A LIST OF PUBLICATIONS BY MUNRO/SAKI

Unless otherwise noted, all the reviews, satires (in prose and verse; often with illustrations), sketches, stories, plays, and novels below were attributed to Saki. Not included are Munro’s news reports as a foreign correspondent for the Morning Post, 1902-07, and four letters to the editor (in MP and WG). In some instances—mostly for the stories published in MP after 1909, as those issues have not been digitized and put online by the British Newspaper Archives—the information is from other sources and I have not yet been able to verify its accuracy.

“Dogged,” St. Paul’s, February 18, 1899 (by H. H. M.)

The Rise of the Russian Empire, London: Grant Richards / Boston: L. C. Page & Co., March 1900 (Hector H. Munro)

“Alice in Downing Street,” The Westminster Gazette, July 25, 1900 (unattributed; with three illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Alice in Pall Mall,” The Westminster Gazette, November 5, 1900 (with two illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Alice and the Liberal Party,” The Westminster Gazette, November 30, 1900 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Alice at Lambeth,” The Westminster Gazette, December 12, 1900 (with two illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“The Blood-Feud of Toad-Water[:] A West-Country Epic,” The Westminster Gazette, January 26, 1901 (H. H. M.)

“The Quatrains of Uttar Al Ghibe[,] with Explanatory and Conjectural Notes,” The Westminster Gazette, March 4, 1901 (with three illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“The Quatrains of Uttar Al Ghibe––II.[,] with Explanatory and Conjectural Notes,” The Westminster Gazette, March 19, 1901 (with three illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“The Aged Man,” The Westminster Gazette, May 16, 1901 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould; the accompanying verse is unattributed, but this piece is collected and republished in The Westminster Alice)

“Alice at St. Stephen’s,” The Westminster Gazette, June 11, 1901 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Reginald,” The Westminster Gazette, September 28, 1901

“Alice in Difficulties,” The Westminster Gazette, October 9, 1901 (with two illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Alice Anywhere but in Downing Street,” The Westminster Gazette, October 11, 1901 (with two illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Alice Lunches at Westminster,” The Westminster Gazette, October 14, 1901 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“‘The Great Anarchy’” (book review), The Westminster Gazette, October 23, 1901 (H. H. M.)

“Alice in a Fog,” The Westminster Gazette, November 11, 1901 (with two illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Alice Has Tea at the Hotel Cecil,” The Westminster Gazette, November 29, 1901 (with three illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Alice Goes to Chesterfield,” The Westminster Gazette, December 16, 1901 (with three illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Reginald on Christmas Presents,” The Westminster Gazette, December 18, 1901

“The Saint and the Goblin,” The Westminster Gazette, January 4, 1902 (H. H. M.; with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Spades in Wonderland,” The Westminster Gazette, January 24, 1902 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould; the one line of text is unattributed, but this piece is collected and republished, with a revision to the line for added political context, in The Westminster Alice)

“The Political Jungle‑Book[:] The Wolf-Pack and Others,” The Westminster Gazette, February 11, 1902 (with four illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

The Westminster Alice, London: Westminster Gazette Office, March 1902 (with illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“The Political Jungle-Book[,] II. – The Dancing of Mor-Mor, the Peacock, and the Stampede of Runamukki,” The Westminster Gazette, April 21, 1902 (with three illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“The Political Jungle-Book[,] III. – Hugheera’s Hunting,” The Westminster Gazette, May 23, 1902 (with two illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)       

“Reginald on the Academy,” The Westminster Gazette, June 2, 1902

“Reginald’s Peace Poem,” The Westminster Gazette, June 10, 1902

“Reginald’s Choir Treat,” The Westminster Gazette, June 24, 1902

“Reginald at the Theatre,” The Westminster Gazette, July 17, 1902

“The Woman Who Never Should,” The Westminster Gazette, July 22, 1902

“Alice Wants to Know,” Picture Politics, no. 106, August/September 1902 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Reginald on House-Parties,” The Westminster Gazette, September 25, 1902

