BIBLIOGRAPHY
RICHARD BRUCE NUGENT: PUBLISHED WORKS AND INTERVIEWS
‘‘‘. . . and More Gently Still’: A Myth.’’ Trend: A Quarterly of the Seven Arts 1 (June–July–
1932): 53–54.
Beyond Where the Stars Stood Still. New York: Warren Marr II, n.d. [1945]. Illustrated with d
by Richard Bruce Nugent. Reprinted, with the corrected title ‘‘Beyond Where the Sta
Still,’’ in Crisis 77 (December 1970): 405–8. One of the illustrations, ‘‘Carus,’’ is repr
in Kalaidjian, American Culture between the Wars, 93.
‘‘Cavalier’’ [Richard Bruce, pseud.]. In Caroling Dusk, edited by Countee Cullen, 205–6. Ne
Harper and Brothers, 1927.
‘‘The Dark Tower’’ [by Richard Bruce, pseud.]. Opportunity 5 (October 1927): 305–6.
‘‘An Interview with Bruce Nugent: Actor, Artist, Writer, Dancer.’’ By James V. Hatch. In Ar
Influences, edited by Camille Billops and James V. Hatch, 81–104. New York: Hatch
Collection, 1982.
Interview by Jean Blackwell Hutson. Videotape, 14 April 1982. Schomburg Center for Rese
Black Culture, New York City.
Interview by Jeff Kisseloff. In You Must Remember This: An Oral History of Manhattan from t
to World War II, edited by Jeff Kisseloff, 282–300. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
Interview by Jewelle L. Gomez. For Before Stonewall, produced by John Scagliotti, directed b
Schiller and Robert Rosenberg. Cinema Guild CG 102, 1986. 87 min. Videocasette. In
transcript, 17 April 1983. Photocopy. Collection of Thomas H. Wirth.
Interviews by Thomas H. Wirth. Tape recordings, 19 June 1983–5 September 1983. Collec
Thomas H. Wirth and Schomburg Center.
‘‘Lighting FIRE!! ’’ Insert in a facsimile edition of FIRE!! Metuchen, N.J.: FIRE!! Press, 19
‘‘Marshall’s: A Portrait.’’ Phylon 5 (Fourth Quarter 1944): 316–18.
‘‘My Love.’’ Palms 4 (October 1926): 20.
‘‘Narcissus.’’ Trend: A Quarterly of the Seven Arts 1 (January–February–March, 1933): 127.
‘‘The Now Discordant Song of Bells.’’ Wooster Review 9 (spring 1989): 34–42.
‘‘Pope Pius the Only.’’ Challenge 2 (spring 1937): 15–18.
‘‘Richard Bruce.’’ In Caroling Dusk, edited by Countee Cullen, 205–6. New York: Har
Brothers, 1927.
‘‘Sahdji.’’ In The New Negro, edited by Alain Locke, 113–14. New York: Albert and Charles Bon
Reprinted in Peplow and Davis, The New Negro Renaissance, 209–11.
‘‘Sahdji: An African Ballet’’ [Richard Bruce, pseud.]. In Plays of Negro Life: A Sourcebook o
American Drama, edited by Alain Locke and Montgomery Gregory, 387–400. New Yo
per and Brothers, 1927.
‘‘Scheme.’’ [Gary George, pseud.]. Challenge 1 (January 1936): 30–31.
‘‘Shadow’’ [Richard Bruce, pseud.]. In Opportunity 3 (October 1925): 296. Reprinted in
Caroling Dusk, 206–7, and in Pool and Bremen, Ik Zag Hoe Zwart Ik Was, 122–23.
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