PUBLISHED PULP STORIES BY HUGH B. CAVE

Hugh B. Cave

(Incomplete List)
Updated October 1999

ACE G-MAN STORIES
“Federal Trails To Glory”; 11/12-38

ACE HIGH MAGAZINE
“The Curse Of The Grinning Skulls”; 12-33
“Sons Of Shadow”; 8-34 (A "Johal" Story)
“Heads Up In Hell”; 9-34 (A "Johal" Story)
“Nigger Jarl, Slaver”; 10-34

ACE MYSTERY MAGAZINE
“The Horde Of Silent Men”; 5-36

ACTION STORIES
“The Price Of Vengeance”; 8-29
“Jungle Loot”; 10-29
“Wolf Breed”; 11-29

ADVENTURE
“Derelict” (With Jonathan Eldridge); 4-37
Reprinted in Finland
Reprinted in anthology SEA CURSED, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
“Swamp Trap”; 6-42
“Tomorrow Is Forever”; 9-43
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.
“A Man To Gun For”; 6-53

ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE
“The Catbird Nest”; 8-65
Reprinted in a Hitchcock anthology, title & date unknown.
“The Isle Of Truth”; 10-83
“The Lady Wore Black”; 3-84
Reprinted in Mystery Cats, published 1991 by Signet-Penguin.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.
“Appointment With Yesterday”; 6-84
Reprinted in Tales from Alfred Hitchcock, published 1988 by Morrow Junior Books.
Reprinted (as by Geoffrey Vace) in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection,The Lady Wore Black And Other Cat Tails, pub 2000 by Ash Tree Press.
“Mistress Of Shadows”; 2-85
Reprinted in Murder Most Cozy, published 1993by Signet-Penguin.
“The Hard Luck Kid”; 11-92
Reprinted (as by Geoffrey Vace) in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
“The Caller”; 11-93
Reprinted in Mystery Cats 3, published 1995 by Signet-Penguin.
Reprinted in The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

ALL DETECTIVE
“The Black Brotherhood”; 11-32
“Hands Down”; 2-34
“Sign Of The Serpent”; 1-35

ALL FICTION DETECTIVE ANTHOLOGY
“Monkey See Murder”; 1948 Vol. 1, No. 1

AMAZING DETECTIVE
“Four Minutes After Midnight ( as by Geoffrey Vace) date unknown (actually written by Cave’s brother Geoffrey, altho Hugh Cave used the pseudonym Geoffrey Vace in later stories.)

ARGOSY
“Steal A Dog's Bone”; 7-18-31
“In The Bag”; 5-22-37
Reprinted ( as by Carey Barnett) in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.)
“The Secret Of Trinity's Island”; 11-47
Reprinted in English Argosy
“The Man Who Couldn't Die”; 2-48
“Boomerang”; 6-10-39
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.)
“No Detour”; 1-47
“Pete Hindley's Gold Machine”; 5-48
“Vengeance Island”; 8-53
“Island Feud”; 12-53
“Payoff At Palembang”;12-50

ARGOSY (ENGLAND)
“Grandfather & the Wondrous Beast”; Aug 65
“Take Me, For Instance”; Feb 66
Reprinted in special Hugh B. Cave edition of Borderland, Canada, for World Fantasy Convention 1987.
Reprinted in 100 Creepy Little Creature Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
“Tempest in Paradise”; date unknown
“The Secret of Trinity’s Island”; date unknown

ASTOUNDING STORIES
“The Corpse On The Grating”; 2-30
“The Murder Machine”; 9-30

AUTHOR AND JOURNALIST
“Too Much Imagination”; Probably 1932

AVON FANTASY READER
“The Watcher In The Green Room”; 1952
From Weird Tales, which see

BLACK BOOK DETECTIVE
“The Prophecy”; 10-34
“Maxon's Mistress”; 2-35
“The Grisly Death”; 8-34
All 3 stories reprinted in Murgunstrumm and Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.

BLACK MASK
“Too Many Women”; 5-34
“Dead Dog” 3-37
“Shadow”; 4-37
“Curtain Call”; 11-38
“Smoke In Your Eyes”; 12-38
“Long Live The Dead”; ( As By Allen Beck) 12-38
“Lost -- And Found”; 4-40
“The Missing Mr. Lee”; 11-40
“Front Page Frame-Up”; 2-41
“Stranger In Town”; 4-41
Note: All these Black Mask stories were Reprinted in Cave collection, LONG LIVE THE DEAD AND OTHER BLACK MASK STORIES, published Dec. 2000 by Crippen & Landru.

BLUE BOOK
“New Guinea Manhunt”; 10-51

BORDERLAND (Canada)
“Of Time And Space”; Vol. 1, No. 2, 1985
Reprinted in 100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, published 1995 by Barnes & Noble)
“Take Me, For Instance”; In Mini-Issue For 13th World Fantasy Convention 1987 “in honour of Hugh B. Cave”
(also in Whispers Magazine)
(also in English Argosy Magazine)
Reprinted in 100 Creepy Little Creature Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
“The Back Of The Mirror”; in Mini-issue for 13th World Fantasy Convention 1987 “in honour of Hugh B. Cave.”
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection, The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

BOSTON GLOBE
“Retribution”; High School Short Story Competition. Honorable Mention. 1925 or 1926
“Great And Small”; Ditto. Honorable Mention. 1926 or 1927

BRIEF STORIES
“Island Ordeal”;7-29
“The Pool Of Death”; 1929 Month Unknown
“Condemned To A Living Tomb”; 4-30

CANDID DETECTIVE
“Something For Nothing”; 1-39

CLUES DETECTIVE STORIES
“Seven To Be Slain”; 10-36
“Dance Macabre”; 4-37
“The Dead Speak Softly”; Vol. 36, #6 (11-36)

COMPLETE DETECTIVE
“The Devil Has Flaming Eyes”; 8-38

COWBOY STORIES
“Tame Wildcat”; 11-33

CRYPT OF CTHULHU
“Just The Two Of Us”; Michaelmas 84 (No. 25)
Reprinted in 100 Wicked Little Witch Stories, published 1995 by Barnes & Noble
“And When We Sleep”; #39
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection,The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

DETECTIVE FICTION WEEKLY (Formerly Flynn's)
“The Infernal Web”; 3-21-36
“No Way Out”; 5-9-36
Reprinted in 100 Sneaky Little Sleuth Stories, published 1997 by Barnes & Noble
“You Just Can't Lose”; 6-13-36
“Nuts About Mutts”; 10-17-36
“Trail Of The Torch”; 12-19-36
“Queer Street”; 4-10-37
“The Smoke Of Vengeance”; 5-22-37
“Deadline”; 11-13-37
“You Could Be Next”; 1-15-38
“Match Ya For It”; 4-9-38
“Murder Makes A Frame”; 4-30-38
“Joker In The Deck”; 6-18-38
“Desperate Character”; 7-9-38
“Scandal Sheet”; 9-17-38
“Murder At Hand”; 10-1-38
“No Trial By Jury”; 11-19-38
“I Am The Law”; 11-16-38
“Death Writes A Policy (Serial)”; Dec 10.17.24.31 - 1938
“Cops Are Not Heroes”; 1-7-39
“The Pushover”; 1-14-39
“John Bum's Body”; 5-13-39
“Red For Rebellion”; 4-1-39
“According To Hoyle”; 4-8-39
“Death Comes For A Diva”; 4-15-39
“The Mystery Of The Maudlin Mermaid”; 4-22-39
“The Head Of J. James”; 4-29-39
“Hideout”; 5-6-39
“Seven Dirty Dollars”; 5-13-39
“Wit's End”; 5-27-39
“Time For Murder”; 6-17-39
“And Sudden Death”; 7-1-39
“Footprint”;7-8-39
“Treadmill”;7-22-39
“Mr. Petrie Ties A Fly”;7-29-39
“Beards Grow Slowly”;8-5-39
“But The Kill Was Gold”;8-12-39
“Symphony In Shrouds”;8-26-39
“A Den For Daniel”;9-2-39
“Seven Into Murder”;9-9-39
“Come Into My Parlor”;9-16-39
“But Few Are Chosen”; 10-21-39
“My Old Man”; 11-11-39
“So Long, Slicker”; 11-25-39
“Laugh, Clown”; 12-9-39
“The Barricade”; 12-23-39
Reprinted in book Hugh Cave’s The Corpse Maker, published 1988 by Starmont House.
“The Signature Of Murder”; 1-13-40
“Phantom Trap”; 2-3-40
“Big City Blackout”;2-10-40
“Certainly, Sister”;4-20-40
“Killer's Exit”;6-8-40
“Weak Sister Act”;6-29-40
“Coffin Cargo”; 7-20-40
“A Picture Of Guilt”;8-3-40
“Prowl By Night”; 9-14-40
“Easy To Kill”; 10-18-40
“Murder Off Key”; 11-2-40
“Terror's Twin”; 3-1-41
“Appointment With Yesterday”; 5-24-41
“Shadow Man (5 Part Serial)”; May 31, June 7,14,21,28 - 1941
“Two Kinds Of Snake”; 7-5-41
“Photo Finish”; 9-17-41
“Homicide Highway”; 11-19-41
“Faith For Rent”; 12-27-41
(63 stories total)

DETECTIVE SHORT STORIES
“Black Fury”; 8-37
“Madmen Laugh By Moonlight”; 2-38
“The Gentleman Is Dead”; 4-38
“Masters Of Midnight”; 10-38
“The Careless Cadaver”; 1-39
“Death's Door”; 11-40
Reprinted in Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer

DETECTIVE STORY (Street & Smith)
“Tiger Face”; Vol. 155, #4
“Too Tight The Grave”; Vol. 162, #2
“Necktie Party”; Vol. 158, #3
“Two Can Fight”; Vol. 158, #4
“You Forgot Something”; 2-25-34 Vol.144 #3
“The Albino Butterbugs”; 11-41 Vol.163 #1
“As Does A Spider”; 2-43 Vol.145 #6
“Monkey See Murder”; 3-43 Vol.165 #5
“Steve Takes A Hand”; 1-44 Vol.167 #3
Reprinted in Second Mystery Companion, published 1944 by Gold Label Books)
Reprinted as “Gramp Takes a Hand” in 100 Little Spy Stories, published 1996 by Barnes & Noble
“Southbound Special”; 3-44 Vol.167 #5

DETECTIVE STORY ANNUAL (Street & Smith)
“As Does A Spider”; 1946 Vol.4 #1
“Seven To Be Slain”; Vol.2 #1

DETECTIVE TALES
“Murder - The Matchmaker”; 8-37
“Odds To Die For”; 2-38
“Neither Gold Nor Glory”; 6-39
“A Gun For Galahad”; 3-40
“The Cat And The Killer”; 6-41
“The Richest Cat In Town”; 2-51
“Seven Dirty Dollars”; 4-51

DETECTIVE YARNS
“Satan Wears A Mask”; 12-38
(Reprinted July 2000 in John Gunnison’s High Adventure #53)

DIME DETECTIVE MAGAZINE
“The Late Mr. Smythe”; 8-1-34
“Hell On Hume Street”; 11-1-34
“Bottled In Blonde”; 1-1-35
“The Man Who Looked Sick”; 4-1-35
“The Screaming Phantom”; 5-1-35
“The Brand Of Kane”; 6-15-35
Reprinted in Tough Guys & Dangerous Dames, published 1993 by Barnes & Noble
“The House Of Sudden Sleep”; 12-35
“The Lady Who Left Her Coffin”; 6-36
“Footsteps To A Finish”; 8-37
“Twenty After Murder”; 11-37
“Farewell With Trumpets”: 1-40
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave chapbook Officer Coffey Stories published 2000 by Subterranean Press
“Deal From The Bottom”; 8-39
“Loose Loot”; 4-40
“He Didn't Know Nothin'”; 7-40
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave chapbook Officer Coffey Stories published 2000 by Subterranean Press
“Ding Dong Belle”; 8-41
Reprinted in Hard-Boiled Detectives, published 1992 by Gramercy (Barnes & Noble)
“The Dead Don't Swim”; 11-41
“No Place To Hide”; 2-42
“The Fugitive Face”; 9-42
“This Is The Way We Bake Our Dead”; 6-43
(20 stories total)

DIME MYSTERY MAGAZINE
“The Graveless Dead”; 10-33
“The Corpse Maker”; 11-33
Reprinted in book Hugh Cave’s THE CORPSE MAKER, published 1988 by Starmont.
“The House Of Evil”; As by Geoffrey Vace; 11-33
Reprinted in book Hugh Cave’s THE CORPSE MAKER, published 1988 by Starmont.
“They Feed At Midnight”; 12-33
“Dark Slaughter”; 1-34
Reprinted in book DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“Devils In The Dark”; 2-34
Rreprinted in Weird Menace #4, edited and published 1979 by Robert Weinberg.
“Unholy Night”; 4-34
Reprinted in book DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“Death In The Dark”; 6-34
“House Of Lost Souls”; 9-34
“The Pain Room”; 10-34
Reprinted in book DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“Terror From The Deep”; 11-34
“Inn Of The Shadow Creatures”; 12-34
“Dark Bondage”; 1-35
“House Of The Restless Dead”; 5-35
“Satan's Mistress”; 6-35
Reprinted in Weird Menace #2) edited and published 1977 by Robert Weinberg.
“Mistress Of The Dead”; 10-35
Reprinted in book DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“Daughters Of Dark Desire”; 12-35
“Death Holds For Ransom”; 2-36
Reprinted in book DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“Modern Nero”; 8-36
Reprinted in book DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.

DOUBLE ACTION DETECTIVE
“Ticket To Trouble”; 10-38

DOUBLE DETECTIVE
“Crazy Guy”; 1-38
“There's Always A Way Back”; 4-38
“Worth Fighting For”; 5-38
“In This Corner – Death”; 6-38
“Rifles At Dawn”; 7-38
“The Forgotten Man-Killer”; 8-38
“The Education Of A Killer”; 9-38
(Reprinted 1996 in German anthology, “Back in the Ring.”)
“Three Rats, One Hole”; 10-38
“Counsel For The Damned”; 12-38
“Special Delivery”; 1-39
“Time Out”; 2-39
“Payroll Heist”; 9-39
“The Melancholy Mask Of M. Montreau”; 10-39
“No Errors”; 2-40
“Murder Me Him”; 5-40
“Not Dead But Sleeping”; 9-40
“The Guardian Angel”; 10-41

ELLERY QUEEN'S MYSTERY MAGAZINE
“Alike Under The Skin”; 4-55
“Naked In Darkness”; 8-65
Reprinted in100 Dastardly Little Detective Stories, published 1993 by Barnes & Noble.
“The Course Of Justice”; 10-65
Rerinted in 100 Dastardly Little Detective Stories, published 1993 by Barnes & Noble.
“Many Happy Returns”; 4-66
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.)
Reprinted (as by Justin Case) in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.

EXCITING DETECTIVE
“The Silken Snakes”; Summer 41

FANTASY BOOK
“A Place Of No Return”; June 84
(see Fantasy Tales)

FANTASY TALES (England)
“A Place Of No Return”; Summer 81
Reprinted in Fantasy Book, U.S.
Reprinted in book The Best Horror from Fantasy Tales, published 1988 by Robinson, England & 1990 by Carroll & Graf, U.S.
Reprinted in book Horrors by Lamplight, published 1993 in England by Chancelor Press
Reprinted in book The Door Below, published 1997 by Fedogan & Bremer
“After The Funeral”; Spring 87
Reprinted in Masters of Darkness III , published 1991 by Tor Books
Reprinted in Complete Masters of Darkness, published 1991 by Tor Books.
Reprinted in The Door Below, published 1997 by Fedogan & Bremer.

FAR EAST ADVENTURE STORIES
(Published from 10-30 to 1-32; 11 issues only)
“Sing Lee, Weaver Of Mats”; 1-31
“That Monkey Of Simms”; 1-31 (Jack D'arcy)
“Rigler's Third Round”; 4-31
“Kuching Cunning”; 7-31
“The Stinging ‘Nting”; 9-31
“Up-River From Sandakan”; 12-31 (Geoffrey Vace)
“The Midnight Horde”; (4-Part Serial, Incomplete) 9,11,12 -31 & 2-32
Reprinted complete in Toronto Star Weekly as complete novel 7-2-38

FEDERAL AGENT
“Killer's Exit”; 3-37
“Wings Of Death”; 5-37
“Holiday In Hell”; 7-37
“The Dead Talk Back”; 9-37

THE FEDS
“Death Hogs The Highways”; 2-37
“Blood In His Eye”; 10-37

15-STORY DETECTIVE
“Guilt Frame”; 2-51

FLYNN'S DETECTIVE FICTION
“Blackguard's Book”; 12-42

G-MEN DETECTIVE
“Death On The Program”; 1-41

GHOST STORIES
“The Strange Case Of No. 7”; 1-31
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa
“The Affair Of The Clutching Hand”; 5-31
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others.
Reprinted 2000 in Phantom Perfumes and Other Shades: Memories of Ghost Stories Magazine.

GREEN GHOST DETECTIVE
“An Eye For The Future”; Spring 41

HIGH SPOT MAGAZINE (Combined with OVER THE TOP)
“Black Spots On White”; 9-30

HORROR STORIES
“By Night They Creep”; 2-35
“Mate For A Monster”; 3-35
“Brides For The Dead”; 8-35
“Death Calls From The Madhouse”; 9-35
Reprinted in book DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“Imp Of Satan”; 10-35
Reprinted in book Rivals of Weird Tales, published 1990 by Bonanza
“Disturb Not The Dead”; 10/11-36
Reprinted in book Hugh Cave’s The Corpse-Maker published 1988 by Starmont.

JUNGLE STORIES
“The Red Trail To Zanzibar”; Winter 38
(originally “The Price Of Vengeance” in Action Stories 8-29 (as by John Starr?)
“Black Bondage”; Summer 39 Vol.1 Bk. 2 (originally “Jungle Loot” in Action Stories 10-29)

MAGAZINE of HORROR, THE BIZARRE AND THE UNUSUAL
“The Ghoul Gallery”; Spring 67
“Spawn Of Inferno”; 5-69
(Both stories reprinted from Weird Tales)

THE MAGIC CARPET
“The Desert Host”; 4-33
(Reprinted as a booklet by Black Dog Books, 1999)
“Step Softly, Sahib”; 1-33
(Reprinted in The Death-Heads’ March and Others, 1998)
“The Jumping Well” ( As by Geoffrey Vace); 7-33
(Reprinted in The Death-Heads’ March and Others, 1998)
“Red Rendezvous”; Date Unknown

MAN STORIES
(Published from October 1930 to July 1931 - 8 issues)
“The Dead Face Grinned Twice”; 5-31
“Jailuki Jaws” (As By Allen Beck); 6-31
“Fever Laugh”; 3/4-31

MIKE SHAYNE MYSTERY MAGAZINE
“The Woman At The Pond”; 2-65
“Run For Your Life”; 10-84

MYSTERY NOVELS MAGAZINE
“Death Stalks The Campus”; 4-36

THE MYSTIC WORLD
“2 Stories, Titles Unknown”; About 1928-30

NEW DETECTIVE MAGAZINE
“Passport To Hell”; 3-43

NEW MYSTERY ADVENTURES
“The Flame Fiend”; 4-35
Reprinted in book Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer

NICKEL WESTERN
“One On You, Zeus”; 4-33

ORIENTAL STORIES
“Four Doomed Men”; Summer 31 (Geoffrey Vace)
“The Death-Head's March”; Autumn 31 (Geoffrey Vace)
(Both actually written by Geoffrey Cave)
(Both reprinted in The Death-Heads’ March and Others, 1998)

OUTLAWS OF THE WEST
“Isinglass”; Aug 30
“Fourth Floor Front”; Mar-Apr. 32
(Reprinted September 1996 in High Adventure.)

