The author of numerous books, including recently Representing Women (1999) and The Body in Pieces: The Fragment as a Metaphor of Modernity (1995), Nochlin coedited
and contributed to The Jew in the Text; Modernity and the Construction of Identify (1996) and Self and History: A Tribute to Linda Nochlin (2000; all Thames & Hudson), an anthology of writings on themes she has developed during her career.
Among books Justice edited or coedited
are The Collected Poems of Weldon Kees (1960), Contemporary French Poetry (1965), and Syracuse Poems (1968).
Mainstream der Minderheiten: Pop in der Kontrollgesellschaft (Mainstream of minorities: Pop in the control society, 1996) with Mark Terkessidis, with whom he cofounded the Institute for Studies in Visual Culture.
Zagajewski's attacks on the older generation of poets, so forcefully delivered in his collection of critical essays (coedited
with Julian Kornhauser), Swiat nie przedstawiony (A World Not Introduced; 1974), set the tone for the program of the New Wave.
A historian of Pentecostalism, he wrote the two-volume This Gospel Shall Be Preached, a history of Assemblies of God foreign mission, and coedited
the Dictionary of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements.
He also coedited
the satirical magazine Red Book (1818-19) and wrote political articles for the National Intelligencer.
O'Doherty and others interested in serial composition had carefully studied Mallarme's instructions for reading Un Coup de des as they were published in a 1965 issue of the journal Die Reihe, coedited
by Karlheinz Srockhausen.
Chiwome brings to the analysis impressive credentials: he is a senior lecturer in the Department of African Languages and Literatures at the University of Zimbabwe, and a poet who has coedited
anthologies of Shona poetry and riddles.
In 1968 he coedited
The Penguin Book of South African Verse, which included translations of African-language poetry as well as Afrikaans poetry.
There were just the three of us-me, Francoise Prenant [who played the title, and only, role] and Jacques Kebadian [a filmmaker, who later coedited
the film with Prenant]-and they kept asking me, "Raymond, what are we going to do tomorrow?" And I'd say, "Oh, I don't know!" And I made all sorts of mistakes because I had to come up with explanations to make them happy.
A well-read and well-traveled man, he has coedited
collections of short fiction by African American writers, Asian Indian writers, and classical and modern Chinese writers.
His translations include Homer's Iliad (1951) and Odyssey (1967) and The Four Gospels and the Revelation (1979); he coedited
, with David Grene, Complete Greek Tragedies (1959).