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Lord Dunsany - all speculative-fiction books

"It is a long journey from London to World's End . . . ."

Lord Dunsany




General Notes on Lord Dunsany's Works

(For convenience, this section is repeated on each of the pages tabulated below.)

Dunsany was a prolific writer of works both in and out of the speculative-fiction mode. Moreover, a great deal of his work was short stories, and large numbers of collections, some original, some reprints exist; worse, many of these collections have complete, near-complete, or partial overlap, making the task of the reader who would explore Dunsany's output in full a taxing one. I have here attempted to bring some order to a bibliography of Dunsany's published works, including his entire oeuvre but focussing especially on his speculative-fiction output. Such a bibliography has been done in print by S. T. Joshi and Darrell Schweitzer, but copies are expensive and it is not up to date (being from 1993). Also, the material here presents the data in several different forms, each of which, I hope, will have its utility for the reader.

The diligent may also find the Wikipedia bibliography of Dunsany of some interest (as a cross-check if nothing else), as well as the well-researched entries at the ISFDB.

The material here is presented in these different tabulations (one per page):

Tabulation Explanation
All SpecFic Books The titles of all of Dunsany's speculative-fiction books, showing publication year, type (novel/collection), and--for reprints--the amount of original material.
SpecFic All The above, expanded: each of Dunsany's speculative-fiction books, dated and annotated, including the full story contents of each collection.
SpecFic Stories Each of Dunsany's short stories, listed alphabetically, showing all books in which it has appeared (in chronological order).
Unique SpecFic Tales All Dunsany short stories appearing in but a single book (showing, of course, which book).
Unique SpecFic Books Converse of the above: all Dunsany books with content to be found in no other book.
Works All Each of Dunsany's books, speculative or not (dated and, for speculative fiction, annotated as appropriate).
Works All Listed The above, expanded: each of Dunsany's books, speculative or not, dated and annotated, including the full contents (stories, poems, essays, etc.) of each collection.

Some few notes are in order. First, titles of both books and individual stories are my best attempt at "canonical", but minor variants, notably in capitalization, are not uncommon in other lists (as, for example, between The Man Who Ate the Phoenix and The Man who Ate the Phoenix). Second, the canonical story titles are used even when the title as given in a particular reprint edition is quite different (that is almost entirely a matter of the Ballantine Dunsany collections edited by the well-meaning but sometimes-bumbling Lin Carter); in such cases, I have appended the title used with the notation (here titled Whatever). Third, the speculative-fiction listings omit anything but novels and stories (that is, no plays or poems, of which Dunsany produced not a few). Fourth, I have for internal sorting purposes labelled each of his speculative-fiction books as either Novel or Tales, but his non-speculative books are each either novel (lower-cased) or Stories (or, of course, whatever other form they may be, such as Poems or Plays or whatnot); there is no difference between the designations except whether the labelled works are speculative.

Note also that--as you might expect--most book titles, here and in the tabulation below, are click-on links each to a page that will show all editions of that book currently available for purchase new (through Amazon) or used (through Abebooks).

The reader wanting to acquire as much Dunsany as possible in as few volumes as possible will find listed in these pages all the "unique" speculative-fiction books--that is, those containing at least one story not appearing in any other published book. But, as that tabulation notes, that is scarcely all that one needs, because there are very many stories in none of those "unique" books, but repeated in many others. The bulk of Dunsany's speculative fiction may be had in a collection comprising these volumes ("apa" signifes "also published as"):

(Those last two novels above, Dunsany's "science-fiction" output, are not links because, to be blunt, they aren't up to Dunsany's usual level of quality, though--being Dunsany, after all--they are not so awful as to be unreadable or anything of that sort.)

The reader then wanting to "fill in the cracks" would need to add to the collection these:

The listings above do not include an odd work, a 2006 collection titled Tales of God and Men, which had a sufficient existence to have cover images and a few early reviews, but which seems to have ceased uttterly to exist after that--no bookseller, no library, no anything I can find has one single copy. It was an omnibus of the six books in Time and the Gods (as shown above) plus Fifty-One Tales (presumably to the American edition) and Tales of Three Hemispheres, plus some unspecified "previously uncollected stories"--all in all, quite a feast, especially as it is said to have included all the Sime illustrations that are so vital to the original books. Simon & Schuster, the parent of the listed publishers (variously Pocket Books and Cold Spring Press) has yet to respond to an emailed request for more information. In the circumstances, it seems pointless to list that work as a potential addition to anyone's collection.

Some books wanting special comment: The Little Tales of Smethers, though thoroughly Dunsanian, is not speculative fiction save for (perhaps) one tale, and so is not included in the specfic lists. Then there are the half dozen "Jorkens" books of stories; those are of the classic form of the British "club tale", told round the fireplace in a gentlemen's club, but a substantial fraction of the tales are fantastic (or, occasionally, science-fictional), and even those that are not have that style and air one might call "far-awayness"; in any event it would be silly, very difficult, and ultimately pointless (as they are all collected together) to try to segregate individual Jorkens tales as to "speculative" or not.

Finally, there remains a body of yet-uncollected work, speculative and other. Jeff Wyonch has presented a list of uncollected Dunsany to which it would be supererogation to attempt to add.



All of Lord Dunsany's Books, Full Contents

The Table below shows all books by Lord Dunsany, whether or not classed "speculative fiction", with the full contents of each given. The list is not separated by type--novels, story collections, poetry, plays, essays, all are intermingled (but in chronological order). In the Tables above, you can also locate pages showing just a bare list of all these books, or analogous lists limited just to Dunsany's speculative fiction. Works that are not speculative fiction have grey backgrounds.


