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Author:Raymond Smiley Spears

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Raymond S. Spears
American author of western and adventure stories. He used numerous pseudonyms, including: Jim Smiley, Raymond Smiley, Raymond S. Spears


Magazine stories and articlesEdit

  • "Central Park in Winter" (nf) Munsey’s Feb 1900
  • "the Story of the Fakirs" (nf) Munsey’s April 1900
  • "Cruise of the Cadis," (ss) Munsey’s Feb 1906
  • "A Pearl of Price," (ss) Munsey’s Jul 1908
  • "The Moods of the Mississippi" (nf) The Atlantic Monthly Sep 1908
  • "Reading the Snow" (nf) The Atlantic Monthly Dec 1908
  • "Silver Lake Panic," (ss) Munsey’s Jul 1911
  • "Nemesis in Good Humor," (ss) Collier’s Mar 9 1912
  • "Meanness in the Mountains," (2-part sl) Popular magazine, Dec 15, 1912
  • "The New Adirondacks," (nf) The Outlook, May 24 1916
  • "The Wolver," (ss) Munsey’s Sep 1917
  • "Nature and Tim Betine," (ss) Munsey’s Jun 1917
  • "Levee Holds!," (ss) Collier’s Nov 10 1917
  • "Miller of Fiddler's Run," (ss) Collier’s Aug 11 1917
  • "Hoarded Assets," (ss) Scribner’s Jun 1918
  • "Jim Tilon, Wastrel," (ss) Collier’s Jan 19 1918
  • "The Tornado—When a man is crazy" (ss) Argosy, Feb 9, 1918
  • "The Epic of the Mississippi," (ss) Munsey’s Aug 1919
  • "Bump," (ss) Collier’s Feb 28 1920
  • "Janie and the Waning Glories," (6-part sl), All-Story Weekly, May-June 1920
  • "Revenge," (ss) Collier’s Dec 18 1920
  • "Ten Thousand Dollars a Wag," (ss) Collier’s Mar 5 1921
  • "The Quitting Misery," (ss) Munsey’s Oce 1921
  • "Button, Button, Who's Got the Button?," (ss) Leslie’s Weekly Nov 19 1921
  • "River Combine, 'Professional," (ss)
  • "The Flying Coyotes" (sl) Argosy


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.

The author died in 1950, 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 60 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.