Author:Thomas Sigismund Stribling

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Thomas Sigismund Stribling
(1881–1965)
American author and lawyer, Pulitzer Prize laureate.
Thomas Sigismund Stribling

Works[edit]

Novels[edit]

  • The Cruise of the Dry Dock (1917) (transcription project)
  • Birthright (1921) — First published as a serial in Century Magazine in 1921, then as a novel in 1922, later adapted into a film under the same title in 1924 and 1939. The 1924 film is lost; only part of the 1939 remains, the remaining portion was restored under the supervision of the Library of Congress.
  • Fombombo (1923) — copyrighted in the United States until 2019
  • Red Sand (1924)
  • Teeftallow (1926)
  • Bright Metal (1928)
  • East is East (1922)
  • Strange Moon (1929)
  • Backwater (1930)
  • The Forge (1931)
  • The Store (1932), winner of the 1933 Pulitzer Prize for the Novel
  • Unfinished Cathedral (1933)
  • The Sound Wagon (1935)
  • These Bars of Flesh (1938)
  • "Apology To Florence", June 1934, an article in Wings Magazine.
  • Coauthor (with David Wallace) of Rope, a dramatization of Teeftallow, produced on Broadway (1928)


Short stories[edit]

  • The Green Splotches (1920)
  • The Web of the Sun (1922)
  • Clues of the Caribbees: Being Certain Criminal Investigations of Henry Poggioli, Ph. D. (1929)
  • Mogglesby (1930) — copyrighted in the United States until 2026
  • Best Dr. Poggioli Detective Stories (Dover, 1975)
  • Dr. Poggioli: Criminologist (Crippen & Landru, 2004)
  • Web of the Sun (2012) - also contains "The Green Splotches"

Poetry[edit]

  • Design on Darkness