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Bibliography of the published works of Mary TallMountain

Compiled by Kitty Costello, Trustee of Mary TallMountain's Literary Estate

Revised 12/97

The bibliography includes a complete listing of TallMountain publications of:

Collections consisting of her writings;

Posters featuring her poems with related illustrations;

Anthologies in which her work is published (listed chronologically);

Magazines and periodicals in which her work is published (listed chronologically);

The Way of St. Francis, in which she was a regular columnist and contributor (listed chronologically);

Summary Listing of all works by title;

Poems by title;

Stories and Essays by title;

Reviews by TallMountain by title;

A Key to Abbreviations used in the summaries can be found at the end of the document.


Collections back to top

LISTEN TO THE NIGHT, Poems to the Animal Spirits of Mother Earth, SF Freedom Voices, 1995, Edited by Ben Clarke, Introduction by Kitty Costello, Illustrations by Inuit artist Kenojuak
A collection of over 40 poems with animal themes.

A QUICK BRUSH OF WINGS, SF: Freedom Voices/ Red Star, Black Rose, 1991
A collection of 23 poems and 3 chapters from Doyon

THE LIGHT ON THE TENT WALL, A BRIDGING, Los Angeles: UCLA Press, 1990
A collection of 52 poems.

MATRILINEAL CYCLE, Oakland, CA: Red Star Black Rose Printing, 1990 (Reprinted from Open Heart Press publication, 1988).
Poems: "The Figure in Clay", "Women in Old Parkas", "Grandmother's Dream", "Matmiya", "Where Banshee Wind Is", "The Light on the Tent Wall", "A Song for My Mother", "The Hands of Mary Joe", "Brother Wolverine", "My Wild Birds Flying".

THERE IS NO WORD FOR GOODBYE: POEMS BY MARY TALLMOUNTAIN, Oakland: Red Star Black Rose Printing, 1990 (Reprinted from Open Heart Press publication, 1988).
A collection of 19 poems.

CONTINUUM, Marvin, SD: Blue Cloud Quarterly, 1988.
Poems: "Chant to the Spirit", "Continuum", "Are", "Ashes Unto Eden", "Silence and Small Music", " Folks on the Line", "Is There Light Still Springing?", "In the Night Also", "Francesco: Il Poverello Il Troubadore", "Celebration at the Cross", "One Splendid Note", "Manna at Nazareth".

GREEN MARCH MOONS, Berkeley: New Seed Press, 1987
Story: "Green March Moons".

NINE POEMS, San Francisco: Friars Press, 1977.
A pamphlet including the poems "Birthing", "Smell of Rain", "I Send You Dulcimers", "Tissue Roses", "Out Where the Pavement Ends", "Girl Thinking of Striped Bass", "Somewhere Little Hawks", "Collage of Hours", "Or Green Tree Lizards".

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LISTEN TO THE NIGHT, Berkeley, CA: Heyday Books, 1990.
Poem: "Listen to the Night".

12 POSTERS and 1 FOLIO designed and printed by students in Susan Korey's Print Technology class at City College, San Francisco, 1982-1987.
Posters of poems: "Ts'eekkaayah", "The Women in Old Parkas", "Seahorse Music", "Nuliajuk, a Sequence", "O Dark Sister", "A Quick Brush of Wings" (7 versions).
Folio of poems: "Shadows of Aspens: Twelve Haiku and Four Tanka".

GOOD GREASE, NY: Strawberry Press, 1978.
A pamphlet including the poem "Good Grease".



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REINVENTING THE ENEMY'S LANGUAGE: CONTEMPORARY NATIVE WOMEN'S WRITINGS OF NORTH AMERICA, eds. Joy Harjo & Gloria Bird, NY: Norton, 1997.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

INTIMATE NATURE: THE BOND BETWEEN WOMEN AND ANIMALS, eds. Linda Hogan, Deena Metzger & Brenda Peterson, NY: Ballantine, 1997.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

POETIC MEDICINE: THE HEALING ART OF POEM-MAKING, ed. John Fox, Berkeley, CA: Putnam, 1997.
Poems: "My Familiar", "I Am All These" (excerpt).

NEW LITERATURE PROGRAM, Grade 7, Evanston, IL: McDougal Littell/Houghton Mifflin, 1997.
Poem: "There Is No Word for Goodbye".

SONGS OF THE TURTLE: AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE, 1974 - 1994, ed. Paula Gunn Allen, NY: Ballantine, 1996.
Stories: "Night of Indin Bilijohn", "Them Pore Men".

NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE, ed. Lawana Trout, NTC Publishing, 1997.
Poem: "Good Grease".

FIERCE WITH REALITY: AN ANTHOLOGY OF LITERATURE ON AGING, ed. Margaret Cruikshank, St. Cloud, NM: North Star Press, 1996.
Poem: "Matmiya".

THE LAST NEW LAND: STORIES OF ALASKA PAST AND PRESENT, ed. Wayne Mergler, Seattle" Alaska Northwest, 1996.
Poem: "Brother Wolverine".

FINDING WHAT YOU DIDN'T LOSE: EXPRESSING YOUR TRUTH AND CREATIVITY THROUGH POEM-MAKING, ed. John Fox, Berkeley, CA: Putnam, 1996.
Poem: "Prayerwheel for William".

LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE ARTS, Grade 7, ed. Edmund Farrell, Danvers, MA: Penobscot School Publishing, 1996.
Poem: "There Is No Word for Goodbye".

THE LANGUAGE OF LIFE, A FESTIVAL OF POETS, by Bill Moyers series, ed. Jim Haba, NY: Doubleday, 1995.
Interview: Edited version of 1989 interview by Bill Moyers.
Poems: "Indian Blood", "Matmiya", "The Hands of Mary Joe", "There Is No Word for Goodbye", "The Last Wolf".

