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BIBLIOGRAPHY
A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JOYCE KILMER'S BOOKS

The circus, and other essays. New York: Lawrence J. Gomme, 1916.


The circus, and other essays and fugitive pieces, by Joyce Kilmer; ed. with an introduction, by Robert Cortes Holliday. New York: George H. Doran Co., 1921.

The courage of enlightenment. An address delivered in Campion College, Prairie du Chien, Wisc., to the members of the graduating class, June fifteenth, nineteen hundred seventeen. Prairie du Chien, Wis.: 1917.


Dreams and images; an anthology of Catholic poets, ed. by Joyce Kilmer. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1917.
Dreams and images; an anthology of Catholic poets, ed. by Joyce Kilmer; with supplementary poems ed. by Shaemas O'Sheel. New York: Boni and Liveright, 1926.
Joyce Kilmer, ed., with a memoir, by Robert Cortes Holliday. 2 vols New York; George K. Doran Co., 1918. (There are also later editions of this work)
Joyce Kilmer's anthology of Catholic poets.

(Books with this title are later editions of Dreams and Images)


Literature in the making, by some of its makers, presented by Joyce Kilmer. New York and London: Harper and Brothers, 1917.
Main street, and other poems. New York: George H. Doran Co., 1917.
Summer of love. New York: Baker and Taylor Co., 1911.
Trees, and other poems. New York: George K. Doran Co., 1914.
Trees, by Joyce Kilmer, decorated by E. MacKinstry. New York: George K. Doran Co., 1925.

POEMS BY JOYCE KILMER IN MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS


"Age comes a-wooing," Current Literature, v. 51, November, 1911, pp. 569-70.
"Alarm clocks," Collier's, v. 56, January 22, 1916, p. 14.
"The Annunciation," Queen's Work, December, 1916. Published under the pseudonym John Langdon.
"Apartment house," Independent, v. 74, May 15, 1913, p. 1084.
"A ballad of new sins," Puck, July 1, 1916, p. 14.
"The ballad of the brave wanton," International, v. 6, June, 1912, p. 10.
"The bartender," Smart Set, August, 1913, p. 96.
"Beauty's hair," Poetry Journal, June, 1916.
"Blue valentine," Poetry, v. 9, March, 1917, pp. 289-91.
"Butterfly ballade," New York Times Magazine, January 2, 1910, p. 8.
"Citizen of the world," Catholic World, v. 99, August, 1914, p. 585.
"The clouded sun," Pathfinder, August, 1911.
"Daws' dinner," Minaret, March, 1916.
"Easter Sunday," Pan American, v. 27, July, 1918, pp. 160-61. Includes a translation into Spanish.
"Esther and the angel," The Times (London), May 28, 1911.
"The fairy lovers," .The Times (London), December 31, 1911.
"Father Gerald Hopkins, S.J." Studies, .March, 1916.
"Gates and doors - a ballad of Christmas Eve," House and Garden, December, 1915.
"House with nobody in it," Delineator, v. 86, January, 1915, p. 8.
"In memory of Lieutenant Rupert Brooke," Bookman, v. 42, September 1915, p. 58.
"Kings,” Columbiad, December, 1915.
"Lionel Johnson," "Catholic World, v. 102, March, 1916, p. 750.
“Love's lantern," Century, v. 87, March, 1914, p. 778.
"Lullaby for a baby fairy," The Times (London), June 11, 1911.
“Mad Margery," The Times (London), May 21, 1911.
"Madness," Harper's Weekly, v. 55, June 3, 1911, p. 29.
"Main Street," House and Garden, July, 1916.
"Martin," Current Literature, v. 53, December, 1912, pp. 714-15.
"Mid-ocean in war-time," Literary Digest, v. 55, November 24, 1917, p. 38.
"Morning meditations of Frere Hyacinthus," Current Literature v. 51, November, 1911, p. 570.
"Multiplication," Magnificat, March, 1917.
“My Lady," Moods, v. 1, March, 1909, p. 143.
"New school," Outlook, November 24, 1915, p. 763.
"Old poets,” Smart Set, January, 1914, p. 50.
"Peacemaker," Current Opinion, v. 65, December, 1918, p. 398.
"Pennies,” Catholic World, v. 96, February, 1913, p. 601.
"Poets," Catholic World, v. 97, July, 1913, p. 506.
"Prayer of a soldier in France," Good Housekeeping, v. 66, April, 1918, p. 19.
"Princess's ballade," Independent, v. 69, July 17, 1910, p. 1106.
"The proud poet," Bellman, May 27, 1916.
"The red rose and the white," Moods, v. 1, June, 1909, p. 244.
"Robe of Christ," New Witness," September 30, 1915.
"Roofs," Literary Digest, v. 55, November 24, 1917, p. 38.
"Roses," Catholic World, v. 105, June, 1917, p. 351.
"Rouge bouquet," Scribner's Magazine, v. 64, September, 1918, p. 351.
"Saint Alexis," Bellman, August 16, 1913, p. 209.
“Selenephile," Moods, v. 1, December, 1908, p. 68.
"Servant girl and grocer's boy," Smart Set, July, 1913, p. 54.
"Singing Girl," Catholic World, v. 104, October, 1916, p. 43.
"The songs of Terre d' Amour," The Times (London), May 28, 1911.
"Stars," Catholic World, v. 97, May, 1913, p. 196.
"Subway,” Independent, v. 69, September 1, 1910, p. 467.
"Thanksgiving," Collier's, v. 56, November 27, 1915, p. 25.
"Thorn," Poetry, v. 9, March, 1917, p. 291.
"To a young poet who killed himself," Smart Set, June, 1913, p. 120.
"To certain poets," Smart Set, October, 1913, p. 68.
"Trees," Literary Digest, v. 58, August 31, 1918, p. 36.
"The Twelve Forty-five," Smart Set, April, 1914, p. 97.
"Under canvas," McBride's, v. 96, October, 1915, p 87.
"The Visitation," Queen's Work, December, 1916. Published under the pseudonym John Langdon.
"War-time Christmas," Harper's Weekly, v. 61, December 25, 1915, p. 620.
"Waverley," Spectator, v. 113, July 4, 1914, p. 16.
"Wealth," Current Opinion, v. 59, November, 1915, p. 350.

