreement, correspondence, clippings, and Shelter Reader's Companion, 1991-1995
32.9 'Denmark / Holland,' correspondence and clippings, 1995
32.10 'England,' correspondence, clippings, dust jacket proof of Black Tickets, flyers, photographs, 1988-1995
Fast Lanes
33.1 BBC broadcast payment, 1993
33.2 Dust jacket proofs, undated
33.3-5 Foreign reviews, 1987-1989
33.6-7 'Press,' reviews, interviews, and advertisements, 1987
33.8-9 'Finland / Norway / Sweden,' correspondence, clippings, catalogs, itineraries, and photograph, 1987-1995
33.10 'France / Italy,' correspondence, photographs, and clippings, 1982-1996
33.11 'Germany,' correspondence, clippings, and catalog, 1981-1997
33.12 'Houghton,' correspondence, agreement, royalty statements, 1993-1995
34.1-2 Janklow & Nesbit Associates, royalty and income statements, and publisher contracts, 1989-2002
34.3 Lark and Termite royalty reports, 2003
34.4 'Lynn Nesbit / ICM,' royalty reports and publisher contracts, 1983-1994
Machine Dreams
34.5 Agreement, 1999
34.6 Dust jacket mockups and proofs, 1991, undated
Press material
34.7 'British Reviews,' 1984
34.8 German reviews, catalog, and proof of advertisement, 1985, 1987
34.9 Swedish reviews, 1985-1987
34.10-11, 35.1 Reviews, advertisement, flyers, press release, catalog, and publication correspondence, 1984-1985
35.2 Machine Dreams and MotherKind publisher correspondence, interviews, catalog copy, 1997-2000
35.3 Agreements, 2000
35.4 Dust jacket proofs, 1999
35.5 List of foreign publishers, undated
Press material
35.6 Bound photocopy reviews, interviews, articles, publisher bio, and British, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish dust jacket proofs, 2000-2001
35.7 'Foreign reviews,' clippings, press packet with dust jacket, 2000-2002
35.8-9, 36.1 Reviews, interviews, advertisement, author biography, Reading Group Guide by Vintage Books, flyers for author readings, itineraries, and dust jacket proof, 2000
36.2 Royalty reports, 2003
36.3 'Pocket Books,' agreements and correspondence, 1986-1996
36.4 The Powder of Angels and I'm Yours, correspondence and agreement, 1996
36.5-7 Reviews, interviews, advertisements, publisher catalog, distribution report, 1976-2000
36.8 'Interviews, etc.,' articles, posters, and flyers, 1979-1983
36.9, 37.1 'Reviews, Interviews, Articles on Published Work, [Advertisements, and Dust Jackets],' bound photocopy clippings, photocopy
'Published Excerpts from [Lark and] Termite,' 1979-2005 (two copies)
37.2-4 Reviews, interviews, articles, press releases, author bibliographies, 1980-1995
37.5 Option/purchase agreement, 2001
37.6 Dust jacket proof, 1994
Press material
37.7 'Editorial Seix Barral Departamento de Promoción dossier,' Spanish reviews, press release, schedule, 1995
37.8-9 Foreign reviews and dust jacket proofs, 1995-1996
37.10 Press file of articles, advertisement, and review clippings, McClelland & Stewart catalog, Houghton Mifflin press release, catalog copy, flyer, and memos, 1994-1995
38.1 'Reviews etc.,' clippings, 1994
38.2-4 'USA Reviews,' revised typescript interview questions and answers, itineraries, correspondence, revised typescripts of Alma, revised typescript Shelter fragments, revised typescript of Obsession: A Simple Story, dust jacket blues and proofs, 1994-1995
38.5 'Spain / Latin Am. Argentina,' correspondence, clippings, photograph, 1995

Series III. Correspondence, 1969-2006

A-Z files 1
38.6 A, 1977
38.7 B, 1974-1978
38.8 C, 1974-1978
39.1 D, 1976
39.2 E, 1975-1976
39.3 F, 1974-1976
39.4 G, 1972-1978
39.5 H, 1971-1977
39.6 I, 1976-1977
39.7 J, 1972-1978
39.8 K, 1977-1978
39.9 L, 1972-1978
40.1 M, 1971-1978
40.2 Mc, 1973-1976
40.3 N, 1976-1977
40.4 O, 1975-1977
40.5-6 P, 1971-1978
41.1 Q, 1975-1976
41.2 R, 1970-1976
41.3 S, 1972-1978
41.4 T, 1973-1977
41.5 V, 1975-1977
41.6 W,1972-1977
41.7 XYZ, 1974-1976
A-Z files 2
41.8 B, 1994-2000
42.1 C, 1981-1998
42.2 D, 1994-1998
42.3 F, 1983-1999
42.4 G, 1980-1996
42.5 H, 1995-1999
42.6 I, 1996-1998
42.7 J, 1993-1994
42.8 K, 1990-2005
42.9 L, 1981-1997
43.1 M, 1989-1998
43.2 N, 1995-1998
43.3 O, 1990-1995
43.4 P, 1991-1996
43.5 R, 1992-2000
43.6 S, 1991-1999
43.7 W, 1993-1997
43.8 Currey, Richard, 1974-1976
43.9 50th Birthday greetings, 2000, 2002
44.1 'Misc. letters,' 1979-2001
44.2 1979-1981
44.3-4 1979-1987
44.5-6 1980-1985
45.1 1984
45.2 1985-1994
45.3 1986-1995
45.4 1986-2007
45.5 1987-1989
45.6, 46.1-2 1987-2005
46.3 1991
46.4 1996
46.5 2001-2006
46.6 2003-2006
46.7 'Notes and letters my mother,' letters of condolence upon the death of Martha Jane Phillips, 1985-1986
46.8, 47.1 'Personal Letters,' 1969-1993
47.2 'Sam Lawrence/Dutton – Lynn Nesbit,' 1971-1985
47.3-5 Sam Lawrence, 1978-1992

Series IV. Personal and Career-Related, 1910-2007

47.6 Art Omi International Arts Center, 10th anniversary booklet, brochure, newsletters, 2001-2002
Awards and honors
47.7 American Academy of Arts and Letters, citation and exhibition program, 1980; Academy Award in Literature and ceremonial program, May 1997
47.8 Bunting Fellowship Program and Guggenheim applications, 1979
47.9 St. Lawrence Award for Fiction, 1979
48.1 West Virginia Library Association award, 1996
48.2 Baby book, 1952-1954
48.3 Birth certificates of author and brothers, 1966-1981
48.4 Clippings, 1980-2003
48.5-6 'Credentials & Resumes,' 1977-1988, undated
48.7 Buckhannon-Upshur High School diploma, 1970
48.8 Buckhannon-Upshur High School reunion program
48.9 Upshur County Schools report cards, 1958-1965
48.10 University of 'Iowa student records,' 1975-1979
48.11 University of Iowa MFA degree, 1978
48.12 West Virginia University certificates, clipping, photograph, 1971-1972
48.13 Ephemera, Dracula hologram stickers, typewriter manual, postcards, travel pamphlet, 1983, undated
48.14* In Their Own Country: Fourteen Entertaining Visits with Fourteen of West Virginia's Most Celebrated Writers, West Virginia Library Commission, 2003 (*compact disc recordings removed to Sound Recordings Collection)
48.15 'Last Will and Testiment' [sic], 1962
48.16 'Short story drafts age 10/5th grade,' drafts of The Diary: A Short Story, undated
48.17 Lawrence, Seymour "Sam."  'Sam memorabilia,' photographs (including Phillips, Frank Conroy, Jen Gish, Tillie Olsen), clippings, programs, and A Tribute to Sam [The Wizard] typescript, 1959-1995
49.1 Legal documents, trust amendment, 2002
49.2 Passport, 1974
49.3 Pet, lost dog notice, undated
Phillips, Martha Jane Thornhill
49.4 Buckhannon-Upshur High School diploma and commencement program, 1943
49.5 West Virginia University diploma, valentines made by Phillips and her brother, 1967, undated
49.6-7 Documents, clippings, correspondence, photographs, genealogies, 1926-1975
49.8-10 'Jane Phillips,' clippings, correspondence, passport, photographs, and ephemera, 1953-1985
50.1 'Letters,' documents and correspondence, 1972-1986
50.2 Thornhill family papers, including childhood photographs of the author and her brothers, 1910-19496
50.3 Medical power of attorney and medical expense records, 1985
Phillips, Russell Randolph
50.4 Correspondence, elocution program, and clipping, 1925
50.5-6 Correspondence from Jayne Anne Phillips, 1978-1985
50.7 'My father's eulogy,' typescript by Russell R. "Randy" Phillips, Jr., order of service, photographs of Soren and Theo Stockman, 1989
50.8 'Author photographs' for dust jackets and press, undated
50.9 Family photographs, 1945-1985, undated
51.1 Family photographs and negatives, 1988-1989
51.2-3 Family and other photographs, 1953-1973, undated
51.4 Massachusetts Arts Council Award and photographs of Phillips and Michael Dukakis, 1985
51.5-7 Phillips and others, including , John Barwi______, Joe David Bellamy, Jack Collom, Will Conroy, Richard Currey, Annie Dillard, Tom Drury, Maria Flook, Allen Ginsberg, Anselm Hollo, Ann Hornbeck, Bertil Käll, Anita Ruthling Klaussen, Linda Lappin, Sam Lawrence, Jackson Mac Low, Dennis Mathis, Volda Officer, Tillie Olsen, John Pijewski, Arlene Plevin, Robert Polito, Salman Rushdie, James Shreeve, Theo and Soren Stockman, Danielle and Patrick Swanson, Tom Victor, Anne Waldman, Jef Wright; and mother's house, 1973-1987, undated
51.8 'Photographs,' Phillips, family members, and others, including Frank Conroy, Maggie Conroy, Jay Jenkins, and Tillie Olsen, 1945-1981, undated
51.9 'Theo' Stockman, 1985
51.10 Phillips, family members, Sam Lawrence, 1985-1993, undated
51.11 'Sam's 25th Anniversary Party,' Sam Lawrence, Phillips, and others, 1990
52.1 Seymour Lawrence Reading Room dedication at the University of Mississippi and other photographs, 1993, undated
52.2 'Shelter Publication Dinner at Harvard,' including Henri Cole, Skip Gates, and Jill McCorkle, 1995
52.3 Village Voice article shoot by Adam Mastoon, 1994
52.4 West Virginia Governor's Mansion reading, 1991
52.5 West Virginia Wesleyan College honorary doctor of letters degree, undated
52.6-7 Photographs, correspondence, clippings, and ephemera, 1945-2003
Teaching, lectures, and readings
52.8, 53.1-2 American Cultural Specialist - Arts America program creative writing workshop in Bombay schedules, receipts, brochures, articles, photographs, and other travel ephemera, 1996
53.3 Bennington College Writing Seminar, residency packet and Phillips's lecture and reading materials, 2003
53.4 Book of Methods For Getting Children Interested in Writing: A Handbook for Teachers, edited by Ron Padgett, Larry Fagin et al, 1971
53.5 Flyer for Aspects of Light: Women in Literature course, undated
53.6 Lahti International Writers' Reunion, clippings, list of participants, review clippings, postcards, correspondence, menu, 1983
53.7 Notre Dame Sophomore Literary Festival program, 1980
53.8 Prague Summer Writers' Workshop, reader and orientation guide, clipping, 1995
53.9, 66.2 Readings program and flyers, 1980-2007, undated
54.1 Rutgers Newark MFA Program, correspondence, course descriptions and schedules, curriculum vitae, 2005-2007
54.2 Shepherd University Foundation's Appalachian Writer in Residence and Appalachian Heritage Writer's Award correspondence and brochures, Machine Dreams reading questions and paper by Sylvia Bailey Shurbutt, 2004-2005
54.3 Student course evaluations, Fiction Writing, Harvard University, 1995-1996
3.4 Typescript course descriptions, syllabi, and Statement of Teaching Philosophy, 2001-2002
54.4 Typescript syllabi, course description, course readings commentary, and bibliography, 1997, undated
54.5 Writers of America U. S. Speaker Program, Mexico, itinerary and clippings, 2003
54.6 Stockman, Soren, correspondence, undated
54.7 Stockman, Theo, drawings, theatre class grade report, notes on songs, 2003, undated

Series V. Works by Others, 1968-2003

Subseries A. About Phillips and Her Works, 1974-2003
54.8 Currey, Richard. Jayne Anne Phillip's [sic] Dreams, typescript poem, April 1974
54.15 Godden, Richard. No End to the Work? Jayne Anne Phillips and the Exquisite Corpse of Southern Labor, typescript, 2001
54.9 Harmon, ______. No One Else Could Take Me: Listening to the Voices in Jayne Anne Phillips's Black Tickets and Reaching a Collective Family History: Narrative Strategy in Jayne Anne Phillips's Machine Dreams, typescript, undated
54.10 Henry, Dewitt. Headnote to Gemcrack, from Breaking into Print: Early Stories and Insights into Getting Published, typescript fragment, 2 August 1999
Hill, Dorothy Combs
54.11 The Female Imagination, typescript, undated
54.12 Jayne Anne Phillips, typescript, 1984
54.13 Mannfred, Wiltrud. Transcript of German documentary Blick Zurück auf Amerika. Jayne Anne Phillips und Ihre Geschichte, 1988
54.14 Michaels, Leonard. Interview with Jayne Phillips [1981 Berkeley Writers Conference], corrected typescript, 1981
Robertson, Sarah
54.15 Not Hiding but Mourning: Processes of Remembering in Shelter, typescript, 2001
55.1 The Secret Country: Jayne Anne Phillips and the Cryptic Evocation of a Region, bound typescript thesis, August 2003
55.2 Students in Chuck Kinder's class, University of Pittsburgh. Typescript essays on Black Tickets and Machine Dreams, 1996
Subseries B. Other, 1968-2001
55.3 'Copies: Other material' [possibly used in teaching], typescripts by Irene McKinney; tearsheets and printed excerpts of works by Raymond Carver, Frank Conroy, Richard Currey, Linda Gregg, Leonard Michaels, Norman Mailer, Craig Nova, and others, 1981-1982, undated
55.4 Albert, Elisa. Enough to Make a Fire, bound typescript thesis with typescript comments by thesis advisor Phillips, undated
55.5 Bohe, Linda. Equilibrium: The Collected Poetry of Linda Bohe [edited by M. L. Weber], typescript poems, titled Collected Poems, undated
Conroy, Frank
56.1-2 Body & Soul, incomplete typescript, 1990
56.3 Language is outside of us…, printed broadside, undated
56.4 [Unidentified lecture or essay], A recurrent pattern in the behavior…, typescript, undated
56.5 Conroy, Maggie Lee. Celestial Messengers, bound typescript, 1983
Doctorow, E. L.