PETE RICE WESTERN ADVENTURES
“Two Fools And A Fiddle”; 9-35
“The Man From Laramie”; 10-35

POCKET DETECTIVE MAGAZINE (Street & Smith)
“Sense Of Humor”; Vol 1, #1 (12-36)
“The Hidden Eye”; Vol 1, #2 (2-37)
“The Dead Samaritan”; Vol 2, #2 (7-37)

POPULAR DETECTIVE
“Marked For Murder”; 7-35
“The Silent Men”; 3-36
“Greetings To You”; 1-37

POPULAR FICTION
(Published November 1931 to August 1932 - 9 issues)
“The Fool Fetish”;3-32
“Texas Bred”;12-31
“Young Courage”; 12-31
(As By Rupert Knowles, A Plagiarism Of “Borneo Brag” From Short Stories)
“The Flaming Skull”; 11-31

PURSUED
“Guilt Frame”; Vol 4, #1

PRIVATE DETECTIVE STORIES
“Sleep Baby Sleep” (As by Justin Case);9-37
“Design For Death” (As by Justin Case); 1-38
“She Slept Too Long” (As by Justin Case); 6-38
“Hangman’s Chain”; 12-43
“P.D.File 213” (As by Justin Case); 3-44
“Bad Water” (As by Justin Case); 11-43
“Dizzy Dame”; 10 OR 11-37

PUBLIC ENEMY
“The Red Butcher”; 3-36
“Dig The Grave Deeper”; 2-36

RED STAR ADVENTURES
“Deadfall By Night”; 10-40

RED STAR DETECTIVE
“Copper's Exit”; 8-40

RISQUE STORIES
Cryptic Publications
“Erzulie” (as by Justin Case); 10-84
Reprinted (as by Hugh B Cave) as Allie’s Cat in The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, a collection of Cave’s cat stories published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.
“House Of Dark Desire” (as by Justin Case); 7-85
Reprinted (as by Hugh B. Cave) in The Lady Wore Black And Other Cat Tails, a collection of Cave’s cat stories published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.
“Sixgun Hellcats From Black River”; 10-86
(Written with Charles Hoffman and Marc A. Cerasini)

ROMANTIC DETECTIVE
“The Gorilla Will Get You” (as by Justin Case); 12-38

THE SCREAM FACTORY
“The Thirsty Thing”; Summer 92
(Reprinted from Terror Tales)

SECRET AGENT X DETECTIVE MAGAZINE
“Killer's Test”; Vol 5, #3

SHOCK: THE NEW MYSTERY MAGAZINE
“Black Bondage”; Vol 1, #2

SHORT STORIES
“The Shadow Of Tsiang”; 10-25-29
“Captain Murder”; 1-25-30
“The Sins Of The Fool”; 2-10-30
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)
“Cry Wolf”; 3-10-30
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)
“A White Man Dies”; 5-125-30
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)
“Hamadryad”; 6-25-30
“The Green Eyes Of Confucius”; 8-10-30
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)
“Ten Paces”; 8-25-30
“Borneo Brag”; 9-10-30
(Plagiarized in Popular Fiction as “Young Courage”)
“Bring Me His Blood”; 11-25-30
“The Spider Of Kuching”; 12-25-30
“Six-Lg Nerve”; 1-25-31
“Hypocrite House”; 2-25-31
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)
“The Thirty Swords”; 5-10-31
“Hell Hole Hate”; 9-25-31
“The Silent Joker”; 11-10-31
“The Reformation Of Private Blake”; 6-25-32
“The Mouth Of Mao-Heng”; 7-10-32
“Sleep Baby Sleep”; 8-10-32
“Pawn Of Circumstance”; 4-25-33
“Suicide Trail”; 5-10-33
(Reprinted 1996 in Pulp Vault #12/13)
“Sheriff Pop Plays Possum”; 11-10-33
“According To Hoily”; 3-25-34
“The White Claw”; 4-25-35
“Merely Mchenry”; 8-25-37
“Free Frenchman”; 11-10-41
“A Man's Mark”; 10-10-42
“One Man's River”; 3-10-43
“The Bribe”; 8-25-43
“This Lasting Light”; 2-10-45
“White Water Challenge”; 6-10-46
“Two Make A Team”; 2-25-47
“Hideout”; 9-10-47
“The Flame”; 7-10-48
“The Surangani Affair”; 11-10-48
“The Treasure”; 4-49 (Monthly)
“Number One Magic”; 10-49
“Suicide Trail” (Reprint); 3-54
“Cry Wolf”; (Reprint); 7-54
“White Water Challenge” (Reprint); 12-57
“The Fingers That Fraim Forgot”; Date Unknown
(41 stories total)

SHUDDER STORIES
Cryptic Publications
“The Room Above The Top”; 6-84
“Brides Of The Blood Field From Hell”; 12-84
“Damsels For The Damned”; 4-85
“On Voodoo”; 3-86

SINISTER STORIES
“School Mistress For The Mad”; 5-40

THE SKIPPER
“Doll Of Death”; 4-37

SPEED ADVENTURE STORIES
“Comeback In Redling” (As by Justin Case); 3-44
“So Long, Sister” As by Justin Case); 5-44
“The General Comes To Town” (As by Justin Case); 7-44
“No Man's Island”; 1-45
“He Knew The Enemy”; 3-44
“Donovan's Island”; 7-44

SPEED MYSTERY
“Dark Doors Of Doom”; 2-43

SPICY ADVENTURE STORIES
(All by Justin Case)
“The Crawling Ones”; 2-36
(Reprinted as “Death Box” under house name Paul Hanna 2-42)
Reprinted in book Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“In The Dragon's Lair”; 3-36
Reprinted in book It's Raining Corpses in Chinatown, published 1991 by Starmont.
“Eel Trap”; 6-36
“The Yellow Horde”; 7-36
“Dark Temple Of Torment”; 1-37
“River Of Blood”; 4-37
“Shotgun Ceremony”; 6-37
(Reprinted as FOR KEEPS under house name R.T.Maynard, 12-42)
“Secret Of Lost City”; 8-37
“The Eel Slips Through”; 12-37
“Hell Hole”; 1-38
“Eel Bait”; 2-38
“The Black Cat Of Joe Ming”; 3-38
“Prisoner Of Tituan”; 4-38
“Tomorrow You Die”; 9-38
(Reprinted as DARK OUTLAW under house name William Decatur,10-42)
“Prey Of The Prowler”; 10-40
“The Vanishing Dead”; 5-42
“White Star Of Egypt”; 11-42
“Sabali Madness”; Date Unknown
“Hurricane Tramp”; Vol 13, #4

SPICY DETECTIVE STORIES
(All by Justin Case)
“I See By The Papers”; 5-36
(Reprinted as “Headline Bait” in Private Detective, 3-38 under house name J.C.Cole)
“Women Are Damned Fools”;9-36
“Death To Cops”; 1-37
“Eel Poison”; 8-37
(Reprinted in chapbook Spicy Detective Encores #2)
“Death Wears No Robe”; 10-37
(Reprinted in chapbook Spicy Detective Encores #2)
“Prison Pay-Off”; 8-38
“Eel's Errand”; 8-40
“The Widow Wears Scarlet”; 10-40
“The Last Laugh”;12-40
“Annie Any More”; 3-41
(Reprinted in chapbook Spicy Detective Encores #2)
“On Ice”; 4-41
“Death Has Green Eyes”; 6-41
“The Second Slug”; 7-41
“Krock's Wife”; 10-41
“A Pile Of Publicity”; 1-42
“Eel's Eve”; 4-42

SPICY MYSTERY STORIES
(All by Justin Case)
“Dark Night Of Doom”; 1-36
“Doom Door”; 3-36
“Mistress Of Vengeance”; 6-36
(Reprinted as “Canyon Of Fear” under house name Max Neilson in Speed Mystery 1-43)
“She From Beyond”; 7-36
“The Evil Flame”; 8-36
“Prey Of The Nightborn”; 9-36
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.
“Cult Of The Corpse”; 10-36
(Reprinted as “Voodoo Madness” under house name John Wayne, 12-42)
“Hurricane Woman”; 2-37
“The Strange Death Of Ivan Gromleigh”; 3-37
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa..
“Cavern Of The Damned”; 5-37
“Tomb For The Living”; 6-37
Reprinted in Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
Reprinted 1998 in John Gunnison’s magazine HIGH ADVENTURE.
“Satan's Altar”; 1-38
“Six Were Slain”; 2-38
“The House Of Deathless Shadows”; 4-38
“Death's Fiery Serpents”; 5-38
“Zannini's Puppets”; 8-38
“Servant Of Satan”; 9-38
“Song Of The Lash”; 12-38
“The Monster Fringe”; 5-41
“The Thing From The Swamp”; 2-42
Reprinted in book Hugh Cave’s The Corpse-Maker, publilshed 1988 by Starmont.
“Purr Of A Cat”; 3-42
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted in The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, a collection of Cave’s cat stories published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.
“Beneath The Vapor Veil”; 1-41
“The Whisperers”; 4-42
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted in Mammoth Book of Werewolves, published 1994 by Robinson, England, and Carroll & Graf, U.S.
“The Caverns Of Time”; 5-42
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcoosa.
“Satan's Slough”; 9-42
“Calavan”; 12-42
(26 stories total)

STAR DETECTIVE MAGAZINE
“Death Stalks The Night”; 8-35
Reprinted in book Death Stalks The Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.

STAR NOVELS MAGAZINE
“Jungle Justice”; 2-31

STARTLING MYSTERY STORIES
(Reprinted from Strange Tales)
“The Door Of Doom”; Winter 66
“The Infernal Shadow”; Fall 70

STRANGE DETECTIVE MYSTERIES
“The Crystal Doll Killings”; 5/6-39
“Satan's Red Mist”; 5-41

STRANGE DETECTIVE STORIES
“Half Way To Hell”; 12-33
(Reprinted in Pulp Review July 1994)

STRANGE TALES
“The Door Of Doom”; 1-32
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.
“Stragella”; 6-32
Reprinted in Doc Lowndes’ Weird Terror Tales, Fall, ‘70.
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others (see above).
Reprinted in Mammoth Book of Vampires, published 1992 by Robinson, England, and Carroll & Graf, U.S.
Reprinted in book Weird Vampire Tales, published 1992 by Gramercy
Reprinted in Strange Tales reprint magazine, published 1976 by Odyssey Publications.
Reprinted in Vampire Slayers, to be published 1999 by Cumberland House Publishing.
“The Infernal Shadow”; 10-32
Reprinted in Doc Lowndes' Startling Mystery Stories. Fall ‘70
Reprinted in Etchings & Oddyseys #9, 1986.
Reprinted in The Tome. #6, 1990
“Murgunstrumm”; 1-33
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others (see above)
Reprinted in Mammoth Book of Terror, published 1991 by Robinson, England.
Reprinted in A Taste for Blood, published 1992 by Dorset
Reprinted in The Anthology of Horror Stories, published 1994 by Tiger Books. (a reprint of Mammoth Book of Terror above).
Reprinted 1996 in The Giant Book of Horror by Magpie Books, an offshoot of Robinson, England. (a reprint of Mammoth Book of Terror above)

SUPER DETECTIVE STORIES
“Terror Island”; 6-34
Reprinted in Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer
“The Corpse Crypt”; 9-34
Reprinted in Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer
“Vale Of Inferno”; 12-34
“Fall Guy (?)”; 2-44

SUPER SPORTS
“The Big If”; 10-41

TALL TALES AND SHORT STORIES
“To The Point”; Aug-Sept 93
Reprinted in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.

TEN DETECTIVE ACES
“Sinister Street”; 7-37

TEN STORY GANG
“Stand In For Death”; 11-38

TERROR TALES
“Terror Island”, (First issue of this mag); 9-34
“Death's Loving Arms”; 10-34
Reprinted in paperback Death’s Loving Arms & Other Terror Tales, published 1966 by Corinth Publications, Inc.
Reprinted in Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.
“Enslaved To Satan”; 2-35
“Satan's Sepulcher”; 4-35
“The Scarlet Widow”; 6-35
“Death Tolls The Bell”; 7-35
Reprinted in Selected Tales of Grim & Grue, published 1987 by Bowling Green State University Popular Press
“The Dolls Of Doom”; 9-35
“Buyer Of Souls”; 10-35
“Daughter Of The Plague”; 1-36
Reprinted in Weird Menace #6 edited & published 11988 by Robert Weinberg
“House In Hell's Forest”; 7/8-36
“My Pupil, The Idiot”; 9/10-37
Reprinted in book Hugh Cave’s The Corpse-Maker, published 1988 by Starmont.
Reprinted in Death Stalks the Night, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer
“The Thirsty Thing”; 1-41
Reprinted in The Scream Factory, #9, Summer 92
“The Beast Of Little Black”; 3-41

THRILLING ADVENTURES
“The Preying Hands”; 4-32
“The Stump Of Markham” (as by Ace Williams); 5-32
“Dyak Torture”; 3-34
“Crimson Trails”; 7-34
“Holocaust House”; 1-36
“The Sandakan Stiff”; 4-36
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)
“The Spider Of K’ruga”; 7-37
“Lair Of The Pythons”; 9-37
“Incident At The Border”; 4-39
“Crocodile”; 2-42

THRILLING DETECTIVE
“Rendezvous”; 12-34
“Murder Backfire”; 11-36
“One Way – Dangerous”; 2-38

THRILLING MYSTERIES
“Horror In Wax”; 4-35
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.)

THRILLING MYSTERY
“The Twisted Men”; 3-36
“Blood In The House”; 6-36
“Everglades Horror”; 1-37
“Hell's Darkest Halls”; 2-37
“Death Plays Host”; 4-37
“Invasion From Inferno”; 5-37
“The Infernal Box”; 6-37
“Blood For The Wolf-Pack”; 5-38
“Titans Of Torture”; 11-38

THE TOME
“The Infernal Shadow”; Wellman Issue 1991
“Long Live The Queen”; No. 7, 11-1991
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection, The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

TOP NOTCH
“The Thin Flame Of Courage”, On Disk; 11-1-31
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)
“The Green Gorgon”; 10-35
“Seven Steps To Doom”; 10-36

TOP NOTCH DETECTIVE
“By The Neck Until Dead”; 3-39

TORONTO STAR WEEKLY
“The Midnight Horde”; 7-2-38
(The Tsiang House serial that Far East Adventures was running when it folded. Toronto Star Weekly published it as a "complete novel" in one issue.)

TRIPLE-X
“The Terrible Three Of B'ruga”; Date Unknown

TRUE GANGSTER STORIES
“Headstone For A Heel”; 2-42
“This Way To Death”; June 42, Vol 1, #3

20 STORY MAGAZINE (England)
(ALL THESE IN SAME ISSUE SOMETIME IN 1932)
“Island Ordeal”; ( as by Maxwell Smith)
“That Monkey Of Simms”; (as by Hugh B. Cave)
“Watch Your Slip”; (as by Jack D'Arcy)
“Too Much Imagination”; (as by Geoffrey Vace)

TWO GUN WESTERN
“The Holy Voice”; July 31
“Border Shanty”; Aug 31

WEIRD TALES
“The Brotherhood Of Blood”; 5-32
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted in book Weird Tales, published 1988 by Nelson Doubleday and Doubleday Book Club.
“The Ghoul Gallery”; 6-32
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, see above.
Reprinted in Doc Lowndes’ Magazine of Horror. Spring ‘67
“The City Of Crawling Death”; 7-32
“Spawn Of Inferno”; 10-32
Reprinted in Etchings & Odysseys #9, 1986
“The Cult Of The White Ape”; 2-33
Reprinted in Keep On The Light, published by Selwyn & Blount, England, date unrecorded, probably 1930s.
Reprinted in Rivals of King Kong, published 1978 by Corgi, England.
“Dead Man's Belt”; 5-33
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, see above.
“The Crawling Curse”; 6-33
“The Watcher In The Green Room”; 9-33
Reprinted in Terror By Night, published by Selwyn & Blount, England, date unrecorded, probably 1930s.
Reprinted in The Not At Night Omnibus, published by Selwyn & Blount, England, date unrecorded, probably 1930s.
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, see above.
Reprinted in book Nightmare, published 1993 by Barnes & Noble
Reprinted in Avon Fantasy Reader, date unknown.
“The Black Gargoyle”; 3-34
Reprinted in book Hugh Cave’s The Corpse-Maker, published 1988 by Starmont.
“The Isle Of Dark Magic”; 8-34
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, see above.
“The Death Watch”; 10-39
Reprinted in Murgunsrumm & Others , see above.
Reprinted in book Cthulhu’s Heirs, published 1994 by Chaosium.
“A Honeymoon To Remember”; Spring 1994
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection, The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.
“Inside The Earth, Under The Sea”; Fall 1999

WEIRD TERROR TALES
“Stragella”; Fall 70
(from Weird Tales)

WESTERN STORY MAGAZINE (Street & Smith)
“Rustling On Dishpan Range”; 9-24-32
“The Arizona Kid”; 12-17-32
“Wildcat And Range Wolf”; 1-28-33
“Notched Guns”; 2-18-33
“Lost Lode Bad Men”; 3-4-33
“The Star K Holdup”; 4-22-33
“Readin', Writin', & Rough Stuff”; 6-10-33
“Plumb Scared”; 9-2-33
“Red River Roundup”; 11-18-33
“Bad Man”; 1-13-34
“Wildcat Breed”; 5-18-34
“Temper And Fists”; 1933
“Showdown On Squaw Mountain”; 8-9-41
“Raw Deal River”; 11-1-41
“White Water Run”; 2-14-42
“Whitewater Challenge”; 3-14-42
“Frame Trap”; 4-25-42
“Hangman's Swamp”; 5-16-42
“Blizzard Pasear”; 8-1-42
“Payoff For A Polecat”; 8-29-42
“Timber Treachery”; 9-26-42

WESTERN TRAILS
“Blood Brand”; 3-32

WHISPERS MAGAZINE
“Take Me, For Instance”; 11-74
Reprinted in English Argosy , date unknown.
Reprinted in special issue of Canada’s Borderland Magazine honoring Hugh Cave, done for 1987 World Fantasy Convention.
Reprinted in 100 Creepy Little Creature Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
“Ladies In Waiting”; 6-75
Reprinted in I Shudder at Your Touch, published 1991 by Roc-Penguin
Reprinted in Murgunstrumm & Others, a collection of Cave’s pulp stories published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted in 100 Creepy Little Creature Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
Reprinted in Whispers hardcover anthology #1, see below.
“Final Game”; 10-83
Reprinted in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.
“Damballa's Slough”; 12-84
“No Flowers For Henry”; 11-87
Reprinted, as by Carl Hughes, in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, pub 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

WHISPERS ANTHOLOGIES
(Doubleday Hardcover--Jove paperback)
1. “Ladies In Waiting”; 1977
(see Whispers Magazine, above, for reprints)
2. “From The Lower Deep”; 1979
Reprinted in Year's Best Horror VIII , published 1980 by Daw Books
Reprinted in The Best of Whispers, published 1994 by Borderlands Press.
3. “The Door Below”; 1981
Reprinted in Lighthouse Horrors, published 1995(?) by Down East Books
4. “What Say The Frogs Now, Jenny?”; 1983
Reprinted in More Dixie Ghosts, published 1995 by Barnes & Noble
5. “Footprints In Perdu”; 1985
Reprinted in 100 Little Lady Detective Stories, published 1996 by Barnes & Noble

WILD WEST WEEKLY (Street & Smith)
“The Coming Of Senor Bravo”; 6-28-41
“Trouble Tamin' Tumbleweed”; 7-19-41
“Lynx Sign”; 8-16-41
“Cure For Coyotes”; 8-30-41
“Ghost-Town Gamble”; 9-13-41
“Double Doom”; 11-8-41

WIDE WORLD ADVENTURES
“The Dagger Of Tsiang”; 5-30
(Reprinted 1996 in The Dagger of Tsiang)

WORLD FANTASY CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK
“One To Chicago”; 1983

HUGH B. CAVE: SHORT WORKS OTHER THAN PULP MAGAZINE STORIES

(Pulp Stories are included only if they have been reprinted in anthologies or collections)

(Note: All these stories can be sold for reprint except to U.S. magazines.)

“Adventure In The Pulps.”; 750 words.
Foreword for book JUSTICE, INC. published by Hero Games. 1983.

“The Affair Of The Clutching Hand”
Ghost Stories (pulp magazine) May 1931
Reprinted in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted in PHANTOM PERFUMES AND OTHER SHADES: Memories of Ghost Stories Magazine, published 2000 by Ash-Tree Press. (for which Hugh Cave also wrote the introduction).

“After The Funeral.” 3800 words.
Fantasy Tales, England. Winter 1986. Voted “Best in Issue.”
Reprinted in book MASTERS OF DARKNESS III, published 1991 by Tor Books.
Reprinted in THE COMPLETE MASTERS OF DARKNESS, regular & signed editions, published by Underwood Miller, 1991.
Reprinted in Cave collection, THE DOOR BELOW, published 1997 by Fedogan & Bremer

“After The Wedding.” 1000 words.
Good Housekeeping, Jan 64.
Readers Digest, Mar 64.
Mondadori. 1st Italian rights.
In book SVENKA BOKFORLAGET, Roads to English, with tapes. Sweden.
In book JAGFELDT: Roads to English 2. Three editions with tapes.
In book NORSTEDT, Roads to English 2.
In book ESSELTE STUDIUM, Roads to English 2. Four printings.

“After You, Admiral.” 3500 words.
Toronto Star. Jan 4, 58.

“Agatha’s House.” Length Unrecorded.
Sacred Heart Messenger. Publication date unknown.
Australian Women’s Weekly.

“Ah, The Simple Life.” 4500 words.
Toronto Star. 7-27-57
Woman’s Day, Australia.

“Aiyana & The Gallant Rider”
Pub 1996 by Necronomican Press, in “Bittersweet”, a 2-story chapbook by Hugh B. Cave.

“Alike Under The Skin”
Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. 4-55

“All About Love And Marriage.” 5000 words.
Good Housekeeping. May 1970.
Woman’s Day, Australia.
My Weekly, England.
Fair Lady, South Africa.

“All American.” 2000 words.
This Week. Paid for but never published due to war’s end. Released to author.
The Sign. Publication date unknown.
Boston Globe Sunday Mag. 9-5-50.

“All The Answers.” 1500 words.
The Sign. Sept 1947.
Fashion, Canada.
Boston Sunday Globe Mag. Publication date unknown.

“All Through The Night.” 1200 words.
Christian Herald. Nov 54.
Australian Magazine.
Boston Sunday Globe Mag. Publication date unknown.