All Works Published as Books:
(1905) The Gods of Pegana - Tales
  • Preface to The Gods of Pegana (essay)
  • The Gods of Pegana
  • Of Skarl the Drummer
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Of the Game of the Gods
  • The Chaunt of the Gods
  • The Sayings of Kib
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Sayings of Slid
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Chaunt of the Priests
  • The Sayings of Limpang-Tung
  • Of Yoharneth-Lahai
  • Of Roon, the God of Going
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of Dorozhand
  • The Eye in the Waste
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Yonath the Prophet
  • Yug the Prophet
  • Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of the Calamity That Befell Yun-Ilara by the Sea, and of the Building of the Tower of the Ending of Days
  • Of How the Gods Whelmed Sidith
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Met Zodrak
  • Pegana
  • The Sayings of Imbaun
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
(1906) Time and the Gods - Tales
  • Preface to Time and the Gods (essay)
  • Time and the Gods
  • The Coming of the Sea
  • A Legend of the Dawn
  • The Vengeance of Men
  • When the Gods Slept
  • The King that was not
  • The Cave of Kai
  • The Sorrow of Search
  • The Men of Yarnith
  • For the Honour of the Gods
  • Night and Morning
  • Usury
  • Mlideen
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • The South Wind
  • In the Land of Time
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Jest of the Gods
  • The Dreams of the Prophet
  • The Journey of the King
(1908) The Sword of Welleran - Tales
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Fall of Babbulkund
  • The Kith of the Elf-Folk
  • The Highwayman
  • In the Twilight
  • The Ghosts
  • The Whirlpool
  • The Hurricane
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • The Lord of Cities
  • The Doom of La Traviata
  • On the Dry Land
(1910) A Dreamer's Tales - Tales
  • Preface to A Dreamer's Tales (essay)
  • Poltarnees, Beholder of Ocean
  • Blagdaross
  • The Madness of Andelsprutz
  • Where the Tides Ebb and Flow
  • Bethmoora
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • The Sword and the Idol
  • The Idle City
  • The Hashish Man
  • Poor Old Bill
  • The Beggars
  • Carcassonne
  • In Zaccaroth
  • The Field
  • The Day of the Poll
  • The Unhappy Body
(1912) The Book of Wonder - Tales
  • Preface to The Book of Wonder (essay)
  • The Bride of the Man-Horse
  • The Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweller, and of the Doom that Befell Him
  • The House of the Sphinx
  • The Probable Adventure of the Three Literary Men
  • The Injudicious Prayers of Pombo the Idolater
  • The Loot of Bombasharna
  • Miss Cubbidge and the Dragon of Romance
  • The Quest of the Queen's Tears
  • The Hoard of the Gibbelins
  • How Nuth Would Have Practised His Art Upon the Gnoles
  • How One Came, As Was Foretold, to the City of Never
  • The Coronation of Mr. Thomas Shap
  • Chu-Bu and Sheemish
  • The Wonderful Window
  • Epilogue to The Book of Wonder (essay)
(1912) Selections from the Writings of Lord Dunsany - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Gods of the Mountain (play)
  • Act 1 of King Argimenes and the Unknown Warrior (play)
  • The Fall of Babbulkund
  • The Sphinx at Gizeh
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • A Miracle [from The Idle City (extract)]
  • The Castle of Time [from In the Land of Time (extract)]
(1914) Five Plays - Plays
  • The Gods of the Mountain (play)
  • The Golden Doom (play)
  • King Argimenes and the Unknown Warrior (play)
  • The Glittering Gate (play)
  • The Lost Silk Hat (play)
(1915)   Fifty-One Tales [American edition] - Tales
  • The Assignation
  • Charon
  • The Death of Pan
  • The Sphinx at Gizeh
  • The Hen
  • Wind and Fog
  • The Raft-Builders
  • The Workman
  • The Guest
  • Death and Odysseus
  • Death and the Orange
  • The Prayer of the Flowers
  • Time and the Tradesman
  • The Little City
  • The Unpasturable Fields
  • The Worm and the Angel
  • The Songless Country
  • The Latest Thing
  • The Demagogue and the Demi-Monde
  • The Giant Poppy
  • Roses
  • The Man With the Golden Ear-rings
  • The Dream of King Karna-Vootra
  • The Storm
  • A Mistaken Identity
  • The True History of the Hare and the Tortoise
  • Alone the Immortals
  • A Moral Little Tale
  • The Return of Song
  • Spring in Town
  • How the Enemy Came to Thlunrana
  • A Losing Game
  • Taking Up Picadilly
  • After the Fire
  • The City
  • The Food of Death
  • The Lonely Idol
  • The Sphinx in Thebes (Massachusetts)
  • The Reward
  • The Trouble in Leafy Green Street
  • Furrow-Maker
  • Lobster Salad
  • The Return of the Exiles
  • Nature and Time
  • The Song of the Blackbird
  • The Messengers
  • The Three Tall Sons
  • Compromise
  • What We Have Come To
  • The Tomb of Pan
  • The Mist
(1915)   Fifty-One Tales [British edition: London: Elkin Mathews] - Tales
  • The Assignation
  • Charon
  • The Death of Pan
  • The Sphinx at Gizeh
  • The Hen
  • Wind and Fog
  • The Raft-Builders
  • The Workman
  • The Guest
  • Death and Odysseus
  • Death and the Orange
  • The Prayer of the Flowers
  • Time and the Tradesman
  • The Little City
  • The Unpasturable Fields
  • The Worm and the Angel
  • The Songless Country
  • The Latest Thing
  • The Demagogue and the Demi-Monde
  • The Giant Poppy
  • Roses
  • The Man With the Golden Ear-rings
  • The Dream of King Karna-Vootra
  • The Storm
  • A Mistaken Identity
  • The True History of the Hare and the Tortoise
  • Alone the Immortals
  • A Moral Little Tale
  • The Return of Song
  • Spring in Town
  • How the Enemy Came to Thlunrana
  • A Losing Game
  • Taking Up Picadilly
  • After the Fire
  • The City
  • The Food of Death
  • The Lonely Idol
  • The Sphinx in Thebes (Massachusetts)
  • The Reward
  • The Trouble in Leafy Green Street
  • Furrow-Maker
  • Lobster Salad
  • The Return of the Exiles
  • Nature and Time
  • The Song of the Blackbird
  • The Messengers
  • The Three Tall Sons
  • Compromise
  • What We Have Come To
  • The Tomb of Pan
  • The Poet Speaks With Earth
(1916) Tales of Wonder - Tales
  • Preface to The Last Book of Wonder (essay)
  • A Tale of London
  • Thirteen at Table
  • The City on Mallington Moor
  • Why the Milkman Shudders When He Perceives the Dawn
  • The Bad Old Woman in Black
  • The Bird of the Difficult Eye
  • The Long Porter's Tale
  • The Loot of Loma
  • The Secret of the Sea
  • How Ali Came to the Black Country
  • The Bureau d'Exchange de Maux
  • A Story of Land and Sea
  • A Tale of the Equator
  • A Narrow Escape
  • The Watch-Tower
  • How Plash-Goo Came to the Land of None's Desire
  • The Three Sailors' Gambit
  • The Exiles' Club
  • The Three Infernal Jokes
(1917) Plays of Gods and Men - Plays
  • The Tents of the Arabs (play)
  • The Laughter of the Gods (play)
  • The Queen's Enemies (play)
  • A Night at an Inn (play)
(1917) A Dreamer's Tales and Other Stories - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • Poltarnees, Beholder of Ocean
  • Blagdaross
  • The Madness of Andelsprutz
  • Where the Tides Ebb and Flow
  • Bethmoora
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • The Sword and the Idol
  • The Idle City
  • The Hashish Man
  • Poor Old Bill
  • The Beggars
  • Carcassonne
  • In Zaccaroth
  • The Field
  • The Day of the Poll
  • The Unhappy Body
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Fall of Babbulkund
  • The Kith of the Elf-Folk
  • The Highwayman
  • In the Twilight
  • The Ghosts
  • The Whirlpool
  • The Hurricane
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • The Lord of Cities
  • The Doom of La Traviata
  • On the Dry Land
(1918) Book of Wonder - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Bride of the Man-Horse
  • The Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweller, and of the Doom that Befell Him
  • The House of the Sphinx
  • The Probable Adventure of the Three Literary Men
  • The Injudicious Prayers of Pombo the Idolater
  • The Loot of Bombasharna
  • Miss Cubbidge and the Dragon of Romance
  • The Quest of the Queen's Tears
  • The Hoard of the Gibbelins
  • How Nuth Would Have Practised His Art Upon the Gnoles
  • How One Came, As Was Foretold, to the City of Never
  • The Coronation of Mr. Thomas Shap
  • Chu-Bu and Sheemish
  • The Wonderful Window
  • Time and the Gods
  • The Coming of the Sea
  • A Legend of the Dawn
  • The Vengeance of Men
  • When the Gods Slept
  • The King that was not
  • The Cave of Kai
  • The Sorrow of Search
  • The Men of Yarnith
  • For the Honour of the Gods
  • Night and Morning
  • Usury
  • Mlideen
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • The South Wind
  • In the Land of Time
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Jest of the Gods
  • The Dreams of the Prophet
  • The Journey of the King
(1918) Nowadays - Essay
 
(1918) Tales of War - Stories
  • The Prayer of the Men of Daleswood
  • The Road
  • An Imperial Monument
  • A Walk to the Trenches
  • A Walk in Picardy
  • What Happened on the Night of the Twenty-Seventh
  • Standing To
  • The Homing Plane
  • England
  • Shells
  • Two Degrees of Envy
  • The Master of Noman's Land
  • Weeds and Wire
  • Spring in England and Flanders
  • The Nightmare Countries
  • Spring and the Kaiser
  • Two Songs
  • The Punishment
  • The English Spirit
  • An Investigation into the Causes and the Origin of the War
  • Lost
  • The Last Mirage
  • A Famous Man
  • The Oases of Death
  • Anglo-Saxon Tyranny
  • Memories
  • The Movement
  • Nature's Cad
  • The Home of Herr Schnitzelhaaser
  • A Deed of Mercy
  • Last Scene of All
  • Old England
(1919) Tales of Three Hemispheres - Tales  [mostly reprints - only 4 original tales]
  • The Last Dream of Bwona Khubla
  • How the Office of Postman Fell Vacant In Otford-under-the Wold
  • The Prayer of Boob Aheera
  • East and West
  • A Pretty Quarrel
  • How the Gods Avenged Meoul Ki Ning
  • The Gifts of the Gods
  • The Sack of Emeralds
  • The Old Brown Coat
  • An Archive of the Older Mysteries
  • A City of Wonder
  • Beyond the Fields We Know (publisher's note)
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • A Shop in Go-by Street
  • The Avenger of Perdondaris
(1919) Unhappy Far-Off Things - Stories
  • Sonnet
  • The Cathedral of Arras
  • A Good War
  • The House with Two Storeys
  • Bermondsey versus Wurtemburg
  • On an Old Battle-Field
  • The Real Thing
  • A Garden of Arras
  • After Hell
  • A Happy Valley
  • In Bethune
  • In an Old Drawing-Room
  • The Homes of Arras
(1922) The Chronicles of Rodrigues - Novel
 