56.6 Billy Bathgate, photocopy revised typescript fragment, undated
City of God
56.7 Photocopy typescript fragments, undated
56.8-9, 57.1 Photocopy revised typescript, undated
57.2 A House on the Plains, New Yorker tearsheets, 2001
57.3 Reporting the Universe, photocopy revised typescript, undated
57.4 [Unidentified poetry], Fellow citizens, brothers and sisters…, photocopy revised typescript, 13 October 1995
Flook, Maria. Master's Thesis, typescript poems, 1979
57.6 Goldfarb, Sidney. The Rushes of Tulsa, bound typescript, undated
Gordimer, Nadine
A Chip of Glass Ruby [screenplay]
57.7 Photocopy of the published short story from Not for Publication, 1965
Stage 1 draft, photocopy handwritten and typescript pages, undated
Stage 2 draft, photocopy of typescript with handwritten notes on places and times of scenes, undated
Stage 4 draft, photocopy of typescript with handwritten edits, 3 May 1981
City Lovers, photocopy of corrected typescript by Barney Simon of his screenplay adaptation of Gordimer's short story Town and Country Lovers, 17 July 1981
57.8 Johnson, Fenton. Beyond Belief, Harper's Magazine tearsheets, September 1998
57.9 Kelly, Robert. Finding the Measure, photocopy published text, 1968
57.10 Lawrence, Seymour "Sam." Memoir of a 50-Year-Old Publisher on His Voyage to Outer Space, tearsheets, undated
57.11 Lee, Annabel. Thirty County Route 34s (34-Syllable Poems) and Eleven Other Poems, typescript, undated
57.12 McCann, Richard. The Resurrectionist and Like a Fatherless Child, typescripts, curriculum vitae, undated
58.1 Mathis, Dennis. The Works and Other Works, typescript thesis short stories, July 1978
58.2 Pijewski, John. Familiar Bodies, typescript poems, undated
58.3 Ryunosuke, Akutagawa. A Fool's Life, photocopy of published translation by Will Petersen, undated
57.7 Simon, Barney. City Lovers [screenplay adaptation of Nadine Gordimer's short story Town and Country Lovers], photocopy of corrected typescript with additional handwritten corrections, 17 July 1981
Stockman, Theo
58.4 Before Night Falls [playscript adaptation of the novel Before Night Falls by Reinaldo Arenas], typescript, undated
58.5 Wordly Wise Story, typescript, undated
58.6 Unidentified author. Adam Beckett, typescript, undated

Series VI. Serial Publications, 1945-2005

60 Allure, October 1994 (contains Shop Talk)
58.7 Art & Antiques, February 1985 (contains Snowbound)
60 Atlantic, November 1981 (contains Reminiscence to a Daughter)
Bananas, no. 23, October 1980 (contains Gemcrack)
64 Summer 1993
Summer 1994
Fall 1994 (contains interview by A. M. Holmes)
58.7 Bookforum, Summer 1999 (contains Speak Memory, Phillips's review of Hope Against Hope: A Memoir by Nadezhda Mandelstam)
60 August 1985 (contains interview with Phillips)
September 1994 (contains article about Phillips)
Boston Globe Magazine
58.7 4 September 1994 (contains review of Shelter)
27 March 2003
60 no. 47, Winter 1993
no. 50, Fall 1994
no. 51, Winter 1995 (contains Phillips's contribution to Second Thoughts [What I'd Be If I Were Not a Writer])
The Christian Century, vol. 113, no. 8, 6 March 1996 (contains Report of the Spies)
Creative Living: The Magazine of Life, Winter 1980 (contains photograph of Randy Phillips)
Critical Quarterly, vol. 37, no. 4, Winter 1995 (contains Outlaw Heart and Obsession: A Simple Story)
Vol. 102, no. 2, August 1984 (contains Bess)
The 1985 Esquire Register, vol. 104, no. 6, December 1985 (contains The Short Story of Jayne Anne Phillips by David Edelstein)
Vol. 106, no. 2, August 1986 (contains Don't Everybody Talk at Once!) (The Esquire Literary Survey)
Vol. 120, no. 1, July 1993 (contains Alma)
Vol. 122, no. 4, October 1994 (contains excerpt from Shelter, Buddy in the Woods)
61 The Good Book Guide, vol. 13, Autumn/Winter 1981 (contains review of Black Tickets)
61 September 1979 (contains review of Black Tickets)
November 1998 (contains Home After Dark)
Harper's Bazaar, no. 3394, September 1994 (contains article about Phillips)
Harvard Magazine, March-April 1995 (contains Harvard Portrait: Jayne Anne Phillips)
58.8 no. 1, 1 February 1980
no. 2, April/May 1980 (contains interview)
64 Libération: Pour Quoi Ecrivez-vous?, March 1985 (contains responses from 400 world authors, including Phillips)
Research for Lark and Termite
58.8 2 October 1950
58.9 16 June 1952
27 April 1959
27 July 1959
58.10 17 August 1959
Research for Shelter
58.10 24 May 1963
28 June 1963
59.1 12 July 1963
9 August 1963
JFK Memorial Edition, 1963
59.2 6 September 1968
6 December 1968
61 Lit, vol. 1, 1981 (contains review of The Heavenly Animal [Black Tickets])
59.2 LOOK, 27 August 1963 (research for Shelter)
61 August 1994 (contains article about Phillips)
May 2000 (contains interview)
National Geographic, vol. LXXXVII, no. 3, March 1945 (research for Machine Dreams)
New York
61 20 April 1981 (contains The Secret Places of the Heart)
14 March 1982 (contains Recording Angel)
23 July 1984 (contains interview)
New York Times Magazine
59.3 2 October 1994
15 July 2001 (contains highlighted article on fetal surgery for spina bifida, possibly research for Lark & Termite)
61 Newsweek, 22 October 1972 (contains review of Black Tickets and interview by James N. Baker)
Noi Donne, February 1986 (contains review of Machine Dreams)
North American Review, vol. 262, no. 2, Summer 1977 (contains Solo Dance and photographs from the Iowa Writers' Workshop)
Oxford American, no. 39, May/June 2001 (possibly for James Dickey tribute?)
62 9 June 1980 (contains review of Black Tickets)
30 July 1984 (contains review of Machine Dreams)
11 May 1987 (contains review of Fast Lanes)
17 February 1992 (contains review of The Movie That Changed My Life)
10 July 2000 (contains review of MotherKind)
Poets & Writers, vol. 16, no. 5, September/October 1988 (contains article about Tom Victor)
Publishers Weekly
62 9 July 1979 (contains Black Tickets advertisement)
27 April 1984 (contains review of Machine Dreams)6
8 June 1984 (contains interview with Phillips)
Radcliffe Quarterly
62 Winter/Spring 1995 (contains review of Shelter)
Winter 1997 (contains Callie)
Spring 1999 (contains Home After Dark)
Summer 2000 (contains MotherKind excerpt and interview)
62 November 1979 (contains Souvenir)
July 2000 (contains Mothering My Mother)
59.3 Rolling Stone, 5 February 1981 (contains How Mickey Made It)
62 November 1984 (contains All-American Car-Seat Love excerpt from Machine Dreams)
February 1992 (contains Hit the Road: Along Southern Highways and Along the Coast of Maine)
63 The Southern Review, Winter 2005 (contains Termite, 1959)
59.4 Spot, no. 5, May 1981 (contains interview with Phillips)
63 Star Trek: The Next Generation, vol. 30, 1993
59.4 Stern, 2 April 1981 (contains review of Das himmlische Tier)
Threepenny Review
65.3 Winter 1983 (contains interview with Phillips)
Summer 1995 (contains review of Shelter)
63 16 July 1984 (contains review of Machine Dreams)
15 May 2000 (contains review of MotherKind)
Time Out
59.5 No. 549, 24-30 October 1980 (contains review of Black Tickets)
No. 1274, 18-25 January 1995 (contains advertisement for author reading of Shelter)
63 Trellis, no. 3, Summer 1979 (contains Why Do You Bite Your Fingernails, The Old Glass Negative, The Race, Piano Player, and Abortion, as well as conversation with Maggie Anderson)
Vanity Fair, vol. 57, no. 10, October 1994 (contains Sam's Scribes)
59.5 VeckoRevyn, no. 23, June 1981 (contains review of Black Tickets)
63 Vis a Vis, May 1987 (contains interview with Phillips)
63 July 1984 (contains interview)
September 1994 (contains review of Shelter)
59.6 Vogue Paris, no. 679, September 1987 (contains interview with Phillips)
Washington Post Magazine
63 12 July 1998
30 July 2000
8 July 2001 (contains Burning the Trees)
65.3 West Virginia Hillbilly, 24 November 1979 (contains article about Phillips)
63 West Virginia University Alumni Magazine, Summer 1996 (contains article about Phillips)
64 Writer's Chronicle, May/Summer 2002, vol. 34, no. 6 (contains interview with Phillips)
64-66 Oversize Boxes

Index of Correspondents

  • Ackerson, David (Greater Mesaba Men's Book Club)--46.1
  • Afflerbach, Jennifer and J. R.--43.9
  • Agee, Jonis--44.2
  • Agne, Karen--38.3
  • Albert, Elisa, 1978- --3.8
  • Alexander, Brooke--46.5, 47.3
  • Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. (Nicholas______, Sheila ______, Kathy ______, Ann Close, Gary Fisketjohn re Margot Livesey, Laura Goldin, Barbara Grossman, Sonny Mehta, Jason Zuzga)--8.4, 19.3, 20.4, 35.2-4, 39.8, 42.1, 42.9, 45.6, 46.1, 46.5
  • All Newton Music School--46.3
  • Allen, Aiko--38.8, 40.5, 46.8
  • Alopaeus, Marja--42.3
  • Allure (Mary Turner)--33.12
  • American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters (John Cheever, Casindania P. Eaton, Margaret M. Mills)--44.2
  • American Academy of Arts and Letters--(Ada Louise Huxtable, Rossana Martinez, William Weaver)--36.5, 47.7
  • American Center of P.E.N. (Norman Mailer)--44.5
  • Anchor Books (Nan A. Talese)--43.6
  • Anderson, Robert--38.6. 47.4, 48.5
  • Angelson, Genevieve--46.2
  • Antaeus (Ecco Press) (Susan Dwyer, Daniel Halpern)--39.9, 40.3
  • Aperture Foundation (Rebecca______)--45.2
  • Aphra (Elizabeth Fisher)--47.2
  • Appleman, Mickey--38.3
  • Armour and Company (F. R. Olin)--50.2
  • Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (Milan, Italy) (Giancarlo Bonacina)--47.4
  • Aschehoug (Marit Notaker, Synnove Helene Tresselt)--33.8
  • Associated Writing Programs--44.6
  • Atlantic Monthly (Jim Atlas, C. Michael Curtis)--38.3, 39.9, 44.3
  • Association of Writers & Writing Programs (David Fenza)--54.1
  • ATTA BOY! (Linda Bohe, Phoebe MacAdams)--38.7-8
  • Atwood, Margaret, 1939- --33.11, 47.4
  • Auburndale Wallpaper Studio, Inc.--46.4
  • Ayer, Elsie--42.3
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company (C. H. Moran)--50.2
  • Banks, Russell, 1940- --3.8
  • Bantam Books (Firm) (Ted Solotaroff)--41.3
  • Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc. (Ingrid ______, Jacqueline Cantor, Carole Christiansen, Mollie Doyle, Joann Marchetti, Noemi M. Miller, Wes Shaffer, Alice Sorensen, Suzanne Taylor Starace, Trish Todd)--23.3, 32.8-9, 35.2, 38.3, 42.2
  • Barlow, M. L.--45.3
  • Barth, ______--46.8
  • Barth, Nicolette (Mrs. William Peter)--see Yeazell, Nicolette
  • Barthelme, Frederick, 1943- --44.4, 47.1
  • Bateman, Alan L.--43.6
  • Bauer, Jerry--47.2
  • Bausch, Richard, 1945- --41.8
  • Beard, Jo Ann--45.4, 45.6, 46.1, 46.6
  • Beer, Thomas--46.6
  • Bender, Mary Beth Cummings--42.1, 47.1
  • Bennington College Writing Seminars (Priscilla Hodgkins)--53.3
  • Bergman, Steve--45.2
  • Berlin Verlag (Caroline Bolz, Arnulf Conradi)--3.6, 33.11-12, 35.2, 38.3
  • Berssenbrugge, Mei-mei, 1947- --38.7
  • Bert Bakker bloemlezing (Paul de Bruin)--47.4
  • Beth Israel Hospital (Boston, Mass.)--52.6
  • Betmaleck, Matthew F.--54.1
  • Bice, Lola--38.7
  • Big Deal (Barbara Baracks)--40.3
  • Big Moon (Christy KcKelhaln)--47.2
  • Birch Valley Lumber Company--50.2
  • Blickle, Peter--45.4
  • Blythe, Will--25.6, 31.7
  • Bohe, Linda--38.7-8, 40.2
  • Bok & Bibliotek (Fair) (Gunilla Sandin)--38.2
  • Bokforlaget Forum (Stockholm) (Bertil Käll)--33.8, 35.2, 35.7, 37.8, 46.5
  • Bookforum (Will Bayre)--35.2, 46.5
  • Book-of-the-Month Club (Alice van Straalen)--32.7
  • Book Sense (Program) (Patricia Johnson)--46.1
  • Bookslinger Editions (Firm : Saint Paul, Minn.) (James Sitter)--44.1
  • Boston Ballet School--46.2
  • Boston University (Pamela Gray, Jennifer R. Pilton, George Starbuck)--40.6, 43.4
  • [Boyd], George Dolliver [mother's uncle]--50.2
  • Bowman, Bill--42.3
  • Boyd, Mary--49.6
  • Bradley, E. Mary--46.8
  • Brandeis University (Anne P. Carter, Joanne Heatley, Caroline F. Locke, Jehuda Reinharz)--41.8, 44.3
  • Brandeis University. Dept. of English and American Literature (Search Committee)--28.7
  • Brandeis University. National Women's Committee. North Jersey Chapter (Joanne Polner)--44.3
  • Braslaw, Michael--38.7
  • Bread Loaf Writers' Conference of Middlebury College (Robert Pack, 1929- , Edward A. Martin)--35.7, 39.8, 43.1
  • Brick (Michael Ondaatje, 1943- )--32.7
  • Bridson, Brenda--47.1
  • Brisbin, Sharon Zickefoose--see Zickefoose, Sharon
  • British Airways (Elizabeth Weisser)--46.6
  • British Broadcasting Corporation. Radio Finance (Roger Standingford)--33.1
  • Brookbank, Joan Louise--46.5
  • Brooke, Oliver--32.10
  • Brooke Alexander, Inc.--see Alexander, Brooke
  • Brown, Kurt (Writers on Life and Craft)--46.4
  • Brown, Rosellen--32.1, 42.4, 44.5
  • Burns, Grant, 1947- --46.8
  • Burt, John--28.7
  • Busch, Frederick, 1941-2006--32.1, 38.7, 44.4, 45.2, 45.5, 47.1, 47.4, 48.5
  • Bush, Duncan--44.5
  • Cahill, Brendan--46.5
  • Campo, ______--54.1
  • Caperton, Gaston and Rachael Worby--43.1, 52.4
  • Carl Schurz Haus (Claudia Ebel, 1956- )--46.3
  • Carlson, Susan--54.1
  • Cardinal Type Service (Dan Hartman)--47.2
  • Carper, W. C.--10.1
  • Carver, Maryann--46.6
  • Carver, Raymond, 1938-1988--44.3, 47.1-2
  • Central National Bank of Buckhannon (Sue Warner)--50.1
  • Chaplin, Casner & Edwards (Andrew M. Higgins)--11.4
  • Chapman, Isabelle--33.10, 44.1, 44.5, 45.4, 47.2
  • Chariton Review--38.8, 39.3
  • Cheever, John (for American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters)--44.2
  • Cheschi, Ann--42.9
  • Chester, Laura (The Figures press)--38.8, 39.3
  • Chestnut Hill School--42.1, 43.6
  • Cheuse, Alan--44.4
  • Child, Susan (Child Rugoff)--44.6
  • Christian Bourgois Editeur (Christian Bourgois)--33.10, 51.11
  • Cincinnati Poetry Review--39.3
  • Cionitt, Victor N. ("Vito")--38.8
  • Cleveland Clinic Foundation (Edward M. Cordasco)--19.5
  • Cochran, Ronald--46.1
  • Coleman & Wallace (Robert J. Wallace)--49.6
  • College Retirement Equities Fund--see Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association
  • Collins, Bud--38.2, 42.1, 43.9
  • Collom, Jack, 1931- --38.8
  • Columbia University. School of the Arts (re Sukee Ryu)--43.5
  • Concord Academy (Concord, Mass.) (Patty Hager, Sue Sauer)--43.6
  • Conroy, Frank, 1936-2005--12.1, 42.1, 44.4, 47.1, 48.5, 56.1
  • Conroy, Maggie--12.1, 38.2, 42.1, 44.5, 45.2
  • Conroy, Will--46.2
  • Coordinating Council of Literary Magazines (U.S.) (Eleanor W. Shakin)--38.8
  • Copper Prince Consolidated Mining & Milling Co. of Idaho (Samuel B. Holbert)--50.2
  • Cormier, Robert--42.1
  • Cornell University (Graduate School Writing Committee re Joseph Wood)--43.5
  • Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc. (Catherine Rossbach)--38.8, 41.2
  • Creative Artists Agency (Laurie Horowitz)--37.5
  • Creighton, Jane, 1952- --38.8, 39.4
  • Critical Quarterly (C. B. Cox, Peter Nicholls, Kate Ogborn)--32.10, 33.12, 38.3, 38.5
  • Croft, Caroline--37.3
  • Cuddihy, Michael--see Ironwood
  • Currey, Richard, 1949- --28.9, 29.1, 38.8, 39.9, 40.5, 42.1, 43.8, 44.1, 44.4, 45.2-3, 45.6, 46.8
  • Curtis Brown Ltd. (Ellen Levine, Diana Mackay)--33.11, 38.7-8, 41.1, 47.2
  • Daily Iowan--49.6
  • Danford, Natalie--54.1
  • Daughters of the American Revolution--49.6
  • Dawson, Fielding, 1930-2002--39.1
  • December--40.3
  • Delacorte Press (Laura Bernay, Linda Biagi)--44.1, 45.2, 47.2; see also Lawrence, Seymour
  • DeLillo, Don--42.2
  • Dell Publishing Company (Carole Baron, Laura Bernay, Jackie Cantor, Meryl Earl, Susanne Fordham-Orteig, John McLeran, Susan Moldow, Katherine Santone, Julia M. Wallace)--32.7, 47.2-3, 44.1, 47.3-4; see also Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc.
