Literature on Jose Limon

The Illustrated Dance Technique of Jóse Limón by Daniel D. Lewis
(Princeton Book Company, 1984) Written by the choreographer’s closest assistant, this profusely illustrated book provides rare insights into the principles of dance developed by Jóse Limón and presents a complete, step-by-step class in his technique.

Jóse Limón: An Unfinished Memoir (Studies in Dance History (Unnumbered).) by Jóse Limón, Lynn Garafola (Wesleyan University Press, 1999) A captivating illustrated autobiography of the early years of a major American choreographer.

"Jóse Limón" By June Dunbar (Routledge Press)
Presents essays on the life and work of the dancer and choreographer.

"Dance is Moment: A Portrait of Jóse Limón in Words and Pictures"
by Barbara Pollack and Charles Humprey Woodford (Princeton Book Publishers) The definitive portrait of the life and work of one of the world's greatest dancers.