Spring 2006 Writers' Festival
Percival Everett---Selected Bibliography
Percival Everett, an award winning novelist, fiction editor of Callaloo, and a professor of English at the University of Southern California, will read from his works as part of Agnes Scott Writers' Festival on March 30. In conjunction with the public reading, we have compiled a bibliography of selected resources by and about the prolific writer.
Photograph downloaded from http://interviews.fictionaddiction.net/percivaleverett.html 2/27/06
Selected Books by Percival Everett
American desert: a novel, New York: Hyperion, 2004. PS3555.V34 M9 2004 -Browsing - 1st Floor.
Cadillac flambe in Making Callaloo: 25 years of Black literature, 1976-2000/ Charles H. Rowell New York: St. Martin's Press, 2002. Available at DeKalb County Public Library or through Interlibrary Loan.
Cutting Lisa, New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1986. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Damned if I do: stories, Saint Paul, Minn. : Graywolf Press, 2004. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Erasure: a novel, Hanover: University Press of New England, c2001. PS3555.V34 E73 -Browsing - 1st Floor.
The fix in The best American short stories: selected from U.S. and Canadian magazines 2000/ E. L Doctorow & Katrina Kenison Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000.
For her dark skin, Seattle: Owl Creek Press, 1990. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Frenzy, Saint Paul: Graywolf Press, 1997. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
God's country: a novel, Boston: Faber and Faber, 1994. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Glyph: a novel, Saint Paul, Minn.: Graywolf Press, 1999. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
A History of the African-American people (proposed) by Strom Thurmond, as told to Percival Everett and James Kincaid, New York: Akashic Books, 2004. PS3555.V34 .H57- Browsing - 1st Floor.
Suder, New York : Viking Press, 1983. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Walk me to the distance, New York: Ticknor & Fields, 1985. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
The weather and women treat me fair: stories, Little Rock: August House, 1987. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Wounded: a novel, St. Paul, Minn.: Graywolf Press, 2005. PS3555.V34 W68-Browsing - 1st Floor.
Zulus, Sag Harbor, NY: Permanent Press, 1990. Available through Interlibrary Loan.
Bell, Madison Smartt. A Note on "God's Country." Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Everett, Percival. Afraid of the dark. Triquarterly, Evanston: Fall 2000 109
Everett, Percival. The appropriation of cultures. Callaloo, Winter96 19 (1)
Everett, Percival. A Stiffer Breeze (Short story). Callaloo, Summer2004 27 (3)
Everett, Percival.The last heat of summer. Ploughshares, Cambridge: Spring 2003 29 (1)
Everett, Percival. A modality. Symploke, Lincoln: 2004. 12 (1/2)
Handley, William R. Detecting the real fictions of history in "Watershed." Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Kincaid, James R. Percival Everett: American Writer/Aemrican Artist. Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Kincaid, James R. Collaborating with the sphinx: on Strom. Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Knight, Michael. My friend, Percival. Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Krauth, Leland. Undoing and Redoing the Western. Callaloo, Spring2005 28 (2)
Monaghan, Peter. Satiric inferno. Chronicle of Higher Education, 2/11/2005 51 (23)
Ramsey, William M. Knowing their place: three Black writers and the postmodern South. Southern Literary Journal, Spring2005 37 (2)
Russett, Margaret. Race under "Erasure": for Percival Everett, "a piece of fiction." Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Wolfreys, Julian. 'A self-referential density': "Glyph" and the 'Theory' Thing. Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Davis, Anita Price. American Desert. Magill Book Reviews; 08/01/2005
Fleming, Robert. Damned if I do. Black Issues Book Review, May/Jun2005 7 (3)
Hemesath, James B. Walk Me to the Distance (Book). Library Journal, 03/01/85 110 (4)
Julien, Claude. The fabulous destiny of Rosendo Y Mauricio, or between (good) sense and making sense. Callaloo, Baltimore: Spring 2005 28 (2)
Lichtig, Toby. Dead man walking. New Statesman; 4/18/2005, 134 (4736)
Lindsay, Tony. Erasure. Black Issues Book Review; Jan/Feb2003 4 (1)
Marcus, Greil. Invisible scam. Artforum, New York: Winter 2002 9 (4)
McCrea, Fiona. Frenzy. Callaloo, Spring2005 28 (2)
Santo, Philip. Erasure (Book Review). Library Journal, 8/1/2001 126 (13)
Stidham, Jenn B. Wounded. Library Journal, 7/1/2005 130 (12)
Strecker, Trey. Erasure (Book). Review of Contemporary Fiction, Summer2002 22 (2)
An Interview with Percival Everett. http://www.dartmouth.edu/~upne/features/EverettQ&A.html
Bolonik, Kera. Mules, men, and Barthes: Percival Everett talks with Bookforum. Artforum, New York: Oct/Nov. 2005 12 (3)
Kincaid, Jim. An Interview with Percival Everett. Callaloo, Spring2005, 28 (2)
Meet the writer http://www.usca.edu/aasc/everett.htm
Percival Everett- interview by Robert Birnbaum http://www.identitytheory.com/interviews/birnbaum105.html
Percival Everett http://authors.aalbc.com/percivaleverett.htm
Percival L. Everett. Erasure - Book Review by Bernard W. Bell http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2838/is_2-3_37/ai_110531707
Percival Everett, Novelist http://www.blueflowerarts.com/percival-everett.html