Published and Presented Works

“Stories of a Lynching: Accounts of John Carter, 1927” in Bullets and Fire: Lynching and Authority in Arkansas, 1840-1950, Guy Lancaster, Editor, University of Arkansas Press, 2017.


Coffee News®, Bangor, Maine
     “Local Guy Makes Good: From Winnipeg to the World, 2017.
     “Commitment Plus Connection Equal Success,” 2017.
     “Let’s Make a Deal: New Ideas on the Path to Success, 2017.
     “Bought for Peanuts: How a First-Grade Idea Launched an Entrepreneur, 2017.
     “Sincerity is Key: A Coffee News® Success Story, 2017.
     “Where She Wants to Be! 2016.
     “A Sense of Success: An Ontario Coffee News® Publisher Prepares to Expand, Again, 2016.


“The 1927 Project: A Conversation About Racial Violence” presented on WERU-FM Community Radio, Blue Hill, Maine, 4/15/2015, and at Orono High School-Middle School, Orono, Maine, 2/26/2015, supported by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Arkansas Humanities Council.


Bangor Daily News,  Bangor, Maine
     “10 Reasons the History of Lynching Matters in Maine,” 2/24/2015.
     “Chair hangings imply hanging-in-effigy of president,” 10/20/2012.


Arkansas Review: A Journal of Delta Studies, Department of English &  Philosophy, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, Arkansas
     American Lynching by Ashraf H.A. Rushdy, Vol. 45, Issue 3 (December 2014).
     A Death in the Delta: Uncovering a Mississippi Family Secret by Molly Walling, Vol. 44, Issue 2 (August 2013)

The Independent Scholar: The Newsletter of the  National Coalition of Independent Scholars
     The Speeches of Fannie Lou  Hamer: To Tell It Like It Is, by Maegan Parker Brooks and Davis W. Houck, eds., Vol. 26, No. 2 (May 2013).


Bangor Metro, Bangor, Maine
     “Accidental Entrepreneur,” Movers and Shakers, August 2014.
     “A Tireless Advocate,” Movers and Shakers, June/July 2014.
     “A Program with Promise,” Metro Health, June/July 2014.
     “Loyalty and Service,” Movers and Shakers, May 2014.


“A Gastronomic Home,” Arkansauce: The Journal of Arkansas Foodways, Issue 3, 2013, published by the Special Collections Department of the University of Arkansas Library, Fayetteville, Arkansas, 5/2013.


“Project 1927: The Lynching of John Carter presented at Mosaic Templars Cultural Center, and supported by a grant from the Arkansas Humanities Council. Little Rock, Arkansas, 2/15/2013.


“Whiter Than Snow: Southern Baptist Hymnody in the 1920s and a Lynching in Little Rock” presented at Without Sanctuary: A Conference on Lynching and the American SouthCenter for the Study of the New South. Charlotte, North Carolina, 10/2012.


America’s Black Holocaust Museum
     “John Carter: A Scapegoat for Anger,” 8/2012.
     “Inheriting Home: The Skeletons in Pa’s Closet,” 8/2012.


“Inheriting Home: Race, History, and Family Memory” presented at Identity • Memory • Testimony”- Maine Women Writers Collection/Maine Women’s Studies Consortium/New England Women’s Studies Association Spring Conference. Portland, Maine, 2012.


“There’s No Place Like Home” presented at PechaKucha Night, Bangor, Vol. 1. Bangor, Maine, 2011.


“ ‘Come Into My Heart’:  White Women, Race Relations, and Southern Baptists in 1920s Little Rock” presented at “Roads to Salvation” – Arkansas Historical Association Annual Meeting. Springdale, Arkansas, 2000.


“Stories of a Lynching: Reporting on a Mob and Its Victim, 1927,” Khronikos, Department of History, University of Maine, Orono.  Premier Issue, 2000.


“ ‘Brighten the Corner Where You Are’: White Southern Attitudes Toward Women in the 1920s, as Revealed in Baptist Hymns” presented at Department of History, University of Maine, Orono, Maine, 1999.


Creative Writing Workshop presented at Women’s Words, Maine Women’s Studies Conference, University of Maine at Augusta — Bangor Campus (formerly University College).  Bangor, Maine, 1996.


“A fond, but temporary, farewell to Bangor library,” Expression, The Weekly, Bangor, Maine, 9/28/96.


