Steven Moore Publications
listed chronologically within each section

A. Books

A Reader's Guide to William Gaddis's "The Recognitions." University of Nebraska Press, 1982. German translation published by Zweitausendeins ( Frankfurt ), 1998.

William Gaddis. Twayne, 1989.

Ronald Firbank: An Annotated Bibliography of Secondary Materials, 1905-1995. Dalkey Archive Press, 1996. Available at Amazon.

The Novel: An Alternative History, Beginnings to 1600. Continuum, 2010. Available at Amazon

The Novel: An Alternative History, 1600-1800. Bloomsbury, 2013. Available at Amazon

B. Anthologies and Editions

In Recognition of William Gaddis. Edited by John R. Kuehl and SM. Syracuse University Press, 1984. ["Introduction," 1-19; " Peer Gynt and The Recognitions ," 81-91, and annotated bibliography, 199-206, by SM]

The Vampire in Verse. Edited [with an introduction and extensive notes] by SM. Dracula Press, 1985. Available at Amazon

Edward Dahlberg. Samuel Beckett's Wake and Other Uncollected Prose. Edited with an introduction by SM. Dalkey Archive Press, 1989. Available at Amazon.

Ronald Firbank. Complete Short Stories . Edited [and with textual notes] by SM. Dalkey Archive Press, 1990. Published in England [with additional material] as The Early Firbank. Quartet, 1991.

Olive Moore. Collected Writings . Edited [with an appendix] by SM. Dalkey Archive, 1992.

Ronald Firbank. Complete Plays. Edited with an introduction by SM. Dalkey Archive 1992.

W. M. Spackman, Complete Fiction. Edited with an afterword by SM. Dalkey Archive, 1997.

Beerspit Night and Cursing: The Correspondence of Charles Bukowski and Sheri Martinelli. Edited with an introduction by SM. Black Sparrow, 2001.

Medieval Epics and Sagas. Edited with a preface by SM. Borders Classics, 2005.

Chandler Brossard , Over the Rainbow? Hardly: Selected Short Seizures. Edited with an introduction by SM. Sun Dog Press, 2005.

The Letters of William Gaddis. Edited by SM. Dalkey Archive Press, 2013. Available at Amazon

C. Articles, Notes, and Contributions to Books

"David in Crimea ." A Wake Newslitter: Studies of James Joyce's "Finnegans Wake." [ AWN ] 13 (December 1976): 115-16.

"For the Record." AWN 13 (December 1976): 118.

"Oliver Cromwell." AWN 14 (April 1977): 29-30.

"Luperca Latouche." AWN 17 (April 1980): 25.

"I Ching." AWN 17 (April 1980): 25.

"Chronological Difficulties in the Novels of William Gaddis." Critique 22 (September 1980): 79-91.

"An Interview with William Gaddis." Review of Contemporary Fiction [ RCF ] 2.2 (Summer 1982): 4-6. (with John Kuehl)

"William Gaddis: A Selected Bibliography." RCF 2.2 (Summer 1992): 55-56.

"Pynchon on Record." Pynchon Notes 10 (October 1982): 56-57.

"Subject Index (1962-1980)." AWN , special supplement (December 1982): I-vi.

"‘Parallel, Not Series': Thomas Pynchon and William Gaddis." Pynchon Notes 11 (February 1983): 6-26.

"Additional Sources for Gaddis's The Recognitions. " American Notes & Queries 22 (March/April 1984): 111-15.

"‘The World Is at Fault.'" Pynchon Notes 15 (Fall 1984): 84-85.

"Alexander Theroux's Darconville's Cat and the Tradition of Learned Wit." Contemporary Literature 27 (Summer 1986): 233-45.

"An Interview with Chandler Brossard ." RCF 7.1 (Spring 1987): 38-53.

" Chandler Brossard : An Introduction and Checklist." RCF 7.1 (Spring 1987): 58-86.

"William Gaddis: Sidelights Essay." Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series. Edited by Deborah A. Straub. Gale Research Co., 1987. 21:148-53.

"Gaddis's J R ." The Explicator 47.1 (Fall 1988): 55.

"Introduction." Alan Ansen, Contact Highs: Selected Poems 1957-1987. Dalkey Archive, 1989. xi-xxxiv.

"Joseph McElroy: A Bibliography." RCF 10.1 (Spring 1990): 283-88.

"David Markson and the Art of Allusion." RCF 10.2 (Summer 1990): 164-78.

"William Gaddis: la fascination du labyrinthe." Maggazine littéraire, October 1990, 95-97.

"Alexander Theroux: An Introduction." RCF 11.1 (Spring 1991): 7-28.

