Anthony Berkeley Cox :  Contributions to Periodicals

 

 

                The list below is copied from Section IV of my Anthony Berkeley Cox bibliography, available here.  I have indicated the items also listed in Ayresome Johns’s The Anthony Berkeley Cox Files (pp. 16ff) in parentheses. 

 

                                C = Contributions to Periodicals

                                CB =Contributions to Periodicals:  “Brenda” Stories

                                CD = Contributions to Periodicals:  “Down Our Road”

                                M = listed in Johns’s “Catalogue of Manuscripts” (as indicated below, several articles and stories whose publication Johns was unable to trace did make it into print)

                                *Publication  not listed by Johns (I have omitted later reprints, e.g. in EQMM)

 

                Alfred Hitchcock’s  Mystery Magazine

                                “In the Aspidistra” (part IV of Behind the Screen), Feb. 1996, pp. 132-141

 

                Argosy (UK) 

                                *“Francis Iles’ Books of the Month,” June 1934 (v 15 #97), pp. 105-108  (Iles)

                                “The Avenging Chance,” May 1939 (v25 #156), pp. 54-63?  (Berkeley)  (not seen)

                                “Dark Journey,” Aug. 1946 (v7 #8), pp. 95-110  (Iles)

 

                The Armchair Detective

                                “The Burglaring Joke and Other Occasional Pieces,” TAD 14.3 (Summer 1981), pp. 239-242

                                “Perfect Alibi” (Berkeley), TAD 25.3 (Summer 1992)

 

                Blue Magazine

                                “Life with the Gloves Off,” May 1924, pp. 12-20  (Johns C49)

 

                Collier’s Magazine

                                “It Takes Two to Make a Hero” (Iles), Sept. 4, 1943, pp. 13, 60-62, 64-65 (Johns C43)

 

                Daily Express

                                *“In the Studio,” 16 Dec. 1926, p. 8

                                *“Mr. Grigsby Speaks,” 28 Dec. 1926, p. 4  (cf. Johns M133)

                                Serial of Malice Aforethought (Iles), 10 Aug.-15 Sept. 1931  (except Sundays)  (C54)

                                “Married to a Murderer” (Iles), serial of Before the Fact, 25 April-4 June 1932 (except Sundays)  (C56)

 

                Daily Mail

                                *“The Policeman Only Taps Once” (Berkeley), 25-29 May 1936 (25 May p. 21, 26 May p. 18, 27 May p. 22, 28 May p. 23, 29 May p. 22; Inspector Cornish’s comments 30 May, p. 16)

 

                Daily Mirror

                                “The Wintringham Mystery,” serial, 1 March-6 April 1926  (except Sundays and April 2) (C122)

 

                Daily Telegraph

                                Reviews

                                *Letters to the Editor (10 June 1940, 29 July 1940, 2 Nov. 1940, 5 Sept. 1944?)

 

                Democrat

                                “I Wonder,” 9 Sept. 1922, p. 18  (C44)

                                “The Right to Kill,” 30 Dec. 1922, p. 10  (C89)

 

                Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine  (by “Anthony Berkeley” unless indicated)

                                “Dark Journey,” May 1943, pp. 33-48  (Iles); reprinted in Ellery Queen’s 1967 Anthology, pp. 99-113

                                “Mr. Bearstowe Says,” July 1945, pp. 57-71

                                “Mr. Simpson Goes to the Dogs,” Feb. 1946, pp. 116-128; reprinted in  Ellery Queen’s 1970 Anthology #18 pp. 71-84

                                “The Wrong Jar,” March 1947, pp. 76-91 (abridged)

                                “Outside the Law,” June 1949, pp. 17-27  (Iles)

                                “The Avenging Chance,” April 1950, pp. 65-80

                                “The Policeman Only Taps Once,” June 1951, pp. 95-114 (abridged)

                                “The Coward,” Jan. 1953, pp. 31-42 (abridged) (C13); reprinted in Ellery Queen’s Anthology, 1963 Mid-year, pp. 236-248 (Iles)

                                “White Butterfly,” Dec. 1982, pp. 24-36

 

                Evening Standard

                                Crippen was Not a Murderer,” 20 Oct. 1934, pp. 15-16 (Iles)   (not in Johns)

                                “A Blackmail Victim Killed ‘Madame X’,” 26 Oct. 1934, pp. 23 and 26 (Berkeley)  (not in Johns)

                                “White Butterfly” (Berkeley), 28 Aug. 1936, pp. 24-25  (C121)

                                “Perfect Alibi” (Berkeley), 11 March 1953, p. 10 (revised from 1930 Radio Times version)  (C80)

 

                George Robey’s Christmas Annual (dates uncertain)

                                “Borrowed Plumes,” 1923, pp. 24-25  (CD6)

                                “The Minx in the Tube,” 1924, pp. 12-13  (CD54)

                                “The Pretty Lady,” 1924, p. 20 (Berkeley)  (CD72)

                                “Seeing the Joke,” 1924, p. 48 (anonymous)  (CD79)

