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Chronological Short-Title Edward Gorey Bibliography
Prepared by Edward Bradford

 This bibliography, arranged in the order of first appearance, provides the publisher and the year of the first edition of each work. Subsequent printings by the same publisher are omitted. Reprints or reissues by different publishers and their dates of issue follow immediately after the original listing. Editions published outside the United States are not included. Titles issued in other than book form, excluding calendars, are so indicated.

 PART A – WORKS BY GOREY

 The Unstrung Harp
          Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1953
          Harcourt Brace, 1999

 The Listing Attic
          Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1954

 The Doubtful Guest
          Doubleday, 1957
          Dodd, Mead, 1978
          Peter Weed Books, 1993
          Harcourt Brace, 1998

 The Object Lesson
          Doubleday, 1958
          Harcourt Brace, 2002

The Bug Book
          Looking Glass Library, 1959
          Epstein and Carroll, 1960
          Adama Books, 1987

The Fatal Lozenge
          Ivan Obolensky, 1960
          Astor-Honor, 1968

The Hapless Child
          Ivan Obolensky, 1961
          Dodd, Mead, 1980
          Peter Weed Books, 1986
          Pomegranate Communications, 2008

The Curious Sofa. 
          Ivan Obolensky, 1961
          Dodd, Mead, 1980
          Peter Weed Books, 1986
          Harcourt Brace, 1997 

The Willowdale Handcar
          Bobbs-Merrill, 1962
          Dodd, Mead, 1979
          Peter Weed Books, 1993
          Harcourt Brace, 2003

The Beastly Baby 
          The Fantod Press, 1962
          Peter Weed Books, 1995

The Wuggly Ump
          J.B. Lippincott, 1963
          Young Readers Press, 1966
          Adama Books, 1986
          Pomegranate Communications, 2007
          Pomegranate Communications, 2010 – coloring book

 The Vinegar Works. 
         Simon and Schuster, 1963 – 3 volumes in slipcase

The Gashlycrumb Tinies
          Harvey Hutter, 1979 – postcards and poster
          Dodd, Mead 1981
          Beaufort Books, 1986
          Peter Weed Books, 1993
          Harcourt Brace, 1997
          Dragonfly Productions, 2002 – poster
          Edward Gorey House, 2011 – poster
          Edward Gorey House, 2013 – prints in portfolio

The Insect God
          Beaufort Books, 1986
          Peter Weed Books, 1993

The West Wing
          Bloomsbury USA, 2009

The Nursery Frieze
           The Fantod Press, 1964

The Sinking Spell
           Ivan Obolensky, 1965
           Astor-Honor, 1968

The Remembered Visit
          Simon and Schuster, 1965
          Pomegranate Communications, 2009

Three Books from Fantod Press [I]
          1966 – in yellow envelope
The Pious Infant
The Evil Garden
           Pomegranate Communications, 2011
The Inanimate Tragedy

 

The Gilded Bat
          Simon and Schuster, 1966
          Dodd, Mead, 1979
          Peter Weed Books, 1994
          Pomegranate Communications, 2007

The Utter Zoo 
          Meredith Press, 1967
          Hawthorne, 1974
          Pomegranate Communications, 1998 – postcard book
          Pomegranate Communications, 2010

Fletcher and Zenobia
          Meredith Press, 1967
          Hawthorne, 1973

The Other Statue
          Simon and Schuster, 1968
          Harcourt Brace, 2001

The Blue Aspic
          Meredith Press, 1968
          Hawthorne, 1973
          Pomegranate Communications, 2009

 A Gorey Festival
         Astor-Honor, 1968 – 4 volumes in slipcase
     The Fatal Lozenge
     The Hapless Child
     The Curious Sofa
     The Sinking Spell

The Fantod Pack
          Owl Press, 1969? – 20 cards in wrapper – unauthorized
          Gotham Book Mart, 1995 – 20 cards and leaflet in box
          Pomegranate Communications, 2007 – 20 cards and leaflet in box

