|This page is a list of known stories etc. If you'd like to read some of these pieces, the Texts page of this site (click here >) is the top page for short stories and articles from Argosy, Magpie, Punch and the Guardian. More will be added as and when possible.|
|Jack Trevor Story wrote
a huge and uncounted number of short stories (many of them of the 1,000-words-or-less variety) and
articles for an uncatalogued range of papers and magazines.
In the absence of any more definitive listing, I am listing here the names of the publications known to have carried his stories and/or articles (information gleaned from various sources). Where I have details of any Story pieces in the publication, I will list these.
For the time being I am leaving off the New Worlds appearances, detailed on the New Worlds page on this site. There is also at least one other serialisation of a novel, in a Cambridge paper, which I am not listing; details of any such appearances welcome, however, for future addition.
Clearly this list can only grow, so please send in any corrections and / or additions - also let me know if you have any magazines or papers with Story pieces for sale, or are willing to send me photocopies or scanned text. Many thanks in advance!
March 2006: Nick and Ann-Marie Osmond, who sell on eBay under the name Hoonaloon, found me a copy of Argosy for March 1951 with the JTS short The Night the Brick Came Through the Window. Many thanks for that.
I also got hold of The Television Detectives' Omnibus with JTS's Sexton Blake short story, The Man Who Was Hammered. I haven't seen this story in the Sexton Blake Library or anywhere else. If anyone knows of its origins, please let me know.
Jack Trevor Story's texts are copyright © the estate of Jack Trevor Story 2002 - 2008. Not for reproduction. Copyright in all work by Jack Trevor Story is the property of the author's heirs. Permission for use of this material can be obtained through Jackie Edwards (Story), Peter Story, Lee Story or Michael Moorcock. Reproduction of copyright material whether in text, visual or audio form by unauthorised sources strictly forbidden.