MEMORALIA. The Memoirs of Richard Burgin. Compiled, arranged and introduced by Diana Lewis Burgin. St. Petersburg (Russia): Inapress, 2011. (English-language version can be found on this site.)
Five Hard Pieces. Commentaries on Five Long Poems by Marina Tsvetaeva. online publication www.dianaburgin.com, 2007.
“Ottiagotela” Russkie zhenshchiny za predelami obydennoi zhizni. [“I’ve been de-burdened…” Russian Women Outside the Limits of Everyday Life] St. Petersburg: Inapress. 2004, 223 pp.
Marina Tsvetaeva i transgressivnyi eros. [Marina Tsvetaeva and Transgressive Eros] St. Petersburg: Inapress, 2000, 237 pp.
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Sophia Parnok. The Life and Work of Russia's Sappho, New York: New York University Press, 1994, 355 pp.
Richard Burgin. A Life in Verse, Columbus OH: Slavica Publishers, 1989, 209 pp.
The Master and Margarita, by Mikhail Bulgakov, Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1995, 367 pp. Paperback by Vintage International, 1996.
Memoirs of Anastas Mikoyan, Volume I: The Path of Struggle, Madison, CT: Sphinx Press, Inc., 1988, 575 pp.
Aleksandr Blok As Man and Poet by Kornei Chukovskii, Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1982, 156 pp.
The Invisible Book (Epilogue) by Sergei Dovlatov, Ann Arbor: Ardis, 1979, 134 pp.
Five Long Poems by Marina Tsvetaeva: Astride a Red Steed; Mountain Poem; Attempting Room; Stairs; Air Poem, (www.dianaburgin.com, 2007).
Poems by Sophia Parnok and Valentin Parnakh, An Anthology of Jewish-Russian Literature, Maxim Shrayer, ed. Armonk NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2007
The Berlin Cycle by Marina Tsvetaeva, www.dianaburgin.com, 2007.
“Stairs” by Marina Tsvetaeva. Boulevard, Vol. 20, Nos. 2&3 Spring 2005, pp. 161-177.
“Girlfriends: Tsvetaeva to Parnok. Five Poems from Tsvetaeva’s “Podruga” (Girlfriend),” Russian Women, 1698-1917. Experience & Expression. An Anthology of Sources. Compiled by Bisha, Gheith, Holden, and Wagner. Bloomington, IND: Indiana University Press, 2002, pp. 143-148.
“A Selection of Poems by Sophia Parnok,” Russian Women Writers, Volume 1. NY & London: Garland Publishing Inc., 1999, pp. 563-82.
“Bio-critical sketch and Five Poems by Sophia Parnok,” Modern Poetry in Translation. New series/No. 10, editor Daniel Weissbrot. London: University of London, 1997, pp. 85-93.
Ninety two Poems by Sophia Parnok, translated for the first time into English verse, in Sophia Parnok. The Life and Work of Russia's Sappho. New York: New York University Press, 1994.
Six Poems by Ksenia Nekrasova ("From Childhood," "How Am I To Write My Poems," "The February Snow," "My Room," "I Know," "Day"), Boulevard, Vol. 4/No. 3 & Vol. 5/No. 1, 1990, 105-111.
"Nekrasova, Kseniia Aleksandrovna" by S. Poliakova, Dictionary of Russian Women Writers, Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994, 458-59.
"The Poetry of Ksenia Nekrasova" by S.V. Poliakova, Boulevard: Journal of Contemporary Writing, Vol. 4/No. 3 & Vol. 5/No. 1, 1990, 101-104.
"Rhetoric and Poetics (The Affirmation and Refutation of Opinions in Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov)" by V.E. Vetlovskaia, Critical Essays on Dostoevsky, Boston: G.K. Hall, 1986, 223-34.
"Zinka From the Lamplighter Baths," by Liudmila Shtern, Stories, May/June, 1983.
"Somebody's Death," by Sergei Dovlatov, The New Yorker, October 19, 1981, 42-52.
”Marina’s Fire – The Alchemy of Astride a Red Steed,” Poetics. Self. Place: Essays in Honor of Lisa Crone. Nicole Boudreau, Sarah Krive, and Catherine O’Neil, eds. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, 2007, pp. 1-23.
“Tsvetaeva’s ‘Stairs’ in Life and Poetry,” Boulevard. Spring 2005, Vol. 20, Nos. 2&3 (Published by Saint Louis University), pp. 153-160.
“Sophia Iakovlevna Parnok 1885-1933,” Dictionary of Literary Biography. Edited by Alexander Ogden and Judith Kalb. 2004.
“Tsvetaeva’s Three Pushkins,” Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 1 ‘Pushkin’s Secret’: Russian Writers Reread and Rewrite Pushkin. Edited by Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. Amsterdam – New York: Rodopi, 2003, pp. 91-104.
“Sophia Parnok and Soviet-Russian Censorship, 1922-1933,” Enemies of the People. The Destruction of Soviet Literary, Theater, and Film Arts in the 1930s. Edited by Katherine Bliss Eaton. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2002, pp. 31-52.
“Marina Tsvetaeva and Island Variant Eros,” Gender and Sexuality in Russian Civilization. Edited by Peter I. Barta. London: Routledge, 2001, pp. 221-238.
Biographical entries on Sophia Parnok and Marina Tsvetaeva, Lesbian Histories and Cultures. Edited by Bonnie Zimmerman. New York and London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 2000, pp. 570-71, 778-79.
“Sofiia Parnok”. Russian Women Writers. Christine D. Tomei, Ed. NY & London: Garland Publishing, Inc. 1999. Vol. 1, pp 553-582.