(1922) Plays of Near and Far - Plays
  • If (play)
  • The Compromise of the King of the Golden Isles (play)
  • The Flight of the Queen (play)
  • Cheezo (play)
  • A Good Bargain (play)
  • If Shakespeare Lived To-Day (play)
  • Fame and the Poet (play)
(1924) The King of Elfland's Daughter - Novel
 
(1925) Alexander - Plays
  • Alexander (play)
  • The Old King's Tale (play)
  • The Evil Kettle (play)
  • The Amusements of Khan Kharuda (play)
(1926) The Charwoman's Shadow - Novel
 
(1927) The Blessing of Pan - Novel
 
(1928) Seven Modern Comedies - Plays
  • Atalanta in Wimbledon (play)
  • The Raffle (play)
  • The Journey of the Soul (play)
  • In Holy Russia (play)
  • His Sainted Grandmother (play)
  • The Hopeless Passion of Mr. Bunyon (play)
  • The Jest of Hahalab (play)
(1929) Fifty Poems - Poems
  • Art and Life (poem)
  • The Hunter Dreams in His Club (poem)
  • A Song of Wandering (poem)
  • Evening in Africa (poem)
  • Night (poem)
  • Ode to a Dublin Critic (poem)
  • In the Sahara (poem)
  • Under Mount Monadnock (poem)
  • The Traveller (poem)
  • Songs from an Evil Wood (poem)
  • The Memorial (poem)
  • A Dirge of Victory (poem)
  • To the Fallen Irish Soldiers (poem)
  • The Riders (poem)
  • The Watchers (poem)
  • The Enchanted People (poem)
  • Lady Blayn (poem)
  • Inscribed in a Copy of Five Plays (poem)
  • Inscribed in a Copy of The King of Elfland's Daughter (poem)
  • At the Time of the Full Moon (poem)
  • The Happy Isles (poem)
  • Nemesis (poem)
  • A Heterodoxy (poem)
  • A Moment (poem)
  • On a Portrait (poem)
  • To a Coffin fromUr (poem)
  • In an Old Land (poem)
  • Affairs (poem)
  • To Keats (poem)
  • The Forsaken Windmill (poem)
  • To Those That Come After (poem)
  • In Wild-Rose Garden (poem)
  • Waiting (poem)
  • A Call to the Wild (poem)
  • In a Yorkshire Valley (poem)
  • Snow on the East Wind (poem)
  • A Word in Season (poem)
  • The Worm and the Star (poem)
  • Al Shaldomir (A Song in a Play) (poem)
  • Song of the Iris Marshes (poem)
  • A Ballade of the Last Night (poem)
  • The Statue (poem)
  • In the Silence (poem)
  • The Inspiration (poem)
  • The Lost Trick (poem)
  • Raw Material (poem)
  • The Quest (poem)
  • The Call (poem)
  • The Deserted Kingdom (poem)
(1930) The Old Folk of the Centuries - Play
 
(1931) The Travel Tales of Mr. Joseph Jorkens - Tales
  • Preface to The Travel Tales of Mr. Joseph Jorkens (essay)
  • The Tale of the Abu Laheeb
  • The King of Sarahb
  • How Jembu Played for Cambridge
  • The Charm Against Thirst
  • Our Distant Cousins
  • A Large Diamond
  • A Queer Island
  • The Electric King
  • A Drink at a Running Stream
  • A Daughter of Rameses
  • The Showman
  • Mrs. Jorkens
  • The Witch of the Willows
(1933) Lord Adrian - Play
 
(1933) The Curse of the Wise Woman - Novel
 
(1934) Building A Sentence - Essay
 
(1934) If I Were Dictator (The Pronouncement of the fraud Macaroni) - Essay
 
(1934) Jorkens Remembers Africa - Tales
  • Preface to Jorkens Remembers Africa (essay)
  • The Lost Romance
  • The Curse of the Witch
  • The Pearly Beach
  • The Walk to Lingham
  • The Escape from the Valley
  • An August in the Red Sea
  • The Bare Truth
  • What Jorkens Has to Put up With
  • Ozymandias
  • At the End of the Universe
  • The Black Mamba
  • In the Garden of Memories
  • The Slugly Beast
  • Earth's Secret
  • The Persian Spell
  • Stranger Than Fiction
  • The Golden Gods
  • The Correct Kit
  • How Ryan Got Out of Russia
  • The Club Secretary
  • A Mystery of the East
(1935) Mr. Faithful - Play
 
(1935) Up in the Hills - novel
 
(1936) My Talks With Dean Spanley - Novel
 
(1936) Rory and Bran - novel
 
(1937) My Ireland - Essay
 
(1937) Plays for Earth and Air - Plays
  • Fame Comes Late (play)
  • A Matter of Honour (play)
  • Mr. Sliggen's Hour (play)
  • The Pumpkin (play)
  • The Use of Man (play)
  • The Bureau de Change (play)
  • The Seventh Symphony (play)
  • Golden Dragon City (play)
  • Time's Joke (play)
  • Atmospherics (play)
(1938) Mirage Water - Poems
  • Mirage Water (poem)
  • In the Indian Ocean (poem)
  • Agra (poem)
  • From Dream to Dream (poem)
  • A Meeting (poem)
  • To a Tiger Passing my Tent (poem)
  • The Himalayas Seen from Rampur State (poem)
  • To the Outermost Planet (poem)
  • On the Death of a Mohammedan Friend (poem)
  • Geography (poem)
  • On a Cold Evening (poem)
  • To a Spirit Seen in a Dream (poem)
  • To a Lost Spirit (poem)
  • To a Dog Dreaming (poem)
  • The Banker and the Broker (poem)
  • The Debate (poem)
  • Away (poem)
  • On the Safe Side (poem)
  • Vox Populi (poem)
  • The Path (poem)
  • At Evening (poem)
  • The Faithful (poem)
  • Spring (poem)
  • The Lament of the Wind (poem)
  • The Poet (poem)
  • The Lost Message (poem)
  • A Loyalist's Song (poem)
  • On a Colossal Statue of Buddha (poem)
  • On a Tea-Pot of Chien Lung (poem)
  • The Calamity (poem)
  • To a Sister Poet (poem)
  • Sisyphus Speaks (poem)
  • A Rememberance of Pan (poem)
  • Twilight in London (poem)
  • The Wider Lands (poem)
  • On Seeing a Picture of Venus with Shoulders as Sharp as Spikes (poem)
  • Ode to a Sky-Writer (poem)
  • The Hope (poem)
  • To Dives Triumphant (poem)
  • Contentment (poem)
  • To One Playing a Losing Game (poem)
  • In the Lion House (poem)
  • The Prisoner (poem)
  • In Islay (poem)
  • To a Friend in the Hebrides (poem)
  • In a London Park (poem)
  • To A.E. (poem)
  • The Lost Poet (poem)
  • In York Minster (poem)
  • The Last Wolf (poem)
  • To Rudyard Kipling (poem)
  • In the Abbey (Jan. 23, 1936) (poem)
  • For Mrs. Kipling (poem)
  • The Slave (poem)
  • An Interview (poem)
  • Looking Seawards (poem)
  • The Awakening (poem)
  • At the Exhibition (poem)
  • To a Mighty People (poem)
  • The Shining Faces (poem)
  • The Thought (poem)
  • Bones (poem)
  • Exiles (poem)
  • The Answer (poem)
  • To the Meteor That Missed Us (poem)
  • When the World Is Over (poem)
  • To the Birds (poem)
  • In the Mist (poem)
  • Quiet Again (poem)
  • At a Memorial Service (poem)
(1938) Patches of Sunlight - Autobiograpy
 
