Uncle Tom's Children: five long stories. New York, 1940.
Native Son. New York, 1940.
Native Son, the Biography of a Young American. A Play in Ten Scenes. By Paul Green and Richard Wright. New York, 1941.
The Outsider. New York, 1953.
Savage Holiday. New York, 1954.
The Long Dream. New York, 1958.
Eight Men. Cleveland and New York, 1961.
Lawd Today. New York, 1963.
"Five Episodes" (from an unfinished novel), in Herbert Hill ed., Soon One Morning, New York, 1963.
12 Million Black Voices: A Folk History of the Negro in the United States. Photo direction by Edwin Rosskam. New York, 1941.
Black Boy: A Record of Childhood and Youth. New York, 1945.
Black Power: A Record of Reactions in a Land of Pathos. New York, 1954.
The Color Curtain: A Report on the Bandung Conference. Cleveland and New York, 1956.
Pagan Spain. New York, 1956.
White Man, Listen! New York, 1957.
The only full length biography to date is Richard Wright, New York, 1968, by Constance Webb.
For a complete bibliography of Wright's published works, see Fabre Michel and Edward Margolies, "Richard Wright (1908-1960)," Bulletin of Bibliography, XXIV ( January-April, 1965), 131-33, 137.