BIBLIOGRAPHY

Thank you to biographer Dennis Duffy for providing this bibliography (including all of the original covers) of Leonard's more than 100 works.
 

To read Leonard's column on being an author, click here: The First 100 Books are the Hardest.

 

 

Leonard Wibberley
Short Stories

Saturday Evening Post

  • “The Day New York Was Invaded” (25 December 1954; 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 January 1955)

  • “The Hands of Cormac Joyce”, novelette (issue includes picture of author): 232, n 29 (16 January 1960)

  • “The Time of the Lamb” 233 n 26, combined issues ( 24–31 December 1960)

  • “The Captive Outfielder”: 234, n 12 (21 March 1961) (aka, “Bach at Home Plate”)

  • “The Ballad of the Pilgrim Cat”: 234, n 44 (18 November 1961)

  • “The Man Who Lived on Water”: 235, n 13 (31 March 1962) (aka, “The Turtles of Kandavu”)

  • “Prevarication Jones”: 235, n 24 (2 June 1962); repr. Sept.-Oct. 1994

  • “Two Angels on Duty”: 235, n 28 (28 July 1962); repr. September 1996 (aka., “Two from Headquarters”)

Boys' Life

  • “Encounter at Flint’s Island” (November 1970)

  • “South Sea Encounter” (October 1965)

  • “The Thing in the Tower” (September 1969)

  • “Reckoning at Fredericksburg” (January, February, March 1964)

 

California Living

  • “Sweeney the Carpenter” (18 December 1983)

 

The Writer

  • “The Writer as Conjurer” (1962) (aka, “Alone but not Lonely”)

Something to Read

  • “Sea Legend”

  • “The Lost Dimension”

  • “Concerning the Divinity”

  • “Through a Thin Wall”

  • “On the Power of Symbols”

  • “Voyage”