(1939) The Story of Mona Sheehy - novel
 
(1940) Jorkens Has a Large Whiskey - Tales
  • Preface to Jorkens Has a Large Whiskey (essay)
  • Jorkens' Revenge
  • Jorkens Retires from Business
  • Jorkens Handles a Big Property
  • The Invention of Dr. Caber
  • The Grecian Singer
  • The Jorkens Family Emeralds
  • A Fishing Story
  • Jorkens in High Finance
  • The Sign
  • The Angelic Shepard
  • The Neapolitan Ice
  • The Development of the Rillswood Estate
  • The Fancy Man
  • The Lion and the Unicorn
  • A Doubtful Story
  • Jorkens Looks Forward
  • Jorkens among the Ghosts
  • Elephant Shooting
  • African Magic
  • Jorkens Consults a Prophet
  • A Matter of Business
  • The Invention of the Age
  • The Sultan, the Monkey and the Banana
  • Pundleton's Audience
  • The Fight in the Drawing-Room
  • The Ivory Poacher
(1940) War Poems (a muddle, printed while we were abroad) - Poems
  • An Antique Figure? (poem)
  • Splendours of Ruin (poem)
  • The Gate of Horn (poem)
  • Birds of a Feather (poem)
  • Fauna of Kent (poem)
  • The Reward (poem)
  • Between the Armies (poem)
  • The Old Voice (poem)
  • Over the Tea-Cups (poem)
  • Beware! (poem)
  • The Old Bells (poem)
  • The Knight Errant (poem)
  • A True Story (poem)
  • In Honour of General de Gaulle (poem)
  • Waiting (poem)
  • The Phantom (poem)
  • Harvest Moon 1940 (poem)
  • Paris (poem)
  • The Refugees (poem)
  • The Wanderers (poem)
  • To a German Airman (poem)
  • Adieu to Hitler (poem)
  • Sleep (poem)
  • To Italy (poem)
  • The Ally (poem)
  • Tests (poem)
  • Riding to El Dorado (poem)
  • To My Gate, on Going out into the World (poem)
  • World Dominion Lost (poem)
  • After a While (poem)
  • Song After Doorn (poem)
  • The Black Sheep of Greystones (poem)
  • Betting on a Certainty (poem)
  • Information to the Enemy (poem)
  • In Thanksgiving (poem)
  • Bad News... (poem)
  • Untitled (poem)
  • On a Broadcast from Bremen (poem)
  • Spring (poem)
  • The Old Man (poem)
  • The Changeling (poem)
  • Victory (poem)
  • A Victory (poem)
  • A Word in Season (poem)
  • Before Warsaw Fell (poem)
  • The Lesson (poem)
  • The Darkest Hour (poem)
  • The Heirloom (poem)
  • Petain (poem)
  • To the Invader of Holland (poem)
  • Over the Fragments (poem)
  • In Dark Days (poem)
  • An Imperial Sonnet (poem)
  • Invicta (poem)
  • Outcast (poem)
  • In Anxious Days (poem)
  • Neutrality (poem)
  • The Old Road (poem)
  • The Marseillaise (poem)
  • The L.D.V. (poem)
  • The Songs of an L.D.V. (poem)
  • Songs of an L.D.V. (No.2) (poem)
  • A Sunday Morning (poem)
  • The Reaping (poem)
  • A Song of an L.D.V. (poem)
  • The Cart Before the Horse (poem)
  • A Bird at Peace (poem)
  • Comrades (poem)
  • While Goering Rages (poem)
  • Company (poem)
  • All Clear (poem)
  • Starlight In Kent (poem)
  • The Guns of London (poem)
  • The Victors (poem)
  • Monsieur de Paris (poem)
  • If We Make Peace (poem)
  • An Industrious Slave (poem)
  • Full Moon, June, 1940 (poem)
  • The Marauders (poem)
  • Ode to Bremen (poem)
  • Heil and Farewell (poem)
  • An Expression of Thanks (poem)
  • Gold in the Air (poem)
  • The English Spirit (poem)
  • Learning (poem)
  • Armistice Day in London (poem)
  • A Dream of the Cities (poem)
(1943) Wandering Songs - Poems
  • To a House In Kent (poem)
  • In a Kentish Wood (poem)
  • The Craters (poem)
  • The Refugee (poem)
  • To aMunition-Worker (poem)
  • The Spirit of London (poem)
  • The Victors (poem)
  • In an Old Garden (poem)
  • The Harmless Wing (poem)
  • Whatever They Say (poem)
  • V (poem)
  • The Long Watch (poem)
  • To Cairo (poem)
  • To Greece (poem)
  • At Haifa (poem)
  • Future History (poem)
  • To a Princess of Egypt (poem)
  • Mussolini (poem)
  • Waking (poem)
  • To a Turkish Lady (poem)
  • After Abdullac Hamid (poem)
  • From the Turkish (poem)
  • From Wasfi Endaruni (poem)
  • From the Turkish (poem)
  • From the Turkish (poem)
  • From Yunus Emreh (A.D. 1200) (poem)
  • From Selim I (poem)
  • From the Turkish (poem)
  • From Abdullac Hamid (poem)
  • From Yahya Kemal (poem)
  • Mihr Abad (poem)
  • Feisuli on Friendship (poem)
  • In the Sultan's Garden (poem)
  • The Wolf (poem)
  • In Turkey (poem)
  • On My Travels (poem)
  • On Leaving Mundanyieh (poem)
  • The Old Houses (poem)
  • Strange (poem)
  • Bardia (poem)
  • Olympus (poem)
  • Klissoura (poem)
  • Omens (poem)
  • Lying in State (poem)
  • In Athens (poem)
  • Beacons (poem)
  • Again (poem)
  • To Bulgaria (poem)
  • In the Valley of Helicon (poem)
  • The Leafy Car (poem)
  • Under Parnassus (poem)
  • The Captive Oread (poem)
  • In the Gloaming (poem)
  • The Migrant (poem)
  • At Sunset (poem)
  • Hellas (poem)
  • The Advance (poem)
  • The Light (poem)
  • Beyond Aegina (poem)
  • Auguries (poem)
  • The Hour (poem)
  • Waiting (poem)
  • Before the Storm (poem)
  • Spring in Athens (poem)
  • To a Swallow (poem)
  • The Wanderer (poem)
  • Guns Through Athens (poem)
  • Watching (poem)
  • While Athens Waited (poem)
  • The Mountains of Egina (poem)
  • Gazing (poem)
  • The Altar (poem)
  • In Dark Days (poem)
  • Beside the Acropolis (poem)
  • Gloaming in Athens (poem)
  • The Ancient Glory (poem)
  • The Parthenon (poem)
  • To Jugo-Slavia (poem)
  • Next Day (poem)
  • The Convoy (poem)
  • At the Edge of the Shadow (poem)
  • The Sword of Orion (poem)
  • The Plane (poem)
  • The Conclave (poem)
  • A Spring Morning (poem)
  • At Eleusis (poem)
  • In Time of War (poem)
  • Old Soldiers (poem)
  • The Grey Ship (poem)
  • After a Night of It (poem)
  • The Tide (poem)
  • The Mirth of the Flowers (poem)
  • Passing Voices (poem)
  • Lights of Athens (poem)
  • The Shadow (poem)
  • The Farewell (poem)
  • The Introduction (poem)
  • Soup (poem)
  • To a Rear Gunner (poem)
  • Work and Play (poem)
  • Not in Vain (poem)
  • The Hospital Ships (poem)
  • Songs to the Sphinx (I-VIII) (poem)
  • The Hunting-Hour (poem)
  • The Camel (poem)
  • The Great Pyramids at Sunset (poem)
  • An Arab at Evening (poem)
  • Prisoners in the Red Sea (poem)
  • At Dawn (poem)
  • In Natal (poem)
  • The Exile (poem)
  • Beyond the Drakensberg (poem)
  • Beyond the Map (poem)
  • Wasted Pity (poem)
  • Dispossessed (poem)
  • The African Butterfly (poem)
  • Forsaken (poem)
  • The Warden (poem)
  • The Waters (poem)
  • The Drums of Victory (poem)
  • By the Umgeni River (poem)
  • Peace (poem)
  • By an Old Battlefield (poem)
  • Colenso (poem)
  • The Message of the Mountains (poem)
  • At Peace (poem)
  • By Karkloof Falls (poem)
  • The Surprise (poem)
  • Never Again (poem)
  • Hills and Storm (poem)
  • A Dark Continent (poem)
  • Maritzburg by Day (poem)
  • Maritzburg by Night (poem)
  • The Warning (poem)
  • Lost Voices (poem)
  • To My Friends in Greece (poem)
  • To the Spirit of Queen Marie (poem)
  • The Call (poem)
  • Ambassadors (poem)
  • Great Company (poem)
  • Illusions (poem)
  • In Memory of a Flying Officer (O.M.R.) (poem)
  • The Vision (poem)
  • The Wind in the Night (poem)
  • Behind Closed Doors (poem)
  • Bombs on St. Paul's (poem)
  • The Smile (poem)
  • The Dream (poem)
  • The Song (poem)
  • The Russian Snow (poem)
  • The Answer (poem)
  • In Europe (poem)
  • Waiting? (poem)
  • To the Drakensberg Mountains (poem)
  • Greek Independence Day, 1942 (poem)
(1944) Guerilla - novel
 
