Fictions of Freemasonry: Freemasonry and the German Novel.  Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1991.

Ponavljanja (Repetitions: Travels in a Novel(ist)’s Landscape).  With Zarko Radakovic.  Belgrade: Vreme-knjige, 1994.

—Repetitions. With Zarko Radakovic. Brooklyn: Punctum Books, 2013.

Vampiri + Razumni recnik (Vampires + A Reasonable Dictionary). With Zarko Radakovic. Belgrade: Stubovi kulture, 2008.

—Vampires & A Reasonable Dictionary. With Zarko Radakovic. Brooklyn: Punctum Books, 2014.

Wild Rides, Wildflowers: Philosophy and Botany with Bikes. With Sam Rushforth. Torrey, Utah: Torrey House Press, 2014. 

Immortal For Quite Some Time: Fraternal Meditations. University of Utah Press, Fall 2016.

The Perfect Fence: Untangling the Meanings of Barbed Wire. With Lyn Bennett. Texas A&M University Press, Fall 2017.

Dwelling in the Promised Land as a Stranger: Personal Encounters with Mormon Institutions. By Common Consent Press, Spring 2022.

We: On Friendship. With Zarko Radakovic. Belgrade: Laguna Press, Spring 2022. Salt Lake City: Elik Press, Spring 2022.


Alexander Makowsky’s January 1865 Lecture “On Darwin’s Theory of Organic Creation”: An English Translation with Commentary (with Daniel Fairbanks). Folia Mendeliana 55/1 2019: 5-15.

Gregor Mendel’s “Experiments with Plant Hybrids.” A Darwinian Translation (with Daniel Fairbanks). Genetics, October, 2015.

Peter Handke: Schriftsteller, Writer, Écrivan. Documentary Film by Corinna Belz. Zero One Films: Berlin, 2016.

Peter Handke’s To Duration, A Poem. Amsterdam: Cannon Magazine/The Last Books, 2015.

Zarko Radakovic’s “The Landscapes Through Which We Traveled. For Peter Handke on His 70th Birthday.” Open Letters Monthly, 6 December 2012.

Peter Handke’s Voyage by Dugout or The Play of the Film of the War. PAJ Publications. Boston: MIT Press (May 2012), 61-99.

 The German Army and Genocide: Crimes Against War Prisoners, Jews, and Other Civilians, 1939-1944. Ed. by the Hamburg Institute for Social Research. New York: The New Press, 1999.

Five stories from Peter Handke’s Once Again for Thucydides. Conjunctions (Web site of the literary journal) Fall 1998.

Peter Handke’s A Journey to the Rivers or Justice for Serbia.  New York: Viking, December 1996.


Various Atmospheres, a book of poetry by A.F. Caldiero, ed. Scott Abbott.  Salt Lake City: Signature Press, 1998.


“A Slow, Inquiring Narration: Peter Handke’s The Moravian Night.” Open Letters Monthly (December 2016).

“As I Lay Dying: Enclave as Metaphor.” In Dislocation and Reconciliation in Kosovo: Essays on Goran Radovanović’s Film Enclave. Belgrade (2016), 52-59.

“Storm Still. Klartext and Poesie in Peter Handke’s “Immer noch Sturm.” Originalbeitrag Handke Online. Austrian National Library. 2 September 2015.

“Barbed and Dangerous: Constructing the Meaning of Barbed Wire in Nineteenth-Century America.” With Lyn Bennett. Agriculture History. Fall 2014.

“Literary Barbed Wire: Reifying the Metaphor in Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, O’Conner’s Wise Blood, Brian Evenson’s “Contagion,” and Jeff Mann’s “The History of Barbed Wire.” With Lyn Bennett.  The Steinbeck Review, Spring 2013.

“Forms of Identity: Stations of the Cross in Peter Handke’s Die linkshändige Frau.” Originalbeitrag HandkeOnline (26.6.2013). 

“’Andre Umstände’: Erection as Self Assertion in Kleist’s ‘Die Marquise von O. . . .” In Heinrich von Kleist: Style and Concept. Ed. Dieter Sevin and Christoph Zeller. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter Verlag (2013), 101-112.