“Rytsar’ na Goloi gore. Opyt interpretatsii ‘Poemy Gory’,” (“Knight on Bare Mountain. A Reading of Tsvetaeva’s ‘Mountain Poem’”), Piataia tsvetaevskaia mezhdunarodnaia nauchno-tematicheskaia konferentsiia: Sbornik dokladov. (Papers of the Fifth International Scholary Conference on Tsvetaeva). Tsvetaeva Museum, Moscow, 1998, pp. 233-244.
Bio-critical essay on Sofiia Iakovlevna Parnok, Reference Guide to Russian Literature. Edited by Neil Cornwell. London, Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998, pp. 614-15.
“Antichnost’ v lirike Sofii Parnok” (“Antiquity in the Lyrics of Sophia Parnok”), Materialy nauchno-tematicheskoi konferentsii v q. Sudak (Papers of the International Scholarly Conference in Sudak). Moscow: Marina Tsvetaeva Museum, 1997, pp. 74-93.
“Sofia Parnok” and “Lesbianism in Russia”, Frauenliebe Maenerliebe. Eine lesbisch-schwule Literatrgeschichte in Portraets. Edited by Alexandra Busch and Dirck Linck. Stuttgart, Weimar: Verlag J.B. Metzler, 1997, pp. 331-335 and 162-166.
“Nadeschda Durowa, Amazonen und Lesbischsein in der russischen Kultur,” Forum Homosexualität und Literatur 29, 1997, pp. 67-80.
"The Deconstruction of Sappho Stolz. Some Russian Abuses and Uses of the Tenth Muse," Engendering Slavic Literatures, edited by Pamela Chester and Sibelan Forrester. Bloomington Ind.: Indiana University Press.
"Mother Nature versus the Amazons. Marina Tsvetaeva and Female Same-Sex Love," Journal of the History of Sexuality, July, Vol. 6, No. 1, 1995, pp. 62-88.
Biocritical entries on Marina Tsvetaeva and Sophia Parnok for Gay & Lesbian Literary Heritage. Edited by Claude Summers. Chester CT: New England Publishing Associates, 1995.
Biographical entries on "Parnok, Sofiia Iakovlevna" and "Solov'eva, Poliksena Sergeevna", Dictionary of Russian Women Writers. Edited by M. Ledkovsky, C. Rosenthal, M. Zirin. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1994, pp. 485-88 and 618-21.
“Laid Out in Lavender: Perceptions of Lesbian Love in Russian Literature and Criticism of the Silver Age 1893-1917," Sexuality and the Body in Russian Culture, edited by Stephanie Sandler, Jane Costlow and Judith Vowles, Stanford University Press, 1993, 177-203.
“Contexts and Reverberations of Sophia Parnok's Journey from her Father's Threshold: An Analysis of ‘Otchego ot otchego poroga...,'" Readings in Russian Modernism, Moscow: "Nauka," 1993, 48-66.
"Sophia Parnok and the Writing of A Lesbian Poet's Life," Slavic Review, Vol. 52, No. 2, 1992.
"Signs of a Response: Two Possible Parnok Replies to Her 'Podruga'," Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 35, No. 2, 1991, 214-227.
"Tatiana Larina's 'Letter to Onegin,' or 'La Plume Criminelle', Essays In Poetics. Journal of the Neo-Formalist Circle, September, Vol. 16, No. 2, 1991, 12-24.
"The Life of Adelaida Gertsyk," Introduction to the first publication of Gertsyk's "Podval'nye ocherki," Russian Literature TriQuarterly, Ann Arbor: Ardis, No. 23, 1990, 357-360.
"'After the Ball is Over': Sophia Parnok's Creative Relationship with Marina Tsvetaeva," The Russian Review, Vol. 47, No. 4, 1988, 425-445.
"Mythical Ballads and Meta-Balladic Myth in Briusov's Verse," Studies in Russian Literature in Honor of Vsevolod Setchkarev, edited by J. Connelly and S. Ketchian, Columbus OH: Slavica, 1987, 61-73.
"Jungian Dactyls on Death and Tolstoy (Verses Burlesque with Notations in Earnest)," New Studies in Russian Language and Literature, edited by A.L. Crone and C.V. Chvany, Columbus, OH: Slavica Publishers, 1986, 27-38.
"The Reprieve of Nastasya: A Reading of a Dreamer's Authored Life," Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 29, No. 3, 1985, 258-268.
"Prince Myshkin, The True Lover and 'Impossible Bridegroom': A Problem in Dostoevskian Narrative," Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 27, No. 2, 1983, 158-176.
“Rzhevsky's Solzhenitsyn: Creator and Heroic Deed,” Western Humanities Review, Vol. 33, No. 2, 1979, 149-154. (Review article)
"Bulgakov's Early Tragedy of the Scientist-Creator: An Interpretation of The Heart of a Dog," Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 22, No. 4, 1978, 494-509.
"The Fate of Modern Man. Ideas of Fate, Justice and Happiness in Solzhenitsyn's Cancer Ward," Soviet Studies, Vol. 27, No. 2, l974, 260-271.
"The Mystery of ‘Pikovaia dama’: A New Interpretation," Mnemozina (Studia litteraria russica in honorem Vsevolod Setchkarev), Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, l974, 46-56.
"A Professor's Life-Cycle von D.R. Burgina," and "The Familiar, A New Parody by D.R. Burgina," Russian Literature TriQuarterly, No. 23, 1990, 403-414.
"Jungian Dactyls on Death and Tolstoy," New Studies in Russian Language and Literature, Columbus, OH: Slavica, 1986, 27-29.
"The Reprieve of Nastasya: A Reading in Verse," Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 29, No. 3, 1985, 269-278.
"Prince Myshkin (An Article in Verse)," Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 27, No. 2, 1983, 176-185.
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