The Iron Tonic
          Albondocani Press, 1969
          Harcourt Brace, 2000

The Epiplectic Bicycle
          Dodd, Mead, 1969
          Congdon & Weed, 1987
          Peter Weed Books, 1987
          Harcourt Brace, 1998

Three Books from Fantod Press [II] 1970 – in fuchsia envelope
     The Chinese Obelisks
     The Osbick Bird
           Pomegranate Communications, 2012

     Donald Has a Difficulty
          Capra Press, 1983
          Harry N. Abrams, 2004

 
Why We Have Day and Night
          Young Scott Books, 1970
          Capra Press, 1982
          Pomegranate Communications, 2011

The Sopping Thursday
          Gotham Book Mart, 1970
          Capricorn Press, 1971
          Capra Press, 1973
          Pomegranate Communications, 2008

 Three Books from Fantod Press [III] 1971 – in tan envelope
     The Deranged Cousins
     The Eleventh Episode
     [The Untitled Book]

Story for Sara
         Albondocani Press, 1971

Fletcher and Zenobia Save the Circus
         Dodd, Mead, 1971

Leaves from a Mislaid Album
          Gotham Book Mart, 1972

The Awdrey-Gore Legacy
          Dodd, Mead, 1972
          Beaufort Books, 1987
          Peter Weed Books, 1993?
          Pomegranate Communications, 1997 – poster
          Pomegranate Communications, 2010

Amphigorey
          G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1972
          Multiple reprints in both hardcover and paperback

The Black Doll
          Gotham Book Mart, 1973
          Pomegranate Communications, 2009

The Lavender Leotard
          Gotham Book Mart, 1973
          Ballet Review, 2007

 Fantod IV: 3 Books from Fantod Press. 1973 – in white envelope
     The Abandoned Sock

     The Disrespectful Summons

     The Lost Lions
            Pomegranate Communications, 2011

A Limerick
          Salt-Works Press, 1973
          Edward Gorey House, 2012 – poster

 Categor  y
          Gotham Book Mart, 1974
          Adama Books, 1986
          Pomegranate Communications, 2006

The Glorious Nosebleed
          Dodd, Mead, 1975
          Peter Weed Books, 199-
          Bloomsbury USA, 2009

Amphigorey Too
          G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1975
          Multiple reprints in both hardback and paper

L’Heure bleue
          The Fantod Press, 1975

Scénes de ballet
           1976 – 10 postcards in plain envelope

Les Passementeries horribles
            Albondocani Press, 1976

 The Broken Spoke
            Dodd, Mead, 1976

The Loathsome Couple
            Dodd, Mead, 1977
            Beaufort Books, 1986
            Peter Weed Books, 1993

Alms for Oblivion
            1978 – 16 postcards in illustrated envelope

 The Green Beads
            Albondocani Press, 1978

 Gorey Posters
            Harry N. Abrams, 1979

Dracula: A Toy Theatre
            Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1979
            Pomegranate Communications, 2002

 Interpretive I
            1980 – 13 postcards in illustrated envelope 

Dancing Cats / Neglected Murderesses
             Workman Publishing, 1980

 Neglected Murderesses. 
             1980 – 12 postcards in illustrated envelope

Les Urnes utiles
              Haltry-Ferguson Publishing, 1980

F.M.R.A. 
              Andrew Alpern, 1980 – 24 items in clamshell box

 Le Mélange funeste
              Gotham Book Mart, 1981

The Dwindling Party
              Random House, 1982 

The Water Flowers
              Congdon & Weed, 1982
              Peter Weed Books, 1993

Gorey Stories
              Samuel French, 1983

The Eclectic Abecedarium
          Anne & David Bromer, 1983
          Adama Books, 1985
          Pomegranate Communications, 2008
          Edward Gorey House, 2011 – poster

The Prune People
          Albondocani Press, 1983

Amphigorey Also
          Congdon & Weed, 1983
          Harcourt Brace, 1993
          Barnes & Nobel, 2002

 E.D. Ward
         Gotham Book Mart, 1983

 The Tunnel Calamity
         G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1984
         Pomegranate Communications, 2014

Les Échanges malandreux
         Metacom Press, 1985

The Prune People II
         Albondocani Press, 1985

The Improvable Landscape
        Albondocani Press, 1986

The Raging Tide
        Beaufort Books, 1987
        Peter Weed Books, 1995?

