Bibliography

Books:

The Ballad of the Sad Cafe and Other Stories. Paperback. Bantam Books, 1990.

The Ballad of the Sad Cafe and Other Works. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1951.

Collected Stories Including The Member of the Wedding and The Ballad of the Sad Cafe. Paperback. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1987.

Clock Without Hands. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1961.

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1940.

Illumination and Night Glare: The Unfinished Autobigraphy of Carson McCullers. Carlos Dewes, ed. U of Wisconson P, 1999.

The Member of the Wedding. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1946.

The Member of the Wedding. Play. New York: New Directions, 1951.

The Mortgaged Heart. Ed Margarita Smith. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1971.

Reflections in a Golden Eye. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1941.

The Square Root of Wonderful. Play. New York: Houghton Mifflin, 1958.

Sweet as a Pickle and Clean as a Pig. Poems. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1964<span >.

Articles and Stories: Click links for text

“Art and Mr. Mahoney.” Mademoiselle, 28 (February 1949), 120, 184-86.

“Author’s Note.” New York Times Book Review, 66:24 (June 11, 1961), 4.

“The Ballad of the Sad Cafe.” Harper’s Bazaar, 77 (August 1943), 72-75, 140-61.

“Books I Remember.” Harper’s Bazaar, 75 (April 1941), 82, 122, 125.

“Brooklyn Is My Neighborhood.” Vogue, 97 (March 1941), 62-63, 138.

“A Child’s View of Christmas.” Redbook, (December 1961), 31-34, 99-100.

“Correspondence.” The New Yorker, 42 (February 7, 1942), 36-39.

“The Dark Brilliance of Edward Albee.” Harper’s Bazaar, January 1963, 98-99.

“The Devil’s Idlers,” a review of Commend the Devil by Howard Coxe.Saturday Review, 23 (March 15, 1941), 15.

“The Discovery of Christmas.” Mademoiselle, 38 (December 1953), 54-55, 118-20.

“A Domestic Dilemna.” New York Post Magazine Section, September 16, 1951, pp. 10ff.

“The Flowering Dream: Notes of Writing.” Esquire, 52 (December 1959), 162-64.

“The Haunted Boy.” Botteghe Oscure, 16 (1955), 264-78: Mademoiselle, 42 (November 1955), 134-35, 152,-59.

“Home for Christmas.” Mademoiselle, 30 (December 1949), 53, 129-32.

“A Hospital Christmas Eve.” McCalls, 95 (December 1967), 96-97.

“How I Began to Write.” Mademoiselle, 27 (September 1948), 256-57.

“Isak Dinesen: In Praise of Radience.” Saturday Review, 46 (March 16, 1963), 29, 83.

“The Jockey.” The New Yorker, 17 (August 23, 1941), 15-16.

“Loneliness, an American Malady.” This Week Magazine, New York Herald Tribune, December 19, 1949, 18-19.

“Look Homeward, Americans.” Vogue, 96 (December 1, 1940), 74-75.

“Love’s Not Time’s Fool” (signed by “A War Wife”). Mademoiselle, 16 (April 1943), 95, 166-68.

“Madame Zilensky and the King of Finland.” The New Yorker, 17 (December 20, 1941), 15-18.

“The March.” Redbook, 128 (March 1967), 69, 114-23.

“The Member of the Wedding.” (Part I), Harper’s Bazaar, 80 (January 1946), 94-96, 101, 128-38, 144-48.

“Mick.” Literary Cavalcade, 10 (February 1957), 16-22, 32.

“Night Watch Over Freedom.” Vogue, 97 (January 1, 1941), 29.

“A Note from the Author.” The Saturday Evening Post, September 28, 1963. 69.

“Our Heads Are Bowed.” Mademoiselle, 22 (November 1945), 131, 229.

“A Personal Preface.” to The Square Root of Wonderful. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1958. 7-10.

“The Pestle.” Botteghe Oscure, 11 (1953), 226-46; Mademoiselle, 37 (July 1953), 44-45, 114-18.

“Playwright Tells of Pangs.” Philadelphia Inquirer, October 13, 1957, 1, 5.

“Reflections in a Golden Eye.” Harper’s Bazaar. 74 (October-November 1940), 60-61, 131-43; 56, 120-39.

“The Russian Realists and Southern Literature.” Decision, 2 (July 1941), 15-19.

“The Sojourner.” Mademoiselle, 31 (May 1950), 90, 160-66.

“Sucker.” The Saturday Evening Post, September 28, 1963, 69-71.

“To Bear the Truth Alone.” Harper’s Bazaar, 94 (July 161), 42-43, 93-99.

“A Tree. A Rock. A Cloud.” Harper’s Bazaar, 76 (November 1942), 50, 96-99.

“The Vision Shared.” Theatre Arts, 34 (April 1950), 28-30.

“We Carried Our Banners – We Were Pacificst Too.” Vogue, 97 (July 15, 1941), 42-43.

“Who Has Seen The Wind?” Mademoiselle, 43 (September 1956), 156-57, 174-88.

“Wunderkind.” Story, 9 (December 1936), 61-73.

Poems
The Mortgaged Heart
When We are Lost
The Dual Angel: A Meditation on Origin and Choice
Stone is not Stone
Saraband