"An Interview with Alexander Theroux." RCF 11.1 (Spring 1991): 29-35.

"Alexander Theroux: A Bibliography." RCF 11.1 (Spring 1991): 133-39.

"Afterword." Djuna Barnes, Ladies Almanack. Dalkey Archive, 1992. 87-91.

"Felipe Alfau: A Bibliography" [with Ilan Stavans]. RCF 13.1 (Spring 1993): 248-52.

"Recalled to Life." RCF 13.1 (Spring 1993): 245-47.

"Brigid Brophy: An Introduction and Checklist." RCF 15.3 (Fall 1995): 7-11.

"Foreword." The Letters of Wanda Tinasky. Edited by T. R. Factor. Vers Libre Press, 1996. ix-xi.

"A New Language for Desire: Aureole. " RCF 17.3 (Fall 1997): 206-14.

"Reveries of Desire: An Interview with Rikki Ducornet." Bloomsbury Review, January/February 1998, 11-12.

"Sheri Martinelli: A Remembrance." Anais 16 (Spring 1998): 92-102.

"Sheri Martinelli: A Modernist Muse." Gargoyle 41 (Summer 1998): 29-54.

"Foreword." Chandler Brossard . Who Walk in Darkness. Herodias, 2000.

"Fairies and Nymphs: The Fiction of Francesca Lia Block." Rain Taxi 5.4 (Winter 2000-01): 32-33.

"Foreword." Chandler Brossard . The Bold Saboteurs. Herodias, 2001.

"Nympholepsy." Gargoyle 45 (October 2002): 9-22.

"The First Draft Version of Infinite Jest. " Howling Fantods website, posted 9 May 2003 . http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Acropolis/8175/ij_first.htm

Untitled contribution to "William Gaddis: A Portfolio." Conjunctions 41 (November 2003): 387.

"Carpenter's Gothic ; or, The Ambiguities." in William Gaddis: Bloom's Modern Critical Views. Ed. Harold Bloom. Philadelphia : Chelsea House, 2004. 101-24.

“Paper Flowers: Richard Brautigan's Poetry.” In Richard Brautigan: Essays on the Writings and Life. Ed. John F. Barber. Jefferson , NC : McFarland & Co., 2006. 188-204.

“The Secret History of Agape Agape. ” In Paper Empire: William Gaddis and the World System. Ed. Joseph Tabbi and Rone Shavers. Tuscaloosa : Univ. of Alabama Press, 2007. 256-66.

Preface and notes to Chinese translation of William Gaddis, J R . Yilin Press, 2008.

"In Memoriam David Foster Wallace." Modernism/Modernity 16.1 (January 2009): 1-3.

"William Gaddis: The Nobility of Failure." Critique 51.2 (February 2010): 118-20.

"When Knighthood Was in Error." College Hill Review 5 (Spring 2010): http://www.collegehillreview.com/005/0050901.html

D. Book Reviews

[Staff fiction reviewer for Spree Magazine ( Denver ), 1978-79; not itemized here]

Paul Smith, Pound Revisited. American Notes & Queries [ ANQ ] 23 (Sept./Oct. 1984): 30-31.

"Fiction as Cultural Anthropology" [rev. of three chapbooks by Chandler Brossard]. San Francisco Review of Books 9 (Spring 1985): 13, 27.

Ian Bell, ed. Ezra Pound: Tactics for Reading . ANQ 23 (March/April 1985): 122-23.

Sandra Loy, The Writer's Voice. Moody Street Irregulars 16/17 (Summer 1986): 29-30.

Peter Bailey, Reading Stanley Elkin. ANQ 24 (May/June 1986): 29-30.

[Staff reviewer for the Review of Contemporary Fiction , 1986-96; not itemized here]

Warren French, Jack Kerouac. Kerouac Connection [ KC ] 13 (Spring 1987): 18.

Allen Ginsberg, Howl: Original Draft Facsimile. KC 14 (Summer 1987): 20.

Gregory Stephenson, Friendly and Flowing Savage: The Literary Legend of Neal Cassady. KC 14 (Summer 1987): 21.

Alexander Theroux, An Adultery. Conjunctions 11 (Spring 1988): 274-75.

Ted Morgan, Literary Outlaw: The Life and Times of William S. Burroughs. KC 17 (Spring 1989): 34-35.

Mary Caponegro, The Star Café. Washington Post Book World , 23 August 1990 , D-3.

Stephen Dixon, Frog. Washington Post Book World, 19 January 1992 , 6-7.

William T. Vollmann, Fathers and Crows and An Afghanistan Picture Show. Washington Post Book World, 2 August 1992 , 1, 10.

Stanley Elkin, Van Gogh's Room at Arles . Washington Post Book World, 21 March 1993 , 6.

