BOOKS Carolina Mountain Song. By Anne Blythe. Novel, published by XLibris Press. 2011. Outdoor Adventures in the Upcountry. Essay by Anne Blythe (Emma Chisolm), "Flyfishing and the Art of a Woman's Healing." Hub City Press, Spartanburg, Sc. November 2010. Blood of My Blood, by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings. Edited and with a Foreword by Anne Blythe Meriwether. Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida, 2002. Rawlings' "lost" first book. Circle of Inheritance: A History of Colonial South Carolina. Teacher and Viewer Guide. By Anne Blythe Meriwether. Columbia, SC: South Carolina Educational Television, 1999. A Woman Rice Planter, by Elizabeth Allston Pringle ("Patience Pennington"). Edited and with an introduction by Anne M. Blythe. Columbia, SC: The Seajay Society, 1991. Reissued as Vol. II of The Collected Writings of Elizabeth Allston Pringle by The Reprint Company, Spartanburg, S.C., 1991. Rab and Dab,by Elizabeth Allston Pringle. Edited and with an introduction by Anne Blythe. Columbia, SC: The Seajay Press, 1985. Reissued as Vol. I of The Collected Writings of Elizabeth Allston Pringleby The Reprint Company, Spartanburg, SC, 1986.
Ed. "A Letter from William Gilmore Simms to Professor William James Rivers," in The Simms Review, Vol. 2, No.3, University of Georgia: 1995.
"Kate Chopin's 'Charlie."' In Kate Chopin Reconsidered. Edited by Lynda S. Boren and Sara deSaussure Davis. Louisiana State University Press, 1992.
"William Gilmore Simms's Cassique of Kiawah: Art as Instruction." In Festschrift in Memory of T.C. Duncan Eaves, ed. John C. Guilds, University of Arkansas Press, 1989.
"The Life and Works of Elizabeth Allston Pringle," in The Proceedings and Papers of the Greenville Historical Society, 1984-1990. Vol. VIII, pp. 124-132, 1990.
Review of Selected Poems of William Gilmore Simms, edited by James E. Kibler. The South Carolina Historical Society Magazine,Charleston, 1991.
Review of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings: A Descriptive Bibliography, by Rodger L. Tarr. The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, March 1998, pp. 95-97.
"Elizabeth Allston Pringle: Her Life, Work, and Writings." South Atlantic Modern Language Association, Fall, 1986.
"The Narrative Craft of Elizabeth Allston Pringle." Association of Documentary Editing Conference, Fall, 1987.
"Southern American Women Writers: A Study in Realism." Lecture, American Embassy, Cairo, Egypt, February 1987.
"Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' Unpublished First Book." First annual conference of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Society, Spring 1988.
"Louisa Cheves McCord: Nineteenth-century Plantation Mistress and Manager." First Southern Conference in Women's History, Converse College, Summer, 1988.
"Carolina Howard Gilman: Northerner by Birth, Southerner by Adoption." Columbia Four O'Clock Club, Fall, 1989.
"'When Passions Rise, May Reason be the Guide"': South Carolina Women Writers 1750-1920." Annual Meeting of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in South Carolina. Spring 1990.
"'Yours from the Wilderness': The Letters of Phoebe Apperson Hearst and Elizabeth Allston Pringle." Georgetown Historical Society Annual Meeting, Spring 1990.
"Elizabeth Allston Pringle: Minister to the Wilderness." (The Anglican tradition in post-Reconstruction South Carolina.) The Anglican Society, Columbia, SC, Spring 1992.
"Ben Robertson: A Call for a Collected Edition of his Writings." Ben Robertson Symposium, Clemson University, Winter 1993.
"William Gilmore Simms's Least Known Publication." William Gilmore Simms Society, University of Arkansas, Spring 1994.
"Lady Gardeners of the Colonial South." Paper delivered to the Greenville/Spartanburg Committees of the Colonial Dames of America. Greenville, South Carolina, May, 1996.
"Elizabeth Allston Pringle, Writer/Rice Planter: Continuing the Agrarian Tradition in the South." Seminar, First Summer Institute, The Southern League, June 1996.
"Meta Carpenter Wilde & William Faulkner: The One Complete Love of His Life." William Faulkner Centenary Conference, Rome, Italy. October 1997. Also delivered a longer version at the William Gilmore Simms/William Faulkner Conference, New Orleans, LA, 1987.
"The Cost of Love: Faulkner and Meta, Estelle and Jill." William Faulkner and Southern History, the Centennial Conference, November 1997. Coastal Carolina University, Myrtle Beach, SC.
"Edna St. Vincent Millay: A Renascence." Paper delivered to the National Assocition of the Colonial Dames of America, Greenville, SC. May 2002.
"A Remarkable Friendship: the Correspondence of Elizabeth Allston Pringle and Phoebe Apperson Hearst, 1914-1919." Tuesday Study Club, Greenville, Sc. March 2005.
"The Lore & Legends & History of Gemstones." Tuesday Study Club, 2010.
"Life, Times, & Writings of Gwen Bristow." DAR meeting, Greenville, SC 2010 & Marion County Library, home of
Bristow, March 20II.
"Josephine Pinckney & the Charleston Renaissance."
Fall 20 I 0, Tuesday
"Flyfishing and the Art of a Woman's Healing."
Mountain Trout Association, March 2011.
"The History of
Tuesday Study Club, 2010.
"The Art of Making a
Tuesday Study Club, 2011.
"Elizabeth Allston Pringle: The Life in
Clemson Women's Study conference, DeBordieu
Island Country Club, March 2011.