“Always Together.” 2899 words.
First used in DEATH anthology, edited by Stuart David Schiff. Published 1982 by Playboy Paperbacks.
Reprinted in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble (as by AllenBeck).
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

“And Out.” Short short.
Pirate Writings Magazine. No. 14, 1997.

“And When We Sleep”
Crypt of Cthulhu, 1986, Vol. 5 No. 5
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

“And Ye Shall See Him.” 1500 words
The War Cry (Salvation Army Magazine) Easter 1948.

“Angry Little Sister.” 5500 words
Saturday Evening Post. 11-25-44.
Radio Rights to Saturday Evening Post. Dec 44.

“Annie Any More”
Spicy Detective Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) March 1941.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Another Kind Of Enchanted Cottage.” 6500 words.
First used in anthology JOURNEYS TO THE TWILIGHT ZONE, published 1993 by Daw Books.
Reprinted 1994 in Czech anthology.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“The Answer.” 1500 words
The Sign. June 1946.
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. 1-19-47.
The Catholic Record, Canada. 8-17-46
(reprinted without permission)

“Anti.” 3000 words (?)
Pulp Magazine, pub by Robert Price’s Cryptic Publications. 3-89.

“Appointment With Yesterday”
Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, June-84.
Reprinted in TALES FROM ALFRED HITCHCOCK’S MYSTERY MAGAZINE, Morrow Junior books, 1988
Reprinted in German edition of the magazine
Reprinted in Barnes & Noble anthology, 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES, 1994. (as by Geoffrey Vace)
Reprinted in English young adult anthology, BEHIND THE DOOR, 1996.
Reprinted 2000 in Cave’s collection THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

“The Ardent Woodsman.” 6000 words
Saturday Evening Post. 2-18-50.
Truth & Sportsman Ltd., Australia.
Columbia Pictures Corp for Ford Theater TV. Date of showing unknown.

“The Artful Imp.” 5000 words.
Woman’s Own, England. Publication date unknown.
Det Nye, Norway.

“The Back Of The Mirror.” 2200 words
Borderland, Canada. Used in a Cave-tribute special Borderland given away at the 1986 World Fantasy Convention, Nashville, Tenn.
Reprinted 1997 by Barnes & Noble in 100 FIENDISH LITTLE FRIGHTMARES.
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

“Bait For A Bachelor.” 5500 words.
Saturday Evening Post. 6-9-56.
Sondags B.T., Denmark.
Woman’s Own, England.
Woman, Australia.
Mondadori, Italy.
Die Lewe, South Africa.

“Bake Today!” 1000 words
Ford Times. July 1948.
Reprinted in Pocket Sampler of New England Journeys pub by Ford Times. 1953.

“Bannigan’s War.” 14,000 words
Saturday Evening Post. 8-6-60
Today, England.
Beatry’s, The Netherlands.

“The Barricade.” novelette.
Detective Fiction Weekly (pulp magazine) Dec.23, 1939.
Reprinted 1988 in HUGH CAVE’S THE CORPSE-MAKER, edited by Sheldon Jaffery, published by Starmont.

“The Beaten Path.” 3500 words
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada. 5-19-43.
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

“The Beautiful Horses.” 5000 words
Extension Magazine. Dec 1943.

“Beginner’s Luck.” Length unrecorded.
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada. 12-9-65

“Believe In Me.” 5000 words
Good Housekeeping. March, 1969.
Woman, England.
Woman’s Day, Australia.
Hjemmet, Scandinavia.
Sarie Marais, South Africa.
Gioia, Italy.

“The Bell.” Length unrecorded.
Christian Herald. Publication date unknown.

“Beneath The Vapor Veil”
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) Jan. 1941.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collectionTHE DOOR BELOW published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Betrayal.” 5500 words
Saturday Evening Post. 8-9-52.
Dansk Familieblad , Denmark.
Australian Magazine, Australia.
Reprinted in book THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian Short Stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Redman, England.

“Beyond Price.” 3500 words
This Week Magazine. Nov. 9, 1941.
Scholastic Magazine. Jan 18, 1943.
Used, 1943, by University of Wisconsin Forensic Society for “Victory” speeches in high schools
Reprinted in book AN AMERICAN TREASURY published by Consolidated Book Publishers. 1949.
Reprinted in SHORT STORIES OF OUR TIME, published by Houghton Mifflin 1950.
Reprinted in book LITERATURE OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE published by Prentice Hall, Jan 1959.
Reprinted in book A WORLD OF EXPERIENCE published by American Book Co. Jan 1963.

“Big Day Tomorrow.” Length unrecorded
Christian Herald. Oct 1966
Reveille, England.

“Big Guy.” Length unrecorded
National Home Monthly, Canada. October 1934
Reprinted in book READING WITH CLUES published 1940 by Benj. H. Sanborn & Co.

Black Heart. Length unrecorded.
Canadian Magazine, Canada. June 1935

“The Black Gargoyle”
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) March 1934.
Reprinted 1988 in HUGH CAVE’S THE CORPSE-MAKER, edited by Sheldon Jaffery, published by Starmont.

“The Blade And The Claw.” 11,000 words.
LOVECRAFT’S LEGACY (anthology) published 1990 by TOR Books.
Japanese edition of above in 1991
Polish and Spanish editions of above in 1992

“Robert Bloch Appreciation.” 1000 words.
In ROBERT BLOCH: APPRECIATIONS OF THE MASTER (“by 30 internationally renowned authors, filmmakers, actors”), edited by Richard Matheson & Ricia Mainhardt. Published by Tor Books, 1995.

“Bluefins Are Bedlam.” 4500 words.
Saturday Evening Post. 12-20-47

“Bonaime.” 3000 words.
Christian Herald. July 1963
Reprinted in book DAYS OF GRASS: Stories from the Christian Herald published by Channel Press, 1965

“Boomerang”
Argosy (pulp magazine) June 10, 1939.
Reprinted in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted 1998 by Barnes & Noble in 100 MENACING LITTLE MURDER STORIES

“A Boy And His Camera.” 2000 words with photos
The Sign. March 1949

“The Brand Of Kane”
Dime Detective Magazine (pulp) 6-15-1935
Reprinted 1993 by Marboro in TOUGH GUYS AND DANGEROUS DAMES.

“Brides Of The Blood Fiend From Hell.”
Written to order for Shudder Stories from a title supplied by editor Robert Price.
Shudder Stories #2, Dec. ‘84

“The Broken Sword.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. publication date unknown.

“Brother Sam.” 4500 words.
Extension. August 1944

"Brother To The Hawk." "3500 words.
This Week. 10-26-41
Toronto Star 5-23-42

"The Brotherhood Of Blood”
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) May 1932
Reprinted in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted in book WEIRD TALES edited by Marvin Kaye, published by Nelson Doubleday, Book & Music clubs, 1988.
Reprinted 1997 by Barnes & Noble in GIRLS’ NIGHT OUT.
Reprinted 1997 in BLOOD LINES by Cumberland Hose Publishing.

“Burma Road War Story.” Title forgotten. Length unknown.
Liberty Magazine. Publication date unknown.

“Bus To Town.” 2000 words.
Christian Herald. Oct 1947
Boston Sunday Globe. Publication date unknown.

“By Heaven!”
Published 1996 by Necronomicon Press in a 2-story Hugh B. Cave chapbook, BITTER/SWEET.

“By Lamplight.” Length unrecorded
Sacred Heart Messenger. publication date unknown.
Femina, Denmark.
My Weekly, England.

“Calavan”
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) December 1942.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“The Caller.”
Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. Nov 1993
Reprinted 1995 in MYSTERY CATS 3, by Signet/Penguin
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

“Candle Woman.”
Canadian Magazine, Canada. October 1935

"The Catbird Nest”
Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, date unknown, probably 1964.
Reprinted in a volume of Hitchcock Magazine stories, date unknown, reported in a Scream Factory article in 1995.

“Cavern Of The Damned”
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) May 1937.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Cavern Of The Lost.” 5000 words.
Boys’ Life. May 1964

“The Caverns Of Time”
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine (as by Justin Case) May 1942.
Reprinted in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.

“The Chair.” Shortened verion of “No Way Out” from Detective Fiction Weekly.
Used as by Geoffrey Vace in 100 SNEAKY LITTLE SLEUTH STORIES pub by Barnes & Noble in 1997.

“Change Of Heart.” Length unrecorded
Woman’s Day, April 1959

“Change Of Heart.” 1500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Sept 1965
Woman’s Day, Australia.
Woman’s Own, England.
Alle Kvinners Blad, Norway.
Labele, the Netherlands.
Svensk Damtidning, Sweden.
Mondadori, Italy.

“Chernik.” 8000 words.
Phantasm. First issue. 1994
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“The Child Who Did Not Exist.” Length unrecorded.
Toronto Star. 10-13-62
Today, England.
Sondags B.T., Denmark.

“Come Live With Me.” 6000 words.
Good Housekeeping. March 1968
Woman’s Day, Australia.
Woman, England.
Femina, Denmark.
Grazia, Italy.
Norsk Ukelat, Norway.
CEO Publications, South Africa.

“The Coming.” 5000 words.
First used in Dark Dixie anthology III, published 1997 by Marietta.

“The Common Ground.” 1500 words.
Sacred Heart Messenger. June 1965

“Confessions Of A Vanity Publishers Assistant”
PATHWAYS TO PRINT, Medill School of Journalism. Date Unknown, probably 1930s.

“The Corpse Crypt”
Super Detective Stories (pulp magazine) September 1934.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“The Corpse-Maker.” Novelette.
Dime Mystery Magazine (pulp magazine) November 1933.
Reprinted 1988 in HUGH CAVE’S THE CORPSE-MAKER, edited by Sheldon Jeffery, published by Starmont.

“The Course Of Justice.” 4000 words.
Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, 1964
Reveille, England
Reprinted 1993 by Barnes & Noble in 100 DASTARDLY LITTLE DETECTIVE STORIES.

“Crabbin’ The Blues.” 1000 words.
Ford Times. August 1948.
Reprinted in Pocket Sampler of New England Journeys, published by Ford Times 1953

“Cracked Up.” Length unrecorded.
The Canadian Magazine. Canada. Nov 1933

“The Crawling Curse”
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) June 1933.
Reprinted in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.

“The Crawling Ones”
Spicy Adventre Stories (pulp magazine)(as by Justin Case) February 1936.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Creatures Of The Night.” 5500 words.
Ladies Home Journal. Sept. 1963

“The Cross On The Drum.” Novel.
Ladies Home Journal. Oct 1958
Later published as book by Doubleday, Dollar Book Club, and bonus book of Literary Guild

“The Crucible.” 6000 words.
Country Gentleman. Oct 1948.
Danish rights. Magazine and date of publication unknown.

“Cry Wolf”
Short Stories (pulp magazine) March 10, 1930.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Cult Of The White Ape. “
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) February, 1933
Reprinted in KEEP ON THE LIGHT by Selwyn Blount, England, probably 1930s.
Reprinted in RIVALS OF KING KONG by Corgi (England & Germany) 1978.
Reprinted in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.

“The Dagger Of Tsiang”
Wide World Adventures (pulp magazine) May 1930.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Damballa’s Slough”
Whispers Magazine, December 1984.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Damsels For The Damned”
Shudder Stories No. 3, 1985.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Danger By Night.” 5500 words.
Today’s Woman. April 1954
Sondags B.T., Denmark.
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden.
Rizzoli, Italy.
Pocket Book, Australia. Retitled “No Other Woman.”
Woman, England.
Tahti, Finland.
Reklama, South Africa.
Damernas Vald, Sweden.
Illustrert, Norway.
Forlagshuset, Denmark.
Done on TV with David Niven playing the lead. date unknown.
Reprinted (as “The Prowler”) in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S., & Alvin Redman, England.

“Dangerous Passenger.” 1600 words.
Extension. June 1955
Everybody’s, England.
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine.

“A Dark And Tender Street.” 5000 words.
Good Housekeeping.. June, 1962
Norsk Dameblad, Norway.
Aret Runt, Sweden.
Mondadori, Italy.

“Dark Slaughter”
Dime Mystery Magazine (pulp magazine) January 1934.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Dark Temple Of Torment”
Spicy Adventure Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) January 1937.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“The Dart Game.” 1200 words. (see “To The Point” also)
Reveille, England.
Reprinted as “To the Point” in Tall Tales & Short Stories, Aug-Sept 1993.
Reprinted as “To the Point” in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.

“David.” Length unrecorded.
The Christian Herald, June 1947

“Day Of Decision.” 1800 words.
The Sign. Feb 1947
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

“Dead Man’s Belt”
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) May 1933.
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.

“Deadly Enemies.” 3500 words.
The Sign. Aug 1958
Toronto Star. 8-29-59

“Death Calls From The Madhouse”
Horror Stories (pulp magazine) September 1935.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Death Dive.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 6-14-58
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands.

“Death Holds For Ransom”
Dime Mystery Magazine (pulp magazine) February 1936.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Death Stalks The Night”
Star Detective (pulp magazine) August 1935.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Death Tolls The Bell”
Terror Tales (pulp magazine) July, 1935
Reprinted 1987 by Bowling Green Press in SELECTED TALES OF GRIM & GRUE, edited by Sheldon Jaffery.

“The Death Watch.”
Originally in Weird Tales, June-July 1939
Reprinted in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa..
Reprinted by Chaosium 1994 in CTHULHU’S HEIRS.

“Death Wears No Robe”
Spicy Detective Stories (pulp magazine) ( as by Justin Case) October 1937.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Death’s Door”
Detective Short Stories (pulp magazine) November 1940.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Death’s Loving Arms”
Terror Tales (pulp magazine) October, 1934.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedgan & Bremer.

“Deep Waters.” 3500 words.
Toronto Star. 4-10-48
Pocket Book, Australia.

“Defence In Depth.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star. 1-7-50
John Bull, England. Retitled “A Wonderful Life.” .
Woman’s Day (The Sydney Herald) Australia.

“Dennison’s Wife.” 6500 words.
True Experiences (MacFadden) Feb 1948
Radio Rights sold to MacFadden, Mar 1948

“Derelict”
Adventure (pulp magazine) April 1937 (with Jonathan Eldridge)
Reprinted 1994 by Barnes & Noble in SEA CURSED

“The Desert Host.” Long novelette.
The Magic Carpet. (pulp) April 1933.
Reprinted 1999 by Black Dog Books in booklet form.

“The Devil’s Pit.” 6000 words.
American Magazine. July 1953
The Australian Magazine., Australia.
Allers, Sweden.
Sondags B.T., Denmark.
Outspan, South Africa.
Plagiarized in Italy

“The Dilemma Of Herbert Roddy.” 3000 words.
Sir. Feb 1965

“The Diplomat’s Dancing Daughter.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. 5-29-54

“Ding Dong Belle”
Dime Detective Magazine (pulp) August 1941
Reprinted 1992 by Outlet Books in HARDBOILED DETECTIVES.

“Disturb Not The Dead”
Horror Stories (pulp magazine) Oct-Nov 1936
Reprinted 1988 in HUGH CAVE’S THE CORPSE MAKER, edited by Sheldon Jaffery, published by Starmont.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Do We Want Too Much?” 1000 words.
Life Can Be Beautiful Magazine. April 1949

“The Doctor’s Wife.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 2-24-51
Dansk Familieblad , Denmark.
John Bull, England.
Woman, Australia.
Amalgamated Publications, New Zealand.
Rizzoli, Italy.
Sondags, B.T., Denmark.
Reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S., and Alvin Redman, England..

“Don’t Feel Sorry For Me.” Length unrecorded.
St. Anthony Messenger. publication date unknown.
News on the Move. publication date unknown.
Woman’s Day, Australia.
Femina, Denmark.

“Don’t Be Afraid.” 1500 words.
Toronto Star. 4-29-44

“Don’t Open The Door.” 6000 words.
First used in FRED OLEN RAY’S WEIRD MENACE anthology, published 1994 by American Independent Press.
Reprinted 1997 in Hugh B. Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW pub by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Doom Door”
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) ( as by Justin Case) March 1936.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“The Door Below.” 6500 words.
WHISPERS III anthology, hardcover published 1981 by Doubleday, paperback published 1988 by Jove.
Reprinted in LIGHTHOUSE HORRORS anthology, published 1993 by Down East Books
Reprinted 1997 in Hugh B. Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

“The Door Of Doom”
Strange Tales (pulp magazine) January 1932.
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.

“Double Or Quit”
English Argosy reprint (2-61) of SLIGHT OFFICIAL ERROR from Elks Magazine

“Double Wedding.” 2000 words.
Good Housekeeping. July 1965
Women’s Weekly, Australia.
Alt for Damerne, Denmark & Norway.
Mondadori, Italy.
Ster, South Africa (Afrikaans).

“The Dragon.” 4000 words.
Family Circle. Aug 1947

“Drums Of Revolt.” 90,000 word novel.
Toronto Star. 12-31-55
Americas. Single chapter called “A Walk to the City” in the English edition April 1957, called “Commere Rosanie” in the Spanish edition May 1957.
Book published in England by Robert Hale.

“A Dying At Blackwater.” 7500 words.
First used in ANCIENT ENCHANTRESSES (anthology), published 1995 by Daw Books.

“Education Of A Killer”
Double Detective (pulp magazine) August 1938
Reprinted 1996OR1997 in German anthology FRANK NOWATZI VERLAG.

“Eel Bait”
Spicy Adventure Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) February 1938.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Eel Poison”
Spicy Detective Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) August 1937.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“The Eel Slips Through”
Spicy Detective Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) December 1937.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Eel Trap”
Spicy Adventure Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) June 1936.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“Eel’s Eve”
Spicy Detective Stories (Pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) April 1942.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“The Eldred Sisters.” 4000 words.
Toronto Star. 2-20-60
Woman, England.
Woman’s Day, Australia.
Sondags B.T., Denmark.
Mondadori, Italy.
Aret Runt, Sweden.

“The Empty House.” 4500 words.
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown.

“Encore.” 750 words.
365 SCARY STORIES. Barnes & Noble 1998?

“End Of Summer.” 6000 words.
Redbook. Sept 1960
Woman’s Day, Australia.

“End Of The Road.” 1800 words.
Good Housekeeping. March 1965

“Erzulie.” 6500 words.
Risque Stories #2, Oct. 1984
Reprinted as “Allie’s Cat” in Cave collection THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published in 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

“The Evil Eye.” Length unrecorded.
The Canadian Magazine. Feb 1934

“The Evil Flame”
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) August 1936.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

“The Exile.” 6500 words.
Extension. April 1951
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown.
John Bull, England.
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

“Extra Girl.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 2-25-56
Reprinted in LIVE STORIES, a booklet of stories for high-school reading published by N.Y.City Board of Education.
Reprinted in GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS anthology published by Franklin Watts, Inc. 1956.
Vecko Revyn, Sweden.
Reprinted in TEEN AGE TALES, BOOK A, published by D.C.Heath & Co. 1959.
Mondadori, Italy.
Reprinted in HIGH SCHOOL READ ING, BOOK 1 published by American Book Co., 1961.

“Extra Woman.” Length not recorded. (As by Justin Case)
The Canadian Magazine, April 1937

“Farewell, Miss Katy.” 1500 words.
The Sign. Nov 1964
D.C. Thompson, England.
Svenska Journalen, Sweden.

“Father Denny And The Devil.” 5500 words.
Extension. Publication date unknown.
Ude & Hjemme, Denmark.

“Father Knows Best.” 1500 words.
Sacred Heart Messenger. Feb 1965
Eva, Italy.
Familiglia Cristiana (Sweden?).

“The Fightin’est Ship” (Book)
Excerpt entitled I SAW THE HELENA GO DOWN in The Saturday Evening Post. 1-22-44
Excerpt in Town & Country, May 1944
Excerpt in THIS IS THE NAVY by Gilbert Cant.
Excerpt in THE U.S. NAVY IN WORLD WAS II, pub by Morrow in 1966. (Book Club).

“Final Game.” 2500 words.
Whispers Magazine, Oct. 1993.
Reprinted 1995 by Barnes & Noble in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES

“First Love.” 3000 words.
100 VICIOUS LITTLE VAMPIRE STORIES, published 1995 by Barnes & Noble.
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

"First Strike On Iwo"
Excerpt from “I Took the Sky Road”
Reprinted in THE UNITED STATES NAVY IN WORLD WAR II. Published 1966 by William Morrow & Co, Inc.

"Five To Get Ready, Two To Go.” 5000 words.
Cemetery Dance. Spring 96.
Reprinted in The Best of Cemetery Dance 1998

"The Flame Fiend"
New Mystery Adventures (pulp magazine) April, 1935.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"The Flame In The Jungle.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. 7-18-53

"Flight Of The Jungle Bird.” 4200 words.
Boys’ Life. Feb 1956
Pocket Book, Australia.
Boy’s Own Paper, England.
Reprinted in The Searchlight, in Braille, by N.Y. Association for the Blind.
Reprinted in book BOYS’ LIFE TREASURY, published 1958 by Simon & Schuster.

"Fool Woman.” Length not recorded.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Feb 1935
Reprinted in The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, 11-14-37

"Fool’s Courage.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 6-18-49
The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia.
Outspan, South Africa.
Hjemmet, Scandinavia.