 Menaced Objects
        1989 – 16 postcards in illustrated envelope

Tragédies topiares
        1989 – 12 postcards in illustrated envelope

The Helpless Doorknob
        1989 – 20 cards and leaflet in box

Q.R.V. Anne & David Bromer, 1989
         The Fantod Press, 1990 – as The Universal Solvent

The Dripping Faucet
         Metacom Press, 1989

The Fraught Settee
         The Fantod Press, 1990

The Stupid Joke
         The Fantod Press, 1990

The Tuning Fork
         The Fantod Press, 1990

 Whatever Next?
         1990 – 12 postcards in illustrated envelope

 La Balade troublante
          The Fantod Press, 1991

Two Novels. The Fantod Press, 1992 – in white envelope
     The Grand Passion
     The Doleful Domesticity

The Betrayed Confidence
         Parnassus Imprints 1992

The Floating Elephant / The Dancing Rock. 1993

The Pointless Book
          The Fantod Press, 1993

Figbash Acrobate
          The Fantod Press, 1994

The Retrieved Locket. 
           The Fantod Press, 1994

The Unknown Vegetable. 
           The Fantod Press, 1995

Q.R.V. Unwmkd. Imperf. 1996 – 12 postcards in illustrated envelope

Q.R.V. Hikuptah 1996 – 12 postcards in illustrated envelope

Thoughtful Alphabet No. 2 (Answer bells) 1996 – broadside

Thoughtful Alphabet No. 3 (Arise betimes) 1996 – broadside

 Thoughtful Alphabet No. 4 (Always burn correspondence) 1996 – broadside

Thoughtful Alphabet No. 10 (Allegations) 1996 – broadside

Thoughtful Alphabet No. 14 (Aurora borealis) 1996 – broadside

Thoughtful Alphabet No. 15 (Appalling banalities) 1996 – broadside

The Just Dessert
          The Fantod Press, 1997 

The Deadly Blotter
          The Fantod Press, 1997

The Haunted Tea-Cosy
          Harcourt Brace, 1998

The Headless Bust
          Harcourt Brace, 1999

Verse Advice
          Pomegranate Communications, 2000

Ascending Peculiarity
          Harcourt, 2001

Thoughtful Alphabet VIII (The Morning after Christmas, 4 am) Gotham Book Mart,
           2001 – broadside

Amphigorey Again
           Harcourt Brace, 2006

The New Poster Book
            Pomegranate Communications, 2009

Floating Worlds
            Pomegranate Communications, 2011

Thoughtful Alphabets
            Pomegranate Communications, 2012

A Halloween Treat
            Bloomsbury USA, 2012

Saint Melissa the Mottled
            Bloomsbury USA, 2012

The Betrayed Confidence Revisited
            Pomegranate Communications, 2014


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PART B – WORKS WITH CONTRIBUTIONS BY GOREY

Gorey’s contributions are indicated in italics.

 
Illegitimate Sonnets, by Merrill Moore. Endpaper illustrations.
          Twayne Publishers, 1950

Case-Record from a Sonnetorium, by Merrill Moore. Cartoons.
           Twayne Publishers, 1951

Clinical Sonnets, by Merrill Moore. 3rd printing. Illustrations.
           Twayne Publishers, 1952

Bleak House, by Charles Dickens. Illustrations.
           Doubleday, 1953

Look Who’s Abroad Now, by Earl Wilson. Endpaper maps.
           Doubleday, 1953

More Clinical Sonnets, by Merrill Moore. Illustrations.
           Twayne Publishers, 1953

