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Biographical Sources:
  • "After the Fall." Newsweek 77 (22 March 1971): 69.
  • Applebome, Peter. "Willie Morris, 64, Writer on the Southern Experience." New York Times (3 August 1999): A13.
  • Bales, Jack. Conversations with Willie Morris. [Interviews and profiles.] Literary Conversations Series. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2000.
  • Bear, Perry. "Morris, Willie." In Contemporary Southern Writers," ed. Roger Matuz. Detroit: St. James Press, 1999, 270-72.
  • Bragg, Rick. "To a Beloved Native Son, A Mississippi Farewell." New York Times (6 August 1999): A10.
  • Brown, Fred, and Jeanne McDonald. "Willie Morris." In Growing Up Southern: How the South Shapes Its Writers. Greenville, S.C.: Blue Ridge Publishing, 1997, 251-75.
  • Carr, John. "Down Home: Willie Morris." [Interview]. In Kite-Flying and Other Irrational Acts: Conversations with Twelve Southern Writers. Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press, 1972, 96-119.
  • Carr, John. "Honkies, Editors, & Other Dirty Stories: Larry L. King." [Interview]. In Kite-Flying and Other Irrational Acts: Conversations with Twelve Southern Writers. Baton Rouge: Louisiana University Press, 1972, 120-48.
  • Clinton, Bill. "Eulogy." Time 154 (16 August 1999): 21.
  • Clinton, Bill. "Statement on the Death of Willie Morris." Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents 35 (9 August 1999): 1552.
  • Copp, Tara, and Robert L. Rogers. The Daily Texan: The First 100 Years. With a foreword by Willie Morris. Austin, Tex., Eakin Press, 1999.
  • "The Coup at Harper's." Newsweek 77 (15 March 1971): 64.
  • Ford, Richard. "Southern Manners." New York Times Magazine (2 January 2000): 45.
  • Frost, David. "The South Is a Split Infinitive Trying to Get Together: Willie Morris." [Interview]. In The Americans. New York: Stein and Day, 1970, 102-109.
  • "Hang-Up at Harper's." Time 97 (15 March 1971): 41.
  • Johnson, Rheta Grimsley. "A Very 'Happy Puppy' Writes in Jackson, Miss." Atlanta Journal-Constitution (2 April 1995): B1.
  • Jones, John Griffith. "Willie Morris." [Interview]. In Mississippi Writers Talking, vol. II. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1983, 74-118.
  • Kennedy, J. Michael. "It's a Dog's Life." Los Angeles Times (29 June 1995): E1, E5.
  • King, Larry L. "The Book on Willie Morris." Texas Monthly 29 (May 2001): 138-39, 170-72+.
  • King, Larry L. "Looking Back on the Crime, or Rememberin' Willie and Them." In The Old Man and Lesser Mortals. New York: Viking Press, 1974, 285-300.
  • King, Larry L. None but a Blockhead: On Being a Writer. New York: Viking, 1986.
  • Little, Stuart. "What Happened at Harper's." Saturday Review 54 (10 April 1971): 43-47, 56. See also response: Mailer, Norman. Letter to the editor. Saturday Review 54 (12 June 1971): 56.
  • Lott, Trent. "Willie Morris, Honoring the Life of a Great Southern Writer." Congressional Record. 106th Congress, 1st session (5 August 1999): S10214.
  • Mantell, Suzanne. "Writing Hollywood." Los Angeles Times Book Review (28 March 1999): 4.
  • Meacham, Jon. "Twilight South." Newsweek 134 (16 August 1999): 8.
  • Morris, Celia. Finding Celia's Place. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2000.
  • "Morris, Willie." In Current Biography Yearbook: 1976, ed. Charles Moritz. New York: H. W. Wilson Co., 1976, 271-74.
  • "Morris, Willie 1934-." In Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series, vol. 13, ed. Linda Metzger. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1984, 378-79. See also "Morris, Willie 1934-1999." In Contemporary Authors, vol. 183, ed. Scot Peacock. Detroit: Gale Group, 2000, 270.