“An Essay on Peter Handke’s ‘Play of the Film of the War.’” PAJ Publications. Boston: MIT Press (May 2012), 56-60.

“Peter Handke’s Die moravische Nacht: Erzählung.” Work entry in the Literary Encyclopedia. 2008.

“’That sweet And so on’: Peter Handke’s Yugoslavia Work.” In the Companion to the Works of Peter Handke, Camden House, 2005 (359-386).

“The Rhetoric of War and Peace: Peter Handke’s Unter Tränen fragend.” In World Literature Today, Winter 2001 (78-81).

“Peter Handke.” Author entry in the Encyclopedia of German Literature. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000 (403-406).

“Wunschloses Unglück.” Work entry for the Encyclopedia of German Literature. Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000 (407-408).

“Modeling a Dialectic: Peter Handke’s A Journey to the Rivers or Justice for Serbia.” In Willy Riemer, ed., After Postmodernism: Austrian Literature and Film in Transition. Riverside, CA: Ariadne, 2000 (340-352).

“The Reader Takes a Hike.” In Noch einmal für Jugoslawien: Peter Handke. Ed. by Thomas Deichmann. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp Verlag, 1999 (259-261).

“Postmetaphysical Metaphysics? Peter Handke’s Repetition.” Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1997, 222-233.

“Izmebu Dva Jezika: Zarko Radakovic i Peter Handke (Between Two Languages: Zarko Radakovic and Peter Handke).”  LETOPIS: MATITSE SRPSKE (CHRONICLE: SERBIAN ANNALS, Novi Sad) July-August, 1995, 164-170.

“’The Material Idea of a Volk‘: Peter Handke’s Dialectical Search for a National Identity.” Amsterdam: Amsterdamer Beiträge zur neueren Germanistik, 1995, 479-494.

“Five Documents Relating to the Final Illness and Death of Ignaz Semmelweis.”  With K. Codell Carter and James L. Siebach.  Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 69 (1995): 255-270.

“Standing Stones and Stanzas: ‘The Twelve Stones of Pentre Ifan.’”  An Open World: Essays on Leslie Norris. Ed. by Eugene England and Peter Makuck.  Columbia, S.C.: Camden House, 1994, 78-86.

“Peter Handke.” Dictionary of Literary Biography, Twentieth-Century German Dramatists, 1919-1992, v.124.  Ed. by Wolfgang D. Elfe and James Hardin.  Detroit: Gale Research, 1992, 176-187.

“The Semiotics of Young Werther.”  Goethe Yearbook, 6 (1992): 41-65. Reprint forthcoming: Nineteenth Century Literary Criticism – Goethe’s “The Sorrows of Young Werther,” Gale/Cengage Learning.

“’Des Dastehns großer Anfangsbuchstab’: Standing and Being in Rilke’s Fifth Elegy.”  The German Quarterly, 60 (Summer 1987): 432‑446.

Wunschloses Unglück in an American Context.”  Knjizevna kritika (Literary Criticism, Belgrade), 18 (January‑February 1986): 86‑91.  Tr. by M. Radakovic.

“’Des Maurers Wandeln / Es gleicht dem Leben’: The Freemasonic Ritual Route in Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre.”  Deutsche Vierteljahrsschrift, 58 (June 1984): 262‑288.

“The Raw and the Cooked: Claude Lévi‑Strauss and Günter Grass.” In Günter Grass’s ‘The Flounder’ in Critical Perspective.  Ed. Siegfried Mews.  New York: AMS Press, 1983, 107‑121.

“Günter Grass’ Hundejahre: A Realistic Novel about Myth.”  The German Quarterly, 55 (March 1982): 212‑220. Reprinted in: Critical Essays on Günter Grass.  Ed. Patrick O’Neill.  Boston: G.D. Hall. 1987.

Der Zauberberg and the German Romantic Novel.”  The Germanic Review, 55 (Fall 1980): 139‑145.

“The Artist as Figurative Jesus in Buddenbrooks.” Perspective: Journal of Critical Inquiry, College of Humanities, Brigham Young University, (Winter 1976): 85‑94.


“Fire on the Mountain.” saltfront, Fall 2019 (77-89).

