Journal Articles and Book Chapters
"Female Power: Corner Stone or Central Subject in Igbo Mask Performance.(2009). Emergent Themes and Methods in African Studies: Essays in Honor of Adiele Eberechukwu Afigbo. Toyin Falola and Adam Paddock, eds. Trenton: Africa World Press: pp.431-446
Militant Femininity in Southern African Poetry: A Discussion of Selected Poems by Micere Mugo and Gladys Thomas. (2008) Power and Nationalism. Toyin Falola and S. Hassan, eds. Durham: Carolina Academic Press, pp. 435-450.
Global encounters: Barbie in Nigerian Agbogho-mmuo mask context. (2007). Journal of African Cultural Studies. Vol. 19, No. 1. 37-54.
Female Power: Corner Stone or Central Subject in Igbo Mask Performance.(2006). Accepted for publication in a book, A Survey of Igbo Nation edited by G. E. K. Ofomata , University of Nigeria, Nsukka.
"Location and Separateness in African and African-American Drama... (2003). Postcolonial Perspective on Women Writers from Africa, the Caribbean, and the US. Martin Japtok, ed. Trenton: Africa World Press, pp. 319-343.
Gazing At Wide Country. (2003). Poetry and Prose in National Association of Women writers Weekly, September 15.
La Litterature africaine et le beauvoirisme: example d'action de femmes et d'ecrivaines (2002). In Delphy, Christine and Sylvia Chaperon, Cinquantenaire Du Deuxieme Sexe , Paris: Syllepse, pp. 259-268.
Beyond Child Abuse.(2001). In Eye to Eye: Women Practicing Development Across Cultures. Celeste Schench and Susan Perry, eds. London: Zed Press, pp. 259-276.
Ogini's Choice: A Novella in Ten parts.(2001). Englishes: Literature Inglesi Contemporanee. No 15 ANNO 5, pp. 105-139.
Sire That Yells, One Nation, and One Tough Head. (2001). In Englishes:Literature Inglesi Contemporanee (Italy), No 15 ANNO 5, pp. 103-104.
Eight Poems published in the Arts and Columns section of The Maine Progressive: a Journal of Politics and Culture. (2001). <http://www.maineprogressive.org/022002/other_poems.html>
Ogini's Choice, (2000). Also published In The Quest For Democracy: Writings on Nigerian Literature in English. F. Rosati, ed. Pescara, Italy: Libreria Dell Universita Editrice, pp. 199-237.
Millenium Note with republication of Sire That Yells, One Nation, One Tough Head.?(2000) . In Englishes: Literature Inglesi Contemporanee (Italy), No 10 ANNO 4, pp. 38-40.
"Chains of Light," and "My Love Grows in Winter." (1999). TurfWRITE: A Creative Writing Journal. (South Africa). Vol. 2, pp. 102-103.
"Vincent Chukwuemeka Ike" (1998). In Postcolonial African Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook.? Pushpa Parekh and Siga Jagne eds. (Westport: Greenwood), pp. 221-227.
"Festus Ikhuoria Ojeaka Iyayi." (1998) . In Postcolonial African Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Critical Sourcebook. Pushpa Parekh and Siga Jagne (Westport: Greenwood), pp. 234-240
"Gender Politics in West African Mask Performance." (1997). Writing African Women: Gender, Popular Culture and Literature in West Africa. Stephanie Newell, ed.? (London: Zed Books), pp. 157-169.
"Rewriting Popular Myths of Female Subordination: Selected Stories by Theodora Adimora Ezeigbo and May Ifeoma Nwoye." (1997)? Writing West African Women: Gender, Popular Culture and Literature in West Africa.? Stephanie Newell, ed. (London: Zed Books), pp. 81-94.
"Umsenge Tree," and "Forests of Guava." (1997).Weekend Observer (Swaziland), p. 10.
"Counter Attack," and ?Maliyaduma Veld.? (1996). Poems in Tyume: Fort Hare Journal of Creative Writing (South Africa), No. 1.
