A Poet-Painter of Lebanon, The American Review of Reviews, Edited by Albert Shaw, New York: The Review of Reviews Company, vol. LIX, January-June 1919, p. 212.
Bayna Layl wa Sabah [Between Night and Morn], Al-Hilal, June 1919, pp. 777-781
Elia Abu Madi [Īlīyā Abū Māḍī], Diwān Īlīyā Abū Māḍī, Muqaddimah Jubrān Khalīl Jubrān [Introduction by Kahlil Gibran], New York: Matba'at Mir'at al-Gharb, 1919, pp. 3-5.
Harriet Monroe, "The Madman, by Kahlil Gibran" (review), Poetry, Vol. XIV, No. V, August, 1919, pp. 277-279.
Howard Willard Cook, Our Poets of Today [dedicated to Julia Ellsworth Ford, Witter Bynner, Kahlil Gibran, Percy Mackaye], New York: Moffat, Yard & Company, 1919.
Joseph Gollomb, "An Arabian Poet in New York" [Interview with Kahlil Gibran], New York Evening Post, March 29, 1919, Book Section, pp. 1 and 10.
In 1919 Knopf published a collection of Gibran’s art works as Twenty Drawings, with Alice Raphael’s essay as an introduction. The pictures are not his best work; the book did not draw much attention, and the one review was ambivalent. It is Gibran’s only book published in the West that has gone out of print.
Syrian-Lebanese League of Liberation Papers, November 12, 1919 (excerpts)
William Norman Guthrie and Gibran, The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, New York, 08 Nov 1919, Sat, p. 16; 24 Oct 1931, Sat, p. 11