ARTICLES BY JOYCE KILMER IN MAGAZINES


"American interviewer," Living Age, March 9, 1918, pp. 614-17.
"The bally pub," Puck, August 5, 1916, p. 13.
"Beauty in a man's life and work," The Designer, March, 1917, p. 30.
"The Booklover," Puck, August 12, 1916, p. 33.
"Bouquet for Jenny," Bellman, v. 22, January 13, 1917, pp. 47-8.
"Bread and circuses," Independent, v. 87, July 10, 1916, p. 62.
"Catholic poets and poetry," Extension Magazine, November, 1915, p. 11.
"Catholic Poets of Belgium," Catholic World, v. 100, February, 1915, pp. 591-602.
"Catholic women and literature," D Youville Magazine, September, 1920, pp. 212-17.
"Cleaning up the corner news-stand," Columbiad, v. 24, January, 1916, p. 1.
"Columbian idyll," Harpers Weekly, April 1, 1916, p. 330.
"Daily traveling," Harper's Weekly, June 19, 1915, p. 592.
"Edgar Lee Masters: the Spoon River anthologist," The Bookman, v. 44, November, 1916, pp. 264-65.
"Facts about Luther," Parish Monthly, February, 1917, p. 11.
"Holy Ireland," The Bookman, v. 48, October, 1918, pp. 140-45.
"The inefficient library," Bellman, February 10, 1917, pp. 157-59.
"Lionel Johnson,” Catholic World, v. 102, February, 1916, pp. 335-40.
"Most American of poets," Independent, v. 83, November 20, 1916, pp. 312-13.
"On the education of boys," America, October 21, 1916, pp. 45-46. Kilmer wrote this under the pseudonym Sinclair Barry.
"Poor step-dame," Catholic World, v. 104, March, 1917, pp. 807-19.
"Prosperous poet," Bookman, v. 43, April, 1916, p. 181.
"Rabindranath Tagore," America, v. 13, July 17, 1915, p. 355.
“The renaissance of your grandmother," International, v. 6, July, 1912, p. 38.
"Return of the poetic drama," Independent, v. 85, January 17, 1916, p. 88.
"The season's verse," Book News Monthly, March, 1916, p. 304.
"Sign boards," Harper's Weekly, v. 61, August 7, 1915, pp. 129-30.
"The soul of India," Independent, v. 89, January 8, 1917, p. 69.
“Suppose Dickens returned," America, October 21, 1915, pp. 41-42.
"This autumn's poetry," Book News Monthly, November, 1915, pp. 118-20.
"This autumn's poetry," Bookman, v. 42, December, 1915, pp. 457-62.
"Toward democracy," Independent, v. 84, November 1, 1915, p. 188.
"War songs," Bookman, v. 43, October, 1918, pp. 145-46.