Thérèse, by François Mauriac. Title-page illustration.
           Doubleday Anchor, 1956

The Battles that Changed History, by Fletcher Pratt. Title-page decorations and maps.
           Hanover House, 1956
           Dover Publications, 2000

The Middle of the Journey, by Lionel Trilling. Title-page illustration.
           Doubleday Anchor, 1957

 Victory, by Joseph Conrad. Title-page illustration.
           Doubleday Anchor, 1957

 A Room in Chelsea Square, by [Michael Nelson]. Title-page and chapter-head decorations.
           Doubleday, 1959

Men and Gods, by Rex Warner. Illustrations.
          Looking Glass Library, 1959
          Looking Glass Library. 196-.  New illustrations.
          Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 196-
          New York Review Books, 2008

The Haunted Looking Glass, chosen by Edward Gorey. Illustrations.
          Looking Glass Library, 1959
          Avenel Books, 1984
          New York Review Books, 2001 

Adventures in Spain, by Alexandre Dumas. Title-page and chapter head decorations.
          Doubleday Anchor, 1960

The Looking Glass Book of Stories, edited by Hart Day Leavitt. Title lettering.
          Looking Glass Library, 1960

The War of the Worlds, by H.G. Wells. Illustrations.
          Looking Glass Library, 1960.
          New York Review Books, 2005

The Man Who Sang the Sillies, by John Ciardi. Illustrations.
          J.B. Lippincott, 1961 and 1978

The Comic Looking Glass, edited by Hart Day Leavitt. Decorations.
          Looking Glass Library, 1961

Quake, Quake, Quake, by Paul Dehn. Illustrations.
          Simon and Schuster, 1961

Scrap Irony, by Felicia Lamport. Illustrations.
           Houghton Mifflin, 1961

How to Cope With, by Merrill Pollack. Clip-art decorations.
            Bobbs-Merrill, 1962
            Charter Books, 1963

Pippin’s Journal, by Rohan O’Grady. Illustrations.
            Macmillan, 1962
            Second Chance Press, 1983 – as The Curse of the Montrolfes

You Read to Me, I’ll Read to You, John Ciardi. Illustrations.
            J.B. Lippincott, 1962 and 1979
            HarperTrophy, 1987 

Let’s Kill Uncle, by Rohan O’Grady. Title-page illustration.
            Macmillan, 1963

 Quail in Aspic, by Count Charles Korsetz. Title-page, chapter, and tailpiece illustrations.
             Bobbs-Merrill, 1963

Three Ladies Beside the Sea, by Rhoda Levine. Illustrations.
             Atheneum, 1963
             New York Review Children’s Collection, 2010

The Dream World of Dion McGregor, by Dion McGregor. Illustrations.
             Random House, 1964

 You Know Who, by John Ciardi. Illustrations.
             J.B. Lippincott, 1964
             Wordsong, 1991

The Recently Deflowered Girl, by Hyacinthe Phypps. Illustrations.
             Chelsea House, 1965
             Bloomsbury USA, 2009

Monster Festival, edited by Eric Protter. Illustrations.
             Vanguard Press, 1965

The King Who Saved Himself from Being Saved, by John Ciardi. Illustrations.
              J.B. Lippincott, 1965

Alvin Steadfast on Vernacular Island, by Frank Jacobs. Illustrations.
              Dial Press, 1965
              Taplinger Publishing, 1979

Cultural Slag, by Flecia Lamport. Illustrations.
              Houghton Mifflin, 1966

The Monster Den, by John Ciardi. Illustrations.
              J.B. Lippincott, 1966
              Wordsong, 1991

The Adventures of Gremlin, by DuPre Jones. Illustrations.
              J.B. Lippincott, 1966
              Pomegranate Communications, 2013

The First Part of the History of King Henry the Fourth, by William Shakespeare.
             Title-page illustration.
             Bobbs-Merrill, 1967