  • Demirjian, Stephen--54.1
  • Dewall, Nancy Goodwin--36.3, 46.7
  • Dewse, David A.--36.3
  • Dial Press (Tsuyako Uehara)--47.4
  • Dickerson, Suzanne Hartman--46.8
  • Didion, Joan--46.8, 47.2
  • Dillard, Annie--32.1, 44.4, 44.6, 45.5, 46.8, 47.1
  • Doctorow, E. L., 1931- --34.11, 42.2, 44.3-4
  • Donley, Charles--50.2
  • Dorothy Blumenfeld Moyer Memorial Award Committee (re Theodore Dela Avle and Christopher Boucher)--41.8
  • Doubleday and Company, inc. (Nan A. Talese)--46.2
  • Doubletake (Elizabeth Phillips)--17.2
  • Douglass, Jeff (United States. Marine Corps)--1.1
  • Dove-Viebahn, Rita--44.4
  • Drakulić, Slavenka, 1949- --38.2, 43.4
  • Drury, Tom--44.1, 44.5, 45.3
  • Duncan, David James--46.1
  • Dutton Plume (Clare Ferraro, John Schline)--34.2
  • Dykstra, Greg--42.3
  • E. P. Dutton (Firm) (Ron C. Fascitelli, Joseph Kanon, Janet Kraybill, Seymour Lawrence, Jean Rawitt, Leslie Wells)--13.2, 34.7, 34.11, 35.1, 42.9, 44.5-6, 45.1, 46.2, 46.8, 47.2, 48.17, 52.8
  • Earthrise Entertainment (Firm) (re Douglas Peacock film)--52.8
  • Edition Stemmle (Marion Elmer)--27.1
  • Editorial Sudamericana (Gloria L. de Rodrigué)--42.9
  • Emory University (Irwin T. Hyatt, 1935- re Ha Jin)--42.5
  • Epoch (Tom Merwin)--41.5
  • Epstein, Leslie--44.3, 44.6
  • Escalante, Beatriz, 1957- --36.4
  • Esquire (Will Blythe, Tom Jenks, L. Rust Hills)--25.6, 29.1, 47.4, 52.6
  • Estep, Michael--46.6
  • Evans, John (Lemuria Book Store)--46.2
  • Eversz, Robert--33.12
  • Ex Libris Kirjakerho (Helena Autio-Meloni)--35.7
  • Expressen (Maria Schottenius, 1953- )--32.9, 33.8
  • Federal American National Bank & Trust Co. (Washington, D. C.) (Charles B. Lyddane)--50.2
  • Faber and Faber (Charles Boyle, Judith Hillmore, Camilla Horne, Fiona McCrae, Robert McCrum, Emma Platt, Lucy Vickery, Nicola Winter)--32.10, 34.2, 34.7, 45.1, 45.3, 47.2-3, 52.8
  • Fairbanks, Jim, Jeanne and Carol [cousins]--49.8
  • Farnsworth, F.--49.8
  • [Farrar, Straus, and Giroux]--2.4
  • fiction international (Joe David Bellamy)--47.4
  • Fidelity Investments (Firm)--44.3
  • Fields, Rick (Orange Press)--39.3
  • Fiffer, Steve and Sharon--36.3
  • The Figures (press)--38.8
  • Fitz-gibbon, Susan--39.3
  • Flook, Maria--44.2, 44.5
  • Forer, Leon--44.5
  • Forum Publishers (Stockholm) (Marie Louise ______, Ingrid Carroll, Bertil Käll)--33.5, 35.7, 31.14, 47.4
  • Fosse, Bob, 1927-1987--44.4
  • Fox, Joan--10.1
  • Frederick T. Courtright (Frederick T. Courtright)--42.2
  • Freed, Michael--42.3
  • Frontiers (Marilynn Sawin)--47.2
  • Gagnon, Michel--41.3
  • Gallagher, Tess--45.1
  • Gallimard, Antoine (Editions Gallimard)--43.4
  • Gallimaufry (Mary MacArthur)--39.4
  • Garlow, John A.--39.4
  • Gifford, Barry, 1946- --42.4
  • Gilchrist, Ellen, 1935- --42.4, 44.4
  • Gilmore, Jennifer--45.6
  • Glassmeyer, Donata--44.5
  • Gloria, Eugene--45.6
  • Godden, Richard , 1946- --54.15
  • Goldfarb, Sydney--44.6
  • Goldsmith, Keith--46.5
  • Goodrich, Katie--38.3
  • Goodman, Ivy, 1953- --17.1, 18.3, 38.2-3, 42.4, 44.3, 44.5-6, 45.1
  • Gordimer, Nadine--42.4, 44.3-4, 45.5, 57.7
  • Gordon, Jaimy, 1944- --42.4, 44.2-3, 44.5, 45.6
  • Graceland College (Lamoni, Iowa) (Jon Wallace)--48.10
  • Graf, Karin--44.3
  • Graham, Mary--38.3
  • Grand Street (Ben Sonnenberg)--47.2
  • Granite--47.2
  • Granta (Fatema Ahmed, Bill Buford, Ursula Doyle, Rose Marie Morse, Rachel Stoll, Karen Whitfield)--17.4, 25.5, 32.1, 35.2, 42.4, 45.4
  • Gregory, Peg [maternal aunt, mother of Linda Smitherman]--46.7, 49.9
  • Group de la Cite (Ivan Nabokov)--47.5, 55.11
  • Grumbach, Doris--44.3, 47.1
  • Guardian Media Group--46.1
  • [Gunder], Lee (New York University)--46.6
  • Gunn, Kirsty--45.6
  • Gurganus, Allan, 1947- --33.11
  • Hallman, Ryon--46.2
  • Hallmark Publishing Holdings, Inc. (Stacey C. Rivera)--54.1
  • Halstead Property Company (Susan Evans)--45.4
  • Hamill, Pete, 1935- (Daily News, N.Y.)--44.4
  • Hammond, Robert (Friends of the High Line)--54.1
  • Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman Newman & Warren, L.L.P. (Jason P. Hendler)--37.5
  • Hanssen, Toril--47.4
  • Harbourfront Reading Series (Greg Gatenby)--32.7
  • Harcourt Brace & Company (Walt Bode)--42.4
  • Hardie, Gwen, 1962- --46.5
  • Harjo, Joy--44.5
  • Harper & Row, Publishers (Lyn Littlefield)--39.5
  • Harper's Bazaar (Meredith Kahn)--45.6
  • Harper's Magazine (Colin Harrison, Barbara Jones, Peter McCabe)--26.12-13, 47.1
  • HarperCollins (Firm) (Jay Papasan)--43.3
  • Harvard University. Dept. of English and American Literature and Language (Leo Damrosch)--38.2
  • Haug, Ingrid, 1926- --33.8, 38.2, 45.4
  • Hearse--47.2
  • Hearst Corporation. Magazines Division--46.4
  • Hermstein, Rudolf--33.11
  • [Herrman], Pam--46.7
  • Hershman, Marcie, 1951- (Brandeis University)--38.2, 45.6
  • Hewitt, Geof (New Letters)--47.2, 48.10
  • Higgins, George (Boston University)--38.2
  • Hinsey, Ellen, 1960- --42.5
  • Hoffman, Peter (Owl Productions, Ltd.)--44.3
  • Hollo, Anselm--44.4
  • Holmqvist, Bengt, 1924- --34.11
  • Holstein, Alice C.--38.2
  • Holt, Rush Dew, 1905-1955--49.6
  • Hörmack, Mats--46.5
  • Hornbeck, Ann--39.5, 44.3
  • Hostutler, Carole (Boston University)--46.2
  • Hough, Lindy, 1944- --39.5, 40.2
  • Houghton, Mifflin and Company (Alan Andres, Nader F. Darehshori, Deborah Engel, Jonathan Galassi, Clayton Harper, Steven D. Hill, Joseph Kanon, Mindy Keskinen, Hilary Liftin, Robie Macauley, Shannon Ravenel, Ann M. Shayne, Irene Williams, Sharon Zimmerman)--32.7, 33.8, 33.11-12, 37.10, 38.2-3, 45.4, 47.1, 47.4, 52.8
  • Houghton Mifflin/Seymour Lawrence (Lori A. Galvin, Seymour Lawrence)--22.1, 33.12, 42.9, 45.2, 46.2
  • Houghton Mifflin Company. Trade and Reference Division (Seymour Lawrence, Jennifer Scanlon)--34.2, 42.9, 55.11
  • Houlding, Mike--44.5
  • Howard, Jim--39.5
  • Huddle, David, 1942- --44.4, 44.6
  • Huff, Melissa K. (The Charleston Gazette)--21.1
  • Hull, Anne--42.2, 42.5, 43.1, 45.4, 45.6, 46.2
  • Humboldt State College (Jim ______)--30.3
  • Hykes, Camille (Houghton Mifflin)--38.2, 46.3
  • Ingram Merrill Foundation (John Myers)--44.1
  • International Creative Management, Inc. (Marie Behan, Jeff Berg, Maggie Curran, Jenna Dimond, Catherine Gottlieb, Lew Grimes, Lynn Nesbit, Amanda Urban)--33.11, 42.6, 44.1, 45.2, 46.1, 46.8, 47.2, 52.8
  • Internationale Fruhjahrsbuchwoche (Tilman Urbach)--33.8
  • Io (Lindy Hough, 1944- )--39.5
  • Iowa Writers' Workshop (Frank Conroy re Caleb Wiggins)--46.5
  • Ironwood (Michael Cuddihy)--38.8, 40.2
  • Irving, John, 1942- --44.3-4
  • J. M. Meulenhoff (Maarten Asscher, 1957-, Nanda van den Berg, Laurens van Krevelen)--32.9
  • Jack Lenor Larson (Catherine ______)--46.2
  • Janklow & Nesbit Associates (Maria Gallacher, Richard Morris, Lynn Nesbit, Paul T. Nicholson, Ed Roque, Theresa Savage, Eric Simonoff, Dorothy Vincent)--26.12, 31.12, 32.5, 32.8, 33.11-12, 34.1-2, 35.3, 38.3, 43.5, 45
  • Jelley, Michele--54.1
  • Jenkins, Jay A.--39.4, 39.7, 42.7
  • Jin, Ha, 1956- --42.5
  • Johansson, Ingemar--44.2
  • John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation (Joel Conarroe, 1934- ; Peter Kardon; Tanselle, G. Thomas (George Thomas), 1934- )--42.1 (re Tom Drury), 43.5 (re Tom Franklin, Gish Jen, Rosa Shand, Beth Kephart Sulit), 44.5, 46.1, 46.6 (re Richard McCann), 57.12 (re Richard McCann)
  • Johns Hopkins University (Charles Newman, Barth, John, 1930- )--40.6
  • Johnson, Fenton--44.1
  • Jonathan Cape (Firm) (Dan Franklin)--35.2
  • Josephs, Bonnie P. (Bonnie P. Josephs)--42.7
  • Kamata, Suzanne, 1965- --54.1
  • Kantrowitz, Judy Leopold, 1958- --38.3
  • Karlin, Paul--44.5
  • Katalyst Development Strategies (Rebecca Kimmons)--38.2
  • Kavanagh, James M. (United States. Army. Infantry Division, 1st)--9.3
  • Kayak (Santa Cruz) (George Hitchcock)--47.2, 48.10
  • Keeling, Jo Slaughter (Mrs. Phil)--see Slaughter, Jo
  • Kelly, Peter L.--32.10
  • Kephart, Beth--35.2, 43.6, 46.1, 46.4
  • Kerfoot, D. W. (Duthie Books, Ltd.)--44.5
  • Kidder, Tracy--45.4
  • Kinder, Chuck (University of Pittsburgh)--44.6, 55.2
  • King, ______--54.1
  • Kissil, ______--54.1
  • Klaussen, Anita Ruthling--36.3, 38.2, 42.1, 42.8, 43.9
  • Klinkenborg, Verlyn--42.8
  • Knost, ______--49.6
  • Knowles, Clark E. (University of New Hampshire)--45.6
  • Knox, Kathy--39.5, 44.2
  • Kotzwinkle, William--44.1
  • Kraus, Sharon, 1961- --46.2
  • Krishnan, S. (United States Information Service, Madras India)--44.6
  • Kunitz, Stanley, 1905-2006 (re John Pijewski)--45.4
  • Kurki-Suonio, Sirkka--31.14
  • Kustannusosakeyhtiö Tammi (Helsinki, Finland) (Olli Arrakoski, Päivi Haarala)--33.8
  • LB Resebyrå (Gunnel Haglund)--47.4
  • Ladies Home Journal (Mary Lou Mullen)--44.4
  • Lahti International Writers' Reunion (Jan Blomstedtr)--42.3
  • Lake Palace Hotel (Udaipur, India) (Neerja ______)--53.1
  • Lane, Randolph--9.4, 10.1
  • Langdon Mill & Lumber Company (John W. Hurley)--50.2
  • Lange, Jessica--14.7-8, 15.2-4, 44.3, 46.2, 46.5, 52.6-7
  • Langlois, Cathy ("Margaret")--39.9
  • Lannan Foundation (Martha Jessup)--46.2
  • Lapautre, Michelle--42.9, 44.1, 47.2-3
  • Lappin, Linda--44.1, 45.6
  • Larner, Jeremy--44.3
  • Laskas, Gretchen Moran--42.3
  • Lawrence, Anne--28.7
  • Lawrence, Macy--see Ratliff, Macy
  • Lawrence, Merloyd--42.9
  • Lawrence, Nicholas--42.9
  • Lawrence, Seymour ("Sam")--33.12, 34.11, 35.1, 38.2, 42.9, 44.1, 45.1-2, 46.1-3, 46.8, 47.2, 48.17, 52.6-7; see also Seymour Lawrence Books and Seymour Lawrence Inc.
