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Date

Title

Historian

Illustrator                           

Publisher, Publication Year

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THE SUPREME MASTER BRINGS FORTH THE CREATION:

THE DRAGONS, IMMORTALS, FAERIE AND OTHERS

Circa 50,000 BC

THE ORIGINAL DRAGON COMES TO AN

32,709 BC

HIERGARGO BURROWS AND BUILDS THE HOLLOW TUBE

25,096 BC

ZOG IS CREATED

Circa 20,000 BC

THE GREEN DRAGON RULES ATLANTIS

Circa 14,900 BC

DWARVES AND ELVES ARE CREATED

10,153 BC

MANKIND IS CREATED

6941 BC

THE FALL OF ATLANTIS

1774 BC

WAMMERIAN HADRAKIS (THE WIZARD WAM) IS BORN

1151 BC

QUOX THE DRAGON IS BORN

4−6 BC

THE GREAT SUNDERING/RAGNAROK

283 AD

PRINCE ANDAHAN (LATER, KING OZ ANDAHAN THE ROARER, AKA. OZROAR) IS BORN

4th Century AD

The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus

Youth

Chapter First: Burzee

Chapter Second: The Adoption

Chapter Third: Claus

Chapter Fourth: The Master Woodsman

Chapter Fifth: Claus Discovers Humanity

Chapter Sixth: Claus Leaves the Forest

 

Manhood

Chapter First: The Laughing Valley

Chapter Second: How Claus Made the First Toy

Chapter Third: How the Ryls Colored the Toys

Chapter Fourth: How Little Mayrie Became Frightened

Chapter Fifth: How Bessie Blithesome Came to the Laughing Valley

Chapter Sixth: The Wickedness of the Awgas

Chapter Seventh: The Great Battle Between Good and Evil

Chapter Eighth: The First Journey with the Reindeer

Chapter Ninth: Santa Claus

Chapter Tenth: Christmas Eve

Chapter Eleventh: How the First Stockings Were Hung by the Chimneys

Chapter Twelfth: The First Christmas Toys

 

Old Age

Chapter First: The Mantle of Immortality

Chapter Second: When the World Grew Old

Chapter Third: The Deputies of Santa Claus

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Mary Cowles Clark

Re-illustrated by Ann Dezendorf

Re-illustrated by Michael Hague

Re-illustrated by Charles Santore

Bowen-Merrill Co (1902); Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1912; early '20s); M.A. Donohue & Co. (1913; 1918-1920); Dover (1976); Willitts Designs (re-illustrated by Ann Dezendorf 1998); Henry Holt & Co. (re-illustrated by Michael Hague 2003); Running-Press Kids (re-illustrated by Charles Santore 2009); Adapted by Rankin & Bass (1985) and Universal (2000); As a graphic novel by Kitchen Sink Productions (1993)

622 AD

YEAR ONE OF THE OZIAN CALENDAR

7th-8th Century

A Kidnapped Santa Claus

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Richard Rosenblum

Re-illustrated by Mike Ploog

Re-illustrated by Alex Robinson

 

The Delineator (1904); Starkey & Henricks (1969); Adapted as a graphic novel by Mike Ploog, IT Books (1992); Adapted by Alex Robinson, HarperCollins (2009)

917

FUTURE NOME KING, ROQUAT, IS BORN TO THE THILL PRINCESS YENOH AND THE GHORN PRINCE YETSAN

KING ATO THE EIGHTH OF OCTAGON ISLE IS BORN

10th Century

THE OVARIOUS REVOLUTION BEGINS WITH THE BREAKING OF THE FIRST MAGIC EGG IN THE LAND OF AN

THE ENCHANTED PIPES OF THE ANCIENT MIMICS IS FOUND BY THE PIPER CLOMMUC IN AN

THE DUAL COURT PERIOD BEGINS IN THE LAND OF AN, AS LURLINE AND TITITI-HOOCHOO GROW ESTRANGED

THE PIPER BEGINS CREATING THE PHANFASMS FROM THOSE IN THE OUTSIDE WORLD

THE FAIRY NELEBEL PUTS THE BLORGENS INTO A THOUSAND YEAR SLEEP UNDER MT. PHANTASTICO

THE EASTERN WITCH WUNCHIE BEGINS HER CONTROL OF THE MUNCHKIN KINGS

10−12th Century

The Enchanted Island of Yew

Chapter 1: Once on a Time

Chapter 2: The Enchanted Isle

Chapter 3: The Fairy Bower

Chapter 4: Prince Marvel

Chapter 5: The King of Thieves

Chapter 6: The Troubles of Nerle

Chapter 7: The Gray Men

Chapter 8: The Fool-Killer

Chapter 9: The Royal Dragon of Spor

Chapter 10: Prince Marvel Wins His Fight

Chapter 11: The Cunning of King Terribus

Chapter 12: The Gift of Beauty

Chapter 13: The Hidden Kingdom of Twi

Chapter 14: The Ki and the Ki-Ki

Chapter 15: The High Ki of Twi

Chapter 16: The Rebellion of the High Ki

Chapter 17: The Separation of the High Ki

Chapter 18: The Rescue of the High Ki

Chapter 19: The Reunion of the High Ki

Chapter 20: Kwytoffle, the Tyrant

Chapter 21: The Wonderful Book of Magic

Chapter 22: The Queen of Plenta

Chapter 23: The Red Rogue of Dawna

Chapter 24: The Enchanted Mirrors

Chapter 25: The Adventurers Separate

Chapter 26: The End of the Year

Chapter 27: A Hundred Years Afterward

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Fanny Y. Cory

Re-illustrated by George O'Connor

Bobs-Merrill Co. (1903; 1906-1908; early '20s); M.A. Donohue & Co. (1913); Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1988); Books of Wonder (1996: re-illustrated by George O'Connor); Interactive Storybook: Available online.

13th Century

The Laughing King: A Page Out of Pumperdink History (aka. The King of Pumperdink)

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Charles J. Coll

Illustration by John R. Neill (Oz-story Magazine #6)

The Philadelphia Public Ledger (1920); Sissajig and Other Surprises, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003); As "The King of Pumperdink," Oz-story Magazine #6, Hungry Tiger Press (2000)

1227

THE WITCH QUEEN ENILRUL CURSES OZ AND CREATES MONSTERS OUT OF THE CITIZENS OF THE NONESTIC

LURLINE MODIFIES HER SISTER'S CURSE

LURLINE CREATES THE DEADLY DESERTS AROUND OZ FOR PROTECTION

LURLINE PLACES THE SPECKLED ROSE IN THE CENTER OF OZ, DESIGNATING THE FIVE QUADRANT COLORS

LURLINE GRANTS HALIDOM THE THREE GOLDEN CIRCLETS AND STEWARDSHIP OF THE FAIRY UNICORN

LURLINE PLACES KING OZ ANDAHAN THE ROARER (OZROAR) ON THE THRONE OF OZ

PRINCE PASTORIA I (LATER KING OZ) IS BORN TO OZROAR, THE BLUE EMPEROR OF OZ

SAMANDRA, CORUMBIA, CORABIA AND THE CAPITAL OF OZ ARE AFFECTED BY ENILRUL'S NO-AGING SPELL

THE WIZARD WAM GIFTS OZROAR WITH A TALKING MUG

1255

PASTORIA II IS BORN

1256

PASTORIA I IS CROWNED KING OZ; ENILRUL CORRUPTS HIM

ENILRUL DISSOLVES HERSELF IN A FOUNTAIN, CREATING THE WATERS OF OBLIVION

1265

PASTORIA II IS TAKEN BY LURLINE TO SAVE HIM FROM THE MAD KING

IN PURSUIT OF HIS SON, KING OZ DISAPPEARS FROM OZ FOR NEARLY 500 YEARS

THE FORMER KING OZ ANDAHAN (OZROAR) TAKES OVER RULE UNTIL ANOTHER CAN BE CHOSEN

13th−16th Century

Prince Silverwings and Other Fairy Tales

Prince Silver Wings

The Veiled Lady

The Sick Princess

The Ice Queen's Palace

The Golden River

The City of the Sea King

The Cloud Maidens

Edith Ogden Harrison

Illustrated by Lucy Fitch Perkins

A.C. McClurg & Co. (1902)

1400

A GOOD MAGICIAN IS CROWNED KING OZGOOD THE MAGNIFICENT. 

OZ IS INVADED BY THE WOODEN GARGOYLES, BUT DEFEATED BY OZGOOD WHO SENDS THEM OUT OF OZ

OZGOOD CREATES THE SAND SERPENT TO PATROL THE DEADLY DESERT AGAINST THREATS

1419

THE SULTAN OF SAMANDRA CONQUERS CORABIA AND CORUMBIA

1420

THE SAND SERPENT IS DRIVEN MAD BY THE EFFECTS OF THE DEADLY DESERT AND TURNS ON OZ

OZGOOD CREATES THE MAGIC FLUTE WHICH PUTS THE SERPENT TO SLEEP AND BURIES HIM UNDER THE SANDS

1489

QUEEN OZMA SHALLINA REIGNS

15th Century
The Faithless Knight Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, October 1919;  Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

1550

THE CLOUDCOURT EXPERIMENT BEGINS ACROSS THE NONESTIC AS LURLINE BREAKS MAGIC EGGS IN VARIOUS REALMS

1565

LINDA (GLINDA) IS BORN TO QUEEN GAYLETTE IN THE QUADLING COUNTRY

LINDA (GLINDA) IS TAKEN BY HER FATHER TO LIVE IN ENGLAND WHERE HER MEMORIES ARE ERASED

1582

GOOD LINDA (GLINDA) ARRIVES BY MAGIC IN OZ FROM ENGLAND

Circa 17th Century

THE SILVER SHOES OF ENILRUL ARE DISCOVERED BY THE WISE WOMAN OF THE EAST IN THE FOUNTAIN OF OBLIVION

FEAH, THE WISE WITCH OF THE NORTH, IS MURDERED BY HER SISTERS OF THE EAST AND WEST

GLINDA DISCOVERS THE FOUNTAIN OF OBLIVION AND REMEMBERS WHO SHE IS

1668

ROQUAT IS CROWNED KING OF THE NOMES IN NONESTICA

SCOWLEYOW OF MO COMES INTO POWER

The Banishment of Faleero

Nathan M. DeHoff

The Royal Publisher of Oz: Available here. Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

