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In Company, An Anthology of New Mexico Poets After 1960, Lee Bartlett, V.B. Price, Dianne Edwards, Editors, University of New Mexico Press, 2004. I Was Going to Be, Human Non-Sequitur, History of Myself, Our Red Wheelbarrow, Sarcophagus.

Chokecherries 1999, a S.O.M.O.S. Anthology, Society of the Muse of the Southwest, 2000, Lorraine Lener Ciancio, Editor, All of Love.

TumbleWords, Writers Reading the West, William L. Fox, Editor, University of Nevada Press, 1995. Thatsapoem.

New Mexico Poetry Renaissance, Sharon Niederman and Miriam Sagan, Editors, Foreward by Robert Creeley, Red Crane Books, 1994. The House That Makes It So, Human Non-Sequitur, All Of Love.

Unexpected Events: Poems from Writers in New Mexico, edited by Jim Harris, Hawk Press, 1984. Shaman Song, The Skull of Paradise, Household Poet, Placitas Winter, Placitas Spring.

The Face of Poetry, 2nd edition, edited by La Verne Clark, Heidelberg Graphics, 1979. The Poet's Appeal, Clown Song.

The Indian Rio Grande, edited by Gene Frumkin and Stanley Noyes, Albuquerque, 1977, Jane Russell, My Wife.

Voices from the Rio Grande, edited by Rudolfo Anaya and David Johnson, Rio Grande Writers Association, 1976, Prayer to Get Our Land, Art Kept Secret.


Online Publications

6 Broadsides from the 70's, a duende book digital release 2010

Salt River Review, Spring 2010, 3 Poems.

Beatlick News , April 05 Vol II issue 25, Easter Sunday 2000."

Hamilton Stone Review, Spring, 2004, Real Reach.

Salt River Review, Winter, 2002-2003, For the Cowboy Buddha On His 67th Birthday.

Santa Fe Poetry Broadside, Issue #48,Unlocked, Poems by Larry Goodell mostly for Lenore, Lenore Goodell 'Grounded' Photographs and 1 Poet, 1980's.'


Reviews and Articles

Graves Registry by Keith Wilson, a review, Blue Mesa Review, Number Five, Spring 1993.

"A Tour de Force of the Dead," a review of Going Home Away Indian by Leo Romero, and Eagle Visioned/Feathered Adobes by Ricardo Sànchez, a review, Fall issue of Puerto del Sol, Volume 27, No. 2, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico, 1991.

Outlying Districts by Anselm Hollo, Albuquerque Journal, July 14, 1990.

Lion's Gate by Keith Wilson, "Backfire #4," Southwestern Discoveries, Vol 2 Issue 1 Jun-Aug 1988.

Get Some Fuses for Your House by Bobby Byrd, "Backfire #3," Southwestern Discoveries, Vol 1 Issue 3 Oct-Dec 1987.

Defense Mechanism by David Benedetti, "Backfire #2," Southwestern Discoveries, Vol 1 Issue 2 Mar-Jun 1987.

Winners on the Pass Line by Dagoberto Gilb, Backyard Poems by Joseph Somoza, "Backfire #1," Southwestern Discoveries, Vol 1 Issue 1 Nov 1986.

"Notes on Performance and Narrative Art," (1Nov80), Exquisite Corpse, Vol.3/No.11-12/Nov-Dec 1985, page 8.

"Molson's Last Jerk" by Elmo Acadork, Ph.D. (Larry Goodell), and "They All Write," Exquisite Corpse, Vol.2/No.5-7/May-July 1984, pages 5 & 16.

Clouds and Red Earth by Gene Frumkin, a review, Rio Grande Writers Newsletter, Spring 1982.

Leaving Taos by Robert Peterson, a review, Rio Grande Writers Newsletter, Summer 1981.

"Screwy the Poet," a cartoon, Blue Yonder, 1981, reprinted in Firecracker Soup.

Greg Tucker: "It's a Riot," an art review, September 1980, Artspace 1980.


"Talking Poetry," Magritte Cafe Lecture Series, Tucson, Arizona, 1990.

"Poetry Today in America," lecture and panel discussion, National Poetry Week in Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1990.

"Southwestern Poetry," with Tony Hillerman, Rio Grande Writers Association, 1988.


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Here On Earth, 59 Sonnets, 96 pp, La Alameda Press, Alameda, New Mexico, 1996.

Out of Secrecy, poems by Larry Goodell, 22 pp, Yoo-Hoo Press, Farmington, NM, 1992.

Firecracker Soup, poems 1980-1987, 103pp, Cinco Puntos Press, El Paso, 1990.

Dawn Ladder, a long poem, San Marcos Press Chapbook, 1981?

Sunlove Gypsy, a long poem, duende press, 1967.

Cycles, author's first book, edited and with a forward by William Harris, duende press, 1966.


Audio Tapes

The Mad New Mexican, Songs 1981-86, Albuquerque, Ubik Sound, 1986, "Take Me For A Walk In Placitas," "New Mexico Love Song," "Big Ronnie's Watching You," "Thunderbird," "Donkey Turd Serenade" "Academic Gold," and other songs.

Laundromat #2, Phoenix, 1985, "Household Poet: Why Poets Are So Rich."

Pecos Bill, a Poetry-play for 5 voices (85 minutes), based on the legend, 1979 Radio Performance Project, available from KUNM-FM, Albuquerque.



Larry Goodell, 17 minutes of interviews and poems produced by Matthew Sneddon and De Colores, KNME-TV, filmed in Placitas, 1990.

National Poetry Week IV, a sampling, "Serious Art," filmed in Santa Fe, October 1990. Available from the National Poetry Association. Also: Videos at UCSD & University of New York, Buffalo.

Photo B.Christensen, ThunderBird Bar in Placitas, NM, an elaborate poetry event, reading from Ometeotl Trilogy 1978 (unpublished).

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