 Son of the Martini Cookbook, by Jane Trahey and Daren Pierce. Illustrations.
             Clovis Press, 1967

The Witches’ Bridge, by Barbee Oliver Carleton. Title-page illustration.
             Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967

 The Christmas Bower, by Polly Redford. Illustrations.
             E.P. Dutton, 1967

Brer Rabbit and His Tricks, by Ennis Rees. Illustrations.
            Young Scott Books, 1967
            Hopscotch Books, 1988
            Hyperion Paperbacks for Children, 1994

 The 14th Dragon, by James E. Seidelman and Grace Mintonye. Illustration.
            Harlin Quist, 1968

He Was There from the Day We Moved In, by Rhoda Levine. Illustrations.
            Harlin Quist, 1968
            New York Review Children’s Collection, 2012

 The Tragedy of Macbeth, by William Shakespeare. Title-page illustration.
            Bobbs-Merrill, 1968

The Jumblies, by Edward Lear. Illustrations.
            Young Scott Books, 1968
            Adama Books, 1986
            Pomegranate Communications, 2010

The Very Fine Clock, by Muriel Spark. Illustrations.
            Alfred A. Knopf, 1968

More of Brer Rabbit’s Tricks, by Ennis Rees. Illustrations.
            Young Scott Books, 1968
            Hopscotch Books, 1989
            Hyperion Paperbacks for Children, 1994

Cobweb Castle, by Jan Wahl. Illustrations.
            Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968 and 1971

Hauntings, edited by Henry Mazzeo. Illustrations.
            Doubleday, 1968

The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, by William Shakespeare. Title-page illustration.
            Bobbs-Merrill, 1969

 Donald and the …, by Peter F. Neumeyer. Illustrations.
            Addison-Wesley, 1969
            Capra Press, 1983
            Henry N. Abrams, 2004

The Dong with a Luminous Nose, by Edward Lear. Illustrations.
            Young Scott Books, 1969
            Adama Books, 1986
            Pomegranate Communications, 2010

Merry, Rose, and Christmas-Tree June, by Doris Orgel. Illustrations.
            Alfred A. Knopf, 1969
            Scholastic Book Services, 1970

At the Top of My Voice, by Felice Holman. Illustrations.
            W.W. Norton, 1970
            Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1976

Penny Candy, by Edward Fenton. Illustrations.
            Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1970 and 1972 

Someone Could Win a Polar Bear, by John Ciardi. Illustrations.
            J.B. Lippincott, 1970
            Wordsong, 1993 and 2002

Sam and Emma, by Donald Nelsen. Illustrations.
             Parents’ Magazine Press, 1971

Two Early Stories, by Ronald Firbank. Illustrations.
             Albondocani Press, 1971

Miss Clafooty and the Demon, by J. David Townsend. Illustrations.
             Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1971
             Dell Publishing, 1976

Lions and Lobsters and Foxes and Frogs, by Ennis Rees. Illustrations.
             Young Scott Books, 1971

The Shrinking of Treehorn, by Florence Parry Heide. Illustrations.
             Holiday House, 1971 and 1992
             Dell Publishing, 1979

The Salt Herring, by Charles Cros. Illustrations.
             Gotham Book Mart, 1971

The Best of National Lampoon #3The Disrespectful Summons.
             National Lampoon, 1972

Red Riding Hood, retold by Beatrice Schenk de Regniers. Illustrations.
             Atheneum, 1972
             Macmillan Publishing, 1990

Art of The Times, edited by Jean-Claude Suarès. Illustrations.
             Universe Books, 1973

The Indignant Years, edited by Harrison E. Salisbury. Illustrations.
             Crown Publishers, 1973

Extraordinary Realities, by Robert Doty. Preface.
             Whitney Museum of American Art, 1973

The National Lampoon Encyclopedia of HumorThe Chinese Obelisks and The Lost Lions.
             National Lampoon, 1973

The Tragedy of King Lear, by William Shakespeare. Title-page illustration.
             Bobbs-Merrill, 1973