"Footprints In Perdu.” 4200 words.
WHISPERS V anthology, published 1985 in hardcover by Doubleday, 1988 in paperback by Jove.
Reprinted in 100 SNEAKY LITTLE SLEUTH STORIES, published 1996 by Barnes & Noble.

"Footsteps.” 1500 words.
This Week.. 9-26-65
Argosy, England. .
Humo. Flemish rights.
Geillustrerte, The Netherlands.
Schweizerische Illustrierte, Germany.
Reprinted (as by Justin Case) in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.

"Footsteps In The Night.” 1500 words.
Messenger of the Sacred Heart. 1962.
Reprinted in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
Reprinted 1998 in Swedish Anthology THIRD TIME (BONNIER UTBILDNING).

"For Marianne.” 1500 words.
This Week. 11-14-43
Weedon’s Ladies Journal, England.

"Forbidden Ground.” 6000 words.
Extension. Nov 1959
Woman’s Day, Australia.

"Forbidden Island.” 6000 words.
Esquire. April 1953
Sondags B.T., Denmark.
Also published in Italy. Magazine & date not recorded.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

"Forbidden Love.” 5500 words.
Redbook. Jan 1958
Alle Kvinners, Norway.
Sondags B.T., Denmark. .
Argosy, England.
Woman’s Day, Australia.
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Mirror, New Zealand

"Forever Is A Long, Long Time.” 4000 words.
The Urbanite. No. 6, Fall 1995

"A Forever Kind Of Thing.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Aug. 1969.
Woman, England.
Norsk Ukeblat, Norway.
Femina, South Africa.

"Forgetful Charlie.” 1500 words.
Leatherneck, Magazine of U.S. Marines. Aug 1957.
John Bull, England.
APU, Finland.
Women’s Weekly, Australia.
Sports Post, New Zealand.
Reprinted 1999 by Barnes & Noble in 100 HILARIOUS LITTLE HUMOR STORIES

"Forsythe’s Devil.” Length unrecorded.
Toronto Star. 7-23-66.
Illustrert Familieblat, Norway.

"The Fortune Hunter.” 1800 words.
The Sign. Jan 1953
The Australian Magazine, Australia.
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Fortress Of Fear.” 5500 words.
American Magazine. April 1955
Sondags B.T., Denmark.
Pocket Book, Australia.

"The Fourth Excursion.” 4000 words.
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown.

"The Frightened Bride.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. 3-2-57
D.C.Thompson, England.
Woman’s Life, Ireland.
Lei, Italy.
Family Star, England.

"From The Lower Deep.” 5000 words.
WHISPERS II anthology, published 1979 in hardcover by Doubleday, 1987 in paperback by Jove.
Reprinted in THE YEAR’S BEST HORROR STORIES, edited by Karl Edward Wagner, published 1980 by Daw Books.
Reprinted 1992 in blockbuster anthology HORRORSTORY VOLUME 3, a collection of the above Year’s Best Horror volumes.
Reprinted 1994 in OUTOJA TARINOITA, Finland.
Reprinted 1994 in THE BEST OF WHISPERS, published by Borderlands Press & Whispers Press.
Reprinted 1997 in Hugh B. Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Full Circle.” Length unrecorded.
Christian Herald. Publication date unknown.

"The Gang In Black Jackets.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 8-22-59
Hjemmet, Scandinavia.
Weekend, Australia.

"Genesis II.” 5000 words
First used in THE EARTH STRIKES BACK, Richard Chizmar anthology published 1994 by Mark V. Ziesing Books.
Expanded to novel THE DAWNING, pub 2000 by Leisure.

"The Ghoul Gallery"
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) June 1932.
Reprinted in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.

"The Gift.” 1500 words.
Christian Herald. Oct 1965

"A Gift Of Magic.” 7500 words
Weirdbook/Whispers. Jan 1997

"The Girl From Nowhere.” 3000 words.
Woman’s Day. publication date unknown.
Ahlun & Akerlund, Sweden.
Woman’s Own, England.
Alle Kvinners Blad, Norway.

"The Girl From Toronto.” 5500 words.
Family Herald & Weekly Star. 6-30-48
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"The Girl He Lost.” 4500 words.
Toronto Star. 11-26-55
Mondadori, Italy.
Montreal La Patrie, Canada (in French) 12-10-55

"The Girl In Apartment 3-A.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Jan 1969
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia.
Family Star, England.
Femina, South Africa. .
Published in Italy. Magazine and date unknown.
Republican Publications, South Africa.

"The Girl In San Marlo.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star. 2-2-63
Sondags B.T., Denmark.
D.C.Thompson, England.
Southdown Press, Australia.

"The Girl In The Woods.” Length not recorded.
Toronto Star. 8-2-58
Mondadori, Italy.

"The Girl On The Road.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 1-31-59
Dansk Familieblad, Denmark.
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands.
D.C.Thompson, England.

"Girl Shy.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 8-13-55
Aller, Scandinavia.
D.C.Thompson, England & Scotland.
Woman’s Day, Australia.
Reprinted in TEEN-AGE TALES BOOK 5, published 1957 by D.C. Heath & Co.
Reprinted in book WHEN BOY DATES GIRL, published 1956 by Random House.
Reprinted in Danish anthology. Name and publication date unknown.
Reprinted in LIVE STORIES, N.Y. Board of Education, publication date unknown.

"The Girl Who Did Everything Wrong.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 7-19-58

"The Girl Who Swam At Night.” 5600 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 10-29-55
Dansk Familieblad, Denmark.
Woman’s Journal, England.
Woman, Australia.
Mondadori, Italy.
Femina, South Africa. .

"Give ‘Em A Little Corn.” 6000 words.
Elks Magazine. Feb 1946
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"The Goblin And The Golden Voice.” 3000 words.
Toronto Star Weekly. 9-6-47
Montreal La Patrie, Canada.

"Goblins On The Hearth.” 3500 words.
The Sign. April 1957

"The Golden Bird.” 1500 words.
The Sign. March 1948
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Golden Girl.” 1500 words.
The Sign. Jan 1952

"The Golden God.” 5000 words.
American Boy. July 1934
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"Goodbye, Katie.” 1650 words.
The Sign. June 1947
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Goodnight, Sweetheart.” 3000 words.
Christian Herald. Nov 1947.
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Gordie’s Pets.” 4000 words.
First used in RETURN TO THE TWILIGHT ZONE anthology, published 1994 by Daw Books.
Reprinted 1997 in Hugh B. Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

"The Govi.” 4000 words.
First used in NEW MYTHOS LEGENDS anthology, published in 1999 by Marietta Publishing.

"Gramp Takes A Hand.” 3000 words. ( See “Steve Takes A Hand”)
Originally published 1-44 in pulp magazine Detective Story as “Steve Takes a Hand.”
Reprinted as “Steve Takes a Hand” in SECOND MYSTERY COMPANION, published 1944 by Gold Label Books
Reprinted 1996 as “Gramp Takes a Hand” in 100 SNEAKY LITTLE SLEUTH STORIES, published by Barnes & Noble.

"Grandfather & The Wondrous Beast.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. 1-9-65
Argosy, England.
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands.
Femina, South Africa.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black and Other Weird Cat Tails, published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

"Green Fingers.” 750 words.
365 SCARY STORIES. Barnes & Noble. 1998?

"The Green Eyes Of Confucius"
Short Stories (pulp magazine) August 10, 1930.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"The Grisly Death"
Black Book Detective Magazine (pulp magazine) August 1934.
Reprinted in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.

"Haitian Hinterland.” Length unrecorded.
Americas Magazine (Pan American Union) Feb 1956

"Haitian Mysteres.” 1371 words.
First used in DANCING WITH THE DARK: Steve Jones anthology pub 1997 in England.
Czech reprint of DANCNG WITH THE DARK published in 1999.

"Halleluja” 5000 words.
Cemetery Dance, 25th Anniv. Issue. Fall, 1997.

"The Hanging Rope.” 1800 words.
Toronto Star. 11-5-49
Boys Own Paper, England. Feb 1955

"The Hard-Luck Kid.” 3000 words
Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, November 1992
Reprinted 1994 in Barnes & Nobles’ 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES (as by Geoffrey Vace).
Reprinted 1997 in Hugh B. Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, pub by Fedogan & Bremer.
Reprinted 2000 in Le Telegramme, Paris.

"Hard Of Heart.” 5000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. June 11, 1960
Sondags B.T., Denmark & Norway
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Palazzi, Italy
Reprinted as “The Brats” in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short Stories, published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England.

"Hard To Kill.” 5000 words.
Male Magazine. June 1954
Toronto Star. 8-21-54
Associated Newspapers, Australia 1954

"He Loves Me.” Length unrecorded.
Good Housekeeping. Oct 1965
Woman’s Day, Australia
Hendes Verden, Denmark
Libelle, The Netherlands
Woman, England
Gioia, Italy

"He Trod The Mine Field.” 5000 words.
Extension. Nov 1945

"The Heavenly Fire.” 2200 words.
Southern Agriculturist. Jan 1947
Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Hell On The Half Shell.” 6500 words
The Elks Magazine. April 1947
Toronto Star Weekly, retitled “Trouble on the Half Shell” 7-19-47
Port Arthur Ontario News Chronicle, Canada
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. publication date unknown.

"Hero’s Brother.” 1500 words.
This Week Magazine. 10-7-45
The Woman, U.S. 2nd serial rts. March 1946
The Link, U.S. (published by The National Council of the Service Men’s Christian League.) April 1946

"High Man On The Mountain.” 5500 words.
The Elks Magazine. Dec 1959
Toronto Star, Canada
Suspense, England
Ude & Hjemme, Denmark

"His Sister’s Keeper.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 4-23-60
Sondags B.T., Denmark & Norway
Today, England

"His Son’s Teacher.” 1500 words.
The Victorian. March 1947

"Horror In Wax"
Thrilling Mysteries (pulp magazine) April 1935.
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.

"The Hostage "
First published as “Killer’s Exit” in Detective Fiction Weekly, 6-8-1940.
Reprinted as “the Hostage” 1997 in Cave collection, THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Hour Of Violence.” 6000 words.
The Elks Magazine. April 1953
Toronto Star, Canada, as “Treasure of the Grotto”, 8-15-53
The Australian Magazine, Australia.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"A House For Grandpa.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. publication date unknown.
Homes & Gardens, England
Women’s Weekly, Australia
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Femina, South Africa
Tidenskvinder, Denmark
Published in Italy, magazine and date unknown.

"House For Sale.” 3000 words.
Toronto Star. 3-10-45

"House Of Dark Desire"
Risque Stories, July 1985
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

"The House Of Evil.” Novelette.
Dime Mystery magazine (pulp magazine) (as by Geoffrey Vace) November 1933.
Reprinted 1988 in HUGH CAVE’S THE CORPSE-MAKER, edited by Sheldon Jaffery, published by Starmont.

"The Hunted.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. 1-20-62
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Spaarnestad, The Netherlands
Today, England

"The Hunter And The Hunted.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post 3-31-56
Pocket Book, Australia
Aller, Scandinavia
John Bull, England
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands.
Reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S., and Alvin Redman,England

"The Huntress.” 6000 words.
Today’s Woman. Nov 1951
Hjemmet, Scandinavia
Mondadori, Italy

"Hurricane.” 6000 words.
The American Magazine. Nov 1952
Sondags B.T., Denmark

"Hypocrite House"
Short Stories (pulp magazine) February 25, 1931.
Reprinted in Cave collection THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"I Love You, Laura.” 1500 words.
Toronto Star. 3-25-44

"I’ll Walk You Home.” 2500 words.
Good Housekeeping. April, 1964
Woman’s Own, England
Women’s Weekly, Australia
Femina, Denmark
Gioia, Italy
Kuvapelualu, Finland

"Ill Wind.” 5000 words.
National Home Monthly, Canada. March 1934

"Imp Of Satan"
Horror Stories (pulp magazine) October, 1935
Reprinted 1990 in RIVALS OF WEIRD TALES, published by Bonanza.
Reprinted 1997 in Fedogan & Bremer’s collection of Hugh B. Cave stories, THE DOOR BELOW.

"The Impossible Thief.” 6000 words.
The Elks Magazine. July 1958
Toronto Star, Canada
Argosy, England
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Gioia, Italy
Reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England.

"Improper Lady.” 5000 words.
Canadian Magazine, Canada. May 1932
Modern Weekly, England. Date unknown.

"In Dangerous Courtship.” 25000-word novelette.
Good Housekeeping. Sept 1972
Woman’s Day, Australia
Modern Woman, South Africa
Norsk Ukeblad, Norway

"In The Bag.” 1500 words (?)
Originally printed in the pulp magazine Argosy, 5-22-37.
Reprinted, as by Carey Barnett, in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES, in 1994, by Barnes & Noble.

"In The Dragon’s Lair"
Originally printed in the pulp magazine Spicy Adventure Stories, March 1936.
Reprinted in IT’S RAINING CORPSES IN CHINATOWN, edited by Don Hutchison, published 1991 by Starmont.

"In The Groove.” 1500 words.
Sacred Heart Messenger. June 1958
Woman, England
Alt for Damerne, Denmark & Norway
New York Mirror, U.S., 12-17-61

"The Intruder.” 1500 words. Written April, 1954.
Sacred Heart Messenger. Oct 1955
Pocket Book, Australia

"The Intruder.” 2500 words. Written Sept. 1964.
Reveille, England

"Intruders"
Sold to Stephen Mark Rainey, 4-9-97, for anthology SONG OF CTHULHU.

"In Your Own Backyard.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. May 1963
Mondadori, Italy

"I Saw The Helena Go Down.” Excerpt from “The Fightin’est Ship”
The Saturday Evening Post 11-22-44
Reprinted in SATURDAY EVENING POST WORLD WAR II STORIES, publisher and date unknown

"Island Feud.” 3500 words.
First published in the pulp magazine Argosy in Dec, 1953
Sondags B.T. Denmark
Australian Magazine, Australia

"Island Girl.” 5500 words.
Cosmopolitan. Oct 1961
Hjemmet, Norway
Giorno, Italy

"Island Of Eve.” 25000-word novelette
Good Housekeeping. Oct. 1967
Buenhogar, Spanish Language edition of G.H. for Central & South America
Argosy, England
Alt for Damerne, Denmark
Hjemmet, Norway
Eve, South Africa
Alba, Italy

"The Isle Of Dark Magic"
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) August 1934.
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.

"Isle Of No Escape.” 2000 words
The Sign. Feb 1950
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"I Took The Sky Road.” (War book, by Commander Norman M. Miller as told to Hugh B. Cave.)
Liberty Magazine (condensation). 8-25-45

"The Isle Of Truth.” 2800 words
Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. October 1983 (full cover)

"It’s My Life.” 1500 words.
This Week Magazine. 3-31-46
Toronto Star, Canada. 11-13-48
Gioia, Italy

"It’s Not Funny.” 2500 words.
The Elks Magazine. Sept 1946
Everybody’s Digest. Feb 1947 as “Sadism in the U.S. Navy”

"It’s My Life.” Length unrecorded.
Toronto Star. 1-5-47

"It’s The Fight.” 6000 words.
The Elks Magazine. March 1950
Toronto Star, Canada
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, publication date unknown.
Montreal La Patrie, Canada, in French translation

"It’s You I Want.” 5500 words.
The Elks Magazine. May 1946

"It’s Your Pacific.” 5500 words.
Extension. Feb 1945

"Jamaica Storm.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 10-28-61
Ude & Hjemme, Denmark
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Mondadori, Italy

"Joey.” 3200 words.
100 Crafty Little Cat Crimes. Late 2000.

"Jonah.” 1800 words.
This Week. 3-12--44

"The Journey.” 1500 words.
D.C.Thompson, England. Publication date unknown.
(See “One to Chicago”)

"Journey On An Unknown River.” 5000 words.
Woman’s Journal, England Oct 1967
Published in Sweden, magazine and date unknown
Published in Denmark, magazine and date unknown
Home Journal, South Africa.

"The Jungle That Couldn’t Be Tamed.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 5-9-53
Pocket Book, Australia
Hjemmet, Scandinavia

"Just Another H.P.L. Horror Story.” 5500 words.
First used in DARK VOICES 6 anthology, published 1994 by Pan Books, England
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection, THE DOOR BELOW, pub in 1997 by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Just Fishing Isn’t Fishing Enough.” 1800 words
Boys’ Life. May 1947

"Just The Two Of Us.” 3000words.
Crypt of Cthulhu #25. Sept. 1984.
Reprinted 1995 in 100 WICKED LITTLE WITCH STORIES pub by Barnes & Noble
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW pub 1997 by Fedogan & Bremer.

"The Key.” 1500 words.
Maclean’s, Canada. 7-1-48
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.
Published in Australia 4-2-49, magazine unknown

"Killing Time.” 3000 words.
The Urbanite. No. 8, 1997.

"A Kind Of Pickup.” 1500 words.
Woman’s Day, Australia
Femina, Denmark

"Kula Gulf"
Excerpt from “The Fightin’est Ship”
Reprinted in THE UNITED STATES NAVY IN WORLD WAR II, published 1966 by William Morrow & Co.

"The Kutting Edge.” 4000 words.
FRED OLEN RAY’S WEIRD MENACE anthology, published 1994 by American Independent Press.
Offered on Internet by Vintage New Media

"The Kweilin Express.” 6000 words.
Family Circle Magazine. March 1947
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"The Ladies Of Cantwell.” 1500 words.
Women’s Weekly, Australia
Reprinted as “The Wink” in 100 SNEAKY LITTLE SLEUTH STORIES, published 1996 by Barnes & Noble.

"Ladies In Waiting.” 4000 words.
Whispers Magazine #6-7, June 1975.
Reprinted in MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, a collection of Cave stories published by Carcosa,1977.
Reprinted in WHISPERS I hard-cover Doubleday anthology , 1977.
Reprinted in Jove paperback of above,1979.
Reprinted in NAL anthology I SHUDDER AT YOUR TOUCH, a Literary Guild alternate with many foreign editions, 1990.
Reprinted by Barnes & Noble, 1994, in 100 CREEPY LITTLE CREATURE STORIES.
Reprinted 1996 by MJF Books, 1996, in A CENTURY OF HORROR, 1970-1979.
Reprinted 1997 by MJF Books in HAUNTED HOUSES; THE GREAT STORIES.

"The Ladies Of Cantwell.” See “The Wink”.

"Lady From Hell.” 4408 words.
Imagination Fully Dilated. 2000 (?)

"The Lady In The Jungle.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 9-16-50
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Dansk Familieblad, Denmark
John Bull, England
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Rizzoli, Italy

"Lady’s Luck.” 3500 words.
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada. 8-18-43
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. 8-11-46

"The Lady Wore Black.” 5300 words.
Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. March 1984.
Reprinted by NAL in anthology MYSTERY CATS in 1991.
Reprinted 1994 in MYSTERY CATS LARGE PRINT EDITION, published by G.K. Hall.
Reprinted 1994 in German edition of MYSTERY CATS.
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

"The Last Accounting.” 6000 words.
Country Gentleman. Sept 1952

"The Last Guess.” Length not recorded. (as by Geoffrey Vace)
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Feb. 1935
Reprinted in Boston Globe Sunday Magazine 1-16-38

"The Last Word.” 2000 words.
Southern Agriculturist. Feb 1948
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"The Law.” 1900 words.
100 VICIOUS LITTLE VAMPIRE STORIES, published 1995 by Barnes & Noble.

"Leap My Lovely.” 3000 words
Toronto Star. 3-6-43

"Leave My Girl Alone.” 6000 words.
Woman’s Day. Sept 1956

"Left Out.” 6000 words.
Christian Herald. Dec 1959
Woman’s Day, Australia
Reprinted in book DAYS OF GRASS, an anthology of stories from Christian Herald published by Channel Press, 1965.

"A Lesson In Love.” 3000 words.
The Sign. Publication date unknown.
Hus & Hjem, Denmark

"Let’s Write Better Stories.” 1500 words.
Report to Writers (written by request). Publication date unknown.

"Lifeline.” 6000 words.
Redbook. Nov 1957
Annabella, Italy

"Light In Darkness.” 2000 words.
The Sign. May 1952
John Bull, England, published 11-22-52 as “Off Course, Lost”.
Australian Magazine, Australia
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine

"The Light In The Fog.” 1500 words.
Toronto Star. 2-26-44

"Listen, I Love You.” 3000 words.
Good Housekeeping. March 1964
Woman’s Day, England
Hjemmet, Scandinavia
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Femina, South Africa
Alba, Italy
Forlagshuset, Denmark

"Listen To The Lonesome Drum.” 1800 words.
The Sign. Feb 1951
Mother, England

"A Little Bit Of Habit.” 1500 words.
St. Joseph Magazine. Aug 1947

"Little Girl In Black Stockings.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. Oct. 22, 1960
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Mortensen, Norway
Katholeike Illustrert, The Netherlands
Woman’s Illustrated, England
D.C. Thompson, England
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Herzog, Germany
Reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England, 1962.
Reprinted in Stretch, the magazine of People to People. Summer 1991.
Reprinted again in Stretch in 1993 or 1994.

