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    Post Stories of 1937 ed. Anon. (Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1937, 479pp, hc)
    [Denny Lien]
    • Home Over Saturday · Rose Wilder Lane · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 11 1937
    • Edgar and the Dank Morass · George Sessions Perry · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 23 1937
    • Champion Luck · I. A. R. Wylie · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 6 1937
    • Gabriel’s Trumpet [Colin Glencannon] · Guy Gilpatric · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 17 1937
    • The Story of a Homely Woman · Marjory Stoneman Douglas · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 4 1937
    • Johnny Pye and the Fool-Killer · Stephen Vincent Benét · nv The Saturday Evening Post Sep 18 1937
    • Drumfire · Almet Jenks · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 1 1937
    • ’Twas the Night Before Christmas · Paul Gallico · ss The Saturday Evening Post Feb 13 1937
    • A Woman of His Own · Jacland Marmur · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 24 1937
    • Mrs. Union Station · Doug Welch · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 25 1937
    • Johnny, Sail Your Luck · Charles Rawlings · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 22 1937
    • The Child by Tiger · Thomas Wolfe · nv The Saturday Evening Post Sep 11 1937
    • My Heart Is Like a Singing Bird · Dorothy Thomas · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 17 1937
    • Fites Tonite · Don Tracy · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 1 1937
    • The Bribe · Geoffrey Household · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 31 1937
    • The Romance of Rosy Ridge · MacKinlay Kantor · nv The Saturday Evening Post Jun 5 1937
    • Call Me Spike · Price Day · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 27 1937
    • A Tough Breed of Cattle · Ray Palmer Tracy · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 16 1937
    • The Time of Her Life · Lester Atwell · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 4 1937
    • Scow-Gun Marriage · Lt. Col. John W. Thomason, Jr. · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 4 1937
    • Hammered Steel · Ray Millholland · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 31 1937
    • 14 · Delia Borst · Walter D. Edmonds · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 3 1937


    Post Stories of 1938 ed. Anon. (Little, Brown, 1939, 424pp, hc)
    • 3 · Up Periscope! · Alec Hudson · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 31 1938
    • 25 · Oh, Once in My Saddle · David Lamson · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 30 1938
    • 43 · The Roman Kid · Paul Gallico · nv The Saturday Evening Post Jun 11 1938
    • 67 · From the Mother of the Groom · Martin Storm · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 19 1938
    • 83 · Valedictory · MacKinlay Kantor · nv The Saturday Evening Post May 28 1938
    • 104 · The Yogi of West Ninth Street [Colin Glencannon] · Guy Gilpatric · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 24 1938
    • 123 · It’s Gotta Rain Sometime · R. Ross Annett · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 9 1938
    • 142 · The Tin Bridge · Almet Jenks · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 18 1938
    • 164 · Mr. Chinnus and the Plat-Eye · Glenn Allan · ss The Saturday Evening Post Aug 20 1938
    • 181 · The Car · Dorothy Thomas · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 25 1938
    • 195 · Young Ames Goes Down the River [John Ames] · Walter D. Edmonds · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 30 1938
    • 224 · Doc Mellhorn and the Pearly Gates · Stephen Vincent Benét · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 24 1938
    • 245 · Gone Away! · Robert Murphy · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 15 1938
    • 258 · Groper in the Dark · Joseph Harrington · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 10 1938
    • 278 · Tugboat Annie Sails Again [Tugboat Annie] · Norman Reilly Raine · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 1 1938
    • 301 · May the Dew Be Heavy · George Sessions Perry · ss The Saturday Evening Post Feb 12 1938
    • 315 · A Letter Home · Charles Rawlings · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 10 1938
    • 338 · A Preacher Goes to Texas · John W. Thomason, Jr. · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 23 1938
    • 357 · Traffic Trick · Leland Jamieson · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 8 1938
    • 378 · Trail’s End · Holmes Alexander · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 23 1938
    • 388 · One Hour to Wait · Charles L. Clifford · ss The Saturday Evening Post Aug 6 1938
    • 404 · Showman · Patterson McNutt · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 16 1938


    Post Stories of 1939 ed. Anon. (Little, Brown, 1940, hc)
    • 3 · Battle Stations! · Alec Hudson · na The Saturday Evening Post Oct 28 1939 (+1)
    • 59 · Brag Dog · Vereen Bell · nv The Saturday Evening Post Nov 18 1939
    • 79 · Night in Havana · Burnham Carter · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 6 1939
    • 107 · Tell Me a Love Story · Paul Gallico · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 27 1939
    • 129 · Spring Over Brooklyn · Zachary Gold · ss The Saturday Evening Post Aug 19 1939
    • 142 · Sergeant Bridoon of the Horse Marines · John W. Thomason, Jr. · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 23 1939
    • 164 · The Hero · Margaret Weymouth Jackson · ss The Saturday Evening Post Feb 18 1939
    • 180 · Now, Ripley, Please! [Ripley Little] · Booth Tarkington · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 1 1939
    • 198 · Cocks Must Crow · Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 25 1939
    • 221 · This Business Needs a Fool · Joel Sayre · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 7 1939
    • 239 · The Mountains of the Axis · James Ramsey Ullman · ar The Saturday Evening Post Dec 30 1939
    • 261 · Uncle Pete Laid a Negg · R. Ross Annett · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 6 1939
    • 278 · “Soldier from the Wars Returning...” · Alec Waugh · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 6 1939
    • 295 · Jeff Raleigh’s Piano Solo · Edmund Ware · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 27 1939
    • 312 · The Road That Led Afar · Lula Vollmer · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 14 1939
    • 331 · The Visiting Fire-Eater [Crunch & Des] · Philip Wylie · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 23 1939
    • 353 · Won’t You Walk a Little Faster · Richard Sherman · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 18 1939
    • 379 · Subway Fire · Joseph Harrington · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 21 1939
    • 397 · The Man Who Was Grateful · David Lamson · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 21 1939
    • 416 · The Hunting of the Haggis [Colin Glencannon] · Guy Gilpatric · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 14 1939


