1932. Wrath of the Purple. (first published Howard Fast story; science-fiction). in: Amazing Stories Scientific Fiction, 7:7(602) Oct'32.
1936. The Bookman. illustrated by John J. Floherty, Jr. in: The Elks Magazine, pp 6-9, 32,40,42. June 1936. [General Wayne, American Revolution]
1936. Stockade. illustrated by Benton Clark. in: Ladies' Home Journal, 53:12(14-15) Dec'36.
1937. While They Dance. illustrated by Pierre Brissaud. in: Ladies' Home Journal, 54:7(11-13) Jul'37
1937. Ransom of the Rose. illustrated by Gordon Grant. in: Romance, p.58, Aug-Sep'37.
1937. Beyond the War. in: Ladies' Home Journal, 54:10(16-17) Oct'37. [Civil War]
1938. Men Must Fight. illustrated by E.F. Ward. in: Liberty, Feb. 19, 1938
1938. A Child is Born. in: Liberty, p.54, October 22, 1938.
1938. Merry Gentlemen. in: The Elks, p.4-7, 37-39 December, 1938.
1939. A Man's Wife. in: Ladies' Home Journal, 56:2 (11-13, 62-63) Feb'39. [Martha Washington, American Revolution].
1939. For Always. in: Liberty, p.52, Jul'39.
1939. A President's Wife. in: Ladies' Home Journal, 56:8 (16-17, 62-63) Aug'39. [Dolly Madison, War of 1812].
1940. Love Marches at Midnight. in: Romance, p.90-99, Apr'40. [Revolutionary War, Sam Adams]
1940. To Marry With A Stranger. in: Ladies' Home Journal, 57:7 (16-17, 92-95) Jul'40. [Jamestown, Virginia Company, Colonial]
1940. Because He Trusted Me. in: Good Housekeeping, 111(36-37) Jul'40. [Revolutionary War, Philadelphia]
1942. New Guinea Commandos. in: Young America, p.8, Sep 16'42.
1942. Air Base. in: Young America, p.8, Sep 30 '42.
1942. American Seaman. in: Young America, p.8, Oct 14 '42.
1942. Nurse on Bataan. in: Young America, p.8, Oct 28 '42.
1942. Before Dawn. in: Woman's Day, p.8, Dec'42. [WWII, Berlin]
1943. How Yuang Died for China. in: Young America, p.8, Jan 13 '43.
1943. Front Line Newsman. in: Young America, p.8, Jan 20 '43.
1943. The Day of Victory. in: Woman's Home Companion, 70(22-) Feb'43. [Revolutionary War, George Washington]
1943. Sunk by Jap Bombs. in: Young America, p.8, Feb 3 '43.
1943. Rescue in Singapore. in: Young America, p.8, Feb 10 '43.
1943. Stand by for Dive!. in: Young America, p.8, Feb 17 '43.
1943. Something Had to Be Told. in: Young America, p.8, Feb 24 '43.
1943. Marine on Guadalcanal. in: Young America, p.8, Mar 5 '43.
1943. Airbase in the Jungle. in: Young America, p.8, Mar 12 '43.
1943. Gnats against Elephants. in: Young America, p.8, Mar 19 '43.
1943. A Friendly Hand to Help Out. in: Young America, p.8, Apr 2 '43.
1943. One Ship Was Lost. in: Young America, p.8, Apr 9 '43.
1943. Port in the Arctic. in: Young America, p.8, Apr 16 '43.
1943. New Hope - From the Sky. in: Young America, p.8, Apr 23 '43.
1943. Detroit in the Desert. in: Young America, p.8, May 7 '43.
1943. The 'Eggshell' Escapes. in: Young America, p.8, May 14 '43.
1943. Private Scott and the Axis. in: Young America, p.8, May 21 '43.
1943. The "Tommies" Got Special Delivery. in: Young America, p.8, May 28 '43.
1944. Freedom Road (excerpt). in: Negro Digest, pp 77-92, October 1944
1946. The Gray Ship. in: New Masses 58:2(3) Jan 8'46. [WWII, Merchant Marine]
1946. The Gallant Ship. in: New Masses 58:3(16) Jan 15'46. [WWII, Merchant Marine]
1946. The Gray Ship's Crew. in: New Masses 58:4(3) Jan 22'46. [WWII, Merchant Marine]
1946. The Gray Ship's Captain. in: New Masses 58:5(10) Jan 29'46. [WWII, Merchant Marine]
1947. Mr. Lincoln. in: Colliers, Feb 15'47.35 cm. Crowell-Collier. Springfield, Ohio.
1947. The Rickshaw. in: New Masses 63:7(11) May 13'47. [Calcutta, WWII]
1949. An Epitaph for Sidney. in: Howard Fast: Departure and Other Stories 56-77 (22pp). (first published in Jewish Life). Little, Brown & Co. Boston. [WWII]
1949. Journey to Boston. in: Masses & Mainstream 2:11(28-41) Nov'49
1950. Kent, Simon (Howard Fast). A Child is Lost. in: This Week magazine, Nov. 19, 1950. Howard Fast in Being Red on "A Child is Lost".