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF KILMER'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE NEW YORK TIMES

1914

"Rubaiyat of Omar discovered in ancient volume - hitherto unknown verses," New York Times, April 12, 1914, p. 2., VI. (Done into English verse by Joyce Kilmer)


“Best short poem in English," New York Times, July 5, 1914, p. 2., V
"The noon hour," New York Times, August 2, 1914, p. 4., V.
“Hyde Park orators," New York Times, October 4, 1914, p. 7., IV.
“Why not abolish poets?" New York Times, December 6, 1914, p. 8., VIII
1915
"Interview with Timothy Cole," New York Times, February 7, 1915 p. 20., V.
"John Erskine and the-literary renascence at Columbia University,” New York Times, February 21, 1915, p. 21., V.
“The work of Maurice Sterne in the Island of Bali," New York Times, March 21, 1915, p. 16.
"Alfred Noyes predicts renascence of poetry," New York Times, March 28, 1915, V., p. 1.
“Psychology of the circus,” New York Times, April 13, 1915, V., p. 18.
"The white ships and the red,” (poem) New York Times, May 16, 1915, V., p. 10.
"Manuscripts for Author's Club war relief sale," New York Times, May 16, 1915, V. p. 18.
"Interview with Leona Dalrymple who calls competition the death of literature," New York Times, September 19, 1915, p. 19.
"Will Great American Novel come from South?" New York Times, October 3, 1915, p. 16.
"Vassar College celebrates its semi-centennial," New York Times Magazine, October 3, 1915, p. 8.
“Interview with James Lane Allen who says short story has deteriorated," New York Times Magazine, October 10, 1915, p. 15.
"Big Brothering boys who are in law's grip," New York Times, October 17, 1915, p. 20.
"Interview with Arthur Gleason - intimacy with war destroys writer's Socialism," "New York Times Magazine, October 17, 1915, p. 4.
“War brings lost splendor to English Letters," (about Cosmo Hamilton) New York Times Magazine, October 17, 1915, p. 11.

"War tames the art of the 'Wild Men of Paris' - interview with Harry B. Lachman," New York Times Magazine, October 24, 1915, p. 10.