“Not So Stories[:] How the Pelletan of the Mediterranean Lost His Voice; How the Armydillo Lost Its Wool,” The Westminster Gazette, October 9, 1902 (with two illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Not So Stories[:] How the Pallmallatherium Lost Its Weak Spots,” The Westminster Gazette, October 15, 1902 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“The Man of the Parcels,” The Westminster Gazette, October 29, 1902 (collected and republished in Reginald in Russia as “Judkin of the Parcels”)

“Not So Stories[:] The Dalneny Cat That Walked By Itself,” The Westminster Gazette, October 31, 1902 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Not So Stories[:] The Crab, and the Others, That Played with the Land,” The Westminster Gazette, November 5, 1902 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Government by Picture-Postcard (A Contribution to the Private History of the Great Administration Communicated by ‘Saki’),” The Westminster Gazette, November 26, 1902

“Reginald on Worries,” The Westminster Gazette, November 26, 1902

“John Bull’s Christmas Tree,” in The House Annual, 1902 (London), December 1902 (with a full-page illustration by “P. J. B.” and four illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Camels,” The Westminster Gazette, January 28, 1903

“Reginald at the Carlton,” The Westminster Gazette, March 24, 1903

“Reginald on Besetting Sins: The Woman Who Told the Truth,” The Westminster Gazette, April 22, 1903

“Reginald’s Drama,” The Westminster Gazette, September 8, 1903

“Crumbs from the Big Loaf,” Morning Post, October 26, 1903 (H. H. Munro)

“Reginald on Tariffs,” The Westminster Gazette, November 6, 1903

“Study in Liberalism,” Morning Post, November 11, 1903 (H. H. Munro)

“The Angel and his Lost Michael,” Morning Post, November 16, 1903 (H. H. Munro)

“The Hermit of the Martello,” Morning Post, November 26, 1903 (H. H. Munro)

“Spade‑Work out of Monmouth,” Morning Post, November 30, 1903 (H. H. Munro)

“A Jungle Story,” Morning Post, December 7, 1903 (H. H. Munro)

“The Coming of Nicholas,” Morning Post, December 21, 1903 (H. H. Munro)

“Reginald’s Christmas Revel,” The Westminster Gazette, December 22, 1903

“Reginald’s Rubaiyat,” The Westminster Gazette, February 1, 1904

“The Innocence of Reginald,” The Westminster Gazette, April 6, 1904

Reginald, London: Methuen, September 1904

“The Old Town of Pskoff,” Morning Post, July 27, 1905 (“From our St. Petersburg correspondent”; a short travelogue, collected and republished in The Square Egg)

“Reginald on Russia,” The Westminster Gazette, June 16, 1906 (collected and republished in Reginald in Russia as “Reginald in Russia”)

“The Reticence of Lady Anne,” The Westminster Gazette, January 16, 1907

“A Young-Turkish Catastrophe (In Two Scenes),” The Westminster Gazette, August 10, 1908

“The Sex That Doesn’t Shop,” The Westminster Gazette, March 27, 1909

“The Lost Sanjak,” The Westminster Gazette, April 23, 1909

“The Soul of Laploshka,” The Westminster Gazette, May 8, 1909

“Gabriel-Ernest,” The Westminster Gazette, May 29, 1909

“The Strategist,” The Westminster Gazette, July 3, 1909

“The Bag,” The Westminster Gazette, July 24, 1909

“North Polemics,” The Westminster Gazette, September 16, 1909 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Cross Currents,” The Westminster Gazette, September 18, 1909

playlet “The Baker’s Dozen,” The Journal of the Leinster Regiment, vol. 1, no. 1, October 1909

“The Mouse,” The Westminster Gazette, October 23, 1909

“The Match-Maker,” The Westminster Gazette, November 6, 1909

“Tobermory,” The Westminster Gazette, November 27, 1909 (this original version did not include Clovis)

“Hermann the Irascible[:] A Story of the Great Weep,” The Westminster Gazette, December 24, 1909