FINDING AMERICA: THE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE IN MULTICULTURAL LITERTURE, ed. Patricia Osborn, NY: Amsco, 1995.
Story: "Snatched Away".

PRENTICE HALL MIDDLE GRADES LITERATURE, Grade 7, NY: Prentice Hall, 1996.
Poem: "There Is No Word for Goodbye".

LITERATURE: FICTION, POETRY, DRAMA, AND THE ESSAY by Joel Wingard, Glenview, IL: HarperCollins College Publishers, 1995.
Poem: "There Is No Word for Goodbye".

REFLECTIONS ON A GIFT OF WATERMELON PICKLE AND OTHER MODERN VERSE by Stephen Dunning and Edward Lueders, Glenview, IL: ScottForesman (HarperCollins), 1995.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE, ed, Gerald Visenor (part of LITERARY MOSAIC SERIES, gen. ed. Ismael Reed, Glenview, IL: HarperCollins College Publishers, 1994.
Poem: "There Is No Word for Goodbye".

WOMEN ON HUNTING, ed. Pam Houston, Ecco Press, 1994.
Poem: "Good Grease".

THE WOMAN THAT I AM: THE LITERATURE AND CULTURE OF CONTEMPORARY WOMEN OF COLOR, ed, D. Soyini Madison, NY: St. Martin's Press, 1994.
Poem: "Matmiya".

THE DEAN LIPTON MEMORIAL ANTHOLOGY, comp & ed, Kitty Costello & Leonard Irving, SF: Grow Like Weeds Press, 1993.
A short remembrance.

NAMED IN STONE AND SKY: AN ARIZONA ANTHOLOGY, ed. Gregory McNamee, University of Arizona Press, 1993.
Poem: "Phoenix Night Watch".

GODDESSES WE AIN'T : TENDERLOIN WOMEN WRITERS, ed. Lucy Bledsoe, SF: Freedom Voices, 1992.
Poem: "Songs for Seven Lovers (Old Motel; Silver Trumpets; Colloquy: World War II;
Reincarnate; Counterpoint; Marked Man; Lover's Rubiayat)."

BRAIDED LIVES: AN ANTHOLOGY OF MULTICULTURAL AMERICAN WRITING, St. Paul: Minnesota Humanities Commission, 1991.
Poems: "Good Grease", "Indian Blood".

CRIES OF THE SPIRIT: A CELEBRATION OF WOMEN'S SPIRITUALITY, ed. Marilyn Sewell, Boston: Beacon Press, 1991.
Poem: "Matmiya".

RAVEN TELLS STORIES: AN ANTHOLOGY OF ALASKA NATIVE WRITING, Greenfield, NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1991.
Poems: "Gaal Comes Upriver", "An Old Athabaskan Complaint Entitled Gisakk Come, He Go", "A Quick Brush of Wings", "Light on the Tent Wall", "Brother Wolverine", "Grandmother's Dream", "The Figure in Clay", "The Women in Old Parkas",
Story: Outflight

TALKING LEAVES; CONTEMPORARY NATIVE AMERICAN SHORT STORIES, ed. Craig Lesley, NY: Laurel (Dell), 1991.
Story: "Snatched Away" (Doyon excerpt).

AND A DEER'S EAR, EAGLE'S SONG AND BEAR'S GRACE: ANIMALS AND WOMEN, ed. Theresa Corrigan and Stephanie Hoppe, SF: Cleis Press, 1990.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

CIRCLE OF MOTION: ARIZONA ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE, ed. Kathleen Mullen Sands; Tempe, AZ: Arizona Historical Society, 1990.
Story: "The Wild Birds"
Poems: "Coyotes' Desert Lament", "Phoenix Nightwatch".

DANCING ON THE RIM OF THE WORLD: AN ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY NORTHWEST NATIVE AMERICAN WRITING, ed. Andrea Lerner, Tuscon: University of Arizona Press, 1990.
Untitled Poem (Last night you read poems), "Koyukons Heading Home", "Gaal Comes
Upriver", "The Spy's Nest".

SEASON OF DEAD WATER, ed. Helen Frost; Portland: Breitenbush Books, Inc, 1990
Poem: "An Accident".

POESIE AMERINDIENNE: LES CAHIERS DE POESIE RECONTRES, ed. & French translation Manuel Van Thienen, 1989.
Poem: "Il n'y a pas de mot pour dire adieu" [There Is No Word for Goodbye].

SPIDER WOMAN'S GRANDDAUGHTERS: TRADITIONAL TALES AND CONTEMPORARY WRITING BY NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN, ed. Paula Gunn Allen; Boston: Beacon Press, 1989,
Story: "The Disposal of Mary Joe's Children".

WITH A FLY'S EYE, WHALE'S WIT, AND WOMAN'S HEART: ANIMALS AND WOMEN, eds. Theresa Corrigan & Stephanie Hoppe; San Francisco: Cleis Press, 1989.
Essay: "Meditations on a Cat".

BOOKS WITHOUT BIAS: THROUGH INDIAN EYES, Berkeley: Oyate, 1988.
Poem: "Good Grease".

A GATHERING OF SPIRIT, Ithaca, NY: Firebrand Books, 1988 (Reprinted from Sinister Wisdom Press publication, 1984).
Story: "My Wild Birds Flying".

HARPER'S ANTHOLOGY OF 20TH CENTURY NATIVE AMERICAN POETRY, ed. Duane Niatum; San Francisco: Harper & Row, 1988.
Poems: "The Women in Old Parkas", "There Is No Word for Goodbye", "Matmiya", "Peeling Pippins".

