James Welch of Back Bay Associates
- Introduction. Welch, James // Ploughshares;Spring94, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p5
Presents an introduction to a literary anthology about tribes by James Welch, an American author with native indian ancestry. Anecdote about his Irish-American Indian ancestry; Theme of anthology: Tribes and tribalism; Definition of tribe; Variations on the theme of tribes.
- About James Welch. Lee, Don // Ploughshares;Spring94, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p193
Profiles the Irish-American Indian poet and novelist James Welch. Biographical sketch; Upbringing as a Blackfeet Indian on the reservation; Educational attainment; Literary influences and style; Literary output.
- James Welch. Nixon, W.; Steinberg, S. // Publishers Weekly;10/5/1990, Vol. 237 Issue 40, p81
Presents an interview with author James Welch. Latest work `The Indian Lawyer'; Background; Career; Other works; Book which tells the story of his grandmother who was involved in the Marias River massacre of 1870; Native American ancestry.
- AGO CHAPTER NEWS. Pintar, Elizabeth; Talbot, Kenneth // American Organist Magazine;Jul2011, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p27
The article reports on the all-Bach recital played by James Welch at the Santa Clara Mission Chapel, co-sponsored by the San Jose, California chapter of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) and the University of Santa Clara on February 27, 2011.
- Picture This. // BusinessWest;6/7/2010, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p64
Photographs of the participants of EASTEC 2010 exposition in Springfield, Massachusetts including Representative James Welch, director Debbie Holton, and executive James Cepican are presented.
- "The End" in James Welch's Novels. McFarland, Ron // American Indian Quarterly;Summer93, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p319
Discusses the conclusions that James Welch gives to his novels. Opinions of critics about Welch's works; "Winter in the Blood"; "The Death of Jim Loney"; "The Indian Lawyer"; "Fool's Crow"; Reflections on the endings of the four novels.
- LETTERS. KEENE, DENNIS; LAMIRANDE, ARTHUR // American Organist Magazine;Jan2016, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p8
A letter to the editor is presented in response to James Welch's article "Notre-Dame: Playing the world's most famous organ."
- "He Was Going Along": Motion in the Novels of James Welch. Purdy, John // American Indian Quarterly;Spring90, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p133
Focuses on author James Welch and the debate over the portrayal of Indians in his books. Critical attention that his three novels have attracted; Names of his novels; Important factor that is overlooked when non-tribal people attempt to write Indian books or understand native ways; Review of...
- AGO CHAPTER NEWS: REGION IX--FAR WEST. Cervi, Melanie // American Organist Magazine;Jun2013, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p32
The article reports on the various activities of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) San Jose, California chapter, particularly on the recital on the Schantz organ performed by James Welch at the Mission Church in Santa Clara University on February 17, 2013.