Edward Heron-Allen in uniform, c. 1918
Edward Heron-Allen in uniform, c. 1918

Biography

Joan Navarre is writing a biography
of Edward Heron-Allen.
Any information concerning Heron-Allen (e.g. letters, manuscripts, photographs) will be greatly appreciated.

Bibliography


Bibligraphy complied by R.B.Russell Tartarus Press, with many thanks to John Mahoney for his additions.

This bibliography is an evolving work. Please notify the webmaster of any additions, corections or amendments.

  • Novels and Short stories

    Novels

    • The Princess Daphne, Belford, Clarke & Co. (U.S.), 1888 (credited as by E.H.A. and
      Selina Dolaro - National Union Catalogue, US)
    • ditto, H.J. Drane (London), 1889 (pp. 264, 8vo.) (credited as by E.H.A only)

    Short Stories

    • Kisses of Fate. A study of mere human nature, Belford, Clarke & Co. (U.S.), 1888
      (pp. 280, 8o.)
    • A Fatal Fiddle: the commonplace tragedy of a snob, Belford, Clarke & Co.
      (Chicago), 1889 (pp. 262, 8o., illustrated)
    • The Purple Sapphire and other Posthumous Papers, Allan, [1921] (grey paper
      boards, glassine unprinted d/w, pseud. Christopher Blayre, pp. 210, 8o.)
    • ditto, Allan, [1921] (10 numbered presentation copies, grey paper boards,
      glassine unprinted d/w, pseud. Christopher Blayre, pp. 210, 8o.)
    • ditto, Allan, [1921] (second issue, boards with purple cloth, pseud. Christopher
      Blayre, pp. 210, 8o.)
    • ditto, Allan, [1921] (later issue, purple/grey cloth with black lettering, pseud.
      Christopher Blayre, pp. 210, 8o.)
    • ditto, as The Strange Papers of Dr. Blayre, Allan, 1932 (pseud. Christopher Blayre,
      an enlarged edition of the above, pp. 271, 8o.)
    • ditto, as The Strange Papers of Dr. Blayre, Arno Press (U.S.), 1976 (pseud.
      Christopher Blayre, pp. 271, 8o.)
    • The Cheetah-Girl, privately printed, 1923 (20 signed copies, pseud.
      Christopher Blayre, "Printed as manuscript for private circulation", 8o.)
    • ditto, Tartarus Press, 1998 (99 copies)
    • Some Women of the University, Sorelle Nessuno, Nubiana [Stockwell], 1934 (100
      signed copies, pseud. Christopher Blayre, pp. 171, 8o.)
    • The Collected Strange Papers of Christopher Blayre, Tartarus Press, 1998

  • Sette of Odd Volumes titles
  • Verse
  • Palmstry
  • Translations and Commentaries
  • The violin
  • Scientific
  • Local history
  • Others
  • Contributions