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Tuesday 10:15-12:15 Exam block - rescheduled to Saturday, 12/14/2013 from 10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
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Professor Bruce Kellner retired from the English Department in 1991.
1992: “The Nigger Heaven Blues of Langston Hughes,” in Langston Hughes Review. 11: 1
1993: The Major Works of Gertrude Stein (16 volumes). editor. Tokyo: Hono-tomosha
Wie man Gertrude Stein liest und studiert. Hamburg: Achilla Presse
"Donald Windham:' in Contemporary Gay American Novelists. Westport: Greenwood Press
1994: "Gertrude Stein,” “The Railway Police,” “A & P,” in Reference Guide to Short Fiction.
London: St James Press
“Haas' Lesebuch und Europas Entdeckung der Gertrude Stein,” in Lesehuch 7um
allmahlichen Kennenlernen von Gertrllde Stein. edited by Robert Bartlett Haas.
“Jacob Eichholtz: A Letter from Lancaster,” Ganser Library Friends Folio, 37
Demuth Dialogue, Charles Demuth Foundation quarterly newsletter, editor for ten years.
1995: “Langston Hughes's Nigger Heaven Blues,” in Langston Hughes: The Man, His Art,
and His Continuing Influence. New York: Garland Publishing Company.
“Way Off-Broadway for a Four Year Run,” in Holding On & Letting Go, Cedar Rapids:
Coe College Press.
“A Jacob Eichholtz Receipt Book,” Ganser Library Friends Folio,1-3
1997: Early Modern African American Literature (25 volumes), editor. Tokyo: Hono-tomosha
2000: Letters of Charles Demuth, editor. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
“Miss Young My Darling,” in The Review of Contemporary Fiction, 20.2
“Vassar Miller: Swimming on Concrete,” in Literature and Medicine, 19.2
2002: Kiss Me Again: An Invitation to a Group of Noble Dames. New York: Turtle Point
Lancaster Literary Guild member 2005 --- Press.
2003: The Splendid Drunken Twenties: Selections from the Daybooks of Carl Van Vechten.
Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
“A Lot of Applesauce,” in Etravagant Crowd. by Nancy Kuhl. New Haven: Beinecke
Library, Yale University
“Arden," in Rapportage, III
2005: What for Dinner Also Breakfast Lunch and In Between. Boulder: White Sand Lake
2006: “The Margaret C. Woodbridge Collection of “Books by a Woman Writt," in Ganser
Library, Friends Folio, 53
2007: “The New Negro,” in Matador (Madrid), J
2008: Winter Ridge: A Love Story. New York: Mondial Books
“The Gertrude Stein-Alice B. Tolas Symbiosis," in Life Writing II
2009: Carlo Among the Muses. New Haven: Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
2010: 'Caruso's Mustache Off’ and Other Writings About Music and Musicians by Carl Van
Vechten, selected and edited with an introduction. New York: Mondial Books
The Prettiest Girls in Euphoria, Kansas. New York: Mondial Books (scheduled for
publication in May).
PLAYS AND READINGS PRODUCED
1998: Staying On Alone, produced at the Orleans Playhouse, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, with
1999: Swimming on Concrete, produced by the Theater of the Seventh Sister, Lancaster,
Pennsylvania, with Candace O'Donnell
2001: Fritzi Scheff, produced by the Theater of the Seventh Sister. Lancaster.
with Mary Adams Smith
2007: Semper Fidelis: Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas, given as a dramatic reading at the
Lancaster Literary Guild, with Priscilla Oppenheimer and Shirley Garrett
2008: Colette, given as a dramatic reading at the Lancaster Literary Guild. with Priscilla
Oppenheimer and Shirley Garrett
2009: William Saroyan, given as a dramatic reading at the Lancaster Literary Guild, with
Pat Lemay, Tim Riggs, and John Rohrkemper
2010: “By a Woman Writt,” to be given as a dramatic reading at the Lancaster Literary Guild.
October, with Pat Lemay, Priscilla Oppenheimer. Shirley Garrett Chris
Longnecker, Cynthia Charles, and Diane Carroll
LECTURES, PANELS, TALKS, CONFERENCES
1992-2009 (lectures on The Harlem Renaissance; the Twenties; Early Modern African American
Literature; artists Ralph Barton, Paul Gauguin, and Charles Demuth; writers Carl Van Vechten,
Gertrude Stein, H. L. Mencken, Colette, Ivan Turgenev, Gustav Flaubert Joseph Hergesheimer,
Vassar Miller or William Shakespeare) at the following:
Beinecke Library, Yale University, New Haven CT (3)
Cedar Rapids Public Library, IA
City College of New York, NY (2)
Clio Society, Iris Club, Lancaster PA (2)
Coe College, Cedar Rapids IA
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg VA
Demuth Foundation, Lancaster PA (2)
Gertrude Stein International Conference, Culoz, France
Gibbes Museum, Charleston SC
Lancaster Literary Guild, PA
Marquette University, Milwaukee WI
McClellanville School, Charleston SC
National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution (2), woe
Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City MO (2)
Quest (9), Lancaster PA
San Francisco Public Library, CA
Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris
University of Northern Iowa, IA
Willow Valley, PA
African Americans in Europe, Universite de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, February 1992
Gertrude Stein International Conference, Culoz. France, November 1992
Harlem Renaissance Conference, Beinecke Library, Yale University 1996
Biography Conference, Beinecke Library, Yale University, 1998
ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP
Smithsonian Institution African American Project
Harvard University-Oxford University African American Biography Project
--Seeing Gertrude Stein" exhibition, 2011 in San Francisco and Washington DC
My friend and colleague, J. Joel Farber (retired Professor of Classics, Franklin and Marshall
College) and I founded All Kinds Blintzes Press in 1998, through which we published sixty
chapbooks, on a variety of subjects, in editions limited to 26 lettered copies each, desk-top
printed and hand-sewn into exotic wrappers. Complete runs are in the libraries at Millersville
University, Franklin & Marshall College, and Colorado College. Ganser mounted an exhibition
of our work. Our publications have never been for sale but available only through charitable
donations to organizations and causes of our selection. We ceased publication after ten years,
during which we raised nearly $15,000 for various non-profit recipients.
Demuth Foundation, board member. 1994-2006
Successor Trustee to the Estate of Carl Van Vechten, 1997-, during which time I have raised
over $75,000 for the James Weldon Johnson Memorial Collection of Negro Arts and
Letters in the Beinecke Library, Yale University
Lancaster Literary Guild, member, programs (see above), 2007-
Contact Info – 514 North School Lance, Lancaster, Pa 17603