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Saturday, June 6, 2009

ragged publication list

Haven't been a conscientious record keeper, but I have some informative index cards here from the years when I cared and was more actively trying to publish my writings in literary journals and elsewhere. So this is a convenience exercise. Most of what I have had published appeared in various issues of Wisconsin Review. In the late 1970's and early 1980's I was publishing under the pen name of Alden St. Cloud, a name derived from a family history fact and a supposed fact. However, I have used other pen names on occasion, but only once was anything legitimately published that way. * Reviews - Marvin Bell's The Escape into You Atheneum, 1969, 1970, 1971) in Road Apple Review Vol. III No. 4 Winter 1971-1972 pp. 48-50 - "Keeping Us Mad" Peter Wild's Magical Book of Cranial Effusions New Rivers Press, 1971) in Wisconsin Review Vol. 7 No. 2 Spring 1972 p. 32 * Cover designs - Their Place in the Heat Road Apple Review Spring 1971 Vol. III No. 1 - Road Apple Review Winter 1971-1972 Vol. III No. 4 * poems in anthologies - "February" and "September" (as by Alden St. Cloud) Wisconsin Poets' Calendar: 1982 and "Snow" (Alden St. Cloud) Wisconsin Poets' Calendar: 1983 Tom & Mary Montag, editors Midwestern Writers' Publishing House Fairwater, Wisconsin - "Where Once the Old Mill" and "307. November 2nd" (as by Alden St. Cloud) Poetry Out of Wisconsin V edited by Mardi Fries & Jeri McCormick Wisconsin Fellowship of Poets, Madison, 1980 - "The Mind Has Seasons Out of Time" "Beauty" and "Being a Poet" Minnesota Poets Anthology—1973 Vol. 2 No. 1 St. Cloud State College - "Woodland Shades" (sonnet) National High School Anthology 1959 * poems in magazines and newspapers - "Woodland Shades" (sonnet) Marquette Journal - "Into the Marsh" and "Solitudo III" Marquette Journal - "The Lone Pine Tree" Pursuit Spring 1963 Vol. III No. 2 - "To John Keats" Pursuit Spring 1964 Vol. 4 No. 2 - "After Almost Five Years" "Rome, 300 A.D." "Sea Shells Are for Hiding" "The Evening Soliloquy of Samuel Portal" Pursuit Winter 1964 Vol. V No. 1 - "Symphony" "The Rock Garden" "The Mind Has Seasons Out of Time" "The Purple Fox" Pursuit Summer, 1965 Vol. V No. 2 - "Cave" and "Swallow Bend" Wisconsin Review Vol. 3 No. 1 Fall, 1967 - "Beauty" (first published as "The Swans of Winnebago") Karamu No. 4 June, 1968 - "Sitting at My Desk" "A Dream of Collaboration with the Muse" (Is now simply "Muse Dream" but was first published as "A Dream of Collaboration") Karamu Vol. II No. 1 April, 1969 - "Starting Over" Road Apple Review Vol. II No. 4 Winter 1970-1971 - "Behind the Garage" and "Transferal" Wisconsin Review Vol. 6 No. 2 Spring, 1971 - "The Mystics" Small Pond Spring 1971 #22 - "Notes at the Watershed" (Christmas Season 1970-1971) Wisconsin Review Vol. 6 No. 3 Summer 1971 - "Being a Poet" "The Maverick" and "Imagining Myself on a Hill near the Old Mill Stream, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin" Wisconsin Review Vol. 7 No. 1 Fall 1971 - "Revealing the Source" Yes Vol. Two No. One Autumn 1971 - "Martha," (accepted by Free Debris, 1972) - "After the Funerals of a Friend and an Uncle" Sou'wester Winter 1972 - "Prosody" (a broadsheet in Oshkosh, 1972) - "Words for Walt" GPU News May/June 1973 - "Tonight" Saltillo Vol. 2 No. 3 Winter 1974 - "Apology of a Hypocrite" Mouth of the Dragon #6 Sept. 1975 - "20° Breeze" Abbey #20 October, 1976 - "82. March 22nd" (for Sandy Troedel) "Funeral Words" "Admonition" and "The Administrator" The West Bend News in "Spice of Life" section, Feb. 4, 1977 - "61. March 1st" "69. March 9th" "137. May 16th" (under a pen name I never used again) River Bottom Vol. IV No. 2 Summer 1977 - "105. April 14th" "106. April 15th" "110. April 19th "112. April 21st" Song #2 1977 - "Watermelon" and "The Mystery" Wisconsin Review Vol. 8 No. 3 - "Child" and "A Wall" Wisconsin Review Vol. 12 No. 4 1978 - "Michelangelo," and "Four for John Ashbery" (as by Alden St. Cloud) Wisconsin Review the fifth season Vol. 14, Nos. 2 & 3 1980 - "248. September 4th" Ramada Regular Vol. 6 No. 7 November 1980 - "The Barn Was Cold" RFD Fall, 1985 - "December 26th" The Sun: A Magazine of Ideas issue 124 March 1986 - "Saying Good-bye" "Pride" "Axiom" "Then Millicent Said" Studia Mystica Poetry and Mysticism Volume IX, Number 4 Winter 1986 * kh00030


William Michaelian said...

Once, when my father was a little kid on the farm in the Depression, his uncle sent him out to look for road apples. He spent the whole morning looking for them, not knowing what they were. Ever since, “road apples” have been an important part of our family vocabulary.

brian (baj) salchert said...

Never did ask Doug Flaherty why he chose to name his magazine and press Road Apple. I was just glad he allowed me and Terry Smith to participate.

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