11B Parodies, Pastiches, Burlesques, Travesties and Satires -- August Derleth (5)

1. Greenberg, Martin Harry. Murder most postal : homicidal tales that deliver a message. New York: Gramercy Books, 2003.

24 cm. Edited by Martin H. Greenberg. Scuttlebutt Jul 2001.; "Includes August Derleth's 'Solar Pons' pastiche 'The Adventure of the Penny Magenta'."

2. ———. Murder most postal : homicidal tales that deliver a message. Nashville, TN.; St. Albans: Cumberland House; Verulam, 2002.

23 cm. Edited by Martin H. Greenberg. Scuttlebutt Jul 2001.; "Includes August Derleth's 'Solar Pons' pastiche 'The Adventure of the Penny Magenta'."

3. Greenberg, Martin Harry, Edward Gorman, and Larry Segriff. Murder most postal. New York: Gramercy Books, 2005.

24 cm. Previously published in three separate volumes in 2000 and 2001. Edited by Martin H. Greenberg ; Murder most delectable / edited by Martin H. Greenberg ; Murder most feline / edited by Ed Gorman, Martin H. Greenberg & Larry Segriff. Scuttlebutt Jul 2001.; A collection of 55 stories of murder and mayhem by various authors. "Includes August Derleth's 'Solar Pons' pastiche 'The Adventure of the Penny Magenta'."

4. Ruber, Peter, and José María Nebreda. Maestros del horror de Arkham House : una antología retrospectiva de los 30 primeros años de Arkham House en su 60 aniversario. 1. ed, (Colección Gótica / Valdemar). Madrid: Valdemar, 2003.

25 cm. Original: Arkham's masters of horror. Translated by José María Nebreda.;

5. Ruber, Peter A. Arkham's masters of horror : a 60th anniversary anthology retrospective of the first 30 years of Arkham House. 1st ed. Sauk City, WI: Arkham House Publishers, 2000.

ill. ; 21 cm. The "un-demonizing" of August Derleth / Peter Ruber -- Excerpts from the H.P. Lovecraft letters to August Derleth -- Prince Alcouz and the magician / Clark Ashton Smith -- Man-hunt / Donald Wandrei -- The valley of the lost / Robert E. Howard -- The bat is my brother / Robert Bloch -- The latch-key / H. Russell Wakefield -- Dyak reward / Carl Jacobi -- Sea-tiger / Henry S. Whitehead -- The dog-eared god / Frank Belknap Long -- The beautiful lady - David H. Keller -- Sweetheart from the tomb / E. Hoffmann Price -- Wolf of the steppes / Greye La Spina -- Rhythmic formula / Arthur J. Burks -- The small assassin / Ray Bradbury -- George is all right / Howard Wandrei -- Something old / Mary Elizabeth Counselman -- Property of the ring / John Ramsey Campbell -- Bon voyage, Michele / Seabury Quinn -- The master of Cotswold / Nelson Bond -- The open window / Vincent Starrett -- A visitor from outside / August Derleth & Mark Schorer.

edited and with historical notes by Peter Ruber. Scuttlebutt May 2005.;

11B Parodies, Pastiches, Burlesques, Travesties and Satires -- Solar Pons and Dr. Parker (August Derleth) (13)

1. Brooks, Robert. The Solar Pons encyclopedia. Toronto: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library, 1996.

Scuttlebutt Feb 1997;

2. Derleth, August William. The Solar Pons omnibus edition (original text). Shelburne, Ont.: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1998.

Scuttlebutt Jan 2001; "A new collection of all of August Derleth's Solar Pons stories...with an introduction by Peter Ruber, and text taken from book collections published by Derleth (an earlier omnibus published in 1982 had text edited by Basil Copper, who corrected 'errors' he had perceived in Derleth's text)."

3. ———. The Unpublished Solar Pons. Shelburne, Ontario: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 1994.

Scuttlebutt Jan. 1995;

4. Derleth, August William, and August Derleth Society. A Derleth collection. Sauk City, WI: Geranium Press, 1993.

5. Derleth, August William, and James P. Roberts. Return to Derleth selected essays. Madison, Wis: White Hawk Press, 1993.

LC Control Number: 93240396; Scuttlebutt May 1997. Includes bibliographical references; "With Basil Copper's six-page 'The Game's Afoot: August Derleth and Solar Pons' (about Derleth's stories and Copper's continuation of the saga) and essays by other enthusiasts on Derleth's life and work in other genres."

