Robert J. Conley's Journal Publications



Pembroke Magazine, #3, 1972. "War Dance" and "I Hunt."

Quetzal, Vol. 2, #1 & 2, Winter/Spring, 1972. "Song of Ned Christie."

Indian Voice, Vol. 2, #l, Feb. 1972. "poems suggested by old Cherokee songs."

Indian Voice, Vol. 2, #4, July 1972. "For the Memory of Raymond Yellow Thunder."

The Blackbird Circle, #4, Spring, 1973. "Woodpecker Poem" and "To Let Live."

Cardinal Poetry Quarterly, Vol. 7, #2, Dec. 1972. "Fishing."

The Blackbird Circle, # 6 & 7, Spring, 1975. "Reflections on the Sun," "A Son of the Sun" and "For the Sun."

Scree, # 4, 1975. "The Fisherman," "A Resurrection," "The Caretaker," "On Holding a Pre-Columbian Clay Figure" and "At the Pow Wow."

The Blue Cloud Quarterly, Vol. 18, #3, 1973. "Dancing Will No More," "Where Shall I Build My Fires?" and "Song for the Shell Shaker."

Phantasm, Vol. 2, #2, March/April, 1977. "Satank" and "To Gigage Asgaya."

Academy, #3, 1973. "While Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee is #1."

Places, Vol. 2, #3, Nov. 1975. "S.W. Missouri Topography."

The Coldspring Journal, #5, Feb. 1975. "My Poems Are My Fires," "Sonnet Writter in DeKalb" and "W.W. Keeler, Eat Your Heat Out."

Waters, Vol. 2 #6, Fall 1977. "Spirits."

Quoin, Vol. 6. #4, Oct. 1973. ~Rewrites," "morning and night," "Remember the Brigadoon Bridegroom," "A Very Yellow Fall" and "Justifiable Homicide."

The Beloit Poetry Journal, Vol. 30, #2, Winter, 1979/80. "The Hills of Tsalagi."

Separate Doors, Vol. 2, #1, Spring, 1981. "from Love Poems for Guwist."

Compages, #3, Winter, 1982. "Tommy Belt Told Me This."

Compages, #4, May, 1982. "Yahola Passed This on to Me."

untitled poem (with Cherokee translation by Durbin Feeling) in Compages, Vol. 1, No. 6, Fall, 1982.

"The Hills of Tsalagi" and "The Rattlesnake Band" reprinted in A Nation Within: Contemporary Native American Writing, ed. Ralph Salisbury, (a special issue of Pacific Quarterly Moana, Vol. 8, No. 1.) Outrigger Publishers, Hamilton, New Zealand.

"Some Lines in Commemoration of This Site" and "Walk Softly" (poems) reprinted in Iowa Archeological Newsletter, Summer, 1989, # 111, Iowa City.


Indian Voice, Vol. 2, #2, March/April, 1972. "A Lone Oak in Kansas."

Indian Voice, Vol. 2, #3, May/June, 1972. "The Night George Wolfe Died."

Indian Voice, Vol. 2, #4, July, 1972. "The Burning Scar."

Indian Voice, Vol. 2, #5, Aug./Sept., "The Hickory Grounds."

Sun Tracks, Vol. 3, #1, Fall, 1976. "The Witch of Goingsnake."

Immortals," short story, in Iowa Archeological Newsletter, Summer, 1984, special edition, #111, Iowa City.

"Wesley's Story" (short story) in The Greenfield Review, Vol. 12, Nos. 1 and 2, summer/fall, 1984, Greenfield Center, New York.

As Editor

The Blackbird Circle, with Dean Deter, Vol. 1, Nos. 1 (Spring 1971) through
Double Issue 6/7 (Spring, 1975). A small press poetry magazine.)

Miscellaneous Publications

"the ancient prophecy," (part 5 of "We Wait"), was read by Henry Fonda on "The American Dream," episode of the PBS TV series, Anyone for Tennyson?

"Adawosgi, # 13" was published on a postcard as part of the Strawberry Press postcard series. New York, 1980.

"Some Lines in Commemoration of this Site: Little Maquoketa River Mounds, May 15, 1981" was commissioned by the Iowa State Department of Transportation and published on a permanent display panel at the state preserve and on a descriptive brochure.

"Walk Softly" was published singly on a card by the Iowa State Department of Transportation. 1981.

"Misinformation and Misinterpretation Shows in College Book," a book review of Native American Heritage by Merwyn Garbarino in Wassaja, Vol. 9, # 6, June, 1976.

"Zeke and Dick Crittenden," article in Wagoner County History, Wagoner County Home Demonstration Club, 1980.

"Cherokees 'On the Scout"' in The Roundup, Nov./Dec., 1984, WWA, Inc., El Paso.

Introduction to Don Coldsmith's The Elk Dog Heritage Bantam Books, New York, 1987.

Afterword to Don Coldsmith's Man of the Shadows, Bantam Books, New York, 1988.

"Diwali: Chief of the Texas Cherokees," in True West, March, 1991, Vol. 38, No. 3, Whole Number 275.

"Ricochet," in "Wild Old Days" in True West, July, 1991, Vol. 38, No. 7, Whole Number 279. /

"Foreword" to Friends of Thunder by Jack F. Kilpatrick and Anna G. Kilpatrick, University of Oklahoma Press reprint, 1995.

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