HOME OF THE BRAVE by Stephanie Salter; San Francisco: Bay Area Women's Resource Center, 1988.
Includes 3 untitled haiku poems.

LIVING THE SPIRIT: A GAY AMERICAN INDIAN ANTHOLOGY, ed. Will Roscoe; NY: St. Martin's Press, 1988.
Poem: "Charlene Just Never Came Back".

I TELL YOU NOW: AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ESSAYS BY NATIVE AMERICAN WRITERS, eds. Brian Swann & Arnold Krupat; Lincoln: U of Nebraska Press, 1987.
Story: "You Can Go Home Again".

CONSPIRE: TO BREATHE TOGETHER, San Francisco: Fire in the Lake, 1985.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".
Story: "Voices in the Wind".

IN THE DREAMLIGHT, Port Townsend, WA: Copper Canyon Press, 1984.
Story: "The Sinh of Niguudzagha".

THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID: CONTEMPORARY POETRY & FICTION BY NATIVE AMERICAN WOMEN, ed. Rayna Green; Bloomington: Indiana U Press, 1984.
Poems: "Indian Blood", "The Last Wolf", "Crazy Dogholkoda", "Matmiya", "Ivory Dog for My Sister", "Good Grease", "Once the Striped Quagga", "Ts'eekkaayah".
Story: "Naaholooyah".

THE CLOUDS THREW THIS LIGHT, Santa Fe: Institute of American Indian Arts Press, 1983.
Poems: "Prayer Wheel for William", "Brother Wolverine", "Indian Blood".

EARTH POWER COMING: SHORT FICTION IN NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE, ed. Simon Ortiz; T'saile: Navajo Community College Press, 1983.
Story: "The Sinh of Niguudzagha".

HUNGER AND DREAMS, Fairbanks: Fireweed Press, 1983.
Poems: "The Hands of Mary Joe", "She's a Hawk!", "Soalt'in Tleeyaga", "There Is No Word for Goodbye".
Story: "Naaholooyah".

SONGS FROM THIS EARTH ON TURTLE'S BACK: CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN POETRY, ed. Joseph Bruchac; NY: Greenfield Review Press, 1983.
Poems: "Good Grease", "Indian Blood", "There Is No Word for Goodbye", "Ts'eekkaayah", "The Women in Old Parkas".

ACROSS THE GENERATIONS, Albany, CA: Across the Generations, 1982.
Story: "Doyon".

UMBRAL ANTHOLOGY OF SCIENCE FICTION POETRY, ed. Steve Rasnic Ten; Denver: Umbral Press, 1982.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

FROM SHADOWS EMERGING, San Francisco: Black Oyster Press, 1981.
Poems: "Cabin Woman in Spring", "At the Back of the Cave".

FROM THE CENTER: A FOLIO, NY: Strawberry Press, 1981.
Poem: "Good Grease".

WOMANBLOOD: PORTRAITS OF WOMEN IN POETRY AND PROSE, eds. Aline O'Brien, Chrys Rasmussen & Catherine Costello; San Francisco: Continuing Saga Press, 1981,
Poem: "The Figure in Clay".
Story: "Little Old Woman".

THE WORDS THAT REMAIN, SF: Hospitality House, 1978.
Poem: Exhortation to a Paiute.

THE REMEMBERED EARTH: AN ANTHOLOGY OF CONTEMPORARY NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE, ed. Geary Hobson; Albuquerque: Red Earth Press, 1979.
Poems: "Where Banshee Wind Is", "Soalt'in Tleeyaga", "Indian Blood", "The Last Wolf".

THE MIDNIGHT SUN: STORIES AND POEMS ON OLD AGE, San Francisco: Jungle Press Books, 1978.
Story: "Henrietta Plunkett"
Poems: "1976 Earth Time", "Anonymity"

Magazines and Periodicals back to top

STUDIES IN AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE, v. 9, #2, Summer 1997
Poem: "There Is No Word for Goodbye" (included as part of a "Tribute to Mary TallMountain" by Jeane Breinig).

STREET SPIRIT, v. 3, #1, January 1997
Poems: "The Last Wolf", "Raises His Subtle Song".
Excerpts from column Meditations for Wayfarers; "I wonder where the homeless are", "Somehow his human connections have failed him", "When the rain comes, we think of the homeless", "At dawn God reveals great tenderness".

STREET SPIRIT,
v.2, #12, December 1996.
Poem: "Listen to the Night".
Story: "Them Kinda Dogs".

NEWS FROM NATIVE CALIFORNIA,
v. 8, #3, Winter 1994-95.
Poem: "There Is No Word for Goodbye".

TENDER LEAVES, v. 9, #2, December 1994.
Poem: "Out Where the Pavement Ends".

PACIFIC VISION,
v. 7, #3 & 4, November 1994.
Poems: "Good Grease", "The Last Wolf", "Across Open Seas to Harbor".

JOURNAL OF ALASKA NATIVE ARTS,
IANA, Winter 1993.
Poems: "I Am All These", "There Is No Word for Goodbye".

UTOPIAN WORKER,
v. 1, #1, Winter 1992-93.
Poem: "Quick Brush of Wings".

THE JACARANDA REVIEW,
v. 4, #1-2, Winter/Spring 1992.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

WOMEN'S VOICES,
#115, Women's Support Network, Santa Rosa, CA, January 1992
Poems: "Gypsy Saraband", "Behind the Lights", "Five Cinquains for Camilla", "Murayama House Reflections", "A Trace, a Memory".