“Alex Caldiero Is an Idiot: Performing the Chapbook.” 15 Bytes: Utah’s Art Magazine. May 2018.

“The Afternoon on the Sava.” RIC / red in corner. April 2018.

“Walking the Body-Mind.” saltfront, Spring 2017 (66-72).

“The Motion of Form, the Form of Motion: Rainer Splitt’s Farbgüsse / Colorpours.Pourings (Otterndorf, Germany: Museum gegenstandsfreier Kunst, 2016. (Catalogue for Splitt’s one-man show.)

“Moving at the Speed of Love: Alex Caldiero’s Some Love. Open Letters Monthly, September1, 2015.

“Cassata: Am Anfang Waren die Formen.” Catalogue essay (with Zarko Radakovic) for Nina Pops exhibition “Cassata.” Leverkusen, Germany. 2015.

“Our Feet Are the Same.” Saltfront (Salt Lake City, Winter 2015): 64-75.

“Double Consciousness: Two New Books by David Albahari.” Open Letters Monthly, December 2014.

“Immortal For Quite Some Time” (Home Again). Dialogue, A Journal of Mormon Thought, 46 (Spring 2013): 140-150.

“Buchstäblich / Literally: Recent Work by Nina Pops. Essay for the November 2012 exhibition “Querschnitt” at the Kulturbunker, Cologne, Germany.

“Brian Evenson’s Affliction Fiction.” Open Letters Monthly, May 1, 2012.

“Fixing the Sonosopher.” Essay on the film The Sonosopher. DVD booklet. Salt Lake City: Dream Garden Press, 2012, 1-6.

“The Other Side of the Limit: Sculptural Works by Frank McEntire.” The Destructible Object and Other Essays. Salt Lake City: DirtDevil Press, 2011, 8-15.

“Immortal For Quite Some Time” (Part 2). Dialogue, A Journal of Mormon Thought (Fall 2011), 121-137.

“Immortal For Quite Some Time” (Part 1). Dialogue, A Journal of Mormon Thought (Spring 2011), 105-114.

Dreamland: The Way Out of Juarez – Charles Bowden, Alice Leora Briggs, Kelly Leslie, and Lalo as a Jazz Quartet. The Bloomsbury Review (Summer 2010), 5-6.

“Hermeneutic Adventures in Home Teaching: Mary and Richard Rorty.” Dialogue, A Journal of Mormon Thought (Summer 2010), 131-135.

“A Time Capsule: Peter Handke’s 1989 Yugoslavia.” Literary Traveler, April 2009.

“Dictionary of Accepted Ideas: Michael McDonald’s Butchery of Peter Handke.” The American Scholar, Summer 2007.

“On Words: The Eyes of a Flounder: Poems by Laura Hamblin.” Catalyst Magazine, March 2007.

“On Words: An Essay on Immigration.” Catalyst Magazine, December 2006.

“On Words: Charles Bowden’s Inferno.” Catalyst Magazine, November 2006.

“On Words: Abstractions Come Home: A review of interstices, by Laurelyn Whitt and Sound Weave, by Theta Naught and Alex Caldiero. Catalyst Magazine, October 2006.

“On Words: Mormon Civilization and its Schizophrenic Discontents, Brian Evenson’s The Open Curtain. Catalyst Magazine, September 2006.

“A Reasonable Dictionary” (travel narrative). Salt Flats Annual, (Fall 2005), 98-149.

“Immortal For Quite Some Time” (memoir excerpt). Irreantum: A Review of Mormon Literature and Film, V. 7, Nr. 1 (2005), 75-94.

“Polka-dotted Truth: Adam Worden Collages at the Salt Lake Art Center.” Catalyst Magazine, May 2005.

“Michael and Me: Education, Politics, Money, Culture, and Michael Moore at UVSC.” Catalyst Magazine, October 2004.

“Every Angel is Terrifying: Frank McEntire and Alex Bigney, with Alex Caldiero, in a Stunning Kimball Exhibit.” Catalyst Magazine, March 2003.

“Wild Rides, Wild Flowers: Biking and Botanizing the Great Western Trail.” With Sam Rushforth. Salt Lake Observer (March 26, April 9, April 23, May 7, etc. 1999; Catalyst Magazine, monthly since June, 2000, ended December 2002).