"Lonely Journey.” 5500 words.
Redbook. Sept 1958
Suspense, England
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Published in France, magazine and date unknown.

"The Lonesome Road.” 1500 words.
Holland’s Magazine. August 1947
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Long Live The Queen.” 5000 words.
The Tome, Nov. 1991
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

"The Long Wait.” 1500 words.
Toronto Star. 5-22-48

"Long Was The Night.” From “Long Were the Nights.”
Reprinted 1944 by Penguin Books in Gilbert Cant’s THIS IS THE NAVY

"Long Way Home.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. 11-30-63

"Long Where The Nights.” Excerpts from war book of that name.
Adventure. Nov 1943 as “A Few Tons of Plywood.”
Yachting Magazine. Nov 1943 as “Squadron X.”
True. June 1944. Condensation as “Long Were the Nights”.
Excerpt in book THIS IS THE NAVY by Gilbert Cant, published by Penguin Books 1944.

"Look At Me.” 1500 words.
The Sign. Feb 1949
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Lord Of Roanonga.” 5500 words.
Maclean’s, Canada. 1-1-49
John Bull, England
Melbourne Herald, Australia

"Lost Man Island.” 4000 words.
Toronto Star. 10-2-48

"The Lovable Liar.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 5-25-57
Hjemmet, Scandinavia
Spaarnestadt, Belgium & France
Pix, Australia
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands

"The Love Affair Of A Homely Girl. 2600 words.
This Week. 1-12-47
Woman’s Weekly, England
Published in Sweden, magazine and date unknown

"Love Is Never Forgotten.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. June, 1963
Sondags B.T. Denmark
Femina, Sweden
Homess & Gardens, England
Damernas Valvo, Sweden
Mondadori, Itali
Femina, South Africa

"Love Laughs Last.” Length not recorded
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Jan. 1937

"Love Letter To Warwick.” 3000 words. Written by request.
The Providence, R.I. Journal. 10-5-52

"Love, Love, Love.” 5500 words
Extension. March 1950
Toronto Star, Canada
Mother, England
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Love Me Simple, Love Me Strong.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. 8-22-64
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Lover’s Hideaway.” 7000 words
Real Romances. April 1947

"Love’s An Easy Thing.” 6000 words
True Experiences. publication date unknown.
One-time radio rights sold to MacFadden, July 1948

"The Madman Of The Mountain.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 6-12-54
Argosy, England. March 1956
Associated Newspapers, Australia
Spaarnestadt, the Netherlands

"Magazines I Remember.” Two 3000-word articles.
Pulp Vault #10 and #11, 1992 & 1993. Later expanded into book published by Tattered Pages Press, same title, in 1994.

"Magic In The Hat.” 1500 words.
This Week. 8-22-43
Good Taste, England
Sold in Denmark, magazine and date unknown.

"The Man From Heaven.” 7000 words.
Country Gentleman. May 1949

"The Man Who Could Not Die.” 8500 words
Argosy. Feb. 1948
Sydney Herald, Australia

"The Man Who Wouldn’t Quit.” 5200 words.
Extension. Publication date unknown.
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Manila--City Of Sorrow.” 4000 words.
Extension. Oct 1945

"A Man’s Mark.” 4000 words
Short Stories. Oct. 10, 1942
Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. August 1, 1943.

"Many Happy Returns.” 1500 words
Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, April 1966
Reveille, England
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published 1977 by Carcosa.
Reprinted 1995, as by Justin Case, in Barnes & Noble’s 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES

"Margin Of Victory.” 2800 words.
Toronto Star. 6-5-43
D.C.Thompson, England

"Marooned On An Island.” 3000 words.
This Week. 12-11-49
Toronto Star, Canada
Reprinted in book ADVENTURES FOR TODAY by Herbert Potell, published by Harcourt, Brace & Son, publication date unknown.

"A Matter Of Timing.” 4600 words.
Raymond Alexander’s Bookstore Catalog (Magalog #1,Canada) Spring 1998

"Maxon’s Mistress"
Black Book Detective Magazine (pulp magazine) February 1935.]
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.

"Men” (a poem)
Sunset Magazine, Dec. 1928. (Later set to music by Carlyle Davis, published by the Oliver Ditson Company, and sung by Davis in Carnegie Hall.)

"Midget Sluggers.” Length unrecorded.
Boys’ Life. July 1944

"The Midnight Horde.” Novel.
Toronto Star. 7-2-38

"Might Of Men.” 5000 words.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Oct 1933

"Miracle Of The Mud Hut.” 3000 words.
Toronto Star, 8-15-59

"Missing Item.” 1800 words.
This Week. 9-9-45

"The Mission.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 3-14-59
Sondags B.T., Denmark
John Bull, England
Published in book form by Doubleday, 1960, after the Post stated it and its portrait of the story’s heroine by Peter Stevens had received more reader mail than any fiction piece the Post had ever published.
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Included in POST STORIES OF 1959.
Weekend, Australia
D.C.Thompson, England
Straits Times, Malaya
Alle Kvinners, Norway
Reprinted in book DREAMERS OF DREAMS published by Noble & Noble, publication date unknown.
Reprinted twice in Stretch, the newsletter of People to People
Reprinted in book CURRENTS IN FICTION, PUBLISHED 1968 by Macmillan as a “Macmillan Literary Heritage” book.

"Mission At Dawn.” 1500 words.
Southern Agriculturist. May 1946
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Mission To Margal.” 16,000-word novelette. (Extracted from novel, “The Evil”)
MAMMOTH BOOK OF ZOMBIES published 1993 by Robinson, England, and Carroll & Graf, U.S. GIANT BOOK OF ZOMBIES published 1995 by Parragon Book Service, Ltd. London. (a reprint of Mammoth, above)

"Mistress Of The Dead"
Dime Mystery Magazine (pulp magazine) October 1935.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Mistress Of Shadows.” 13,000 words
Sarie Marais, South Africa, where it was translated into Afrikaans and published as a serial by Willem Carstens but copyrighted in Cave’s name.
Rewritten for Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine. Feb 1985
Reprinted as lead story in Hitchcock anthology MURDER MOST COZY, published by Signet in 1993.

"Mob Victim.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 8-23-58
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands

"Modern Nero.” Novelette.
Dime Mystery Magazine (pulp magazine) August 1936.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published 1995 by Fedogan & Bremer.

“Monikers”
Short article about my various pen-names, written for and published in Pulpster. 1996 Pulpcon.

"That Monkey Of Simms.” Length not recorded.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. May 1936
(Reprinted from Far East Adventure Stories)

"More Than A Loaf Of Bread.” 1700 words.
Your Life. April 1949.

"Most Treasure’s Buried Deep.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star Weekly. 1-15-44

"Mountain Girl.” 2000 words.
The Sign. July 1952
Woman, England
Film-Journalen, Sweden (retitled “The Little Saint.”)
Alba, Italy
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"The Mountain Of The Lost.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star. 11-20-54
Australian Magazine, Australia

"Mountain Magic.” 3000 words.
The Sign. Oct 1954
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"A Mountain To Cross.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star Weekly. June 5, 1965
Ugebladet Hjemmet, Scandinavia

"Mountains Of Time.” 6000 words.
Pocket Book, Australia. 10-13-56 as “Phantom Valley”
GhostTide anthology, U.S., edited by Claudia O’Keefe. published 1993 by Revenant Books.

"Mr. Mowry Slept Here.” 2500 words.
Toronto Star. 8-1-59
Hjemmet, Scandinavia
Mondadori, Italy

"Murder Island.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 4-19-52
John Bull, England (as “The Manager’s Girl”)
Columbia Broadcasting System, for radio, date used unknown
Alen & Akerlund, Sweden
Australian Monthly, Australia
Woman’s Day, Australia
Straits Times, Malaya
Gioia, Italy

"Murgunstrumm.” 35,000-word novelette originally published in the pulp magazine, Strange Tales, 1934.
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.
Reprinted 1991 in THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF TERROR, edited by Stephen Jones and published by Robinson, England. and Carroll & Graf, U.S.
Reprinted 1994 in THE ANTHOLOGY OF HORROR STORIES (same book as above, with a new title.) Pub by Tiger Books International.
Reprinted 1996 in THE GIANT BOOK OF HORROR (same book as above, with a new title.)
Reprinted 1997 in TERRORE!--Italian editon of The Mammoth book of Terror.
Reprinted 1992 in A TASTE FOR BLOOD, edited by Martin H. Greenberg, published by Dorset.

"My Brand New Mother-In-Law.” Length not recorded.
Good Housekeeping. March 1966
Woman’s Journal, England
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Mondadori, Italy
Brigitte, Germany
Woman’s Weekly, Australia

"My Pupil, The Idiot"
Terror Tales (pulp magazine) Sept-Oct, 1937.
Reprinted 1988 in HUGH CAVE’S THE CORPSE-MAKER, edited by Sheldon Jaffery, published by Starmont.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"The Mysterious Disappearance Of Henry Warburton.” 1500 words.
Written Jan 1957. No sale in U.S.
Everywoman, England
Tidens Kvinder, Denmark
Mondadori, Italy
Home Journal, South Africa
Woman’s Weekly, Australia

"Naked In Darkness.” 3000 words.
First published in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, August, 1965
Reveille, England
Reprinted in 100 DASTARDLY LITTLE DETECTIVE STORIES, published 1993 by Barnes & Noble.

"Navy Man.” 6000 words.
Collier’s Magazine. 1-6-45

"Necktie Party.” One-page short-short
Liberty Magazine. 6-4-38

"Never Trust A Man.” Length not recorded.
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown.
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Femina, Sweden
Norsk Ukeblad, Norway
Woman’s Day, Australia
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden

"New Guinea Manhunt.” 6000 words.
First published in pulp magazine Blue Book, Oct 1951
Australian Weekly, Australia

"The New Voodoo.” 1500 words.
Latin American Report. Sept 1956 with 3 photos by the author.

"Night Call.” 2000 words.
Extension. Aug 1947
Toronto Star, Canada. 9-6-47 as “A Swift Triumph”
Montreal La Patrie, Canada

"A Night Ordeal.” 3000 words
Toronto Star. 10-14-50

"Night Out.” 4000 words.
St. Joseph Magazine. Aug 1946

"Night Wind.” 5000 words
Chatelaine, Canada March 1934

"Night Wind.” 2000 words.
Christian Herald. June 1947

"Nightmare On Wheels.” 1500 words.
Reveille, England, publication date unknown.

"Nights In The Mountains Of Haiti.” 6500 words.
First used in Martin Greenberg anthology WEREWOLVES, published June 1995 by Daw Books.

"No-Account.” 1500 words.
Montreal Standard, Canada and Standard Newspaper Syndicate. 7-19-47

"No Charge For Admission.” Length not recorded.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Feb 1937

"No Flowers For Henry.” 2500 words.
Whispers Magazine. Oct 1987
Reprinted (as by Carl Hughes) in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.
Reprinted 2000 in Cave collection THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.

"No More Mail.” 1800 words.
Toronto Star. 4-8-44

"No Moss On Lacey.” 2000 words.
Sir. Sept 1946

"No Substitute.” 6000 words
Toronto Star. 10-2-54
Women’s Weekly, Australia
Ude & Hjemme, Denmark

"Number One Magic.” 2000 words.
Originally published in Short Stories, October 1949.
Reprinted in Boston Sunday Globe Magazine

"The Numbers Game.” Length not recorded.
The Sign. Nov 1965
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Of Time And Space.” 3000 words
Borderland, Vol. 1, No. 2, July 1985.
Reprinted 1995 by Barnes & Noble in 100 WICKED LITTLE WITCH STORIES
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Okay, Mary.” 1500 words.
Liberty Magazine. Sept 1949 (mag was then a monthy)

"Old Love, New Love.” 5000 words.
Extension. Oct 1965

"On The Trail Of An Angel.” 4000 words.
Toronto Star. 7-17-48

"On Voodoo.” 3500 words, non-fiction.
Shudder Stories (Robert Price, editor) March 1986
Stretch (People to People publication) Winter 1990
The Tome, November 1991
Used by People to People on Internet, 1998

"One Eye Blind.” 1500 words.
Sacred Heart Messenger. Publication date unknown.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"One Friday Morning.” 2500 words.
Christian Herald. July 1956

"One Man’s River.” 5000 words.
Originally published in Short Stories (a pulp magazine), March 10, 1943.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, date not known.

"One To Chicago.” 1200 words. (A revision of “The Journey”)
1983 World Fantasy Convention Program Book.

"One Touch Of Magic.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Sept 1971 (or Nov 1971?)
Woman, England
Norsk Ukeblad, Norway
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Dansk Familieblad, Denmark

"One Way.” 750 words.
365 SCARY STORIES. Barnes & Noble. 1998?

"Optical Illusion.” 1700 words
The Victorian. April 1948
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Ordeal By Battle.” 5000 words.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Nov 1932

"Other Man’s Pizen.” 1300 words.
Toronto Star. 1-5-46
New Era, South Africa

"The Other Side Of Silence.” 5000 words
Toronto Star. 3-3-56
Pocket Book, Australia

"Outcast Island.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown.

"The Pain Room"
Dime Mystery Magazine (pulp magazine) October 1934.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"The Pampered Little Punk.” 1500 words.
This Week. 12-8-46

"Papa Was Nobody.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. 8-31-57

"Payoff At Palembang.” 9000 wrds.
Originally published in Argosy (pulp magazine) in Dec 1950.
Hemmets Veckotidning, Sweden

"People You Can Count On.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. April 1972
Woman’s Day, Australia
Woman’s Own, England
Confidence Gioia, Italy

"The Perfect Gift.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Dec 1962
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Woman’s Own, England
Brigitte, Germany
Mondadori, Italy
Norsk Ukeblad, Norway
Reprinted in book A SUMMER ROMANCE AND OTHER STORIES, a collection of Cave’s Good Housekeeping stories published in 1980 by Longan Group Lt. in England and Eichosha Pub. Co. in Japan.

"Peril At The Bridge.” 5000 words.
Boys’ Life. July 1965
Reprinted in Allyn & Bacon book, title and date of publication now known.

"Peril In The Gorge.” 5000 words
Boys’ Life. Oct 1961
In Chapbook “The Unwanted and Peril in the Gorge” published by American Book Company, date unknown.
Reprinted in THE BOYS’ LIFE BOOK OF MYSTERY STORIES, published 1963 by Random House

"Peril Of The River.” 2000 words.
This Week. 10-24-48
Aller Press, Scandinavia
Toronto Star, Canada. 12-11-48
Reprinted in book, 50 THIS WEEK’S SHORT-SHORT STORIES, published 1953 by Random House
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands

"Perilous Journey.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. 9-15-51
Possibly reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England.
But the two stories may not be the same. (SEE “THE WICKED WOLVES”)

"Phantom Footprints.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. 2-19-49
Montreal La Patrie, in French translation

"Phantom Fortune.” 1500 words.
This Week. 11-14-48
Toronto Star, Canada. 1-22-49
Boys Own Paper, England
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia

"The Phantom Moth.” 2000 words.
Boys’ Life. Aug 1954
Boys Own Paper, England
Reprinted in Braille in “The Searchlight” by N.Y. Association for the Blind
Reprinted 1958 in book PROSE AND POETRY JOURNEYS 5TH EDITION published by L.W. Singer Co., Inc.
Reprinted 1962 in book BOYS’ LIFE BOOK OF MYSTERY STORIES published by Doubleday.

"Phantom Valley.” 6000 words.
Pocket Book, Australia. 10-13-56
Revised and resold as “The Mountains of Time” to GHOSTTIDE Anthology, published 1993 by Revenant Books.

"Phantom Warning.” 6000 words.
Elks Magazine. Nov. 1957
Argosy, England

"The Pied Piper Of Asangai.” 2500 words.
The Christian Herald. Publication date unknown.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"A Pile Of Publicity"
Spicy Detective Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) January 1942.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"Pilot Beware.” Length not recorded.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Aug 1937

"A Place Of No Return.” 4500 words.
Fantasy Tales, England. Summer Issue 1981
FantasyBook, U.S. June 1984
Reprinted in BEST HORROR FROM FANTASY TALES, published 1989 in England by Robinson, 1990 in the U.S. by Carroll & Graf.
Reprinted 1993 in English hardcover anthology HORROR BY LAMPLIGHT published by Chancellor Press.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, pub 1997 by Fedogan & Bremer.

"A Place To Hide. 3500 words.
Christian Herald. August 1961
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Planned Encounter.” 1900 words.
Liguorian Magazine. Feb 1995

"Port-Au-Prince.” 3000 words with photos by author.
Americas, Dec 1956

"Portrait Of Love.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Nov 1975
Woman’s Own, England
Woman’s Day, Australia
Sondags B.T., Denmark

"Prelude To A Love Affair.” 5000 words.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. June 1933

"Prey Of The Nightborn"
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) September 1936.
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.

"Prisoner Of Tituan"
Spicy Adventure Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) April 1938.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"The Prophecy"
Black Book Detective Magazine (pulp magazine) October 1934.
Reprinted 1977 in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.

"Prowler In The House.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 7-11-59
Spaarnestadt, Belgium , France, The Netherlands
Sondags B.T., Denmark

"Prussian Lullaby.” 1800 words.
Sir. Sept 1943
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. 6-18-44

"Purr Of A Cat.” (as by Justin Case)
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) March 1942
Reprinted 1977 by Carcosa in Hugh B. Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS.
Reprinted 1986 by Neo (France) in TROIS SEIGNEURS DE LA NUIT
Reprinted 1998 by Cumberland House in FIELDS OF BLOOD: VAMPIRE STORIES OF THE HEARTLAND
Reprinted 2000 by Ash Tree Press in Hugh B. Cave collection THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS

"Pursuit Of Happiness.” 1800 words
Christian Herald. Oct 1950

"Puss-Puss.” 3500 words
The Urbanite. Issue #4, 1995
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails published 2000 by Ash Tree Press

"Put A Polish On Dull Moments.” 1200 words
Your Life. Oct 1947
Reprinted in same magazine as an “encore” April 1958

"Pt Boat Missing.” 1500 words.
Boys’ Life. March 1945 or 1946

"The Question.” Length unrecorded.
Redbook. Publication date unknown.

"The Quiet Man.” 1500 words.
Today’s Family. Nov 1964
Christiana, Italy

"Rebound.” 7000 words.
Modern Romances. April 1947

"Red.” 5000 words.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. April 1934.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection, THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.
Reprinted in Cemetery Dance #29, Vol. 8, Issue 4, Fall 1998

"Red Devils.” 7000 words.
First used in Robert Bloch’s PSYCHO PATHS anthology, published March 1991 by Tor Books

"The Red Road Up.” 5000 words. (as by Geoffrey Vace)
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Aug 1934.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection , THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"Reluctant To Love.” 5500 words.
Modern Romances. Feb 1947

"The Reluctant Tourist.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown.
Woman’s Day, Australia
D.C.Thompson, England
Femina, Switzerland & Germany

"Remember Island.” 25,000-word novelette
Good Housekeeping. Aug 1974
Buenhogar, Spanish language rights in Central & South America
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Rendezvous At The River.” 5500 words.
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada. 6-15-43
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Revolt On The River.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star. 1-19-52
Montreal La Patrie, translated into French

"A Rhode Islander Writes About Haiti.” Length unrecorded.
Providence R.I. Journal. Probably about 1952

"A Ride On The G.G.& O.” 1700 words.
Necrofile. 1993

"Right Of Way.” 3960 words.
Night Terrors #6. June 1998.

"River Of Blood"
Spicy Adventure Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case), April 1937.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"River Of Death.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 11-22-52
Dansk Familieblad. Denmark
Pocket Book, Australia

"River Of Fear.” 5500 words.
The Elks Magazine. 1952
Toronto Star, Canada. 6-20-53
Sondags B.T., Denmark

"The River Of Voices.” 4500 words.
Boys’ Life. publication date unknown. (1965?)
Boys Own Paper, England
Reprinted in Braille in THE SEARCHLIGHT by New York Association for the Blind

"River To Nowhere.” 4500 words.
Boys’ Life. May 1948
Reprinted in Braille in THE SEARCHLIGHT by New York Association for the Blind
Boys Own Paper, England
Reprinted in THE BEST OF BOYS’ LIFE COMICS, NO. 5. 1958

"The Road Ahead.” 3500 words.
The American Magazine. Aug 1942
Toronto Star. 11-7-53
Boys Own Paper, England

"Road Map.” 5000 words.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. July 1933

"The Room Above The Top.” 2500 words.
Shudder Stories, June 1984
Reprinted 1998, by Barnes & Noble, in 100 TWISTED TALES OF TORMENT.

"Rope Enough.” 1800 words.
This Week. 8-3-47
Toronto Star, Canada. 9-27-47
Published in Denmark, magazine and date unknown

"Saga Of The Transports.” 2000-word excerpt from Cave’s book WINGS ACROSSTHE WORLD
True Magazine. Dec 1944

"San Marlo Incident.” 5800 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 10-6-56
John Bull, England
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Woman’s Day, Australia
Republican Publications, South Africa
Reprinted as “The Angel of Bel Air” in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England.