  • Lee, Annabel Levitt (Vehicle Editions)--4.1, 39.4, 39.9, 44.5, 45.6, 46.3, 47.2-3
  • Leggett, John ("Jack")--45.1, 47.1, 47.4, 48.5
  • Lennart Sane Agency (Lennart Sane)--47.4
  • Levitt, Annabel--see Lee, Annabel Levitt
  • Lew Grimes Literary Agency (Lew Grimes)--38.3
  • Librairie Plon--see Plon (Firm)
  • Lincoln School (Brookline, Mass.) (______ Hutchison)--45.4
  • Linsky, Judy--39.9, 42.9, 52.8
  • Livesey, Margot--38.2
  • Livingston, Gail--39.9
  • Lloyd, Rosemary--4.1
  • Lodestar Press--39.9
  • Lonely Planet Publications (Firm) (Jocelyn [Harewood])--4.1
  • [Lopate], Phillip--39.9
  • Lordly & Dame, Inc. (Bill Thompson)--44.3
  • Los Angeles Times Syndicate (Jesse E. Levine)--26.13
  • Lott, Bret--47.1
  • MJB Asset Management (Richard Bregman)--17.4
  • M. Dan Nickel & Associates (Douglas A. Nickel)--49.6
  • MacAdams, Lewis, 1944- (San Francisco State University. Poetry Center)--40.1
  • MacAdams, Phoebe (ATTA BOY!)--38.8
  • MacArthur Fellows Program (Scott Sampson re Tom Drury)--43.5
  • MacDonald, Ken--47.1
  • MacDowell Colony, Inc. (Shirley Blanchard)--4.1, 48.5
  • Mademoiselle (Mary Elizabeth McNichols)--39.9
  • Mallory, Teri--46.7
  • Malouf, David, 1934- --43.1, 52.6
  • Manchester Metropolitan University (Sarah MacLachlan)--46.6
  • Manhattan Theatre Club (Katri Skala)--38.2-3, 43.1
  • Mann, Nicolette--see Yeazell, Nicolette
  • Mark Taper Forum (Los Angeles, Calif.)--see Teich, Jessica A.
  • Marshall, Megan--38.2, 45.6
  • Martin, Jim--65
  • Mary Baldwin College (Jeffrey L. Buller)--46.2
  • Masia, Andy ("Swamp")--40.1
  • Mason, Bobbie Ann--44.4
  • Massachusetts Center for the Book (Sharon Shaloo)--45.4, 52.8
  • Massachusetts. Registry of Motor Vehicles--46.3
  • Mastoon, Adam--52.3
  • [Mathis], Dennis--44.5
  • Matthews, William ("Bill") (University of Colorado)--47.2
  • Mattlin, Sharon--40.1
  • Mazzeo, Arthur--45.1
  • McAuliffe, Jody, 1954- --47.2
  • McCauley, Debbie--46.8
  • McClelland and Stewart Limited (Avie Bennett, Douglas M. Gibson, Valerie A. Jacobs, Jeanette Kong, Jennifer Shepherd)--32.7, 34.2
  • McClung, Mary--40.1-2, 40.5
  • McCorkle, Jill, 1958- --27.5, 43.9, 45.5
  • McDermott, Jeanne and Ted Finch--46.1
  • McEwan, Ian--32.10, 35.2, 43.1, 48.5
  • McKinney, Irene (Trellis)--40.1-2, 43.1
  • McMicken College of Arts and Sciences (Donata Glassmeyer)--36.8
  • Meadows Office Furniture Company (Rick Lynch)--54.1
  • Measure (Howard McCord, 1932- )--39.3
  • Media Research Bureau--49.6
  • Melling, Philip H.--32.10
  • Merani, Saroj--53.1
  • Michaels, Leonard, 1933-2003--34.11, 44.4
  • Milenski, Paul--35.1
  • Miller, H. A.--50.2
  • Miller, Sue, 1943- --38.2
  • Mills, Julie--49.8
  • Mills, Russell--32.10
  • Minot, Susan--48.17
  • Mirabella (Adam Begley, Cathleen Medwick, 1948- )--38.2, 45.2
  • Mississippi Review (Frederick Barthelme, 1943- )--44.4, 47.1
  • Mobius, Inc. (Marilyn Arsem, Katherine Finkelpearl, Helen Shlien)--43.6
  • Mooney, Gail--44.2
  • Morgan, Paul C.--11.4
  • Moser, Barry--46.2
  • Mosher, Howard Frank--42.4
  • Mothercare Services, Inc.--46.2
  • Mow, Elizabeth ("Bunny")--44.3, 46.7
  • Mugar Memorial Library (Boston University) (Howard B. Gotlieb)--44.3
  • Mukkulan Kartanohotelli (Heimo Kempii)--44.5
  • Multibank Mortgage Co., Inc. (James Flynn)--34.11
  • Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company--39.6
  • Naropa Institute--40.3, 47.2, 48.10
  • Narrative magazine (Tom Jenks, 1950- )--8.1, 27.5
  • National Endowment for the Arts--34.11, 44.4
  • (Carrie Hill Wilner)--46.6
  • [Neighborhood Association]--21.2
  • New Directions (New York, N.Y.) (Peter Glassgold)--47.1
  • New England Home for Little Wanderers (Patrick Nugent)--38.3
  • New Letters (Judy Ray, Wilhelmina Robinson)--40.3, 47.2, 48.10
  • New York Times Book Review (Harvey Shapiro, 1924- )--11.4
  • New Yorker (Lee [Aitken], Veronica Geng, Charles McGrath, William Shawn)--26.8, 46.8, 47.1
  • New Zealand International Festival of the Arts (Ann Mallinson)--32.10
  • Nicholls, Peter, 1950- (University of Sussex)--32.10, 38.3
  • Nickell, Ellen--46.7
  • [Nilsen, R_____]--4.1
  • Nordenskiöld, Claes--33.8
  • Nordan, Lewis ("Buddy")--see University of Pittsburgh
  • North American Review (Robley Wilson--40.3
  • Northeastern Illinois University. Interpreters Theatre Group (Judith West)--47.3
  • Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (Marcia E. Mattice)--43.2
  • Nouvel Observateur (François and Max Armanet, Julie Harston, Isabelle Monnin)--33.10, 43.3
  • Oberlin College (Stuart Friebert)--47.4
  • O'Brien, Tim, 1946- --44.1, 44.4, 46.8
  • O'Connel, Margaret--54.1
  • O'Kelly, Lisa (The Guardian)--43.3
  • Oldaker, Kathy--40.4, 43.9
  • Olds, Sharon (New York University)--43.3
  • Olsen, Eric, 1948- --28.9
  • Olsen, Tillie--44.1, 44.3-4, 45.4
  • Olsson, Matt--40.4
  • Ondaatje, Michael, 1943- --32.7, 43.3, 45.2, 52.8
  • Orion Pictures (Marc Platt, 1957- )--15.2
  • Ours, Mary Noble--54.1
  • Owens, Clarke (Saint Anselm College)--46.8
  • Oxford University Press (D. Anthony English)--35.2
  • Palaemon Press (Stuart Wright)--46.8
  • Palamidessi Moore, Christine--42.3
  • Palleau-Papin, Françoise--3.7
  • Pancake, Breece D'J, d. 1979--43.4
  • Pancake, Helen--44.6
  • Paris Review (Michael Benedikt, Jonathan Galassi)--38.7, 47.1
  • Park School (Caroline P. Hoppin)--42.9, 46.1
  • Parker Duryee Rosoff & Haft (Arthur H. Brown, Jr.)--42.9
  • Paterson S & D. Co. (______ Green)--50.2
  • Paul Kohner-Michael Levy Agency (Helene Freitas, Michael Marcus)--47.4
  • Paul Robeson Gallery (Lisa Hasselbrook)--54.1
  • Peabody Essex Museum--45.6
  • PEN/Faulkner Foundation (Jessica Neely)--46.6
  • Penguin (Firm) (Sally Gaminara, Peter Mayer)--11.4, 31.14, 46.8, 47.4
  • Persea Books (Karen Braziller)--39.8
  • Peterson, Mark--39.4, 40.6, [41.3 possibly Mark Smitherman]
  • Peterson, Virgil A.--44.5, 48.5
  • Phillips, Amy Jo [niece]--43.9
  • Phillips, Ann [brother's wife]--44.5, 50.6 (to Russell Phillips)
  • Phillips, David T. [brother]--38.3, 40.5-6, 44.3, 46.8, 49.5, 50.1
  • Phillips, Martha Jane Thornhill [mother ("Mumper")]--9.4, 19.5, 36.8, 39.5, 40.5-6, 44.5, 46.7-8, 47.1, 49.5-6, 49.8, 50.2
  • Phillips, Maud Ellen ("Poddy") [father's aunt]--10.1
  • Phillips, Melanie [sister-in-law]--38.2
  • Phillips, Russell Randolph ("Rusty") [father]--9.3-6, 10.1-2, 10.4, 40.5-6, 45.5, 46.7-8, 47.1, 50.4-7
  • Phillips, Russell R., Jr. ("Randy") [brother]--9.4, 11.5, 16.4, 40.5-6, 46.1, 46.8, 49.8, 50.1
  • Pierre Belfond (Firm) (Pierre Belfond, Jacqueline Raoul-Duval)--47.2-3
  • Pihlajamaa, Heimo--35.16
  • Pijewski, John--44.5, 44.4
  • Platt, Frank--38.3
  • Playboy (Chicago, Ill.) (Vicky Chen Haider)--47.4
  • Plevin, Arlene--33.7
  • Plon (Firm) (Ivan Nabokov)--33.10, 43.4
  • Ploughshares (DeWitt Henry)--47.1
  • Pocket Books (Ronald Busch, William Grose, Jane Rosenman)--34.6, 35.1, 36.3, 47.2
  • Poetry Center of the 92nd Street YM-YWHA (New York, N.Y.) (Karl Kirchwey, 1956- )--45.2
  • Poets & Writers, Inc. (Cheri Fein)--40.6
  • Porat, Marc--47.4
  • Poverman, C. E., 1944- ("Buzz")--29.6, 46.8
  • Prague Summer Writers' Workshop (Trevor Top, Robert M. Eversz)--43.4
  • Price, Wreta and John (from Russell Phillips)--9.5
  • Proch, Harry--50.2
  • Prometheus / Bert Bakker (Mai Spijkers)--32.9
  • Publishers Place (Kirk Judd and Barbara Smith)--46.4
  • Purviance, Donald--29.5
  • Pushcart Press (Bill Henderson)--47.4
  • Queens College (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of English. Evening Readings (Joe Cuomo)--46.3
  • Radcliffe College (Pat Harrison)--45.4
  • Radcliffe College. Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute (Elizabeth McKinsey)--38.3, 46.5 (re Rosalyn Drexler), 46.8 (re Irene McKinney), 47.1
  • Radcliffe Quarterly (Clara Wainwright)--46.5
  • Ralph Sipper Books (Ralph B. Sipper)--35.2, 45.4
  • Ramey, James (James Thomas)--36.4
  • Rance, Mark (New West Productions)--43.4
  • Random House (Firm) (Debbie Carl, Anne Freedgood)--41.2, 45.6
  • Random House of Canada Limited (David Kent)--32.7
  • Ratliff, Macy--46.2
  • Rawson, Rebecca--osf 2
  • Rea, Elizabeth Richebourg--43.5
  • Redbook (Anne Larsen, Eileen Schnurr, Anne Mollegen Smith)--32.1, 44.1, 47.3
  • Reger, Helen and John--49.6
  • [Reger], J. P. ("Jimmy")--41.2
  • Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee (Robert P. McNeill) (re Melissa Weininger)--28.7, 43.5
  • Rikkers, Pamela--[16.4], 17.2, 18.4, 24.2, 43.5
  • Rikman, Kristiina--35.16, 42.3
  • Road Apple Review (Anick O'Meara)--47.2
  • Riverchild Films (Stella Nwimo)--39.5, 43.5
  • Robertson, Sarah--46.5, 54.15, 55.1
  • Rochester Institute of Technology (Sam Abrams)--45.5
  • Rolling Stone (San Francisco, Calif.) (Terry McDonell)--11.3, 47.4
  • Rooke, Leon--32.7
  • Rosa, Kathy Knox--see Knox, Kathy
  • Rosenberg, David, 1943- --45.2
  • Ross, Elizabeth ("Betti")--44.6