Reginald in Russia, London: Methuen, March 1910

“Wratislav,” The Westminster Gazette, March 12, 1910 (this original version did not include Clovis)

“The Unrest-Cure,” The Westminster Gazette, April 1, 1910

“Sredni Vashtar,” The Westminster Gazette, May 28, 1910

“The Background,” The Journal of the Leinster Regiment, vol. 1, no. 4, July 1910

“The Quest,” The Westminster Gazette, July 2, 1910

“Adrian[:] A Chapter in Acclimatisation,” The Westminster Gazette, July 9, 1910

“The Jesting of Arlington Stringham,” The Westminster Gazette, August 20, 1910

“The Penance,” The Westminster Gazette, September 24, 1910

“Ministers of Grace[:] A Seasonable Political Fantaisie [sic],” The Bystander, November 30, 1910 (with three illustrations by Charles Sykes; the version in The Chronicles of Clovis is revised and expanded)

“Filboid Studge[:] The Story of a Mouse that Helped,” The Bystander, December 7, 1910 (with an illustration by Charles Sykes)

“Bystander Stage Biographies,” The Bystander, December 7, 1910 (with six sketches by Arthur Minton)

“Esmé,” The Westminster Gazette, December 17, 1910 (this original version did not include Clovis)

“Mrs. Pendercoet’s Lost Identity: A Tragedy of the Chelsea Arts’ Club Ball,” in The Odd Volume (London), vol. 4, February 1911

“The Peace of Mowsle Barton,” The Westminster Gazette, February 18, 1911

“The Chaplet[:] A Tragedy of Music at Mealtimes,” The Bystander, March 15, 1911 (with two illustrations by Charles Sykes)

“Mrs. Packletide’s Tiger,” The Bystander, April 12, 1911

“The Easter Egg,” The Westminster Gazette, April 15, 1911

“The Hounds of Fate,” The Westminster Gazette, May 13, 1911

“A Matter of Sentiment,” The Westminster Gazette, June 3, 1911

“The Peace Offering,” The Bystander, June 7, 1911

“The Recessional,” The Westminster Gazette, July 8, 1911

“The Infernal Parliament,” The Bystander, August 23, 1911

“The Talking-Out of Tarrington,” The Westminster Gazette, August 26, 1911

The Chronicles of Clovis, London: John Lane The Bodley Head, October 1911

“The Schartz-Metterklume Method,” The Westminster Gazette, October 14, 1911

“Excepting Mrs. Pentherby[:] A Story of an Autumn House-Party,” The Bystander, October 25, 1911

“The Seventh Pullet,” Morning Post, October 31, 1911

“The Open Window,” The Westminster Gazette, November 18, 1911

“The Seven Cream Jugs[:] A Light-Fingered Trifle,” The Bystander, December 6, 1911 (with illustrations)

“Bertie’s Christmas Eve,” The Westminster Gazette, December 23, 1911

“Quail Seed,” Morning Post, December 26, 1911

“The Interlopers[:] A Feud and Its Ending,” The Bystander, January 17, 1912

“The Optimist,” The Westminster Gazette, February 2, 1912

“The Treasure-Ship,” Morning Post, February 20, 1912

“The Pond,” The Bystander, February 21, 1912 (with an illustration)

“Dusk,” Morning Post, March 12, 1912

“The Sheep,” The Westminster Gazette, March 23, 1912

“The Phantom Luncheon,” The Bystander, May 27, 1912

“The Bolting of Teddiratha,” The Westminster Gazette, June 26, 1912 (with three illustrations by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“Heart‑to‑Heart Talks: No. I.—M. Nijinski and the Master of Elibank,” The Bystander, July 17, 1912

“Heart-to-Heart Talks: No. II.—Mr. Bernard Shaw and Baron Marschall von Bieberstein,” The Bystander, July 31, 1912

“Heart-to-Heart Talks: No. III.—Mr. Hammerstein and Dom Manoel,” The Bystander, August 14, 1912