                                *“Masks and Faces,” 192?, pp. 14-15  (cf. Johns M121)

               

                Grand Magazine

                                “To Evadne,” Oct.. 1913, p. 490 (by “E.G.P.”; Johns C107)

                                “Absence of Mind,” July 1924 (?), pp. 594-597  (C1)

                                “Partners in Luck,” Oct. 1924, pp. 148-152  (C77)

 

                Green Magazine

                                “The Return of Vera Delane,” 14 Aug. 1923, pp. 254-264  (C85)

 

                Happy Mag

                                “Tea at the Cottage,” March 1924, pp. 338-343  (C102)

 

                Home and Country:  The Journal of the Women’s Institute

                                “Concerning Gossip,” June 1927, pp. 238-239  (CD12)

                                *“The Stray Cat,” Sept. 1927, p. 381 (cf. Johns MD102a)

                                *“The Manoeuvres of Mary,” serial in 12 parts, Jan.-Dec. 1928 (cf. Johns M251)

                                “My Gardener,” Oct. 1930, p. 505 (reprinted from The Humorist 1925)

                                *“The Mystery of Horne’s Copse,” serial in 12 parts, Jan.-Dec. 1931  (Berkeley) (cf. Johns M250)

                                *“The Man with the Twisted Thumb,” serial in 12 parts, Jan.-Dec. 1933

                                “Thin Ice,” Jan. 1934, pp. 39-41 (reprinted from The Humorist 1924)

                                “First-Aid,” May 1934, pp. 270-273 (reprinted from The Humorist 1923)

                                “When a Man’s Lonely,” Aug. 1934, pp. 434-436 (reprinted from London Opinion 1924)

                                “Brenda Goes to Church,” Oct. 1934, pp. 540, 542 (reprinted from The Humorist 1924)

                                “Three Pairs of Silk Stockings,” Dec. 1934, pp. 664, 666-667  (reprinted from London Opinion 1926)

                                “A Simple Deduction,” April 1935, pp. 222-225 (cf. Johns MD97)

                                “An Easy Winner,” June 1935, pp. 342-343 (reprinted from The Humorist 1924)

                                “Masks and Faces,” Aug. 1935, pp. 453-454 (reprinted from George Robey’s Christmas Annual)

                                *“Village Wooing,” serial in 12 parts, Jan.-Dec. 1936

 

                The Humorist  (all listed in Johns)

                                1.   “Syncopated Tragedy,” 11 Aug. 1923, p. 73  (C101)

                                2.   Brenda Entertains,” 18 Aug. 1823, p. 82  (CB22)

                                3.   “Our Concert Party, ” 18 Aug. 1923, pp. 95-96 (anonymous)  (CD69)

                                4.   “The Solo,” 25 Aug. 1923, pp. 118-119  (CD81)

                                5.   “An Interlude,” 1 Sept. 1923, p. 130 (anon.)  (CD41)

                                6.   “Waiting for Joan,” 8 Sept. 1923, pp. 162-163  (CD95)

                                7.   “Entertaining Brenda,” 8 Sept. 1923, pp. 168-169 (anon.)  (CB43)

                                8.   “Getting Things Ready,” 22 Sept. 1923, pp. 216-217  (CD32)

                                9.   “The Criminal,” 29 Sept. 1923, p. 232 (anon.)  (CD13)

                                10.  “The Night of the Show,” 29 Sept. 1923, pp. 240-241 (CD65)

                                11.  “Brenda Wants to Know,” 6 Oct. 1923, p. 254  (CB35)

                                12.  “First Aid,” 13 Oct. 1923, p. 274 (anon.)   (CD26)

                                13.  “Why We Have None,” 13 Oct. 1923, p. 278  (CB54)

                                13a. “It’s an Ill Wind,” 13 Oct. 1923, p. 282 (anon.) (C42)

                                14.  “Awkward Questions,” 27 Oct. 1923, pp. 334-335 (anon.)  (CD3)

                                15.  “Marjorie Makes Tea,” 27 Oct. 1923, p. 326 (anon.)  (CD48)

                                16.  “More Awkward Questions,” 10 Nov. 1923, p. 379  (CD58)

                                17.  “Kill or Cure,” 10 Nov. 1923, p. 382 (anon.)  (CD45)

                                18.  “Unexpected Gifts,” 1 Dec. 1923, p. 452  (CD92)

                                19.  “My New Hat,” 8 Dec. 1923, p. 490 (anon.)  (CD60)

                                20.  “A Lesson in Art,” 8 Dec. 1923, pp. 500-501  (CB46)

                                21.  “Brenda Writes a Story,” 15 Dec. 1923, pp. 520-521  (CB36)

                                22.  “Propitiating Pansy,” 15 Dec. 1923, p. 524 (anon.)  (CD74)

                                23.  “The Careless Fairy,” 29 Dec. 1923, pp. 562-563 (anon.)  (CB40)

                                24.  “My Ghost Story,” 5 Jan. 1924, p. 592 (anon.)  (C68)