1700

THE WISE WOMAN OF THE EAST BEGINS CONSTRUCTION ON THE FIRST YELLOW BRICK ROAD

THE WISE WOMAN OF THE EAST IS PUT INTO AN ENCHANTED SLEEP FOR MANY YEARS

1707

ZIM GREENLEAF AND FERN ARE CREATED BY THE WIZARD WAM

1733

BINA (MOMBI) IS BORN IN THE GILLIKIN COUNTRY TO RAMANA RADGET

KING OZ (PASTORIA I) RETURNS TO OZ, TAKES BACK RULE

1740
June

BUTTON-BRIGHT IS BORN TO YADA NATCH IN THE GILLIKIN COUNTRY

1742

May

THE CLOUD KING'S ELDEST DAUGHTER IS ABDUCTED

THE FAIRY-QUEEN LURLINE BREAKS A MAGIC EGG IN THE CENTERS OF OZ AND EV

ALL ANIMALS AND SOME INSECTS BEGIN SPEAKING

KING OZ DRINKS FROM THE FOUNTAIN OF OBLIVION AND IS RESTORED TO SANITY

LURLINE CREATES THE ENCHANTED APPLES AND PLACES THE OPALOZ UNDER THE HILL OF HAMMERHEADS

THE WATERS OF OBLIVION ARE MADE TO SPREAD THROUGHOUT OZ

PASTORIA II RETURNS TO OZ WITH HIS WIFE AND BECOMES KING

LURLINE LEAVES THE FAIRY OZANA ON MT. ILLUSO TO GUARD THE MIMICS WHO LIVE THERE

THE WIZARD WAM BEGINS PLANTING FOOD AND TRAVELERS TREES

THE WIZARD WAM BRINGS THE STONE MAN CRUNCH TO LIFE

THE WIZARD WAM PETITIONS LURLINE TO GIVE IMMORTALITY TO ZIM AND FERN

The Talking Animals of Oz Joe Bongiorno Included in The Lost Tales of Oz; forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz

OZMA IS LEFT AS A BABY WITH KING PASTORIA II AND QUEEN CORDIA

1743

OZROAR ESTABLISHES HIS RULE OVER THE SOUTHERN MUNCHKIN COUNTRY IN SEEBANIA

WISP TRADES HIS TRAINED STINGING BEES TO LADY MORELLA, THE (WICKED) WITCH OF THE WEST

THE WIZARD KRIZZLE KROO HELPS LADY MORELLA, THE (WICKED) WITCH OF THE WEST, GAIN POWER

THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST ENCHANTS THE QUEEN OF THE WINKIES AND DESTROYS TOPAZ CITY

MR. TINKER AND THE CITIZENS OF TOPAZ CITY FLEE TO THE MOON

KING WILLINOS AND QUEEN NELDRA BECOME DE FACTO RULERS OF THE WINKIES

1744

The Triumph of the Wicked Witch of the West

Nathan M. DeHoff

The Royal Publisher of Oz: Available here. Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

PRINCESS PIERITA BECOMES QUEEN OF THE WINKIES UNTIL FORCED TO ABDICATE BY THE WICKED WITCH OF THE WEST

1754
The Gillikin Witches of Oz Paul Dana Forthcoming!

1759−1760

Glinda and the Red Jinn

Robert R. Pattrick

Illustrated by Bill Eubank

Oziana 1977: The International Wizard of Oz Club

1760

THE NEWLY CHRISTENED RED JINN OF EV DEFEATS RUGGEDO AND FREES THE ROYAL FAMILY OF EV

Gludwig and the Red Hair

Tales of Yot:

Page 25, paragraph 3to Page 27, paragraph 1

Page 14−25, paragraph 2

The Silver Princess in Oz:

Page 241, paragraph 3−to Page 243, paragraph 1

Page 230−241, paragraph 2

Adam Nicolai

Illustrated by Ardian Hoda

Included in The Tales of Yot; Empty-Grave Publishing (2013); originally included in The Silver Princess of Oz: The Empty-Grave Retrofit Edition (2012)

Reddy and Willing: The Adventures of Jair in Oz Nathan M. DeHoff

The Royal Publisher of Oz: Available here. Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

1764

LURLINE GOES INTO HIDING FROM HER BROTHER IN BURZEE, BUT CANNOT STAY LONG

LURLINE ABSCONDS WITH HER SECTION OF AN, TURNING IT INTO A HIDDEN REALM

TITITI-HOOCHOO'S SECTION OF THE REALM IS RENAMED THE EMPIRE OF THE FAIRY FELLOWSHIP

18th Century

AFTER HER HUSBAND, DASH VANISHES IN THE STARS, ABATHA BECOMES THE GOOD WITCH OF THE EAST

ABATHA IS FROZEN IN AN ENCHANTMENT

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Lyrical Ballads, J.&A. ARCH (1798)

The Little Prince and the Faithful Bluebird Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, April 1916; AInternational Wizard of Oz Club (2003); Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com
The Enchanted Cat Ruth Plumly Thompson King Comics, David McKay Publishing (May 1942), revised version of "Lesson from Enchanted Cat"; Philadelphia Public Ledger, November 1920; Sissajig and Other Surprises, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003)
The Sailmender of Dover Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, April 1915; Sissajig and Other Surprises, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003)
The Witch's Well Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, October 1914; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com
The Singing Monarch Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, May 1918; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

19th Century

The Collected Short Stories of L. Frank Baum

     The Runaway Shadows (aka. "A Trick of Jack Frost")

       The King Who Changed His Mind

       The Tiger's Eye

       The Diamondback

       Nelebel's Fairyland

       Juggerjook

       The Man-Fairy

       The Tramp and the Baby

       Bessie's Fairy Tale

       The Yellow Ryl

L. Frank Baum

Compiled from various sources; The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006); "The King Who Changed His Mind" was first reprinted in The Baum Bugle, Spring 1968, The International Wizard of Oz Club, and reprinted in the book The Purple Dragon and Other Fantasies, Fictioneer Books (illustrated by Tim Kirk 1976); "The King Who Changed His Mind," "The Runaway Shadows" and "Nelebel's Fairyland" were collected in The Runaway Shadows and Other Stories, by The International Wizard of Oz Club (illustrated by Bill Eubank 1980)

American Fairy Tales

       The Box of Robbers

       The Glass Dog

       The Queen of Quok

       The Girl Who Owned a Bear

       The Enchanted Types

       The Laughing Hippopotamus

       The Magic Bon Bons

       The Capture of Father Time

       The Wonderful Pump

       The Dummy That Lived

       The King of the Polar Bears

       The Mandarin and the Butterfly

       The Witchcraft of Mary-Marie

       The Ryl of the Lillies

       The Strange Adventure of an Easter Egg

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Harry Kennedy, Ike Morgan & Norman P. Hall

 

Illustrated by George Kerr (Bobbs-Merril Co.)

 

Illustrated by Tim Kirk (Fictioneer Books)

 

Illustrated by George O'Connor (Books of Wonder)

George M. Hill Co. (12 stories, 1901); Bobbs-Merrill Co. (15 stories, re-illustrated by George Kerr 1908; 1923-24); Dover (12 stories, 1978); The Purple Dragon and Other Fantasies, Fictioneer Books (4 stories, re-illustrated by Tim Kirk 1976); Books of Wonder (15 stories, re-illustrated by George O'Connor 1997); The Collected Short Stories of L. Frank Baum, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006)

Animal Fairy Tales 

       Prologue

       The Story of Jaglon (also "Jaglon and the Tiger Fairies")

       The Stuffed Alligator

       The Discontented Gopher

       The Forest Oracle

       The Enchanted Buffalo

       The Pea-Green Poodle

       The Jolly Giraffe of Jomb

       The Troubles of Pop Wombat

       The Transformation of Bayal the Porcupine

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Charles Livingston Bull

 

Illustrated by Dick Martin (The International Wizard of Oz Club)

 

Illustrated by Tim Kirk (Fictioneer Books)

 

Jaglon and the Tiger Fairies Expanded by Jack Snow & Madeline Kilpatrick

Illustrated by Dale Ulrey

 

The Discontented Gopher (South Dakota State Historical Society)

Illustrated by Carline Digby Conahan

 

The Enchanted Buffalo (South Dakota State Historical Society)

Illustrated by Donald F. Montileaux

The Delineator (nine stories, 1905); The International Wizard of Oz Club (1969, 1989, re-illustrated by Dick Martin); The Purple Dragon and Other Fantasies, Fictioneer Books (3 stories, re-illustrated by Tim Kirk 1976); Books of Wonder (1992: with original illustrations by Charles Livingston Bull); "Jaglon and the Tiger Fairies," Reilly & Lee (illustrated by Dale Ulrey, 1953); The Collected Short Stories of L. Frank Baum, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006); "The Discontented Gopher," The South Dakota State Historical Society (illustrated by Caroline Digby Conahan 2006); "The Enchanted Buffalo: A Prairie Tale," The South Dakota State Historical Society (illustrated by Donald F. Montileaux 2010)

The Wizard of Way-Up

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Marge

King Comics; David McKay Publishing  (April-December 1939); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders, The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985)

The Wizard of Way-Up and King Ripitik the Tenth

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Marge

King Comics; David McKay Publishing  (March-December 1940); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders, The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985)

The Fairy's Silver Trumpet

Ruth Plumly Thompson

The Philadelphia Public Ledger (1920); Sissajig and Other Surprises, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003); Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

The Apple-Pie Princess

Ruth Plumly Thompson

The Philadelphia Public Ledger (1914-1921); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders; The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985); Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

Land O'Patch Ruth Plumly Thompson

The Philadelphia Public Ledger (January 1921); Sissajig and Other Surprises, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003); Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

The Magic Spectacles Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, Jan-Feb 1916; Sissajig and Other Surprises, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003)
The Magic of the Secret Word Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, February, 1918; The Wonder Book; Reilly & Lee (1929), The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006)
How the Mice Folks Escaped the Gnomes Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, February 1920; The Wonder Book; Reilly & Lee (1929), The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006)
The Story of Ogre Too Thake Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, January 1917; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com
The Trees That Were Bewitched Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, July 1917; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com
The Orphan Dragon Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, June 1918; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com
The Story of the Four Orphaned Rabbits Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, June 1919; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com
The Good Little Mermaid Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, May 1919; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com
An Old Old Story Ruth Plumly Thompson The Philadelphia Public Ledger, December 1919; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

The Cobbler of Oz

Jonathan Maberry

Oz Reimagined; 47North (2012)

From Gold Hill to Butterfield

Erin Ptah (as Sailor Ptah)

Archiveofourown.org

1802

GLINDA PUTS ANGRA THE FIRST WICKED WITCH OF THE SOUTH TO SLEEP

VALYNN HIDES THE ENCHANTED APPLE TREE IN LIMBO

1818

OSCAR ZOROASTER PHADRIG ISAAC NORMAN HENKLE IMMANUEL AMBROISE DIGGS IS BORN IN OMAHA, NEBRASKA

A Missionary's Daughter in Oz Andrew Heller Forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz
CIRCA 1802 TO 1820