(1944) The Journey - Poem
  • Canto I: The Battle of Britain (poem)
  • Canto II: The Battle of Greece (poem)
  • Canto III: The Battle of the Mediterranean (poem)
  • Canto IV: Battles Long Ago (poem)
  • Canto V: The Battle of the Atlantic (poem)
(1944) While the Sirens Slept - Autobiography
 
(1945) The Donellan Lectures 1943 - Essays
  • Prose (essay)
  • Poetry (essay)
  • Drama (essay)
(1945) The Sirens Wake - Autobiography
 
(1946) A Glimpse from the Watchtower - Pamphlet
 
(1946) The Year - Poem
  • June (poem)
  • July (poem)
  • August (poem)
  • September (poem)
  • October (poem)
  • November (poem)
  • December (poem)
  • January (poem)
  • February (poem)
  • March (poem)
  • April (poem)
  • May (poem)
  • June Again (poem)
(1949) The Man Who Ate the Phoenix - Tales
  • The Man who Ate the Phoenix
  • The Widow Flynn's Apple Tree
  • Where Everyone's Business is Known
  • The Rose By-Pass
  • An Old Man's Tale
  • How the Tinker Came to Skavangur
  • The Opal Arrow-head
  • The Sultan's Pet
  • The Descent of the Sultan of Khash
  • The Policeman's Prophecy
  • The Wind in the Wood
  • The Tiger's Skin
  • The Finding of Mr. Jupkens
  • The Awful Dream
  • Mrs. Mulger
  • The Choice
  • Rose Tibbets
  • Little Snow White up to Date
  • The Return
  • The Mad Ghost
  • The Cause
  • The Cut
  • The Sleuthing of Lily Bostum
  • The Possibility of Life on the Third Planet
  • Old Emma
  • How Abdul Din Saved Justice
  • The First Watch-Dog
  • The Chess-Player, the Financier, and Another
  • The Honorary Member
  • The Experiment
  • Down Among the Kingcups
  • The Gratitude of the Devil
  • The After-Dinner Speech
  • The Je-Ne-Sais-Quoi
  • Poseidon
  • A Near Thing
(1947) The Odes of Horace, translated into English verse - Poems
 
(1947) The Fourth Book of Jorkens - Tales
  • Making Fine Weather
  • Mgamu
  • The Haunting of Halahanstown
  • The Pale-Green Image
  • Jorkens Leaves Prison
  • The Warning
  • The Sacred City of Krakovlitz
  • Jorkens Practises Medicine and Magic
  • Jarton's Disease
  • On the Other Side of the Sun
  • The Rebuff
  • Jorkens' Ride
  • The Secret of the Sphinx
  • The Khamseen
  • The Expulsion
  • The Welcome
  • By Command of Pharaoh
  • A Cricket Problem
  • A Life's Work
  • The Ingratiating Smile
  • The Last Bull
  • The Strange Drug of Dr. Caber
  • A Deal with the Devil
  • Strategy at the Billiards Club
  • Jorkens in Witch Wood
  • Lost
  • The English Magnifico
  • The Cleverness of Dr. Caber
  • Fairy Gold
  • A Royal Dinner
  • A Fight with Knives
  • Out West
  • In a Dim Room
(1949) To Awaken Pegasus - Poems
  • To Awaken Pegasus (poem)
  • Ulysses, Bound to the Mast (poem)
  • To an Absent Poet (poem)
  • Beethoven (poem)
  • Lilith (poem)
  • To the Lady Wentworth (poem)
  • A Message to Northfleet from the Darenth Valley (poem)
  • Fate and Chance (poem)
  • The Meeting Place (poem)
  • The Memory (poem)
  • The Fairy Child (poem)
  • Valparaiso (poem)
  • In Memory of Francis Ledwidge (poem)
  • Still at Peace (poem)
  • In Memory of a Great Translator (poem)
  • In Grimy Ways (poem)
  • Loyalty (poem)
  • Ode to the Children of Greece (poem)
  • Summary by a Neutral (poem)
  • At the End of an Era (poem)
  • To My Housemaid, Annie McCoy (poem)
  • Poems for the British Legion, Dublin Branch (poem)
  • - 1946 (poem)
  • - 1947 (poem)
  • - 1948 (poem)
  • - 1949(poem)
  • The Three Sisters (poem)
  • In Memory of Captain Stephen Cohen (poem)
  • Nearing the End (poem)
  • Clouds and Towers (poem)
  • Strayed (poem)
  • Last Words (poem)
  • Before Victory Came (poem)
  • The Wind and the Wood (poem)
  • The Bear (poem)
  • A Dog and His Neighbours (poem)
  • At an Exhibition of Caged Birds (poem)
  • To My Dog, Tyke (poem)
  • Travelling Words(poem)
(1950) The Strange Journeys of Colonel Polders - Novel
 