"Art thrives in spite of our prosperity worship - interview with Booth Tarkington," New York Times Magazine, October 24, 1915, p. 18.
"Burton E. Stevenson says detective stories inspired as are poems," New York Times Magazine, October 31, 1915, p. 11.
"Review of Young Hilda at the wars, by Arthur Gleason," New York Times Magazine, November 7, 1915, p. 18.
“War will restore England's sense of humor - interview with P.G. Wodehouse," New York Times Magazine, November 7, 1915, p. 13.
"Only two people in five have a sense of humor - interview with Sewell Ford," New York Times Magazine, November 14, 1915, p. 15.
"Do women lack cultivated literary taste? - interview with Harry Leon Wilson," New York Times Magazine, November 21, 1915 p. 17.
"Poets' opportunities greater than ever before - interview with Arthur Guiterman," New York Times Magazine, November 28, 1915, p. 15.
"Many novelists commercialize sex instincts - interview with Robert Herrick," New York Times Magazine, December 5, 1915, P. 14.
"The strange fate of Lionel Johnson," New York Times Magazine, December 12, 1915, p. 18.
"The Day after Christmas," New York Times Magazine, December 26, 1915, p. 9.
"Movies and the war have not hurt the drama - interview with Haddon Chambers," New York Times Magazine, December 26, 1915, p. 5.
"Statesmen and financiers turn poet for charity," New York Times Magazine, December 26, 1915, p. 14.
1916
"Idealism wounded by war, says Edith Thomas," New York Times Magazine, January 2, 1916, p. 19.
"American Literature is going to the dogs - interview with Henry Holt,” New York Times Magazine, January 9, 1916, p. 14.
"Palmer Cox of Brownie Castle comes to town," New York Times Magazine, January 16, 1916, p. 19.
"Free verse hampers poets - interview with Josephine Preston Peabody," New York Times Magazine, January 23, 1916, p. 14.
"Tragedy revives problem of starving writer - Dr. Robert Underwood Johnson's proposal for a great endowment fund," New York Times Magazine, January 30, 1916, p. 18.
"This war affected literature five years ago - interview with Charles Rann Kennedy," New York Times Magazine, January 30, 1916, p. 17.
"Romance needs humor, says newest dramatist - interview with Edward Childs Carpenter," New York Times Magazine, January 30, 1916, p. 14.
"Review of Good Friday and other poems, by John Masefield," New York Times, February 6, 1916, VI, p. 16.
"Too many books spoil the modern child - interview with Tudor Jenks, who deplores heavy flood of informing juvenile literature," New York Times Magazine, February 6, 1916, p. 17
"Our rich authors make cheap literature - interview with Ida Tarbell," New York Times Magazine, February 13, 1916, p. 15.
"What is the matter with American drama? Interview with Langdon Mitchell," New York Times Magazine, February 20, 1916, p. 11.
"Reviews of The crimes of England, by Chesterton, and The Path of Glory by Anatole France," New York Times Review of Books, February 27, 1916, VII, p. 1.
"The war is making England a nation of readers - interview with George H. Doran," New York Times Magazine, February 27 1916, p. 5.
"Evasive idealism handicaps our literature - interview with Ellen Glasgow," New York Times Magazine, March 5, 1916, p. 10
"War has given literature a new spirituality - interview with Laurence Housman," New York Times Magazine, March 12, 1916, p.11.
“Interview with Robert Underwood Johnson who deplores excesses of ultra-modern poets," New York Times Magazine, March 19, 1916, p. 10.
"How does the new poetry differ from the old? Interview with Amy Lowell," New York Times Magazine, March 26, 1916, p. 8.
"Oriental poetry more realistic than ours - interview with Ratan Devi," New York Times Magazine, April 2, 1916, p. 12.
"Edwin Arlington Robinson defines poetry,” New York Times Magazine, April 9, 1916, p. 12.
"Mrs. Mary Roberts Rinehart and the Censor," New York Times Magazine, April 16, 1916, p. 12.
"Yearly dose of poetry brought by circus," New York Times Magazine, April 16, 1916, p. 8.
"Harper's to move after nearly 100 years," New York Times Magazine, April 23, 1916, p. 6.
"Business robs literature of keenest minds - interview with Frank H. Spearman," New York Times Magazine, April 30, 1916, p. 12.
"Poets marched in the van of Irish revolt - interview with Padraic Colum," New York Times Magazine, May 7, 1916, p. 3.