THE WITNESS,
December 1991.
Poem: "The Figure in Clay".

JOURNAL OF ALASKA NATIVE ARTS,
Fall 1991.
Poem: "Listen to the Night".

INTERNATIONAL WOLF,
Vol.1,#3, Brooklyn Center, MN, Fall 1991.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

TENDER LEAVES, Vol. 6, #1-2, June 1991.
Poem: "Raises His Subtle Song".

AT THE LOFT: COPPERFIELD'S BOOKS, v. 3 #5, May 1991.
"A Song for My Mother".

L.A. TIMES,
January 1991
Poem: "Petition for a Nuclear Freeze".

TENDER LEAVES, Vol. 5, #3, December, 1990.
Poems: "Montgomery Street Lunch", "Listen to the Night".

INDIAN YOUTH OF AMERICA, Vol. 4, #2, Summer 1990.
Story: "Naaholooyah".

CALAPOOYA COLLAGE 14, T.L. Ferte-Humanities, Monmouth, OR, August 1990.
Poem: "Untitled poem for PGA".

PACIFIC VISION, Vol.3, #2, May-June 1990.
Poem: "Listen to the Night".

TENDER LEAVES, Vol. 4, #3, Fall 1989.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

MINDPRINT REVIEW: FOCUSING ON TIME, Glenhill Productions, #8 -1988/89.
Poems: "A Song for My Mother", "Granddaughter in the Trees".

CAKE, Vol. 2, #1, San Francisco, 1988.
Poem: "I Laugh at Time".

THE WICAZO SA REVIEW: A JOURNAL OF INDIAN STUDIES, Vol. 4, #2, Cheney, WA, Fall 1988.
Poem: "Haiku".

ZYZZYVA, Vol. 4, #2, San Francisco, Summer 1988.
Story: "Snatched Away".

THE WOOSTER REVIEW, #8, College of Wooster (Ohio), Spring 1988.
Poems: "Gaal Comes Upriver", "Koyukons Heading Home", "Untitled Poem".

TENDER LEAVES, Tenderloin Reflection Center, Winter, 1988.
Story: "The Night of Indin Bilijon".

THE ANIMALS' AGENDA: THE ANIMALS RIGHTS MAGAZINE
, Vol. 8, #1, Jan-Feb 1988.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

TENDERLOIN TIMES, December 1987.
Poem: untitled (see "Giftbearers").

CALYX: A RETROSPECTIVE
, Corvallis, OR, 1987
Poem: "Birthing".

ANIMALS' AGENDA: THE ANIMAL RIGHTS MAGAZINE,
October 1987.
Poem: "Old Whaling Station".

MINDPRINT REVIEW; FOCUSING ON CAUSATION
, #7, Soulsbyville, CA Summer, 1987.
Poems: "The Last Wolf", "Hidden Creek at North Spur Junction".

NATIVE NEWS UPDATE: QUARTERLY NEWSLETTER OF ATLATL, Vol 3, #2, Summer 1987.
Poem: "The Light on the Tent Wall".

CALYX; WOMEN AND AGING
, Vol. 9, #2 & 3, Corvallis, OR, Winter 1986.
Poem: "Nuliajuk".
Review: Carobeth Laird's "Limbo".

ALASKA QUARTERLY REVIEW, SPECIAL ISSUE: ALASKA NATIVE WRITERS, STORY TELLERS AND ORATORS, Vol. 4, #3 & 4, U. of Alaska, Anchorage, Spring & Summer 1986.
Poems: "O Dark Sister", "Seahorse Music", "Nuliajuk".

CALYX: ART & LITERATURE
, Vol. 9, #1, Spring/Summer 1985.
Review: Paula Gunn Allen's "The Woman Who Owned the Shadows".

SINISTER WISDOM: A GATHERING OF SPIRIT, #22/23, Amherst, MA, 1983.
Story: My Wild Birds Flying: A Sequence.

TALKING LEAF, February, 1983.
Vignette: "Them Kinda Dogs".

STUDIES IN AMERICAN INDIAN LITERATURE, Vol. 7, #3, NY: Columbia U., Fall 1983.
Review: Paula Gunn Allen's "The One Who Skins Cats: An Inquiry into Spiritedness".

BISHINIK: A BULLETIN OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN SENIOR CENTER, Vol. 1, #6, San Francisco, February 1983.
Essay: "Kaltag Tales".

THE GREENFIELD REVIEW, Vol. 10, #1 & 2, NY, 1982.
Poem: "Ts'eekkaayah".

THE ALASKAN JOURNAL; HISTORY AND ARTS OF THE NORTH, Vol. 12, #2, Spring, 1982.
Story: "Naaholooyah".
Poem: "The Birches of Grayling".

CATS, Vol. 39, #10, October 1982.
Poem: "The Cat Who Must Dance with the Wind".

TUNDRA TIMES, January 27, 1982.
Poems: "Once the Stripped Quagga", "Petition for a Nuclear Freeze".

NORTHWARD JOURNAL, A QUARTERLY OF NORTHERN ARTS
, 29/30, Ontario, Canada: Penumbra Press, 1982.
Poems: "The Figure in Clay", "Old Whaling Station".

CATS, Vol. 38, #6, June 1981.
Poem: "Jungle Princess".

SUNBURY 9, Vol. 3, #3, NY, Fall 1980.
Story: "Little Old Woman".

SHANTIH; NATIVE AMERICAN ISSUE, Vol. 4, #2, NY, Summer/Fall, 1979.
Stories: "Clem's Journal", "Untitled" [Rage of Madeline].
Poems: "Crazy Dogholkoda", "Nigoodzaagha".