  • "Morris Quits at Harper's; Cites 'Severe Disagreements.'" Publishers' Weekly 199 (15 March 1971): 51.
  • Moss, William. "Morris, Willie." In Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, ed. Charles Reagan Wilson and William Ferris. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1989, 967.
  • Parshall, Gerald. "The Yarn Spinner from Yazoo." U.S. News & World Report 115 (13 September 1993): 75-76.
  • Pickering, Charles W. "Tribute to Willie Morris." Congressional Record. 106th Congress, 1st session (5 August 1999): E1784.
  • Raper, Julius Rowan. "Willie Morris." In Contemporary Poets, Dramatists, Essayists, and Novelists of the South: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, ed. Robert Bain and Joseph M. Flora. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1994, 377-87.
  • Remembering Willie. [Collection of tributes.] Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2000.
  • Richardson, Thomas J. "Morris, Willie: 1934-." In Lives of Mississippi Authors, 1817-1967, ed. James B. Lloyd. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 1981, 344-46.
  • Shnayerson, Michael. "He'll Always Have Elaine's." Vanity Fair 56 (October 1993): 130, 132+.
  • Shows, Ronnie. "Willie Morris, Famed Mississippi Writer Passes Away." Congressional Record. 106th Congress, 1st session (3 August 1999): E1734.
  • Soriano, Csar G. "Gift of Sight Adds to Author's Legacy." USA Today (18 August 1999): D2.
  • "South Toward Home." Time 95 (1 June 1970): 77.
  • Watkins, Billy. "Mississippi's Favorite Writers." Jackson (Mississippi) Clarion-Ledger (14 June 1999): D1-2.
  • Watson, Bret. "Having Headed South Toward Home, Willie Morris Brings a New Book North." Avenue (N.Y.) 8 (December-January 1984): 136-40+.
  • Weeks, Linton. "Willie Morris, Heart of the South." Washington Post (4 August 1999): C1-C2.
  • "Willie Morris, 64, Dies; Was Renowned Writer." Washington Post (4 August 1999): B7.
  • Yellin, Emily. "The Balm of Reminiscence, Small-Town Southern Style." New York Times (15 May 2001): B2.

Selected Book Reviews and Criticism:

  • Adam, Anthony J. Review of The Ghosts of Medgar Evers. Library Journal 123 (15 February 1998): 144.
  • Andrews, William L. "In Search of a Common Identity: The Self and the South in Four Mississippi Autobiographies." Southern Review, n.s., 24 (Winter 1988): 47-64.
  • Anson, Brooke. Review of Good Old Boy. Library Journal 97 (15 January 1972): 290.
  • Atchity, Kenneth John. "Mississippi to Manhattan and Return." Review of Terrains of the Heart and Other Essays on Home. Los Angeles Times (13 November 1981): V26.
  • "Authors & Editors." Publishers' Weekly 192 (9 October 1967): 21-22.
  • "Authors & Editors." Publishers' Weekly 199 (14 June 1971): 15-16.
  • Avant, John Alfred. Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. Library Journal 98 (15 May 1973): 1601.
  • Beaufort, John. "On to 'the Big Cave.'" Review of North Toward Home. Christian Science Monitor (16 November 1967): 15.
  • Bernstein, Richard. "Recalling a Racial Killing and the Movie about It." Review of The Ghosts of Medgar Evers. New York Times (11 February 1998): B12.
  • Bobbitt, Joan. "Willie Morris." In Dictionary of Literary Biography Yearbook: 1980, ed. Karen L. Rood, Jean W. Ross, and Richard Ziegfeld. Detroit: Gale Research Co., 1981, 270-76.
  • Bolle, Sonja. Review of Good Old Boy and the Witch of Yazoo. Los Angeles Times Book Review (1 April 1990): 6.
  • "Books about the South." Review of Homecomings. Southern Living 25 (August 1990): 59.
  • "Books about the South." Review of My Cat Spit McGee. Southern Living 34 (November 1999): 124.
  • "Books about the South." Review of Taps. Southern Living 36 (June 2001): 46.