"Hamlin Garland laments New York influences on writers," New York Times Magazine, May 28, 1916, p. 13.
"Interview with Coningsby Dawson who tells of the Royal School of Artillery in Canada," New York Times Magazine, June 4, 1916, p. 14.
"Interview with Stephen Whitman," New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1916, p. 13.
"Present trend of India's art is toward nationalism - interview with Lajpat Rai," New York Times Magazine, June 11, 1916, p. 15.
"Gaudier-Brzeska and the Vorticist Movement," New York Times Magazine, June 25, 1916, p. 13.
"Interview with Fr. Gonzalo Carrasco who says Mexico was first center of learning in America," New York Times Magazine, July 2, 1916, p. 12.
"Many writers not helped by college training - interview with W. Ellsworth," New York Times Magazine, July 9, 1916, p. 8.
"Interview with G.G.A. Murray on Oxford in wartime," New York Times, July 13, 1916, V., p. 3.
"Is O Henry a pernicious literary influence?" New York Times Magazine, July 23, 1916, p. 12.
“James Whitcomb Riley as a poet knew him - interview with Bliss Carmen," New York Times Magazine, July 30, 1916, p. 14.
"Fannie Hurst decries 'chocolate-fudge' tales," New York Times Magazine, August 6, 1916, p. 15.
"Nothing but itself can harm American poetry - interview with May Riley Smith who thinks magazines fail to benefit poetry because they do not demand a high order of verse," New York Times Magazine, August 13, 1916, p. 16.
"Irish girl rebel tells of Dublin fighting - interview with Moira Regan," New York Times Magazine, August 20, 1916, p. 4.
"Church may make Mew York martyr a saint - cause of Father Isaac Jogues, discoverer of Lake George, is now before the Congregation of Rites at Rome," New York Times Magazine, August 27, 1916, p. 4.
"War censorship modeled on that of Church - interview with Archbishop Bonzano," New York Times Magazine, September 3, 1916, p. 13.
"Review of Young India by Lajpat Rai," New York Times Book Review, September 10, 1916, p. 351.
"Washington's letter vanishes from Baltimore - the famous letter to Bishop Carroll praising the Catholics of the country for the part they took in the American Revolutionary War," New York Times Magazine, September 10, 1916, p. 8.
"Writers make best rulers - interview with Hain-Jou-Kia, Chinese scholar, who explains China's indifference toward European literature," New York Times Magazine, September 10, 1916, p. 13.
"Peter Newell says domesticity helps artists," New York Times Magazine, September 17, 1916, p. 12.
"Moving pictures have commercialized writers - interview with Charles Hanson Towne," New York Times Magazine, September 24, 1916, p. 17.
"Review of The advance of the English Novel, by William Lyon Phelps,” New York Times Book Review, September 24, 1916, p. 379.
"Review of The mythology of all races, by George Foote Moore," New York Times Book Review, September 24, 1916, p. 377.
"Shackled magazine editors harm literature," New York Times Magazine, October 1, 1916, p. 14.
“Hunting for literary treasures in wartime - Henry Clapp Smith tells of his adventures among English rare bookshops," New York Times Magazine, October 15, 1916, p. 20.
"Interview with Meredith Nicholson who censures literary snobbishness," New York Times Magazine, October 15, 1916, p. 14.
"Spent twenty-two years collecting 15,000 similes - interview with the lexicographer Frank J. Wilstach," New York Times Magazine, October 22, 1916, p. 14.
"The great O. Henry mystery solved at last - from Ohio penitentiary the short story writer came to New York to win fame and fortune," New York Times Magazine, October 29, 1916, p. 13.
"Interview with Sir Rabindranath Tagore – Bengali poet gives his poetic creed and explains Oriental attitude toward life," New York Times Magazine, October 29, 1916, p. 13.
"Interview with A. Bullard on European letters and art," New York Times Magazine, November 5, 1916, p. 8.
"Barrie, saddened by the war, writes little now - famous author of Peter Pan supports a hospital in France," New York Times Magazine, November 12, 1916, p. 11.
"Stage managing best training for playwright - the mysteries of pleasing the fickle audience revealed by Winchell Smith, New York Times Magazine, November 19, 1916, p. 10.
"Anne Simon's diary a strange soul record," New York Times Magazine, November 26, 1916, p. 12.
"Peace, not war, in Holiday gift books," New. York Times Book Review, November 26, 1916, p. 512.

