Author:David Henry Keller

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David Henry Keller
(1880–1966)
American author of science fiction, fantasy and horror. He was the first psychiatrist to write for the genre, and was most often published as David H. Keller, MD. He also used the pseudonyms Monk Smith, Matthew Smith, Amy Worth, Henry Cecil, Cecilia Henry, and Jacobus Hubelaire.

Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

Short works[edit]

Taine universe[edit]

Taine
  • The Feminine Metamorphosis (1929)
  • Euthanasia Limited (1929)
  • A Scientific Widowhood (1930)
  • Burning Water (1930)
  • Menacing Claws (1930)
  • The Cerebral Library (1931)
  • The Tree of Evil (1934)
  • Island of White Mice (1935)
  • Wolf Hollow Bubbles (1934)
  • Hands of Doom (1947)
The Menace
  • The Menace (1928)
  • The Gold Ship (1928)
  • The Tainted Flood (1928)
  • The Insane Avalanche (1928)

Wing Loo[edit]

  • The Ambidexter (1931)
  • The Steam Shovel (1931)

Tales from Cornwall[edit]

  • The Oak Tree (1969)
  • The Sword and the Eagle (1969)
  • Raymond the Golden (1969)
  • The Thirty and One (1938) [also as by David H. Keller]
  • The Battle of the Toads (1929)
  • The Tailed Man of Cornwall (1929)
  • No Other Man (1929)
  • The Bride Well (1930)
  • Feminine Magic (1970)
  • The Key to Cornwall (1941) [also as by David H. Keller]

Non-series fiction[edit]

  • The Little Husbands (1928)
  • The Revolt of the Pedestrians (1928)
  • The Yeast Men (1928)
  • A Biological Experiment (1928)
  • Unlocking the Past (1928)
  • The Dogs of Salem (1928)
  • Stenographer's Hands (1928)
  • The Psychophonic Nurse (1928)
  • The Damsel and Her Cat (1929)
  • The Jelly-Fish (1929)
  • The Thought Projector (1929)
  • The Worm (1929)
  • The Threat of the Robot (1929)
  • The Flying Fool (1929)
  • White Collars (1929)
  • The Bloodless War (1929)
  • The Boneless Horror (1929)
  • The Eternal Professors (1929)
  • Air Lines (1930)
  • A Twentieth Century Homunculus (1930)
  • The Flying Threat (1930)
  • Creation Unforgivable (1930)
  • The Ivy War (1930)
  • The Moon Rays (1930)
  • Boomeranging 'Round the Moon (1930)
  • Service First (1931)
  • The Seeds of Death (1931)
  • The Sleeping War (1931)
  • Free as the Air (1931)
  • Half-Mile Hill (1931)
  • The Rat Racket (1931)
  • The Hidden Monster (1932)
  • The Pent House (1932)
  • The Thing in the Cellar (1932)
  • The Last Magician (1932)
  • No More Tomorrows (1932)
  • Unto Us a Child is Born (1933)
  • The Tree Terror (1933)
  • A Piece of Linoleum (1933)
  • Life Everlasting (1934)
  • The Golden Bough (1934)
  • The Solitary Hunters (1934)
  • The Lost Language (1934)
  • The Literary Corkscrew (1934)
  • The Dead Woman(1934)
  • Binding Deluxe (1934)
  • The Doorbell (1934)
  • Rider by Night (1934)
  • Men of Avalon (1935)
  • One-Way Tunnel (1935)
  • The Life Detour (1935)
  • The Living Machine (1935)
  • The White City (1935)
  • "Tiger Cat," in Weird Tales (October 1937, vol. 30, no. 4)
  • The Fireless Age (1937)
  • Valley of Bones (1938)
  • The Mother (1938)
  • Dust in the House (1938)
  • The Moon Artist (1939)
  • No More Friction (1939)
  • The Toad God (1939)
  • Lords of the Ice (1939)
  • The Goddess of Zion (1941)
  • Speed Will Be My Bride (1941)
  • Calypso's Island (1941)
  • The Red Death (1941)
  • The Pit of Doom (1942)
  • Death of the Kraken (1942)
  • The Bridle (1942)
  • The Growing Wall (1942)
  • Bindings Deluxe (1943)
  • The Face in the Mirror (1947)
  • Heredity (1947)
  • The Perfumed Garden (1948)
  • The Door (1949)
  • The Final War (1949)
  • Chasm of Monsters (1951)
  • The Plot Machine (1951)
  • The Star (1952)
  • Fingers in the Sky (1952)
  • Sarah (1952)
  • The Folsom Flint (1952)
  • The God Wheel (1952)
  • The Opium Eater (1952)
  • The Question (1953)
  • The Golden Key (1953)
  • In Memoriam (1962)
  • Figment of a Dream (1962)
  • The Twins (1969)
  • The Landslide (1969)
  • The House Without Mirrors (1980)
  • The Purblind Prophet (1999) with Paul Spencer
  • The Beautiful Lady (2000)

Poetry[edit]

  • The Night The Red and Blue (1899)
  • Undo Everlasting (1902)
  • L'Envoi (1902)
  • A Melody (1902)
  • A Mother's Song (1902)
  • "Modern Science." in: Kotan September, 1948, Vol. 1, No. 1.

Non-Fiction[edit]

  • The Med-Lee: News Digest of the 9th Medical Battalion (1941)
Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they are legally published within the United States (or the United Nations Headquarters in New York subject to Section 7 of the United States Headquarters Agreement) before 1964, and copyright was not renewed.
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