Asaeli, Larisa S. “Mary Dwinell Chellis Lund (1826-1891).” Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 31, no. 1 (2014): 78–88. Profile of an important author for the National Temperance Society and Publication House of New York.
Russell, Herbert. “Enduring Epitaphs.” Illinois Heritage 17, no. 1 (February 1, 2014): 11–12. Notes how the representations of drug and alcohol abuse in Edgar Lee Masters’ Spoon River Anthology (1915) changed the perception of life in rural American villages and influenced later writers such as Sherwood Anderson and Thornton Wilder.
McGowan, Philip. “AA and the Redeployment of Temperance Literature.” Journal of American Studies 48, no. 1 (February 2014): 51–78. doi:10.1017/S0021875813000029. Compares “publication materials from the temperance and Prohibition periods with the Big Book to show how AA’s narrative antidotes to the traumas of modernity (sited in alcohol abuse) were as much the product of premodernist and turn-of-the-century hysteria as they were an attempt to write a new chapter in America’s relationship with alcohol based on contemporary medical and social research.”
Adams, Henry. “Mother Booze’s Nursery Rhymes.” Archives of American Art Journal 52, no. 3/4 (Fall 2013): 4–9. On the work of abstract artist Charles Green Shaw (1892-1974) and its relationship to his books of nursery rhyme parodies, “Mother Booze’s Nursery Rhymes” and “Rhymed Recipes.”