Entry updated 15 March 2021. Tagged: Author, House name.
A House Name for the Frank Tousey publishing firm, used in the late nineteenth century for boys' fiction in several genres, including mysteries and Westerns as well as sf. Of most sf interest were the Frank Reade, Jr. tales (see Frank Reade Library; Luis Senarens) and the slightly later Jack Wright tales (see Luis Senarens). Authors whose sf work appeared as by "Noname" include Francis Worcester Doughty, Harry Enton, Senarens, and possibly Cecil Burleigh and Frederic Van Rensselaer Dey. [EFB/DRL]
see also: Dime-Novel SF.
- The Steam Man of the Plains; Or, the Terror of the West (New York: Frank Reade Library, 1892) by Harry Enton [chap: Frank Reade: pb/]
- Frank Reade and His Steam Horse (New York: Frank Reade Library, 1892) by Harry Enton [chap: first appeared 1876 The Boys of New York: Frank Reade: pb/]
- Frank Reade and His Steam Team (New York: Frank Reade Library, 1893) by Harry Enton [chap: first appeared 1880 The Boys of New York as by Harry Enton: Frank Reade: pb/]
- "Where?": Or, Washed into an Unknown World (New York: Pluck and Luck, 1902) by Francis Worcester Doughty [first appeared in 1889-1890 in The Boys of New York as by Robert Maynard: pb/]
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