ECHOES FROM GOLD MOUNTAIN: AN ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNAL, Cal State Long Beach, Peace Press, 1978.
Poem: "A Song for Maruyama House".

"A" MAGAZINE, SPECIAL ISSUE: NATIVE WOMEN OF NEW MEXICO, Vol. 3, Fall 1978.
Poems: "The Last Wolf", "Marked Man".

CALYX: JOURNAL OF ART & LITERATURE BY WOMEN, Vol. 2, #3, February
1978.
Poems: "Indian Blood", "Doyon, Brother Wolverine", "Birthing".

TALKING LEAF, LA, 1977.
Story: "Hung Over: A Vignette".

POETRY NORTHWEST
, Vol. 18, #3, U of Washington, Autumn 1977.
Poem: "Grandmother's Dream".

MOUNTAIN VIEW DIGEST, Vol. 1, #2, 1977.
Essay: "A Letter to My Brother".

EAST WEST JOURNAL, 1977.
Poem: "Song for Murayama House".

NEBULA
, No. 3: PERSPECTIVES, North Bay, Ontario, Canada,1976.
Poems: "A Continuum - The Womb; The Ripples; The Seventh Sense".

NEBULA 4: NORTH, North Bay , Ontario, Canada, 1976.
Poem: "Good Grease".

NORTHERN LIGHT 3, U of Manitoba Press, Winnipeg, Canada, Winter, 1976.
Poem: "Old Whaling Station".

NORTHWEST PASSAGE, March 29, 1976.
Story: "Voices in the Wind".

NORTHWEST PASSAGE, February 2, 1976.
Poem: "The Song of Cheyenne Sam".

ENCORE, 1975.
Poem: "Ishi, Man of Dawn".

FRANCISCAN HERALD
, Vol. LIII, #`1, Chicago, January 1974.
Essay: "Letter to My Brother".

NORTHERN LIGHT 1, Winnipeg, Canada: U of Manitoba Press, Winter 1974.
Poem: "The Last Wolf".

HYPERION; A POETRY JOURNAL, Vol. 3, #3, Issue 10, Berkeley, Fall 1973.
Poem: "Lament for Richard Oakes".

CATS, 1973.
Poem: "Ghetto Cat".

NORTHWARD JOURNAL, A QUARTERLY OF NORTHERN ARTS,
29/30, Ontario, Canada, ND
Poems: "The Figure in Clay", "Old Whaling Station".

 

MEDITATIONS FOR WAYFARERS, a column by Mary TallMountain
Published in The Way of St. Francis, Friars Press, San Francisco
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September-October 1990, Vol. XLVI, #5 -- "Into the Burning Cloud".
March-April 1990, Vol. XLVI, #2 -- "The Cat and the Rainbow".
January-February 1990, Vol. XLVI, #1 -- "The Rising of Seagulls".
September-October 1989, Vol. XLV, #5 -- "The Eyes to See".
July-August 1989, Vol. XLV, #4 -- Untitled.
May-June 1989, Vol. XLV, #3 -- "Some Connections".
September-October 1988, Vol. XLIV #5 -- "The Sacred Runner and the Opus".
July-August 1988, Vol. XLIV #4 -- Untitled.
May-June 1988, Vol. XLIV #3 -- "Listen to the Children Singing".\
March-April 1988, Vol. XLIV #2 -- "Cosa in the City Streets".
January-February 1988, Vol. XLIV #1 -- "Earth's Place in the Opus".
November-December 1987, Vol. XLIII #6 -- "Warrior Aspects of the Opus".
September-October 1987, Vol. XLIII #5 -- "Cosa Embodied in the Opus".
July-August 1987, Vol. XLIII #4 -- "Cosa Sanctified in the Opus".
May-June 1987, Vol. XLIII #3 -- Untitled.


Poems, Stories and Articles Published in the Way of St. Francis

May-June 1990, Vol. XLVI #3
Story: "Them Pore Men".

September-October 1989, Vol. XLV #5
Story: "The Summer Pond".

July-August 1989, Vol. XLV #4
A series of poems by Mary TallMountain with photos by Charles Kennard, entitled "California Idylls": "The Guardians", "Pawprints at Point Reyes", "The Grinding Rock", "The Path".

May-June 1989, Vol. XLV #3
Story: "Street Scene".
Poem: "Granddaughter in the Trees".

September-October 1988, Vol. XLIV #5
Story: "Outflight".

July-August 1988, Vol. XLIV #4
Poem: "Gisakk Come, He Go.

January-February 1988, Vol. XLIV #1
Story: "The Rain in Spain".

January-February 1987, Vol. XLIII #1
Poem: "Peeling Pippins".
Review of The Prayer of Cosa by Cornelia Jessey.

March-April 1986, Vol. XLII #2
Story: "The Enabler".


November-December 1984, Vol. XL #6
Poem: "A Dream Holocaust".

September-October 1983, Vol. XXXIX #5
Story: "Indin Bilijon".

November 1982, Vol. XXXVIII #9
Poem: "Manna at Nazareth".

October 1982, Vol. XXXVIII #8
Poems: "One Splendid Note", "The Mating of Papillon".

June 1982, Vol. XXXVIII #5
Poem: "Once the Striped Quagga".
Story: "The Man at Sum Ling's".

May 1982, Vol. XXXVIII #4
Poem: "Petition for Nuclear Freeze".

March 1982, Vol. XXXVIII #2
Poem: "A Trace, A Memory".

March 1981, Vol. XXXVII #2
Story: "A Season of Grace".

October 1980, Vol. XXXVI #8
Poem: "Francesco: Il Poverello, Il Troubadore".

July-August 1980, Vol. XXXVI #6
Poem: "Jungle Princess".