    Post Stories of 1940 ed. Anon. (Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1941, 391pp, hc)
    [Denny Lien]
    • Blacksmith’s Boy—Heel and Toe · Edward W. O’Brien · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 2 1940
    • The Sunflower Kid · Brendan Gill · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 30 1940
    • I’m Going Home · Alfred M. Swift · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 21 1940
    • A Present for Babe · R. Ross Annett · ss The Saturday Evening Post Aug 31 1940
    • On Leave · Stuart Cloete · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 20 1940
    • You’re As Old As You Feel · Richard Sherman · ss The Saturday Evening Post Feb 17 1940
    • No Visitors · Stephen Vincent Benét · ss The Saturday Evening Post Mar 16 1940
    • Second Wind · Talbert Josselyn · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 27 1940
    • Once an Artilleryman— · Clements Ripley · ss The Saturday Evening Post Aug 24 1940
    • Mister Ears · Eddy Orcutt · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 20 1940
    • I Got a Name · Zachary Gold · ss The Saturday Evening Post Feb 10 1940
    • Cape Horn Pilot · Jacland Marmur · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 14 1940
    • Big Operator · Marian B. Cockrell · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 23 1940
    • Here Birdie, Birdie, Birdie, Birdie! · Joel Sayre · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 19 1940
    • Shut Up, Dear · Frank Leon Smith · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 6 1940
    • A Man’s Mother · Gladys Hasty Carroll · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 19 1940
    • Stagecoach from Eden · M. G. Chute · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 21 1940
    • Journey by Moonlight · Burnham Carter · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jun 15 1940
    • The Lady Was a Flop · Borden Chase · ss The Saturday Evening Post Feb 17 1940
    • Bald Eagle, ’Iggins · Thomas H. Raddall · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 6 1940
    • North of Terschelling · Alec Hudson · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 26 1940


    Post Stories of 1941 ed. Anon. (Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1942, 384pp, hc)
    [Denny Lien]
    • Afternoon Off · Glenn Allan · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 27 1941
    • Let There Be Honour · Kay Boyle · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 8 1941
    • Angel-Face · Jean C. Becket · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 26 1941
    • Monarch the Bum · George Agnew Chamberlain · ss The Saturday Evening Post Mar 29 1941
    • Helen, Thy Beauty Is to Me— · John Fante · ss The Saturday Evening Post Mar 1 1941
    • A Smattering of Bliss · Virginia Faulkner · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 6 1941
    • An Egg for the Major · C. S. Forester · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 13 1941
    • Sit in the Sun · Zachary Gold · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 15 1941
    • Miss Bronska [Miss Bronska] · Gene Henry · ss
    • To Whom It May Concern · Edward Hope · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 8 1941
    • It’s a Free Country · Colin G. Jameson · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 5 1941
    • Breeze O’wind · Alexander Key · ss The Saturday Evening Post Aug 30 1941
    • The Yorkshireman Flies Again [Sam Small] · Eric Knight · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 20 1941
    • A Kiss for Mr. Lincoln · Louise Kennedy Mabie · ss The Saturday Evening Post Sep 27 1941
    • Tolerance · Ray Millholland · ss The Saturday Evening Post May 17 1941
    • Six P.M., P.S.T. · Eddy Orcutt · ss The Saturday Evening Post Nov 22 1941
    • The Wedding Gift · Thomas H. Raddall · ss The Saturday Evening Post Mar 29 1941
    • Somebody Has to Be Nobody · Budd Schulberg · ss The Saturday Evening Post Oct 18 1941
    • Weep No More My Lady · James Street · ss The Saturday Evening Post Dec 6 1941
    • You Could Look It Up · James Thurber · ss The Saturday Evening Post Apr 5 1941
    • Time and a Half for a Hero · Doug Welch · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jul 5 1941
    • Spitfire Squadron · Arch Whitehouse · ss The Saturday Evening Post Jan 11 1941


    Promised Brides ed. Anon. (Harlequin Historical 0-373-83296-6, 1994, $4.99, 376pp, pb)
    Details supplied by Ken Johnson.



    Red Twilight/World’s End ed. Anon. (Starmont House 1-55742-215-X, Aug ’91, $10.95, 186pp, tp)
    Anthology of two short novels, “Red Twilight” by Harl Vincent and “World’s End” by Victor Rousseau; both originally appeared in Argosy. Edited by Robert Weinberg. A hardcover edition (-216-8, $20.95) was announced but not seen.


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