ANGRA'S SISTER, SINGRA, IS NAMED THE SECOND WICKED WITCH OF THE SOUTH, BUT IS UNABLE TO WREST POWER IN THE SOUTH

1820

QUADLING KING JANDOR IV FLEES FOR THE RED DESERT, LEAVING HIS ROYAL SORCERESS IN CHARGE

GLINDA BECOMES RULER OF THE QUADLINGS IN THE SOUTH

1831

GLINDA PUTS SINGRA, THE SECOND WICKED WITCH OF THE SOUTH, TO SLEEP FOR 100 YEARS

1833

THE FAIRY OMIARR IS TURNED INTO A ROSEBUSH BY AN EVIL WIZARD

1842
Gone with the Hurry-Cane Nathan DeHoff The Royal Forums of Oz

KING GIL IKEN, RULER OF THE GILLIKINS, FALLS IN LOVE WITH BELINDA THE BLUE WITCH

MOMBI TELLS KING GIL THAT IF HE MARRIES HER, THE WICKED WITCHES WILL DESTROY THEM

BELINDA IS DECEIVED BY THE BLACK GOBLIN AND FALLS INTO ICE SICKLE CITY

KING GIL GOES TO THE CAVE OF THE BLUE WITCHES TO FIND BELINDA AND IS TRANSFORMED

1843

GLINDA IS DEFEATED BY HER APPRENTICE IN A TEST OF MAGIC

MOMBI BECOMES RULER AND WICKED WITCH OF THE NORTH

MOMBI EXACTS TRIBUTE FROM THE NORTHERN KINGDOMS, BUT ALLOWS THEM THEIR AUTONOMY

MOMBI DEFEATS MALEEMA, THE HEAD GILLIKIN WITCH OF WITCHVILLE, IN A CONTEST OF MAGIC

MOMBI CURSES THE KING AND KINGDOM OF PILGOFT AFTER THEY ATTEMPT TO DECEIVE HER

1853

SHERLOCK HOLMES IN BORN

1860

EMPEROR CHANGE WANG WOE IS TURNED INTO A CROCUS ON THE SILVER ISLAND

A PROPHECY INDICATES THAT WHOEVER TOUCHES THE BEANPOLE WILL RECEIVE THE EMPEROR'S SPIRIT

1862

PRINCE EVOLDO BECOMES THE KING OF EV

KING EVOLDO IS SOON KNOWN AS THE MAD KING OF EV

1863

The Hollyhock Dolls in Oz

Part I: The Brownies

Chapter 1: How the Hollyhock Dolls Came to Be

Chapter 2: Snow

Chapter 3: The Shamaness of the Last Secret Mound

Phyllis Ann Karr

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (2004)

1866

PRINCESS LANGWIDERE OF EV IS BORN

1870

THE JINXLAND WITCH BLINKIE BECOMES THE THIRD WICKED WITCH OF THE SOUTH

1871

THE FOUR WICKED WITCHES LEAGUE TOGETHER TO DEPOSE THE ROYAL FAMILY

MOMBI TESTS HER SWITCHEROO SPELL ON PRINCESS SHARON VIOLET OF VIOLA

MOMBI HEADS TO CYRUNE IN ORDER TO STEAL THE WISHING HORN OF THE WIZARD WAM

MOMBI PERFORMS A SWITCHEROO SPELL ON PRINCESS OUNEVE AND A RIVAL WITCH

MOMBI ABDUCTS KING OZ PASTORIA I

MOMBI ENCHANTS KING OZ PASTORIA II, QUEEN CORDIA, AND PAJUKA THE PRIME MINISTER

MOMBI IS DEPOSED BY LOCASTA, THE GOOD WITCH OF THE NORTH

GLINDA DEFEATS BLINKIE, THE THIRD WICKED WITCH OF THE SOUTH

 BY ORDER OF THE DWARF KING OF SNOW MOUNTAIN A BLUE DRAGON FREEZES CRYSTAL CITY

THE COWARDLY LION IS BORN

OSCAR DIGGS ARRIVES IN OZ

How the Wizard Came to Oz: The True Origin of the Wizard of Oz

Pages 140

Donald Abbott

Illustrated by Donald Abbott

Comic Fury, 2016; the third of three adaptations of this story; the first: Oziana 1976, "How the Wizard Came to Oz and What He Did There," The International Wizard of Oz Club; the second: How the Wizard Came to Oz, Books of Wonder, 1991.

The Way of a Lion

Pages 115 (booklet version)

Pages 4143, par. 6 (Oziana version)

Jared Davis

Illustrated by Sam Milazzo

Saladin Press, 2014; Oziana 2013, The International Wizard of Oz Club

THE FATHER OF THE COWARDLY LION IS MADE THE SENTINEL OF QUELALA IN THE GILLIKIN COUNTRY

How the Wizard Came to Oz: The True Origin of the Wizard of Oz

Pages 4043

Donald Abbott

Illustrated by Donald Abbott

Comic Fury, 2016; the third of three adaptations of this story; the first: Oziana 1976, "How the Wizard Came to Oz and What He Did There," The International Wizard of Oz Club; the second: How the Wizard Came to Oz, Books of Wonder, 1991.

The Way of a Lion

Pages 16end (booklet version)

Pages 43, par. 7end (Oziana version)

Jared Davis

Illustrated by Sam Milazzo

Saladin Press, 2014; Oziana 2013, The International Wizard of Oz Club

How the Wizard Came to Oz: The True Origin of the Wizard of Oz

Pages 44end

Donald Abbott

Illustrated by Donald Abbott

Comic Fury, 2016; the third of three adaptations of this story; the first: Oziana 1976, "How the Wizard Came to Oz and What He Did There," The International Wizard of Oz Club; the second: How the Wizard Came to Oz, Books of Wonder, 1991.

1873

PRINCESS LANGWIDERE LOSES HER HEAD TO KING EVOLDO

THE KING OF EV GIVES HER TWO OTHERS TO WEAR

The Malevolent Mannequin of Oz (flashback portion only)

Joe Bongiorno

Illustrated by David Bishop

Oziana 2015; The International Wizard of Oz Club
1879

SMITH & TINKER INVENT TIK-TOK

1880

OZ GETS ELECTRICITY

1882

MOMBI COMES ACROSS HERBY THE MEDICINE MAN, AND LIQUEFIES AND BOTTLES HIM

REE ALA BAD'S FATHER, KING SHAMRAS BAD, WRESTS CONTROL OF SEEBANIA FROM OZROAR FOR A TIME

THE KING OF SEEBANIA SHOOTS AND KILLS NAMYL THE GUMP

THE RESIDENTS OF TOWNSVILLE SHOOT WITH ARROWS THE YOUNG GIANT ORLANDO WHO PLAYS TOO NEAR

1883

OZROAR WINS BACK CONTROL OF SEEBANIA

KING EVOLDO OF EV MARRIES PRINCESS BEVINA OF BOBOLAND, WHO BECOMES QUEEN EVRALINE

1886

PRINCE EVARDO IS BORN TO KING EVOLDO AND QUEEN EVRALINE

1887

PRINCESS ORIN AND PRINCE CHEERIOBED WED

THE MUNCHKIN KING IS ABDUCTED BY MOMBI

PRINCE CHEERIOBED BECOMES KING OF THE MUNCHKINS

BABY TIPPETARIUS OF LOSTLAND IS BORN AND ENCHANTED INTO A GIRL BY MOMBI

BABY OZMA IS ENCHANTED INTO A BOY BY MOMBI

1890

PRINCE PHILADOR IS BORN TO QUEEN ORIN AND KING CHEERIOBED

1891

BETSY BOBBIN IS BORN

1892

PRINCE POMPADORE IS BORN

OZROAR BRINGS THE ELEPHANT KABUMPO TO HIS BROTHER KING POMPUS OF PUMPERDINK

AT POMPADORE'S CHRISTENING, OZROAR IS ENCHANTED BY MOMBI

SHAMRAS BAD TAKES BACK RULE OF SEEBANIA

MOMBI PERFORMS A SWITCHEROO SPELL ON QUEEN ORIN AND THE GOOD WITCH LOCASTA

MOMBI INSTALLS THE CREATURE QUIBERON IN LAKE ORIZON, CUTTING OFF THE MUNCHKIN RULERS

MOMBI IS DEFEATED BY THE NEW GOOD WITCH OF THE NORTH

THE WIZARD PAYS THREE VISITS TO MOMBI IN HER NEW HUT, THE THIRD BRINGS HER A ONE-YEAR OLD BABY OZMA, WHO BEGINS GROWING

MOMBI MAKES A TIGER HUNGRY

OZMARA (MORROW), THE CAPITOL OF OZ, IS DESTROYED BY THE WICKED WITCHES

THE WIZARD MOVES INTO THE NEWLY COMPLETED EMERALD CITY AND UNITES THE FOUR QUADRANTS

GLINDA FINDS THE GREAT BOOK OF RECORDS IN HER CASTLE

DOROTHY GALE IS BORN

The Mothers of Oz

Paul Dana

Illustrated by Teresa Jenellen

Included in The Law of Oz and Other Stories; The Royal Publisher of Oz (2013)

1893

MAYRE "TROT" GRIFFITHS IS BORN IN THE AUTUMN

DR. OZWALD PIPT, THE CROOKED MAGICIAN, BEGINS MAKING HIS FIRST BATCH OF POWDER OF LIFE

ROQUAT THE NOME KING ABDUCTS DANIEL WILLIAM ("WIGGY") MANN FROM A COLORADO MINE

ROQUAT PLOTS TO CONQUER GLINDA, BUT THE QUADLING WITCH HERMOZA INFORMS HER

GLINDA TURNS ROQUAT INTO A LIZARD AND SENDS HIM BACK TO EV

Spring
The Oz Illustrator: How Art Saved the Wizard of Oz Donald Abbott The Baum Bugle, Spring 2015; The International Wizard of Oz Club

Fionna Freckles, the First and Foremost

Part I

W. Randy Hoffman

Forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz

1895

The Magical Monarch of Mo (aka. A New Wonderland)

The First Surprise: The Beautiful Valley of Mo

The Second Surprise: The Strange Adventures of the King's Head

The Third Surprise: The Tramp Dog and the Monarch's Lost Temper

The Fourth Surprise: The Peculiar Pains of Fruit Cake Island

The Fifth Surprise: The Monarch Celebrates His Birthday

The Sixth Surprise: King Scowleyow and His Cast-Iron Man

The Seventh Surprise: Timtom and the Princess Pattycake

The Eighth Surprise: The Bravery of Prince Jollikin

The Ninth Surprise: The Wizard and the Princess

The Tenth Surprise: The Duchess Bredenbutta's Visit to Turvyland

The Eleventh Surprise: Prince Fiddlecumdoo and the Giant

The Twelfth Surprise: The Land of Civilized Monkeys

The Thirteenth Surprise: The Stolen Plum-Pudding

The Fourteenth Surprise: The Punishment of the Purple Dragon

L. Frank Baum 

Illustrated by Frank Ver Beck

Re-illustrated by Evelyn Copelman

Re-illustrated by Tim Kirk

Written in 1896; As A New Wonderland: R.H. Russell (1900); As The Magical Monarch of Mo,  Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1903; early '20s; re-illustrated by Evelyn Copelman 1947); M.A. Donahue (1913); Dover (1968); Chapters 2, 5, 9 and 11 are included in The Purple Dragon and Other Fantasies, Fictioneer Books (re-illustrated by Tim Kirk 1976);