1951. Spartacus [excerpt from the novel]. in: Masses & Mainstream, p.21-35, Jul'51. chapter from
(forthcoming) Spartacus with preceding author's note on the
composition and publication. [Part II Section III].
1954. The Protest. in: Masses & Mainstream, pp 12-23, July, 1954. [pre-publication chapter from the novel Silas Timberman].
1955. The Last Supper. in: Masses & Mainstream, pp. 22-34, Mar.'55
1955. Christ in Cuernavaca. in: Howard Fast: The Last Supper and Other Stories. Blue Heron Press. New York.
1956. Lola Gregg. in: Masses & Mainstream, pp 17-23, May 1956. [prepublication chapter from The Story of Lola Gregg (Ch. 4, An Interesting Event, 41-51)]
1959. The Martian Shop. in: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Nov'59.
1960. The First Men (The Trap). in: The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, Feb'60, p.1-31 (31pp).
Articles, Essays, Ephemera
1942. The Town. in: Woman's Day, p.8, Nov'42. [the effects of war on a typical small American community (Mt. Carmel IL)].
1943. A Quiet Man. in: Woman's Day, February, 1943 p 16. [George Washington]
1943. Everybody Works. in: Woman's Day, p.16-, Nov'43. [What is the WAR Doing to Us?]
1943. The People Always. in: New Masses, p.21-23, Nov 16'43. [text of talk given at meeting of Anglo-American Soviet Coalition].
1944. Tito and His People. prepared and edited for publication in Canada by Harry Gutkin. 34 pp, 28 cm, map, ports. Contemporary Publishers. 165 Selkirk Ave, Winnipeg, Alberta, Canada.
1944. Free Speech for Fascists? in: New Masses, p.18, Jan 11'44.
1944. History in Fiction. in: New Masses, p.7-9, Jan 18'44
1944. Together With Our Soviet Allies. in: Soviet Russia Today, Nov'44.
1944. The Time of Thanksgiving. in: Mademoiselle, Nov'44, p.103-.
1945. Culture and the Future. in: New Masses 54:6(11) Feb 6'45.[text of speech given on receiving New Masses cultural award].
1945. Lincoln Is America. in: New Masses 54:7(10) Feb 13'45. [Lincoln's Birthday: Lincoln is the favorite American hero, the model of the American people].
1945. Who Was Tom Paine? in: New Masses 54:9(23) Feb 27'45. [abridged version of the Introduction to The Selected Work of Tom Paine].
1945. Proud to Be Black. in: Negro Digest 3:5(5) Mar'45.
1945. The Making of a Democrat. in: New Masses 55:4(8) Apr 24'45. [FDR: a eulogy]
1945. The Negro Finds His History. in: New Masses 55:7(17) May 15'45. [the history of the Negro in America is rich and needs to be publicized].
1945. Commencement Means Beginning. in: Coronet, June '45.
1945. Ferry to Freedom. in: "Three Battles and a Man", Coronet, July '45.
1945. The Hill That Bled. in: "Three Battles and a Man", Coronet , July '45.
1945. Three Battles and a Man. in: Coronet, July '45. (contains: The Hill that Bled, Ferry to Freedom, Valley of the Shadow, [George Washington]).
1945. Valley of the Shadow. in: "Three Battles and a Man", Coronet, July '45.
1945. [George Washington]. (text under plate of Szyk's painting of Washington). in: "Three Battles and a Man", Coronet, July '45.
1945. Why Spain Never Died. in: New Masses 55:13(9) Sep 25'45. [vignettes of anti-fascism]
1945. Courage Is a Quiet Thing. in: Coronet, December '45.
1945. Realism and the Soviet Novel. in: New Masses 57:11(16) Dec 11'45. [the Soviet writer views the world through the realistic logic of dialectic materialism].
>1946. Fighter for Truth. in: Soviet Russia Today, January '46.
1946. Pfc. La Houd; Symbol of America. in: Coronet, January '46.
1946. [invitation to A Dinner Honoring Negro and White Americans...]. (at the Hotel Commodore, Jan. 14, 1946). in: New Masses 58:2, Jan 8'46, rear cover.
