SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

& AWARDS

 

Co-editor. Wiley-Blackwell Encylcopedia of Twentieth Century American Ficiton. London: Blackwell, 2010.

"Thomas Berger," "Richard Bruatigan," "James M. Cain," "Raymond Chandler," "Joan Didion," "Dashiell Hammett," "Maureen Howard," "Mary Gordon," "Harry Mathews," "Paul West," & "Steven Wright." Wiley-Blackwell Encylcopedia of Twentieth Century American Ficiton. London: Blackwell, 2010.

"Great Irish Famine (1845-1854)." Encyclopedia of American Immigration. Pasadena: Salem Press, 2010. 433-35.

"The Westian World of Fiction, or The Immensity of the Here and Now." Reading Paul West. Anne-Laure Tissut, ed. Tours, France: presses Universitaires Francois-Rabelais, 2009. 15-20.

"The Pressure of Mind on Time: Paul West and Postmodern Historiography." Reading Paul West. Anne-Laure Tissut, ed. Tours, France: presses Universitaires Francois-Rabelais, 2009. 35-55.

"Paul Butterfield, Roger Daltrey, Ray Davies, Roger McGuinn, & Gram Parsons." Musicians and Composers of the Twentieth Century. Pasadena: Salem Press, 2009.

Outstanding Scholarly Achievement Award. CSUS. 2006-2007.

Numerous Entries. Cambridge Guide to Literature in English. Ed. Dominic Head. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2006.

"Introduction." Paul West Colloquium: Purple Prose/La prose a sensations. 16 October 2003. Francois Rabelais University. Tours, France.

"The Pressure of Mind on Time: Paul West and Postmodern Historiography." Paul West Colloquium: Purple Prose/La prose a sensations. 17 October 2003. Francois Rabelais University. Tours, France.

"Introduction." The Place in Flowers Where Pollen Rests. By Paul West. (New York: Voyant, 2002). V-IX.

Outstanding Teaching Award. College of Arts & Letters. CSUS. 1999.

"Jacob Steendam." American National Biography. Vol 20 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999). 608-09.

"Induction to Pariahdom: Liminality in the Fiction of Paul West." Critique 40.1 (1998). 49-70.

Numerous Entries. Fiction in English. Ed. Ian Ousby. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1998.

"Anne Riordan: Raymond Chandler's Forgotten Heroine." The Detective in American Fiction, Film, and Television. Jerome H. Delamater & Ruth Prigozi, eds. (Westport: Greenwood Press, 1998). 3-11.

"Alan Burns." The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Contemporary British Novelists, 1960- Present. Ed. Merrit Mosley. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1998. 73-81.

Guest editor. The Review of Contemporary Fiction XVII, 2 (Summer 1997). Half-issue on Alan Burns.

"Alan Burns: An Introduction." The Review of Contemporary Fiction. XVII.2 (1997). 108-21.

"An Interview with Alan Burns." The Review of Contemporary Fiction. XVII.2 (1997). 122-45.

"Alan Burns: A Bibliography." The Review of Contemporary Fiction. XVII.2 (1997). 215.

Editor. Critical Essays on Thomas Berger. (New York: G. K. Hall: 1995).

"Introduction." In Critical Essays on Thomas Berger. (New York: G. K. Hall, 1995). 1-28.

"An Interview With Thomas Berger." In Critical Essays on Thomas Berger. (New York: G. K. Hall, 1995). 151-74.

Understanding Paul West. (Columbia, South Carolina: University of South Carolina Press, 1993).

"The Isaac Pentalogy: Jerome Charyn's Metaphysics of Law and Disorder." The Review of Contemporary Fiction XII.2 (1992). 164-73.

Guest editor. The Review of Contemporary Fiction. XI.1 (1991). Half-issue on Paul West.

"Introduction." The Review of Contemporary Fiction, XI.1 (1991). 141-53.

"An Interview With Paul West." The Review of Contemporary Fiction, XI.1 (1991). 154-76. Rpt. In Contemporary Literary Criticism. Vol 96. Ed. Deborah A. Stanley. Detroit: Gale Research, 1997). 366-78.

 

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