                                25.  “A Home-Made Burglar,” 5 Jan. 1924, pp. 594-595  (CD36, date incorrect in Johns)

                                26.  “Thin Ice,” 12 Jan. 1924, pp. 616-617 (anon.)  (CD88)

                                27.  “Prompt Action,” 19 Jan. 1924, pp. 634-635  (CD73)

                                28.  “The Scandal-Monger,” 19 Jan. 1924, pp. 644-645 (anon.)  (CB49)

                                29.  “Purely Introductory,” 2 Feb. 1924, p. 30  (CD75)

                                30.  “Unbidden Ballads,” 2 Feb. 1924, pp. 40-41 (anon.)  (CD91)

                                31.  “Uncles, Ltd.,” 8 March 1924, pp. 154-155  (C112)

                                32.  “My Play,” 15 March 1924, pp. 186-187  (CD61)

                                33.  “Ringing the Welkin,” 22 March 1924, pp. 206-207  (CB48)

                                34.  “Visiting the Sick,” 29 March 1924, pp. 236-237  (CD94)

                                35.  “Telling the Tale,” 29 March 1924  (signed “Anthony Berkeley”)  (CD84)

                                36.  “In the Spring,” 12 April 1924, p. 282 (Berkeley)  (CD43)

                                37.  “The Absent-Minded Dragon,” 19 April 1924, pp. 302-303  (CB1)

                                38.  “Brenda and the Easter Egg,” 26 April 1924, pp. 326-327  (CB8)

                                39.  “Picnics and Miss Porter,” 10 May 1924, p. 378 (Berkeley)  (CD71)

                                40.  “The Great Refusal,” 24 May 1924, p. 418  (C31)

                                41.  “Getting Busy,” 24 May 1924, pp. 422-423 (Berkeley)  (CD31)

                                42.  “Saturday Morning,” 31 May 1924, p. 446 (Berkeley)  (CD78)

                                43.  “Brenda and the Trivet,” 31 May 1924, pp. 450-451  (CB17)

                                44.  “An Easy Winner,” 7 June 1924, pp. 474-475  (CD22)

                                45.  “Brenda and the Lion,” 21 June 1924, pp. 527-528  (CB11)

                                46.  “Fowl Play,” 5 July 1924, p. 568  (Berkeley)  (CD29)

                                47.  “Tennis and Miss Porter,” 19 July 1924, p. 625  (Berkeley)  (CD85)

                                48.  “Exercise One,” 26 July 1924, pp. 22-23  (Berkeley)  (CD23)

                                49.  “Brenda Performs,” 26 July 1924, pp. 26-27  (CB27)

                                50.  Brenda Gardens,” 2 Aug. 1924, pp. 62-63  (CB23)

                                51.  “Keeping Cool,” 2 Aug. 1924, p. 65  (anon.)  (CD44)

                                52.  “Brenda and Romance,” 9 Aug. 1924, pp. 86-87  (CB5)

                                53.  “Brenda Goes to Church,” 16 Aug. 1924, pp. 106-107  (CB24)

                                54.  “A Bit of a Dog,” 30 Aug. 1924, p. 152  (Berkeley)  (CD4)

                                55.  “The Invalid,” 6 Sept. 1924, p. 174  (CB45)

                                56.  “Quick Change,” 6 Sept. 1924, p. 182  (Berkeley)  (CD77)

                                57.  “The Victim,” 20 Sept. 1924, pp. 230-231 (CD93)

                                58.  “Brenda Turns Matchmaker,” 27 Sept. 1924, pp. 250-251  (CB34)

                                59.  “Brenda Learns a Secret,” 25 Oct. 1924, pp. 364-365  (CB26)

                                60.  “The Dress Designer,” 8 Nov. 1924, p. 406  (Berkeley)  (CD19 with incorrect date)

                                61.  “The Unbending of Bertram,” 6 Dec. 1924, p. 536  (CD90)

                62.  “A Walk with Brenda,” 6 Dec. 1924, p. 536  (CB52)

                                63.  “The Defaulter,” 13 Dec. 1924, pp. 572-573  (CD16)

                                64.  “The Wood-Cutter,” 27 Dec. 1924, pp. 618-619 (CD100)

                                65.  “A Happy Ending,” 24 Jan. 1925, pp. 20-21  (CD34)

                                66.  “The Eavesdropper,” 28 Feb. 1925, pp. 142-143  (CB42)

                                67.  “Brenda and Truth,” 7 March 1925, p. 160  (CB18)

                                68.  “My Popular Song,” 7 March 1925, p. 162  (Berkeley)  (CD62)

                                69.  “Brenda and the Rain,” 21 March 1925, pp. 210-211  (CB13)

                                70.  “Why the Rain Rains,” 28 March 1925, pp. 234-235  (CB53)

                                71.  “The Ministering Angel,” 11 April 1925, pp. 282-283  (CD53)

                                72.  “How They Do It,” 25 April 1925, pp. 336-337  (CD38)

                                73.  “Brenda and the Dentist,” 23 May 1925, pp. 426-427  (CB7)

