Publications

Recent Titles – related to Maid as Muse

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?: https://medium.com/@emurray6/why-have-there-been-no-great-women-artists-a1e9acc0eeed

Black Cake: Emily Dickinson’s Hidden Kitchen (Kitchen Sister’s Podcast & Blog): http://www.kitchensisters.org/2017/01/10/episode-62-black-cake-emily-dickinsons-hidden-kitchen

“What Would Emily Dickinson Do?” SheWrites Featured Blog December 10, 2012

“Josephine McIlvain Pollitt Pohl,” EDIS Bulletin, Vol 24, No 2 (November-December 2012):16-17, 27

Maid as Muse: How Servants Changed Emily Dickinson’s Life and Language, UPNE/UNH, 2010

“Architecture of the Unseen,” Companion to Emily Dickinson, Mary Loeffelholz & Martha Nell Smith, Blackwell Publishing, 2008: 11-36

Letter to the Editor, American Poetry Review, 35:2 (Mar/Apr 2006) 60-61 <http://www.aprweb.org/issue/marchapril-2006>

“A Yankee Poet’s Irish Headwaters” New Hibernia Review, 6:1 (Spring 2002) 9-17 <http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/new_hibernia_review/toc/nhr6.1.html>

The Encyclopedia of the Irish in America, ed. Michael Glazier, U of Notre Dame, 1999 (Margaret Maher) <http://www.jstor.org/pss/25154714>

Miss Margaret’s Emily Dickinson,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture & Society, 24:3, Spr 1999: 697-732 <http://www.jstor.org/action/showPublication?journalCode=signs>

An Emily Dickinson Encyclopedia, ed. Jane Eberwein, Westport CT: Greenwood, 1998 (ED’s funeral, Tom Kelley, Margaret Maher)

Promise: Land,” Five Fingers Review #17 (1998): 161-169

Art of Service, fine hand-sewn books written and made for the exhibition Language As Object: Emily Dickinson and Contemporary Art, The Mead Art Museum, Amherst College, 1997 (artists’ books)

Kitchen Table Poetics,” Titanic Operas: American Women Poets and Emily Dickinson, Dickinson Electronic Archives <http://www.emilydickinson.org/maher/index.htm> (1997 digital installation)

“My Stove and I,” The American Voice #39, 1996: 68-77

Kitchen Table Poetics,” The Emily Dickinson Journal, 5:2 (fall 1996): 285-296