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Adler, Jerry. "One Crazy 'Summer.'" Newsweek 5 July 1999: 22.

Ansen, David. "Spike Stew: Lee's 'Summer' Gumbo." Newsweek 12 July 1999: 65.

Bailey, Beth, and David Farber. Rev. of Summer of Sam. Journal of American History December 1999: 1447.

Bardsley, Marilyn. "Son of Sam." The Crime Library 11 June 2001.

Baxter, Billy. "The Spike Lee Interview."

Biography: David Berkowitz: Son of Sam. A & E Entertainment, 1998.

Bowman, James. "Spike Lee, 'Artist.'" National Review 26 July 1999: 46-48.

Carpozi, George. Son of Sam: The .44 Caliber Killer. New York: Manor, 1977.

Carr, Jay. "Acting Sizzles in 'Summer.'" Boston Globe 2 July 1999: D1.

Clark, Mike. "Overheated 'Summer of Sam' Spike Lee Skims Through the 70's on the Shoulders of a Killer." USA Today 2 July 1999: 6E.

Conard, Mark T. The Philosophy Of Spike Lee. Lexington: UP of Kentucky, 2011.

Corliss, Richard. Rev. of Summer of Sam. Time 5 July 1999: 75.

Derry, Charles. "Spike Lee." Film Reference.

Ebert, Roger. "Scapegoats of 'Summer'; Serial Crimes Bring Out Worst in Bronx Neighborhood." Chicago Sun-Times 2 July 1999: 31.

Epstein, Daniel. "Interview With Spike Lee." Film 5.7 (2003): 32-33.

Flory, Dan. "Race And Black American Film Noir: Summer of Sam as Lynching Parable." The Spike Lee Reader. Ed. Paula J. Massood. Philadelphia: Temple UP, 2008. 196-211.

Graham, Renee. "'Summer of Sam,' Spike, and 1977." Boston Globe 1 July 1999: E1.

Harden, Blaine. "'Son of Sam' Weeps, as Others Rage, at Movie." New York Times 20 June 1999: 1.1.

"Hate Crime Items Banned on Ebay." Toronto Star 17 May 2001: 1.

Horvath, Brooke, and Melissa Prunty Kemp. "All Things to All People: Opposing Agendas and Ambiguous Purpose in The Films Of Spike Lee." Hollins Critic 31.4 (1994): 1-17.

Italie, Hillel. "At the Movies: 'Summer of Sam.'" Associated Press 28 June 1999.

Klausner, Lawrence. Son of Sam: Based on the Authorized Transcription of the Tapes, Official Documents and Diaries of David Berkowitz. New York: McGraw, 1981.

Lippy, Tod. "Spike Lee." New York Film-Makers on New York Film-Making. Ed. Tod Lippy. London: Faber & Faber, 2000. 67-78.

Maslin, Janet. "Red Hot Buttons in Lee's Steaming 'Sam.'" New York Times 2 July 1999: E1.

Massood, Paula J. "The Quintessential New Yorker And Global Citizen: An Interview With Spike Lee." Cineaste 28.3 (2003): 4-6.

Masswood, Paula. Rev. of Summer of Sam. Cineaste 25.2: 62-64.

Moverman, Oren. "Son of Sam Spiked! (Filmmaker Spike Lee) (Interview.)" July 1999.

O'Sullivan, Michael. "This 'Summer' Not So Hot." Washington Post 2 July 1999: N40.

Official Homepage of David Berkowitz.

Palmer, R. Barton. "Monsters And Moralism in Summer Of Sam." The Philosophy of Spike Lee. Ed. Mark T. Conard. Lexington: UP of Kentucky, 2011. 54-71.

Payne, Les. "A New Look at a Vile and Bloody Summer." Newsday 4 July 1999: B6.

Pizzello, Steven. "Spike Lee's Seventies Flashback." American Cinematographer June 1999: 50-52.

Rollins, Peter C. The Columbia Companion to American History on Film: How the Movies Have Portrayed the American Past. New York: Columbia UP, 2003.

Rosen, Marty, and Roberto Santiago. "'Summer' A Bummer." Daily News (New York) 6 July 1999: 10.

Rozen, Leah. Rev. of Summer of Sam. People Weekly 12 July 1999: 34.

Seymour, Gene. "'Hannibal' Doesn't Haunt Me." Newsday 18 Feburary 2001: D4.

Slocum, David. Rev. of Summer of Sam. American Historical Review October 1999: 1429.

Stepanek, Marcia. "Making a Killing Online." Business Week 20 November 2000: EB84.

Terry, Maury. The Ultimate Evil. New York: Doubleday, 1987.

Thompson, Andrew. "Psycho Killer." American Cinematographer June 1999: 38-42.

True Crime Net. "The Son of Sam David Berkowitz." [Archived]

Turan, Kenneth. "Movie Review; 'Summer' and Livin' Ain't Easy; Spike Lee's Latest Movie Attempts to Weave Together Many Elements Into a Chaotic Tale of Life in the 70's." Los Angeles Times 2 July 1999: F1.

Van Peebles, Melvin, David Lee, and Spike Lee. Five for Five: The Films of Spike Lee. New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1991.

Villa, Judi. "A Fascination with Slayings; Group Battles Growing 'Murdertainment.'" Arizona Republic 11 August 2000: A1.