                                74.  “Early to Bed,” 30 May 1925, pp. 454 and 456  (CD21)

                                75.  “Brenda’s P’s and Q’s,” 20 June 1925, pp. 518-519  (CB32)

                                76.  “No Mean Feet,” 27 June 1925, p. 544  (CD67)

                                77.  “Miss Porter’s Waterloo,” 11 July 1925, pp. 598 and 600  (CD56)

                                78.  “Brenda Takes the Plunge,” 25 July 1925, p. 20  (CB33)

                                79.  “The Expert,” 8 Aug. 1925, p. 78  (Berkeley)  (CD24)

                                80.  “Tennis with John,” 15 Aug. 1925, p. 108  (Berkeley)  (CD86)

                                81.  “Brenda Broadcasts,” 15 Aug. 1925, pp. 110 and 112  (CB20)

                                82.  Travelling Light,” 22 Aug. 1925, p. 132  (Berkeley)  (CD89)

                                83.  “Water, Water Everywhere,” 29 Aug. 1925, pp. 158-159  (CD97)

                                84.  “Mixed Doubles,” 5 Sept. 1925, pp. 178-179  (CD57)

                                85.  “Brenda and Poetry,” 12 Sept. 1925, pp. 204-205  (CB4)

                                86.  “A Little Flutter,” 26 Sept. 1925, pp. 256-257  (CD46)

                                87.  “Miss Porter Performs,” 3 Oct. 1925, pp. 280-281 (CD55)

                                88.  “Hard to Suit,” 3 Oct. 1925, p. 282  (Berkeley)  (CD35)

                                89.  “Brenda and the Telephone,” 10 Oct. 1925, pp. 308-309  (CB16)

                                90.  “All About Pianos,” 31 Oct. 1925, p. 382  (C2)

                                91.  “A Waiting Game,” 31 Oct. 1925, p. 394  (Berkeley)  (CD96)

                                92.  “Brenda and the Fifth,” 7 Nov. 1925, pp. 416-417  (CB9)

                                93.  “My Gardener,” 14 Nov. 1925, pp. 438-439  (C67)

                                94.  “A Matchless Affair,” 21 Nov. 1925, pp. 458-459  (CD50)

                                95.  “A Lesson in History,” 28 Nov. 1925, pp. 486-487  (CB47)

                                96.  “The Business-Like Fairy,” 5 Dec. 1925, pp. 532 and 534  (CB38)

                                97.  Brenda Romances,” 19 Dec. 1925, pp. 586-587  (CB28)

                                98.  “The Lucky First-Foot,” 2 Jan. 1926, pp. 634-635  (C52)

                                99.  “An Unclean Sweep,” 16 Jan. 1926, pp. 682-683  (CB51)

                                100. “Brenda’s Helping Hand,” 23 Jan. 1926, pp. 10-11  (CB31)

                                101. “In Theory,” 30 Jan. 1926, p. p. 36  (C41)

                                102. “Brenda in Disgrace,” 13 Feb. 1926, pp. 92 and 94  (CB25)

                                103. “The Book-Borrower,” 20 Feb. 1926, pp. 112-113  (CD5)

                                104. “The Talk of the Town,” 27 Feb. 1926, p. 138  (Berkeley)  (CD83)

                                105. “Brenda and the Grampus,” 27 Feb. 1926, pp. 148-149  (CB10)

                                106.  “Brenda and the Moon-Calf,” 6 March 1926, pp. 172-173  (CB12)

                                107. “My Gardener Again,” 20 March 1926, pp. 228-229  (CD59)

                                108. “Brenda’s Cold,” 3 April 1926, pp. 284-285  (CB29)

                                109. “Tent for Two,” 10 April 1926, pp. 310-311  (CD87)

                                110. “Brenda’s Conscience,” 17 April 1926, pp. 336-337  (CB30)

                                111. “Spotting the Criminal,” 24 April 1926, p. 368  (CD82)

                                112. “First Time Out,” 1 May 1926, pp. 392-393  (CD28)

                                113. “An Awkward Customer,” 8 May 1926, pp. 418-419  (CD2)

                                114. “Brenda and Friend,” issue dated “May 2, 29 & June 5, 1926,” pp. 472-473  (CB3)

                                115. “A Question of Economy,” 19 June 1926, pp. 526-527  (CD76)

                                116.  “Brenda and the Social Code,” 26 June 1926, pp. 556-557  (CB15)

                                117. “Brenda by the Sea,” 17 July 1926, pp. 634-635  (CB21)

                                118. “Brenda at the Cinema,” 31 July 1926, pp. 704 and 706  (CB19)

                                119. “The Return of the Wanderer,” 14 Aug. 1926, p. 36  (C84)

                                120. “In Confidence,” 21 Aug. 1926, pp. 60-61  (C39)

                                121. “The Eye of the Expert,” 28 Aug. 1926, p. 86  (CD25)

                                122. “Brenda and the Shingle,” 25 Sept. 1926, pp. 194-195  (CB14)

                                123. “Buying a House,” 9 Oct. 1926, pp. 240-241 (CD10)