January-February 1980, Vol. XXXVI #1
Poem: "Is There Light Still Springing".

September 1978, Vol. XXXIV #7
Poem: "The Penalty".

June 1977, Vol. XXXIII #5
Poems: "In the Night Also", "This Earthly Tent", "Lord the Word", "Lord the Poem", "Bruised Reed", "Forge From My Spirit a Warrior", "O Bird of Swift Delight", "Ultimate".

June 1974, Vol. XXX #5
Poem: "Canticle of the Body".

January-February 1974, Vol. XXX #1
Review of Prison Poems by Daniel Berrigan.

??, 1974.
Poem: "Alienated".

December 1973, Vol. XXIX #10
Poem: "The Visitor".


October 1973, Vol. XXIX 8
Poem: "Paean".

September 1973, Vol. XXIX #7
Poem: "Continuum II: The Womb; The Ripples; The Seventh Sense".

July-August 1973, Vol. XXIX #6
Poem: "Chant to the Spirit".

June 1973, Vol. XXIX #5
Review of Thomas Merton, Social Critic by James T. Baker.

March 1973, Vol. XXIX #2
Poem: "Continuum".
Review of Search for Silence by Elizabeth O'Connor.

July-August 1972, Vol. XXVIII #6
Poem: "Anonymity".

November 1971, Vol. XXVII #9
Poem: "Love Is a ---".

July-August 1971, Vol. XXVII #6
Poem: Untitled.

November 1970, Vol. XXVI #9
Poems: "Ashes Unto Eden", "Other Windows".

