SELECTED RECENT PUBLICATIONS
A Vision (1937), Volume 14 of The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats, co-edited with Catherine Paul. Scribner and Macmillan (May 2015).
Yeats Annual, Vol. 19, special issue on Yeats’s Mask, ed. Margaret Mills Harper and Warwick Gould. Open Book Publishers, November 2013 (in e-book and print).
A Vision (1925), Volume 13 of The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats, co-edited with Catherine Paul. Scribner and Macmillan, 2008.
Wisdom of Two: The Spiritual and Literary Collaboration of George and W. B. Yeats. Oxford, 2006. (Honorable Mention, 2006 Robert Rhodes Prize for Books on Literature of the American Conference for Irish Studies)
Yeats’s “Vision” Papers, Volume 4, co-edited with George Mills Harper. Palgrave, 2001.
ARTICLES AND CHAPTERS
“as though nothing were happening—or rather, not happening”: Excess and Vacuity in The Little Girls.” Elizabeth Bowen: special issue. Co-edited by Anna Teekel and Tina O’Toole. Irish University Review 51.1 (May 2021): 100–13. https://www.euppublishing.com/doi/full/10.3366/iur.2021.0498
“Introduction to the Introductions: Wheels and Butterflies as Comedy.” Wheels and Butterflies: a special issue, International Yeats Studies 5.1 (2021). Co-edited with Alexandra Poulain. 1–9. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/iys/vol5/iss1/2
“Heaney and Yeats.” Seamus Heaney in Context. Ed. Geraldine Higgins. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2021. 84–93.
“Yeats’s Transgressive Dancers.” Dance and Modernism in Irish and German Literature and Culture: Connections in Motion. Ed. Sabine Egger, Catherine Foley, and Margaret Mills Harper. Lanham, MD: Lexington Book, 2019. 157–72.
“Elementals in Language: Heaney after 1998.” The Legacy of 1998: Northern Irish Politics, Culture and Art after the Good Friday Agreement. Ed. Jan Erik Mustad, David Herbert, and Charles Armstrong. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018. 189–206.
“The Problem of Crazy Jane.” Special issue: Women and Ageing in Irish Literature and Film. Ed. Margaret O’Neill and Michaela Schrage-Früh. Nordic Irish Studies 17.1 (2018): 13–29.
Appreciation for the cultural productions of Ireland and the American South led to my PhD dissertation and first book, The Aristocracy of Art, on the autobiographical fictions of James Joyce and Thomas Wolfe. A family involvement in the occult work of W. B. Yeats and an investment in feminisms led to my second book, Wisdom of Two, on the collaboration between Yeats and his wife George (Hyde Lees). As an editor, I have worked on scholarly editions of Yeats’s “Vision” Papers and the two versions of Yeats’s A Vision (1925 and 1937). I have particular interests also in contemporary poetry, the literature of the American South, women’s writing, and African American literature.