“THIS AND THAT: The Classroom.” The Bakery, February 2013.
“THIS AND THAT: Publishing Djuna Barnes.” The Bakery, January 2013.
“THIS AND THAT: Sifting Through New York State Poets In The Schools.” The Bakery, November 2012.
THIS AND THAT: Bill Gratwick.” The Bakery, December 2012.
“Introduction.” Love Rise Up,
An Anthology, Poems of Social Justice, Protest & Hope,
Edited by Steve Fellner and Phil E. Young. Hopkins, Minnesota: Benu Press, 2012.
The New York State Literary Center’s Jimmy Santiago Baca Library, Writing and Publishing Center at Monroe County Jail. The Prison Arts Coalition, March 7, 2009.
“I Want to Write.” Chalkboard. New York: New York Foundation for the Arts, 2008.
“Sing In Me, Muse: Using Ancient Greek Poetry.” Classics In the Classroom: Using Great Literature to Teach Writing. New York: Teachers and Writers Collaborative, 1999.
“Speaking Back.” Afterimage. Rochester, New York: Visual Studies Workshop. Summer 1996.
“Let Me Tell You.” The New York Times, November 5, 1994.
“Cathy Kuhlmeier et al: Constraints on Freedom of Expression.” FYI. New York: The New York Foundation for the Arts, Volume 7, Number 4, 1992.
“Why Heavy Metal Is Music To Their Ears.” Gannett Newspapers. Rochester, New York: August 26, 1991.
Selected Publications About Dale Davis
Sally Parker. “Behind Bars, parents work to build a family bond.” Rochester Beacon, December 10, 2018.
Helene Biandudi. “Youth Inmates Share Their Stories.” WXXI News, December 30, 2011.
Sarah Lentini, “Breaking Through New York State Literary Center’s Dale Davis, Metropolitan, Winter 2011.
Mark Hare. “For these youths, hip-hop is key to self-discovery.” Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, September 10, 2006.
Patricia Corrigan. “Hip-Hop Around the Clock.” St. Louis Post Dispatch, April 21, 2004.
Ron Netsky. “Soul Speech.” City. Rochester, New York. March 25 – April 21, 1997.
John Katz. “Listening To The Beavis and Butt-Head Lobby. New York Magazine . June 15 1994.