  • Ross-Erikson, Inc. (Roy L. Erikson)--39.2
  • Royal Festival Hall (London, England) (A. S. [Antonia Susan] Byatt, 1936- , Maura Dooley, 1957- )--32.10, 46.3
  • Rusmisell, Fred H. II--9.4, 10.1-2
  • Rusmisell, Freddie ("Twister,"  "Fred") [father's nephew]--10.1-2
  • Rusmisell, Jessie Phillips (Mrs. Fred) [father's aunt]--9.4-6, 10.1-2, 10.4, 50.6
  • Rusmisell, Mary Lee [father's niece]--9.4-5, 10.1-2, 46.4
  • Rutgers University at Newark (Sandy _____, Carrie ______, Claire Bautista, Steve [Diner], Ned Drew, James Goodman, [Rachel Hadas], Janet Larson, ______ Munoz Bertram, Jennifer Nyeste, Gennadi Poberezny, Gary Roth, Charles Russell, Paul Sternberger, Virginia Tiger, Marcel Vaughn-Handy, Jorge Daniel Veneciano)--54.1
  • Rutgers University. Dept. of University Relations (Maggie Estephan)--54.1
  • Ruthling, Ford--66.1
  • Ryberg, Anders, 1927- (Svenska Akademiens Nobelbibliotek)--35.1
  • S. Fischer Verlag (Ruth Binde, Arnulf Conradi, Harriet Goodman, Ursula Köhler, Barbara Perlmutter, Angela Praesent, Frank Scheffter, Monika Schoeller)--33.11, 34.8, 35.16, 42.4, 47.2-4
  • Salon Magazine (Kate Moses)--34.1, 35.2
  • San Francisco State University. Graduate Writing Program Admissions Committee (re Jennifer Gilmore)--43.5
  • Sandra Goroff-Mailly & Associates--45.4
  • Santos, Gonzalo--41.3
  • Sasame, Kiyomi--45.1
  • Schaffer, Frank L., Jr. (First United Methodist Church, Buckhannon, W.Va.)--46.7
  • [Schaffer], Judy--46.7
  • Scherler, Nonie--44.5
  • Schlag, Evelyn, 1952- --47.2
  • Schloemer, Steven--45.2, 46.2
  • Schwartz, Miranda--42.3
  • Schwartz / Silver Architects Inc. (Laura M. Briggs)--46.2
  • Scribner & Co. (Nan Graham)--38.4
  • Seventies Press (Madison, Minn.) (Robert Bly)--38.8
  • Sewanee Review (George Garrett)--47.4
  • Seymour Lawrence Books (Seymour Lawrence)--24.10
  • Seymour Lawrence Inc. (Seymour Lawrence)--32.1, 31.14, 42.9, 47.2-4, 48.5
  • Shady Hill School (Cambridge, Mass.) (Lee Robbins)--46.1
  • Share Our Strength (Ethan Canin re Writer's Harvest, Bill Shore)--38.3, 46.3
  • Shaw, Laurie--41.3
  • Shepherd College (West Virginia). Appalachian Heritage Writer-in-Residence 2005 (Sylvia Bailey Shurbutt)--35.8, 54.2
  • Sherwood, Rob--44.2
  • Shields, David, 1956- (St. Lawrence University)--46.8
  • Shoemaker & Hoard, Publishers (Roxanna Font)--45.4
  • Shreeve, James ("Jamie")--41.3, 44.2
  • Sienkiewicz, Susie [Harper] (Mrs. Mike) (later Susie Harper Hitt, Mrs. Rick)--39.5, 40.5, 41.3
  • Simpson, Mona--44.6, 45.2
  • Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (Dubuque, Iowa)--46.8
  • Sitting Frog (Rachel F. Peters)--47.2
  • Slack, Eris Hawley--see Wagner, Eris
  • Slaughter, Jo--24.12, 39.8, 41.3
  • Smith, Richard--43.6
  • Smith, Stephen M.--19.5
  • Smith, William N. ("Bill")--44.5
  • Smitherman, Linda (cousin)--44.3, 46.7
  • Snyder, Teresa--33.12, 42.3
  • Society of Research of Expression of Handwriting (Fritz Schweighofer, 1916- )--44.2
  • Southern, Susan--41.3
  • Southern Review (Donna Perreault)--31.3-4
  • Southwest Texas State University (Felicia Cosey)--45.6
  • Sparks, Teresa--23.8, 24.1-2, 46.5
  • St. John's Episcopal Church (Jamaica Plain, Mass.) (Anne C. Fowler)--43.6
  • Stanford University. Creative Writing Program (Jay Fliegelman, Eavan Boland re Tobias Wolff)--43.7
  • Starcher, Andrew--48.5
  • Sterling Lord Agency, Inc. (Patricia Berens, James L. Gasperini)--24.10, 31.1, 39.9, 47.1, 47.4
  • Stitzel, Judith--41.3, 43.6, 47.2
  • Stock, Irvin, 1920- --45.4
  • Stockman, Florence and Saul--46.7, 52.8
  • Stockman, Mark--38.2, 43.9, 45.4, 46.1, 53.6
  • [Stockman], Noah--43.9
  • Stockman, Saul--45.5, 46.7, 52.8
  • Stockman, Soren--38.2, 43.6, 45.2, 46.1, 53.1
  • Stockman, Theo--12.6, 32.10, 38.2, 43.9, 50.7, 53.1
  • Stoddard, John C.--46.8
  • Stonaker, Bertha [father's aunt]--10.2, 50.4
  • Stone, Bob--44.5
  • Stone Press--40.6
  • Studies in Short Fiction (Steen H. Spove, 1937- )--33.6
  • Sulit, Beth Kephart--see Kephart, Beth
  • Summer Literary Seminars, Inc.--2.4
  • Sumner, Melanie--43.6
  • Sweet Briar College (John Gregory Brown)--45.4
  • Tammi Publishers (Helsinki, Finland) (Päivi Haarala; Jarl Hellemann, 1920- ; Sanna Somerto)--35.7, 31.14, 42.3, 47.3, 50.5
  • Taylor, Terry B.--46.1
  • Taylor and Sawyer (J. Blan Taylor)--49.6
  • Tell Me a Story (Marjorie ______)--46.2
  • Temple Israel (Swampscott, Mass.) (Sanford D. Shanblatt)--45.5
  • Tenenbaum, Sara--46.6
  • Thayil, Jeet, 1959- --53.1
  • Thiessen, Cynthia--44.5
  • Thornhill, Grace Boyd [grandmother]--9.3, 10.5, 49.6
  • Thornhill, J. W. [grandfather]--50.2
  • Thornhill, Ruth (Mrs. J. W.)--44.5-6, 46.1, 46.7
  • Thorup, Kirsten--44.1
  • Thurman, Mary Alice (Mrs. William C.)--45.4
  • Teich, Jessica--30.19, 52.8
  • Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association (Chantal Moreau-Edouard)--41.8
  • Tomblyn, John--9.3
  • Tomblyn, Robert--46.7
  • Trachtenberg, Peter, 1953- --44.2
  • Trellis--41.4
  • TRUCK / Truck Press (David Wilk, 1951- )--38.8, 41.4
  • Tunström, Göran, 1937- --43.7
  • Turnbull Agency--45.5
  • Turnbull, Jane--46.1
  • Union National Bank (Clarksburg, W.Va.) (George M. Moore)--50.2
  • United States Information Agency (Larry Corwin, Ruth Kurzbauer)--44.1, 52.8
  • United States Information Service (Barcelona, Spain) (Jan Hartman)--37.8
  • United States Information Service (Bombay, India) (Miriam Bokser Caravella)--52.8
  • United States. Veterans Administration (A. D. Hiller)--49.6
  • Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (Constante González)--38.5
  • Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Hernan Lara Zavala)--43.1
  • University of Alaska Fairbanks (Nancy Bachner)--45.2
  • University of California, Irvine (Garrett Hongo)--44.5
  • University of California, Irvine. Office of Research and Graduate Studies (re Elisa Albert)--46.5
  • University of Colorado (Ronald Sukenick)--40.6
  • University of Houston. Dept. of English. Creative Writing Program (re Warinda Johnson)--43.5
  • University of Houston Central Campus. College of the Humanities and Fine Arts (John C. Guilds)--12.1
  • University of Idaho. Dept. of English (Daniel Pearlman)--47.4
  • University of Iowa (Connie Brothers, Jenny Hansmann, John Leggett, Pauline M. Reimers, D. C. Spriestersbach)--39.6, 48.10
  • University of Massachusetts at Amherst (Donald Junkins, 1931- )--40.6
  • University of Montana (Merrel D. Clubb, Jr., John M. Stewart)--40.6
  • University of New Mexico. D. H. Lawrence Fellowship Committee (Mary Power re Richard Currey)--46.8
  • University of Pittsburgh (Lewis Nordan)--38.3, 43.2, 45.2, 45.4
  • University of Sussex (Peter Nicholls)--32.10, 43.6
  • Upshur County (W. Va.) Schools (Edwin M. Nestor, Lynn E. Westfall)--39.5, 46.7
  • Van Kirk, Betty--9.4
  • Vehicle Editions (Annabel Levitt)--39.9, 44.5, 47.2-3
  • Verwertungsgesellschaft WORT (Germany)--46.3
  • Viking Press (re The Movie That Changed My Life)--46.3
  • Vincent, ______--49.6
  • Vintage Books (Firm) (LuAnn Walther)--32.6, 35.2, 46.5
  • Visualscope Communications (Mary Byrne)--42.9
  • Vogeler, Sara--41.1, 41.5
  • Vorhees, Ann Gaydosh--39.4
  • Wagner, Eris--43.7, 44.1, 45.4
  • Wah--43.7
  • [Wallace], Dorothy--38.2-3
  • Warburg, Stephanie--43.7
  • Warmuth, Richard A.--42.3
  • Ward, Marie Arana--33.12
  • Washington University (Saint Louis, Mo.). Libraries (Chatham Ewing)--4.1
  • Weber, Mark, 1953- --38.7, 41.6, 55.5
  • Weininger, Melissa--42.3
  • West Virginia. Public Employees Insurance Board (Diane S. Tittle)--49.6
  • West Virginia. Teachers Retirement Board (Willard M. Ansel)--49.6
  • West Virginia University (Arthur Burk, Mary Lucille DeBerry, Waitman Barbe Creative Writing Committee)--42.9, 44.5
  • Westfall, Lynn E.--48.5
  • Wexner Foundation--43.5
  • Williams College--11.3
  • Wilbur, Ellin--44.5
  • Wingbow Press (Stanton Nelson)--36.3
  • Wolff, Geoffrey, 1937- --28.7, 47.4
  • Wolff, Tobias, 1947- --43.7
  • Wolitzer, Hilma--48.5
  • Woodruff, Steven--46.8
  • Worby, Rachael--28.7
  • Wright, Jeffrey C. (Jeffrey Cyphers)--41.6, [44.4], 46.8
  • Yale University Press (S. K.)--47.2
  • Yale Vernacular (Melissa E. Biggs,1967- )--46.8
  • Yates, Richard, 1926-1992--44.4
  • Yeazell, Nicolette ("Nicky") [inspiration for "Rayme"]--39.9, 41.7, 43.2, 44.3, 45.5-6
  • Yellow Bay Writers' Workshop (University of Montana) (Annick Smith, 1936- )--38.3, 45.6
  • Young, David--41.7
  • Young, Geoffrey (The Figures press)--38.8
  • Zammarchi, Julie--45.2
  • Zavatsky, Bill--41.7
  • Zickefoose, Sharon--44.2, 46.7
  • Zickler Family Foundation (Leo. E. Zickler, for Pamela Rikkers)--54.1
  • Zim, Alyosha--45.4
  • Zimmerman, Cathy--41.7
  • Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen (Wiltrud Mannfeld)--44.3, 54.13
  • Unidentified
  • M______, Mary Irene--40.1
  • R______, Betty--46.7
  • S______, Jim--41.3
  • W______, Laura B.--42.9 [possibly Laura Juliet Wood?]