1896

THE TIN WOODMAN RUSTS IN THE GREAT MUNCHKIN FOREST

PRINCE CYAN OF THE BLUE MOUNTAIN DISAPPEARS

PRINCESS OUNEVE AWAKENS FROM MOMBI'S SPELL IN EV AND HEADS TO CYRUNE

NEVOU BECOMES THE ROYAL SORCERESS OF CYRUNE

1897

OJO IS BORN TO QUEEN ISOMERE IN SEEBANIA AND KEPT HIDDEN FOR A TIME

Mother Goose in Prose

       Little Bun Rabbit

L. Frank Baum 

Illustrated by Maxfield Parrish

Way and Williams (1897); Duckworth & Co. (1899); George M. Hill Co. (1901); Bobbs-Merrill Co. (1905, 1920); Bounty Books (1974, 1986); Dover (2002); Kessinger (2002); The Collected Short Stories of L. Frank Baum, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006)

1898

June

Zauberlinda the Wise Witch

Chapter 1: Annie's Home

Chapter 2: Annie's Friends and Pets

Chapter 3: The Rescue of the Young Prairie Dog

Chapter 4: Pete Pumpernickel Tells About the Fairies

Chapter 5: Annie's Seventh Birthday

Chapter 6: The Prairie Dog Sings a Funny Song

Chapter 7: Annie is Taken to the Gnome King's Palace

Chapter 8: Annie Meets King Goldemar

Chapter 9: Annie is Shown the Magic Crystal

Chapter 10: Annie Sees the Court Goblin

Chapter 11: The Gnome King's Smithy

Chapter 12: Annie's Escape and the Fat-Heads

Chapter 13: Annie Wanders Through the Valley of the Yubbs

Chapter 14: The Craw-Fish and the Crow

Chapter 15: Annie Meets Zauberlinda

Chapter 16: The Lost Child is Carried Home

Eva Katherine Gibson

Illustrated by Mabel Tibbitts

Robert Smith Printing Company (1901); Pumpernickel Pickle (2009)

Mombi’s Pink Polkadot Vest

Pages 512 (flashback portion only)

Frederick E. Otto

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Oziana 1985, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Witches of the West

Chapter 1: Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Chapter 2: The Wisdom of Gloma

Chapter 3: The Heart of the Matter

Darrell Spradlyn & Marcus Mebes

Illustrated by Darrell Spradlyn

Oziana 2013, The International Wizard of Oz Club

November 212

Cryptic Conversations in a Cornfield

(A Prolusio in Umbra)

Sections one to four

Jeff Rester

Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio

Poppyfield Books (2009); Oziana 2011, The International Wizard of Oz Club

November 12December 31

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Chapter 1: The Cyclone

Chapter 2: The Council with The Munchkins

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

Re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey

 

George M. Hill Co (May 17, 1900); Bobbs-Merrill (as The New Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1920, 1920s to 1938, 1944, as The Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1916, 1935, as MGM Movie Edition 1939, 1942); Blue Ribbon Books (as The Wizard of Oz Waddle Book 1934, reprinted by Applewood Books of Bedford: 1993); Reilly & Lee (re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey 1956, Roycraft 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960; Denslow restored 1964; white edition 1965) Dover (1960); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1987); numerous editions, re-illustrated versions and adaptations

Scarecrow (from Half-Human)

Pages 97102, par. 1.

Gregory Maguire

Illustrated by Marc Tauss

Scholastic Press (2001)

Cryptic Conversations in a Cornfield

(A Prolusio in Umbra)

Sections five to six

Jeff Rester

Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio

Poppyfield Books (2009); Oziana 2011, The International Wizard of Oz Club;

Scarecrow (from Half-Human)

Pages 102, par. 2106

Gregory Maguire

Scholastic Press (2001)

Cryptic Conversations in a Cornfield

(A Prolusio in Umbra)

Sections seven end

Jeff Rester

Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio

Poppyfield Books (2009); Oziana 2011, The International Wizard of Oz Club;

Scarecrow (from Half-Human)

Page 107

Gregory Maguire

Illustrated by Marc Tauss

Scholastic Press (2001)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Chapter 3: How Dorothy Saved the Scarecrow: to page 36

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

Re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey

George M. Hill Co (May 17, 1900); Bobbs-Merrill (as The New Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1920, 1920s to 1938, 1944, as The Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1916, 1935, as MGM Movie Edition 1939, 1942); Blue Ribbon Books (as The Wizard of Oz Waddle Book 1934, reprinted by Applewood Books of Bedford: 1993); Reilly & Lee (re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey 1956, Roycraft 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960; Denslow restored 1964; white edition 1965) Dover (1960); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1987); numerous editions and adaptations

Scarecrow (from Half-Human)

Pages 108109

Gregory Maguire

Illustrated by Marc Tauss

Scholastic Press (2001)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Chapter 3: How Dorothy Saved the Scarecrow: page 3740

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

Re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey

George M. Hill Co (May 17, 1900); Bobbs-Merrill (as The New Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1920, 1920s to 1938, 1944, as The Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1916, 1935, as MGM Movie Edition 1939, 1942); Blue Ribbon Books (as The Wizard of Oz Waddle Book 1934, reprinted by Applewood Books of Bedford: 1993); Reilly & Lee (re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey 1956, Roycraft 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960; Denslow restored 1964; white edition 1965) Dover (1960); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1987); numerous editions and adaptations

Scarecrow (from Half-Human)

Pages 110115

Gregory Maguire

Illustrated by Marc Tauss

Scholastic Press (2001)

Cat and Mouse in Oz

Margaret Koontz 

Illustrated by Margie Deemer

Oziana 2002, The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Chapter 4: The Road Through the Forest

Chapter 5: The Rescue of the Tin Woodman

Chapter 6: The Cowardly Lion

Chapter 7: The Journey to the Great Oz

Chapter 8: The Deadly Poppy Field

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

Re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey

George M. Hill Co (May 17, 1900); Bobbs-Merrill (as The New Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1920, 1920s to 1938, 1944, as The Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1916, 1935, as MGM Movie Edition 1939, 1942); Blue Ribbon Books (as The Wizard of Oz Waddle Book 1934, reprinted by Applewood Books of Bedford: 1993); Reilly & Lee (re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey 1956, Roycraft 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960; Denslow restored 1964; white edition 1965) Dover (1960); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1987); numerous editions and adaptations

Dreaming in a Scarlet Slumber

(A Prolusio in Somnium)

Jeffrey Rester

Illustrated by Luciano Vecchio

Poppy Field Books (2006)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Chapter 9: The Queen of the Field Mice

Chapter 10: The Guardian of the Gates

Chapter 11: The Wonderful Emerald City of Oz

Chapter 12: The Search for the Wicked Witch

Chapter 13: How the Four Were Reunited

Chapter 14: The Winged Monkeys

Chapter 15: The Discovery of Oz the Terrible

Chapter 16: The Magic Art of the Great Humbug

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

Re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey

George M. Hill Co (May 17, 1900); Bobbs-Merrill (as The New Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1920, 1920s to 1938, 1944, as The Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1916, 1935, as MGM Movie Edition 1939, 1942); Blue Ribbon Books (as The Wizard of Oz Waddle Book 1934, reprinted by Applewood Books of Bedford: 1993); Reilly & Lee (re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey 1956, Roycraft 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960; Denslow restored 1964; white edition 1965) Dover (1960); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1987); numerous editions and adaptations

The Scarecrow and Tin-Man of Oz

Chapter 1: Dorothy's Christmas Tree

W.W. Denslow

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

The Minneapolis Journal (1904-1905); Oz-story Magazine #3: Hungry Tiger Press (1997); The Baum Bugle, Winter 1999: The International Wizard of Oz Club; Hungry Tiger Press (2006); Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz: Sunday Press (2009)

1899

KING KYND OF JINXLAND IS PUSHED IN THE GREAT GULF BY PRIME MINISTER PHEARSE WHO BECOMES KING

BUNGLE, THE GLASS CAT IS BROUGHT TO LIFE BY DR. OZWALD PIPT, THE CROOKED MAGICIAN, USING THE POWDER OF LIFE

AN EVIL GENIE TERRORIZES THE NORTH-WEST MUNCHKIN COUNTRY

DR. PIPT IMPRISONS THE GENIE IN A BOTTLE

DR. PIPT BEGINS MAKING HIS SECOND BATCH OF POWDER OF LIFE

QUEEN GLOMA, THE GOOD WITCH OF THE WEST, GOES INTO HIDING WITH HER SUBJECTS IN THE BLACK FOREST OF THE WINKIE COUNTRY

WITH THE MAGIC UMBRELLA, ROBERT VON SMITH BRINGS HOME A TWO YEAR OLD BABY FROM MT. PHANTASTICO

January 12

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Chapter 17: How the Balloon was Launched

Chapter 18: Away to the South

Chapter 19: Attacked by the Fighting Trees

Chapter 20: The Dainty China Country

Chapter 21: The Lion Becomes King of the Beasts

Chapter 22: The Country of the Quadlings

Chapter 23: The Good Witch Grants Dorothy's Wish

Chapter 24: Home Again

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

Re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey

George M. Hill Co (May 17, 1900); Bobbs-Merrill (as The New Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1920, 1920s to 1938, 1944, as The Wizard of Oz: 1903, 1916, 1935, as MGM Movie Edition 1939, 1942); Blue Ribbon Books (as The Wizard of Oz Waddle Book 1934, reprinted by Applewood Books of Bedford: 1993); Reilly & Lee (re-illustrated by Dale Ulrey 1956, Roycraft 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960; Denslow restored 1964; white edition 1965) Dover (1960); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1987); numerous editions and adaptations

The Wizard of Aurissau Nathan M. DeHoff The Royal Publisher of Oz: Available here. Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

KING ROQUAT IS DISENCHANTED AND SENDS HERMOZA AND HER FAMILY INTO THE OUTSIDE WORLD

January 1431

The Tin Castle of Oz

Chapter 1: Becoming an Emperor

Chapter 2: Off to the Emerald City

Chapter 3: The Tinselflies

Chapter 4: The Mosquitoes of Oz

Chapter 5: A Yellow Brick Man

Chapter 6: Timorous Flies to the Emerald City

Chapter 7: Mort Explains How He Works

Chapter 8: They Meet a Tintipllar

Chapter 9: A Grand Museum

Chapter 10: Kadi's Real Problem

Chapter 11: Timorous Heads to the Blue Forest

Chapter 12: Timorous Meets Dorri

Chapter 13: Off to the Blue Forest

Chapter 14: Foggia is Visited

Chapter 15: Kadi Returns Home

Chapter 16: The Big Chance

Chapter 17: After the Failure

Chapter 18: A Solution

Chapter 19: The Emperor Decides

Chapter 20: They Meet Rubbert

Chapter 21: Systor Gets a Message

Chapter 22: Beginning the Trip Home

Chapter 23: On the Road Home

Chapter 24: Timorous Grows Up

Chapter 25: The Return to the Winkie Country

Epilogue

Peter Schulenburg

Illustrated by Peter Schulenburg

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1996)