James McCourt, Time Remaining. Washington Post Book World, 20 June 1993 , 6.

William S. Burroughs, Letters 1945-1959, and Barry Miles, William Burroughs: El Hombre Invisible. Washington Post Book World, 15 August 1993 , 1, 14.

William T. Vollmann, The Rifles. Chicago Tribune, 6 March 1994 , "Books," 3.

William Gaddis, A Frolic of His Own. Nation, 25 April 1994 , 569-71.

John Barth, One upon a Time: A Floating Opera. Washington Post Book World, 8 May 1994 , 4.

Robert Calasso, The Ruin of Kasch. Washington Post Book World, 25 December 1994 , 3, 10.

Richard Powers, Galatea 2.2. Washington Post Book World, 9 July 1995 , 1, 12.

Andrew Holleran, The Beauty of Men. Washington Post Book World, 9 June 1996 , 5.

William T. Vollmann, The Atlas. Chicago Tribune, 11 August 1996 , "Books," 9-10.

Lawrence Norfolk, The Pope's Rhinoceros. Washington Post Book World, 15 September 1996 , 4.

Karen Elizabeth Gordon. Paris Out of Hand. Rain Taxi 1.4 (Fall 1996): 6.

"Fiction in Translation" [six foreign novels]. Washington Post Book World, 22 December 1996 , 9.

Norman Mailer, The Gospel According to the Son. Washington Post Book World, 27 April 1997 , 1-2.

Robert Irwin, Exquisite Corpse. Washington Post Book World, 4 May 1997 , 4.

Hunter S. Thompson, The Proud Highway. Washington Post Book World, 25 May 1997 , 5.

Elizabeth Hand. Glimmering. Washington Post Book World, 8 June 1997 , 7.

Gordon Bowker, Through the Dark Labyrinth: A Biography of Lawrence Durrell. Washington Post Book World, 20 July 1997 , 3-4.

Lucinda Ebersole, Death in Equality. Rain Taxi 2.3 (Fall 1997): 45.

R. M. Berry, Leonardo's Horse. Washington Post Book World, 4 January 1998 , 9.

Ivan Klíma, The Ultimate Intimacy. Washington Post Book World, 11 January 1998 , 8.

Martha Cooley, The Archivist. Washington Post Book World, 5 April 1998 , 1, 10.

Julián Ríos, Loves That Bind. Washington Post Book World, 24 May 1998 , 3, 14.

Carole Maso, Defiance . Rain Taxi 3.2 (Summer 1998): 9.

Richard Powers, Gain. Rain Taxi 3.2 (Summer 1998): 35.

Nathalie Blondel, Mary Butts: Scenes from the Life. Washington Post Book World, 12 July 1998 , 4.

Jan Bondeson, A Cabinet of Medical Curiosities. American Book Review [ ABR ], July-August 1998, 4, 9.

Jerome Klinkowitz, Keeping Literary Company, and Richard Elman, Namedropping. Washington Post Book World, 23 August 1998 , 4.

William H. Gass, Cartesian Sonata. Washington Post Book World, 20 September 1998 , 5.

Camden Joy, The Last Rock Star Book. Rain Taxi 3.4 (Winter 1998/99): 21.

Jeanette Winterson, The World and Other Places. Washington Post Book World, 21 March 1999 , 7.

Mary Butts, Ashe of Rings. ABR 20.4 (May-June 1999): 16.

David Foster Wallace, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men. Rain Taxi 4.2 (Summer 1999): 50.

Mary Caponegro, Five Doubts. ABR 20.5 (July-August 1999): 18.

Alice Fulton, Feeling as a Foreign Language. Rain Taxi 4.3 (Fall 1999): 43.

Marguerite Young, Harp Song for a Radical. Washington Post Book World, 26 September 1999 , 9.

Percival Everett, Glyph. Washington Post Book World, 28 November 1999 , 7.

Mark Z. Danielewski, House of Leaves. Washington Post Book World, 9 April 2000 , 3.

Lee Siegel, Love in a Dead Language. ABR 21.4 (May-June 2000): 17.

Richard Powers, Plowing the Dark. Washington Post Book World, 4 June 2000 , 6.

Joseph Heller, Portrait of an Artist, as an Old Man. Washington Post, 13 June 2000 , C1, C3.

Helen DeWitt, The Last Samurai. Washington Post Book World , 17 September 2000 , 4.

William T. Vollmann, The Royal Family. Rain Taxi 5.3 (Fall 2000): 8.

Anne Roiphe, To Rabbit, with Love and Squalor , and Denis Donoghue, Words Alone: The Poet T. S. Eliot. Washington Post Book World, 26 November 2000 , 8.