1946. It's Not the Jungle Anymore. in: New Masses 58:6 Feb 5'46.[on the United Packinghouse Workers (meat-packing industry) strike]
1946. Art and Politics. in: New Masses 58:9(6-8) Feb 26'46. [against Maltz's "What Shall We Ask of Writers" position that art and politics are separate]. [Seidman F39, (and see: Aaron 1961)]
1946. Four Brothers and You. in: New Masses 59:1(6-7) Apr 2'46. [racist killing by NYC policeman an example of the threat of American fascism]
1946. I Saw It Happen. in: New Masses 59:2(6-7) Apr 9'46. [why Gromyko walked out on UNO Security Council hearings on Iran at Hunter College]
1946. Reveille for Writers. in: New Masses 59:4(3) Apr 23'46. [what is the responsibility of the writer today?]
1946. Toward People's Standards in Art. in: New Masses 59:6(16-18) May 7'46.[paper read at "Art is a Weapon" symposium, NYC 4/18: standards in art are class/economics based]. [Seidman F40]
1946. How the Liberty Bell Came to America. in: Coronet, p. 123-25, July 1946.
1946. Anniversary. in: New Masses 60:2(3) Jul 9'46. [the early days of the American Revolution glimpsed through a farmer's journal entries of 1775]
1946. Working Class Materials Challenge Creative Artists. in: Daily Worker, Sep 2'46. [Labor Day: what is a writer to write about?]
1946. Dreiser's Short Stories. in: New Masses 60:10(11) Sep 3'46. [A slightly shorter, somewhat edited version of this article appears as Fast's introduction to The Best Short Stories of Theodore Dreiser]. [Seidman F41, (and see: Griffin 1987)]
1946. They're Marching Up Freedom Road. in: New Masses 61:6(20) Nov 5'46. [Southern Youth Legislature meets in Columbia, South Carolina]
1947 (nd). Three Names for Fascists.  pp, 22.5 x 10cm, [on the prison sentences of the eleven Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee Board Members]. Citizens to Defend the Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee. New York.
1947. No One to Weep. in: New Masses 62:10(12) Mar 4'47. [to the memory of Greek anti-fascist guerillas]
1947. No Man Can Be Silent. in: New Masses 62:13(12) Mar 25'47. [Americans must speak out for what they believe in]
1947. The World of Langley Collyer. in: New Masses 63:4(6) Apr 22'47. [what America's obsession with the death of the recluse shows about America]
1947. May Day 1947. illustrations by Rockwell Kent. 16 pp, 20.9 cm. United May Day Committee. New York.
1947. Memorial Day Massacre. in: New Masses 63:10(6) Jun 3'47.[part 1 of the story of the Republic Steel Memorial Day Massacre of 1937].
1947. The Broadaxe of Sinclair Lewis. in: New Masses 63:11(23) Jun 10'47. [review of Sinclair Lewis' "Kingsblood Royal"]
1947. They Remember Girdler. in: New Masses 63:11(18) Jun 10'47. (part 2 of the story of the Republic Steel Memorial Day Massacre of 1937).
1947. One Man's Heritage. in: New Masses 65:1(6-7) Sep 30'47. [while the American heritage may include both Thomas Jefferson and Benedict Arnold...]
1948 (Feb). Will Authors Guild Let Gallico Speak for It? in: Daily Worker, Feb 25'48.
1948. Hero's Diary. in: Masses & Mainstream, p.75, Jun.'48. [review of "Notes From the Gallows" by Julius Fuchik].
1948. An Open Letter to the American People. in: Masses & Mainstream, inside covers, Jul.'48. [on the refusal of the Supreme Court to
hear the appeal of the JARC].
1949. An Epitaph for Sidney. in: Howard Fast: Departure and Other Stories 56-77 (22pp). (first published in Jewish Life). Little, Brown & Co. Boston. [also at: Alan Filreis' "The Literature & Culture of the American 1950s" page]
1949, 1993. An Occurrence at Republic Steel (1937) in: Samuel Hopkins Adams et al, The Aspirin Age: 1919-1941, ed. Isabel Leighton, 1949; 1993. ix,491 pp, 22 cm, (a revised and enlarged version of Memorial Day Massacre and They Remember Girdler, New Masses, June 3 & 10, 1947). Simon & Schuster. New York.
1949 (Feb). The Judge -- A Portrait. (A Day at Foley Square with Howard Fast). in: Daily Worker, Feb 1'49.
1949. Medina Suddenly Turns Sweet Before Jury Panel. in: Daily Worker, Mar 11'49.
1949. Howard Fast Revisits Foley Sq. in: Daily Worker, May 30'49.
1949. 'Why I Write So Much About Judge Medina'. in: Daily Worker, Jun 27'49.
1949. Howard Fast's Eyewitness Account of Fascist Mob's Attack. in: Daily Worker, Aug 30'49.
1949. Howard Fast's Peekskill Affidavit. in: Daily Worker, Sep.13'49.
1949. Peekskill. in: Masses & Mainstream 2:10(3) Oct'49
1950. Howard Fast: On Going To Prison. in: Daily Worker, Jun 5'50.
1950. Reply to Critics. in: Masses and Mainstream p.53, Dec'50. (on criticism of the historical accuracy of The Proud and the Free).
1951 (nd). Spain and Peace. 16 pp, 21.6 cm, ill. "The cover drawing is from an original executed especially for this pamphlet by Pablo Picasso". Joint Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee. New York. [Seidman F51]
1951. Greetings to Foster. in: Masses & Mainstream p.31, Mar'51
1951. May Day - 1951. United Labor and People's Committee for May Day. New York.
1951 (nd). Bulwark of Peace. in: We Pledge Peace: A Friendship Book. 100 pp, 21.3 x 28 cm, [one of 300 statements encouraging peaceful coexistence] (p.43). The Friendship Book. San Francisco.
