Nat Gould

His life and books


Newspaper and Magazine Stories

As well as writing many novels, Nat Gould also published numerous stories and articles in newspapers and magazines that were never re-published in book form. They date from his days when working as a journalist in Australia, and he continued writing them after he returned to England in 1895.

They include the following:

1895 Bred on the Station
1895 Won in a Snowstorm. A Lincoln Reminiscence
1896 The Phantom Horse. A Boundary-Rider's Story
1896 The Second String. An Australian Story
1896 Caught Napping
1896 A Ride for Life
1896 The Squatters' Handicap
1896 The Lucky Winner
1896 Bless Me
1896 Under the Burning Sun
1897 Brody's Buckjumper
1897 The Wee Waa Mail Coach
1897 A Dash for the Derby. An Australian Story
1897 A Regular Bargain
1897 "Old Slow and Sure"
1897 Brody's Dog and Another
1897 The Colt by Firefly
1897 Down on His Luck
1898 Wild Will
1901 The Best of the Bargain
1904 The Squatter's Derby
1906 The Man from Back Creek
1908 A Chance Derby Mount
1908 A Double at Epsom, later published as A Triple Event
1909 An Unknown Quantity. A Derby Surprise.
1911 The Dead Certainty
1916 Tom Tempest's Tempter
1918 The Prize He Won
1918 A Triple Event
1919 The Grafter Wins