  • Anne [Theo's teacher]--46.2
  • Arnold and Maria--46.7
  • Carla [high school friend]--39.5
  • Dan and Paddy (re birth of Soren Stockman)--45.5, 52.8
  • George and Emilia--38.3
  • Hope--47.2
  • Ilene--11.2, 44.5
  • Irene (to Soren Stockman)--54.6
  • Jack, Hubert, Mary Ann, Betsy, Margy, and Katie--49.8
  • Jani--40.6
  • Jon [Olson?]--44.5
  • Joseph--39.1
  • Kate, Jay, Elliot & Mitchell (Upland Ranch, Portland Oregon)--45.2, 45.5
  • Kathy and Robert--43.9
  • Leslie and Joe--44.4
  • Mary Ann--49.7
  • Red--49.9
  • Rick--47.1
  • Russ--45.2
  • Sandy [employee at Buckhannon McDonald's, to Russell Phillips]--50.7
  • "Senora Swan"--38.2
  • Roger V.D. and Paula J. V. (Wash, D.C.)--38.2
  • Tommy--40.5
  • Trevor--53.1
  • "Warbler"--46.2
  • Unsigned typescript postcard--41.5
  • Unsigned mail art "Cat Feigning Death"--47.1

Index of Works

  • Works by Phillips:
    • Abortion [poem, in Trellis, Summer 1979]--28.9, 48.10, 63
    • Accidents [in Black Tickets]--27.10
    • Age of Wonders [excerpt from MotherKind, published in DoubleTake, Winter 1997]--16.7, 17.1-2, 20.6, 24.3-4, 28.8
    • Aging [poem]--28.9, 48.10
    • All-American Car-Seat Love [excerpt from Machine Dreams, in Self, November 1984]--63
    • Alma [from Fast Lanes, published in Esquire, July 1993]--21.6, 24.5, 28.7, 37.3, 37.10, 38.2, 38.4, 52.8, 60
    • Alma: Dragon Spoons--21.3
    • American Participant Report [USICA-Sponsored Trip to Sri Lanka and India]--48.5
    • Answers [poem]--28.9
    • Apaloosa [sic] [short fiction]--28.6
    • Appalachians: A Contemporary Cultural Perspective [keynote address at literary symposium]--24.6
    • As We Move into the 1980's, Is Fiction Becoming More Realistic? [essay, for New York Times Book Review]--11.3-4
    • Asleep in the Past [poem, in Epoch, 1979]--12.1, 27.10, 29.1
    • At the Movies: A Mountain State Memoir of Growing Up [excerpt in Sunday Gazette- Mail, 7 June 1992, from anthology The Movie That Changed My Life]--24.7; see also Premature Burial
    • Awake [poem]--28.9
    • Belington [short story re girl touches corpse in funeral home]--27.10
    • Benjy [short story]--28.6
    • Bess [deletion from Machine Dreams, in Esquire August 1984]--11.4, 29.1, 37.2, 60
    • Big Boy Sports [excerpt from MotherKind, in Granta 66]--17.2, 20.6, 24.8, 28.8
    • Bimp [short fiction]--28.9, 48.10
    • Black Tickets--29.7
    • Black Tickets--27.10, 31.12-15, 32.1-6, 32.10; see also individual story titles
    • Blind Girls [in Black Tickets]--27.10
    • The Blonde [short fiction]--28.9, 48.10
    • Blooming [poem]--28.6
    • Blue Hole is warm… [untitled short fiction]--41.4
    • Bluegill [short story, in Ploughshares, January 1980]--29.1, 30.3
    • Blurb for American Wives by Beth Helms--46.5
    • Blurb for Bring Me Your Saddest Arizona by Ryan Harty--46.5
    • Breakdown of Fat City by Leonard Gardner--30.3
    • Bridge [poem]--28.9
    • Bring Back Big Valley [in Prime Times: Writers on Their Favorite TV Shows, edited by Douglas Bauer]--25.4
    • Brothuh Jimmy Swaggah Talks to You--27.10
    • Buddy Carmody [excerpt from Shelter, in Granta 47, 1994]--25.5
    • Buddy in the Woods [excerpt from Shelter, in Esquire]--25.6, 60
    • The Burial [short fiction]--28.6
    • Burning the Trees [essay, Washington Post Magazine, July 2001]--25.7, 63
    • Callie [from Fast Lanes and Family: American Writers Remember Their Own]--28.7, 62
    • Cheers [in Black Tickets]--27.10, 54.1
    • Clock [poem]--28.9
    • Contraction [poem]--28.9
    • Country [poem]--28.9
    • Country [short story]--27.11, 29.1
    • [Courage] [class assignment]--49.8
    • Cows [poem]--27.10
    • Cracks [poem]--28.9
    • Crowding Out Death--see Review of White Noise by Don DeLillo
    • Dancers [poem]--28.9
    • DAR Camper Defends Teachings [Letter to the editor, The Charleston Gazette, 1968]--21.1
    • David and I [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • The Departure of Gloryboy [short fiction]--28.4, 28.6
    • Destinations [short fiction]--28.6
    • The Diary [short story, juvenilia]--48.16
    • Disappearances [short fiction]--28.6
    • Divorce Poems [poems]--28.2
    • Do You Want This? [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • Dormitory [poem]--27.11
    • Dreaming of Janice, [essay, Harvard Review]--25.8
    • Drinking the Barns [poem]--28.4
    • Dusk [poem]--27.10, 28.9
    • Easy--see Country [short story]
    • El Paso [short story, in Ploughshares, December 1978]--27.11
    • Elephants [poem]--28.9
    • The Employer [short fiction]--28.6, 39.4
    • Essay on fear and heroes [class assignment]--28.1
    • Essay on Gulliver's Travels [class assignment]--28.1
    • Essay on motives [class assignment]--28.1
    • Essay on perfection [class assignment]--28.1
    • Fairy Tale [poem]--28.9
    • Fast Lanes [short story, published in Fast Lanes]--11.4, 12.1, 12.3, 25.9, 27.12, 30.2, 66.2
    • Fast Lanes [book]--29.2, 32.6, 33.1-7; see also individual story titles
    • A Few Feet Away [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • Fictions [short story]--27.12, 28.5, 29.1
    • Film [poem]--28.9
    • First Love [poem]--28.9
    • Flying Dream [poem]--28.4, 28.9
    • Food [poem]--28.4
    • For Your Brother--see Asleep in the Past
    • Foss Lake [short fiction]--28.4, 28.6
    • Gaiter elephants ear pumped full… [untitled poem]--27.10
    • Gemcrack [short story, published in Bananas, Ploughshares, Black Tickets]--26.4, 29.6, 60
    • Going Home [poem]--27.10
    • Greatest Need Lives Longest [poem]--48.10
    • The Girl with the Face or The Story of the Mother [illustrated short story fragment] [with Annabel Mill]--12.6
    • The grey-white birds circled… [untitled short story, juvenilia]--48.16
    • Grow up, grow up… [untitled juvenilia]--48.16
    • Growing up Southern: Jayne Anne Phillips Gets Her Hair Done [in The Women's Review of Books, July 1999, originally published in Allure as Shop Talk]--65.3; see also Shop Talk
    • Guided Tours of Time and Death [essay]--26.5
    • Gun [poem]--28.9
    • Hagar [poem, in New Letters, vol. 44 no. 4]--28.4, 28.9
    • Happy [poem, in Black Tickets]--27.10, 28.9, 39.2
    • Heat [poem]--28.9
    • Heavenly Animal [short story, in Fiction International, Winter 1980]--27.11, 28.4, 29.1, 29.7
    • Hello my soul… [untitled poem]--41.7
    • Here at Saint Joseph's [in early Machine Dreams]--16.5
    • Here We Go Round [short fiction]--27.10, 38.8
    • Hired Help [poem]--28.9
    • His Appearance in Dreams--27.10
    • Hit the Road: Along Southern Highways and Along the Coast of Maine [published in Self, February 1992, also as Road Trip: The Real Thing in Between Friends: Writing Women Celebrate Friendship]--62
    • Hogs [poem]--27.10
    • Holding [poem, in Epoch, 1976]--11.5, 48.10
    • Home--see Machine Dreams
    • Home [short story, in Black Tickets and The Iowa Review, no. 2]--26.6, 27.11
    • Home after Dark [essay, Harper's Magazine, November 1998, and Radcliffe Quarterly, Spring 1999]--26.7-14, 28.8, 61, 62, osf 1
    • Home Movies [poem]--27.10
    • Hometown--11.6, 28.2, 66.2
    • Honeysuckle [poem]--28.9
    • The House Want Built [poem]--28.4
    • How Is Fiction Doing? [article, New York Times Book Review, 14 December 1980]--28.8
    • How Mickey Made It [short story, in Rolling Stone, Feb. 1981 and Tattler, September 1987]--11.4, 28.8, 29.1, 32.10, 36.7, 37.2, 59.3, gf
    • I cut his hair by the lake… [untitled poem]--28.6
    • I rode on the back of a crow… [untitled poem]--28.9
    • I Talk to Him in My Mind [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • If I Could Hold What's Inside You [poem]--28.6
    • In My Mother's Chamber [poem]--27.10
    • In My Sleek and Animal Body--27.10
    • Inheritance (for my father) [poem, in Pequod, 1976]--28.9, 48.10
    • Insomniac All Night Smoking (for my father)[poem]--27.10
    • The Intimacy of Mass Culture [essay, New Perspective Quarterly, Winter 1990]--37.2-3, 36.7
    • Introduction to Maggie: A Girl of the Streets and Other Short Fiction by Stephen Crane--27.4
    • Introduction for Jill McCorkle at Brandeis University--46.5
    • Introduction for Michael Ondaajte--43.3
    • Introduction for Nadine Gordimer lecture at Harvard University, 1994--42.4
    • [Introductory talk prior to reading of Premature Burial]--28.7
    • Ivy Goodman--30.2
    • Jayne Anne Phillips Answers Questions about Her New Novel Machine Dreams--35.1
    • Jitterbug--27.10
    • Journal [course assignment]--28.6
    • Jubilation [poem]--28.9
    • King of Spades--11.5, 12.1, 28.5, 29.7
    • Kitchen [poem]--28.9
    • Knots [poem]--28.9
    • Landing [poem]--28.9
    • Language Immersion Seoul [excerpt from Lark and Termite, in Narrative Magazine, Winter 2007]--6.3, 27.5
    • Lark and Termite--1.1-9.2, 17.1, 34.3, 36.9, 37.1, 58.5-10, 59.3; see also Language Immersion Seoul; Termite, 1959; Termite Makes the Shape, and Termite's Birthday, 1959
    • Late October [poem]--28.4, 48.10
    • Leaving Home (for David) [poem]--39.2
    • Leaving Texas [short fiction]--28.4, 28.6
    • Lechery [short story, in Persea: An International Review, June 1978]--27.12, 29.1, 48.10, 53.8
    • Lenny--11.5
    • Letters [poem]--28.9
    • The Light in Your Righteous Life [poem]--28.9
    • The lilacs are eating their purple bread… [untitled poem]--27.10
    • The Line [short fiction]--28.9
    • Listen, the fire is singing at her… [untitled poem]--27.11
    • Literature and Exploration [for Lahti International Writers' Reunion, 1983]--27.7
    • Literature As Memory [Examination essay]--28.4
    • The Literature of Memory [author reading]--27.7
    • Living on the Lake--16.6-7, 17.3
    • Lizbeth--27.9
    • The Lost [short fiction]--28.6
    • Lot's Daughter [poem]--28.4, 48.10
    • The Lover [short story]--48.10
    • Machine Dreams [early title Home]--9.3-15.4, 21.1, 27.12, 28.2-3, 29.1-2, 30.1-2, 32.4, 34.5-35.2, 52.6, 61, 62; see also All-American Car-Seat Love, Bess, Reminiscence to a Daughter
    • Madie: A Short Story [short story]--28.6
    • Mattress [poem]--28.9
    • Message [poem]--28.6, 28.9
    • Milky egg sucked to a sliver… [untitled poem]--28.6
    • Money Tree [short fiction]--28.6, 28.9
    • Morning [poem]--28.9
    • The Mother-Daughter Dinner [short fiction]--28.6, 28.9
    • Mother Care [excerpt from MotherKind, in Granta 55]--16.4, 17.4, 20.6, 28.8, 33.11
    • Mothering My Mother [essay, Redbook, July 2000]--35.8-9, 36.1, 62
    • MotherKind [excerpt, in Radcliffe Quarterly, Summer 2000]--35.9, 62
    • Motherkind--15.5- 20.7, 21.2, 32.6, 35.2-36.2, 62; see also Age of Wonders, Big Boy Sports, Mother Care
    • My Father Dreams of Ballerinas [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • My Father Sits [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • My Father Wants to Talk to Me [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • Never Just Dogs [in Woof! Writers on Dogs]--29.3
    • New Spring [short story, juvenilia]--48.16
    • New York City, 3 A.M. [poem]--28.9
    • 1933--see 1934
    • 1934 [short fiction, in Canto, 1979]--29.5
    • Nonie's Words [from Lark & Termite, printed from, 2003]--27.12, 28.8, 29.1
    • Noon Mail [poem]--11.2
    • Notes for a children's book about dollhouse dream--21.2
    • Notes on Araby by James Joyce and The Grave by Katherine Anne Porter--11.3
    • Notes on Persian Nights by Diane Johnson--21.2
    • Numbers [essay, in Communion: Contemporary Writers Reveal the Bible in Their Lives]--28.8; see also Report of the Spies
    • Obsession: A Simple Story [in Critical Quarterly]--33.8, 38.2, 60
    • The Old Glass Negative [poem, in Trellis, Summer 1979]--28.6, 63
    • On Not Having a Daughter [essay, in Salon and Mothers Who Think: Tales of Real-life Parenthood, edited by Camille Peri and Kate Moses, 1999]--30.4-5
    • One Day in the World: April 29, 1994 [essay on April 29, 1994, for Le Nouvel Observateur]--33.10
    • Outlaw Heart [essay, in Critical Quarterly, December 1995]--28.7, 30.6-7, 44.1, 60; see also The Writer as Outlaw
    • Paper Lamps [poem]--28.9
    • The Patron [short story]--29.5
    • A Photograph of My Mother, 1943 [poem]--28.2
    • Piano Player [poem, in Trellis, Summer 1979]--28.6, 63
    • Pickens [poem]--28.9
    • Poem for Mothers [poem]--28.9
    • Port Arthur (for Janis Joplin) [poem]--28.9, 48.10
    • Potatoes [poem]--28.4
    • The Powder of Angels, and I'm Yours [in Black Tickets and La Generación encontrada: Cuentos estadounidenses contemporáneos, edited by Beatriz Escalante and James Ramey]--27.10, 36.4, 38.8
    • Premature Burial [essay, in anthology The Movie That Changed My Life]--28.7-8, 36.7, 37.2-3; see also At the Movies: A Mountain State Memoir of Growing Up
    • Pretend You're Far Away [short story]--28.2, 28.5, 30.8
    • Primal Pictures. Books and Films [Bennington College Writing Seminar lecture on Death in the Family by James Agee, 2003]--53.3
    • Quiet Dell [poem]--28.4, 28.9, 48.10
    • The Race [poem, in Trellis, Summer 1979]--63
    • Randy Walks into the Kitchen [poem]--28.2, 28.6
    • Rayme [short story, Rolling Stone]--29.1, 30.2, 30.9-10, 53.1
    • Recording Angel--see Review of Oh What a Paradise It Seems by John Cheever
    • Reminiscence to a Daughter [Atlantic Monthly, November 1981, also in Machine Dreams]--11.4, 30.2, 30.12, 60, 66.3
    • Report of the Spies [Christian Century, 6 March 1996]--30.13, 60; see also Numbers
    • Review of Hope Against Hope: A Memoir by Nadezhda Mandelstam [Bookforum, Summer 1999 ]--37.2, 58.7
    • Review of Oh What a Paradise It Seems by John Cheever [New York Magazine, 15 March 1982]--11.3, 28.8, 30.15, 36.7, 37.2-3
    • Review of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love by Ray Carver [New York Magazine, 20 April 1981]--11.4, 28.8, 30.14, 37.2-3, 61
    • Review of White Noise by Don DeLillo [New York Times Book Review, 13 January 1985]--28.8, 36.7, 37.2-3
    • Rhyming [poem, in Poetry Northwest, Winter 1978]--28.4, 28.9, 48.10
    • Rib Cage [poem]--39.9
    • Road Trip: The Real Thing [essay, published in collection Between Friends: Writing Women Celebrate Friendship; also as Hit the Road: Along Southern Highways and Along the Coast of Maine in Self, February 1992]--28.8, 36.5, 36.7, 37.2
    • Round Weight [poem]--28.6