1951 (nd). Crisis No. 1. (unbound)  pp, 23 cm, "Recently they arrested seventeen working class leaders in New York ... because they were Communists." Civil Rights Congress. New York.
1951 (nd). Crisis No. 2. (unbound)  pp, 23 cm, " ... it became necessary that some sort of fund be provided and a bail fund was set up by a group of public-minded citizens. They established, then, the Civil Rights Bail Fund." Civil Rights Congress. New York.
1951 (nd). Crisis No. 3. (unbound)  pp, 23 cm, "Recently the Supreme Court ... refused to grant a rehearing to the 11 convicted Communist leaders..." Civil Rights Congress. New York.
1951. Waterfront Morning. in: Masses & Mainstream p.43-45, Dec'51. [Queen Mary strike]
1952. Save the Rosenbergs! in: Masses & Mainstream
1954. Why the Fifth Amendment? in: Masses & Mainstream 7:2(44-50) Feb'54. [on the history and meaning of the Fifth Amendment].
1954. On Receiving the Stalin Peace Award. in: Masses & Mainstream 7:5(35-37) May'54. [text of Fast's acceptance speech for the 1953 prize, April 22, 1954].
1956. The Current Scene. Incident at a University . in: Daily Worker, Apr 3'56. [a literary test "confirms" that Fast is not a communist].
1956. The Current Scene: Capital Punishment. in: Daily Worker, Apr 5'56. [reaffirming Fast's total opposition to capital punishment].
1956. The Current Scene. Ethics and Criticism. in: Daily Worker, Apr 10'56. [why the right-wing press doesn't review left-wing works].
1956. The Current Scene: An Eye For Detail. in: Daily Worker, Apr 12, 1956. [on the hypocrisy of "middle class morality"].
1956. The Current Scene. Justice and Death. in: Daily Worker, Apr 16'56. [criticism of Soviet policy under Beria].
1956. The Current Scene: Winds of Fear. in: Daily Worker, Apr 19'56. [on the raid on the Daily Worker].
1956. The Current Scene. The Intellectual. in: Daily Worker, Apr 23'56. [on the relationship between the artist and society].
1956. The Current Scene. Cosmopolitanism. in: Daily Worker, Apr
26'56. [attacking the hypocrisy of the Soviet crime of "cosmopolitanism"].
1956. The Current Scene. The Boss. in: Daily Worker, Apr 30'56. [Robert Moses pushing through the Tavern on the Green parking lot as an example of bossism].
1956. The Current Scene. The Lovable Atom. in: Daily Worker, May 2'56. [Life Magazine's portrayal vs the reality of the Japanese feeling about H-bomb tests].
1956. The Current Scene. What I Believe. in: Daily Worker, May 7'56. ["It was the mighty force of socialism that destroyed Hitler..."].
1956. The Current Scene. On Comparisons. in: Daily Worker, May 10'56. [rejecting the Communist device of "Comparisons"].
1956. The Current Scene. Freud and Science. in: Daily Worker, May 14'56. [openly rejecting the Party's ban on psychoanalysis].
1956. The Current Scene. Petty Villainy. in: Daily Worker, May 21'56. [The republication of Fast's "Dreiser" with J. Farrell introduction] (see also: Joseph Griffen, 1987).
1956. The Current Scene. The Tides of Tomorrow. in: Daily Worker, May 24'56. [Why is the US government unable to comprehend what plain people think and how they will react?].
1956. The Current Scene. The Disclaimer. in: Daily Worker, May 28'56. [On disclaiming Communist association whenever undertaking any decent or humanistic act].
1956. The Current Scene. The Madmen. in: Daily Worker, May 31'56. [on the insanity of the nuclear arms race].
1956. The Current Scene, The Need to Believe. in: Daily Worker, June 4'56. [For ten years, we have been lied to, believed the lies...].
1956. The Current Scene, Dialogue. in: Daily Worker, June 7'56. [explaining the arrest of seven communists in Massachusetts...].
1956. The Current Scene: Man's Hope. in: Daily Worker, June 12'56. [Fast's last Daily Worker column, reacting to the "secret" Khrushchev speech].
1956. A Letter from Howard Fast. in: Daily Worker, July 27'56, [reply to Lyons' Open Letter to Howard Fast].
1957. My Decision. in: Mainstream, p.29-38 (editor's comment 39-47), Mar'57. [on leaving the Communist party]
1957. On Leaving the Communist Party. (excerpt from The Naked God). in: Saturday Review of Literature, 40(5-17) Nov 16 '57.
1958. A Matter of Validity; what it means to him to be a Jew. in: Midstream 4(7-17) Spring'58.
1958. Classic Capitalism. in: Saturday Review, 41(39) Nov 1'58. [review
of Earl Browder's "Marx and America"].
