Diane Glancy
THE WORLD IS ONE PLACE: Native American Writers Visit the Middle East,
edited by Diane Glancy and Linda Rodriguez,
BkMk Press, University of Missouri-Kansas City, 2016

VISIT TEEPEE TOWN: Native Writings after the Detours,
edited by Diane Glancy and Mark Nowak,
Coffee House Press, Minneapolis, 1999

edited by Diane Glancy and Bill Truesdale,
New Rivers Press, Minneapolis, 1994

BRAIDED LIVES, An Anthology of Multicultural American Writing,
edited Diane Glancy, David Mura, Juanita Garciagodoy and Musa Moore-Foster,
Minnesota Humanities Commission, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1991
Edited Anthologies

“The Great Spirit’s Wife,” and “The Abandoned Wife,” SISTER NATIONS,
edited by Heid Erdrich and Laura Tohe, Minnesota Historical Society Press, St. Paul,
Minnesota, 2002, pages 160-161

“Slowly Turning Nature,” THE COLORS OF NATURE, Culture, Identity and the Natural
World, edited by Alison Deming and Lauret Savoy,
Milkweed Editions, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2002, pages 153-162

PUSHING THE BEAR (excerpt) and "Black Kettle National Grasslands" (poem),
NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE, Lawana Trout, NCT/Contemporary Publishing
Group, Lincolnwood, IL, 1999, pages 200-213 and 232-235

"Polar Breath" and "Jack Wilson or Wovoka and Christ my Lord,"
general editor, Nina Baym, W.W. Norton, New York, 1998, pages 2257-2264

"The Truth Teller," STORIES OF OUR WAY: An Anthology of American Indian Plays,
edited by Hanay Geiogamah and Jaye T. Darby, American Indian Studies Center Press,
University of California, Los Angeles, 1998, pages 339-354

"The Woman Who Was a Red Deer Dressed for the Deer Dance," a play, SEVENTH
GENERATION: An Anthology of Native American Plays, edited by Mimi D'Aponte, Theater
Communications Group, Inc., New York, 1998, pages 269-290

UNFORGOTTEN GODS, edited by Jace Weaver, Orbis, Maryknoll, New York, 1998,
pages 117-123

Contemporary Writing, edited by Maria Mazziotti Gillan and Jennifer Gillan, Penguin Books,
New York, 1998

"She-ro-ism," an essay, WOMEN / WRITING / TEACHING, An Anthology of Women'
Voices, edited by Jan Zlotnik Schmidt, SUNY Press, Albany, New York, 1998, pages 55-59

"Lead Horse," excerpt from the story, and artistic statement, WRITING AMERICA, an
anthology of past recipients of the National Endowment for the Arts, edited by Keith
Donahue, Washington, D.C., 1997, pages 78-79

Commentary and reprint of "Claiming Breath," title essay from Claiming Breath,
ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE, Third Course, Hot, Rinehart and Winston, New York,
1997, pages 546-549

"Weejob," a play, GREAT SCENE FROM MINORITY PLAYWRIGHTS, edited by Marsh
Casady, Meriwether Publishing Ltd., Colorado Springs, Colorado, 1997, pages 59-92

"Alfred Jacob Miller" and "Asylum in the Grasslands," two poems, THE SACRED PLACE,
edited by Scott Olsen and Scott Cairns, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City, 1996, pages

"The Cold-and-Hunger Dance," an essay, CONTEMPORARY AUTHORS SERIES,
Autobiography Series, Volume 24, edited by Shelly Andrew, Gale Research, Detroit,
Michigan, 1996, pages 199-215

"The Orchard," a story, SONG OF THE TURTLE: American Indian Fiction , edited by
Paula Gun Allen, Ballantine Books, New York, 1996, pages 177-180

"Weebjob," a play, CONTEMPORARY PLAYS BY WOMEN OF COLOR, edited by
Kathy Perkins and Roberta Uno, Routledge, London, 1995, pages 168-190

"Speaking the Corn into Being," an essay, FREEING THE FIRST AMENDMENT, Critical
Perspectives on Freedom of Expression, edited by Robert Jensen and David Allen, New York
University Press, 1995, pages 278-282

"SHEdomism," an essay, NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE, edited by Gerald Vizenor,
HarperCollins, New York, 1995, pages 255-257

"A Sense of Continuity and Presence," a story, ANIYUN-WIYA / Real Human Beings: An
Anthology of Contemporary Cherokee Prose, edited by Joseph Bruchac, Greenfield Review
Press, Greenfield, New York, 1995, pages 106-115

"December 1," "December 23," "December 26," "December 27," "Astoria Boulevard" and
"Claiming Breath," six sections from Claiming Breath, WRITING WOMEN’S LIVES, An
Anthology of Autobiographical Narratives by Twentieth Century American Women Writers,
edited by Susan Cahill, Harper Perennial, New York, 1994, pages 359-364

Chapter and references from Claiming Breath, WHAT IS FOUND THERE, Essays on
Poetry and Politics, Adrienne Rich, W. W. Norton, New York, 1994, pages 84, 206, 211-13,
256, 264

"Aunt Parnetta's Electric Blisters," a story, THE NORTON BOOK OF SCIENCE FICTION,
edited by Ursula K. Le Guin and Brian Attebery, W. W. Norton, New York, 1994, pages

"Christopher," a poem, THE PUSHCART PRIZE XVIII, Best of the Small Presses 1993-
1994, edited by Bill Henderson, Pushcart Press, Wainscott, New York, 1994, page 411

"If I Were To Tell a Story" and "I Hear a Medicine Man," two poems, CALLALLOU,
Native American Literatures, The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland,
1994, pages 249-250

"Genealogy" and "Hides," two poems, RETURNING THE GIFT: Contemporary Native
American Poetry and Prose, Sun Tracks Books, No. 29, University of Arizona Press,
Tucson, Arizona, 1994, pages 120-122

"Light Beneath the Skin (or Pronoun 2)," "Theology of Deer," "The Transformation Band,"
three poems, ODD ANGELS OF HEAVEN, Contemporary Poetry by People of Faith, edited
by David Craig and Janet McCann, Harold Shaw Publishers, Wheaton Illinois, 1994, pages

"Ledger Book," "Coyote's Vision," "Coyote Stories the Unstoried" and "Homage," four
poems, DURABLE BREATH: Contemporary Native American Poetry, edited by John E.
Smelcer and D.L. Birchfield, Salmon Run Press, Anchorage, Alaska, 1994, pages 71-74

"Saturday Night Radio," an essay, INHERITING THE LAND, Contemporary Voices from
the Midwest, edited by Mark Vinz and Thom Tammaro, University of Minnesota Press,
Minneapolis, 1993, pages 135-138

"Lead Horse," a story, EARTH SONG, SKY SPIRIT, Short Stories of the Contemporary
Native American Experience, edited by Clifford Trafzer, Doubleday Publisher, New York,
1993, pages 217-233
Work Included in  Anthologies