Summary listing of all works by title back to top

Published Poems by Title back to top

An Accident Season
Across Open Seas to Harbor Pacific
An Alarum, a Welsh Clogyrnach Haiku
Alaska Cinquains Haiku
Anonymity Midnight Sun; Way
Antiphon for Your Seasons, fo Becky, my Scots Irish Grandmother Haiku
Are Continuum
Ashes Unto Eden Continuum;Way
At the Back of the Cave UCLA; Shadows [see Letters from the Desert]
Behind the Lights Women's
The Birches at Grayling, Four Tanka Haiku; CCSF [The Birches of Grayling] AK Journal
Birthing 9 Poems; Florilegia; Calyx
Bright Shining UCLA; No Word
Brother Wolverine Listen; Last Land; Raven; UCLA; MC; Clouds; [see Doyon, Brother Wolverine]
Bruised Reed [see also In the Night Also] Way
Bug Battle Listen
Cabin Woman in Spring Shadows [see Letters from the Desert]
California Idylls: The Guardians, Pawprints at Point Reyes, The Grindin Rock, The Path Way
Canticle of the Body Way
The Cat Named Janis Joplin Listen
The Cat Who Must Dance with the Wind Listen;Cats
Celebration at the Cross Continuum
Chant to the Spirit Continuum; Way
Charleen Just Never Came Back FV; Living Spirit
City Haiku Haiku
Collage of Hours 9 Poems
Continuum I UCLA; Way
Continuum II: The Womb, The Ripples, The Seventh Sense UCLA; Nebula; Way
Continuum III UCLA
Coyote's Desert Lament Listen; UCLA; Circle of Motion
Coyote in the Mission (in response to the painting by Henry Fonseca, 1984) Listen
Crazy Dogholkoda [Crazy Dogholkkoda] UCLA; FV; She Said; Sinister; Shantih
Doyon, Brother Wolverine Calyx [see Brother Wolverine]
A Dream Holocaust Way
Drumbeats Somewhere Passing UCLA
Dutch Harbor Haiku, Aleutian Islands, Alaska Haiku
Fabliau for Herons Haiku
The Figure in Clay Raven; UCLA;Witness; No Word; MC; Womanblood; Northward
Fishwheels Listen
Five Cinquains for Camilla Haiku;Women's
Folks on the Line Continuum
Forge from My Spirit a Warrior Way [see In the Night Also]
Francesco: Il Poverello Il Troubadore Continuum; Way
Gallup Blues UCLA
Ggaal Comes Upriver Listen; Raven; UCLA; FV; Wooster
Girl Thinking of Striped Bass 9 Poems
Gisakk Come, He Go Raven; UCLA; FV; Way
Good Grease Native Lit; Hunting; UCLA; Braided; No Word; Books; She Said; Songs; Center; MT pub. Bishinik; Nebula
Granddaughter in the Trees Mindprint, Way
Grandmother's Dream Listen; Raven; UCLA; No Word; MC; Poetry NW
Gypsy Saraband Women's
Haiku [untitled] "shattered quonset huts" Wicazo
Haiku [3 untitled] "in every weather"; "it rolled down the street"; "there must be a place" Home
Haiku for Displaced Women Haiku
Haiku for Four Seasons Haiku
The Hands of Mary Joe Listen; Language; UCLA; [(for my mother, an Athabaskan Woman) No Word; Hunger
Heron Listen
Hidden Creek at Northspur Junction UCLA; Mindprint
I Am All These Didn't Lose; Listen; IANA;
I Laugh at Time Cake
I Send You Dulcimers 9 Poems
The Imprisoned Warriors No Word
In Freddie's Early Spring UCLA
In My Mother's Tent Listen
In the Night Also [single poem] Way
In the Night Also: An Octet, This Earthly Tent, Lord the Word, Lord the Poem, Bruised Reed, Forge from My Spirit a Warrior, O Bird of Swift Delight, Ultimate Continuum
Indian Blood Language; UCLA; Braided; No Word; She Said; Clouds; Songs; Remembered; Calyx
Is There Light Still Springing? Continuum; Way
The Ivory Dog Listen; UCLA; [Ivory Dog for My Sister] No Word; She Said
Jubilee Listen; No Word
Jungle Princess Listen; Cats; Way
Koyukons Heading Home UCLA; Wooster
Lament for Richard Oakes Hyperion
The Last Wolf Reinventing; Intimate; Street; Language; Listen; Reflections; Pacific; Jacaranda; Deer's Ear; UCLA; Wolf; No Word; Conspire; She Said; Umbral; Remembered; Animals'; Mindprint, "A"; Northern
Letters from the Desert (to Sister at Ocean): The Cabin Woman, From Red Mountain to Haystack, Skydreamer, Your Dream, The Ivory Dog, Faerie Ring, Cabin Women in Spring, At the Back of the Cave FV
The Light on the Tent Wall (for Mary Joe, my mother) Raven; UCLA; MC; Native
Light Upon the Chugach UCLA ; [Light Upon the Chugach Mountains] No Word
Listen to the Night Street; Listen; FV; Hey Day; Pacific Vision
Lord the Poem Way [see In the Night Also]
Lord the Word Way [see In the Night Also]
Lordly Among Ranunculus Listen
Love is a --- Way
Lover's Rubaiyat, for Nate, 1979 Haiku [see Songs for Seven Lovers]
Magpie Time Listen; UCLA
Manna at Nazareth Continuum; Way
Marked Man UCLA; "A" [see Songs for Seven Lovers]
The Mating of Papillon Listen;Way
Matmiya (for my grandmother) Fierce; Language; Woman; Cries; UCLA; No Word; MC; Harpers; She Said
Murayama House Reflections Women's [see Song for Maruyama House]
Music for Seahorses UCLA [see Seahorse Music]
Musical Chasm, a Somonka Haiky My Familiar Poetic; Listen; UCLA; FV
My Wild Birds Flying Listen; UCLA; No Word; MC; Sinister
Niguudzaagha Listen; UCLA [Negoodzeghe] FV [Nigoodzaagha] Shantih
1976 Earth Time Midnight
Nuliajuk, A Sequence Calyx; AK Quarterly; CCSF [see A Sequence for Nuliajuk]
O Bird of Swift Delight Way [see In the Night Also]
O Dark Sister Listen; UCLA; AK Quarterly; CCSF
Of a Wild Mustang Listen
Old Whaling Station Listen;
N o Word, Northwoard; Northern
Once the Striped Quagga Listen; UCLA; She Said; Way
One Splendid Note Continuum;Way
Or Green Tree Lizards Haiku; 9 Poems
Other Windows Way
Out of Distant Time UCLA; FV
Out Where the Pavement Ends TL; Listen; 9 Poems
Paean Way
Pawprints at Point Reyes Listen [see California Idylls]
Peeling Pippins FV; Harpers; Way
Pelicans Listen
The Penalty Way
Petition for a Nuclear Freeze UCLA; LA Times; Way
Phoenix Nighwatch Named; UCLA; Circle
Prayerwheel for William Didn't Lose
; Listen; UCLA; FV; No Word; Clouds
A Quick Brush of Wings Utopian; Raven; UCLA; FV; CCSF (7 versions)
Raises His Subtle Song Street; Listen; FV; TL
Schizophrenia UCLA
Seahorse Music Listen; AK Quarterly; CCSF [see Music for Seahorses]
Sequence for Nuliajuk UCLA [see Nuliajuk, A Sequence]
Shadows of Aspens: Twelve Haiku, Four Tanka CCSF
She's a Hawk! Listen; UCLA; FV; Hunger
Silence and Small Music Continuum
Small Mother Poems, for Agnes Haiku; [at Berry Camp] FV
Smell of Rain 9 Poems
Snowshoe Hare Listen
Soalt'in Tleeyaga UCLA; Hunger; Remembered
Somewhere Little Hawks Haiku; Listen; 9 Poems
A Song for Maruyama House Echoes [see Murayama House Reflections]
A Song for My Mother Listen; UCLA; MC; Mindprint
The Song of Cheyenne Sam NW Passage
Songs for Seven Lovers: Old Motel (for Benny, 1935), Silver Trumpets (for Dal, 1936), Colloquy: World War II (for Wayne, 1945), Reincarnate (for Miles, 1974). Counterpoint (for Reuel, 1976), Marked Man (for Lance, 1977), Lover's Rubiayat (for Nate, 1979) FV
Soogha Dancing (for my brother Bernie) UCLA; FV
Spider Listen
The Spy's Nest UCLA; FV
There Is No Word for Goodbye New Lit; Studies; Lit & Lang; Language; Prentice; Lit; Native Lit; News; IANA; UCLA; No Word; Harpers; Hunger; Songs; [Il n'y a pas de mot pour dir adieu] Poesie
This Earthly Tent Way [see In the Night Also]
Three Katauta Haiku
Through a Wineglass Darkly UCLA
Thumbprint on a Book of Poems (for Wendy Rose) UCLA
Tissue Roses 9 Poems
To a Young Warrior Woman UCLA; FV
To Climb the Tallest Mountain Haiku
A Trace, a Memory Women's; Way
Ts'eekkaayah (Spring Camp) UCLA; FV; She Said; Songs; Greenfield
Two Choka Haiku
Ultimate Way [see In the Night Also]
Untitled Poem (for P.G.A.) "Last night you read poems" Calapooya; Wooster
Untitled "The wind arises slowly" Way, July - August 1971
The Visitation of Negoodzeghe FV
The Visitor Way
Voices from Isla de Alcatraces Listen
Where Banshee Wind Is UCLA; No Word; MC; Remembered
Wine of the Full Moon UCLA
Winterlock UCLA
The Women in Old Parkas Raven; UCLA; Harpers; Songs; CCSF
Woodsman FV