Raymond Queneau, Stories and Remarks. Rain Taxi 5.4 (Winter 2000-01): 39.

Michele Houellebecq, The Elementary Particles. Washington Post Book World, 21 January 2001 , 7.

Brad Leithauser, A Few Corrections. Washington Post Book World, 15 April 2001 , 3.

John Colapinto, About the Author. Washington Post Book World, 29 July 2001 , 3.

John Barth, Coming Soon!!! Washington Post Book World, 25 November 2001 , 6.

"The Beat Goes On" [new books on the Beats]. Rain Taxi 6.4 (Winter 2001/02): 18-19.

Anne Beattie, The Doctor's House. Washington Post Book World, 10 February 2002 , 6.

Richard Ford, A Multitude of Sins. Washington Post Book World, 17 March 2002 , 4.

Arno Schmidt, The School for Atheists. Rain Taxi 7.1 (Spring 2002): 10.

Stephen Dixon, I. Washington Post Book World, 26 May 2002 , 6.

"Layers of Slayage: Buffy as Text" [2 books on the TV show]. Rain Taxi 7.2 (Summer 2002): 24-25.

Frederick R. Karl, American Fictions, 1980-2000. American Book Review 24.1 (Nov./Dec. 2002): 17, 19.

Antonio Lobo Antunes, The Inquisitors' Manual. Washington Post Book World, 5 January 2003, 6.

Lee Siegel, Love and Other Games of Chance. Washington Post Book World, 2 February 2003 , 5.

Dame Darcy, Frightful Fairy Tales. Rain Taxi 8.1 (Spring 2003): 28.

Joseph McElroy. Actress in the House. Washington Post Book World, 13 April 2003 , 4.

Ezra Pound, Canti Postumi. Rain Taxi , Online Edition, Summer 2003.

Arno Schmidt, Radio Dialogs II. American Book Review 24.6 (Sept/Oct. 2003): 1, 5.

Jeffery Conway, Lynn Crosbie, and David Trinidad, Phoebe 2002: An Essay in Verse. Rain Taxi, Online Edition, Winter 2003-04.

William T. Vollmann, Rising Up and Rising Down. Washington Post Book World, 21 December 2003 , 13.

Donald Harington, With. Washington Post Book World, 11 April 2004 , 6.

[Two new translations of Gilgamesh. ] Washington Post Book World, 14 November 2004 , 6-7.

Yann Martel, The Facts Behind the Helsinki Roccamatios. Washington Post Book World, 12 December 2004 , 5.

Greg Boyd, The Nambuli Papers. Rain Taxi 9.4 (Winter 2004-05): 9.

Haruki Murakami, Kafka on the Shore. Washington Post Book World, 30 January 2005 , 6.

Charles Johnson, Dr. King's Refrigerator. Washington Post Book World, 20 February 2005 , 7.

William T. Vollmann, Europe Central and Expelled from Eden . Washington Post Book World, 17 April 2005 , 7.

Mark Z. Danielewski, Only Revolutions. Washington Post Book World, 22 October 2006 , 13.

Steve Tomasula, The Book of Portraiture. American Book Review 28.1 (November/December 2006): 16.

Thomas Pynchon, Against the Day. Washington Post Book World, 19 November 2006, 10.

James McCourt, Now Voyagers. Los Angles Times Book Review, 4 November 2007, R9.

Nicola Barker, Darkmans. Washington Post, 20 December 2007, C7.

Jonathan Baumbach, You, or The Invention of Memory. Los Angeles Times, 21 December 2007.

James Frey. Bright Shiny Morning. Washington Post, 14 May 2008, C1-2.

Mo Yan. Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out. Washington Post, 25 May 2008, 7.

Thomas Dumm, Loneliness As a Way of Life. Washington Post , 28 August 2008, C12.

Roberto Bolaño, 2666. Washington Post Book World, 23 November 2008, 7.

Tracy Daugherty, Hiding Man: A Biography of Donald Barthelme. Washington Post Book World, 8 February 2009, 6.

Tom Carson. Daisy Buchanan's Daughter. Washington Post, 27 July 2011, C4
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Caroline Preston. The Scrapbook of Frankie Pratt. Washington Post, 25 November 2011, C1-C2.

Robert E. Kohn. New Close Readings of The Crying of Lot 49. Style 46.1 (Summer 2012): 110-12.

Mark Z. Danielewski, The Fifty Year Sword. Washington Post, 26 October 2012.

Michael Gorra. Portrait of a Novel: Henry James and the Making of an American Masterpiece. Washington Post, 30 November 2012, C2.

Will Self. Umbrella. Washington Post, 1 January 2013, C2.

Updated October 2013