Other literary forms
“A Dirty Hand”: The Literary Notebooks of Winfield Townley Scott (1969) is a collection of the notes Winfield Townley Scott made about people (including other poets), places, and events. His Exiles and Fabrications (1961) is a collection of essays on Newport, Rhode Island, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, as well as commentary on Edwin Arlington Robinson, Amy Lowell, Booth Tarkington, Mark Twain, and Emily Dickinson. Alpha Omega (1971) is Scott’s account of his Newport boyhood, to which some late poems were added. He also wrote several critical essays as well as countless book reviews for the Providence Journal, the New York Herald-Tribune, and The New York Times. He edited a collection of Emily Dickinson’s poems, Letter to the World (1966), and Oliver La Farge’s The Man with the Calabash Pipe (1966). Scott also compiled the Poems of Robert Herrick (1967).