  • "Books about the South." Review of Terrains of the Heart and Other Essays on Home. Southern Living 16 (December 1981): 120.
  • Bradley, David. "Race and the Halfback." Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. New York Times Book Review (18 December 1983): 11, 18.
  • Brookhiser, Richard. "Metropolitan Diary." Review of New York Days. Commentary 96 (November 1993): 56-58.
  • Brown, Beth. Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. Journal of Black Studies 17 (June 1987): 511-13.
  • Caldwell, Gail. "Willie Morris' Southern Fire Is Still Burning." Review of Homecomings. Boston Globe (10 January 1990): 69.
  • Campbell, Julia. Review of The Ghosts of Medgar Evers. People Weekly 49 (23 February 1998): 40.
  • Carroll, J. Speed. "Bright Boy from Yazoo." Review of North Toward Home. New Republic 157 (18 November 1967): 32-34.
  • Carter III, Hodding. "There's a Snopes in Each of Us, But Will He Win Out?" Review of Yazoo. Washington Post Book World (4 July 1971): 3.
  • Carter, John M. Review of The South Today. Library Journal 90 (August 1965): 3302.
  • Conrads, David. "Portrayal of Small-Town Life Travels Familiar Ground." Review of Taps. Christian Science Monitor (5 April 2001): 21.
  • Corbett, Edward P. J. Review of North Toward Home. America 117 (9 December 1967): 720.
  • Craig, David Cobb. "Book of the Week." Review of My Cat Spit McGee. People Weekly 53 (24 January 2000): 45.
  • Crews, Harry. "A Pet Peeve: Morris Fumbles Recruiting Story." Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. Chicago Tribune Book World (20 November 1983): 35.
  • DeLapo, Josephine A. Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. Library Journal 108 (1 November 1983): 2095.
  • Devereaux, Elizabeth. "Willie Morris's New York Memoir." Review of New York Days. Publishers Weekly 240 (7 June 1993):18.
  • Donaldson, Scott. "A Memoir of 'Harper's' Heyday." Review of New York Days. USA Today (3 September 1993): D4.
  • Dunlap, Benjamin. Review of A Southern Album. New Republic 173 (13 December 1975): 27-28.
  • Eaton, Clement. Review of North Toward Home. Journal of Southern History 2 (May 1968): 333-34.
  • Eder, Richard. "Southern Elegy." Review of Taps. New York Times Book Review (22 April 2001): 23.
  • Elson, John. "Willie Boy Was Here." Review of New York Days. Time 142 (13 September 1993): 76.
  • Epstein, Joseph. "Most Likely to Succeed." Review of North Toward Home. Commentary 1 (January 1968): 74-77.
  • "Fiction." Review of Taps. Publishers Weekly 248 (26 February 2001): 55.
  • Flaherty, Joe. "Pleasant Memories." Review of James Jones. New York Times Book Review (17 December 1978): 14.
  • Freeman, Don. "A Tender Look at Dixie." Review of Always Stand in Against the Curve. San Diego Union-Tribune (22 January 1984): Books:1.
  • Fremont-Smith, Eliot. "A Sense of Self in Two Fine Books." Review of North Toward Home. New York Times (23 October 1967): 43.
  • Friedenberg, Edgar Z. "Boy's Life." Review of North Toward Home. New York Review of Books 9 (21 December 1967): 3-4.
  • Friedenberg, Edgar Z. "Southern Discomfort." Review of Yazoo. New York Review of Books 17 (2 September 1971): 7-8.
  • Fuller, Edmund. "Gadding about Washington with a Southern Lady." Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. Wall Street Journal (5 July 1973): 6.
  • Gaillard, Frye. "A Time to Remember." Review of New York Days. Progressive 58 (February 1994): 42-43.
  • Gamache, Ray. Review of After All, It's Only a Game. Aethlon: The Journal of Sports Literature 10 (Spring 1993): 143-44.
  • "Hardcovers in Brief." Review of Homecomings. Washington Post Book World (7 January 1990): 13.
