We’re intending many future publications. This section will list all the ones related to Queens and Cincinnati history that we have written or have been mentioned in.
- Andres, Sean. “Sean Andres: Marketer, Writer, and Former Educator.” [Interview.] Ball State English Department. 2017.
- Here, I talk about what I’ve done and how my undergrad in English Education led me to where I am today! I talked a lot about the Piatt team, and it was cut.
- Renker, Elizabeth. The Early Poems of Sarah Morgan Bryan (Piatt) in the New York Ledger, 1857-1860 [Columbus, OH], Ohio State University, 2019.
- Dr. Renker acknowledges S.E. Andres’s major discovery in the Xian Repository in the complete Piatt poems in the New York Ledger public project.
- Renker, Elizabeth. Realist Poetics in American Culture, 1866-1900. Oxford University Press. Oxford, UK. Gordon Hutner, Ed. 2018. (Amazon, OUP)
- In colleague Dr. Elizabeth Renker’s 2018 book, S.E. Andres is also mentioned in the footnotes for his discovery of a large chunk of Sallie M Bryan poetry (later Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt). To note, Dr. Renker also discusses the poetry of S.E.’s favorite…Priscilla Jane Thompson! We both had been recovering her at the same time without talking about it!
- Renker, Elizabeth. “Research Spotlight: Elizabeth Renker.” [Interview.] The Ohio State University Department of English. 26 Feb 2019.
- S.E. Andres (and sometimes Chelsie) has been working extensively with a team of Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt scholars (known as the second-wave Piatt scholars), Ohio State University, and Piatt Castles to get Piatt’s name and work back into public knowledge. While I’ve been drowning in research (partly for this very project of ours), discovering poems and the only published narrative piece by Piatt, I’ve also been learning a lot of politics through her and how to effectively research by investigating a little-known figure. My role, as the marketing expert, to to help bring her to the public in as many ways as possible.
- “with S.E. Andres, a marketing professional in Cincinnati who avidly researches Piatt as an avocation and who recently made a major discovery of poems previously unknown to anyone”