1958. The Meadows. in: Esquire 50:6(62) Dec'58. [There's a wilderness within sight of Manhattan].
1959. Mind That Moved Three Nations. in: Saturday Review, 42(34) Aug 15'59. [review of Alfred Owen Aldridge's "Man of Reason: The Life of Thomas Paine"].
1964. Scotland for Outsiders. in: Esquire, 61(69) Feb'64.
1966. Drive Your Own Locomotive. in: Esquire, 65:5(36) May'66.
1966. Negro-Jewish Relations in America: A Symposium. in: Midstream 12:10(17-18) Dec'66.
1967. Beauty and Mystery of Stonehenge. in: Saturday Review, 50(52-54) Feb 4'67
1969. In Search of the Welsh. in: Esquire, 72(142) Dec'69.
1990. The Peekskill Riot - Howard Fast's account. from: Being Red (1990) pages 226-239. [also at: Alan Filreis' "The Literature & Culture of the American 1950s" page]
1992. Our Unsingable Anthem. in: Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY) D-3, Dec 6'92.
1992. What Are We Doing? in: The Courier-Journal, Forum, p.13A, Aug.6,1992. (editorial). Louisville, KY.
1992. Free-trade future: the horror. (editorial). in: Providence Journal, Sept.11,1992. Providence, R.I.
1992. Did Washington's Wisecrack Tip the Balance? in: Americana. Dec 1, 1992, v.20, n.5, p6. [Was a bawdy comment by General Washington, as he was about to cross the Delaware, one of those small but crucial turning points in history?].
1993. Inglorious Tale from the Mexican War. in: Americana. Feb 1'93,v.20 n.6, p.6. [During the
war between Mexico and the United States in the 1840's, a U.S. battalion of
Irish immigrants changed sides. Why?]
1993. We could use a 'Populist' alternative to the 2 parties. in: Greenwich Time, Dec.30'93. Greenwich, CT.
1994. The Bobbitt case raises THE important question. in: Greenwich Time, Jan.20'94. Greenwich, CT.
1995. Public discourse part of good life on NPR and PBS. in: Greenwich Time, Mar.2'95. Greenwich, CT.
1945. Fox, Ralph [1900-1937]. The Novel and the People. "An American preface" by Howard Fast. 128 pp, 22 cm, "First published in 1937", 'The most stimulating and exciting book of literary criticism that I have ever read.' HF, preface. (Author died in 1937 'fighting Fascism in Spain.'). International Publishers, 381 Fourth Ave., New York 16, NY.
1945. Paine, Thomas [1737-1809]. The Selected Work of Tom Paine. edited by Howard Fast. xiii, 338 pp, 20.8 cm, "first edition", [black cloth, gold lettering, eagle on front cover] (see: Who Was Tom Paine?). Duell, Sloan & Pearce. New York.
1947 (1974). Gorky, Maxim. Mother. introduction by Howard Fast (v-vii). 406 pp, 20.2 cm, pbk, 2nd ptg, Citadel Press. Secaucus, NJ.
1947. Dreiser, Theodore [1871-1945]. The Best Short Stories of Theodore Dreiser. edited with an introduction, by Howard Fast. 349 pp, 22 cm, 1st, (Fast's introduction first appeared as an article in the Sept.3,1946 issue of New Masses, entitled Dreiser's Short Stories. The introduction is a slightly shorter, somewhat edited version) (see also: Joseph Griffin, 1987). The World Publishing Company. Cleveland; New York.
1953. Marion, George. Stop the Press! Being Volume 1 of the Next Hundred Years. introduction by Howard Fast (p.7-9). 224 pp, pbk, Fairplay Publishers. New York.
1961. Paine, Thomas. The Rights of Man. introduction by Howard Fast, illustrations by Lynd Ward. xvi, 269,  pp, 32 cm, col. ill. (edition limited to 1500 copies, bound in 3/4 red cloth, mottled boards, in a case). Printed for the members of the Limited Editions Club at the Stinehour Press. Lunenburg, Vt.
1985. Leitner, Isabella, with Irving A. Leitner. Saving the fragments: from Auschwitz to New York. introduction by Howard Fast. xii, 131 pp, 22.4 cm, New American Library. New York. ISBN: 0-453-00502-0.
1993. Sabin, Arthur J. [1930-]. Red Scare in Court: New York versus the International Workers Order. foreword by Howard Fast. xviii, 369 pp, 24 cm, bibl. refs, index. University of Pennsylvania Press. Philadelphia. ISBN: 0812231899.
1995. Fast, Bette. The Sculpture of Bette Fast. foreword by Howard Fast. Introduction by M.E. Sharpe. 56 pp, 28 cm, pbk, 1st edition, M.E. Sharpe. Armonk, N.Y. ISBN: 1563245876.