(1951) The Last Revolution - Novel
 
(1952) His Fellow Men - novel
 
(1952) The Little Tales of Smethers - Stories
  • The Two Bottles of Relish
  • The Shooting of Constable Slugger
  • An Enemy of Scotland Yard
  • The Second Front
  • The Two Assassins
  • Kriegblut's Disguise
  • The Mug in the Gambling Hall
  • The Clue
  • Once Too Often
  • An Alleged Murder
  • The Waiter's Story
  • A Trade Dispute
  • The Pirate of the Round Pond
  • A Victim of Bad Luck
  • The New Master
  • A New Murder
  • A Tale of Revenge
  • The Speech
  • The Lost Scientist
  • The Unwritten Thriller
  • In Ravancore
  • Among the Bean Rows
  • The Death-Watch Beetle
  • Murder by Lightning
  • The Murder in Netherby Gardens
  • The Shield of Athene
(1954) Jorkens Borrows Another Whiskey - Tales
  • Preface to Jorkens Borrows Another Whiskey (essay)
  • The Two-Way War
  • A Nice Lot of Diamonds
  • Letting Bygones be Bygones
  • The Lost Invention
  • On Other Paths
  • The Partner
  • Poulet a la Richelieu
  • A Walk in the Night
  • One Summer's Evening
  • A Friend of the Family
  • An Eccentricity of Genius
  • Influenza
  • The Unrecorded Test Match
  • Idle Tears
  • Among the Neutrals
  • An Idyll of the Sahara
  • The Devil among the Willows
  • A Spanish Castle
  • The New Moon
  • The Gods of Clay
  • A Rash Remark
  • The Story of Jorkens' Watch
  • The Track through the Wood
  • Snow Water
  • The Greatest Invention
  • The Verdict
  • A Conversation in Bond Street
  • The Reward
  • Which Way?
  • A Desperado in Surrey
  • Misadventure
  • A Long Memory
  • An Absentminded Professor
  • Greek Meets Greek
(1954) The Sword of Welleran and Other Tales of Enchantment - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Kith of the Elf-Folk
  • The Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweller, and of the Doom that Befell Him
  • The Three Sailors' Gambit
  • A Story of Land and Sea
  • The Wonderful Window
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • The Widow Flynn's Apple Tree
  • The Exiles' Club
  • East and West
  • The Assignation
  • The Hen
  • The Bride of the Man-Horse
  • Bethmoora
  • Poltarnees, Beholder of Ocean
  • The Return
(1970) At the Edge of the World - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Cave of Kai
  • The Sorrow of Search (here titled The Gods of Averon)
  • Mlideen
  • The King that was not
  • The Men of Yarnith
  • In the Land of Time
  • Time and the Gods
  • Usury (here titled The Opulence of Yahn)
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • Poltarnees, Beholder of Ocean
  • The Idle City
  • Bethmoora
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • The Hashish Man
  • Carcassonne
  • In Zaccarath
  • The Dream of King Karna-Vootra
  • How the Enemy Came to Thlunrana
  • The Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweller, and of the Doom that Befell Him
  • A Shop in Go-by Street
  • The Avenger of Perdondaris
  • A Pretty Quarrel (here titled How the Dwarfs Rose Up in War)
  • The Probable Adventure of the Three Literary Men
  • The Loot of Bombasharna
  • The Injudicious Prayers of Pombo the Idolater
  • The Bride of the Man-Horse
  • The Quest of the Queen's Tears
  • How One Came, As Was Foretold, to the City of Never
  • The Long Porter's Tale (here titled A Day at the Edge of the World)
  • A Tale of the Equator (here titled Erlathrodonion)
(1972) Beyond the Fields We Know - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Gods of Pegana
  • Of Skarl the Drummer
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Of the Game of the Gods
  • The Chaunt of the Gods
  • The Sayings of Kib
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Sayings of Slid
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Chaunt of the Priests
  • The Sayings of Limpang-Tung
  • Of Yoharneth-Lahai
  • Of Roon, the God of Going
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of Dorozhand
  • The Eye in the Waste
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Yonath the Prophet
  • Yug the Prophet
  • Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of the Calamity That Befell Yun-Ilara by the Sea, and of the Building of the Tower of the Ending of Days
  • Of How the Gods Whelmed Sidith
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Met Zodrak
  • Pegana
  • The Sayings of Imbaun
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
  • The Coming of the Sea (here titled How Slid Made War Against the Gods)
  • The Vengeance of Men
  • When the Gods Slept
  • For the Honour of the Gods
  • The South Wind (here titled The Wisdom of Ord)
  • Night and Morning
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Jest of the Gods
  • The Dreams of the Prophet
  • King Argimenes and the Unknown Warrior (play)
  • In the Sahara (poem)
  • Songs from an Evil Wood (poem)
  • The Riders (poem)
  • The Watchers (poem)
  • The Enchanted People (poem)
  • The Happy Isles (poem)
  • A Word in Season (poem)
  • The Quest (poem)
  • The Kith of the Elf-Folk
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Madness of Andelsprutz
  • The Sword and the Idol
  • Miss Cubbidge and the Dragon of Romance
  • Chu-Bu and Sheemish
  • How Nuth Would Have Practised His Art Upon the Gnoles
  • A Story of Land and Sea
(1972) Gods, Men and Ghosts: The Best Supernatural Fiction of Lord Dunsany - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Three Sailors' Gambit
  • The Three Infernal Jokes
  • The Exiles' Club
  • Thirteen at Table
  • The Wonderful Window
  • The Bureau d'Exchange de Maux
  • The Ghosts
  • The Probable Adventure of the Three Literary Men
  • The Coronation of Mr. Thomas Shap
  • Poor Old Bill
  • The Hoard of the Gibbelins
  • How Nuth Would Have Practised His Art upon the Gnoles
  • Chu-Bu and Sheemish
  • A Story of Land and Sea
  • The Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweller, and of the Doom that Befell Him
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • The Injudicious Prayers of Pombo the Idolater
  • How Plash-Goo Came to the Land of None's Desire
  • Bethmoora
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • The Hashish Man
  • A Narrow Escape
  • The Sign
  • The Neapolitan Ice
  • Jorkens Consults a Prophet
  • The Walk to Lingham
  • How Ryan Got Out of Russia
  • A Mystery of the East
  • Preface to The Gods of Pegana (essay)
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
  • Time and the Gods
  • The Coming of the Sea
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • In the Land of Time
(1974) Over the Hills and Far Away - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Journey of the King
  • The Fall of Babbulkund
  • The Bird of the Difficult Eye
  • The Secret of the Sea
  • The Compromise of the King of the Golden Isles (play)
  • The House of the Sphinx
  • Blagdaross
  • The Lonely Idol
  • An Archive of the Older Mysteries
  • The Loot of Loma
  • The Last Dream of Bwona Khubla
  • The Queen's Enemies (play)
  • How Plash-Goo Came to the Land of None's Desire
  • The Prayer of Boob Aheera
  • East and West
  • How the Gods Avenged Meoul Ki Ning
  • The Man With the Golden Ear-rings
  • Poor Old Bill
  • The Bad Old Woman in Black
  • The Field
  • Where the Tides Ebb and Flow
  • The Little City
  • The Highwayman
  • In the Twilight
  • The Ghosts
  • The Doom of La Traviata
  • A Narrow Escape
  • The Lord of Cities
  • The Unhappy Body
  • The Gifts of the Gods
  • On the Dry Land
  • The Unpasturable Fields
  • The Curse of the Witch
  • What Jorkens Has to Put up With (here titled Hunting the Unicorn)
  • The Pale-Green Image
  • The Sacred City of Krakovlitz
  • At Sunset (poem)
(1974) The Food of Death - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Assignation
  • Charon
  • The Death of Pan
  • The Sphinx at Gizeh
  • The Hen
  • Wind and Fog
  • The Raft-Builders
  • The Workman
  • The Guest
  • Death and Odysseus
  • Death and the Orange
  • The Prayer of the Flowers
  • Time and the Tradesman
  • The Little City
  • The Unpasturable Fields
  • The Worm and the Angel
  • The Songless Country
  • The Latest Thing
  • The Demagogue and the Demi-Monde
  • The Giant Poppy
  • Roses
  • The Man With the Golden Ear-rings
  • The Dream of King Karna-Vootra
  • The Storm
  • A Mistaken Identity
  • The True History of the Hare and the Tortoise
  • Alone the Immortals
  • A Moral Little Tale
  • The Return of Song
  • Spring in Town
  • How the Enemy Came to Thlunrana
  • A Losing Game
  • Taking Up Picadilly
  • After the Fire
  • The City
  • The Food of Death
  • The Lonely Idol
  • The Sphinx in Thebes (Massachusetts)
  • The Reward
  • The Trouble in Leafy Green Street
  • Furrow-Maker
  • Lobster Salad
  • The Return of the Exiles
  • Nature and Time
  • The Song of the Blackbird
  • The Messengers
  • The Three Tall Sons
  • Compromise
  • What We Have Come To
  • The Tomb of Pan
  • The Mist
(1980) Ghosts of the Heaviside Layer and Other Fantasms - Tales
  • The Ghosts of the Heaviside Layer
  • Told Under Oath
  • The Fields Where the Satyrs Danced
  • By Night in a Forest
  • A Royal Swan
  • How the Lost Causes Were Removed from Valhalla
  • Correcting Nature
  • Autumn Cricket
  • In the Mojave
  • The Ghost of the Valley
  • The Ghost in the Old Corridor
  • Jorkens' Problem
  • The Revelation to Mr. Periple
  • A Fable for Moderns
  • The Fantastic Dreams (essay)
  • Nowadays (essay)
  • Ghosts (essay)
  • Irish Writers I Have Known (essay)
  • Four Poets (essay)
  • The Authorship of the Barrack Room Ballads (essay)
  • Sime (essay)
  • Artist and Tradesman (essay)
  • Spring Reaches England (essay)
  • Triad (essays)
  • July (essay)
  • Or But a Wandering Voice (essay)
  • After the Shadow (essay)
  • A Moment in the Life of a Dog (essay)
  • Seeing the World (essay)
  • A Word for Fallen Grandeur (essay)
  • Where Do You Get the Clay? (essay)
  • Decay in the Language (essay)
  • The Carving of the Ivory (essay)
  • The Prince of Stamboul (play)
  • Lord Adrian (play)
(1985) An Enemy of Scotland Yard and Other Whodunits - Stories
  • The Clue
  • A New Murder
  • An Enemy of Scotland Yard
  • Once Too Often
(1985) Verses Dedicatory: 18 Previously Unpublished Poems - Poems
  • Littlefield (poem)
  • Wandering Songs (poem)
  • The Story of Mona Sheehy (poem)
  • Tales of Three Hemispheres (poem)
  • Rory and Bran (poem)
  • Donnellan Lectures (poem)
  • The King of Elfland's Daughter (poem)
  • The Sirens Wake (poem)
  • Jorkens Has a Large Whiskey (poem)
  • The Blessings of Pan (poem)
  • Plays for Earth and Air (poem)
  • Don Rodriguez (poem)
  • My Ireland (poem)
  • Unhappy Far-Off Things (poem)
  • My Talks with Dean Spanley (poem)
  • Alexander and Three Small Plays (poem)
  • The Curse of the Wise Woman (poem)
  • To Awaken Pegasus (poem)
  • The Book of Wonder (poem)
(1993) Bethmoora and Other Stories - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • How Ali Came to the Black Country
  • The Madness of Andelsprutz
  • The Beggars
  • Bethmoora
  • The Bird of the Difficult Eye
  • Blagdaross
  • The Day of the Poll
  • A Narrow Escape
  • The Field
  • The Glittering Gate (play)
  • The Golden Doom (play)
  • The Hashish Man
  • The Idle City
  • A Story of Land and Sea
  • The Loot of Loma
  • The Lost Silk Hat (play)
  • The City on Mallington Moor
  • The Bad Old Woman in Black
  • How Plash-Goo Came to the Land of None's Desire
  • Poor Old Bill
  • The Long Porter's Tale
  • The Secret of the Sea
  • The Sword and the Idol
  • Where the Tides Ebb and Flow
  • The Unhappy Body
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • In Zaccarath
(1993) The Exiles' Club and Other Stories - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • After the Fire
  • King Argimenes and the Unknown Warrior (play)
  • The Assignation
  • Carcassonne
  • Charon
  • The Bureau d'Exchange de Maux
  • The Death of Pan
  • The Demagogue and the Demi-Monde
  • The Exiles' Club
  • The Gods of the Mountain (play)
  • The Guest
  • The True History of the Hare and the Tortoise
  • The Laughter of the Gods (play)
  • Why the Milkman Shudders When He Perceives the Dawn
  • Poltarnees, Beholder of Ocean
  • The Songless Country
  • The Sphinx at Gizeh
  • Spring in Town
  • Taking Up Picadilly
  • A Tale of the Equator
  • How the Enemy Came to Thlunrana
  • A Tale of London
  • The Watch-Tower
  • Wind and Fog
  • The Workman
  • Thirteen at Table
  • The Three Infernal Jokes
  • The Three Sailors' Gambit
(1994) The Lands of Wonder - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Gods of Pegana
  • Of Skarl the Drummer
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Of the Game of the Gods
  • The Chaunt of the Gods
  • The Sayings of Kib
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Sayings of Slid
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Chaunt of the Priests
  • The Sayings of Limpang-Tung
  • Of Yoharneth-Lahai
  • Of Roon, the God of Going
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of Dorozhand
  • The Eye in the Waste
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Yonath the Prophet
  • Yug the Prophet
  • Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of the Calamity That Befell Yun-Ilara by the Sea, and of the Building of the Tower of the Ending of Days
  • Of How the Gods Whelmed Sidith
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Met Zodrak
  • Pegana
  • The Sayings of Imbaun
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
  • Time and the Gods
  • The Coming of the Sea
  • A Legend of the Dawn
  • The Vengeance of Men
  • When the Gods Slept
  • The King that was not
  • The Cave of Kai
  • The Sorrow of Search
  • The Men of Yarnith
  • For the Honour of the Gods
  • Night and Morning
  • Usury
  • Mlideen
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • The South Wind
  • In the Land of Time
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Jest of the Gods
  • The Dreams of the Prophet
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • The Lord of Cities
  • The House of the Sphinx
  • The Loot of Bombasharna
  • The Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweller, and of the Doom that Befell Him
(1996) The Hashish Man and Other Stories - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • Charon
  • The Three Infernal Jokes
  • The Guest
  • Thirteen at Table
  • The Three Sailors' Gambit
  • The Exiles' Club
  • Where the Tides Ebb and Flow
  • The Field
  • A Tale of London
  • A Narrow Escape
  • Bethmoora
  • How the Enemy Came to Thlunrana
  • The Hashish Man
  • In Zaccarath
  • The Idle City
  • The Madness of Andelsprutz
  • The Secret of the Sea
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • A Tale of the Equator
(1998) The Complete Pegana - Tales  [all reprints - no original tales]
  • The Gods of Pegana
  • Of Skarl the Drummer
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Of the Game of the Gods
  • The Chaunt of the Gods
  • The Sayings of Kib
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Sayings of Slid
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Chaunt of the Priests
  • The Sayings of Limpang-Tung
  • Of Yoharneth-Lahai
  • Of Roon, the God of Going
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of Dorozhand
  • The Eye in the Waste
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Yonath the Prophet
  • Yug the Prophet
  • Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of the Calamity That Befell Yun-Ilara by the Sea, and of the Building of the Tower of the Ending of Days
  • Of How the Gods Whelmed Sidith
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Met Zodrak
  • Pegana
  • The Sayings of Imbaun
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
  • Time and the Gods
  • The Coming of the Sea
  • A Legend of the Dawn
  • The Vengeance of Men
  • When the Gods Slept
  • The King that was not
  • The Cave of Kai
  • The Sorrow of Search
  • The Men of Yarnith
  • For the Honour of the Gods
  • Night and Morning
  • Usury
  • Mlideen
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • The South Wind
  • In the Land of Time
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Jest of the Gods
  • The Dreams of the Prophet
  • The Journey of the King
  • Beyond the Fields We Know (publisher's note)
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • A Shop in Go-by Street
  • The Avenger of Perdondaris
(2000) Time and the Gods - Tales
  • The Gods of Pegana
  • Of Skarl the Drummer
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Of the Game of the Gods
  • The Chaunt of the Gods
  • The Sayings of Kib
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Sayings of Slid
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Chaunt of the Priests
  • The Sayings of Limpang-Tung
  • Of Yoharneth-Lahai
  • Of Roon, the God of Going
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of Dorozhand
  • The Eye in the Waste
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Yonath the Prophet
  • Yug the Prophet
  • Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of the Calamity That Befell Yun-Ilara by the Sea, and of the Building of the Tower of the Ending of Days
  • Of How the Gods Whelmed Sidith
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Met Zodrak
  • Pegana
  • The Sayings of Imbaun
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
  • Time and the Gods
  • The Coming of the Sea
  • A Legend of the Dawn
  • The Vengeance of Men
  • When the Gods Slept
  • The King that was not
  • The Cave of Kai
  • The Sorrow of Search
  • The Men of Yarnith
  • For the Honour of the Gods
  • Night and Morning
  • Usury
  • Mlideen
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • The South Wind
  • In the Land of Time
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Jest of the Gods
  • The Dreams of the Prophet
  • The Journey of the King
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Fall of Babbulkund
  • The Kith of the Elf-Folk
  • The Highwayman
  • In the Twilight
  • The Ghosts
  • The Whirlpool
  • The Hurricane
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • The Lord of Cities
  • The Doom of La Traviata
  • On the Dry Land
  • Preface to A Dreamer's Tales (essay)
  • Poltarnees, Beholder of Ocean
  • Blagdaross
  • The Madness of Andelsprutz
  • Where the Tides Ebb and Flow
  • Bethmoora
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • The Sword and the Idol
  • The Idle City
  • The Hashish Man
  • Poor Old Bill
  • The Beggars
  • Carcassonne
  • In Zaccaroth
  • The Field
  • The Day of the Poll
  • The Unhappy Body
  • The Bride of the Man-Horse
  • The Distressing Tale of Thangobrind the Jeweller, and of the Doom that Befell Him
  • The House of the Sphinx
  • The Probable Adventure of the Three Literary Men
  • The Injudicious Prayers of Pombo the Idolater
  • The Loot of Bombasharna
  • Miss Cubbidge and the Dragon of Romance
  • The Quest of the Queen's Tears
  • The Hoard of the Gibbelins
  • How Nuth Would Have Practised His Art upon the Gnoles
  • How One Came, As Was Foretold, to the City of Never
  • The Coronation of Mr. Thomas Shap
  • Chu-Bu and Sheemish
  • The Wonderful Window
  • A Tale of London
  • Thirteen at Table
  • The City on Mallington Moor
  • Why the Milkman Shudders When He Perceives the Dawn
  • The Bad Old Woman in Black
  • The Bird of the Difficult Eye
  • The Long Porter's Tale
  • The Loot of Loma
  • The Secret of the Sea
  • How Ali Came to the Black Country
  • The Bureau d'Exchange de Maux
  • A Story of Land and Sea
  • A Tale of the Equator
  • A Narrow Escape
  • The Watch-Tower
  • How Plash-Goo Came to the Land of None's Desire
  • The Three Sailors' Gambit
  • The Exiles' Club
  • The Three Infernal Jokes
(2002) The Last Book of Jorkens - Tales
  • A Fatal Mistake
  • A Prophet Without Honour
  • A Big Bang
  • Jorkens' Regret
  • The Two Scientists
  • The Lost Charm
  • Bringing Things Up to Date
  • A Snake Story
  • The Deal
  • In the Mojave
  • A Modern Conqueror
  • The Little Light
  • Across the Colour Bar
  • A Bit of Counter-Espionage
  • A Wonderful Day
  • Not Guilty
  • The Explanation
  • A Deal with a Witch
  • Jorkens' Dilemma
  • A Plaything of Our Betters
  • The Visitor
  • On Wings of Song
  • The Two Jenets
  • A Meeting of Spirits
  • The Ultimate Goal
(2003) The Pleasures of a Futuroscope - Novel
 
