Both Your Houses (won the 1933 Pulitzer Prize)
Winterset: play in three acts, 1935
High Tor, 1936
The Masque of Kings: a play in three acts, 1937
Knickerbocker Holiday: a musical comedy in two acts, 1938
Eleven Verse Plays, 1929-1939,1939
Journey to Jerusalem: a play in three acts, 1940
Lost in the Stars (dramatization of Alan Paton's novel Cry, The Beloved Country, 1950)
Barefoot in Athens, 1951
Bad seed: a play in two acts (dramatization of William March's novel The Bad Seed) 1955
Dramatist in America: Letters of Maxwell Anderson. Ed. by Laurence G. Avery, 1977.
Lifelong resident of Bismarck, he has had 30 plays published by 13 American publishing companies. His play, The Incredible Years, won a national award in 1981.
Wheeler, L. Ray
Longtime member of the faculty at Dickinson State University, he writes essays, novels, short stories, and plays. One of his best-known works is Buffalo-Alyce: A Play in Two Acts (1989).