Books (by date of publication)
Clover All Over: North Carolina 4-H in Action. Raleigh: North Carolina State University, 1984.
Talking about Raleigh: A Bicentennial Oral History, ed. James W. Clark, Jr. Raleigh: North Carolina State University, 1993.
Clover All Over: North Carolinaâ€™s First 4-H Century, 1909-2009. Raleigh, N.C.: Ivy House Pub., 2011.
ArticlesÂ (by date of publication)
â€œLiterature of North Carolina.â€ The Companion to Southern Literature. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2002.
â€œThe Family of North Carolinaâ€™s Brothers Price: An Interview with William S. Price, Jr.â€ North Carolina Literary Review, 25 (2016): 164-78; â€œA Glimpse of â€˜these extraordinary Price brothers,â€™â€ NCLR Online 2016: 40-46.
â€œForever Growing: Our Common Glory Today,â€ Program for 2018 Season of The Roanoke Island Historical Associationâ€™s Production of Paul Greenâ€™s The Lost Colony: 38.
Clark has also been published in the Mark Twain Journal, North Carolina Libraries, North Carolina Folklore, and the Southern Poetry Review.
Articles inÂ Thomas Wolfe Review (by date of publication)
â€œMountain Grillsâ€ Thomas Wolfe Review 8.1 (1983): 69-71.
â€œThe War Between the Gants.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 10.1 (1986): 58-63.
â€œGetting Dick Prosser Right.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 20.2 (1996): 21-31.
â€œGeorge Webberâ€™s Junior Year at Pine Rock College?â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 24.2 (2000): 11-18.
â€œEsther in Dark October.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 25 (2001): 14-22.
â€œReview of Robert Penn Warrenâ€™s Circus Aesthetic and the Southern Renaissance by Patricia Bradley.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 29 (2005): 113-15.
â€œEugene Goes to Sydney.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 31 (2007): 37-46.
â€œWilma Dykeman: Her Time and the River.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 31 (2007): 95-100.
â€œThomas Wolfeâ€™s diagnosis of Leroy dock.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 39 (2015): 31-37.
â€œBeyond â€˜a stone, a leaf, a doorâ€™ in Look Homeward, Angel and O Lost.â€ Thomas Wolfe Review 40 (2016): 41-52.