Publications Gone Wild

Publication List Used to be on Linked In

but that was the past

and now….

The Publications, 1973 until Right Now:

Short Fiction; Essays, Non-fiction and Poetry; Works for Young Readers; and Criticism and Reviews

Short Fiction

• “Interview Techniques,” in Zest Literary Review #5, It’s Complicated, January 2015
• “Fan Page,” in Outer Voices/Inner Lives: A Collection of LGBTQ Writers over 50, edited by Mark McNease and Stephen Dolainsky, MadeMark Publishing 2014
• “Everyone Should Be There,” ImageOutWrite, Volume Three, Personalpronouns, edited byBrad Craddock, ImageOut 2014
• “The Gentrification Archive of the Old Timer in the Tear-Down,” in Buried Letter Press, Oppression Issue, May/June 2014 http://issuu.com/buriedletterpress/docs/buried_letter_press_oppression_may_
• “Right After Gregory,” in Wilde Magazine, Issue Five, Winter 2014, March 19, 2014
• “The New,” in Hobo Pancakes, Issue #8, November , 2011 http://www.hobopancakes.com/2011/11/01/iambic-ixplosion-7/
• “Saviors,” in The View from Here, Issue # 28, October 2010
• “Jimmy’s Class,” in Imitation Fruit, Issue # 7, October 2010 http://www.imitationfruit.com/issue_7/jimmys_class/jimmys_class.html
• “Genesis Too,” in Hobo Pancakes, Issue # 3, August 2010 http://www.hobopancakes.com/articlsoffaith3.html
• “A Discriminating Eye,” in Ganymede, Issue # 7, Spring 2010
• “Lines,” in Charmed Lives: Gay Spirit in Storytelling, edited by Toby Johnson and Steve Berman. Maple Shade, New Jersey: Lethe Press, 2006
• “Encore,” in Daddy’s Boyz, edited by Jim Condron. Sarasota, Florida: STARbooks Press, 2006
• “Aftermath,” in Wet Nightmares, Wet Dreams, edited by Michael Huxley. Sarasota, Florida: STARbooks Press, 2005
• .“Not Needing, Needing,” in Frontiers Newsmagazine, January 2004, Vol. 22, Issue 19 (Winner of Frontiers Newsmagazine’s First Short Fiction Contest)
• “Playtime!,” in Bearotica, edited by Ron Suresha. Los Angeles, California: Alyson Books, 2002
• “A Girl and Her Dog,” in Stringtown, Issue 2, Summer 1999
• “A Matter of Four Pages,” in CONTRA/DICTION: New Queer Male Fiction, edited by Brett Josef Grubisic. Vancouver, B.C., Canada: Arsenal Pulp Press, 1998
• “Hot and Bothered,” in The James White Review, V. 15, No. 4, Issue 57, Fall 1998
• “The Fare,” in Mediphors, Fall/Winter, 1998, Issue 12
• “Friday, June 14, 4 p.m.,” in American Jones Building & Maintenance, Issue 2, Summer 1998, Missing Spoke Press
• “Colleen’s Orders,” in Stringtown, Issue 1, Spring 1998; reprinted in ProCreation, Vol.2, No. 1, Fall 1998
• “Bundle and the Wise Ones,” in Frontiers, V. 2, Fall 1997
• “Re-entry,” in spelunker flophouse, V. 1, No. 2, Summer 1997
• “Accepting Rides,” in The Next Parish Over: A Collection of Irish-American Writing. edited by Patricia Monaghan. Minneapolis: New Rivers Press, 1993
• “Two Beachheads,” in stet, No. 13, Spring/ Summer 1993
• “Liquid Prisoners,” in National Gay and Lesbian Reader, Summer 1993
• “Prime Location,” in Caliban, No. 6, Summer 1989
• “Your Ticket to the Land of a Thousand Dances,” in Caliban, No. 2, Summer 1987
• “Refrain,” in Ararat, Spring 1987
• “Ben’s Lead,” in Wiggansnatch, 21, August 1986
• “Advance over Sleepwalking,” in Wiggansnatch, 20, May 1986
• “Eye of the Beholder,” in On the Edge, No. 4, December 1985
• “Special Delivery,” in Wiggansnatch, 16, Sept/Oct 1985
• “A Power to Contend with,” in Fiction ‘84. Novato, California: Exile Press, 1984
• “Curves,” in Wiggansnatch, 12, December 1984
• “Sound Advice,” in Wiggansnatch, 11, October 1984
• “Table Setting,” in Seniority, May 1984
• “No Fault,” in Image, February 1984; reprinted in Wiggansnatch, 18, January 1986