    • Samsara [poem]--28.9
    • Sanitive [poem]--27.10, 28.9
    • Satisfaction [in Black Tickets]--27.10
    • Saving Hope [short fiction]--28.6, 47.2
    • Second Thoughts (What I'd Be If I Were Not a Writer) [Brick, no. 51, Winter 1995]--60
    • Secrets [early Machine Dreams piece]--28.3
    • The Secret Places of the Heart--see Review of What We Talk About When We Talk About Love by Ray Carver
    • The 7:00 News [poem]--28.9
    • The Sexual Sleep [poem]--28.6, 28.9
    • Shaping [poem]--28.2, 28.6, 28.9
    • She [short story]--48.10
    • She Dancing [short story]--48.10
    • Shelter--21.1-24.2, 27.10, 32.6, 32.8, 37.5-38.4, 52.2, 58.10-59.2, 60, 66.2; see also Alma, Buddy Carmody, Buddy in the Woods
    • Shop Talk, [essay, Allure, October 1994, reprinted in The Women's Review of Books as Growing up Southern]--28.7, 33.8, 43.3, 60, 66.2; see also Growing up Southern
    • The Shootings in Paducah--see Home after Dark
    • Short Cuts [essay, on crock pots]--30.17
    • Sister, Brother (for David) [poem]--27.10
    • Slave--27.10
    • Sleep [poem]--28.4
    • Smoke [poem]--47.2
    • Snow [short story, in Black Tickets]--27.11-12
    • The Snow Room [poem]--27.10
    • Snowbound [essay on Currier & Ives winter scenes, Art & Antiques, February 1985]--58.7
    • Snowcloud [poem]--27.10
    • Snowslide [poem]--28.4, 28.9
    • Soldiers and Yellow Women [poem]--28.4
    • Solo Dance [short story, in Black Tickets and North American Review, Summer 1977]--27.10, 61
    • Something [short fiction]--28.9, 48.10
    • Something That Happened [from Fast Lanes, in The Irish Times, 1987]--29.5, 33.3
    • Souvenir [short story, in Redbook, October 1979]--11.4, 28.4, 29.7, 30.1, 62
    • Speak Memory--see Review of Hope Against Hope: A Memoir by Nadezhda Mandelstam
    • Stars [in Black Tickets]--29.7
    • The Stars of Artemis' Sorrow [short story]--30.21
    • Stealing--27.10
    • Strangers in the Night--27.10
    • Stripper [in Black Tickets]--27.10
    • Sunday [poem]--27.10
    • Summer [poem]--28.9
    • Sweethearts [short fiction]--28.6, 41.4, 48.10, 66.2
    • Swimming--27.10
    • Taking Care [essay]--35.2, 46.5
    • A Talk with Mary Sherman [printed text]--43.6
    • Talking in the Dark [proposed book]--31.1-2
    • Teaching Philosophy Statement--3.4
    • Teeth Dream [short fiction]--28.4
    • Termite, 1959 [from Lark and Termite, in Southern Review]--9.2, 31.3-5, 62
    • Termite Makes the Shape [from Lark and Termite, in Murdaland, vol. 1, no. 2]--8.1
    • Termite's Birthday, 1959 [from Lark and Termite, in Granta]--6.3, 8.1, 9.2, 31.6
    • Three [short fiction, in Reflections No. 4 (supplement of The Daily Athenaeum, 1973)]--28.6, 40.6, 49.6
    • Three Days in Paducah--see Home after Dark: A Funeral for Three Girls in Kentucky
    • 3 Days of Water Towers [poem]--28.9
    • Thurman--see Fast Lanes and early drafts of Machine Dreams
    • To the Man in the Car [poem]--29.7
    • Towering above the dandilions [sic]… [untitled poem]--28.6
    • A Tribute to Sam [Sam Lawrence eulogy]--28.7, 42.9, 48.17
    • Trying to Find You (for my brother) [poem]--27.10, 28.9
    • Turning Over [poem]--27.12
    • Under the Boardwalk [in Black Tickets]--27.10
    • Ura [short story]--see Wordless
    • You say there's something awful inside me… [untitled poem]--27.11
    • You Said (for Judy) [poem]--28.4
    • Waitin tables at Cap's… [untitled poem]--28.6
    • Was This Only a Movie Or a Vision of Her Future?--see Premature Burial
    • Watching [short story]--48.10
    • We sweat in our bulky clothes… [untitled short fiction]--41.4
    • Wedding Picture [poem, in New Letters, vol. 42]--28.6, 41.4
    • What I Did on My Summer Vacation [short fiction]--28.6
    • What It Takes to Keep a Young Girl Alive [in Black Tickets]--27.10
    • What Writers Are Reading [BookForum contribution]--46.5
    • Why Do You Bite Your Fingernails? [poem, in Trellis, Summer 1979]--63
    • Why She Writes [essay, in Why I Write: Thoughts on the Craft of Fiction, edited by Will Blythe]--31.7
    • Widow [poem]--28.4
    • The Widow Speaks [essay, in The Eleventh Draft, edited by Frank Conroy]--31.8
    • Will We Make It Tonight Then? [short story]--28.6
    • Winter in Boston… [untitled short fiction]--27.10, 41.4
    • With Love to the King of Spades--see King of Spades
    • The Wizard--see A Tribute to Sam
    • Wordless [short story, also called Ura]--29.1, 29.6
    • The Writer as Outlaw [The Writing Life essay published in The Washington Post Book World, 16 October 1994]--28.7, 31.9, 33.8, 37.2-3; see also Outlaw Heart)
    • Writing the Second Novel: A Symposium, [contribution to The New York Times Book Review, 17 March 1985]--31.10, 36.7, 37.3
  • Unidentified works by Phillips:
    • Untitled essay about rituals and transformation--29.2
    • Untitled short story about a dog--29.2
    • Untitled short story about female artist friend, Zim, Buddhism--28.2, 29.6
    • Untitled short story about Aunt Jit in town called Century--28.2
    • Untitled short story about Cole and his summer babysitter--29.2
    • Untitled short story about Leila and her father's abandonment--29.2
    • Untitled class assignment about Roy--28.1
    • Untitled short story [possibly Complications] about young girl Miranda who has photo taken, younger brother Rayme and older Robert, has tonsils out, buys Spiderman comics with mother Marta--28.2, 29.7
    • Untitled stagescript--31.11
  • Works by others:
    • Albert, Elisa. Enough to Make a Fire [thesis, short stories]--55.4
    • Allen, Aiko
      • Hiroshima [poem]--40.5
      • nagasaki [poem]--40.5
      • kyoto for mishima [poem]--40.5
      • osaka [poem]--40.5
      • To an Autocrat--40.5
    • Anderson, Maggie. Maggie Anderson, Irene McKinney, Jayne Anne Phillips: A Great Tug at the Heart [conversation transcript, in Trellis 3, Summer 1979]--63
    • Barney, Simon. City Lovers [screenplay adaptation of Nadine Gordimer's short story Town and Country Lovers]--57.7
    • Barr, Tina
      • Bottom [poem, printed Boundary text]--45.4
      • Markets [poem, printed Boundary text]--45.4
      • Shangri-La [poem, printed Boundary text]--45.4
      • Under Flame Trees [poem, printed Boundary text]--45.4
    • Barry, Paul
      • Clearance [poem]--29.1
      • Taking the Picture Down [poem]--29.1
    • Barton, Rachel. I'm racing to cover these hands with scars and bruises… [untitled short prose]--38.7
    • Bellows, Tim
      • Some Growing [poem]--29.1
      • You, in Your Dreams, It's Your Soul [poem]--29.1
    • Bentley, Eric. Men's Liberation--43.8
    • Bice, Lola
      • Crouched in the corner… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • Her memories of herself were sad… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • Hibiscus [poem]--38.7
      • A long-loaded plastic limosine [sic] wheezes… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • The pyramidic rays of the sun… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • The road whorls and snakes… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • She came in drunk one night… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • The story of your brain… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • Thick black tar-gum maggot… [untitled poem]--38.7
      • We describe our muse to everyone we know… [untitled poem]--38.7
    • Bohe, Linda
      • Before [poem]--38.7
      • Breakdown [poem]--38.7
      • Clues [poem]--38.7
      • Death March [poem]--38.7
      • Equilibrium: The Collected Poetry of Linda Bohe [edited by Marc L.Weber]--55.5
      • Flood Plain [poem]--38.7
      • In the Cabin [poem]--38.7
      • Magic [poem]--38.7
      • Memory [poem]--38.7
      • Mescalito [poem]--38.7
      • Night Watch [poem]--38.7
      • Overview [poem]--38.7
      • Paradise [poem]--38.
      • Planting Myth [poem]--38.7
      • Saying Goodbye [poem]--38.7
      • Scarlett's Version [poem]--38.7
      • To a Friend [poem]--38.7
      • War Victim [poem]--38.7
      • Warning [poem]--38.7
      • Water Color [poem]--38.7
    • Burkhammer, Vic
      • Competition [poem]--38.8
      • The Rose [poem]--38.7
    • Butler, Jane
      • Individual Miles [short story]--38.7
      • The Gaelic Snail [short story]--38.7
      • Recitative by the Subject [short story]--38.7
      • Silicon [prose]--38.7
    • Cagney, Aislin. Jayne Anne Phillips--45.6
    • Carver, Ray. Vitamins [Esquire tearsheets]--55.3
    • Collom, Jack. Alan Bergison [broadside]--39.9
    • Conroy, Frank
      • Body & Soul--56.1-2
      • Language is outside of us… [broadside]--55.3, 56.3
      • Manson Wins! [Harper's Magazine tearsheet]--55.3
      • Oscar Peterson [Quarter Notes tearsheets, 1981]--55.3
      • Roses [tearsheets]--55.3
    • Conroy, Maggie Lee. Celestial Messengers [playscript re Maria Mitchell]--56.5
    • Creighton, Jane
      • Ceres in an open field [poem]--38.8
      • Dream [poem]--38.8
      • The Face in the Rock [poem]--38.8
      • For Family in Flight [poem]--38.8
      • For Pat Jasper [poem]--38.8
      • For what a simple courage… [untitled poem]--38.8
      • Identities [poem]--38.8
      • Letter [poem]--38.8
      • lonnie's lament / coltrane for mara [poem]--38.8
      • Mnemosyne [poem]--38.8
      • 1/7/75 U.S. Ships sail toward Vietnam [poem]--38.8
      • Profile [poem]--38.8
      • Resurrection [poem]--38.8
      • Sun Ra [poem]--38.8
    • Crowley, Louise
      • At Home with the Yankees--45.6
      • Unidentified story re author's parents--45.6
    • Currey, Richard
      • Alone in the Streets of New Mexico [poem]--38.8
      • Ann Darr: The Myth of a Woman's Fist [poem]--43.8
      • A Biography of Blind Boy Grunt--43.8
      • Chance Encounter in a Forest at Evening [poem]--43.8
      • Cold Oar [poem]--43.8
      • Cowboy Angel Red… [untitled poem]--38.8
      • The cowboy is the person… [untitled poem]--38.8
      • Demilitarized Zone / Military Journal 1970--38.8
      • The Diver [poem]--46.8
      • Doctor [poem]--38.8
      • Emergency Entrance [poem]--43.8
      • Jayne Anne Phillip's [sic] Dreams [poem]--54.8
      • Joni Mitchell I wanna… [untitled poem]--46.8
      • Manhattan Liftoff/Journal 7.27.73 [poem]--43.8
      • Michael Lally: Poem to 1956 [poem]--43.8
      • New Mexico 10/2/74 [poem]--41.7
      • 1936 [prose piece]--43.8
      • Nontitled March [poem]--38.8
      • The Personas [poem]--43.8
      • Snakecalling [poem]--38.8
      • Souvenir Mercy [North American Review tearsheets]--55.3
      • Uncle Poem, with Jacaranda Memory [poem]--38.8
      • View [poem]--38.8
      • We lived in West Virginia when my father… [untitled poem, broadside]--45.2, 29.2
      • What I was saying is west… [untitled poem]--43.8
      • Winding [poem]--28.9
      • You arrive. The cowboy needs you … [untitled poem]--39.9
      • you your naked body… [untitled poem]--38.8
    • Dawson, Fielding
      • Labor Day [short fiction]--41.4
      • Moon the Shirt and Pants Monopoly Man [short fiction broadside, with Stephen Emerson]--41.4
    • Dischell, Stuart
      • Compassion with the World [poem]--40.4
      • Echo [poem]--28.9
    • Doctorow, E. L.
      • Administration Wars--44.4
      • City of God--56.7-57.1
      • Fellow citizens, brothers and sisters… [untitled poem]--57.4
      • Reporting the Universe--57.3
      • Springs of the Imagination [The Writing Life essay published in The Washington Post Book World] [tearsheets]--42.2
    • Drury, Tom. Speaker's introduction to Jayne Anne Phillips reading, undated--42.2, 42.5
    • Emerson, Stephen
      • The Hem of Her Dress [short fiction, with David Wilk]--41.4
      • Moon the Shirt and Pants Monopoly Man [short fiction, with Fielding Dawson]--41.4
    • Enslin, Theodore. Of East Dennis: The Highlands, in Sorrow [broadside]--39.9
    • Facknitz, Mark. It Is Night in China [story]--39.3
    • Fields, Rick. Vision Poem [poem]--39.3
    • Flook, Maria
      • Ants in a White Peony [poem]--57.5
      • Crime Wave [poem]--57.5
      • The Crippled Heart [poem]--57.5
      • Diving Alone [poem]--57.5
      • Emmy Experiences Astral Projection [poem]--57.5
      • Expedition to Sincerity [poem]--57.5
      • Faithful Excommunicates [poem]--57.5
      • The Flying Foxes [poem]--57.5
      • For a Father [poem]--57.5
      • Go to Your Room until You Believe in God [poem]--57.5
      • Grow Up [poem]--57.5
      • How to Fall out of Love [poem]--57.5
      • The Icehouse Mystery [poem]--57.5
      • Ilene under My Breath [poem]--57.5
      • Imaginary Photograph of Myself Holding a Pumpkin [poem]--44.5, 57.5
      • Missing from Home [poem]--57.5
      • Monsters [poem]--57.5
      • A New Career [poem]--57.5
      • No Rain in Delaware [poem]--57.5
      • Nude Photograph [poem]--57.5
      • Passion Sense [poem]--57.5
      • Poem for Prevention [poem]--57.5
      • Poem Waiting to Be Opened [poem]--57.5
      • Poison Cloud [poem]--57.5
      • Sexuality [poem]--57.5
      • The Silverside Girl [poem]--57.5
      • The Spike [poem]--57.5
      • The Springhill Beach Misfortune [poem]--57.5
      • Years of This [poem]--57.5
      • Washed [poem]--57.5
      • Wreckless Wedding [poem]--57.5
    • Freed, Michael. No Secrets [short story]--42.3
    • Fuchs, Alicia Summers
      • Essay on Black Tickets--55.2
      • Essay on Machine Dreams--55.2
    • George, Charley. From Panama or the Adventures of My Seven Uncles [translation of the work by Blaise Cendrars] [broadside]--39.9
    • Gilchrist, Ellen. The Land Surveyor's Daughter [broadside]--44.4
    • Gilmore, Jennifer. Setting for a Fairy Tale [printed text]--45.6
    • Goldfarb, Sidney. The Rushes of Tulsa--57.6
    • Gordimer, Nadine
      • A Chip of Ruby Glass [screenplay]--57.7
      • Town and Country Lovers--see Simon, Barney. City Lovers
    • Gordon, Jaimy. A Night's Work--42.4
    • Gregg, Linda
      • The Chorus Speaks Her Words As She Dances [poem, printed text]--55.3
      • A Game Called Fear [poem, printed text]--55.3
      • The Girl I Call Alma [poem, printed text]--55.3
      • The Island of Kos [poem, printed text]--55.3
      • Trouble in the Portable Marriage [poem, printed text]--55.3
    • Gullahou, Hulk. Black Tickets: A Changing Viewpoint [essay on Black Tickets--55.2
    • Harmon, ______.