  • Hardwick, Elizabeth. "'I Had Had My Pinnacle.'" Review of New York Days. New York Times Book Review (5 September 1993): 1, 13-15. See also responses: Lapham, Lewis. "Advertisements for Themselves: A Letter from Lewis Lapham." [Letter to the editor.] New York Times Book Review (24 October 1993): 3, 39; Morris, Willie. "The Battle Over 'New York Days.'" [Letter to the editor.] New York Times Book Review (19 December 1993): 31.
  • Harris, Ron. "Willie Morris Captures Faulkner Spirit." Review of Faulkner's Mississippi. Houston Post (30 December 1990): C5.
  • Hart, Jeffrey. "Books in Brief." Review of New York Days. National Review 45 (29 November 1993): 72, 76.
  • Haviland, Virginia. "Autobiography." Review of Good Old Boy. Horn Book 48 (February 1972): 60.
  • Hayes, Harold. "Yahoo from Yazoo Makes Good." Review of North Toward Home. Washington Post (15 October 1967): 3, 18.
  • Herman, Tom. "Of Integration, Yazoo-Style." Review of Yazoo. Wall Street Journal (1 July 1971): 10.
  • Hicks, Granville. "How to Succeed at an Early Age." Review of North Toward Home. Saturday Review 51 (13 January 1968): 77-78, 81.
  • Hoagland, Edward. "Down Memory Lane." Review of A Southern Album. New York Times Book Review (7 December 1975): 4.
  • Holditch, W. Kenneth. "Sentimental Journey." Review of Faulkner's Mississippi. New Orleans Times-Picayune (25 November 1990): E6-E7.
  • Holmes, William F. Review of Yazoo. Saturday Review 54 (5 June 1971): 31-33.
  • Hood, Orley. "Morris Gives Games Perspective." Review of After All, It's Only a Game. Jackson (Mississippi) Clarion-Ledger (30 October 1992): E1.
  • Hooper, Brad. Review of My Cat Spit McGee. Booklist 95 (August 1999): 1983.
  • Hooper, Brad. Review of My Dog Skip. Booklist 91 (15 March 1995): 1282.
  • Hooper, Brad. Review of My Mississippi. Booklist 97 (1 September 2000): 5.
  • Hooper, Brad. Review of Taps. Booklist 97 (15 February 2001): 1084-85.
  • Hurlburt, Tom S. Review of A Prayer for the Opening of the Little League Season. School Library Journal 41 (June 1995): 104.
  • Jones, Madison. "Journey from Yazoo." Review of North Toward Home. New York Times Book Review (22 October 1967): 5.
  • Kakutani, Michiko. "On Being Young, Hot and Literary in the 60's." Review of New York Days. New York Times (31 August 1993): C15.
  • Kemp, John R. "Mississippi Yearning." Review of My Mississippi. New Orleans Times-Picayune (10 December 2000): Books:6.
  • Krim. "Versions of Jones." Review of James Jones. Nation 227 (28 October 1978): 447-48.
  • Lambert, Pam. "Dixie-Style Football Follies." Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. Wall Street Journal (8 November 1983): 32.
  • Lardner, Susan. "Books." Review of North Toward Home. New Yorker 43 (3 February 1968): 106, 109-111.
  • Lardner, Susan. "Good Old Dichotomous Boy." Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. New Yorker 60 (5 March 1984): 136-139.
  • Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher. "Books of the Times." Review of James Jones. New York Times (15 November 1978): C27.
  • Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher. "The Irony of Southerners." Review of Yazoo. New York Times (24 May 1971): 29.
  • Leonard, John. "Tossing the Salad Days." Review of New York Days. Nation 257 (25 October 1993): 463-64, 466.
  • "Literature." Review of Always Stand in Against the Curve. Booklist 80 (15 March 1984): 1022-23.
  • Long, Robert Lee. "A Good Old Boy Goes Home." Mississippi 19 (May-June 2001): 79-84.
  • Luft, Kerry. "Eloquent Essays on Matters of Heart." Review of Homecomings. Chicago Tribune (25 December 1989): 5:3.
  • Magid, Nora L. "Willie & Barbara & Barbara & Willie." Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. Commonweal 99 (26 October 1973): 89-92.