                                124. “The New Hospitality,” 16 Oct. 1926, pp. 275-276  (CD63)

                                125. “The Life of the Party,” 23 Oct. 1926, pp. 296-297  (C48)

                                126. “A Nice Problem,” 20 Nov. 1926, p. 406  (CD64)

                                127. “Man of the Moment,” 27 Nov. 1926, p. 434  (Berkeley)  (C55)

                                128.  “Brenda and First Aid,” 27 Nov. 1926, pp. 443-444  (CB2)

                                129. “A Ghost Story for Brenda,” 4 Dec. 1926, pp. 498 and 500  (CB39)

                                130. “A Matter of Warmth,” 11 Dec. 1926, pp. 524-525  (CD52)

                                131. “Brenda and the Cucumber,” 18 Dec. 1926, pp. 559-560  (CB6)

                                132. “Snakes and Ladders,” 12 Feb. 1927, pp. 47-48  (CB50)

 

                Hutchinson’s Adventure Story Magazine

                                *“Pearls and Swine,” Dec. 1926, pp. 23-28  (cf. Johns M162)

 

                *John O’London’s Weekly

                                Reviews

                                “Poison—Not To Be Taken,” serial (Berkeley), 19 Nov. 1937-11 March 1938 (also report on competition, 11 March 1938)

                                “The Problem of the Prisons,” 22 April 1938, p. 111  (Iles)

                                Letter from Anthony Berkeley, 29 April 1938, p. 164

                                “The House of Commons Murders,” serial (Berkeley), 10 June-2 Dec. 1938 (also comment on competition, 24 Oct. 1938 p. 145, and report on competition, 2 Dec. 1938)

                                “They Masqueraded as Men,” 28 Oct. 1938, p. 171  (Iles)

                                “A History of Fingerprints,” 9 Dec. 1938, p. 431  (Iles)

 

                Listener

                                “Behind the Screen, Part IV:  In the Aspidistra,” 9 July 1930, pp. 68-69, 80  (C40)

                                “The Scoop, Part V:  Tracing Tracey,” 18 Feb. 1931, pp. 288-289  (C108)

                                “The Scoop, Part IX:  Bond Street or Broad Street?” 18 March 1931, pp. 468-469  (C9)

                                *“How’s That?” (letter to the editor), 27 Aug. 1953, p. 344

 

                London Opinion  (all for 1922-1925 in Johns)

                                “From A.B. Cox,” 18 Nov. 1922, p. 223  (C25)

                                “That Betting Tax,” 26 May 1923, pp. 216 and 218  (C104)

                                “Where There’s a Will,” 26 April 1924, p. 106  (CD99)

                                “The Burning Question,” 28 June 1924, pp. 397-398  (CD8)

                                “When a Man’s Lonely,” Summer Annual 1924, pp. 22-23  (C119)

                                “The Wedding Gift,” 5 July 1924, p. 15  (Berkeley)  (CD98)

                                “The Opportunist,” 26 July 1924, p. 110  (CD68)

                                “Noises Off,” 23 Aug. 1924, pp. 219-220  (CD66)

                                “Sweet Contentment,” 30 Aug. 1924, p. 241  (C99)

                                “The Business Instinct,” 6 Sept. 1924, pp. 268-269  (CD9)

                                “The Sleuth,” 29 Nov. 1924, pp. 262-263  (CD80)

                                “Impressing Joan,” 6 Dec. 1924, pp. 308-309  (CD40)

                                “Love and the Car,” 13 Dec. 1924, pp. 340 and 342  (C51)

                                “The Matchmaker,” ’Xmas ’Xtra 1924, pp. 35-36  (C58)

                                “Hunt the Needle,” ’Xmas ’Xtra 1924, p. 53  (Berkeley)  (CD39)

                                “Buying a Tie,” 14 March 1925, pp. 300 and 302  (CD11)

                                “A Brief Episode,” 4 April 1925, pp. 22 and 24  (CD7)

                                “The Worst of a Bad Job,” 18 April 1925, p. 98  (CD101)

                                “Our Tennis Party,” 20 June 1925, pp. 382-383  (CD70)

                                “Married Man’s Buttons,” 4 July 1925, pp. 22 and 24  (CD49)

                                “The Deadhead,” 11 July 1925, pp. 46-47  (CD15)

                                “Detective Marion,” 25 July 1925, pp. 116-117  (CD17)

                                *“The Complete Tobogganist,” 6 Feb. 1926, pp. 174-175  (M36)

                                *“Right of Weigh,” 20 Feb. 1926, p. 248  (M180)

                                *“Seeing the Boat Race,” 3 April 1926, pp. 14-15  (M189)

                                *“A Scrap of Paper,” 15, 22, & 29 May, 1926, pp. 238-239  (not in Johns)

                                *“Some Hints on Tents,” 5 June 1926, pp. 268-269  (M199)

                                *“A Simple Deduction,” 19 June 1926, pp. 340 and 342  (MD97)