Toto Reveals

Brianna Landon

Illustrated by Ben Wood

Oziana 2009, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Dot and Tot of Merryland

Chapter 1: Roselawn

Chapter 2: Tot

Chapter 3: The Boat

Chapter 4: Under the Cliffs

Chapter 5: The Watch-Dog of Merryland

Chapter 6: The First Valley

Chapter 7: The Clown Country

Chapter 8: The Second Valley

Chapter 9: The Third Valley

Chapter 10: The Queen of Merryland

Chapter 11: The Palace of Wonders

Chapter 12: Prince Tot and Princess Dot

Chapter 13: The Revolt of the Dolls

Chapter 14: The Queen's Fairy Wand

Chapter 15: The Valley of Pussycats

Chapter 16: The Busy Mr. Split

Chapter 17: The Animals That Wound Up

Chapter 18: The Valley of Lost Things

Chapter 19: The Lost Crowns

Chapter 20: The Voyage Ends

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

Re-illustrated by Donald Abbott

Geo M. Hill Co. (1901); M.A. Donahue & Co. (1913); Bobbs-Merrill (1920); Books of Wonder (re-illustrated by Donald Abbott: 1994)

Queen Zixi of Ix (aka. The Magic Cloak)

Chapter 1: The Weaving of the Magic Cloak

Chapter 2: The Book of Laws

Chapter 3: The Gift of the Magic Cloak

Chapter 4: King Bud of Noland

Chapter 5: Princess Fluff

Chapter 6: Bud Dispenses Justice

Chapter 7: The Wings of Aunt Rivette

Chapter 8: The Royal Reception

Chapter 9: Jikki Has a Wish Granted

Chapter 10: The Counselors Wear the Magic Cloak

Chapter 11: The Witch-Queen

Chapter 12: Zixi Disguises Herself

Chapter 13: Tullydub Rescues the Kingdom

Chapter 14: The Rout of the Army of Ix

Chapter 15: The Theft of the Magic Cloak

Chapter 16: The Plain Above the Clouds

Chapter 17: The Descent of the Roly-Rogues

Chapter 18: The Conquest of Noland

Chapter 19: The Bravery of Aunt Rivette

Chapter 20: In the Palace of the Witch-Queen

Chapter 21: The Search for the Magic Cloak

Chapter 22: Ruffles Carries the Silver Vial

Chapter 23: The Destruction of the Monsters

Chapter 24: The Sailorman's Return

Chapter 25: The Fairy-Queen

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Frederick Richardson

St. Nicholas magazine (1904-1905); The Century Company (1905; 1915-1922); Opium Books (1969); Dover (1971)

The Master Key: An Electrical Fairy Tale

Chapter 1: Rob's Workshop

Chapter 2: The Demon of Electricity

Chapter 3: The Three Gifts

Chapter 4: Testing the Instruments

Chapter 5: The Cannibal Island

Chapter 6: The Buccaneers

Chapter 7: The Demon Becomes Angry

Chapter 8: Rob Acquires New Powers

Chapter 9: The Second Journey

Chapter 10: How Rob Served a Mighty King

Chapter 11: The Man of Science

Chapter 12: How Rob Saved a Republic

Chapter 13: Rob Loses His Treasures

Chapter 14: Turk and Tatar

Chapter 15: A Battle With Monsters

Chapter 16: Shipwrecked Mariners

Chapter 17: The Coast of Oregon

Chapter 18: A Narrow Escape

Chapter 19: Rob Makes a Resolution

Chapter 20: The Unhappy Fate of the Demon

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Fanny Y. Cory 

Re-illustrated by Nick Bruel

Bowen-Merrill Co. (1901, 1907), Hyperion Press (1974); Dover (1976); Books of Wonder (re-illustrated by Nick Bruel 1997)

Fiddle's Revenge

Arianna Brown

Illustrated by Dennis Anfuso

Oziana 2010, The International Wizard of Oz Club

September 14−October 21

Buffalo Dreams

Pages 31−38, paragraph 3 (Oz-story Magazine #3)

Pages 353−370 (L. Ron Hubbard Presents: Writers of the Future, Volume IV)

Jane Mailander

Oz-story Magazine #3, Hungry Tiger Press (1997); L. Ron Hubbard Presents: Writers of the Future: Volume 4, Bridge Publications (1988)

1900

Winter to Spring

The Scarecrow and Tin-Man of Oz

Chapters 212:

On Skates
On Fifth Avenue

On the Water

On the Ocean

In Bermuda

Shipwrecked

In Yucatan

At the Carnival in New Orleans

Captured by Indians
With the Cowboys

At the Flower Festival in California

W.W. Denslow

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

The Minneapolis Journal (1904-1905); Oz-story Magazine#3-6: Hungry Tiger Press (1997-2000); various issues of The Baum Bugle: The International Wizard of Oz Club; Hungry Tiger Press (2006); Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz: Sunday Press (2009)

The King of Gee-Whiz

Chapter 1: The Widow Pickle's Twins and Their Peculiar Hair

Chapter 2: The Widow Pickle's Strange Visitors

Chapter 3: The Enchanted Banjo

Chapter 4: The Search in the Cupboard

Chapter 5: The Gee-Whiz Submarine Express

Chapter 6: The Journey Through the Air

Chapter 7: The Journey Through the Water

Chapter 8: The Explosion of the Submarine Express

Chapter 9: The Arrival at the Island

Chapter 10: The King of Gee-Whiz

Chapter 11: The Royal Hereditary Twins

Chapter 12: The Gold Waffle-Iron

Chapter 13: The Fairy Telephone

Chapter 14: Jankow the Dragon

Chapter 15: The Golden Ladder to Fairy-Land

Chapter 16: The King and the Wicked Fairy

Chapter 17: The King and the Rubber Tree

Chapter 18: The King Loses His Shadow

Emerson Hough Bobbs-Merrill (1906)

The Littlest Giant: An Oz Story

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Bill Eubank (1975)

Re-illustrated by Eric Shanower (2006)

The Baum Bugle Spring 1975; The International Wizard of Oz Club; The Collected Short Stories of L. Frank Baum, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006)

The Giant King of Oz

Chapter 1: The Story of Nibble

Note: A retelling & expansion of the story above

Chris Dulabone

Illustrated by George Van Buren

Written in 1989; Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (2004)
Summer

Father Goose in Oz

Chapter 1: The Magic Pan

Chapter 2: The Crooked Magician

Chapter 3: The Kalidahs

Chapter 4: The Diamond Whistle

Chapter 5: The Trouble With Rhymes

Chapter 6: The King of the Kalidahs

Chapter 7: The New Friends

Chapter 8: The Stolen Pen

Chapter 9: The Double Cross

Chapter 10: The Good Witch of the South

Chapter 11: The Emerald Dust

Chapter 12: The Witch and the Goose

Donald Abbott 

Illustrated by Donald Abbott 

Emerald City Press (1994)

December 26

The Magic Chest of Oz

Chapter 1: The Corn and the Crow

Chapter 2: The Haunted House

Chapter 3: The Tin Woodman

Chapter 4: The Hammer-Heads

Chapter 5: The King of the Forest

Chapter 6: The Celebration

Chapter 7: The Shadow

Chapter 8: The Witch of the North

Chapter 9: The Imp

Chapter 10: The Silver Acorn

Chapter 11: The Black Tower

Chapter 12: The Rainbow Army

Donald Abbott 

Illustrated by Donald Abbott 

Emerald City Press (1993)

1901

Twinkle and Chubbins: Their Astonishing Adventures in Nature-Fairyland (aka. The Twinkle Tales)

Mr. Woodchuck

Bandit Jim Crow

Prairie Dog Town

Prince Mud-Turtle

Twinkle's Enchantment

Sugar-Loaf Mountain

L. Frank Baum (initially as Laura Bancroft)

Illustrated by Maginel Wright Enright

As six volumes of the "Twinkle Tales Series: Reilly & Britton (1906); As the single-volume Twinkle and Chubbins: Reilly & Britton (1911, 1915); The International Wizard of Oz Club (1987); As The Twinkle Tales: University of Nebraska Press (2005)

Policeman Bluejay (aka. Babes in Birdland)

Chapter 1: Little Ones in Trouble

Chapter 2: Policeman Bluejay

Chapter 3: The Child-Larks

Chapter 4: An Afternoon Reception

Chapter 5: The Oriole's Story

Chapter 6: A Merry Adventure

Chapter 7: The Bluejay's Story

Chapter 8: Mrs. Hootaway

Chapter 9: The Destroyers

Chapter 10: In the Eagle's Nest

Chapter 11: The Orphans

Chapter 12: The Guardian

Chapter 13: The King Bird

Chapter 14: A Real Fairyland

Chapter 15: The Lake of Dry Water

Chapter 16: The Beauty Dance

Chapter 17: The Queen Bee

Chapter 18: Good News

Chapter 19: The Rebels

Chapter 20: The Battle

Chapter 21: The Tingle-Berries

Chapter 22: The Transformation

 

L. Frank Baum (as Laura Bancroft)

Illustrated by Maginel Wright Enright

Reilly & Britton (1907; as Babes in Birdland, 1911, 1917); Scholars' Facsimile & Reprints (1981); Oz-story Magazine #2, Hungry Tiger Press (1996); As part of The Twinkle Tales: University of Nebraska Press (2005)

March 21

The Speckled Rose of Oz 

Chapter 1: The Flower Show

Chapter 2: The Disappearing Flowers

Chapter 3: The Great Book of Records

Chapter 4: The Magic Cauldron

Chapter 5: The Last Flower

Chapter 6: The River Rescue

Chapter 7: The Lady Moonstruck

Chapter 8: The Wilderness

Chapter 9: The Sulphur Swamp

Chapter 10: The Buzzing Flute

Chapter 11: The Wily Sir Gyle

Chapter 12: The Charm of the Rose

Donald Abbott

Illustrated by Donald Abbott 

Emerald City Press (1995)

The Amber Flute of Oz

Chapter 1: The Rascally Magician

Chapter 2: The Pearl and the Feather

Chapter 3: The Three Heroes

Chapter 4: The Sand Serpent

Chapter 5: The Earthquake

Chapter 6: The Bargain

Chapter 7: The Serpent and the Witch

Chapter 8: The Copycat

Chapter 9: The Six-leave Clover

Chapter 10: The Villains Unite

Chapter 11: The Dove

Chapter 12: The Final Battle

Donald Abbott

Illustrated by Donald Abbott 

Emerald City Press (1998)

The Pearl and the Pumpkin

Chapter 1: In the Pumpkin Patch

Chapter 2: The Pieman and the Canner

Chapter 3: The Hallow E'en Party

Chapter 4: The Ancient Mariner's Story

Chapter 5: Mother Carey's Chickens

Chapter 6: The Corn Dodger

Chapter 7: Pumpkin-Head

Chapter 8: When Wishes Come True

Chapter 9: The Next Day

Chapter 10: The Magic Spring

Chapter 11: Davy Jones' Locker

Chapter 12: Down! Down! Down!