“The Boar-Pig,” Morning Post, August 20, 1912

“Shock Tactics,” The Westminster Gazette, September 7, 1912

“The Lull,” Morning Post, September 17, 1912

“More About Him[:] The Fifth Volume of the Life of Mr. Lloyd George Reviewed for ‘The Bystander’ of 1919,” The Bystander, October 2, 1912

The Unbearable Bassington, London: John Lane The Bodley Head, October 1912

“The Purple of the Balkan Kings,” The Westminster Gazette, November 4, 1912

“The Dreamer,” Morning Post, January 21, 1913

“The Feast of Nemesis,” Morning Post, February 25, 1913

“Cousin Teresa,” Morning Post, March 11, 1913

“The Metamorphoses of Lobelia Jabb[,] Suffragette,” The Bystander, March 12, 1913 (with ten illustrations by “Pat”)

“The Toothless Lion[:] A Fable of Diplomacy,” The Bystander, April 2, 1913 (with three illustrations by “Pat”)

“Talksley Hall,” Daily Express, April 9, 1913 (with three illustrations by “Pat”)

“The Tailor and the Crow,” Daily Express, April 15, 1913 (with three illustrations by “Pat”)

“The Stake,” Morning Post, April 29, 1913

“The Three Jovial Huntsmen,” Daily Express, May 2, 1913 (with four illustrations by “Pat”)

“Clovis on Parental Responsibility,” The Westminster Gazette, May 3, 1913 (collected and republished in Beasts and Super-Beasts as “Clovis on Parental Responsibilities”)

“Quatrains from the Rubaiyat of a Disgruntled Diplomat,” The Westminster Gazette, May 3, 1913 (with an illustration by Francis Carruthers Gould)

“The Holy War,” Morning Post, May 6, 1913

“851,” Daily Express, May 19, 1913 (with two illustrations by “Pat”)

“The Almanack,” Morning Post, June 17, 1913

“A Housing Problem[:] The Solution of an Insoluble Dilemma,” The Bystander, July 9, 1913

“The Hedgehog,” Morning Post, August 19, 1913

“The Story-Teller,” Morning Post, September 2, 1913

“The Lumber-Room,” Morning Post, October 14, 1913

“A Sacrifice to Necessity,” The Bystander, October 15, 1913 (with an illustration by Charles Sykes)

When William Came: A Story of London Under the Hohenzollerns, London: John Lane The Bodley Head, November 1913

“The Elk[:] A Christmastide Tragedy,” The Bystander, November 17, 1913 (with an illustration)

“A Shot in the Dark,” The Bystander, December 3, 1913 (with the same illustration by Charles Sykes as for “A Sacrifice to Necessity”)

“The Potted Parliament” (weekly column), February 21 to August 8, 1914, The Outlook

“Fate,” Morning Post, March 11, 1914

“Louise,” Morning Post, June 16, 1914

Beasts and Super-Beasts, London: John Lane The Bodley Head, June 1914

“The Guests,” Morning Post, June 30, 1914

“The East Wing,” in Methuen’s Annual (London), July 1914, and in Lucas’ Annual (New York), September 1914

“An Old Love,” Morning Post, April 23, 1915 (H. H. Munro)

“Diary of the War,” 22nd Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers’ Fortnightly Gazette, April 26, 1915

“Pau-Puk-Keewis,” 22nd Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers’ Fortnightly Gazette, May 10, 1915

“On being Company Orderly Corporal,” 22nd Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers’ Fortnightly Gazette, June 7, 1915

“The Soldier’s Guide to Cinema,” 22nd Battalion of the Royal Fusiliers’ Fortnightly Gazette, June 26, 1915

The Toys of Peace, London: John Lane The Bodley Head, January 1919 (including “The Image of the Lost Soul,” written in 1891)

The Square Egg, and Other Sketches, with Three Plays and Illustrations, London: John Lane The Bodley Head, January 1924 (including play The Watched Pot, written with Charles Maude in 1914)

“The Miracle-Merchant,” in One Act Plays for Stage and Study, Eighth Series, New York: Samuel French, 1934, and Modern One-Act Plays, ed. Philip Wayne, Toronto: Longmans, Green, 1935 (short play version of story “The Hen”)