                                *“A Slight Omission,” 24 July 1926, pp. 46-47  (MD99)

                                *“Thoughts on Summer,” 24 July 1926, pp. 54-55 (Berkeley)  (M219)

                                *“Our Camping Holiday,” 7 Aug. 1926, pp. 116-117  (MD80)

                                *“The Polite Puntist,” 7 Aug.. 1926, p. 122 (Berkeley)  (MD90)

                                *“Simple Division,” 14 Aug. 1926, pp. 158-159  (not in Johns)

                                *“On Gardens,” 21 Aug. 1926, pp. 186-187  (M154)

                                *“On Swimming,” 28 Aug. 1926, pp. 218-219  (M155)

                                *“Golf Without Tears,” 11 Sept. 1926, p. 280 (Berkeley)  (not in Johns)

                                *“The Desert Island,” 11 Sept. 1926, pp. 282-3  (M45)

                                *“Three Pairs of Silk Stockings,” Xmas Xtra 1926, pp. 26-27  (cf. Johns M221)

                                *“A Cheap Car,” 5 March 1927, pp. 230-231  (MD13)

                                *“Thoughts on Whitsun,” 11 June 1927, p. 230  (M220)

                                *“A Christmas Goose,” Xmas Xtra 1927, pp. 39-40  (M35)

                                *“A Week-End with John,” 2 June 1928, pp. 214 and 216  (MD123)

                                *“It’s Nice To be Loved,” Xmas Xtra 1929, pp. 26-27  (not in Johns)

                                “The Lost Guide,” Summer Extra 1930, pp. 18-19  (CD47)

                                “Loss of Memory,” Oct. 1931, pp. 26-28  (C50)

 

                Manchester Guardian – Reviews

 

                News Chronicle (London)

                                *“A Layman Looks at the Law,” 17 Jan. 1935, p. 10

 

                Pan

                                “Fair or Foul,” May 1923, pp. 91-98  (C21)

 

                Passing Show (all but last in Johns)

                                “The Gentle Shopper,” 28 Oct. 1922, p. 86  (C28)

                                “Dangerous Days,” 28 Oct. 1922, p. 93 (anon.)  (C15)

                                “Wanted – a Policy,” 15 Nov. 1922, pp. 164-165  (C115)

                                “The Sweets of Triumph,” 23 Dec. 1922, p. 284  (C100)

                                “Making the Strand Safe for Pedestrians,” 23 Dec. 1922, p. 294  (C53)

                                “A Lesson in Manners,” 6 Jan. 1923, Supplement p. ii  (C46)

                                “What They’re Thinking” (tube trains), 20 Jan. 1923, p. 380  (C117)

                                “If They’d Done It:  The Tale of Little Bo Beep as Conan Doyle Would Have Written It,” 3 Feb. 1923, p. 429  (C38)

                                “Humpty Dumpty as P.G. Wodehouse Would Have Written It,” 10 Feb. 1923, p. 462  (C37)

                                “Simple Simon as H.G. Wells Would Have Written It,” 17 Feb. 1923, Suppl. p. ii  (C94)

                                “Mary Had a Little Lamb as A.S.M. Hutchinson Would Have Written It,” 24 Feb. 1923, Suppl. p. ii  (C57)

                                “Where Are You Going To My Pretty Maid? as W.W. Jacobs Would Have Written It” 10 March 1923, Suppl. p. ii  (C120)

                                “As We Were,” 31 March 1923, Suppl. p. ii  (C6)

                                “The Gentle Art of Tail-Salting,” 14 April 1923, Suppl. p. ii  (C27)

                                “Legislation by Threats,” 28 April 1923, p. 114  (C45)

                                Oxford Re-Born,” 2 June 1923, Suppl. p. ii  (C76)

                                “The Revolution from Inside,” 29 Sept. 1923, p. 37  (C87)

                                “How I Saved the Empire,” 6 Oct. 1923, p. 51  (C35)

                                “All Nations Please Copy,” 13 Oct. 1923, p. 68  (C3)

                                “Silent Strength,” 20 Oct. 1923, p. 88  (C93)

                                “What the Butler Blinked At,” 3 Nov. 1923, p. 137  (C116)

                                “The Stitch in Time,” 10 Nov. 1923, p. 151  (C97)

                                “Millionaires Please Apply,” 8 Dec. 1923, p. 236  (C62)

                                “The Theatre of To-morrow,” 12 Jan. 1924, p. 314  (C105)

                                “What They’re Thinking” (bus), 22 March 1924, p. 26  (C118)

                                “The Catch of the Season,” 7 June 1924, p. 20  (C11)

                                “This Christmas,” Christmas Number 1924, p. 20  (C106)

                                “The Ninth Wonder,” 15 Aug. 1925, p. 12  (C71)

                                “The Rugged Rugbeian,” 28 Nov. 1925, p. 24  (C92)

                                “A Gossip About Grapes,” 23 Jan. 1926, p. 33  (C30)

                                *“The Match-Maker,” Christmas Number 1926, pp. 56 and 58 (different from story of same title in London Opinion)