  • Manning, Robert. "Heating Up Harper's." Review of New York Days. Columbia Journalism Review 32 (September/October 1993): 58-59, 61-62.
  • McCaig, Donald. "A Boy's Best Friend." Review of My Dog Skip. Washington Post (27 March 1995): D2.
  • McCall, Bruce. "Good Dog! Bad Dog!" Review of My Dog Skip. New York Times Book Review (9 April 1995): 11.
  • McCampbell, Marlene. "Picks & Pans: Pages." Review of My Dog Skip. People Weekly 43 (29 May 1995): 28.
  • McMurtry, Larry. "Wringing the Belle." Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. Washington Post Book World (17 June 1973): 3.
  • McPherson, William. "Rediscovery . . . Reconciliation." Review of Yazoo. Washington Post (6 July 1971): B1, B4.
  • Menand, Louis. "Willie's Version." Review of New York Days. New Yorker 69 (20 September 1993): 121-26.
  • Minzesheimer, Bob. "Taps Plays Lyrical Farewell to Morris." Review of Taps. USA Today (19 April 2001): D4.
  • Mitchell, Paul. "North Toward Home: The Quest for an Intellectual Home." Notes on Mississippi Writers 2 (1970): 105-109.
  • Morgenstern, Joe. "Black and White in Color." Review of The Ghosts of Medgar Evers. Wall Street Journal (2 February 1998): A20.
  • Naughton, Jim. "Children's Books: The Awkward Age." Review of Good Old Boy and the Witch of Yazoo. Washington Post Book World (5 November 1989): 21.
  • O'Briant, Don. "Morrises' Mississippi." Review of My Mississippi. Atlanta Journal-Constitution (3 December 2000): M2.
  • O'Connor, John J. "The Bookshelf: From a Southerner's Point of View." Review of North Toward Home. Wall Street Journal (2 November 1967): 18.
  • O'Connor, John J. Review of The South Today. America 113 (13 November 1965): 598-600.
  • Ott, Bill. "Quick-Bibs: New and Recent Books on a Timely Topic." Review of Always Stand in Against the Curve. American Libraries 15 (April 1984): 203.
  • Patrick, Ralph. "'Good Old Boy' Steals Characters, But Tale Is New." Review of Good Old Boy and the Witch of Yazoo. Atlanta Journal and Constitution (19 November 1989): L9.
  • Pearson, Michael. "'Homecomings' Opens Door to Willie Morris's Past." Review of Homecomings. Atlanta Journal and Constitution (11 February 1990): N9.
  • Petrakis, Harry Mark. "Going Home Again with Willie Morris: A Nostalgic Journey." Review of Terrains of the Heart and Other Essays on Home. Chicago Tribune Book World (1 November 1981): 3.
  • Porterfield, Christopher. "Such Good Friends." Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. Time 101 (4 June 1973): 92, 95.
  • Quinn, Judy. "More Morris." Publishers Weekly 246 (1 November 1999): 29.
  • Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. Atlantic 252 (December 1983): 116.
  • Review of The Ghosts of Medgar Evers. Publishers Weekly 245 (5 January 1998): 52-53.
  • Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. New Yorker 49 (2 June 1973): 123.
  • Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. New York Times Book Review (20 May 1973): 7.
  • Review of My Cat Spit McGee. Publishers Weekly 246 (11 October 1999): 64.
  • Review of A Prayer for the Opening of the Little League Season. Chicago Sun-Times (2 April 1995): 19.
  • Review of A Southern Album. Virginia Quarterly Review 52 (Spring 1976): 60.
  • Review of The South Today. Choice 2 (February 1966): 882.
  • Review of Terrains of the Heart and Other Essays on Home. New York Times Book Review (1 November 1981): 16.
  • Review of Yazoo. Atlantic 227 (June 1971): 101-102.
  • Reynolds, Susan Salter. "Discoveries." Review of My Cat Spit McGee. Los Angeles Times Book Review (7 November 1999): 15.
  • Reynolds, Susan Salter. Review of My Dog Skip. Los Angeles Times Book Review (4 February 1996): 10.
