Autobiographical Stories by Mary Grant Bruce

AutobiographicalAutobiographical Stories

Some of Mary Grant Bruce’s writings were autobiographical.  That means she wrote about herself, wholly or partly.  Her main writings of this type are:

How I became a Writer.  The magazine Woman’s World published this in  July 1924.

My Favourite Book, broadcast on the ABC Women’s Session, 1950.

The High Sheriff’s Table, which is now in The Whittakers StoryBlackwood’s Magazine first published this humorous tale in July 1937.

The Peculiar Honeymoon, first published in Blackwood’s Magazine, April 1940.  It was republished in the anthology of the same name in 1986 (now out of print).

If you want to find out about the main books that other people have written about Mary Grant Bruce’s life, you can see details about her biographies here.

The Trustee of The Mary Grant Bruce Family Trust owns the extant copyrights on Mary Grant Bruce’s short stories.

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