The Mary MacLane Project

The definitive website on the life and work of the pioneering feminist writer, film-maker, and media personality Mary MacLane (1881-1929)

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Follow Michael R. Brown's blog here for updates on the site and the Project.

Site Map

This site's purpose is provide a place where everyone, from first-time readers to established fans, can learn about Mary MacLane, read more of her writing, learn about new aspects of the Project, and connect to the Facebook community. Toward that end, here's a complete map of the site and, after that, a list of select other pages and sites.

Site visitors have been especially interested in our largest-ever gallery of photos of/related to Mary MacLane, so see below.

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Who is MaryThe ProjectThe WebsiteHer WorksReactionsBiography in BriefSocial Media

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Photos - by herselfwith othersher silent moviemovie adsher handwritingpeople in her lifeartwork, cartoons, street photos, graffitinewspaper and magazine itemsbook covers and pagesplaces in her life

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Michael R. BrownPhilip LipsonVirginia R. Terris

Reactions, Present and Past - directory page
Critics (present and past) ● Press (present and past) ● Readers (present and past) ● Scholars (present and past) ● Writers (present and past)

Works by Mary MacLane and Others - directory page
Books (by Mary - books in preparation - books by others) ● Interviews with Mary ● Journalism by Mary ● Mary's personal letters ● Letters by others (in development) ● Movie by Mary ● Movies by othersVideosPlay by Mary MacLane ● Plays and Performances by others

Other Sites and Pages on Mary MacLane

Wikipedia in English, French, Spanish, ItalianEncyclopaedia BritannicaPetrara Press (Michael R. Brown's firm publishing authoritative MM editions) ● Abernathy & Brown (legacy site of first MM anthology) ● Editions du sous sol (publ. of French trans. Que le diable m’emporte, 2018) ● Seix Barral (publ. of Spanish trans. Deseo que venga el Diablo, 2015) ● Forlaget Basilisk (publ. of Danish trans. Mary MacLanes fortaelling, 2013) ● Melville House (publ. of reissues of I Await the Devil's Coming and I, Mary MacLane, both 2013) ● Librivox (free audio editions of MacLane's books, various dates) ● Riverbend Publishing (Montana republisher of The Story of Mary MacLane AKA I Await the Devil's Coming, 2002) ● Charles H. Kerr (republisher of The Story of Mary MacLane AKA I Await the Devil's Coming, ed. Penelope Rosemont, 1997) ● Columbia Women Film Pioneers Project pageIMDbMary MacLane Room at Hodgens Ryan Mansion, Butte, Montana ● Find A Grave

Her Books in Print

I Await the Devil's Coming AKA The Story of Mary MacLane (1902) - included in Human Days: A Mary MacLane Reader and Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Sampler
In English: Petrarca Press (unexpurgated text, with intro and notes) ● Melville House (publ. text with intro by Jessa Crispin) ● Riverbend Publishing (publ. text with intro by Julia WatsonCharles H. Kerr (publ. text with additional material by Harriet Monroe and Clarence Darrow, intro by Penelope Rosemont) ● publ. text at Google Books
In French: publ. text at Editions do sous sol (trans. Hélène Frappat)
In Spanish: publ. text at Seix Barral (trans. with intro. by Luna Miguel)
In Danish: publ. text Fortlaget Basilisk (trans. by Harald Voetmann)
Audio (English): publ. text at Librivox ● Librivox recording on YouTube

My Friend Annabel Lee (1903) - publ. text included in Human Days: A Mary MacLane Reader and Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Sampler
In English: Petrarca Press (unexpurgated text, with intro and notes - in preparation) ● HardPress Publishing (publ. text) ● publ. text at Google Books
Audio (English): publ. text at Librivox (in process) ● Librivox recording on YouTube (in process)

I, Mary MacLane (1917) - publ. text included in Human Days: A Mary MacLane Reader and Tender Darkness: A Mary MacLane Sampler
In English: Petrarca PressMelville House (publ. text) ● publ. text at Google Books

Audio (English): Librivox ● Librivox recording on YouTube

Books in Preparation

- A Quite Unusual Intensity of Life: The Lives, Worlds, and Works of Mary MacLane - Michael R. Brown's biography of MacLane
- Mary in the Press: Miss MacLane and Her Fame - 1000+-page collection of reactions to MacLane from 1902 to the present
- Mary MacLane: Her Articles and Interviews - a collection of MacLane's words in newspapers and journals
- The Letters of Mary MacLane - a first-ever collection of MacLane's striking private letters and telegrams including never-before published material
- Petrarca Press edition of My Friend Annabel Lee, unexpurgated and annotated
- Norwegian translation of I Await the Devil's Coming by Silje Aanes Fagerlund and Siri Katinka Valdez - details here
- Italian translation of I Await the Devil's Coming by Daniele Zinni

Her Journalism in Print

Click here for full texts of some of her articles and a full listing.

Her Interviews in Print

Click here for lengthy samples of her spontaneous conversations with the press.

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Who is Mary?

Biography in brief, reader reactions past and present, some words on The Project and people involved.

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News/blog, site map, guide to editions in print, reviews past and present, photography/artwork from admirers, more.

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