"Theatrical Negotiation of Transformation in No More The Wasted Breed." (1996) . Femi Osofisan: Interpretative Essays I. Muyiwa Awodiya, ed. (Ibadan: Kraft Books), pp. 119-128.
"The Dramatization of Heroism in Igbo Festivals." (1996).?"UNISWA Research Journal (Univ. of Swaziland), Vol. 10, pp. 56 68.
"Bus Ride With Madam Osaigbovo." (1995) . A Story in The Potter and Other Stories (Ibadan: African Studies Publication), pp. 39-51.
"Theatrical Construction Of Trial As A Technique in The Trial of Dedan Kimathi." (1994). JMLAN: A Publication of the Modern Languages Association of Nigeria, Vol. 2, pp. 58 64.
"From the Heart of Masculinity: Ogbodo Uke Women's Masking." (1994). Research in African Literatures (The Ohio State University), Vol. 25, No. 4, pp. 7 17.
"Mother and Child."(1994). The Evangelist (Nigeria). December. 2 pages.
"Potsherds (for Winnie Mandela)" "Crow After Hen," "For Arthur At Coronation (on the eve of Mandela's inauguration) (1994).Poems in Africa Update , (CCSU African Studies Newsletter, U.S.A.) No. 3. pp. 6 7.
"A Comparative Study of J. P. Clark's The Masquerade and Efua Sutherland's Foriwa."(1993). Commonwealth: Essays and Studies (Universite de Bourgogne, France), Vo l. 16, No. 1., pp 89 95.
"Review of Gods, Oracles, and Divinations by Kalu Ogba." (1993) Research in African Literatures (The Ohio State University), Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 129 132.
Silver Cross For Dundon., "Tribute" and "Christmas in the Rains." (1993). Fathers (Periodical Magazine) (Nigeria).
"Colors of My Country," "From Charles, the Cloths Maker," and ?Forced Festival." (1993). Poems in Images: The Scholar's Release (Salisbury, U.S.A.), 2: 1 3, pp. 26 27.
"Power and Empowerment in African Mask Performance." (1992). Africa Notes (Cornell University), pp. 8 9.
"The Rejected Corner Stone: Women In Igbo Mask Theater." (1992). Africana Studies and Research Center Newsletter (Cornell University), Vol. 4, No. 1, pp. 19 23, and 27 31.
"The Search for Gold Finger."? (1992). Short Story in The Literary Review (Fairleigh Dickinson University), Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 551-553.
Behind the Inscrutable Wonder: The Dramaturgy of the Mask Performer in Traditional African Society.? (1991). Research In African Literatures (The Ohio State University), Vol. 22, No. 4. pp. 39-52.
The Man, the Playwright, and the producer on the Nigerian Theater Scene.?(1990) . World Literature Today Winter (1990):24-29.
"Of Spooks and Virile Men: Patterns of Response to Imperialism in Sizwe Bansi is Dead and The Trial of Dedan Kimathi."(1989). Commonwealth: Essays and Studies (Universite de Bourgogne, France), Vol. 2, pp. 87 93.
J. N. Amankulor, and Chinyere G. Okafor,? "Continuity and Change in Traditional Nigerian Theatre among the Igbo in the Era of Colonial Politics." (1988). Ufahamu (University of California, LA), Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 35 50.
Chinyere G.? Okafor, "Ama Ata Aidoo: Anowa"(1986). Okike: Educational Supplement, No. 4., pp. 137 146.
"Aro Diaspora: A Cultural and Historical Overview."(1986).? Arochukwu History and Culture. ?J. O. Ijoma, ed. (Enugu: Fourth Dimension)? pp. 113 137.
"Creating Awareness through Shock Drama: The Example of Osofisan's Four Robbers." (1983). Journal of Nigerian Theatre Artistes, Vol. I, No. 1., pp. 9 16.
"A Woman is Not a Stone but a Human Being: Women in the Plays of Aidoo and Sutherland." (1981) . Medium and Message (University of Calabar), Vol. 1, pp. 165-177.
"Parallelism versus Influence in African Literature...."(1980). Kiabara: Journal of Humanities (University of Port Harcourt), Vol. 1, pp. 113 131.