Author with Robert L. McLaughlin of We'll Always Have the Movies: American Cinema During World War II and editor for over 25 years of the Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter.
234American Literature, 1920 To 1945
Sinclair Lewis, American Literature between World War I and World War II, World War II popular culture, Adolescent Series Fiction
Parry, Sally E. Rev. of Beyond Rosie: A Documentary History of Women and World War II. Ed. Julia Brock, Jennifer W. Dickey, Richard J. W. Harker, and Catherine M. Lewis. Journal of American Culture 40.1 (2017): 77-78.
Parry, Sally E. Rev. of Capturing the Women’s Army Corps: The World War II Photographs of Charlotte T. McGraw. Ed. Françoise Barnes Bonnell and Ronald Kevin Bullis. Journal of American Culture 39.2 (2016): 241-42.
Parry, Sally E. Carl Van Vechten and the Harlem Renaissance: A Portrait in Black and White. By Emily Bernard. Journal of American Culture 37.1 (2014): 80-81.
Parry, Sally E. “Boundary Ambiguity and Abortion: Women’s Choices in Sinclair Lewis’s Ann Vickers and Kingsblood Royal.” Sinclair Lewis: New Critical Essays. Ed. James M. Hutchisson. Troy, NY: Whitston, 1997. 68-79.
“Floating above History: The Chums of Chance in Against the Day.” Dime Novel Round-Up 84.1 (2015): 23-33.
Parry, Sally E. “‘Catching the War’: Jessica Swanlake’s Brief Liberation.” Pynchon Notes 50-51 (2002) : 97-107.
Parry, Sally E. “The Clue in the Old Book: Relating Adolescent Fiction to American Culture.” Exercise Exchange 45.2 (2000): 8-10.