Chapter 13: Under the Sea

Chapter 14: Mother Carey to the Rescue

Chapter 15: In Mother Carey's Garden

Chapter 16: Plots and Plans

Chapter 17: Mother Carey Outwitted

Chapter 18: At Neptune's Command

Chapter 19: Up From the Depths

Chapter 20: The Pieman's Treachery

Chapter 21: Joe Miller's Return

Chapter 22: And Last

Paul West & W.W. Denslow

Illustrated by W.W. Denslow

George W. Dillingham (1904); M.A. Donahue & Co. (1904); Dover (2009)

June 7−8
The Adventure of the Sinister Chinaman Barbara Hambly Included in: Sherlock Holmes: The Crossovers Casebook; Moonstone Entertainment (2012)
August

Buffalo Dreams

Page 38, paragraph 4−end (Oz-story Magazine #3)

Pages 371−end (L. Ron Hubbard Presents: Writers of the Future, Volume IV)

Jane Mailander

L. Ron Hubbard Presents: Writers of the Future: Volume 4, Bridge Publications (1988); Oz-story Magazine #3, Hungry Tiger Press (1997)

Mid-to-Late October

PROFESSOR NOWITALL JR. BORROWS HIS FATHER'S MAGNIFYING SCREEN FOR HIS CLASS

The Woggle-Bug’s New Clothes

Frederick E. Otto

Illustrated by Bill Eubank

Oziana 1987, The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Marvelous Land of Oz

Tip Manufactures a Pumpkinhead

The Marvelous Powder of Life

The Fight of the Fugitives

Tip Makes an Experiment in Magic

The Awakening of the Saw-Horse

Jack Pumpkinhead's Ride

His Majesty, the Scarecrow

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1904, as The Land of Oz: 1906, 1908, 1914); Reilly & Lee (1919, 1920s-30s, popular edition 1924-34, 1939, new dust-jacket: late 1940s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); British Hutchinson Junior Book (1974); Dover (1969); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1986); The Wonderland of Oz: The Land of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted in The Funnies, Dell (1939); and with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1995) and Oz-story Magazine #1 &2 (1995 & 1996), Hungry Tiger Press; The Marvelous Land of Oz: Treasury of Oz #1 adaptation by Roy Thomas and Alfredo Alcala: Marvel (1975); The Marvelous Land of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2011)

MOMBI DEMANDS THE MAGNIFYING SCREEN OF PROFESSOR NOWITALL SR.

WHEN HE DESTROYS IT, MOMBI TRANSFORMS HIM INTO TIGER-HEADED SERPENT AND CASTS HIM IN A RIVER

The Marvelous Land of Oz

General Jinjur's Army of Revolt

The Scarecrow Plans an Escape

The Journey to the Tin Woodman

A Nickel-Plated Emperor

Mr. H. M. Woggle-Bug, T. E.

A Highly Magnified History

Old Mombi Indulges in Witchcraft

The Prisoners of the Queen

The Scarecrow Takes Time to Think

The Astounding Flight of the Gump

In the Jackdaw's Nest

Dr. Nikidik's Famous Wishing Pills

The Scarecrow Appeals to Glinda

The Tin Woodman Plucks a Rose: to page 252

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1904, as The Land of Oz: 1906, 1908, 1914); Reilly & Lee (1919, 1920s-30s, popular edition 1924-34, 1939, new dust-jacket: late 1940s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); British Hutchinson Junior Book (1974); Dover (1969); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1986); The Wonderland of Oz: The Land of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted in The Funnies, Dell (1939); and with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1995) and Oz-story Magazine #1 &2 (1995 & 1996), Hungry Tiger Press; The Marvelous Land of Oz: Treasury of Oz #1 adaptation by Roy Thomas and Alfredo Alcala: Marvel (1975); The Marvelous Land of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2011)

The Witch's Mother of Oz Paul Dana Forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz!

The Marvelous Land of Oz

The Tin Woodman Plucks a Rose: page 253 on

The Transformation of Old Mombi

Princess Ozma of Oz

The Riches of Content

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1904, as The Land of Oz: 1906, 1908, 1914); Reilly & Lee (1919, 1920s-30s, popular edition 1924-34, 1939, new dust-jacket: late 1940s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); British Hutchinson Junior Book (1974); Dover (1969); Del Rey (1979); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1986); The Wonderland of Oz: The Land of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted in The Funnies, Dell (1939); and with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1995) and Oz-story Magazine #1 &2 (1995 & 1996), Hungry Tiger Press; The Marvelous Land of Oz: Treasury of Oz #1 adaptation by Roy Thomas and Alfredo Alcala: Marvel (1975); The Marvelous Land of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2011)

To Do One's Duty BookGirlFan Archiveofourown.org (2016)

THE KING OF SEEBANIA IS KILLED ON A HUNTING TRIP

THE MAGICIAN MOOJ TAKES OVER SEEBANIA

PRINCE REE ALLA BAD IS EXILED FROM SEEBANIA

STEPHEN "UNC" NUNKIE TAKES OJO AWAY TO A SECLUDED HUT

PRINCESS OZMA BECOMES QUEEN-DESIGNATE

THE GREAT BOOK OF RECORDS UNLOCKS

The Seven Blue Mountains of Oz:

Book 1: The Disenchanted Princess of Oz

Chapter 1: The Transformation of Amalea

Chapter 2: The Seven Blue Mountains of Oz

Chapter 3: The Enchanted Garden

Chapter 4: The Toad Family

Chapter 5: Dinny's Dilemma

Chapter 6: Zim the Flying Sorceror

Chapter 7: Brown Bleegum

Melody Grandy

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1995)

 

Mid-to-Late November
Ozma Sees Herself  

Edward Einhorn  

Illustrated by Eric Shanower

Oz-story Magazine #3, Hungry Tiger Press (1998)

1902

KING JOL JEMKIPH SOFORTH LEAVES OOGABOO

THE WITCH AMNESIA ENCHANTS GOLDENDALE AND TAKES THE LOVE MAGNET TO BUTTERFIELD, KANSAS

JINXLAND PRIME MINISTER KREWL DROWNS KING PHEARSE IN A POND, AND BECOMES KING

GLINDA AND OZMA WARN THE MUDGERS TO REMAIN WITHIN THEIR BORDERS

March

A Pumpkin Patch in Oz

Peter Schulenburg 

Illustrated by Peter Schulenburg

The Corn Mansion of Oz, Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (1998)

The Mysterious Chronicles of Oz 

Chapter 1: Tip and Mombi

Chapter 2: The Sawhorse and His Friends

Chapter 3: Quox and Polychrome

Chapter 4: The Ferryman

Chapter 5: The Fish Fooled the Fishermen

Chapter 6: A Princess Abducted

Chapter 7: The Forest of Fighting Trees

Chapter 8: Quox and the Sawhorse

Chapter 9: The Forbidden Garden

Chapter 10: The Mayor of Wagon Gap

Chapter 11: Jellia Jamb

Chapter 12: Tip Overcomes the Dragonel

Chapter 13: The Cloud Fairies

Chapter 14: Quox Goes Home

Chapter 15: The Red Wagon

Chapter 16: Mister Mocker

Chapter 17: Tip Names the Hungry Tiger (up to page 184; page 188end)

Chapter 18: The Nome King

Chapter 19: Descent into the Chasm

Chapter 20: Glinda's Palace

Chapter 21: Home Again

James E. Nitch (as Onyx Madden)

Illustrated by J. Noel

Dennis-Landman (1985)

Ozma of Oz

Chapter I: The Girl in the Chicken Coup

Chapter II: The Yellow Hen

Chapter III: Letters in the Sand

Chapter IV: Tiktok, the Machine Man

Chapter V: Dorothy Opens the Dinner Pail

Chapter VI: The Heads of Langwidere

Chapter VII: Ozma of Oz to the Rescue: to page 106

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1907, 1911, 1913, 1917, 1918-19); Reilly & Lee (1920, 1922-23, 1925-29, popular edition 1931, 1934-late '50s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); British Hutchinson Junior Book (1974); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1984); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1989) The Wonderland of Oz: Ozma of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1996) and Oz-story Magazine #3 & 4 (1997 & 1998); Ozma of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2011)

The Princess of Ev

Joanna Payne (as Jo Myoga)

Fanfiction.net (online content)

Ozma of Oz

Chapter VII: Ozma of Oz to the Rescue: page 107

Chapter VIII: The Hungry Tiger

Chapter IX: The Royal Family of Ev

Chapter X: The Giant with the Hammer

Chapter XI: The Nome King

Chapter XII: The Elevent Guesses

Chapter XIII: The Nome King Laughs

Chapter XIV: Dorothy Tries to be Brave

Chapter XV: Billina Frightens the Nome King

Chapter XVI: Purple, Green and Gold

Chapter XVII: The Scarecrow Wins the Fight

Chapter XVIII: The Fate of the Tin Woodman

Chapter XIX: The King of Ev

Chapter XX: The Emerald City

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1907, 1911, 1913, 1917, 1918-19); Reilly & Lee (1920, 1922-23, 1925-29, popular edition 1931, 1934-late '50s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); British Hutchinson Junior Book (1974); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1984); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1989) The Wonderland of Oz: Ozma of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1996) and Oz-story Magazine #3 & 4 (1997 & 1998); Ozma of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2011)

The Nome King’s Shadow in Oz

Chapter 1: The Nome King's Shadow

Chapter 2: The Royal Hen of Oz: page 9

Gilbert M. Sprague

Illustrated by Donald Abbott 

Emerald City Press (1992)

The Enchanted Apples of Oz

Chapter 1: The Apple Tree

Chapter 2: The Witch Awakens

Chapter 3: Bortagg's Unfortunate Past

Chapter 4: The Magic Belt

Eric Shanower

Illustrated by Eric Shanower

First Comics (1986); Adventures in Oz, IDW Publishing (2006); Little Adventures in Oz: Book 1, IDW Publishing (2010)

Ozma of Oz

Chapter XXI: Dorothy's Magic Belt

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1907, 1911, 1913, 1917, 1918-19); Reilly & Lee (1920, 1922-23, 1925-29, popular edition 1931, 1934-late '50s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); British Hutchinson Junior Book (1974); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1984); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1989) The Wonderland of Oz: Ozma of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1996) and Oz-story Magazine #3 & 4 (1997 & 1998); Ozma of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2011)

