James Branch Cabell : An Illustrated Bibliography
Cabell's Contributions to Periodicals: Original Material


Brewer Code
Contribution Title
Periodical Date
Book Inclusion
No. 68
March, 1902
No. 59
July, 1902
No. 147
August, 1902
No. 69
September, 1902
No. 150
October, 1902
No. 140
January, 1903
No. 134
February, 1903
No. 141
June, 1903
No. 250
August, 1903
No. 197
September 1903
See attribution below
No. 73
February, 1904
See attribution below
No. 176
March, 1904
See attribution below
No. 74
May, 1913
See attribution below
No. 245
July, 1918
See notes below
No. 161
July, 1921


In accordance with Cabell's principal of literary economy and his skill at recycling his literary output, most of his short works were adapted and re-used in later publications. The "Book Inclusion" column lists the later work in which the item re-appeared.

It is our intention to eventually reproduce all of these stories and articles in their original form, as we are able to acquire copies suitable for reproduction. The longer items will be presented as PDF files. After accessing these, you will need to use your browser's "back" button to return to The Silver Stallion.

Notes for Some Ladies and Jurgen:

kalki 26

Our copy of Some Ladies and Jurgen was scanned from the website of The Modernist Journals Project, a joint project of Brown University and The University of Tulsa.

In Kalki No. 26, Paul Spencer wrote an illuminating article discussing the evolution of "Some Ladies and Jurgen" and comparing it in detail to the equivalent portions of the novel. This article is well worth a read: it is available at left as a PDF file. You'll need to use your browser's BACK button to return to The Silver Stallion after acessing it.




Old Capulet's Daughter, The Awakening, Balthazar's Daughter, and Mammon's Match were copied from Google scans.