“Radical Jazz: Angela Davis Paints a History in Blacks and Blues.” Salt Lake Observer (April 9, 1999).

“Ein Blick vom Berg Olymp in Utah.” In NOVO, No. 39, March/April 1999, 45.

“Chick Corea.” Salt Lake Observer (February 26, 1999), 20.

“Educating Leavitt: Essay on the Western Governors’ University.” Salt Lake Observer (January 15, 1999), 7 and 17.

“Joshua Payne’s Sweet Jazz Suite.” Salt Lake Observer (January 15, 1999), 20.

“Jazz Cogitation.” Salt Lake Observer (December 4, 1998), 19.

“Poets, Paranoids, Police, Reformers in the Rain: Letter from Belgrade.” Salt Lake Observer (December 4, 1998), 1 and 21.

“Crossing.” Catalyst, Salt Lake City (December 1998), 14-17. An essay growing out of a June 1997 trip to a Tarahumara village in central Mexico.

“Gordon and Mike Bring Jazz to the Hilton.” Salt Lake Observer (October 22, 1998), 22.

“Hampton and Zen: Stripped to the Essentials.” Salt Lake Observer (August 28, 1998), 21.

“Immortal Beloved: Celebrity and Death.” Salt Lake Observer (August 28, 1998), 1.

“A Landscape in Tatters: Letter from Bosnia.” Salt Lake Observer (July 31, 1998), 1.

“Timbre and the Jazz Voice.” Salt Lake Observer (July 3, 1998), 21.

“The Cultivation of Page One Hatred.” Salt Lake Observer (June 5, 1998).

“’Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee’: George Shearing vs. Christian McBride, Brian Blade, and Joshua Redman.” The Event 18:3 (February 6, 1998): 17.

“Monty Alexander, Jeff Hamilton, and John Clayton: Cookin’ at the Hilton.” The Event 17:10 (October 23, 1997): 19.

“Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock: Cheek to Cheek at the Hilton.” The Event 17:9 (September 25, 1997): 10.

“Hocus Focus: Mose Allison at Snowbird.” The Event 17:6 (August 14, 1997): 11.

“Death and the Harmonica: Toots Thielemans at the Hilton.” The Event 16:26 (May 22, 1997): 20.

“Telling Stories: Remembering Brad: On the Loss of a Son to Aids.” Sunstone (20:2 July 1997): 68-70.

“The Provo Window: Late Night Thoughts on the Purposes of Art and the Decline of a University.” Annual of the Association for Mormon Letters. 1996, 112-115.

“Performing the Book: A. F. Caldiero’s ‘The Food That Fits The Hunger.’”  Salt Lake Art Center, 1995, 20 pp.

“Intermittent Conversations with A.F. Caldiero.” In The Unclosed Hand.  Salt Lake Art Center, 1994, 5-9.

“Seeing Jazz: A Meandering Essay on Knifer’s Repetitions.” In Julije Knifer: Mäander 1960-1990. Ed. Zarko Radakovic. Tr. Elmar Schenkel.  Stuttgart: Flugasche, 1991, 10.

“From the Diary of a Father of Six and Husband of One.”  In a collection of essays on childhood published at the end of the Serbo‑Croatian translation of Peter Handke’s novel Child Story.  Tr. Miloje Radakovic.  Belgrade: Dezje Novine, 1988, 95-97.


“The Goalie’s Anxiety”: and


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Ehrhard Bahr. Weimar on the Pacific: German Exile Culture in Los Angeles and the Crisis of Modernism. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007. Goethe Yearbook (2010), 412-414.

Jonah Siegel. Haunted Museum: Longing, Travel and the Art-Romance Tradition. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005. Goethe Yearbook (2007), 255-256.

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Kirchen Ohne Dichter. 2 vols.  Hans Baenziger.  Coloquia Germanica, 28 (1995), 163-164.

Peter Handke.  Richard Arthur Firda.  Monatshefte (Fall 1995), 394-396.

luslustigtig: Phaenomene deutschsprachiger Lyrik 1945 bis 1980.  Peter Pabisch.  The German Quarterly, 68 (Spring 1995), 223-224.

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