The Nome King’s Shadow in Oz

Chapter 2: The Royal Hen of Oz: pages 1015

Chapter 3: Across the Deadly Desert

Chapter 4: Shadow Magic

Chapter 5: The Shadow Lengthens

Chapter 6: Flight to the Emerald City

Chapter 7: A Warning Ignored

Chapter 8: The Incident in the Palace Laundry

Chapter 9: The Battle of the Royal Kitchens

Chapter 10: Billina's Dilemma

Chapter 11: Nick and Jack Under Attack

Chapter 12: Billina Asks the Wogglebug

Chapter 13: The Princess in Peril

Chapter 14: In the Court of Princess Ozma of Oz

Gilbert M. Sprague

Illustrated by Donald Abbott 

Emerald City Press (1992)

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 1: How Eureka Found Dorothy

Chapter 2: How Eureka Came to America

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

The Seven Blue Mountains of Oz:

Book 1: The Disenchanted Princess of Oz

Chapter 8: Ganalan and the Withy Girl

Chapter 9: Rooster

Melody Grandy

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1995)

 

General Jinjur of Oz

Eric Shanower

Illustrated by Eric Shanower

Written in 1984; Adventures in Oz, IDW Publishing (2006)

OZMA HAS THE ROYAL PALACE EXPANDED WITH THE ADDITION OF A NEW WING

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz

Chapter 1: The Earthquake

Chapter 2: The Glass City

Chapter 3: The Arrival of the Wizard

Chapter 4: The Vegetable Kingdom

Chapter 5: Dorothy Picks a Princess

Chapter 6: The Mangaboos Prove Dangerous

Chapter 7: Into the Black Pit and Out Again

Chapter 8: The Valley of Voices

Chapter 9: They Fight the Invisible Bears

Chapter 10: The Braided Man of Pyramid Mt.

Chapter 11: They Meet the Wooden Gargoyles

Chapter 12: A Wonderful Escape

Chapter 13: The Den of the Dragonettes

Chapter 14: Ozma Uses the Magic Belt

Chapter 15: Old Friends Are Reunited

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Written in 1906; Reilly & Britton (1908, 1911, 1916-18); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1922, 1926-30, popular edition 1930-31, 1931-32, 1938-39, 1949, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1984); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1990) ; Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2012)

Raindrops and Poppies GlassRain Archiveofourown.org (2016)

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz

Chapter 16: Jim, the Cab-Horse

Chapter 17: The Nine Tiny Piglets

Chapter 18: The Trial of Eureka, the Kitten

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Written in 1906; Reilly & Britton (1908, 1911, 1916-18); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1922, 1926-30, popular edition 1930-31, 1931-32, 1938-39, 1949, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1984); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1990) ; Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2012)

The Prosecutor

Chapter One: Murder Most Foul

Chapter Two: A Heavy Burden

Don Reynolds (as happyhooligan2001)

Fanfiction.net

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz

Chapter 19: The Wizard Performs Another Trick

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Written in 1906; Reilly & Britton (1908, 1911, 1916-18); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1922, 1926-30, popular edition 1930-31, 1931-32, 1938-39, 1949, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1984); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1990) ; Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2012)

The Prosecutor

Chapter Three: The Trial

(Note: This is an expanded version of Chapter 19 above)

Chapter Four: A Time for Truth

Don (happyhooligan2001)

Fanfiction.net

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz

Chapter 20: Zeb Returns to the Ranch

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Written in 1906; Reilly & Britton (1908, 1911, 1916-18); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1922, 1926-30, popular edition 1930-31, 1931-32, 1938-39, 1949, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1979); Dover ( ); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1990) ; Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2012)

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 3: How Eureka Came to Kansas (section 1)

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

Oz and the Three Witches

Hugh Pendexter III

Illustrated by Patricia Ambrose

Pen Press (1977); Oz-story Magazine #6, Hungry Tiger Press (2000)

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 3: How Eureka Came to Kansas (section 2)

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

July

PRINCESS OZMA IS INAUGURATED QUEEN OZMA

OZMA PASSES A LAW PROHIBITING THE PRACTICE OF MAGIC, EXCEPT FOR GLINDA AND THE WIZARD

DR. NIKIDIK BURNS INCONSEQUENTIAL MAGIC ITEMS, ALLOWS GLINDA TO TAKE HIS LIBRARY, BUT HIDES CERTAIN OTHER ITEMS

August

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 3: How Eureka Came to Kansas (section 3)

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

September

Dorothy and the Seven-Leaf Clover

Chapter 1: Come Back, Toto!

Chapter 2: The Enchanted Cornfield

Chapter 3: The Golden Summerhouse

Chapter 4: Jinkeree, Junkeree, Joo

Chapter 5: The Weasel-Foxes

Chapter 6: Clover!

Chapter 7: The Golden Boy

Chapter 8: A Great Popping and Snapping

Dorothy Haas

Illustrated by David Rose

Random House (1985)

Dorothy and Old King Crow

Dorothy Haas

Illustrated by C.S. Ewing

Random House (1986)

October

Mr. Tinker in Oz

Chapter 1: Mister Tinker Drops In

Chapter 2: Small As a Speck

Chapter 3: Julius QuickScissors to the Rescue

Chapter 4: The Bottomless Swamp

Chapter 5: Trouble in the Emerald City

Chapter 6: Mister Tinker's Happiness Invention

James Howe

Illustrated by David Rose

Random House (1985)

Jinjur's Journal

Loralee Petersen

Illustrated by Kevenn T. Smith

Oziana 2005, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Dorothy and the Magic Belt

Chapter 1: An Unexpected Trip

Chapter 2: A Family Business

Chapter 3: The Purple Cloud

Chapter 4: Dorothy Goes for Help

Chapter 5: Tik-Tok's Clue

Chapter 6: Nikidik's Second Big Mistake

Chapter 7: Two Big Babies

Chapter 8: Home to Kansas

Susan Saunders

Illustrated by David Rose

Random House (1985)

The Mysterious Palace of Voe

Jay Delkin

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Oziana 1974, The International Wizard of Oz Club

December 24-25

Tales of the Crocheted Cat

The Crocheted Cat

Hugh Pendexter III

Illustrated by Patricia Ambrose

PenPress (1976)

1903

OZMA BANS THE USE OF MONEY IN THE EMERALD CITY AND SETS UP A NEW ECONOMIC SYSTEM FOR OZ

OZMA ALLOWS KINGDOMS DISTANT FROM THE ROYAL STOREHOUSES TO GRADUALLY PHASE OUT MONEY

February    

Tales of the Crocheted Cat

The Case of the Kidnapped Kangaroo

Hugh Pendexter III

Illustrated by Patricia Ambrose

PenPress (1976)

     

John Dough and the Cherub

Chapter 1: The Great Elixer

Chapter 2: The Two Flasks

Chapter 3: The Gingerbread Man

Chapter 4: John Dough Begins His Adventures

Chapter 5: Chick, the Cherub

Chapter 6: The Freaks of Phreex

Chapter 7: The Lady Executioner

Chapter 8: The Palace of Romance

Chapter 9: The Silver Pig

Chapter 10: Pittypat and the Mifkets

Chapter 11: The Island Princess

Chapter 12: Para Bruin, the Rubber Bear

Chapter 13: Black Ooboo

Chapter 14: Under Land and Water

Chapter 15: The Fairy Beavers

Chapter 16: The Flight of the Flamingoes

Chapter 17: Sport of Pirate Island

Chapter 18: Hiland and Loland

Chapter 19: King Dough and his Court

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1906); Reilly & Lee (1920, 1927); Opium Books (re-illustrated by Lau Siuh Fan: 1966); Dover (1974); Hungry Tiger Press (2007)

The Golden Goblin

Curtis Dunham

Illustrated by George F. Kerr

Bobbs-Merril Company (1906)
July

Tales of the Crocheted Cat

The Enchanted Grotto

Hugh Pendexter III

Illustrated by Patricia Ambrose

PenPress (1976)

August 15−21

The Road to Oz

Chapter 1: The Way to Butterfield

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1909, 1911-12, 1917-8); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1926, 1934-late '50s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1986); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1991); The Road to Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2013)

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 4: How Eureka Returned to Oz (section 1)

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

The Road to Oz

Chapter 2: Dorothy Meet Button-Bright

Chapter 3: A Queer Village

Chapter 4: King Dox

Chapter 5: The Rainbow's Daughter

Chapter 6: The City of Beasts

Chapter 7: The Shaggy Man's Transformation

Chapter 8: The Musicker

Chapter 9: Facing the Scoodlers

Chapter 10: Escaping the Soup-Kettle

Chapter 11: Johnny Doit Does It

Chapter 12: The Deadly Desert Crossed

Chapter 13: The Truth Pond

Chapter 14: Tik-Tok and Billina

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1909, 1911-12, 1917-8); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1926, 1934-late '50s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1986); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1991); The Road to Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2013)

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 4: How Eureka Returned to Oz (section 2)

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

The Road to Oz

Chapter 15: The Emperor's Tin Castle

Chapter 16: Visiting the Pumpkin Field

Chapter 17: The Royal Chariot Awaits

Chapter 18: The Emerald City

Chapter 19: The Shaggy Man's Welcome

Chapter 20: Princess Ozma of Oz

Chapter 21: Dorothy Receives the Guests

Chapter 22: Important Arrivals

Chapter 23: The Grand Banquet

Chapter 24: The Birthday Celebration

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1909, 1911-12, 1917-8); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1926, 1934-late '50s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1986); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1991); The Road to Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2013)

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 5: How Eureka Spared a Queen

Chapter 6: How Eureka Found a New Home

Chapter 7: How Eureka Became Educated

Chapter 8: How Eureka Foiled the Red Menace

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

The Seven Blue Mountains of Oz:

Book 1: The Disenchanted Princess of Oz

Chapter 10: Vega

Chapter 11: Winkle

Chapter 12: Jack and the Giant

Melody Grandy

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1995)

 

November

Farhold Island

Chapter 1: Into the Book

Chapter 2: Pirates

Chapter 3: Escape

Chapter 4: The Cave

Chapter 5: The Dream Quince

Chapter 6: Back to the Wiseman

Chapter 7: Badger's Storm

Chapter 8: The Enchanter Bargains

Chapter 9: The Giant Squid

Chapter 10: Cal's Final Exam

Hugh Pendexter III

Illustrated by Patricio Ambrose

Armstrong State College Press (1994)

1904

QUEEN DEDE SOFORTH LEAVES OOGABOO IN SEARCH OF HER HUSBAND

January

The Braided Man of Oz

R. K. Lionel

Illustrated by Chris Dulabone

Privately printed (1971); Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1987)

The Flying Thief of Oz

Jon L. Breen

Ellery Queen Magazine 4/76, vol.67, #4, David Publications

The Sea Fairies

Chapter 1: Trot and Cap'n Bill

Chapter 2: The Mermaids

Chapter 3: The Depths of the Deep Blue Sea

Chapter 4: The Palace of Queen Aquareine

Chapter 5: The Sea Serpent

Chapter 6: Exploring the Ocean

Chapter 7: The Aristocratic Codfish

Chapter 8: A Banquet Under Water

Chapter 9: A Bashful Octopus

Chapter 10: An Undiscovered Land

Chapter 11: Zog the Terrible, and His Sea Devils

Chapter 12: The Enchanted Castle

Chapter 13: Prisoners of the Sea Monster

Chapter 14: Cap'n Joe and Cap'n Bill

Chapter 15: The Magic of the Mermaids

Chapter 16: The Top of the Great Dome

Chapter 17: The Queen's Golden Sword

Chapter 18: A Dash for Liberty

Chapter 19: King Anko to the Rescue

Chapter 20: The Home of the Ocean Monarch

Chapter 21: King Joe

Chapter 22: Trot Lives to Tell the Tale

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1911); Reilly & Lee (with new Neill cover 1920, 1927, mid-30s, new dust-jacket 1969); Books of Wonder (1987); Dover (1998)

Life Among the Mermaids (from the Ozmapolitan issue 8)

Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1970); Baum Bugle Vol 39 #2, Autumn 1995, The International Wizard of Oz Club; Hungry Tiger Press: available online.