1946. with William Gropper. Never to Forget: The Battle of the Warsaw Ghetto.  pp, 13.5 x 21 cm, ill. Book League of Jewish Peoples Fraternal Order, I.W.O. New York.
1950. To Nazim Hikmet. in: Masses & Mainstream, Oct'50, pp 8-9
1950. October Revolution. in: Masses & Mainstream, Nov'50, p 12
1951-2 (nd). Korean Lullaby.  w. covers pp, 20 cm, (25¢), ill.covers (Keller). Contents: Korean lullaby, Korean litany, A song of peace. American Peace Crusade. New York.
1954. The Poet in Philadelphia. "for Walter Lowenfels, guilty under the Smith Act" (p.82-86). in: Alexander Trachtenberg et al: Looking Forward; sections of works in progress.224 pp, 20.1 cm, International Publishers. New York.
About Howard Fast
1942. Van Doren, Carl. [Foreword to The Last Frontier]. in: The Last Frontier. Press of the Reader's Club.
1943. Benoit, Alan. Citizen Tom Paine. in: New Masses, Jul 6'43.
1946. Van Doren, Carl. [Introduction to Citizen Tom Paine]. in: Citizen Tom Paine. World Pub. Co. Cleveland.
1946. Sillen, Samuel. Attack on Howard Fast's Book (The American). in: Daily Worker, Jul 29'46.
1947. anon. School Ban Asked on 'Citizen Paine'. in: NY Times, Feb. 5'47 (26). [Book is Declared Undesirable in Superintendent's Report to Board of Education].
1947. anon. Two Groups Protest Ban on 'Tom Paine'. in: NY Times, Feb. 26'47 (27).
1947. anon. Education Board Bans 'Paine' Book. in: NY Times, Feb. 27'47 (18). [Lone Dissenter Declares that 'Lascivious Passages are Quickly Forgotten'].
1947. anon. Teachers Are Held Political Censors. in: NY Times, May 18'47 (6). [Many Would Bar Some Papers Under Guise of 'Scandal,' School Official Says].
1947. anon. Columbia Bars Talk on Campus By Fast. in: NY Times, Dec. 5'47 (18).
1947. anon. Ban By Columbia On Fast Condemned. in: NY Times, Dec. 6'47 (13).
1947. anon. Two More Colleges Bar Fast Address. in: NY Times, Dec. 11'47 (7). [Brooklyn and City Follow Columbia Lead as Portests Over Free Speech Rise].
1947. anon. Fast to Address Rally. in: The New York Times, p. 35, Dec 12'47. [banned at Brooklyn College, Fast will speak at adjacent high school].
1947. anon. Hunter Bars Fast; N.Y.U. Permits Talk. in: The New
York Times, p. 17, Dec 13'47.
1947. anon. Academic Freedom? in: The New York Times, Sec.4 p.2E, Dec 14'47. [On controversy of Fast's ban as speaker at NY colleges].
1947. anon. 100 at Columbia Hear Communist. in: The New York
Times, p. 35, Dec 18'47. [Johnson says Columbia violated Fast's rights]
1947. anon. Fast Finds Forum on N.Y.U. Campus. in: The New York
Times, p. 52, Dec 19'47.
1948. Kahn, Albert E. Treason in Congress, the Record of the Un-American Activities Committee. introduction by O. John Rogge, former Asst. Attorney General. 32 pp, pbk, (persecution by HUAC of Gerhart Eisler, Howard Fast, J.H. Lawson...). Progressive Citizens of America. New York
1948 (Jul). Gardner, Virginia. Hollywood Writers 'Stand In' for Anti-Fascists at Rally. in: Daily Worker, Jul 2'48.
1948 (Aug). Biberman, Herbert. The Artist -- Conscience of the People. in: Daily Worker, Aug 30'48.
1948 (Nov). North, Joseph. The 11 Who Kept Faith. (Victims of the 80th Congress). in: Daily Worker, Nov 17'48.
1949. Rubin, Barnard. Fast's Stories. in: Masses & Mainstream, pp 84-86,
Oct '49. [review of Fast's "Departure and Other Stories"]
1949. anon. Freedom Is Indivisible - Howard Fast. in: Daily Worker, Nov 10'49.
1949. anon. The Thief's Victims: A National Honor Roll. in: Daily Worker, Dec 2'49.
1950. anon. Forum on Negro in U.S. Theatre Tonite With Ward, Fast, Childress, Rubin. in: Daily Worker, Feb 24'50.
1950. anon. [Shoulder-to-Shoulder Concert notice]. in: Daily Worker, Mar 24'50.
1950. anon. Howard Fast Hits U.S. Policies. in: NY Times, p.10, Apr 2'50. [On Fast's statement regarding the suicide of Professor F.O. Matthiessen]
1950. anon. 25 Victims to Ask Top Court Rule Against Un-Americans. in: Daily Worker, Apr 4'50.
1950. anon. Howard Fast, Mother Bloor Head Whitman Peace Festival. in: Daily Worker, May 26'50.