      • No One Else Could Take Me: Listening to the Voices in Jayne Anne Phillips's Black Tickets--54.9
      • Reaching a Collective Family History: Narrative Strategy in Jayne Anne Phillips's Machine Dreams--54.9
    • Harris, Melanie J. A Matter of Intellect [essay on Black Tickets]--55.2
    • Henry, Dewitt. Headnote to Gemcrack, from Breaking into Print: Early Stories and Insights into Getting Published--54.10
    • Herrman, Pamela
      • Cats [poem]--39.5
      • Daddy it's the Wind [poem]--39.5
      • Images of My Brother [poem]--39.5
      • Near Half-Finished Houses [poem]--39.5
      • Hooves [poem]--39.5
      • Mother at the Piano [poem]--39.5
    • Hill, Dorothy Combs
      • The Female Imagination--54.11
      • Interview with Jayne Anne Phillips--52.7
    • Hinsey, Ellen. The Rise of Modern Doggerel [printed text, New England Review]--42.5
    • Hof, Mary. Black Tickets by Jayne Anne Phillips--55.2
    • Hough, Lindy. Goin' Home [poem]--39.5
    • Huguley, Piper G. Black Tickets Position Paper [essay on Black Tickets]--55.2
    • Hull, Anne
      • Photograph [short story]--42.5
      • Pull [short story]--39.5
    • Jin, Ha. In the Small Hours [poem]--42.5
    • Johnson, Fenton. [unidentified essay re storytelling, for Keeping Faith: A Skeptic's Journey]--44.1
    • Johnson, Rhonda. Unidentified short story--29.1
    • Joseph, Barbara Saft
      • Essay on Black Tickets--55.2
      • Essay on Machine Dreams--55.2
    • Khanna, Narinder
      • Me Narinder You Jane [poem]--33.7
      • My Experiences [poem]--33.7
    • Krishnan, S. On Chamundi Hill [poem]--44.6
    • Lange, Jessica. Screenplay adaptation of Machine Dreams--14.7-15.4
    • Lawrence, Seymour Sam
      • Memoir of a 50-Year-Old Publisher on His Voyage to Outer Space--57.10
      • Welcoming Address at the Opening of the Seymour Lawrence Room--48.17
    • Lee, Annabel Levitt
      • after the chinese dinner [poem]--39.9
      • fear of water [poem]--39.9
      • hometown [poem]--39.9
      • lofty space [poem]--39.4
      • neck poem [poem]--39.4
      • on cold nights as children [poem]--39.9
      • Rapid Transit [poem, broadside]--45.1
      • Spain by Chick Corea [poem]--39.9
      • Thirty County Route 34s (34-Syllable Poems) and Eleven Other Poems--57.11
      • warning device [poem]--39.9
      • The white that is white… [untitled poem]--39.9
      • Wildwood Privacy [poem]--39.9
      • within it [poem]--39.9
    • Mac Low, Jackson. A Vocabulary for Peter Innisfree Moore [printed text, 1975]--osf 2
    • McCann, Richard
      • Like a Fatherless Child--57.12
      • The Resurrectionist--57.12
      • Guggenheim Foundation Statement of Plans for The Resurrectionist: A Memoir--46.6
    • McCauley, Beth
      • Crazy You and Me [poem]--28.9
      • Funny Bunny [poem]--28.9
      • Funny Everything [poem]--28.9
      • Kingdom [poem]--28.9
      • A Picture of What's in My Heart [poem]--28.9
      • Up the Beanstalk [poem]--28.9
      • When I got the chicken pox… [untitled short fiction]--28.9
    • McKinney, Irene
      • After Ten Years, I Look at My Face [poem]--40.2
      • After Lear [poem]--40.2
      • Animal Oils [poem]--40.2
      • The Animals [poem]--40.2
      • Aftermath [poem]--40.2
      • At 24 [poem]--43.1
      • The Birds [printed text]--44.4
      • Breaking into Speech [poem]--40.2
      • Catherine Baker: Arrival at Oneida Creek, 1843--43.1
      • The Chill Factor [poem]--40.2
      • Cradle Song [poem]--40.2
      • Cucumbers [poem]--40.2
      • Cups [poem]--40.2
      • Dear Friend [poem]--40.2
      • Do You Have Any Flowers? [poem]--40.2
      • Drawing [poem]--40.2
      • The Durrett Farm, West Virginia: A Map [essay]--40.2
      • The Elegy [poem]--55.3
      • Face [poem]--43.1
      • First Warm Day [poem]--40.2
      • Four Poems for Emily Dickinson--55.3
      • The Girl, Seduction [poem]--40.1
      • The Girl with the Stone in Her Lap [collection of poems]--40.2
      • The Great Big Hearty Woman--40.2
      • Groundhog [poem]--40.2
      • Heavy Rain [poem]--40.2
      • Homage to Roy Orbison [poem]--43.1
      • I Can't Eat Breakfast, So I Go for a Walk [poem]--40.2
      • I Don't Want to Talk about It [poem]--40.2
      • Immanent [poem]--43.1
      • In the Final Analysis [poem]--40.2
      • Invocations [printed text]--44.4
      • It's the season of headaches and dust devils… [untitled poem]--40.1
      • A Legend [poem]--40.2
      • Logics [poem]--40.2
      • Losing Purpose [poem]--40.2
      • The Love Letter [poem]--40.2
      • A Message [poem]--40.2
      • The Moth Grub [poem]--40.2
      • The Name [printed text]--44.4
      • Night Mare [poem]--40.2
      • Oil Lamp [poem]--40.2
      • Open Road [poem]--40.2
      • Our Lady of the Iguanas [poem]--43.1
      • Potato Digging [poem]--40.2
      • Potato Digging [short story]--55.3
      • Potatoes [poem]--40.2
      • Reading the Spring Hair [poem]--40.2
      • The Rite [poem]--40.2
      • The Sleep Soup [poem]--40.2
      • Sleeping [poem]--40.2
      • Sleeping Beauty [poem]--40.2
      • Song for Eating Bread [poem]--40.2
      • The Stone [poem]--40.2
      • A Storm Rises in the Wooded Hollow below Me [poem]--40.2
      • Summer Storm in the Animal Graveyard [poem]--40.2
      • A thick layer of honey totally covered the corpse… [poem]--40.2
      • This Ad Insults Women [poem]--40.2
      • This consistency above all consistencies… [untitled poem]--40.2
      • A Trellis [poem]--40.2
      • Trust [poem]--40.2
      • Visiting My Gravesite: Talbott Churchyard, West Virginia [printed text]--44.4
      • Waking [poem]--40.2
      • Waking up Sweating [poem]--40.2
      • What This Poem Is About [poem]--40.2
      • What Your Skin Thinks [poem]--40.2
      • The Woman of Frogs [poem]--40.2
      • Wrists [poem]--40.2
    • Mailer, Norman. The Naked and the Dead [printed excerpt]--55.3
    • Mannfred, Wiltrud. Blick Zurück auf Amerika: Jayne Anne Phillips und Ihre Geschichte [documentary]--54.13
    • Mathis, Dennis
      • The Fit--40.1, 58.1
      • The Powers of Ten--40.1, 58.1
      • The Turn-on-turn-around--40.1, 58.1
      • The Vodka Witness--40.1, 58.1
      • The Works: An Anti-biography--58.1
    • Mattlin, Sharon
      • The Dolls [poem]--40.1
      • Eyedoctor [poem]--40.1
      • Face Washing [poem]--40.1
      • Father [poem]--40.1
      • Halloween on November First [poem]--40.1
      • Immediate Gratification [poem]--40.1
      • Incubator [poem]--40.1
      • Incunabula #4 [poem]--40.1
      • Incunabula #10 [poem]--40.1
      • Incunabula #11 [poem]--40.1
      • Incunabula #17 [poem]--40.1
      • Liking Him Fine [poem]--40.1
      • Toothmarks [poem]--40.1
      • You [poem, for Jackson Mac Low]--40.1
    • Michaels, Leonard
      • Interview with Jayne Phillips--54.14
      • Leonard Michaels on Leon Michaels [Esquire tearsheets, with annotations by Phillips]--55.3
    • Mill, Annabel. The Girl with the Face or The Story of the Mother--12.6
    • Miller, Lorraine
      • Response to Phillips [essay on Black Tickets]--55.2
      • Response to Machine Dreams [essay on Machine Dreams--55.2
    • Mullen, Carol
      • Essay on Black Tickets--55.2
      • Essay on Machine Dreams--55.2
    • Myers, Jane. Essay on Black Tickets--55.2
    • Nordan, Louis ("Buddy"). Introduction for 1995 Jayne Anne Phillips reading--45.4
    • Norman, Dawn. Stanley, Stanley… [untitled short story fragment]--39.9
    • Nova, Craig. The Good Son [excerpt of published text]--55.3
    • Olsen, Eric. In Turlock--40.4
    • Pancake, Breece D'J. Trilobites [short story]--43.4
    • Pancake, Helen. The Stories of Breece D'J Pancake – Locations & Bits--43.4
    • Phillips, Amy Jo. The Mouse That Would Not Listen--44.5
    • Phillips, Lisa A.
      • Lovin' Jayne Anne [essay on Black Tickets]--55.2
      • The Persistance of Transience: Machine Dreams and the Artistry of Jayne Anne Phillips--55.2
    • Pijewski, John. Familiar Bodies [poems]--58.2
    • Potkin, Allen J. The Dental Assistant--40.6
    • Rinpoche, Chogyam Trungpa. Arrogance and Pride--40.3
    • Robertson, Sarah
      • Interview with Phillips--37.2
      • Not Hiding But Mourning: Processes of Remembering in Shelter--54.15
      • The Secret Country: Jayne Anne Phillips and the Cryptic Evocation of a Region [thesis]--55.1
    • Schneider, Steven
      • The Ice Crew [poem]--29.1
      • Jake [poem]--29.1
    • Shurbutt, Sylvia Bailey. Home is Where You Come From: The Fiction of Jayne Anne Phillips and the Journey Within [paper]--54.2
    • Southern, Susan
      • Customs carried with care… [untitled story]--41.3
      • It is the last quarter of the twentieth century… [untitled story]--41.3
      • She sits at the kitchen table… [untitled story]--41.3
    • Sparks, Teresa. Screenplay adaptation of Shelter--23.8-24.2
    • Spencer, Scott. Excitable Boy [published essay]--45.4
    • Stansbury, Nicole. Some Body Parts Remember a War [published text in Prism international)--43.6
    • Steingass, David. Six Days in July [published text]--40.5
    • Stitzel, David. A Cloud Trip through the Andes [poem]--41.3
    • Stitzel, Judith. Morning Cycle [story]--41.3
    • Stockman, Soren. Spoken Word Poem [poem]--3.5
    • Stockman, Theo
      • Before Night Falls--58.4
      • Unidentified speech--46.1
      • Wordly Wise Story--58.5
    • Sullivan, Patricia S.
      • Poetry in Motion [essay on Black Tickets]--55.2
      • Time-Life Presents: Machine Dreams [essay on Machine Dreams]--55.2
    • Teich, Jessica. Souvenir [stage adaptation of Phillips's stories Home and Souvenir]--30.18-20
    • Themstrup, Karen
      • Debate Between Machine Dreams and Black Tickets, with Karen Mediating--55.2
      • How to Write, How to Dream [essay on Black Tickets]--55.2
    • Thornhill, Mrs. J. W. No Fear--49.6
    • Vital, Jonathan
      • Essay on Black Tickets--55.2
      • Essay on Machine Dreams--55.2
    • Vogeler, Sara
      • Appetite [poem]--41.5
      • Even the nose… [untitled poem]--41.5
      • Joan stays up all night… [untitled poem]--41.5
      • Negatives [poem]--41.5
      • President Ford [poem]--41.1
      • Shitting in the Sand [poem]--41.5
    • W______, Laura B. [Laura Juliet Wood?]
      • Central de Abastos, Mexico City [poem]--42.9
      • A Man Dreams about Marriage [poem]--42.9
      • Post Card from Old Gold Mountain [poem]--42.9
    • Weber, Marc
      • Circle of Love--see Painting all night, Love morning chant, Magus, So we are to part, Talking, and Vision of lovers
      • Grandfather [poem]--41.6
      • Holiday [poem]--41.6
      • Love morning chant [poem]--41.6
      • Magus [poem]--41.6
      • Painting all night [poem]--41.6
      • So we are to part [poem]--41.6
      • Talking [poem]--41.6
      • Vision of lovers [poem]--41.6
    • Wilk, David. The Hem of Her Dress [short fiction broadside, with Stephen Emerson]--41.4
    • Wright, Jeffrey C. (Jeffrey Cyphers)
      • April Is the Cruellest [sic] Year [poem]--41.6
      • Arnold at Arnold's [poem]--41.6
      • Blood [poem]--41.6
      • Boulder poims [sic] [poem]--41.6
      • A bout [poem]--41.6
      • The City [poem]--41.6
      • A Dead Poem [poem]--41.6
      • Documentary [poem]--41.6
      • Due [poem]--41.6
      • The Engineers of Fate [poem]--41.6
      • The exits existence [poem]--41.6
      • How It Burns [poem]--41.6
      • I feel like less… [untitled poem]--41.6
      • Job Application Blues [poem]--41.6
      • July 4, 1974 [poem]--41.6
      • Late at Night [poem]--41.6
      • Leave me alone [poem]--41.6
      • Name for no one [poem]--41.6
      • November, 1972 [poem]--41.6
      • NY Poem [poem]--41.6
      • The Old Bogus [poem]--41.6
      • The Poem I Wanted [poem]--41.6
      • Razor Sculpture [poem]--41.6
      • Respite [poem]--41.6
      • There it is again… [untitled poem]--41.6
      • Upstairs Uptown [poem]--41.6
      • When the water goes back down… [untitled poem]--41.6
    • Zim, Joshua. Communicable Diseases (in Loka)--41.7
  • Unidentified authors
    • Adam Beckett--58.6
    • Addition [poem]--32.1 [possibly by Richard Currey]
    • Arethusa, or, turned into a fountain [poem] [possibly by Richard Currey]--32.1
    • Four Poems from a Failed Ghazal (for Brent & Jane & John & Don)--39.3
    • Is that the one-winged girl… [untitled lyrics or poem]--29.1
    • Two Great Broads [poem for Phillips and Anita Klaussen]--46.6
    • Pen and ink drawing of a hand For Jayne Anne Phillips – a hand. At Christmas 1989, with illegible signature--45.5