 

                Pearson’s Magazine

                                *“The Avenging Chance,” Sept. 1929 (vol. 68), pp. 255-265

 

                Punch  (all in Johns)

                                1.   “The Brown Berry,” 1 Nov. 1922, pp. 428-429  (CB37)

                                2.   “The Lost Follower,” 15 Nov. 1922, p. 477  (C51)

                                3.   “The Truth-Tellers,” 6 Dec. 1922, p. 540  (C110)

                                4.   “A New Note,” 20 Dec. 1922, p. 588  (C70)

                                5.   “The Telephone Vice,” 17 Jan. 1923, pp. 60 and 63  (C103)

                                6.   “Pastures New,” 14 Feb. 1923, p. 150  (C78)

                                7.   “The Church Mouse,” 28 Feb. 1923, pp. 196-197  (CB41)

                                8.   Rastus:  An Appreciation,” 28 Feb. 1923, p. 214  (C83)

                                9.   “The Deturfers,” 7 March 1923, pp. 224-225  (CD18)

                                10.  “Fine Distinctions,” 14 March 1923, pp. 244-245  (C24)

                                11.  “The Tragedy of Hezekiah Bunn,” 21 March 1923, pp. 268-269  (C109)

                                12.  “My Detective Story,” 28 March 1923, p. 290  (C66)

                                13.  “The Grig,” 11 April 1923, pp. 340-341 (CB44)

                                14.  “The Other Budget,” 18 April 1923, p. 362  (C73)

                                15.  “The Dark Horse,” 18 April 1923, pp. 378-379  (C16)

                                16.  “The Burglaring Joke,” 16 May 1923, pp. 460-461  (C10)

                                17.  “How to Keep Your Husband’s Love,” 23 May 1923, p. 492  (C36)

                                18.  “The Two Preachers,” 30 May 1923, p. 526  (C111)

                                19.  “Revival of an Old Custom,” 6 June 1923, pp. 532-533  (C86)

                                20.  “Points for Biters,” 13 June 1923, p. 554  (C82)

                                21.  “The Fairy Story Peril,” 29 Aug. 1923, pp. 207-208  (C23)

                                22.  “Men, Women and Business,” 12 Dec. 1923, pp. 562-563  (C61)

                                23.  “Hats Off to Hollywood,” 13 Feb. 1924, p. 172  (C34)

                                24.  “A Lesson in Tact,” 27 Feb. 1924, pp. 216-217  (C47)

                                25.  “Melodic Dress,” 12 March 1924, p. 262  (C60)

                                26.  “Hot Water,” 14 May 1924, p. 534  (CD37)

                                27.  “Guide to Short Story Writing:  Lesson I:  The Short Story Analysed,” 30 July 1924, pp. 122-123  (C32a)

                                28.  “Spats and Perdition,” 6 Aug. 1924, pp. 152-153  (C96)

                                29.  “Lesson II:  The Simple Little Love Story,” 13 Aug. 1924, pp. 180-182(C32b)

                                30.  “Lesson III:  The Business Story,” 27 Aug. 1924, pp. 242-244  (C32c)

                                31.  “Lesson IV:  The Tense Story,” 10 Sept. 1924, pp. 292-293  (C32d)

                                32.  “A Dressy Affair,” 24 Sept. 1924, p. 344  (CD20)

                                33.  “Lesson V:  The Detective Story,” 24 Sept. 1924, pp. 348-349  (C32e)

                                34.  “The Customs of the Country,” 1 Oct. 1924, pp. 376-377  (CD14)

                                35.  “Lesson VI:  The Soulful Story,” 8 Oct. 1924, pp. 402-403  (C32f)

                                36.  “Lesson VII:  The Nature Story,” 22 Oct. 1924, pp. 468-469  (C32g)

                                37.  “The Author’s Crowning Hour,” 29 Oct. 1924, p. 496  (CD1)

                                38.  “Lesson VIII:  The Married Love Story,” 5 Nov. 1924, pp. 508-510  (C32h)

                                39.  “Lesson IX:  The Married Love Story,” 12 Nov. 1924, pp. 549-551  (C32h)

                                40.  “The Art of Gratitude,” 19 Nov. 1924, p. 568  (C5)

                                41.  “The Revue of the Future,” 19 Nov. 1924, p. 577  (C88)

                                42.  “The Soul of a Typist,” 19 Nov. 1924, p. 581 (C95)

                                43.  “Lesson X:  The Mystery Story,” 26 Nov. 1924, pp. 602 and 605  (C32i)

                                44.  “Lesson XI:  The Mystery Story” (continued), 3 Dec. 1924, pp. 630 and 633-634  (C32i)

                                45.  “A Word About Anthony Barker,” 10 Dec. 1924, pp. 648-649  (C124)

                                46.  “Lesson XII:  Some Other Stories,” 17 Dec. 1924, pp. 676-678  (C32j)

                                47.  “First-Footnotes,” 31 Dec. 1924, p. 730  (CD27)

                                48.  “Our Dramatics,” 14 Jan. 1925, p. 30  (C74)