Maine Times, Portland, Maine
     “A book is still a book,” Back of the Book, 2/1/96
     “What I learned in campaign school,” Back of the Book, 12/15/95
     “Outing,” Back of the Book, 6/30/95
     “Wake up, this is history,” Back of the Book, 11/10/94


Inform:  Architecture, Design, The Arts, Virginia Society/American Institute of Architects, Richmond, Virginia
     “Young Architects,” Fall 1991
     “Air and Space Center Readies to Take Flight,” Fall 1991
     “Artmobile Spotlights the Process of Graphic Design,” March/April 1991
     “More Than Child’s Play,” January/February 1991


“Second careers/continuing education/volunteering for Richmonders over 50,” The Gold Book Directory, Media General Business Communications, Richmond, Virginia  March 1991


“ ’91 will be the best ad year ever!! (We’re lying.),” Virginia Business, Media General Business Communications, Richmond, Virginia, November 1990


“Seizing the Day,” Alumni Profile: Phyllis Marstiller, VCU Magazine, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, January/February 1991


“Unique and Hard-to-Find Christmas Gifts Always Popular,” Oh! Magazine, Richmond, Virginia, 12/20/90


Gallery:  Richmond’s Visual Arts Magazine, Richmond, Virginia
     “Preserving the Present: Ann Oppenhimer and the Folk Art Society of America,” July/August 1989
     “At Grandfather’s Knee: Folk Life Coordinator,” July/August 1989
     “First, Learn to Paint: Andras J. Bality,” May/June 1989
     “Off the Wall: Lynn Murphy,” January/February 1989
     “Nuts and Bolts: Arts Services Network,” November/December 1988
     “To Preserve and Protect: Taylor Dabney,” September/October 1988
     “Collecting’s Lighter Side: The Carrerases,” July/August 1988
     “A Reluctant Artist: Alex Dunton,” May/June 1988
     “Step by Step – The Intaglio Process: Nancy David,” March/April 1988
     “Recorded for Posterity: Historical Art,” January 1988
     “Artists show and tell in area schools: Artists-in-Education,” December 1987
     “Fear of Buying: Buying Art,” with Judith Snyderman, November 1987
     “Greig Leach: Artist Statement,” October 1987
     “Art finds new life at MCV Hospitals: New Art Spaces,” September 1987


Richmond Business Journal, American City Business Journals, Richmond, Virginia
     “Refugee resettlement agency eases transition to new life,” 9/28/87
     “All in the Family:  After 50 years, Marks family business prospers,” Modern Office, 9/7/87
     “Key players find commitment to United Way compelling,” 9/7/87
     “The United Way campaign:  It’s people who make it work,” 8/31/87
     “Literacy Council teaches independence,” 8/10/87
     “Growing by leaps and bounds:  Ballet whirls into 4th professional season,” After Five, 8/3/87
     “Hospitals get facelift:  Renovations help humanize health care,” Health Care, 8/3/87
     “Voice of the Future:  ‘Mailbox’ answer to answering machine,” Telecommunications, 7/20/87
     “ArtSource:  Consulting firm brings artists, environments together,” After Five, 7/6/87
     “Creativity:  The key is ideas and more ideas,” Printing and Graphics, 7/6/87
     “Business traveler guide only rates ‘one’ star,” Travel and Leisure, 6/15/87
     “Guidebooks give Richmond high profile,” Travel and Leisure, 6/15/87
     “The Valentine Museum:  Working to become the best urban history museum in America,” After Five, 6/1/87
     “Censorship:  Battles continue to rage in modern-day America,” Education, 5/18/87
     “The business of textbooks,” Education, 5/18/87
     “Insurance crunch forces municipalities to go solo,” Insurance, 5/4/87
     “Party Strategies:  Catering services the gamut of events from banquets to coffee breaks,” After Five, 5/4/87
     “Richmond-based foundation leads national disabled event,” 5/4/87
     “Back to Basics,” Real Estate, 4/20/87
     “Monica Lindsay:  new enthusiasm at Boys and Girls Club,” 4/20/87
     “Haute cuisine expands on Main St. sidewalks,” 4/13/87 
     “People turn to El-Amin,” After Five, 4/6/87
     “On-location:  Film office sets stage for movies,” Conventions, 4/6/87
     “WRFK:  citizen group fights to save fine arts radio station,” Media, 3/6/87
     “The Human/Computer Interface,” Computers, 3/2/87
     “Visions:  Abeloff to resurrect Tobacco Row,” 2/16/87
     “Children’s theater groups make learning fun,” 2/16/87
     “A pretty face is more than skin deep at Wilma’s,” Entrepreneur, 2/2/87
     “Trolleys ring some bells, push some buttons,” Transportation, 1/19/87
     “Paul Perrot: making the arts work for Virginia,” 1/19/87
     “Corporate awareness of business of art grows,” Forecast, 1/5/87
     “Sweet profits in food business,” Special Report, 12/1/86
     “Have the heart to give to the arts this holiday,” Inside Special, 11/17/86
     “Give sunshine:  Vacation will knock chill off winter,” Inside Special, 11/17/86
     “The Twelve Days of Christmas,” Inside Special, 11/17/86
     “Lists show how competitors stack up,” Researcher’s Notebook, 11/10/86
     “SCC monitors workings of insurance industry,” Special Report, 10/20/86
     “Our symphony reflects on city,” Researcher’s Notebook, 10/6/86
     “United Way targets small business workers, large donors,” 9/22/86

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