  • Rosen, Judith. "'Taps' for Willie Morris." Publishers Weekly 248 (2 April 2001): 19.
  • Rosengarten, Theodore. "A Death in Mississippi." Review of The Ghosts of Medgar Evers. New York Times Book Review (15 March 1998): 32.
  • Ross, Mitchell. Review of James Jones. New Republic 179 (25 November 1978): 37-38.
  • Rosta, Paul. "Title Page." Review of Always Stand in Against the Curve. Los Angeles Times Book Review (20 May 1984): 12.
  • S., R. A. "From Yazoo to the Cave." Review of North Toward Home. Newsweek 70 (6 November 1967): 96-98.
  • Salter, Sid. "Willie Morris Jostles Awake Memories of Small-Town Sports." Review of After All, It's Only a Game. Jackson (Mississippi) Clarion-Ledger (7 March 1993): G3.
  • Sanborn, Sara. "Scarlett Lives--in Washington." Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. Nation 217 (2 July 1973): 23-25.
  • Sayers, Valerie. "Southern Requiem." Review of Taps. Washington Post Book World (8 April 2001): 15.
  • Sheppard, R. Z. "Boy's Home Town Makes Good." Review of Yazoo. Nation 97 (10 May 1971): 93.
  • Shulevitz, Judith. "The Real Yoknapatawpha." Review of Faulkner's Mississippi. New York Times Book Review (17 March 1991): 22.
  • Smith, Andrew Brodie. Review of My Mississippi. Library Journal 125 (15 November 2000): 87.
  • Smothers, Bonnie. Review of The Ghosts of Medgar Evers. Booklist 94 (1 & 15 January 1998): 742.
  • Staggs, Sammy. Review of A Southern Album. Library Journal 100 (15 November 1975): 2160.
  • Stahel, Thomas H. Review of Good Old Boy. America 126 (25 March 1972): 324-25.
  • Summer, Bob. "Remembrances of Willie." Publishers Weekly 246 (16 August 1999): 30.
  • Sutherland, Zena. "Books for Young People." Review of Good Old Boy. Saturday Review 55 (22 April 1972): 86.
  • Swindle, Michael. "Literary N.Y.C. in the '60s." Review of New York Days. Los Angeles Times Book Review (5 September 1993): 4, 9.
  • Thatcher, Gary. "Deep South Paid Honor in Album." Review of A Southern Album. Christian Science Monitor (14 June 1976): 30.
  • Vosburgh, Mark. "Reflections on Childhood's Dog Days." Review of My Dog Skip. Chicago Tribune (12 June 1995): 5:4.
  • Wakefield, Dan. "A Time of Pain and Anger, Gentleness and Decency in Mississippi." Review of Yazoo. New York Times Book Review (16 May 1971): 42-43.
  • Wall, Chris. "True Story Too Good to Be True." Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. Los Angeles Times Book Review (20 November 1983): 17.
  • Wilson, Craig. "Willie Morris' Pet Project Evokes Mississippi Memories." Review of My Dog Skip. USA Today (20 April 1995): D4.
  • Wilson, Robert. Review of James Jones. Washington Post Book World (11 February 1979): 5.
  • Wolcott, James. "Remaking It." Review of New York Days. New Republic 209 (15 November 1993): 31-32, 34-36.
  • Wolff, Geoffrey. "You Can Go Home Again." Review of Yazoo. Newsweek 77 (10 May 1971): 110, 112.
  • Yardley, Jonathan. "Marcus Dupree and the Other Philadelphia Story." Review of The Courting of Marcus Dupree. Washington Post Book World (23 October 1983): 3, 8.
  • Yardley, Jonathan. "Small Tale: Learning to Love Cats." Review of My Cat Spit McGee. Washington Post (17 November 1999): C2.
  • Yardley, Jonathan. "Yen for Power." Review of The Last of the Southern Girls. New Republic 168 (19 May 1973): 28-29.
  • Yardley, Jonathan. "Young Man in a Hurry." Review of New York Days. Washington Post Book World. (5 September 1993): 3.

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