Story Poems 1, edited by Peter Neumeyer and Robert Pierce. Illustrations.
             Houghton Mifflin, 1973

Story Poems 2, edited by Peter Neumeyer and Robert Pierce. Illustrations.
             Houghton Mifflin, 1973

The Best of National Lampoon #4The Happy Ending.
             National Lampoon, 1973

 Jack the Giant-KillerIllustrations.
             Scholastic Magazines, 1973

Limericks, edited by Betty Jane Wagner. Illustrations.
             Houghton Mifflin, 1973

The House with a Clock in Its Walls, by John Bellairs. Illustrations.
             Dial Press, 1973
             Dell Publishing, 1974
             Puffin Books, 1993 and 2004

Rumpelstiltskin, retold by Edith H. Tarcov. Illustrations.
             Scholastic Book Services, 1973
             Scholastic, 197-

The Ballad of Barnaby, by W.H. Auden. Illustrations.
             Gotham Book Mart, 1973 – broadside

The Tragedy of Othello the Moor of Venice, by William Shakespeare. Title-page illustration.
             Bobbs-Merrill, 1974

Instant Lives, by Howard Moss. Illustrations.
             Saturday Review Press, 1974
             Avon, 1976 

Phantasmagorey, by Clifford Ross. Illustrations.
            Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, 1974

The Rats of Rutland Grange, by Edmund Wilson. Illustrations.
             Gotham Book Mart, 1974

A Clutch of Vampires, by Raymond T. McNally. Illustrations.
             New York Graphic Society, 1974
             Bell Publishing, 197-

V.R. Lang Poems & PlaysIllustrations.
             Random House, 1975 

The Story of Harold, by Terry Andrews. Illustrations.
              Equinox Books, 1975

 Limericks for Book WeekIllustrations.
              Children’s Book Council, 1976

Nuns, by Terence Winch. Title-page illustration.
              Wyrd Press, 1976

The Peanut Cookbook, by Dorothy C. Frank. Title-page illustration.
              Clarkson N. Potter, 1976

Self-Portrait, compiled by Burt Britton. Illustration.
              Random House, 1976

Gorey X 3, by Edward Lear and Peter F. Neumeyer. Illustrations.
              Addison-Wesley Publishing,   1976

Cat Catalog, edited by Judy Fireman. Diptych.
              Workman Publishing, 1976

The Notebooks of Raymond Chandler and English Summer, by Raymond Chandler. Illustrations.
              Ecco Press, 1976
              Harper, 2007

All Strange Away, by Samuel Beckett. Illustrations.
              Gotham Book Mart, 1976

Belle, by Michael Stewart. Title-page illustration.
              Macmillan Publishing, 1977

Conversations with Writers, volume 1. Interview.
              Gale Research, 1977

Murder Ink [I], compiled by Dilys Winn. Title-page illustration.
              Workman Publishing, 1977

Artists’ Christmas Cards, compiled by Steven Heller. Christmas cards.
              A & W Publishers, 1979
              Simon and Schuster, 1981

Gorey Games, designed by Larry Evans. Illustrations.
              Troubador Press, 1979

Murderess Ink, compiled by Dilys Winn. Neglected Murderesses postcards.
              Workman Publishing, 1979

 Dark Forces, edited by Kirby McCauley. The Stupid Joke.
              Viking Press, 1980
              Bantam Books, 1981
              New American Library, 1989
              Lonely Road Books, 2006

What Nigel Knew, by Evan Field. ‘Head shot.’
              Clarkson N. Potter, 1981

Treehorn’s Treasure, by Florence Parry Heide. Illustrations.
              Holiday House, 1981

Saki Stories, by [H.H. Munro]. Illustrations.
              Franklin Library, 1982
              New York Review Books, 2013

Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, by T.E. Eliot. Illustrations.
             Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1982

Irene, Good-Night, by D.R. Bensen. Frontispiece.
             Targ Editions, 1982