(2004) In the Land of Time and Other Fantasy Tales - Tales  [mostly reprints - only 2 original tales]
  • The Gods of Pegana
  • Of Skarl the Drummer
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Of the Game of the Gods
  • The Chaunt of the Gods
  • The Sayings of Kib
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Sayings of Slid
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Chaunt of the Priests
  • The Sayings of Limpang-Tung
  • Of Yoharneth-Lahai
  • Of Roon, the God of Going
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of Dorozhand
  • The Eye in the Waste
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Yonath the Prophet
  • Yug the Prophet
  • Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of the Calamity That Befell Yun-Ilara by the Sea, and of the Building of the Tower of the Ending of Days
  • Of How the Gods Whelmed Sidith
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Met Zodrak
  • Pegana
  • The Sayings of Imbaun
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
  • Time and the Gods
  • A Legend of the Dawn
  • In the Land of Time
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Fall of Babbulkund
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Kith of the Elf-Folk
  • The Ghosts
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • Blagdaross
  • Idle Days on the Yann
  • A Shop in Go-by Street
  • The Avenger of Perdondaris
  • The Bride of the Man-Horse
  • Where the Tides Ebb and Flow
  • The Raft-Builders
  • The Prayer of the Flowers
  • The Workman
  • Charon
  • Carcassonne
  • Roses
  • The City
  • The Wonderful Window
  • The Coronation of Mr. Thomas Shap
  • The City on Mallington Moor
  • The Bureau d'Exchange de Maux
  • The Exiles' Club
  • Thirteen at Table
  • The Last Dream of Bwona Khubla
  • The Tale of the Abu Laheeb
  • Our Distant Cousins
  • The Walk to Lingham
  • The Development of the Rillswood Estate
  • A Life's Work
  • The Policeman's Prophecy
  • The Two Bottles of Relish
  • The Cut
  • Poseidon
  • Helping the Fairies
  • The Romance of His Life
  • The Pirate of the Round Pond
(2004) The Collected Jorkens (3 volumes) - Tales  [mostly reprints - only 4 original tales]
Volume I
  • The Tale of the Abu Laheeb
  • The King of Sarahb
  • How Jembu Played for Cambridge
  • The Charm Against Thirst
  • Our Distant Cousins
  • A Large Diamond
  • A Queer Island
  • The Electric King
  • A Drink at a Running Stream
  • A Daughter of Rameses
  • The Showman
  • Mrs. Jorkens
  • The Witch of the Willows
  • Preface to Jorkens Remembers Africa (essay)
  • The Lost Romance
  • The Curse of the Witch
  • The Pearly Beach
  • The Walk to Lingham
  • The Escape from the Valley
  • An August in the Red Sea (here titled One August in the Red Sea)
  • The Bare Truth
  • What Jorkens Has to Put up With
  • Ozymandias
  • At the End of the Universe
  • The Black Mamba
  • In the Garden of Memories
  • The Slugly Beast
  • Earth's Secret
  • The Persian Spell
  • Stranger Than Fiction
  • The Golden Gods
  • The Correct Kit
  • How Ryan Got Out of Russia
  • The Club Secretary
  • A Mystery of the East


