- Brodkey goes to bat for librarians. Hoffert, Barbara; Rogers, Michael // Library Journal;11/15/1992, Vol. 117 Issue 19, p18
Reports noted `New Yorker' short story writer and author of `The Runaway Soul,' Harold Brodkey, praised librarians for cultivating interest in books. Brodkey spoke on a panel sponsored by the Lannan Foundation; Librarians as gatekeepers of culture; Brodkey's comments.
- Gotham. // New York;2/12/96, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p15
Quotes Harold Brodkey about New York.
- WINTER. Brodkey, Harold // New Yorker;2/22/1964, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p110
The article presents the poem "Winter," by Harold Brodkey. First Line: Ah, God, it's winter; Last Line: here.
- Jewlove. Brodkey, Harold // Paris Review;Fall82, Issue 85, p27
Presents the poem "Jewlove," by Harold Brodkey. First Line: I'll compare Jew-love to Roman light, Last Line: an as if holy history.
- THE LAUGH. Brodkey, Harold // New Yorker;2/2/87, Vol. 62 Issue 50, p31
Presents the short story "The Laugh," by Harold Brodkey.
- Sunlight. Coffey, Michael // Conjunctions;2010, Issue 54, p121
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience when he interviewed American author Harold Brodkey regarding Brodkey's works.
- A Kingdom of Sadness (Short story). Brodkey, Harold // New Yorker;10/7/91, Vol. 67 Issue 33, p34
Presents the short story `A Kingdom of Sadness,' by Harold Brodkey.
- Sea Noise. Brodkey, Harold // New Yorker;10/5/1981, Vol. 57 Issue 33, p50
The article presents the poem "Sea Noise," by Harold Brodkey. First Line: The professional sea; Last Line: of its mostly uninteresting reply.
- To Frank O'Hara. Brodkey, Harold // Paris Review;Fall84, Issue 93, p207
Presents the poem "To Frank O'Hara," by Harold Brodkey. First Line: The real is a wilderness; Last Line: dry auditors, in meaning.
- S.L. // New Yorker;9/9/85, Vol. 61 Issue 29, p35
Presents the short story "S.L.," by Harold Brodkey.