Author:Edison Tesla Marshall

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Edison Tesla Marshall
(1894–1967)
American short story writer and novelist. Pseudonyms: Hall Hunter, Edison Marshall

WorksEdit

The Heart of Little Shikara — Never Kill a Porcupine — Jungle Justice — Shag of the Packs — The Son of the Wild Things — Furs — Little Death — The Elephant Remembers — The Serpent City — Brother Bill the Elk
  • The Isle of Retribution, frontispiece, Douglas Duer 1923
  • The Land of Forgotten Men, 1923 (reprinted 1972 as The Lost Land)
  • The Halt and the Blind (1923 April 20, Popular) (novella)
  • Seward's Folly (1924)
  • Ocean Gold(1925)
  • The Sleeper of the Moonlit Ranges (1925)
  • Thunderhorse in Four in One Westerns, (contributor), 1925 (novella)

Individual short storiesEdit

  • "The Black Fox" in Munsey's Magazine, Oct 1915
  • Who Is Charles Avison? in Argosy Apr 1916
  • "The Mole" in Popular Oct 20, 1919
  • "Little Death" in Blue Book, Oct 1920 (Included in The Heart of Little Shikhara, 1922)
  • "The Elephant Remembers" in (O. Henry Memorial) Prize Stories of 1919, 1920 (Included in The Heart of Little Shikhara, 1922)
  • "Landy the Little" (1922 Dec, Everybody's) (ss)
  • "The Savage Breast" (1923 May, Everybody's) (ss)
  • "A Satisfactory Daniel" in Munsey's Magazine, July 1925
 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1926.


The author died in 1967, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 50 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.