"San Marlo Revolution. 5500 words.
The Elks Magazine. May 1961`
Woman’s Day, Australia

"The Sandakan Stiff"
Thrilling Adventures (pulp magazine) April 1936.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection, THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"Satan’s Mistress"
Dime Mysatery Magazine (pulp magazine) June 1935.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Scarecrow In Scarlet.” 5000 words.
Household Magazine. Oct 1933
The Canadian Magazine. Jan 1934

"Sealed Orders. 2000 words.
This Week. 4-29-45
Toronto Star, Canada 12-8-45

"The Search For Little Mary. 25,000-word novelette (sequel to “The Island of Eve”)
Good Housekeeping. June 1969
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Second Baby.” 1800 words.
Good Housekeeping. April 1966
Woman’s Realm, England
Femina, South Africa
Seura, Finland
Mondadori, Italy
Constanze, Germany
Femina, Denmark
Svensk Damtidning, Sweden
Mondial, France

"Second Growth.” 5000 words
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada. 7-4-45

"The Second Mrs. Haskell.” 6000 words.
American Magazine. Nov 1955
Hjemmet, Scandinavia
John Bull, England
Pocket Book, Australia
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Reprinted as “The King of Port Marie” in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian Short Stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England .

"The Second Slug"
Spicy Detective Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) July 1941.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"The Second Time Around.” 6000 words
First used in Stephen Jones’s anthlogy THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF DRACULA, published 1997 by Robinson,England..

"Second Wife.” 5500 words
Redbook. Dec 1958
John Bull, England
Katholeike Illustriert, The Netherlands
Sondags B.T., Denmark & Norway
Posta, Italy

"Secret Of Happiness.” 5500 words
The Saturday Evening Post. 9-7-57 (or 5-7-57?)
John Bull, England
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Mirror Publishing Co., New Zealand
Weekend, Australia

"The Secret Of Trinity’s Island.” 8000 words.
Argosy (pulp) November 1947
Argosy, England
Saarmestadt, The Netherlands

"The Secret Place.” 6500 words
Toronto Star. 6-11-49

"The Secret Treasure.” 30,000-word novelette
Good Housekeeping. Feb 1971
Norsk Ukeblad, Norway

"Senorita Of Minnesota.” 5600 words
The Saturday Evening Post. 12-3-55
Dansk Familieblad, Denmark
Women’s Weekly, Australia
Lei, Italy

"Serpent In The Sun.” 5500 words.
Collier’s. 6-10-55
Argosy, England
Dupuis, Flemish rights
Katholeike Illustraert, The Netherlands

"Servant Of Satan"
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) September 1938.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"The Seventy-Fifth Baby.” 5000 words.
Woman’s Home Companion, March 1945 (under the pen-name C.H. Barnett)
Mother and Home Magazine, England
Scandinavian rights sold
Reprinted in book BABIES KEEP COMING, as by Cave, published 1947 by Whittlesey House

"The Ship Of God.” 35,000-word, 4-part serial.
Country Gentleman. June, July, Aug, Sept 1950
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia

"The Silent Horror.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 4-28-51
Argosy, England
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Australian Weekly, Australia
Columbia Broadcasting Sstem, for use on radio program ESCAPE. Used 8-22-51.

"The Silent Partner.” 2000 words.
The Sign. Jan 1954
Toronto Star, Canada
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.
Associated Newspapers, Australia

"Silence Is Not Always Golden.” 2000 words. As by Judy Case
Liguorian. April 1999

"The Sins Of The Fool"
Short Stories (pulp magazine) February 10, 1930.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection, THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"Situation In Hand.” 4500 words
Extension. July 1945

"Six Were Slain"
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) February 1938.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Sixgun Hellcats From Black River"
Risque Stories, October 1986. By Hugh B. Cave, Charles Hoffman & Marc Cerasini

"The Skeptic.” 2183 words.
The Urbanite, Dec 1993
Reprinted,1996, by Barnes & Noble in 100 TINY TALES OF TERROR
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection The Lady Wore Black And Other Weird Cat Tails published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

"Slam The Door.” 2000 words.
The Sign. Sept 1951
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"A Slight Official Error.” 5500 words.
The Elks Magazine. Publication date unknown, but after 1960.
Argosy, England, Feb. 1961

"Slow Boat To Danger.” 5500 words.
The Elks Magazine. Aug 1953
Toronto Star, Canada. 1-23-54
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Slow To Anger.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. 8-8-42
Pocket Book, Australia

"Small Town Girl.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Jan 1971

"A Smile From The Princess.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. 11-16-63

"Softly--With Feeling.” 1200 words
ThisWeek. 7-18-43
Tit Bits, England, as “Say It With Music”

"So Little Time.” 1500 words.
Family Herald & Weekly Star. 1-5-44
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. 11-12-44

"Sold Out.” 5000 words.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. July 1934

"Some Drift Forever.” 1300 words.
This Week. 3-7-43

"Some People Have Just Everything.” 1500 words
The Vincentian. Publication date unknown.

"Someone For David.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. Aug 1972
Women’s Weekly, Australia
My Weekly, Scotland
Sontags B.T., Denmark
Fair Lady, South Africa.
Reprinted in book A SUMMER ROMANCE AND OTHER STORIES, a collection of Cave’s Good Housekeeping stories published in 1980 by Longman Group Ltd. in England and Eichosha Pub Co. Ltd.in Japan.

"Something Big.” 1800 words.
The Sign. Aug 1950
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Something Else To Fix.” 1800 words.
Sacred Heart Messenger. Jan 1966
Woman’s Story, England

"Something To Live For.” 5500 words.
Real Confessions. May 1943

"Something Wonderful.” 1500 words.
Good Housekeeping. 1965, month unknown.

"The Song.” 1500 words.
The Sign. Feb 1948
Wife & Home Magazine, England
Farmer’s Weekly, South Africa
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, publication date unknown.

"Spawn Of Inferno"
Originally published in Weird Tales (pulp magazine) October 1932
Reprinted in Etchings & Odysseys #9
Reprinted, Fall 1970, in Startling Mystery Stories
Reprinted, 1984, in Japanese Weird Tales anthology.

"The Spectre In The Jungle.” 6000 words.
Cosmopolitan. Aug 1953
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Woman’s Day & Home, Australia
Plagiarized in Italy


"The Spectre In The Pool.” 4500 words.
Boys’ Life. May 1952
Boys Own Paper, England, Nov 1952
Reprinted in Braille in THE SEARCHLIGHT by New York Association for the blind.

"Spell Of A Stranger.” 6000 words.
Cosmopolitan. Jan 1960
Ude & Hjemme, Denmark
Alba, Italy
Television rights to General Electric Theater. Date of use unknown.

"Sportsman’s Paradise In Haiti.” 2000 words with photos by author.
Americas. July 1957

"The Squealer.” 5000 words.
The Sign. Nov 1949
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Star Performance.” 1800 words.
Southern Agriculturist. Oct 1947
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Stars In His Eyes.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. 5-4-63
Argosy, England
Katholieke Illustrerte, The Netherlands

"Step Softly, Sahib.” 5000 words.
Magic Carpet (pulp) Jan. 1933.
Reprinted 1998 by Black Dog Books in THE DEATH-HEADS’ MARCH AND OTHERS.

"Steve Takes A Hand.” 3500 words. (See “Gramp Takes a Hand”)
Detective Stoiry Magazine (pulp) Jan. 1944.
Reprinted 1944 by Gold Label Books in THE NEW MYSTERY COMPANION
Reprinted 1997 by Barnes & Noble (as “Gramp Takes a Hand”) in 100 SNEAKY LITTLE SLEUTH STORIES.

"The Stone Flower.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star. 1-15-49
Montreal La Patrie, Canada. In French.

"Stragella"
Strange Tales (pulp magazine) June 1932
Reprinted 1977 in Hugh B. Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, published by Carcosa.
Reprinted (date unknown) by Neo, France, in TROIS SEIGNEURS DE LA NUIT #2
Reprinted 1992 in MAMMOTH BOOK OF VAMPIRES, edited by Stephen Jones and published by Robinson, England.
Reprinted 1992 in WEIRD VAMPIRE TALES, published by Gramercy.
Reprinted 1994 in THE GIANT BOOK OF VAMPIRES, edited by Stephen Jones and published by Magpie Books Ltd., London.
Reprinted 1999 in VAMPIRE SLAYERS, published by Cumberland House.

"Strange Antidote.” 5000 words
Chatelaine, Canada. July 1933

"Strange Awakening.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 1-9-60
Sondags B.T., Denmark & Norway
Weekend, Australia
Reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S., and Alvin Redman, England.

"The Strange Case Of No. 7"
Ghost Stories (pulp magazine) January 1931.
Reprinted 1977 by Carcosa in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS.

"The Strange Death Of Ivan Gromleigh"
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) March 1937.
Reprinted 1977 by Carcosa in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS.

"A Stranger From Atlanta.” 3000 words.
100 ASTOUNDING LITTLE ALIEN STORIES. Barnes & Noble 1996

"Stranger, Go Home.” 5500 words.
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown.
Ude & Hjemme, Denmark
Woman’s Day, Australia

"A Stranger In Town.” 6000 words.
National Home Monthly, Canada. 1946, month not known.

"Stubborn Old Fool.” 5000 words.
Toronto Star. Publication date unknown. Probably 1953.

"Stubborn Woman.” 5500 words
Toronto Star. 8-22-59
Woman’s Journal, England
D.C.Thompson, England
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Hjemmet, Scandinavia

"A Summer Romance.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. July 1973
Woman’s Day, Australia
Woman’s Own, England
Republican Publications, South Africa.
Reprinted in book A SUMMER ROMANCE AND OTHER STORIES, a collection of Cave’s Good Housekeeping stories published in 1980 by Longman Group Ltd in England and Eichosha Pub Co, Ltd. in Japan.

"Summer Serenade.” Length unrecorded.
Good Housekeeping. July 1967.
Alba, Italy
Reprinted in book A SUMMER ROMANCE AND OTHER STORIES, a collection of Cave’s Good Housekeeping stories published in 1980 by Longman Group Ltd in England and Eichosha Pub Co, Ltd. in Japan.

"The Surangani Affair.” 14,000 words, revised to 6000.
Original novelette published in Short Stories (pulp).
Short version in Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, publication date unknown.

"Swamp Justice.” 5000 words.
Maclean’s, Canada. 10-1-48
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Swamp Terror. 3500 words.
This Week. 4-12-42
Boys Own Paper, England. August 1955
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden

"Table Tennis Tips.” 1700 words
Boys’ Life. Nov 1952
Reprinted in book READING ROUNDUP BOOK 1 by Dr. Paul Witty, published by D.C. Heath & Co., 1954.
Reprinted in book by Wm. H. Sadlier, title unknown, pub by D.C.Heath & Co., 1965

"Take A Chance, Johnny.” 1500 words.
The Lamp. Nov 1954
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Take Me, For Instance.” 3000 words
Argosy, England
Panorama, The Netherlands
Hjemmet, Scandinavia
Humo, Flemish rights
Whispers Magazine, U.S. Nov 1974
Reprinted in special issue of Canada’s Borderland Magazine honoring Hugh Cave done for 1987 World Fantasy Convention.
Rerinted in 100 CREEPY LITTLE CREATURE STORIES, published by Barnes & Noble, 1994.

"Take My Hand.” 2000 words.
The Sign. Sept 1948

"Take The Big Ones First!” from “The Fightin’est Ship”
Reprinted 1944 in Gilbert Cant’s THIS IS THE NAVY, by Penguin Books.

"Take To The Haitian By-Roads.” 2000 words with photos by author.
Americas. Jan 1957

"Teacher’s Pets.” 750 words.
365 Scary Stories. Barnes & Noble 1998?.

"Tempest In Paradise.” 4500 words.
Argosy, England. Publication date unknown.

"Tent-Town Democracy.” 1000 words with photos by author.
Buick Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Terror In The Temple.” 4000 words.
Boys’ Life. April 1957
Boys Own Paper, England

"Terror In The Town.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 4-25-59
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlandss
John Bull, England
Sondags B.T., Denmark and Norway
Weekend, Australia

"Terror Island"
Super Detective Stories (pulp magazine) June 1934.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Terror Mountain.” 5500 words.
The American Magazine. Aug 1953
Sondags B.T., The Netherlands
Australian Magazine, Australia
Reprinted as “The Mountains of Fear” in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England.

"The Test.” 1800 words.
Boys’ Life. April 1948
Reprinted in Braille by New York Association for the blind.
Boys Own Paper , England.

"Thank You, Mr. Joe.” 4500 words
Extension. Oct 1945

"Thanks For Everything.” 3500 words
The Elks Magazine. Oct 1947
Toronto Star, Canada, 12-25-54, as “The Hand of Kajo”
Boys Own Paper, England. April 1955 as “The Hand of Kajo”

"There Goes Henderson.” 1500 words
This Week. 11-7-43

"The Thin Flame Of Courage"
Top Notch Magazine (pulp magazine) October 1, 1931.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"The Thing From The Swamp"
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) Feb 1942.
Reprinted 1988 in HUGH CAVE’S THE CORPSE MAKER, edited by Sheldon Jaffery, published by Starmont.
Reprinted l997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"A Thing Of Beauty.” Length unknown.
St. Anthony Messenger. publication date unknown.
Women’s Weekly, Australia

"The Thirsty Thing"
Terror Tales (pulp magazine) January 1941.
The Scream Factory, Summer 1992
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection THE DOOR BELOW, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"This Is The Way We Bake Our Dead.” 10,000 words.
Dime Detective (pulp magazine). July 1943

"This Lasting Light.” 5000 words.
Short Stories (pulp magazine) 2-10-1945
Boston Sundaya Globe Magazine, publication date unknown.

"This Side Of The Wall.” 6000 words, also short-short version.
Toronto Star Weekly (long version) 2-13-65
Geillustreerde, The Netherlands (short versiosn)
Everybody’s, Australia (short version)

"Three A.M.” 2000 words.
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada. 2-14-45
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. 8-18-46

"Three’s A Family.” 5500 words
Good Housekeeping. Sept 1971
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Woman, England
Fair Lady, South Africa
Hjemmet, Norway
Republican Publications, South Africa, as “Prowler in the House”
Gioia, Italy

"Thunder Mug At Apamama"
Excerpt from “I Took the Sky Road”
Reprinted in THE UNITED STATES NAVY IN WORLD WAR II, published 1966 by William Morrow & Co., Inc.

"Time Of Truth.” 1500 words
Sacred Heart Messenger. publication date unknown.
Alle Kvinner, Norway

"Time Out For Love.” Length unknown.
Toronto Star Weekly. 9-10-66
D.C.Thompson, England

"To Save A Life.” 1500 words.
Sacred Heart Messenger. Publication date unknown.
Everywoman, England

"To The Point.” 1800 words. (Revision of "The Dart Game,” which see)
Tall Tales & Short Stories. Aug-Sept 1993
Reprinted in 100 CROOKED LITTLE CRIME STORIES, published 1994 by Barnes & Noble.

"To Trust In Andy.” 1800 words.
Good Housekeeping. April 1965
Woman’s Own, England
Alt for Damerne, Denmark & Norway
Published in France. Magazine and date unknown.
Reprinted in book AMERICAN CHARACTER AND CULTURE IN A CHANGING WORLD, published 1979 by Greenwood Press.

"Tomb For The Living"
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) June 1937.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection, DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"Tomorrow’s Hymn.” 1200 words.
Sir. Jan 1943

"Tomorrow Is Forever.” 1500 words.
Adventure (pulp magazine), Sept. 1943
The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, publication date unknown.
Reprinted 1997 by Carcosa in Hugh B. Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS.
Reprinted 1997 by Barnes & Noble in 100 FIENDISH LITTLE FRIGHTMARES.

"The Too Proper Young Man.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 1-5-57
Sondags B.T., Denmark
John Bull, England
Arabic rights to Aalam, country or countries unknown
Gioia, Italy

"Tortuga: Pirate Paradise.” Length unknown.
Travel Magazine, with photos. May 1928.

"Total Reality.” 3000 words.
The Urbanite. No. 9, November 1997.

"A Touch Of Integrity.” 5500 words.
Extension. March 1948

"A Touch Of Magic. 1800 words.
The Elks Magazine. Oct 1974
New Reveille, England
Reprinted 1997 by Barnes & Noble in 100 SNEAKY LITTLE SLEUTH STORIES..

"The Tougher They Are.” Length not recorded.
The Canadian Magazine, Canada. Aug 1935

"The Trail To Everywhere.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star. 3-31-56
Pocket Book, Australia

"Trapped. ” 1500 words.
Sacred Heart Messenger. Sept 1955
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Trapped In The Tomb.” 5000 words.
Boys’ Life. Sept 1953
Reprinted in Braille in THE SEARCHLIGHT by New York Asociation for the Blind Boys Own Paper, England

"The Treasure.” 2300 words.
Short Stories (pulp)
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, publication date unknown.

"The Treasure Box.” 1800 words.
The Sign. July 1955
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Treasure Deep.” 4000 words.
Boys’ Life. June 1950
Permission granted U.S. State Dept. to reprint in “local” periodicals in Bad Nauheim, Germany, Sept 22, 1951
Boys Own Paper, England
Reprinted in book TEEN-AGE UNDERWATER ADVENTURES, published 1962 by Lantern Press.
Reprinted in book FINDERS KEEPERS, published 1969 by William Morrow & Co.

"A Tree Is For Growing.” 1500 words
Woman’s Day, Australia

"Troubled Waters.” 3500 words.
Boys’ Life. Nov 1957

"The Troublesome Taxi.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 3-31-51
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
Reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian short stories published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S. and Alvin Redman, England.

"Two Make A Team.” 4000 words.
Short Stories (pulp magazine) 2-25-47.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, publication date unknown.

"Two Small Feet.” 1800 words.
Gioia, Italy
French & Swiss serial rights. Magazines and dates unknown.

"Two Very Special People.” 5500 words
Good Housekeeping April 1970
Reprinted in book A SUMMER ROMANCE AND OTHER STORIES, a collection of Cave’s Good Housekeeping stories published in 1980 by Longman Group Ltd in England and Eichosha Pub Co Ltd in Japan.

"Two Were Left.” 1000 words.
The American Magazine. June 1942
Used in book WRITERS: TRY SHORT SHORTS by Mildred Reid, published by Bellevue, date unknown.
Used in anthology ERZAHLER VON DRUBEN II (“Story Tellers from Over There”) published 1949 & 1958 by Limes of Wiesbaden, Germany.
Used in book TEEN AGE TALES #2, published 1952 by D.C. Heath.
Practical English ( published by Scholastic Magazine) 1-19-55
Toronto Star, Canada
Junior Scholastic. 3-2-55
Boys Own Paper, England
Ahlen & Akerlund, Sweden
Senior Scholastic. 3-8-56
Used in Purdue University Developmental Reading Program (reading films for high school students) 1957
Used in paperback book SHORT SHORTS, published by Teen Age Book Club sponsored by Scholastic Magazine. 1958
Used in book PROSE AND POETRY JOURNEYS 5th edition, published by L.W.Singer Co. 1958
Summertime Magazine, published by Scholastic Mags. 1958
Senior Scholastic. Nov 1958
Used in book LIVING LANGUAGE, Grade 8, published by Harcourt Brace, 1962
Used as “Marooned on an Island” in book ADVENTURES FOR TODAY, published (date unknown) by Harcourt Brace.
Used in book ALL KINDS OF COURAGE by Sidonie Greenberg, published by Doubleday 1962
Junior Scholastic 1961
Newstime Magazine, published by Scholastic Magazines. Feb. 14, 1962
Used in book READING SKILLS: A TRAINING PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS,
published by Thomas Y. Crowell Co. 1955
Used in Workbook 8 to accompany EXPLORATION THROUGH READING, published by Ginn & Co. 1965
Used in book VANGUARD #1 (textbook for high schools) published by Scott Foresman 1967
Used in book READING & WRITING WORKSHOP, published by Harcourt Brace 1968
Used in book AT YOUR OWN RISK, published by Holt Rinehart Winston with recording of same. 1968
Used in book NEW WORLDS AHEAD, published by Harcourt Brace 1969
Used in book VOICES IN LITERATURE, LANGUAGE AND COMPOSITION, published by Ginn & Co. 1972
Used in book YOUNG AMERICA BASIC6 READING PROGRAM, published by Lyons & Carnahan Pub Co. 1972
Used in RECORD TEACHING GUIDE, by Ginn & Co. 1972
Used in book KEYS TO READING, SIXTH READER published by The Economy Company 1972
Children’s Digest, published by Parent’s Magazine, June 1972
Used in book POSSIBILITIES, published by Scholastic, Inc. 1973
Used in book THE CREATIVE WORD II, published by Random House 1973
Used in book DIALOGUES, published by Macmillan U.S. & England 1975
Used in book LEVEL 33 PRIMER, published by Macmillan 1975
Used in book (title unknown) by Wm. H. Sadlier, published by D.C.Heath 1975
Used in book LINKS TO FORCEFUL WRITING by Anne Obenchain, privately printed 1976
Used in book SPIRAL READING PROGRAM, published by Research for Better
Schools, Inc. 1976-77
Used in book HOLT BASIC READER SYSTEM, published by Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1977
Used in book A SENSE OF VALUES, published by Hawaii Education Dept. 1977
Used in book READING LABORATORY 11C, published by Science Research Association Inc. 1978
Used in book GRADE 7, LANGUAGE FOR MEANING, published by Houghton Mifflin 1978
Used in book PATTERNS, published by Houghton Mifflin 1978
Used in book SCOPE ENGLISH SERIES, published by Scholastic 1979
Used in book VOCABULARY SKILLS, published by McDougal, Littell & Co. 1979
Used in book IMPACT, published by Holt, Rinehart & Winston 1979
Used by The Republic of the Philippines in a schoolbook program. 1981
Used in book AIMING HIGH, published by Amsco School Publications 1982
Used in book STRATEGIES FOR READING, published by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1984
Used in book READING DIAGNOSIS FOR TEACHERS, published by Longman 1985
Used in book NEW DIRECTIONS IN READING, published by Houghton Mifflin 1985
Used in Braille by Manitoba, Canada, Department of Education 1985
Used in “LANGUAGE ARTS PRACTICE TESTS” by Calgary, Canada, Board of Education 1986
Used in book NEW WAVES ENGLISH READINGS IIB, published by Tokyo Shoseki Company, Japan, 1987 etc.
Used in Language Arts Program by Houghton Mifflin 1988
Used in book AN ANTHOLOGY FOR ENGLISH LEARNING, published by Am Oved, Israel 1988
Used in book THE CENTER FOR LEARNING. publisher unknown. 1990
Used in book DARTTS, published by Riverside Publishing Co. 1991
Used in complicated testing & textbooks, published by McGraw Hill 1991
Used in book TEST OF ADULT BASIC EDUCATION, published by Macmillan-McGraw Hill 1993
Used in chapbook CHOICES, published by Salt Lake City School District 1995 Used in computer software program by NTC/Contemporary Pub Co. Lincolnwood, IL 1998-1999
Used in reading assessment test by New Castle, Delaware, School District 1998
Used by NTC Publishing Co. 1999
Used by Metritech, Inc., in reading comprehension test for IL State Board of Education, 1999.
Used by Center For Learning in book ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS. 2000
Used by McDougal Littell in book BRIDGES TO LITERATURE. 2002.