Light Metres, by Felicia Lamport. Illustrations.
             Everest House Publishers, 1982
             Perigee Books, 1983

Gorey Cats Paper DollsIllustrations.
             Troubador Press, 1982

The Curse of the Blue Figurine, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece.
             E.P. Dutton, 1983
             Bantam Skylark Book, 1984
             Puffin Books, 1996 and 2004

 The Adventures of Treehorn, by Florence Parry Heide. Illustrations.
            Dell Publishing, 1983 

The Mummy, the Will, and the Crypt, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece and maps.
            E.P. Dutton, 1983
            Bantam Skylark Book, 1985
            Puffin Books, 1996 and 2004

Treehorn’s Wish, by Florence Parry Heide. Illustrations.
            Holiday House, 1984

Murder Ink [II], compiled by Dilys Winn. Title-page illustration and alphabet.
            Workman Publishing, 1984

The Dark Secret of Weatherend, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece.
             E.P. Dutton, 1984
             Bantam Skylark Book, 1986
             Puffin Books, 1997

The Spell of the Sorcerer’s Skull, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece.
             E.P. Dutton, 1984
             Bantam Skylark Book, 1985
             Puffin Books, 1997 and 2004

Cape Cod Pilot, by Josef Berger (Jeremiah Digges). Foreword.
             Northeastern University Press, 1985

Freshwater, by Virginia Woolf. Illustrations.
             Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1985

Instant Lives & More, by Howard Moss. Illustrations.
             Ecco Press, 1985 and 1999

The Revenge of the Wizard’s Ghost, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece and map.
             Dial Books for Young Readers, 1985
             Bantam Skylark, 1986
             Puffin Books, 1997 

The New York Review Quiz BookIllustrations.
             Crown Publishers, 1986

The Eyes of the Killer Robot, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece.
             Dial Books for Young Readers, 1986
             Bantam Skylark, 1987
             Puffin Books, 1998

The Silent Executioner, by Marcel Allain and Pierre Souvestre. Introduction.
             William Morrow, 1987

Beginning to End, by Samuel Beckett. Illustrations.
              Gotham Book Mart, 1988

The Thirty-Nine Steps, by John Buchan. Illustrations.
              Franklin Library, 1988

The Lamp from the Warlock’s Tomb, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece.
              Dial Books for Young Readers, 1988
              Bantam Skylark, 1989
              Puffin Books, 1999 

The Trolley to Yesterday, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece and map.
              Dial Books for Young Readers, 1989
              Bantam Skylark, 1990
              Puffin Books, 1998 and 2004

The Chessmen of Doom, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece.
              Dial Books for Young Readers, 1989
              Bantam Skylark, 1991
              Puffin Books, 2000

The Return of Bingo Bumpage, by Paul Theroux. Frontispiece.
              Sheila Donnelly & Associates, 1990

Treehorn Times Three, by Florence Parry Heide. Illustrations.
              Yearling Book, Dell Publishing, 1992

The Mansion in the Mist, by John Bellairs. Frontispiece.
              Dial Books for Young Readers, 1992
              Puffin Books, 1993, 1999, and 2004

The Lollipop Trollops, by Alexander Theroux. Title-page illustration.
              Dalkey Archive Press, 1992

AllegroFigbash Dances.
              School of American Ballet, 1993

The Ghost in the Mirror, by John Bellairs, completed by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
              Dial Books for Young Readers, 1993
              Puffin Books, 1994

The Cat on My Shoulder, by Lisa Angowski Rogak. Gorey’s cats.
              Longmeadow Press, 1993
              Avon Books, 1994

The Vengeance of the Witch-Finder, by John Bellairs, completed by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
              Dial Books for Young Readers, 1993
              Puffin Books, 1995

The Twelve Terrors of Christmas, by John Updike. Illustrations.
              Gotham Book Mart, 1993
              Pomegranate Communications, 2006

The Drum, the Doll, and the Zombie, by John Bellairs, completed by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
              Dial Books for Young Readers, 1994
              Puffin Books, 1997 and 2004

