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“The Jabberwocky Revisited.”  In The New Guest-Room Book, edited by Frank Sheed, 415–418.  New York: Sheed and Ward, 1957.

Joey, A Novel by David A. Tate.”  1970.  Previously unpublished.

Poems.  1970–2013.  Previously unpublished. 

Patient Clients of the Unexpected.  1970–2012.  Previously unpublished.

The Cosmic Jewel: A Mystery Story.  1973.  Previously unpublished.  The Cosmic Jewel.  Appendix: Alternative Ending.

Statement on Martin Charlot’s Proposal for a Mural at Konawaena High School, Kealakekua, Hawaiʻi (1976).  1975.  Previously unpublished.

“A Personal Sketch of Hawaiian Religion.”  Program, Workshop in Hawaiian Religion, April 1–3, 1977.

“Creativity in Hawaiian Religion.”  Talk delivered at the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, June 1979.  Previously unpublished.

Introduction to Images of the Hula: Photographs, by Boone Morrison.  Volcano, HI: 1981.

“Computers and Art.”  1983.  Previously Unpublished. 

Istvan Szabo’s Bali,” “Hawaiian Religion in Hawaii,” “Wedding in White,” “Native Americans,” “Special Sunday Showcase: Local Film and Video Makers.”  In East-West Center Presents the Hawaii International Film Festival, December 2–9, 1984, 17, 38, 83, 86, 87.  Honolulu: Hawaii International Film Festival, n.d. (1984).

“Approaches to the Academic Study of Hawaiian Language and Literature.”  Participant’s packet, Conference on Hawaiian Studies in Education, the Kamehameha Schools, June 17–19, 1985.  Final version released as Classical Hawaiian Education: Generations of Hawaiian Culture; Moses Kuaea Nākuina, Hawaiian Novelist; and Approaches to the Academic Study of Hawaiian Literature and Culture.  CD-ROM.  Lā‘ie, HI: Pacific Institute, Brigham Young University, 2005.

When the Tenth Month Comes…,” “Films of the Pacific,” (with Paul Clark), “Films of the United States,” “Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in America,” “Home Movies and their Uses.”  In Hawaiʻi International Film Festival, November 26–December 8, 1985, 48, 58 f., 62 f., 74, 76, 84.  Honolulu: East-West Center, 1985.

Korean Cinema Today,” “A Tale of Kunisaki.”  In Hawaii International Film Festival, November 30–December 6, 1986, 31–35, 45.  Honolulu: East-West Center, 1986.

Fairy Tale for 17-Year Olds (Vietnam),” “Vietnamese Documentary Films,” “Recent Thai Cinema” (with Boonrak Boonyaketmala).  In Hawaii International Film Festival, November 29–December 5, 1987, 65 f., 67–70, 70 f.  Honolulu: East-West Center, 1987.

Vietnam, The Strangers Meet: The Vietnam Film Project,” “Films of the Pacific.”  In Hawaiʻi International Film Festival, November 27–December 3, 1988, 44–49, 84–87.  Honolulu: The East-West Center, 1988.

“Three Poems for Terri.”  Hawaii Review 12, no. 2 (Fall 1988): 42.

“Day La Lan Dau Tien Toi Duoc Gap Ke Thu… [This is the First Time I've Met the Enemy…],” Tuoi Tre Chu Nhat, Ho Chi Minh City, January 15, 1989, 9.  Vietnamese translation of a letter sent to the Vietnam Cinema Department about the Vietnamese film section of the 1988 Hawaiʻi International Film Festival.

“To All Enjoying This Season!”  Letter of support, Gift Catalogue, 2 (unnumbered).  Honolulu: Rehabilitation Hospital of the Pacific Foundation, 1991.

“In the Land of Cortés and Malinche: Follow-Up Report.”  In In the Land of Cortés and Malinche: Spanish Puebla and Indian Tlaxcala—Encounter of Two Worlds: National Endowment for the Humanities 1992 Summer Institute for University and College Faculty Follow-Up Reports, Spring 1993, edited by Frances Kartunnen, 53–59.  Austin, TX: Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 1993.

“A Personal Homage to Katharine Luomala.”  Rongorongo Studies 3, no. 2 (Winter 1993): 35.