                                49.  “The Unrespectable Party,” 22 April 1925, pp. 430-431  (C114)

                                50.  “A Story Against Reviewers,” 3 June 1925, p. 590  (C98)

                                51.  “My Secretary,” 1 July 1925, p. 720  (C69)

                                52.  Full Circle,” 23 Dec. 1925, p. 680  (C26)

                                53.  “Hairless Women,” 6 Jan. 1926, pp. 14-15  (C33)

                                54.  “Down a Steep Place,” 27 Jan. 1926, pp. 90-91  (C18)

                                55.  “Finding and Keeping,” 24 Feb. 1926, pp. 208-209  (C22)

                                56.  “The Eternal Ski,” 3 March 1926, pp. 232-233  (C19)

                                57.  Rosamund,” 7 April 1926, pp. 384-386  (C90)

                                58.  “The Great Telephone Stakes,” 2 June 1926, pp. 576-577  (CD33)

                                59.  Dead Sea Fruit,” 13 Oct. 1926, pp. 409-410  (C17)

                                60.  “Culture Week,” 13 July 1927, pp. 33-34  (C14)

                                61.  Rosamund Regained,” 27 March 1929, pp. 342-343  (C91)

 

                Radio Times

                                “Perfect Alibi,” 1 Aug. 1930, pp. 223-224 and 265  (C79)

 

                Red Magazine

                                *“Nothing Ever Happens,” 11 March 1927  (not seen)  (cf. Johns M152)

 

                Romance

                                “A Model Burglar,” Aug. 1923, pp. 55-62  (C65)

                                “On a Park Bench,” Nov. 1923, pp. 35-42  (C72)

                                “An Unofficial Honeymoon,” Aug. 1924, pp. 39-46  (C113)

                                “You Never Know,” Oct. 1924, pp. 59-64  (C125)

                                “Anne and Another,” Nov. 1924, pp. 39-46  (C4)

                                *“Prim Priscilla,” June 1925, pp. 81-86  (Berkeley)  (not in Johns)

 

                Saturday Book

                                “It Takes Two to Make a Hero,” Saturday Book 3 (Oct. 1943), pp. 216-232  (Iles) (B10)

                                “Mr. Bearstowe Says,” Saturday Book 3 (Oct. 1943), pp. 247-266  (Berkeley)  (B13)

                                “The Lost Diary of Th*m*s Ed*s*n,” Saturday Book 6 (Oct. 1946), pp. 268-271  (Iles)  (B12)

 

                Shirburnian – Reviews

 

                Sovereign Magazine

                                “The Beauty of the Harem,” Jan. 1924, pp. 35-40  (C7)

 

                Spectator

                                “Plight of the Farmer,” letter to the editor, 29 Aug. 1931, p. 270  (C81)

 

                Strand Magazine

                                *“Mr. Simpson Goes to the Dogs,” June 1934, pp. 634-642  (Berkeley)  (cf. Johns M135)

                                “Outside the Law,” July 1934, pp. 55-63  (Iles)  (C75)

                                *“A Sense of Humour,” Oct. 1935, pp. 1108-1118  (Iles)  (cf. Johns M190)

                                *“Mrs. Rattenbury,” May 1943, pp. 76-80  (Iles)

                                *“Murder Reconsidered:  The Verdict That May Have Been Wrong,” Sept. 1944, pp. 72-75  (Berkeley)

 

                Sunday Times – Reviews

 

                Time and Tide

                                Reviews

                                “Excerpt” (with characters from Before the Fact), 25 June 1932, pp. 712-714  (Iles)  (C20)

                                *“Unsound Mind,” 14 Oct. 1932 pp. 1206-1210 and 21 Oct. 1932 p. 1256  (Berkeley)

                                *“Rewards and Reviewers,” letter to the editor, 21 March 1936, p. 412  (Iles)

 

                Times Literary Supplement

                                Letter from Crime Club (co-signed by Berkeley), 25 Sept. 1930, p. 758

 

                Tit-Bits

                                “Miss Bettington’s Lapse,” 21 July 1923, p. 509  (C63)

                                “The Girl Who Was Sure,” 29 Sept. 1923, p. 113  (C29)

                                “Mistaken Identity,” 15 Dec. 1923, p. 437  (C64)

                                “Convincing Mona,” 22 Dec. 1923, p. 437  (C12)

                                “George and the Dragon,” Summer Annual 1924, pp. 20-22  (CD30)

                                “In the Dark,” Summer Annual 1925, pp. 16-18  (CD42)

 

                Truth

                                “Queer Story:  Bitter Almonds,” 1 Aug. 1923, pp. 211-212  (C8)

                                *“Queer Story:  Over the Telephone,” 17 Feb. 1926, pp. 322-324

 

                The 20 Story Magazine

                                “The Matter-of-fact Young Lady,” March 1923, pp. 84-90  (C59)

 

                The Weekly Westminster Gazette

                                “The Woman Who Would Not Be Startled,” 14 April 1923, p. 16  (C123)

 

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