Short Stories, Poems and Articles by Elinor Brent-Dyer
Elinor M Brent-Dyer’s Short Stories was published in 2004 by Girls Gone By and includes all EBD’s short stories and poems (apart from one poem subsequently discovered), as well as much other interesting material. It is currently out of print, but may be available from some dealers.
The list below covers all the short stories and poems which are published in publications other than the three Chalet Books for Girls and The Chalet Club News Letters.
Jack’s Revenge by ‘May Dyer’
published in Sunday in 1914
The Lady in the Yellow Gown by ‘Elinor G Brent-Dyer’
published inThe Big Book for Girls in 1925 and in The Golden Story Book for Girls in 1931
Carlotta to the Rescue
a) published in pamphlet, 1930s
b) published in The Children’s Circus Book, white cover edition, 1930s
c) published in The Children’s Circus Book, multi-coloured cover edition, 1930s
NB We do not know which of these editions was published first.
The Robins Make Good
published in The Girls Own Paper 1936 and Volume 57 of The Girl’s Own Annual
Rescue in the Snows
published in My Favourite Story in the 1950s
The House of Secrets (a version of Fardingales)
published in The Sceptre Annual for Girls in the 1950s
Cavalier Maid (a version of Elizabeth the Gallant)
published in The Second Coronet Book for Girls in the 1950s
published in Our Little Dots Volume 32, c1918
published in The Southern Cross Annual for Children Volume 2, 1920s
St Helen’s Own and The Moretonia
An Adventure in the Tyrol was published in The Moretonia in 1924. This was the school magazine for Moreton House where Elinor was teaching at the time. Elinor also wrote an editorial for The Moretonia. In addition Elinor wrote a dedication for St Helen’s Middle House in The St Helen’s Own, the magazine for St Helen’s where she taught slightly earlier. These are all republished in Elinor M Brent-Dyer’s Short Stories.