Research & Publications

"Too Late, Baby: Launcelot and Gwynevere and the End of the Affair." given at the Thirty-Fifth Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2014)

"Last Call: Forsaking Camelot for the Sangreal," given at the Thirty-Fourth Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2013)

“The Twelve Functions of Percivale’s Sister,” given at the Thirty-Third Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2012)

“The Enigmatic Sir Lamerok: Malory’s Solitary Hero,” given at the Thirty-Second Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2011)

“Taking a Wrong Turn?: Malory’s Perplexing Tale of Alisaundre the Orphan,” given at the Thirty-First Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2010)

“Educating Percivale: Knowledge and Instinct in a School of Dream and Vision,” given at the Thirtieth Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2009)

“False Love and True: Malory’s Tale of the Fair Maid of Astolate,” given at the Twenty-Ninth Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2008)

“Tournaments in Malory’s Le morte d’Arthur: Pageantry, Chivalry, Treachery” given at the Twenty-Eighth Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2007)

“Born to Lose: Inadequacy and Unworthiness in Malory’s Le morte d’Arthur given at the Twenty-Seventh Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2006)

“Malory’s Sir Pelleas: The Comedy of Innocence,” give at the Twenty-Sixth Medieval and Renaissance Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2005)

“Malory’s ‘The Healing of Sir Urry”: From Romance to Ritual and Back Again,” given at the Twenty-Fifth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2004)

“Identity in Malory’s Le morte d’Arthur: A Drama of Revelation,” given at the Twenty-Fourth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, NH (April 2003)

“Percivale’s Sister: Galahad’s Fair Maid” given at the Twenty-Third Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 2002)

“Might Mocks Right: The Sham of Trial-by-Combat in Malory’s Le morte d’Arthur,” given at the Twenty-Second Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 2001)

“The Healing of Sir Urry”: Romance, Folk Tale, Parable,” given at the Twentieth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 1999)

“Not Good Enough: Malory’s Misfits, Failures, and Losers,” given at the Nineteenth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 1998)

“Arthur in France: Malory’s Handling of the Three Campaigns,” given at the Eighteenth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 1997)

“Sir Lamerok: Malory’s Western Hero,” given at the Seventeenth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 1996)

“Wars in Peace: Malory’s Tournaments,” given at the Sixteenth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NJ (April 1995)

“Identity, Disguise, and Status in Malory’s Arthurian Legends,” given at the Fifteenth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College (April 1994)

“Love oute of mesure”: Malory’s Tale of the Fair Mad of Astalot,” given at the Fourteenth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 1993)

“Sir Brewnys Saunze Pite: Malory’s Knight in the Forest,” at The Thirteenth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 1992)

“Who Are the Rightful Kings and Queens of Cornwall and Camelot?” at the Twelfth Medieval Forum, Plymouth State College, Plymouth, NH (April 1991)

Other Medieval Forum Participation:

Co-supervised (with Peter Schwartz) EC students’ readings of scholarly papers on Malory’s Le morte d’Arthur at the Plymouth State University Medieval and Renaissance Forum in 2010, 2007, 2006, 2004, and 2001.)

Participated in Reader’s Theatre at the Plymouth State University Medieval and Renaissance Forum– with Peter Schwartz, Mona Logarbo, Roberta Staples, Gladys Capel, Philip O’Meara and others--reading The Name of the Scholar (2007), A General Epilogue to The Canterbury Tales (1996), and Laudine (1994), all original plays written by Donna Prescott.

Poems:

“On the Late Massacre in Pittsburgh” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 56 (Fall 2003).

“A Poised and Patient Pitcher or: A Boobird Discovers the Source of His Aggression” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 56 (Fall 2003)

“The Craven” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 56 (Fall 2003)

“My Last Skipper” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 54 (Spring 2002)

“The Pesky Sonnet” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 54 (Spring 2002)

“To Lucrezia: On Going to Spring Training” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 54 (Spring 2002)

“They lack Style at Ebbetts Field” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 54 (Spring 2002)

“Spahn or Sain: Minus That Day of Rain” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 54 (Spring 2002)

“Zimmerwacky” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 54 (Spring 2002)

“Break! Break! Break!” in Pivot, Vol. XX, No. 54 (Spring 2002)

“To Lucrezia: Going to Spring Training,” Break, Break, Break: The Lament of the Aged Reliever,” “My Last Skipper,” and “The Craven” in Sibyl (1993)

Websites:

Railroad Stations in New Hampshire: http://www.lightlink.com/sglap3/newhampshire

Railroad Stations in Massachusetts: http://www.lightlink.com/sglap3/massachusetts

In addition, nearly 500 of my photographs are online at other sites dealing with railroad stations (most notably in New York State), and have photographed standing railroad stations in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Ohio, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Florida, Oregon, Wisconsin, Utah, Washington, North Carolina, Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Quebec, and British Columbia, as well as throughout Cornwall and Somerset, United Kingdom.