Published Stories and Essays (by title) back to top

After Fifty Years (I Tell You Now, revised excerpt; Doyon excerpt) UCLA
Clem and the Breakup (Doyon excerpt) FV
Clem's Journal (Doyon excerpt) [see Doyon] Shantih
The Disposal of Mary Joe's Children (Doyon excerpt) Spider Woman
Doyon Across [see Clem's Journal]
The Enabler Way
Going Home (I Tell You Now, rev. excerpt) UCLA
Green March Moons MT pub. [see Little Old Woman]
Henrietta Plunkett Midnight
Indin Bilijon Way [see The Night of Indin Bilijon]
Kaltag Tales Bishinik
The Leaving (Doyon excerpt) UCLA
Letter to My Brother Mt. View; Franciscan
Little Old Woman Womanblood; Sunbury [see Green March Moons]
The Man at Sum Ling's Way
Meditations for Wayfarers [excerpts] Street
Meditation on a Cat Fly's Eye
My Wild Birds Flying (Doyon excerpt) Gathering; Sinister
Naahulooyah (Doyon excerpt) FV [Naaholooyah] She Said; Hunger; Youth, AK Journal
The Night Of Indin Bilijon Turtle; TL [see Indin Bilijon]
The Omens (Doyon excerpt) UCLA
Outflight, an Essay Raven; UCLA [Outflight] Way
The Potlatch (Doyon excerpt) UCLA
The Rain in Spain Way
The River Flowed (Doyon excerpt) UCLA
A Season of Grace Way
The Sinh of Niguudzagha Dreamlight; Earth Power
Snatched Away (Doyon excerpt) Finding; Talking Leaves; Zyzzyva
Street Scene Way
Summer Camp (Doyon excerpt) UCLA
The Summer Pond, A Short Story UCLA; Way
Them Kinda Dogs Street; Talking Leaf
Them Pore Men Turtle;Way
Untitled (Doyon excerpt) [The Rage of Madeline] Shantih
Voices in the Wind Conspire; NW Passage
Wild Birds (Doyon excerpt) FV; Circle
You Can Go Home Again: A Sequence I Tell You Now


Published Reviews of Other Writers by Mary TallMountain back to top

Paula Gunn Allen The One Who Skins Cats Studies
Paula Gunn Allen The Woman Who Owned the Shadows Calyx
James T. Baker Thomas Merton, Social Critic Way
Daniel Berrigan Prison Poems Way
Cornelia Jessey The Prayer of Cosa Way
Carobeth Laird Limbo Calyx
Elizabeth O'Connor Search for Silence Way



ABREVIATION KEY FOR TITLES OF PUBLICATIONS back to top
Across - Across the Generations
AK Journal - Alaskan Journal
AK Quarterly - Alaskan Quarterly
Animals' - Animals' Agenda
Books - Books Without Bias
Braided - Braided Lives
CCSF - Posters from Printing Technology Class, City College
Center - From the Center
Circle - Circle of Motion
Clouds - The Clouds Threw This Light
Cries - Cries of the Spirit
Deer's Ear - And a Deer's Ear, Eagle's Song and Bear's Grace
Didn't lose - Finding What You Didn't Lose
Echoes - Echoes from Gold Mountain
FV - (Freedom Voices) A Quick Brush of Wings
Fierce - Fierce with Reality
Finding - Finding America
Fly's Eye - With a Fly's Eye, Whale's Wit and Woman's Heart
Franciscan - Franciscan Herald
Gathering - Gathering of Spirit
Greenfield - The Greenfield Review
Haiku - Haiku and other Poetic Forms
Harpers - Harpers Anthology of 20th Century Native American Poetry
Home - Home of the Brave
Hunger - Hunger and Dreams
Hunting - Women on Hunting
IANA - Journal of Alaska Native Arts
Intimate - Intimate Nature
Jacaranda - Jacaranda ReviewLanguage - Language of Life
Language - Language of Life
Last Land - Last New Land
Listen - Listen to the Night
Lit - Literature: Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and the Essay
Lit & Lang - Literature and Language Arts, Grade 7
Living Spirit - Living the Spirit
MC - Matrilineal Cycle
Midnight - Midnight Sun
Mt. View - Mountasin View Digest
Muni - Muni Poster
NW Passage - Northwest Passage
Named - Named in Stone and Sky
Native - Native Arts Update
Native Lit - Native American LIterature
New Lit - New Literature Program, Grade 7
News - News from Native California
No Word - There Is No Word for Goodbye
Northern - Northern Light
Pacific - Pacific Vision
Poesie - Poesie Amerindienne
Poetic - Poetic Medicine
Prentice - Prentice Hall Middle Grades Literature, Grade 7
Quick - Quick Brush of Wings
Raven - Raven Tells Stories
Reflections - Reflectrions on a Watermelon Pickle
Reinventing - Reinventing the Enemy's Language
Remembered - Remembered Earth
Season - Season of Dead Water
Shadows - From Shadows Emerging
She Said - That's What She Said
Sinister - Sinister Wisdom
Songs - Songs from This Earth on Turtle's Back
Spider Woman - Spider Woman's Granddaughters
Street - Street Spirit
Studies - Studies in American Indian Literature
Turtle - Songs of the Turtle
TL - Tender Leaves
UCLA - Light on the Tent Wall
Uttopian - Utopian Worker
Woman - Woman That I Am
Women's - Women's Voices
Wolf - International Wolf
Wooster - The Wooster Review
Youth - Indian Youth

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