"Unapproachable Woman.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 2-4-50
World Magazine and Newspaper rights sold to Editors Press Service

"Unfinished Journey.” 750 words.
365 SCARY STORIES. Barnes & Noble. 1998?

"Unholy Night"
Dime Mystery Magazine (pulp magazine) April, 1934.
Reprinted 1995 in Cave collection DEATH STALKS THE NIGHT, published by Fedogan & Bremer.

"The Unwanted.” 4000 words.
Boy’s Life. April 1962
In Chapbook READING ROUND TABLE containing 2 stories, “The Unwanted and Peril in the Gorge” by Hugh B. Cave, published by The American Book Company. Date unrecorded.
Boys Own Paper, England

"The Unwelcome Tourists.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 1-5-57
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Reprinted in the “new” Saturday Evening Post in 1994, month unknown.

"The Use Of Background.” 2000 words
The Writer. Aug 1957

"Valley Of The Drums.” 5500 words
Extension. June, 1960.

"Vanishing Point.” 6000 words.
First used in Don Hutchison’s NORTHERN FRIGHTS 2 anthology, published 1994 by Mosaic Press, Canada.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection, THE DOOR BELOW, published 1997 by Fedogan & Bremer. .
Reprinted 1999 by Barnes & Noble in MURDER MOST SCOTTISH.

"Vengeance Island.” 6000 words.
Argosy (pulp magazine) August 1953
Associated Newspapers, Australia

"A Very Vital Statistic.” 1800 words.
Reveille, England.
Published in Italy, magazine and date unknown

"Voice Of The Drums.” 3000 words.
The Sign. June 1954
Associated Newspapers, Australia
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.
Toronto Star, Canada 10-16-54

"Voodoo Village.” 4500 words.
Boys’ Life. June 1959
Boys Own Paper, England

"The Wailing Waters.” 4000 words
Boys’ Life. Feb 1960
Boys Own Paper, England
Reprinted in BOYS’ LIFE BOOK OF MYSTERY STORIES, published 1963 by Random House.

"Wake Up, Mr. Bardwell.” 5500 words.
Good Housekeeping. April 1962
Everywoman, England
Mortensen, Norway
Spaarnestadt, The Netherlands
Aret Runt, Sweden
Femina, Denmark
Femina, Germany
Mondadori, Italy

"A Walk In The River.” 6000 words.
Toronto Star. 10-12-63

"A Walk To The City.” Length not recorded.
Americas, April 1957

"Warm Hearts Share Their Glow.” 1200 words
Your Life. April 1947

"The Warning On The Wall.” 6000 words.
American Boy. Nov 1932

"The Watcher In The Green Room"
Weird Tales (pulp magazine) Sept, 1933.
Reprinted in TERROR BY NIGHT by Selwyn Blount, England, 1930s.
Reprinted in NOT AT NIGHT OMNIBUS, Selwyn Blount, England. 1930s.
Reprinted 1977 by Carcosa in Cave collection MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS.
Reprinted 1991 by Marboro Books in NIGHTMARE.

"Water Girl.” 1000 words
London Evening News. Publication date unknown.
Reprinted in Hugh B. Cave collection THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TALES published 2000 by Ash Tree Press.

"Wave Of Terror.” 6000 words.
Country Gentleman. March 1954
Australian Magazine, Australia

"The Way Back.” 6000 words.
Country Gentleman. Jan 11951
Sydney Herald, Australia

"Weddding In Haiti.” 5000 words.
The American Magazine. April 1952

"The Wedding Of Jennifer.” 6000 words.
Good Housekeeping Oct 1973
Republican Publications, South Africa
Reprinted in book A SUMMER ROMANCE AND OTHER STORIES, a collection
of Cave’s Good Housekeeping stories published in 1980 by Longman Group Ltd in England and Eichosha Pub Co Ltd. in Japan.

"Well, Anyway, It’s Almost Home.” 4000 words
Extension. Jan 1946

"The Well-Planned Trip.” 1200 words
Sacred Heart Messenger. Publication date unknown.
Woman’s Day, Australia

"What Can We Do With Mother?” 1800 words.
Home Life. Publication date unknown.
D.C.Thompson, England

"What Every Young Woman Should Know--About Fishing.” 1200 words
Family Circle. May 1948

"What Have You Been Reading Lately, Mr. Follansbee?” 1500 words
Sacred Heart Messenger. July 1965

"What Say The Frogs Now, Jenny?” 3000 words.
WHISPERS IV anthology, published 1983 in hardcover by Doubleday, 1988 in paperback by Jove.
Reprinted 1994 in MORE DIXIE GHOSTS anthology, by Rutledge Hill Press.
Reprinted 1996 by Barnes & Noble in 100 TINY TALES OF TERROR.

"When The Real Thing Comes Along.” 5000 words.
Good Housekeeping. 1965. Month unknown.
Home Journal, Australia
Sondags B.T., Denmark
Woman & Home, England
Libelle, The Netherlandss
Kvinner & Klaer, Norway
Mondadori, Italy
Nou, South Africa

"The Whisperers"
Spicy Mystery Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) April 1942
Reprinted 1977 by Carcosa in Cave collection, MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS.
Reprinted 1994 by Robinson (England) and Carroll & Graff (U.S.) in THE MAMMOTH BOOK OF WEREWOLVES.

"White Lightning.” 4300 words.
The Elks Magazine. Jan 1948
Everybody’s Digest. Publication date unknown.

"A White Man Dies"
Short Stories (pulp magazine) May 25, 1930.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection, THE DAGGER OF TSIANG, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"White Star Of Egypt” (by Justin Case)
Spicy Adventure Stories (pulp) November 1942
Reprinted 1999 in booklet WHITE STAR OF EGYPT, published 1999 by Black Dog Books.

"White Water Challenge.” 1800 words.
Short Stories (pulp magazine) 6-10-46.
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine, publication date unknown.

"White Water Run"
Western Story Magazine (pulp) 2-14-1942
Reprinted 1998 by Don Hutchison in THE SCARLET RIDERS (Canadian anthology).

"Who’ll Wear My Roses?” 4500 words.
Toronto Star. 1-30-43

"Why Did You Do It?” 1500 words.
This Week. 2-20-44
Mother and Home, England

"Why Pete Came Back Home.” 1500 words.
This Week. 4-1-45
Toronto Star, Canada. 9-15-45

"The Wicked Wolves.” 5500 words.
Sold to Collier’s but the magazine folded.
Printed as “Perilous Journey” in Cave collection of West Indian stories, THE WITCHING LANDS published 1963 by Doubleday.

"The Widow Wears Scarlet"
Spicy Detective Stories (pulp magazine) (as by Justin Case) October 1940.
Reprinted 1997 in Cave collection ESCAPADES OF THE EEL, published by Tattered Pages Press.

"The Wild One.” 5500 words.
Ladies Home Journal. May 1961
Hjemmet, Scandinavia
Katholeike Illustrert, The Netherlands
She, England
Reprinted in THE WITCHING LANDS, a collection of Cave’s West Indian stories
published 1962 by Doubleday, U.S., and Alvin Redman, England.
Expanded into novel length as CONQUERING KILMARNIE, published by MacMillan.

"Wild Ride.” 5500 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 5-17-58
John Bull, England
Spaarnestadt, Belgium, France, The Netherlands
Arabian rights to Al Alam

"The Wink.” 2000 words.
First published as “The Ladies of Cantwell” in Women’s Weekly, Australia. Date unknown
Reprinted 1996 by Barnes & Noble, as “The Wink”, in 100 SNEAKY LITTLE SLEUTH STORIES.

"Wire--Special Delivery.” 1500 words.
Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada. 3-14-45
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. 4-21-46

"With Love.” 800 words
The Sign. May 1949
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"With This Ring.” 2500 words.
Toronto Star. 4-1-44

"The Woman At Fog Point.” 5000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 10-16-54
Ford Theater Television.
Dansk Familieblad, Denmark
Argosy, England
Rizzoli, Italy

"The Woman At The Pond.”
Mike Shayne Mystery Magazine. January 1965
Reprinted 1998 by Barnes & Noble in 100 MENACING LITTLE MURDER STORIES.

"The Woman He Wanted.” 5000 words.
Woman’s Day, Australia

"The Woman At The Shrine.” 5000 words.
Redbook. Feb 1957
Mondadori, Italy
Weekend, Australia

"The Woman Who Wouldn’t Run.” 6000 words.
The Saturday Evening Post. 10-22-49
World rights sold to Editors Press Service
Columbia Broadcasting System for radio use on Romance.

"Women Must Wait.” 1800 words.
This Week. 10-20-46
Toronto Star, Canada. 2-22-47
Home Companion, England
Used in book WRITE THE SHORT SHORT by Maren Elwood, published by The Writer, Inc. publication date unknown.

"Word From Davey.” 2000 words.
Western Family Magazine. 7-22-43

"Worth Fighting For.” 4000 words.
Boys’ Life. April 1944
Reprinted in book STORIES BOYS LIKE BEST: THE BOY SCOUTS’ YEAR BOOK, edited by Franklin K. Mathiews, published 1945 by D. Appleton-Century Co.
Reprinted in book THE BOYS’ LIFE BOOK OF WORLD WAR II STORIES, published 1965 by Random House.

"The Yellow Horde.” 5000 words. (by Justin Case)
Spicy Adventure Stories (pulp) July 1936.
Reprinted 1999 by Black Dog Books in booklet, WHITE STAR OF EGYPT.

"You Could Hold My Hand.” 1500 words.
Canada Wide Feature Service Ltd. (Montreal Standard) publication date unknown.

"Your Debt To The Reader.” 2000 words.
The Writer. Dec 1953

"Your Land, My Land.” 3000 words
St. Joseph Magazine. Feb 1947
The Boston Sunday Globe Magazine. Publication date unknown.

"Your Missing Boy May Yet Return.” 2000 words
Extension. Dec 1945

"You’re Likely To End Up Married.” Length unrecorded.
Woman, England
Madre, Italy

"Youth Song.” 6500 words
Extension. Oct 1947

BOSTON GLOBE NEWSPAPER
(Copyright data unknown)

"Retribution.” High School Short Story Competition. Honorable Mention
1925 or 1926.
"Great And Small.” Ditto. Honorable Mention. 1926 or 1927.

REPRINTS IN THE BOSTON SUNDAY GLOBE MAGAZINE
1931-1938. (Listed chronologically)
(This list from Tom Roberts. These stories perhaps available on microfilm.)
"Hypocrite House”; June 28, 1931 (first appeared in Short Stories 2/25/31; Tsiang House)

"The Green Eyes Of Confucius”; Aug. 9, 1931 (first appeared in Short Stories 8/10/30; Tsiang House)

"Cry Wolf!”; Sep. 13, 1931 (first appeared in Short Stories 3/10/30; Tsiang House)

"A White Man Dies”; Oct. 4, 1931 (first appeared in Short Stories 5/25/30; Tsiang House)

"The Sins Of The Fool”; Nov. 22, 1931 (first appeared in Short Stories 2/20/30; Tsiang House)

"The Shadow Of Tsiang”; Nov. 29, 1931 (first appeared in Short Stories 10/25/29; Tsiang House)

"The Stinging 'Nting”; Oct. 23, 1932 (first appeared in Far East Adv. Stories 9/31; South Seas adventure)

“Hell Hole Hate”; Nov. 6, 1932 (first appeared in Short Stories 9/25/31; Borneo adventure)

“Three Doomed Men”; Nov. 20, 1932 (first appeared in Triple X 1/31; Borneo adventure)

“The Thirty Swords”; Nov. 27, 1932 (first appeared in Short Stories 5/10/31; Borneo adventure))

“The Spider of Kuching”; Dec. 11, 1932 (first appeared in Short Stories 12/25/30; Borneo adventure))

“The Fool Fetish”; Dec. 18, 1932 (first appeared in Popular Fiction Magazine 3/32; Borneo adventure)

“Kuching Cunning”; Apr. 9, 1933 (first appeared in Far East Adv. Stories 7/31; Borneo adventure)

“Texas Bred”; Apr. 16, 1933 (first appeared in Popular Fiction Magazine 12/31)

“The Flaming Skull”; Apr. 30, 1933 (first appeared in Popular Fiction Magazine 11/31; Borneo adventure)

“Ten Paces”; Jul. 30, 1933 (first appeared in Short Stories 8/25/30; Borneo adventure)

“Hamadryad”; Oct. 1, 1933 (first appeared in Short Stories 6/25/30; Borneo adventure)

“Fever Laugh”; Nov. 5, 1933 (first appeared in Man Stories 3-4/31; Borneo adventure)

“The Evil Eye”; Jan. 24, 1937 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 2/34)

“Sold Out”; Feb. 14, 1937 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 7/34)

“Might of Men”; Apr. 11, 1937 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 10/33)

“Scarecrow in Scarlet”; May 23, 1937 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 1/34)

“Strange Antidote”; May 30, 1937 (first appeared in Chatelaine 7/33)

“Red”; Jul. 11, 1937 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 4/34; Tsiang House)

“Road Map”; Aug. 15, 1937 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 7/33)

“The Red Roundup”; Oct. 17, 1937 (This should probably be "The Red Road Up" which first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 8/34 as by Geoffrey Vace; Tsiang House)

“Big Guy”; Oct. 31, 1937 (first appeared in The National Home Monthly (Canadian) 10/34)

“Fool Woman”; Nov. 14, 1937

“Improper Lady”; Nov. 21, 1937 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 5/32)

“Night Wind”; Nov. 28, 1937 (first appeared in Chatelaine 3/34)

“The Last Guess”; Jan. 16, 1938

“Prelude to a Love Affair”; Feb. 27, 1938 (first appeared in The Canadian Magazine 6/33)

Reprints of Cave stories in Boston Sunday Globe Magazine (alphabetically)

“All American.” 9-5-50 from The Sign.
“All the Answers.” 1947 or 1948, exact date unknown, from The Sign.
“All Through the Night.” 1954 or 1955 from Christian Herald.
“The Answer.” 1-19-47 from The Sign.
“The Beaten Path.” Date unknown, from Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
“Big People.” Date unknown, from Family Circle.
“The Bribe.” 4-2-44, from Short Stories
“Dangerous Passenger.” Date unknown, from Extension.
“Day of Decision.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
“The Exile.” Date unknown, from Extension.
“The Flame.” (novelette). Date unknown, from Short Stories.
“The Fortune Hunter.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
“Free Frenchman.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
“The Girl from Toronto.” Date unknown, from Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
“Give ’Em a Little Corn.” Date unknown, from Elks Magazine.
“Goblins on the Hearth.” April 1957, from The Sign.
“The Golden Bird.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
“Goodbye Katie.” Date unknown, from The Sign
“Goodnight Sweetheart.” Date unknown, from Christian Herald.
“The Heavenly Fire.” Date unknown, from Southern Agriculturist.
“Hell on the Half Shell.” Date unknown, from The Elks Magazine.
“Hideout.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"Hour Of Violence.” Date unknown, from The Elks Magazine.
"Isle Of No Escape.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"It’s The Fight.” Date unknown, from The Elks Magazine.
"The Key.” Date unknown, from Maclean’s Magazine, Canada.
"The Kweilin Express.” Date unknown, from Family Circle.
"Lady’s Luck.” 8-11-46, from Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
"The Last Word.” Date unknown, from Southern Agriculturist.
"Light In Darkness.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"The Lonesome Road.” Date unknown, from Holland’Äôs Magazine.
"Look At Me.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"A Man’s Mark.” 8-1-43, from Short Stories.
"Mission At Dawn.” Date unknown, from Southern Agriculturist.
"Mountain Girl.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"Mountain Magic.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"Number One Magic.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"One Eye Blind.” Date unknown, from Messenger of the Sacred Heart.
"One Man’s River.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"Optical Illusion.” Date unknown, from Victorian.
"The Pied Piper Of Asangai.” Date unknown, from Christian Herald.
"Prussian Lullaby.” 6-18-44, from Sir Magazine.
"Rendezvous At The River.” Date unknown, from Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
"The Silent Partner.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"Slam The Door.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"Slow Boat To Danger.” Date unknown, from The Elks Magazine.
"So Little Time.” 11-12-44, from Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
"Something Big.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"The Song.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"The Squealer.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"Star Performaance.” Date unknown, from Southern Agriculturist.
"The Surangani Affair.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"Swamp Justice.” Date unknown, from MacLean’s, Canada.
"Take A Chance, Johnny.” Date unknown, from The Lamp.
"This Lasting Light.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"Three A.M.” 8-18-46, from Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
"Tomorrow Is Forever.” Date unknown, from Adventure.
"Trapped.” Date unknown, from Messenger of the Sacred Heart.
"The Treasure.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"The Treasure Box.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"Two Make A Team.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"Voice Of The Drums.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"White Water Challenge.” Date unknown, from Short Stories.
"Wire--Special Delivery.” 4-21-46, from Family Herald & Weekly Star, Canada.
"With Love.” Date unknown, from The Sign.
"Your Land, My Land.” Date unknown, from St. Joseph Magazine.

ORIGINAL (NOT REPRINT) STORIES IN ANTHOLOGIES

" Red Devils” in Psycho-Paths 1991
"The Mountains Of Time” in GhostTide 1993
"Always Together” in Death 1982
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.
"The Blade And The Claw” in Lovecraft's Legacy 1990
"To Chicago” in World Fantasy Convention Program Book 1983
"Another Kind Of Enchanted Cottage” in Journeys to the Twilight Zone 1993 (Also in Czech anthology)
(Reprinted 1997 in The Door Below)
"Genesis II” in The Earth Strikes Back 1994
"Vanishing Point” in Northern Frights 2 (Reprinted 1997 in The Door Below)
"Gordie's Pets” in Journeys to the Twilight Zone II 1994
(Reprinted 1997 in The Door Below)
Reprinted 2000 in THE LADY WORE BLACK AND OTHER WEIRD CAT TAILS, published by Ash Tree Press.
"Mission To Margal” in Mammoth Book of Zombies 1993
"Nights In The Mountains Of Haiti” in Werewolves 1995
"The Law” in 100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories 1995
"First Love” in 100 Vicious Little Vampire Stories 1995
"A Dying At Blackwater” in Ancient Enchantresses 1995
"Just Another H.P.L. Horror Story” in Dark Voices VI 1994
(Reprinted 1997 in The Door Below)
"Don’t Open The Door” in Fred Olen Ray’s Weird Menace 1994
(Reprinted 1997 in The Door Below)
"The Kutting Edge” in Fred Olen Ray’s Weird Menace (as by Justin Case) 1994
"Nights In The Mountains Of Haiti” in Werewolves 1995
"Stranger From Atlanta” in 100 Astounding Little Alien Stories 1996
"Teacher’s Pets” in 365 Scary Stories 1996
"Unfinished Journey” in 365 Scary Stories 1996
"One Way” in 365 Scary Stories 1996
"Encore” in 365 Scary Stories 1996
"Green Fingers” in 365 Scary Stories 1996
"Haitian Mystères” in Dancing With The Dark (Gollancz, England) 1997
"The Coming” in Dark Dixie Anthology, Marietta Publishing, 1997
"The Second Time Around” in Mammoth Book of Dracula, 1997
"Noble Warrior” in World Fantasy Convention program book. 1997
"Encore,” “"Green Fingers,” “One Way,” “Teacher’s Pets,” and “Unfinished Journey” (5 stories) in Horrors! 365 Scary Stories, Barnes & Noble 1998
"A Voice In The Wild” in Northern Frights 5. 1999
"The Govi” in New Mythos Legends. Marietta Publishing 1999
"Lady From Hell” in Imagination Fully Dilated. IFD Publishing, 2000.
"Joey” in Crafty Cat Crimes (100 Tiny Cat Tale Mysteries) Aug. 2000.
Introduction to Ghost Story anthology “Phantom Perfumes & Other
Stories”. Ash Tree Press. 2000
"Zombies” in October Dreams: A Celebration of Halloween. Cemetery
Dance Publications. 2000
"Littler” in Shadows and Silence. Ash Tree Press. 2001
"Mighty In Battle” in Tooth & Claw. Due out in 2001 from Garrett Peck and Jesus Gonzales.