Volume II
  • Jorkens' Revenge
  • Jorkens Retires from Business
  • Jorkens Handles a Big Property
  • The Invention of Dr. Caber
  • The Grecian Singer
  • The Jorkens Family Emeralds
  • A Fishing Story
  • Jorkens in High Finance
  • The Sign
  • The Angelic Shepard
  • The Neapolitan Ice
  • The Development of the Rillswood Estate
  • The Fancy Man
  • The Lion and the Unicorn
  • A Doubtful Story
  • Jorkens Looks Forward
  • Jorkens among the Ghosts
  • Elephant Shooting
  • African Magic
  • Jorkens Consults a Prophet
  • A Matter of Business
  • The Invention of the Age
  • The Sultan, the Monkey and the Banana
  • Pundleton's Audience
  • The Fight in the Drawing-Room
  • The Ivory Poacher
  • Making Fine Weather
  • Mgamu
  • The Haunting of Halahanstown
  • The Pale-Green Image
  • Jorkens Leaves Prison
  • The Warning
  • The Sacred City of Krakovlitz
  • Jorkens Practises Medicine and Magic
  • Jarton's Disease
  • On the Other Side of the Sun
  • The Rebuff
  • Jorkens' Ride
  • The Secret of the Sphinx
  • The Khamseen
  • The Expulsion
  • The Welcome
  • By Command of Pharaoh
  • A Cricket Problem
  • A Life's Work
  • The Ingratiating Smile
  • The Last Bull
  • The Strange Drug of Dr. Caber
  • A Deal with the Devil
  • Strategy at the Billiards Club
  • Jorkens in Witch Wood
  • Lost
  • The English Magnifico
  • The Cleverness of Dr. Caber
  • Fairy Gold
  • A Royal Dinner
  • A Fight with Knives
  • Out West
  • In a Dim Room
  • After Many a Summer
  • Jorkens' Problem


Volume III
  • The Two-Way War
  • A Nice Lot of Diamonds
  • Letting Bygones be Bygones
  • The Lost Invention
  • On Other Paths
  • The Partner
  • Poulet a la Richelieu
  • A Walk in the Night
  • One Summer's Evening
  • A Friend of the Family
  • An Eccentricity of Genius
  • Influenza
  • The Unrecorded Test Match
  • Idle Tears
  • Among the Neutrals
  • An Idyll of the Sahara
  • The Devil among the Willows
  • A Spanish Castle
  • The New Moon
  • The Gods of Clay
  • A Rash Remark
  • The Story of Jorkens' Watch
  • The Track through the Wood
  • Snow Water
  • The Greatest Invention
  • The Verdict
  • A Conversation in Bond Street
  • The Reward
  • Which Way?
  • A Desperado in Surrey
  • Misadventure
  • A Long Memory
  • An Absentminded Professor
  • Greek Meets Greek
  • A Fatal Mistake
  • A Prophet Without Honour
  • A Big Bang
  • Jorkens' Regret
  • The Two Scientists
  • The Lost Charm
  • Bringing Things Up to Date
  • A Snake Story
  • The Deal
  • In the Mojave
  • A Modern Conqueror
  • The Little Light
  • Across the Colour Bar
  • A Bit of Counter-Espionage
  • A Wonderful Day
  • Not Guilty
  • The Explanation
  • A Deal with a Witch
  • Jorkens' Dilemma
  • A Plaything of Our Betters
  • The Visitor
  • On Wings of Song
(2005) The Ginger Cat and Other Lost Plays - Plays
  • The Ginger Cat (play)
  • The Murderers (play)
  • Mr. Faithful (play)
(2006) Tales of God and Men - Tales  [mostly reprints - only a few original tales]
This 8-book omnibus volume got to the review-release stage but was cancelled by the publisher at the last minute for reasons unspecified (but likely to do with rights).

(2009) Dreams Assembled, I - Tales
  • The Gods of Pegana
  • Of Skarl the Drummer
  • Of the Making of the Worlds
  • Of the Game of the Gods
  • The Chaunt of the Gods
  • The Sayings of Kib
  • Concerning Sish
  • The Sayings of Slid
  • The Deeds of Mung
  • The Chaunt of the Priests
  • The Sayings of Limpang-Tung
  • Of Yoharneth-Lahai
  • Of Roon, the God of Going
  • The Revolt of the Home Gods
  • Of Dorozhand
  • The Eye in the Waste
  • Of the Thing That is Neither God nor Beast
  • Yonath the Prophet
  • Yug the Prophet
  • Alhireth-Hotep the Prophet
  • Kabok the Prophet
  • Of the Calamity That Befell Yun-Ilara by the Sea, and of the Building of the Tower of the Ending of Days
  • Of How the Gods Whelmed Sidith
  • Of How Imbaun Became High Prophet in Aradec of All the Gods Save One
  • Of How Imbaun Met Zodrak
  • Pegana
  • The Sayings of Imbaun
  • Of How Imbaun Spake of Death to the King
  • Of Ood
  • The River
  • The Bird of Doom and the End
  • Time and the Gods
  • The Coming of the Sea
  • A Legend of the Dawn
  • The Vengeance of Men
  • When the Gods Slept
  • The King that was not
  • The Cave of Kai
  • The Sorrow of Search
  • The Men of Yarnith
  • For the Honour of the Gods
  • Night and Morning
  • Usury
  • Mlideen
  • The Secret of the Gods
  • The South Wind
  • In the Land of Time
  • The Relenting of Sarnidac
  • The Jest of the Gods
  • The Dreams of the Prophet
  • The Journey of the King
  • The Sword of Welleran
  • The Fall of Babbulkund
  • The Kith of the Elf-Folk
  • The Highwayman
  • In the Twilight
  • The Ghosts
  • The Whirlpool
  • The Hurricane
  • The Fortress Unvanquishable, Save for Sacnoth
  • The Lord of Cities
  • The Doom of La Traviata
  • On the Dry Land




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