1950. anon. Soviet Writers Reply to Howard Fast's Appeal. in: Daily Worker, Jun 12'50.
1950. anon. On Stage: Howard Fast's First Play, 'The Hammer' Opens Sept. 8. in: Daily Worker, Aug 9'50.
1950. anon. Howard Fast, Dr. Bradley Free After Serving 3-Month Term. in: Daily Worker, Sep 1'50.
1950. anon. Adrian Scott, Howard Fast to Speak at Rally. in: Daily Worker, Sep 4'50.
1950. anon. Opening Night of Howard Fast Play Completely Sold Out. in: Daily Worker, Sep 7'50.
1950. anon. On Stage: Howard Fast's Play Opens Tonite; Tickets Available Sat.-Sun. in: Daily Worker, Sep 8'50.
1950. Lauter, Bob. Fast's Play 'The Hammer' Presented by New Playwrights. in: Daily Worker, Sep 26'50.
1950. Vary, Michael. Exhibit Howard Fast's Books in Many Languages at Jeff School. in: Daily Worker, Oct 5'50.
1950. anon. Passport Denied to Fast, Novelist. in: NY Times, p.2, Nov 8'50. [On Fast's being denied a passport]
1950. anon. Howard Fast Refused Passport for Peace Parley. in: Daily Worker, Nov 9'50.
1950. anon. Columbia Officials Bar Fast at Forum. in: NY Times, p.29, Nov 21'50. [Fast banned again from speaking at Columbia]
1951. Cameron, D. Angus. [official reader's report on Spartacus and accompanying letter to Fast]. (both dated June 27, 1951). [printed on a single onionskin sheet, folded, ts, 28cm, apparently used as publicity for Spartacus. Added at top of report: "Official reader's report by Angus Cameron, written before he was forced out of Little, Brown and Company."].
1953. Ranzal, Edward. McCarthy Lays 'Sabotaging' Of Foreign Policy to 'Voice'. in: NY Times, p. 1, Feb 14,'53. [Fast's testimony at Voice of America hearings]
1953. Trussell, C.P. Dr. Compton Quits as Head of 'Voice'. in: The New York Times, p.1, Feb 19'53. [Fast refuses to say whether he is a Communist in VOA hearing]
1953. Trussell, C.P. Voice Must Drop Works of Leftists. in: The New York Times, p.9, Feb 20'53. [Fast's works must be removed from VOA libraries worldwide]
1954. anon. McCarthy 'Tried' Here; Fast and Coe Assail Senator at Mock Proceeding. in: NY Times, p.33, Jan 7'54. [Fast at mock trial of Sen. Joseph McCarthy]
1954. anon. Laureates of Peace. in: Masses & Mainstream 7:1(8) Jan'54. [editorial congratulating Fast on receiving the 1953 Stalin Peace Prize].
1956. Never Again? in: Time, 67(15) Jun 25'56
1956. Levine, Ben. Suspense Novel By Howard Fast. in: Daily Worker, July 2'56. [review of "The Story of Lola Gregg"].
1956. Rideout, Walter B. The Radical Novel in the United States, 1900-1954: Some Interrelations of Literature and Society. (rpt. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992), pp. 275-285.
1957. Schwartz, Harry. Reds Renounced by Howard Fast; Writer Traces Party Break to Khrushchev Speech. in: NY Times, p.1, Feb 1'57. [On Fast's leaving the Communist Party].
1957. Salisbury, Harrison E. Writers in the Shadow of Communism. (reprinted in The Naked God 186-94). in: NY Times Magazine p.10- Jun 9'57. [Fast's correspondence with Boris Polevoi on his resignation from Party]
1957. Howe, Irving. A Captive Not Quite Freed. in: The New Republic, Dec.16'57, p.18. [Review of The Naked God]
1959. Meisler, Stanley. The Lost Dreams of Howard Fast.in: The Nation, 188(498-500) May 30'59
1961. Aaron, Daniel. Writers on the Left: Episodes in American Literary Communism. (1961; rpt. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992, p. 311, 286-90).
1963. Eisinger, Chester. Fiction of the Forties. 392 pp, 23 cm, 1st, pp 90-93 of Chapter Four: Fiction and the Liberal Reassessment. (an uncomplimentary analysis of Fast's writing as an example of 'Communist writing'). University of Chicago Press. Chicago.
1966. Latham, Earl. The Communist Controversy in Washington; from the New Deal to McCarthy. viii,446 pp, 24 cm, 1st edition, summarizes Fast's appearance before the Committee with regard to VOA. Harvard University Press. Cambridge MA.
1969. Seidman, Joel (compiler). Communism in the United States: a bibliography. Cornell University Press. Ithaca, NY.
1970. Haight, Anne Lyon. Banned Books; informal notes on some books banned for various reasons at various times and in various places. x, 166 pp, 23 cm, 3rd, Citizen Tom Paine: p 89. R.R. Bowker. New York. ISBN: 835202046.
