KELLER Memento STORIES

The Worm, 1927, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, March 1929.
The Revolt of the Pedestrians, 1927, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, February 1928.
The Little Husbands, July, 1928;
The Dogs of Salem, September, 1928;
The Yeast Men, 1928, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, April 1928.
The Psychophonic Nurse, 1928, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, November 1928.
A Biological Experiment, 1928, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, June 1928.
The Damsel and her Cat, April, 1929;
The Jelly Fish, 1928, by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company, for Weird Tales, January 1929.
The Boneless Horror, , 1929, by Gernsback Publications, Inc. for Science Wonder Stories, July, 1929. Reprinted in Startling Stories, November, 1941. Reprinted by permission of Leo Margulies and Standard Magazines
The Flying Fool, 1929, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, July 1929.
Creation Unforgivable, 1930, by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company, for Weird Tales, April 1930.
The Ivy War, 1930, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, May 1930.
The Cerebral Library, , 1931, by Teck Publications for Amazing Stories, May, 1931. Reprinted by permission of Raymond A. Palmer and Ziff-Davis Publications
Free as the Air, 1931, by E. P. Company, Inc., for Amazing Stories, June 1931.
No More Tomorrows, , 1932, by Teck Publications for Amazing Stories, December, 1932. Reprinted by permission of Raymond A. Palmer and Ziff-Davis Publications.
The Last Magician, May, 1932;
Air Lines, 1932, by Experimenter Publications, for Amazing Stories.
The Pent House, 1932, by Experimenter Publications, for Amazing Stories.
The Thing in the Cellar, 1932, by The Popular Fiction Publishing Company, for Weird Tales. 1952, by David H. Keller, for Tales from Underwood.
A Piece of Linoleum, 1933, by Sun Publications, for Ten Story Book. 1952, by David H. Keller, for Tales from Underwood.
Unto Us a Child Is Born, , 1933, by Teck Publications for Amazing Stories, July, 1933. Reprinted by permission of Raymond A. Palmer and Ziff-Davis Publications.
The Doorbell, 1934, by Gernsback Publications, Inc., for Wonder Stones, June 1934.
The Dead Woman, 1934, by Julius Schwartz, for Fantasy Magazine. 1939, by Better Publications, Inc., for Strange Stories. 1952, by David H. Keller, for Tales from Underwood.
The Literary Corkscrew, 1934, by Gernsback Publications, Inc., for Wonder Stories, March 1934;
The Golden Bough, 1935, by Fantasy Publications, for Marvel Tales, Vol. I, No. 3, 1935;
The White City, 1935, by Teck Publications, Inc., for Amazing Stories.
Dust in the House, 1938, by Weird Tales, for Weird Tales.
The Thirty and One, , 1938, by Postal Publications for Marvel Science Stories, November, 1938. Reprinted by permission of Martin Goodman and Manvis Publications, Inc.
Valley of Bones, January, 1938;
Tiger Cat, 1938, by the Popular Fiction Publishing Company, for Weird Tales, July 1938.
The Red Death, 1941, by Cosmic Stories.
The Moon Artist, 1941, by Albing Publications for Stirring Science Stories, June 1941.
The Goddess of Zion, January,1941;
The Bridle, 1942, by Weird Tales, for Weird Tales, September 1942.
Death of the Kraken, March, 1942;
Bindings Deluxe, January, 1943 (reprinted from Marvel Tales, May, 1934).
The Door, 1949, by August Derleth, for The Arkham Sampler, Summer 1949.
Chasm of Monsters, from It, 1951.
The Folsom Flint, from Chuvna, 1952.
Sarah, from Grotesque, 1952.
Fingers in the Sky, from Utopian, 1952.
The Golden Key, 1953, by Destiny.
Heredity, printed by permission of David H. Keller, M.D.
The Face in the Mirror, printed by permission of David H. Keller, M.D.