6. Derleth, August William, Peter Ruber, and George A. Vanderburgh. The original text Solar Pons omnibus edition. 2 vols. Shelburne, Ontario; Sauk City, WI: Battered Silicon Dispatch Box, 2000.

ill. ; 29 cm. "A Mycroft & Moran book." Introduction by Peter Ruber ; collected and edited by George A. Vanderburgh. Scuttlebutt Jan 2001.; "A new collection of all of August Derleth's Solar Pons stories...two volumes (with a total of 826 pages), with an introduction by Peter Ruber, and text taken from book collections published by Derleth (an earlier omnibus published in 1982 had text edited by Basil Copper, who corrected 'errors' he had perceived in Derleth's text)."

7. Derleth, August William, and Peter A. Ruber. The final adventures of Solar Pons. First ed. Shelburne, Ont, Sauk City, Wisconsin: Mycroft and Moran, 1998.

8. Dutch, William. August W. Derleth, 1909-1971 a bibliographical checklist of his books. Sauk City, WI: August Derleth Society, 1996.

LC Control Number: 96086124; Scuttlebutt Dec 1996;

9. Greenberg, Martin Harry. Murder most postal : homicidal tales that deliver a message, (Murder most series). Nashville, TN: Cumberland House, 2001.

23 cm. Edited by Martin H. Greenberg. Scuttlebutt Jul 2001.; "Includes August Derleth's 'Solar Pons' pastiche 'The Adventure of the Penny Magenta'."

10. Herguth, Bob. "Ely Liebow." Chicago Sun-Times, Dec 19, 1994: 16.

"He's a Sherlockian. He's an author and a Northeastern Illinois U. English prof who's an expert on Sherlock Holmes. He's a member of the fictional detective's fan club, the Baker Street Irregulars. In 1991, the Irregulars gave him the rare Two-Shilling Award. And a Derlethian. He just edited and produced a book of essays about the late August Derleth, a cult figure who lived in Sauk City, Wis. Derleth wrote more than 150 books, ranging from horror tales to children's classics. Liebow's book is titled August Harvest...." (excerpt)

11. Lellenberg, Jon L. Knowledge of the occult -- immense. Arlington, Va: Dispatch-Box Press, 1973.

12. Liebow, Ely M., ed. August harvest : essays penned by various hands to keep the memory of August Dereleth green. New York: Magico Magazine, 1994.

13. Sarjeant, William A. S. "The Prince of Pastiches: August Derleth's Solar Pons." Baker Street West 1 2, no. 3 (1996): 15-20, 32.

11C Parodies, Pastiches, Burlesques, Travesties and Satires -- Basil Copper (3)

1. Copper, Basil. The recollections of Solar Pons. 1st ed. Minneapolis: Fedogan & Bremer, 1995.

LC Control Number: 96113414. Contents: The adventure of the mad millionaire -- The adventure of the cursed curator -- The adventure of the Hound of Hell -- The adventure of the singular sandwich;

2. Copper, Basil, and Leslie M Edwards. Solar Pons : the final cases. Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, Wales: Sarob Press, 2005.

Contents: The adventure of the haunted rectory -- The adventure of the ignored idols -- The adventure of the horrified heiress -- The adventure of the baffled baron -- The adventure of the anguished actor -- (A 'Sherlock Holmes' case) The adventure of the persecuted painter;

3. Copper, Basil, and Stefanie Kate Hawks. The exploits of Solar Pons. 1st ed. Minneapolis, Minn: Fedogan & Bremer, 1993.

LC Control Number: 93073410. Contents: The adventure of the verger's thumb -- The adventure of the phantom face -- Death at the Metropole -- The adventure of the callous colonel;

11D Parodies, Pastiches, Burlesques, Travesties and Satires -- Adrian Conan Doyle, John Dickson Carr (4)

1. Ashley, Michael. The mammoth book of historical whodunnits. London: Robinson, 1993.

Contents: The case of the Deptford Horror / Adrian Conan Doyle (pp. 471-488);

2. Ashley, Michael, and Arthur Griffiths. The mammoth book of historical whodunnits. 1st Carroll & Graf ed. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1993.

"The chroniclers of crime : the forerunners of Sherlock Holmes": p. [514]-522; "A selection of stories featuring detectives from the entire history of the civilised world"--P. [xiii]

3. Carr, John Dickson. The curse of the bronze lamp. 2nd Carrol & Graf ed. New York: Carroll & Graf, 1997.

Scuttlebutt Aug 1997; "The book is dedicated to Ellery Queen, with a cryptic reference to Mr. James Phillimore and his umbrella."

4. Doyle, Adrian, and John Dickson Carr. The exploits of Sherlock Holmes a collection of Sherlock Holmes adventures based on unsolved cases from the original Sir Arthur Conan Doyle stories. New York: Gramercy Books, 1999.

LC Control Number: 98033251;



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