Short Stories Printed or Reprinted in Anthologies, Schoolbooks, etc. (List incomplete.) Presented more or less chronologically. Does not include stories reprinted in any of the several collections of my stories, such as MURGUNSTRUMM AND OTHERS, or re-used on the Internet.

"The Watcher In The Green Room."
Terror By Night. Selwyn Blount , England. No date. Probably 1930s.

"The Cult Of The White Ape."
Keep On the Light. Selwyn Blount, England. No date. Probably 1930s.

"The Watcher In The Green Room."
Not at Night Omnibus, Selwyn Blount, England. No date. Probably 1930s.

"Confessions Of A Vanity Publisher's Assistant."
Pathways to Print. Medill School of Journalism. Date unknown. Probably 1930s.

"Big Guy"
Reading With Clues. Benj H. Sanborn & Co . 1940

"Take The Big Ones First"
“Long Was the Night.”
This is the Navy. Penguin Books. 1944

"Steve Takes A Hand."
Second Mystery Companion. Gold Label Books. 1944

"Worth Fighting For."
Stories Boys Like Best. Appleton-Century. 1945

"Women Must Wait."
Write the Short Short. The Writer. 1947

"Beyond Price."
Short Stories of Our Times. Houghton Mifflin. 1950

"Two Were Left."
Teen-Age Tales #2. D.C.Heath. 1952

"Girl Shy."
When Boy Dates Girl. Random House. 1956

"Extra Girl."
Girls, Girls, Girls. Franklin Watts, Inc. 1956

"Two Were Left."
Best Short Shorts. Tab Books Inc. 1958

"Extra Girl."
Teen-Age Tales Book A. D.C.Heath. 1959

"Extra Girl."
High School Reading Book 1. American Book Co. 1961

"Worth Fighting For."
Boy's Life Book of World War II Stories. Random House. 1965

"Thunder Mug At Apamama"
"Kula Gulf"
"First Strike On Iwo"
The U.S. Navy in World War II. Wm Morrow & Co. 1966

"Two Were Left."
Writers: Try Short Shorts. Bellevue. Date unknown.

"Two Were Left."
New Worlds Ahead. Harcourt Brace. 1969

"Treasure Deep."
Finders Keepers. Morrow. 1969

"The Unwanted.”
Reading Round Table. American Book Co. Date unknown

"Peril In The Gorge."
Reading Round Table. American Book Co. Date unknown.

"The 75th Baby."
Babies Keep Coming. Whittlesey House. 1947

"The Catbird Nest."
Hitchcock anthology. Name, date, publisher unknown

“Beyond Price.”
Literature of the American People. Prentiss Hall. Date unknown

“Two Were Left.”
Erzahler von Druben II (“Story Tellers from Over There” Limes at Wiesbaden, Germany. 1949 & 1958

“The Mission.”
Saturday Eve Post Stories 1959. Doubleday. 1959

“Two Were Left.”
Vanguard #1. Scott Foresman. 1967

"Beyond Price.”
A World of Experience. American Book Co. 1963

"Treasure Deep."
Teen-age Underwater Adventures. Lantern Press. 1962

"Two Were Left.”
All Kinds of Courage. Doubleday. 1962

"The Phantom Moth."
"Peril In The Gorge"
"The Wailing Waters"
All in Boys Life Book of Mystery Stories. Random House. 1963

"Two Were Left."
Prose and Poetry Journeys, 5th Edition. Singer Pub Co. 1958

"The Phantom Moth."
Prose and Poetry Joureys, 5th Edition. Singer Pub Co. 1958

"Two Were Left.”
Reading Skills. Thomas Y. Crowell Co. 1955

"I Saw The Helena Go Down."
S.E.Post World War II Stories. Publisher and date unknown

"Two Were Left."
Exploration Thru Reading. Ginn & Co. 1965

"Two Were Left."
Vanguard #2. Scott Foresman. Date unknown

"Two Were Left."
Reading/Writing Workshop. Harcourt Brace. 1968

"Two Were Left."
At Your Own Risk. Holt Rinehart. 1968

"Peril At The Bridge."
Book title unknown. Allyn & Bacon. Date unknown

"The Mission."
Dreamers of Dreams. Noble & Noble. Date unknown

"Two Were Left."
Voices in Literature, Language and Composition. Ginn & Co. 1972

"Two Were Left."
Young America Basic Reading Program. Lyons & Carnahan. 1972

"Two Were Left.”
Keys to Reading-Sixth Reader. Economy Co. 1972

"Two Were Left."
The Creative Word II. Random House. 1973

"Two Were Left."
Possibilities. Scholastic. 1973

"Girl Shy."
Live Stories. NY Board of Ed. Date unknown

"Two Were Left."
Level 33 Primer. Macmillan. 1975

"Marooned On An Island. (Actually Two Were Left)"
Adventures for Today. Harcourt. Date unknown

"Table Tennis Tips."
Reading Roundup Book 1. D.C.Heath. 1954.
Book by Wm H. Sadlier. D.C.Heath. 1965

"Two Were Left."
Dialogues. Macmillan U.S.& Eng. 1975

"Two Were Left."
Links to Forceful Writing. Anne Obenchain (private printing). 1976

"Two Were Left."
Spiral Reading Program. Research for Better Schools, Inc. 1976

"Two Were Left."
Reading Laboratory 11C. Science Research Assoc. Inc. 1978

“Ladies in Waiting.”
Whispers I. Doubleday. 1977

“Two Were Left.”
Holt Basic Reader System. Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 1977

"Two Were Left."
A Sense of Values. Hawaii Education Dept. 1977

"Cult Of The White Ape."
“Rivals of King Kong.” Corgi. England & Germany. 1978

"Two Were Left."
Grade 7 Language for Meaning. Houghton Mifflin. 1978

"Two Were Left."
Scope English Series. Scholastic. 1979

"To Trust In Andy."
American Character & Culture. Greenwood. 1979

"Two Were Left."
Vocabulary Skills. McDougal Littell & Co. 1979

“From the Lower Deep.”
Whispers II. Doubleday. 1979

"From The Lower Deep."
Year's Best Horror VIII. DAW. 1980

“Two Were Left.”
Aiming High. Amsco School Pubs. 1982

“Two Were Left.”
School Book Program. Republic of Philippines. 1981

“Two Were Left.”
Impact. Holt, Rinehart & Winston. 19 79

"Two Were Left."
Patterns. Houghton Mifflin. 1978

"Two Were Left."
Strategies for Reading. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. 1984

“The Door Below.”
Whispers III. Doubleday. 1981

“What Say the Frogs Now Jenny?”
Whispers IV. Doubleday. 1983

“Two Were Left.”
Reading Diagnosis for Teachers. Longman. 1985

“Two Were Left.”
New Directions in Reading. Houghton-Mifflin. 1985

"Two Were Left."
Manitoba Dept of Ed. Braille etc. 1985

"Footprints In Perdu."
Whispers V. Doubleday. 1985

"Death Tolls The Bell."
Selected Tales of Grim & Grue. Bowling Green Popular Press. 1987

"Two Were Left."
Language Arts Program. Houghton-Mifflin. 1988

"Two Were Left."
New Wave English Readings. Tokyo Shosoeki, Japan. 1988, 89, 90

"The Mission."
Currents in Fiction. Macmillan. 1968

“Brotherhood of Blood.”
Weird Tales. Doubleday Book Club. 1988

“A Place of No Return.”
Best Horror from Fantasy Tales. Robinson, England; Carroll & Graff, U.S. 1988-90

“Appointment with Yesterday.”
Tales from Alfred Hitchcock. Wm Morrow. 1988

"Ladies In Waiting."
I Shudder at Your Touch. ROC. 1990

“In the Dragon's Lair.”
It's Raining Corpses in Chinatown. Starmont. 1991

“Spawn of Inferno.”
Weird Tales Anthology. Japan. 1984

“After the Funeral.”
Masters of Darkness III. Tor. 1991

“After the Funeral.”
Complete Masters of Darkness. Underwood Miller. 1991

“Two Were Left.”
Book title unknown. Am Oved, Israel. 1988

“Two Were Left.”
The Center for Learning. Publisher unknown. 1990

“Imp of Satan.”
Rivals of Weird Tales. Bonanza Books. 1990

“Two Were Left.”
DARTTS. Riverside Pub Co. 1991

“Two Were Left.”
Complicated use in testing & textbooks. McGraw Hill. 1990-91

“Murgunstrumm.”
Mammoth Book of Terror. Robinson (England) and Carroll & Graf (U.S.). 1991

“The Lady Wore Black.”
Mystery Cats. NAL. 1991

“From the Lower Deep.”
Horrorstory Vol. 3. Underwood Miller. Date unknown.

“Another Kind of Enchanted Cottage.”
Journeys to the Twilight Zone. Daw Books. 1993

“Stragella.”
Mammoth Book of Vampires. Robinson (England) and Carroll & Graf U.S.). 1992

“Mountains of Time.”
Ghosttide. Revenant Books. 1992

“Murgunstrumm.”
A Taste for Blood. Dorset. 1992

“Stragella.”
Weird Vampire Tales. Gramercy. 1992

“The Lady Wore Black.”
Mystery Cats (Hitchcock) NAL Signet. 1991

“Ding Dong Belle”
Hardboiled Detectives. Outlet Books. 1992

“Purr of the Cat.”
Trois Seigneurs de la Nuit #2. Neo, France. 1986

“Stragella.”
Trois Seigneurs de la Nuit #1. Neo, France. Date unknown

“The Watcher in the Green Room.”
Nightmare. Marboro Books. 1991

“Vanishing Point.”
Northern Frights #2. Mosaic Press, Canada. 1993

“Mistress of Shadows.”
Murder Most Cozy. Signet NAL. 1993

“A Place of No Return.”
Horrors By Lamplight. Chancelor Press, England. 1993

“Gordie’s Pets.”
Return to the Twilight Zone. Daw. 1994

“The Brand of Kane.”
Tough Guys & Dangerous Dames. Marboro. 1993

“Mission to Margal.”
Mammoth Book of Zombies. Robinson, England. 1993

“Two Were Left.”
Test of Adult Basic Education. Macmillan, McGraw Hill. 1993

“Naked in Darkness.”
“The Course of Justice.”
Both in 100 Dastardly Little Detective Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1994

“Another Kind of Enchanted Cottage.”
Czech Anthology. 1994

“The Lady Wore Black.”
Mystery Cats. Germany. 1994

“Derelict.”
Sea Cursed. Barnes & Noble. 1994

“The Death Watch.”
Cthulhu’s Heirs. Chaosium. 1994

“Take Me For Instance.”
“Ladies in Waiting.”
Both in 100 Creepy Little Creature Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1994

“The Whisperers.”
Mammoth Book of Werewolves. Robinson, England & Carroll & Graff (U.S.) 1994

“Footprints in the Night.”
“To the Point.”
“Final Game.”
“Many Happy Returns.” (as by Justin Case)
“Footsteps.” (Justin Case)
“The Hard-Luck Kid.” (Geoffrey Vace)
“Appointment With Yesterday.” (Geoffrey Vace)
“In the Bag.” (Carey Barnett)
“Always Together.” (Allen Beck)
“No Flowers for Henry.” (Carl Hughes)
10 Stories in 100 Crooked Little Crime Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1994

“The Lady Wore Black.”
Mystery Cats Large Print Edition. G.K.Hall. 1994

“From The Lower Deep.”
Outoja Tarinoita 6. Finland. 1994

“Stragella.”
Mammoth Book of Vampires. Magic Books,England (Robinson). 1994

“Murgunstrumm.”
The Anthology of Horror Stories. Tiger Books International. 1994
(A reprinting of The Mammoth Book of Terror published by Robinson, England.)

“The Caller.”
Mystery Cats 3. Signet-Penguin. 1995

“Two Were Left.”
Salt Lake City School District (test). 1995

“Of Time and Space.”
100 Wicked Little Witch Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1995

“The Door Below.”
Lighthouse Horrors. Down East Books. 1995(?)

“What Say the Frogs Now, Jenny?”
More Dixie Ghosts. Barnes & Noble. 1995

“Just the Two of Us.”
100 Wicked Little Witch Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1995

“The Chair.” (as by Geoffrey Vace)
100 Sneaky Little Sleuth Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1997

“Gramp Takes a Hand.”
100 Sneaky Little Sleuth Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1997

“A Touch of Magic.”
100 Sneaky Little Sleuth Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1997

“Footsteps in Perdu.”
100 Sneaky Little Sleuth Stories. Barnes & Noble. 1997

“The Wink.”
100 Sneaky Little Sleuth. Barnes & Noble. 1997

“The Skeptic.”
100 Tiny Tales of Terror. 1996

“Five to Get Ready, Two to Go.”
The Best of Cemetery Dance. (Coming in 1996)

“Ladies in Waiting.”
A Century of Horror: 1970-1979. MJF Books, N.Y. 1996

“The Brotherhood of Blood.”
Girls’ Night Out. Barnes & Noble. 1997

“Appointment With Yesterday”
Behind the Door. England. (Coming in 1997)

“Murgunstrumm.”
Italian edition of Mammoth Book of Terror, called Terrore! 1997

“The Brotherhood of Blood.”
Blood Lines. Vampire Stories from New England. 1997

“Ladies In Waiting.”
Haunted Houses: The Great Stories. MJF Books. 1997

“The Back of the Mirror.”
100 Fiendish Little Frightmares. 1997

“Tomorrow Is Forever.”
100 Fiendish Little Frightmares. 1997

“The Room Above the Top.”
100 Twisted Tales of Torment. 1998

"Education Of A Killer."
Frank Nowatze Verlag (Germany). 1997 (?)

"White Water Run."
The Scarlet Riders. 1998

"Purr Of A Cat."
Fields of Blood: Vampires of the Heartland. 1998

"The Woman At The Pond."
100 Menacing Little Murder Stories. 1998

"Boomerang."
100 Menacing Lkittle Murder Stories. 1998

"Footsteps In The Night."
Third Time. Bonnier Utbildning (Sweden). 1998

"Vanishing Point."
Murder Most Scottish. 1999

"Stragella."
Vampire Slayers. Cumberland House Publishing. 1999 ?

"Affair Of The Clutching Hand."
Phantom Perfumes & Other Shades. 2000

"Forgetful Charlie."
100 Hilarious Little Howlers. 1999

Books by Hugh B. Cave

1942. "Fishermen Four.” Dodd Mead
1943. "Long Were The Nights: The Saga Of PT Squadron X In The Solomons.” Dodd Mead. Reprinted 1981 by Zenger.
1944. “The Fightin'est Ship: The Story of the Cruiser Helena.” Dodd Mead. Reprinted 1981 by Zenger.
1944. “We Build We Fight: The Story of the Seabees.” Harper
1945. “Wings Across the World: The Story of the Air Transport Command.” Dodd Mead
1945. “I Took the Sky Road” (with Comdr. Norman Mickey Miller). Dodd Mead. Liberty Magazine. Reprinted 1981 by Zenger.
1952. “Haiti: Highroad to Adventure.” Henry Holt.
1957. “Drums of Revolt.” Robert Hale.
1959. “The Cross on the Drum.” Doubleday. Ladies Home Journal. Dollar Book Club. Literary Guild bonus book. Paperback by Ace Books. English edition by Werne Laurie. English paperback by ?. Dutch edition by Fontein-Boekerij.
1960. “Black Sun.” Doubleday. English edition by Alvin Redman.
1960. “The Mission.” Doubleday. The Saturday Evening Post. Best-in-Books Club.
1961. “Four Paths to Paradise: A Book About Jamaica.” Doubleday. English edition by Alvin Redman.
1962. “The Witching Lands.” Doubleday. Best-in-Books Club. English edition by Alvin Redman.
1968. “Run Shadow Run.” Robert Hale, England.
1969. “Larks Will Sing.” Robert Hale, England.
1977. “Murgunstrumm and Others.” Carcosa. Won World Fantasy Award. Was one of the entries in HORROR: 100 BEST BOOKS, by Stephen Jones & Kim Newman, published in England by Xanadu and in the U.S. by Carrol & Graf. Selected stories published in German and French editions.
1979. “Legion of the Dead.” Avon paperback original.
1980. “The Nebulon Horror.” Dell paperback original
1980. “A Summer Romance & Other Stories.” A collection of Cave’s Good Housekeeping Magazine stories published by Longman (England) in their “Simplified English Series” and by Eichosha-Longman (Japan), where it is used for teaching English in schools & is in its 12th printing.
1981. “The Evil.” Ace-Charter paperback original
1982. “Shades of Evil.” Ace-Charter paperback original
1987. “Spicy Detective Encores No. 2. Three “Eel” stories by Justin Case.” Winds of the World Press.
1988. “The Voyage.” Macmillan young-adult book. English edition by Collins.
1988. “Disciples of Dread.” Tor Books hardcover. Tor paperback published in 1989.
1988. “Hugh Cave’s The Corpse Maker.” Starmont House, Seattle (hardcover and paperback). A collection of Cave’s pulp-paper shudder stories selected by Sheldon Jaffery.
1989. “Conquering Kilmarnie.” Macmillan young adult novel. English edition by Collins.
1990. “The Lower Deep.” Tor Books paperback.
1991. “Lucifer's Eye.” Tor Books paperback.
1994. “Magazines I Remember: Some pulps, their editors, & what it was like to write for them.” Tattered Pages Press.
1995. “Death Stalks the Night.” (Collection of Cave short stories, selected by Karl Edward Wagner). Fedogan & Bremer. Nominated for World Fantasy Award.
1996. “Bitter/Sweet.” Necronomicon Press. A booklet of 2 new short stories.
1997. “The Dagger of Tsiang.” A collection of Cave’s “Tsiang House” Borneo adventure stories. Tattered Pages Press.
1997. “Escapades of The Eel.” A collection of Cave’s Justin Case “Eel” stories from the “Spicy” pulps. Tattered Pages Press.
1997. “The Door Below.” A selection of Cave’s mystery, crime & detective stories, 1930s through 1990s, from Fedogan & Bremer.
1998. “The Death-Heads’ March and Others.” Stories of India by Hugh B. Cave and Geoffrey Cave. Black Dog Books.
1999. “White Star of Egypt. 2 Stories by “Justin Case”. Pulp reprints by Black Dog Books.
1999. “The Desert Host.” Long novelette from Farnsworth Wright’s Magic Carpet Magazine. Reprinted in chapbook form by Black Dog Books.
1999 “Isle of the Whisperers.” Pumpkin Books, England.
1999 (Upcoming) More collections of pulp reprints by Black Dog Books.
2000 “The Dawning.” Leisure Books, Dorchester Pub. Co.
2000 “Bottled in Blonde.” A collection of Cave’s Peter Kane stories from Dime Detective. Fedogan & Bremer. with intro by Don Hutchison.
2000 “Officer Coffey Stories.” Subterranean Press chapbook, with foreword by Richard Chizmar.
2000 “The Lady Wore Black and Other Weird Cat Tails.” Ash Tree Press. Canada, with introduction by Mike Ashley..
2000 “Long Live the Dead: Tales from Black Mask.” Crippen & Landru, with introduction and interview by Keith Alan Deutsch.
2001 “The Evil Returns.” Leisure Books. Dorchester Publishing Co.
2002 “The Caverns of Time.” Leisure Books. Dorchester Publishing Co.

Note: Wildside Press (John Betancourt) is reissuing a dozen or so of my older books on a “print on demand” basis. The e-mail address is wildside@wildsidepress.com

Perhaps also of some interest is a biography of Cave, written by Audrey Parente and published by Starmont House (Seattle), called PULP MAN'S ODYSSEY: THE HUGH B. CAVE STORY. Starmont has done this in both hardcover and trade paperback. The title is in reference to the fact that Cave began his writing career in the old pulp-paper fiction magazines.

A second, larger biography by Milt Thomas of Vero Beach, Florida, is in the works.

On the Internet, a Hugh Cave program is offered by Jack Suto’s Vintage New Media (vintagelibrary.com) in which he offers pulp stories by Cave and 2 long interviews with Cave. Websites offering Cave books, new and used, are Advanced Book Exchange (abebooks.com), Amazon (amazon.com), Barnes & Noble (barnesandnoble.com)