Booklist – Anthologies

 AuthorTitlePublisherLocationYear Notes
Anon. (Ed.)The Golden ReciterSeeley & Co.London1906
Introduction by Cairns James.
T S Eliot (Ed.)A Choice of Kipling's VerseFaberLondon1941
With an introductory essay
Griffith, Ernest and Kilmer, Kenton (Eds.)The Congressional AnthologyUniversity PressWashington DC

Poems selected by Senators and Members of the House of Representatives.
Harris, BrianTheTwo-sided ManCreateSpace North Charlestone, South Carolina 2014
A selection of the short stories of Rudyard Kipling
Harris, BrianThe Surprising Mr KiplingCreateSpace North Charlestone, South Carolina 2015
An anthology and re-assessment of the poetry of Rudyard Kipling
Hyne, C.J.Cutcliffe (Ed.)For Britain's SoldiersMethuenLondon1900

Johnson, Rob (Ed.)Short LinesSt. Martin's PressNew York City1996
'A Collection of Classic American Railway Stories'. Illustrated by Don Hazlitt.
Keating, Peter (Ed.)Working Class Stories of the 1890sRoutledge Kegan & PaulLondon1971
Stories by Kipling, Gissing, Henry Nevinson, St. John Adcock et al.
Keating, Peter (Ed.)Rudyard Kipling Selected Poems Penguin ClassicsLondon2001

Kemp, Sandra, and Lewis, Lisa (Eds.)Writings on WritingCambridge University PressCambridge1996
Kipling on writing and writers
Kilmer, KentonEditor. See Ernest Griffith, The Congressional Anthology.




Knight, Damon (Ed.)One Hundred Years of Science FictionPanLondon1978
Includes 'With the Night Mail'.
Thomas Pinney (Ed.)Rudyard Kipling's Uncollected Speeches:
A Second Book of Words
ELT PressGreensboro, North Carolina2008
48 speeches, on various topics, to various audiences
Raine, Craig (Ed.)A Choice of Kipling's Prose Faber & Faber London1987

Roberts, David (Ed.)Minds at War - The Poetry and Experience of the First World WarSaxon BooksBurgess Hill1998
Recommended by Hugh Brogan in the KJ of September 2000 to 'all who want their prejudices confirmed'.
Rutherford, Andrew (Ed.) Early Verse by Rudyard Kipling, 1879-1889Oxford University PressOxford1986
Includes collected 'Early Verse' and
unpublished, uncollected, and rarely collected poems.
Yamada, S. (Ed.)New Selection from Eminent WritersKaibunshaTokyo1920
Editor was a professor at the Staff College.