Who’s Writing This? edited by Daniel Halpern. A Penchant for Pseudonyms.
              Ecco Press, 1995 and 2009

Logophiles Orgy, by Lewis Burke Frumkes. Favorite word.
               Delacorte Press, 1995

Costumes by Karinska, by Toni Bentley. Foreword.
               Harry N. Abrams, 1995

Purr…, edited by Michael J. Rosen. Gorey and his cat.
               Harcourt Brace, 1996

The Doom of the Haunted Opera, by John Bellairs, completed by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
               Dial Books for Young Readers, 1995
               Puffin Books, 1998

Cape Cod’s Cockiest Crook, by Robert Vickrey. Title-page illustration.
               Crystal Associates, 1996

Dracula, by Bram Stoker. Illustrations.
               Barnes & Noble, 1996, 2000, and 2004

The World of Edward Gorey, by Clifford Ross and Karen Wilkin. Illustrations.
               Harry N. Abrams, 1996

The Hand of the Necromancer, by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
               Dial Books for Young Readers, 1996
               Puffin Books, 1998 and 2000

Goreyography, by Henry Toledano. Illustrations.
               Word Play Publications, 1996

Mystery! by Ron Miller. Illustrations.
               KQED Books, 1996

Amorous Nightmares of Delay, by Frank O’Hara. Illustrations.
               Johns Hopkins University Press, 1997

Heather Bragington-SmithPersonal note.
               Decal Publishing, 1997 

The Bell, the Book, and the Spellbinder, by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
               Dial Books for Young Readers, 1997
               Puffin Books, 2000

The Best of John Bellairs, by John Bellairs. Illustrations.
               Barnes & Noble, 1998

The Specter from the Magician’s Museum, by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
               Dial Books for Young Readers, 1998
               Puffin Books, 2001 and 2004

The Wrath of the Grinning Ghost, by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
               Dial Books for Young Readers, 1999
               Puffin Books, 2000

The Beast under the Wizard’s Bridge, by Brad Strickland. Frontispiece.
               Dial Books for Young Readers, 2000
               Puffin Books, 2002

The Wolves of Willoughby Chase, by Joan Aiken. Title-page illustration.
               Delacorte Press, 2000

The House with a Clock in its Walls / The Ghost in the Mirror, by John Bellairs and Brad 
                Strickland. Illustrations and frontispiece.
                Puffin Books, 2002

Cautionary Tales for Children, by Hilaire Belloc. Illustrations.
                Harcourt, 2002

The Paris Review Book of… The Admonitory Hippopotamus.
                Picador, 2003

 Elephant House, by Kevin McDermott. Illustrations.
                Pomegranate Communications, 2003

The Best of John Bellairs: the Johnny Dixon Mysteries, by John Bellairs. Frontispieces.
                 Dial Books, 2005

The Treehorn Trilogy [I], by Florence Parry Heide. Illustrations.
                 Harry N. Abrams, 2006

The Art of TV Guide, by Jerry Alten. Illustrations.
                 Bangzoom Publications, 2007

F is for Fantods, by Edward Bradford. Title-page illustration and frontispiece.
                 Edward Gorey House, 200

Elegant Enigmas, by Karen Wilkin. Illustrations.
                 Pomegranate Communications, 2009

Three Classic Children’s Stories, retold by James Donnelly. Illustrations.
                 Pomegranate Communications, 2010

The Treehorn Trilogy [II], by Florence Parry Heide. Illustrations. (3 volumes in slipcase)
                 Pomegranate Communications, 2011

Looking for Edward Gorey. Illustrations. 
                 University of Hawai’i Art Gallery, 2011

The Donald Storiesby Peter F. Neumeyer. Illustrations. (2 volumes in slipcase)
                 Pomegranate Communications, 2012

The Unrest-Cure, by Saki [H.H. Munro]. Illustrations.
                 New York Review Books, 2013