Essays, Non-fiction and Poetry

• “Slippery, Fleeting,” presented at the It’s About Time Reading Series on Thursday, April 14, 2016, #318, curated by Peggy Strudivant
• “Encounter with Blankness: A Provocation,” presented at the It’s About Time Reading Series on Thursday, May 9, 2013, #283, curated by Peggy Strudivant
• “The Writer’s Craft: Master Guides on the Revision Trail (from First Steps and First Words Onward),” presented at the It’s About Time Reading Series on Thursday, October 14, 2004, #183, curated by Esther Helfgott, publshed on the Web site for It’s About Time Reading Series in October 2004: http://www.itsaboutimewriters.homestead.com
• “A Letter,” in Letters to J.D. Salinger, edited by Chris Kubica and Will Hochman. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 2002
• “All That Lies Between,” in American Jones Building & Maintenance, Issue 8, Summer 2000, Missing Spoke Press
• “Always Dance: Sex and Salvation in Isherwood’s Vedantism,” in The Isherwood Century: Essays on the Life and Work of Christopher Isherwood , edited by James Berg and Chris Freeman. Madison, Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin Press, 2000
• “Rhymes with Waiting,” in Boy Meets Boy, edited by Lawrence Schimel. New York: St.Martin’s Press, 1999
• “A House of Many Colors,” in When Love Lasts Forever: Male Couples Celebrate Commitment, edited by Merle Yost. Cleveland, Ohio: The Pilgrim Press, 1999
• “A World Open to Chance,” in The Book Group Book, Second Edition, edited by Ellen Slezak. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 1995 (reprinted in The Book Group Book, Third Edition, Chicago Review Press, 2000)
• “Craig,” in A Loving Testimony: Remembering Loved Ones Lost to AIDS, edited by Leslea Newman. Freedom, CA: The Crossing Press, 1995
• “The House that John Built,” in Ararat, Spring 1994
• “At Home and Abroad,” in The BadBoy Book of Erotic Poetry, edited by David Laurents. New York: BadBoy Books/ Masquerade, 1995
• “Moving in the Spirit of Frank O’Hara: POEM (I Went Straight from Reading CITY POET),” in NO EXIT, V. II, No. 1, Spring 1995
• “Exploring,” in stet, No. 15, Summer 1997
• “Opinions in Flux,” in “My Glass Is Cracked!” A Collection by Poets Whose Glasses Are Neither Half-Empty Nor Half-Full, selected by Candace Catlin Hall. Hartford, Connecticut: Andrew Mountain Press, 1998
• “What I Like,” in The Pegasus Review, May 1998
• “Frida in Detroit,” in Switched on Gutenberg, V. 3, No. 2, Fall/Winter 1998
• Served on juror panel for Seattle/King County Poetry Bus Project 1997

Work for Young Readers

• The Exploding Frog and Other Fables from Aesop. Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1981 Selected by Parents Choice Magazine as one of the best illustrated books in 1981
• “The Exploding Frog,” reprinted in Cricket Magazine, June 1982
• “The Unicorn Celebration,” in Cricket Magazine, May 1988 (reprinted in Cricket Magazine, November 2004)
• “Venus and the Cat,” in Cricket Magazine, November 1990
• “A Secret of the Andes,” in Cricket Magazine, September 1997 Awarded First Place, Children’s Picture Book, Pacific Northwest Writers Conference, Summer 1992
• “The Grab Bag,” in Spider Magazine, June 1998
• “A Command Performance for Uncle Charley,” in Letters to Our Children: Gay and Lesbian Adults Speak to the New Generation, edited by Larry Dane Brimner. New York: Franklin Watts, Inc., 1997

Criticism and Reviews

• Reviews and Criticism published in: Film Center of the Art Institute of Chicago publications, The Seattle Weekly, Lights, Pacific Northwest Magazine, Ararat, P-FORM: Performance Art Journal, Publishers Weekly, Puck and Shelf Awareness, from 1973 onward
• “Edouard Roditi,” biographical entry in the online encyclopedia http://www.glbtq.com, edited by Claude J. Summers, first published December 8, 2006
• “Alfred Redl,” biographical entry in the online encyclopedia http://www.glbtq.com, edited by Claude J. Summers, first published May 6, 2006
• “Chay Yew, biographical entry in the online encyclopedia http://www.glbtq.com, edited by Claude J. Summers, first published April 29, 2006
• “Sir Robert Helpmann,” biographical entry in the online encyclopedia http://www.glbtq.com, edited by Claude J. Summers, first published March 27, 2006.
• “David Diamond,” biographical entry in the online encyclopedia http://www.glbtq.com, edited by Claude J. Summers, first published March 22, 2006.
• “Craig Lucas,” biographical entry in The Queer Encyclopedia of Film and Television, edited by Claude J. Summers. San Francisco: Cleis Press, 2005.
• “Maurice Bejart,” “Erik Bruhn,” “Serge Lifar,” and “Rudi van Dantzig,” biographical entries in The Queer Encyclopedia of Music, Dance and Musical Theater, edited by Claude J. Summers. San Francisco: Cleis Press, 2004.
• “David Hockney,” biographical entry in The Queer Encyclopedia of the Visual Arts, edited by Claude J. Summers. San Francisco: Cleis Press, 2004.
• “The Writer’s Craft: Master Guides on the Revision Trail (from First Steps and First Words Onward),” presented at the It’s About Time Reading Series on Thursday, October 14, 2004, #183, curated by Esther Helfgott, publshed on the Web site for It’s About Time Reading Series in October 2004: http://www.itsaboutimewriters.homestead.com
• “Terrence McNally,” “Lanford Wilson,” and “Charles Henri Ford,’ biographcal entries in The Encyclopedia of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender History in America, edited by Marc Stein. New York: Scribner Reference (Gale Group), 2003

EDUCATION
• Massachusetts Institute of Technology, B.S.
• Johns Hopkins University, M.A.
• Harvard University, additional graduate studies

MEMBERSHIPS AND LISTINGS
Listed in: A Directory of American Poets and Fiction Writers
International Authors and Writers Who’s Who

Rev 04/24/2017

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About jbmcfar

Writer of short fiction, essays and criticism (but when it comes to YOU, not critical at all)
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