"The year's harvest of noteworthy poetry," New York Times Book Review, November 26, 1916, p. 508.


"Future of American stage depends on directors - interview with Rachel Crothers," New York Times Magazine, December 3, 1916, p. 13.
"Godlessness mars most contemporary poetry," New York Times Magazine, December 10, 1916, p. 12.
"Books of verse less popular here than abroad - interview with Walter de la Mare," New York Times Magazine, December 17, 1916, p. 10.
"The gentle art of Christmas giving," New York Times Magazine, December 24, 1916, p. 6.
"Richard Watson Gilders," New York Times Magazine, December 31, 1916, p. 12.
1917

“Popular catchwords are a national menace - interview with Mary S. Watts who laments ‘social consciousness’ and influence of New York on rest of country," New York Times Magazine, January 7, 1917, p. 10.


“English criticism not done by maiden aunts - interview with Wilfrid Wilson Gibson," New York Times Magazine, January 14, 1917, p. 11.
“Writers get squarer deal than ever before - interview with Joseph C. Lincoln who says writers are well paid nowadays but not corrupted by high prices," New York Times Magazine, January 21, 1917, p. 11.
"When Edgar Allan Poe wrote for fifty cents a page," New York Times Magazine, January 28, 1917, p. 14.
"Why New York must become the new Paris - interview with Mme. de Saint-Point," New York Times Magazine, February 4, 1917, p. 14.
"T.B. Wells, noted publisher just back from Europe, reports new seriousness in literary life of England and France," New York Times Magazine, February 11, 1917, p. 11.
"Thoughts on Washington's birthday," New York Times Magazine, February 18, 1917, p. 4.
"Wealth of unpublished Stevenson poems found," New York Times Magazine, February 18, 1917, p. 10.
"Library of Congress sends books to any town - interview with Henry Putnam, Librarian of Congress,” New York Times Magazine, February 25, 1917, p. 14.
"Mystery of authorship of Chinese lyrics solved - poems of Pai Ta-shun were written by Dr. Frederick Peterson," New York Times Magazine, March 4, 1917, p. 6.
"American idealism constantly in evidence here, says Hindu scholar Benoy Kumar," York Times Magazine, March 11, 1917, p. 12.
"Noted English poet William H. Davies studies America as a tramp," New York Times Magazine, March 18, 1917, p. 9.
"Three stories a year are _enough for a writer - interview with Ring Lardner" New York Times Magazine, March 25, 1917
"Dean of poetesses says this is the brass age of poetry - interview with Edna Dean Proctor," New York Times Magazine, April 1, 1917, p. 12.
"Democracy of the joke and lack of German humor discussed by Stephen Leacock," New York Times Magazine, April 8, 1917, p. 7.
"Rhythmic crisis now sweeping over world - its beauties are flowering in art and its evils in war, says Ridgely Torrence, New York Times Magazine, April 15, 1917, p. 14.
"Author of Yiddish drama discusses ideals - David Pinski compares life in Russia with that of New World," New York Times Magazine, April 22, 1917
“How Skinny felt first night he slept under a dog tent," New York Times Magazine, April 29, 1917, p. 12.
"Result of war will be beneficial to literature — interview with Sir Herbert Tree," New York Times Magazine, April 29, 1917
"Mrs. Atherton tells how to find ideal woman," New York Times Magazine, May 6, 1917
“Captain Rupert Hughes calls authors to war,” New York Times Magazine, May 13, 1917, p. 11.
"Stevenson's 'unhealthy optimism fades in war - interview with Margaret Widdemer who says neurotic invalid was progenitor of 'Pollyanna idea," New York Times Magazine, May 20, 1917, p. 9.
"Woodrow Wilson and Wells, war's great authors - interview with Honore Willsie," New York Times Magazine, May 27, 1917, p. 15.
"Forecast of radical changes after war ends - interview with Sir Gilbert Parker," New York Times Magazine, June 17, 1917, p. 3.
"Queer predicament of the mayor of Chicago - a self appointed critic of his country in wartime," Mew York Times Magazine, June 24, 1917, p. 11.
"Thomas Power 0'Connor talks of obstacles in Home Rule fight," New York Times Magazine, July 1, 1917, p. 15.
"Confessing crime to doctor, lawyer, or cleric," New York Times Magazine, July 8, 1917, p. 13.
COLLABORATIONS
Jearue, Arthur. The miracle, a comedy drama in three acts. Minneapolis, Minn.; Northwestern Press, 1938. Based on Joyce Kilmer's poem, "Trees."
Watts, Alfred. (Kilmer, Joyce, and Widdemer, Margaret). "Question nocturnal," Others, a magazine of the New Verse, v. 2, January, 1916, p. 135.
____. "The current," Others, a magazine of the New Verse, v. 2 '' January, 1916, p. 135.
____ “In the park: for Farouche, November, 1914" Others, a magazine of the New Verse, v. 2, January, 1916, p. 135.
These "Alfred Watts" poems were written with satirical intent.
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