1971. Campenni, Frank. Citizen Howard Fast: A Critical Biography. 587 pp, Ph.D. thesis. University of Wisconsin. Madison
1972. Genesis (Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Phil Gabriel, Steve Hackett, Mike Rutherford). Get 'em Out by Friday song by the British rock group based on "The Vision of Milty Boil" on their "Foxtrot" album. Virgin Records Ltd.
1975. Untermeyer, Louis. [Foreword to "Time and the Riddle"]. in: Howard Fast, Time and the Riddle. Ward Ritchie. Pasadena, CA.
1975. Campenni, Frank. [Introduction to "Time and the Riddle"]. in: Howard Fast, Time and the Riddle. Ward Ritchie. Pasadena, CA.
1977. Mitford, Jessica. A Fine Old Conflict. 333 pp, 22 cm, p xiii, p 4 (a couple of uncomplimentary paragraphs). Alfred A. Knopf. New York. ISBN:
1980. Campenni, Frank. Cunningham, E.V. in: Twentieth-century crime and mystery writers. John M. Reilly, editor. (& 2nd ed. 1985).xxiv, 1568 pp, 25 cm, (includes a 'resum祠chronology of Fast's life). St. Martin's Press. New York. ISBN: 0-312-82417-3.
1983. Wald, Alan. The Legacy of Howard Fast. in: Radical History, 17 (1983).
1983. Baker, John F. Howard Fast Speaks on a Half Century of Writing. (PW Interviews). in: Publisher's Weekly, 223:64-5 Apr 1'83.
1985. Hanna, Archibald (compiler). A Mirror for the Nation; an annotated bibliography of American social fiction, 1901-1950. (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, Vol 595). xiv, 472 pp, 23 cm, p.116. Garland Publishing. New York. ISBN: 0824087275.
1987. Griffin, Joseph. Howard Fast, James T. Farrell, and "The Best Short Stories of Theodore Dreiser". in: The International Fiction Review, 14:2(79-83).
1987. Smith, Wendy. Fast way to prolific populist prose, The. in: Chicago Sun Times, Feb.22'87, p.27.
1987. Rothstein, Mervyn. Howard Fast in a New Mode with Latest Novel. in: New York Times, Mar.10'87, C16
1987. anon. Howard Fast. in: Manhattan, Jun-Aug 1987, pp 61-64.
1989. Buckley, William F. Mr. Fast Explains. in: National Review, February 24, 1989, pp. 62-63. [Fast's arguments against anti-abortionists aren't "logical"]
1990. Wald, Alan. Fast, Howard (b. 1914). in: Encyclopedia of the American Left, ed. Mari Jo Buhle, Paul Buhle, and Dan Georgakas (New York: Garland, 1990), pp. 219-220.
1990. Rubinowitz, Susan. Author reflects on years as a communist. in: Greenwich Time, Nov'14,1990 (A1-A4). Greenwich, CT.
1994. Smith, Kirby F. Symposium Examines Howard Fast's Life and Work. A writer's life in the Cold War: a talk with Howard Fast and more. WWW announcement of 1994 Symposium at the University of Pennsylania.
1994. Traister, Daniel. Being Read: The Career of Howard Fast. (An Exhibition Drawn From The Howard Fast Collection, March 23 - July 1, 1994.
Kamin Gallery, Van Pel-Dietrich Library, University of Pennsylvania). 24 pp, 21.5 cm, pbk, ill. University of Pennsylvania Libraries. Philadelphia.*
1994. Smith, Kirby F. Symposium Examines Howard Fast's Life
and Work. A writer's life in the Cold War: a talk with Howard Fast and more. WWW announcement of 1994 Symposium at the University of Pennsylania.
1995. Wald, Alan and Alan Filreis. A Conversation with Howard Fast, March 23, 1994. edited by Thomas J. Sugrue. in: Prospects: An Annual of
American Cultural Studies. 20(511-523). Cambridge University Press. Cambridge.
1995. Traister, Daniel. Noticing Howard Fast. in: Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies. 20(525-541). Cambridge University Press. Cambridge.
1996. Seed, David. Howard Fast and the Shape of the Political Memoir. 11 pp, 29.7 cm, ms, paper presented at the 1996 NASA Conference, June 5-7, 1996 "Writing Lives: American Biography and Autobiography, Roosevelt Study Center, Middelburg, the Netherlands (announced as "The Crisis of Autobiography in Howard Fast"). University of Liverpool (to be published with conference papers, 1997). Liverpool
1996. Nevins, Francis M. Man in the Middle: Unsung Classic of the Warren Court. in: University of San Francisco Law Review. 30th Anniversary. Vol. 30, No. 4, Summer 1996. pp 1097-1110
1997. Selwyn, Amy. The word ... and Howard Fast. online article. The Standard Times 8-24-97 & The Detroit News 8-30-97.
1998. Goodman, Amy and Jeremy Scahill. Interview With Howard Fast. Pacifica Radio's Democracy Now, April 8, 1998.