by George J. Dance
Funaroff was the editor of the Franklin K. Lane High School magazine in 1929, and the College Student Review in 1932; poetry editor of the New Masses in 1933; of We Gather Strength in 1933, of Partisan Review in 1934, and of Dynamo, a Journal of Poetry in 1935; and associate editor of New Theatre Magazine in 1936.
His poetry was published in Poetry, Scribner’s, Pagany, Nativity, and Left, and anthologized in A Quarto of Modern Literature, edited by Leonard Brown (Scribner's); An Anthology of Proletarian Literature (International Publishers); An American Sketch Book (Macmillan); A New Anthology of Modern Poetry edited by Selden Rodman (Random House), and This Generation, edited by Eda Lou Walton (Scott, Foresman & Co.).
- The Spider and the Clock: Poems. New York: International Publishers, 1938.
- Exile from a Future Time: Posthumous poems. New York: Dynamo, 1943.
- ↑ "Sol Funaroff," Online Books Page, University of Pennsylvania, Library.UPenn.edu, Web, Jan. 8, 2012.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 Urie Funaroff, "My Brother, Sol Funaroff", Modern American Poetry, University of Illinois, English.Illinois.edu, Web, Jan. 8, 2012.
- ↑ Search results = au:Sol Funaroff, WorldCat, OCLC Online Computer Library Center Inc. Web, Aug. 22, 2014.
- "The Road"
- "I Dreamed I Was Master" in Poetry, March 1938
- "What the Thunder Said: A Fire Sermon"
- Songs from Funaroff's musical Tuff Scufflin'
- Sol Funaroff," Online Books Page.
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