     
June    

The 1904 Ozmapolitan (No. X3Z, Vol. Q)

L. Frank Baum

Reilly & Britton (1904); The Baum Bugle vol. 7, #1; 4/63 The International Wizard of Oz Club; Hungry Tiger Press: available online

August 16-27

The Crocheted Cat in Oz

Chapter 1: Badger Summons the Daemon

Chapter 2: The Witch Strikes First

Chapter 3: Pitfalls of the Law

Chapter 4: Yeksh and Witch

Chapter 5: On to Ev

Chapter 6: Silico the Glassblower

Hugh Pendexter III

Illustrated by Patricio Ambrose

Written in 1988; Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1991)

August 17-27

Interplanetary Dispatches: News of the Arrival of the "Queer Visitors"

Planet in a Panic Over Queer Visitor

Fell in Fright at Sight of Monster

20,000 Soldiers Lay Down a King's Arms

Faraway World is Swept by a Cyclone

Heathens Beseech the Gods for Help

Planet Uranus is Shaken to the Centre

Neptune is Shocked Monster is There

Saturn Darkened: Sun Was Hidden

Bird or Beast? Ask People of Jupiter

Four Giants Ride on Big Bird's Back

Wandering Monster Known to Martians

Goat Tries to Eat Wogglebug Button

Wogglebug Killed: Chickens Now Safe

'Twas Exciting, But Not the Wogglebug

L. Frank Baum

The Philadelphia Syndicate (August 18-28, 1904); Visitors from Oz: Hungry Tiger Press; Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz: Sunday Press (2009)

August 28−September 1

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

From the Lands of Oz to the United States

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

The Visitors from Oz

How it All Began

How the Visitors Arrived From Oz

How the Travelers Told their Tales

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); these episodes are original to Jean Kellogg.

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

How the Strangers Found Themselves Between the Auto and the Deep Sea

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

The Visitors from Oz

How Patty Ate the Pills

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); this story is a reworking of the Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz strips, "Eliza and the Lozenges."

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

How the Adventurers Lost and Found Themselves

How the Tin Woodman Escaped the Magic Flood

 

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

September 2−5

The Visitors from Oz

How the Pumpkinhead Swapped the Sawhorse

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); the first story is a re-working of the Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz strips, "Jack Pumpkinhead Pawns the Sawhorse." See below.

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

Jack Pumpkinhead Pawns the Saw-Horse

(Note: This is the original version of the chapter above)

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

The Visitors from Oz

How the Tin Woodman Granted Timothy's Wish

How Our Friends Barely Escaped the Bears

How the Tin Woodman Developed a Magnetic Personality

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); the first story is a re-working of the Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz strips, "The Scarecrow Presents a Magic Automobile to a Little Girl."  The second is original to Jean Kellogg. The third is an expansion of "How Uncle Eli Laughed Too Soon" and a prequel to "A Magnetic Personality."  See below.

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

How Uncle Eli Laughed Too Soon

(Note: This is the original version of the chapter above)

A Magnetic Personality

(Note: This continues the chapter above)

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

September 6−8

The Visitors from Oz

How the Oz Visitors Discovered Dorothy At Last

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); this is a re-working of the Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz strip, "How the Saw-horse Saved Dorothy's Life."  See below.

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

How the Saw-Horse Saved Dorothy's Life

(Note: This is the original version of the chapter above)

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club.  Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

The Visitors from Oz

How the Wogglebug Worked His Wonders (to page 76)

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); this portion is an adaptation and prequel of sorts to the Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz strips, "How the Ozites Met a Beauty Doctor."  See below.

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

How the Ozites Met a Beauty Doctor

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

The Visitors from Oz

How the Wogglebug Worked His Wonders (to page 7781)

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); this is a re-imagining of the Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz strips, "How the Ozites Met a Beauty Doctor" and "Dorothy Spends an Evening With Old Friends and is Entertained With Wonderful Exhibitions."  See below.

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

Dorothy Spends an Evening with her Old Friends and is Entertained With Wonderful Exhibitions

(Note: This is the original version of the chapter above)

Jack Pumpkinhead and the Saw-Horse Win a Race and Incite a Riot; The Wogglebug Restores Harmony

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

September 9−December 18

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

How the Adventurers Encountered an Unknown Beast

How the Wogglebug Proved his Knowledge of Chemistry

The Scarecrow Tells a Fairy Tale to Children and Hears an Equally Marvelous True Story

How the Wogglebug Found a Lost Child and Gave a Lesson in Heraldry

The Scarecrow Presents a Magic Automobile to a Little Girl

How the Tin Woodman Became a Fire Hero

The Two Wishes

Tim Nichols and the Cat

Mr. Wimble's Wooden Leg

Nan's Magic Button

Eliza and the Lozenges

The Woggle-Bug Encourages Charity

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club; Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

The Woggle-Bug Book

           The Unique Adventures of the Woggle-Bug

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Ike Morgan

Reilly & Britton (1905); Scholars' Facsimiles and Reprints (1978); Oz-story Magazine #5, Hungry Tiger Press (1999); Facsimile edition: Pumpernickel Pickle (2009). Edited and re-illustrated versions: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986); Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989); with restored original text: The Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005: based on the Third Book of Oz, not the 1960 Reilly & Lee book of the same name)

The Visitors from Oz

How the Gump Raced Santa's Reindeer

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960); this is a re-imagining of the Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz strips, "How the Wogglebug and His Friends Visited Santa Claus."  See below.

Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz

How the Wogglebug and his Friends Visited Santa Claus

(Note: This is the original version of the chapter above)

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by Walt McDougal

The Philadelphia Syndicate (Aug 1904-Feb 1905); various Baum Bugles: The International Wizard of Oz Club. Re-edited, re-illustrated version: The Third Book of Oz, Armstrong Press (1986) & Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1989). Original text, re-illustrated: Visitors from Oz, Hungry Tiger Press (2005). Facsimile edition: Sunday Press (2009)

Late December

How the Adventurers Returned Home

Jared Davis

The Royal Publisher of Oz: available online

The Visitors from Oz

How It All Ended

L. Frank Baum & Jean Kellogg

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Reilly & Lee (1960)

1905

The 1905 Ozmapolitan (no.Z44Y; issue 2)

L. Frank Baum

Reilly & Britton (1905); Baum Bugle vol. 8, #3, 12/64, The International Wizard of Oz Club; Hungry Tiger Press: available online

February 14

Fire

M. Night Wolfalona

Fanfiction.net (online content)

Jubulut

James E. Nitch (as Onyx Madden)

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Oziana 1993, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Spring to Summer

The Corn Mansion of Oz

chapters 1-21

Peter Schulenburg

Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (1998)

The Emerald City of Oz

Chapter 1: How the Nome King Became Angry

Chapter 2: How Uncle Henry Got Into Trouble

Chapter 3: How Ozma Granted Dorothy's Request

Chapter 4: How the Nome King Planned Revenge

Chapter 5: How Dorothy Became a Princess

Chapter 6: How Guph Visited the Whimsies

Chapter 7: How Aunt Em Conquered the Lion

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1910); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1926-28, new Neill dust-jacket 1929, 1931-33, 1934-late '50s, 1959, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1988); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1993); The Wonderland of Oz: The Emerald City of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1996) and Oz-story Magazine #5 & 6 (1999 & 2000); The Emerald City of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2013)

Aunt Em and Uncle Henry Jared Davis Available online

The Emerald City of Oz

Chapter 8: How the Grand Gallipoot Joined the Nomes

Chapter 9: How the Wogglebug Taught Athletics

Chapter 10: How the Cuttenclips Lived

Chapter 11: How the General Met the First and Foremost

Chapter 12: How They Matched the Fuddles

Chapter 13: How the General Talked to the King

Chapter 14: How the Wizard Practiced Sorcery

Chapter 15: How Dorothy Happened to Get Lost

Chapter 16: How Dorothy Visited Utensia

Chapter 17: How They Came to Bunbury

Chapter 18: How Ozma Looked Into the Magic Picture

Chapter 19: How Bunnybury Welcomed the Strangers

Chapter 20: How Dorothy Lunched With a King

Chapter 21: How the King Changed His Mind

Chapter 22: How the Wizard Found Dorothy

Chapter 23: How They Encountered the Flutterbudgets

Chapter 24: How the Tin Woodman Told the Sad News

Chapter 25: How the Scarecrow Displayed His Wisdom

Chapter 26: How Ozma Refused to Fight For Her Kingdom

Chapter 27: How the Fierce Warriors Invaded Oz

Chapter 28: How They Drank at the Forbidden Fountain

Chapter 29: How Glinda Worked a Magic Spell

Chapter 30: How the Story of Oz Came to an End

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1910); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1926-28, new Neill dust-jacket 1929, 1931-33, 1934-late '50s, 1959, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1988); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1993); The Wonderland of Oz: The Emerald City of Oz newspaper strip adaptation by Walt Spouse (1932); reformatted with Eric Shanower: Hungry Tiger Press (1996) and Oz-story Magazine #5 & 6 (1999 & 2000); The Emerald City of Oz adaptation by Eric Shanower and Skottie Young: Marvel (2013)

OZ BECOMES DEATHLESS

GLINDA ERECTS A MAGICAL BARRIER OF INVISIBILITY AROUND THE BORDERS OF OZ

Eureka in Oz

Chapter 9: How Eureka Returned to the Emerald City

Chapter 10: How Eureka's Appeal Was Heard

David Hulan

Red Hen Publications: available online; Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz

The Piglets’ Revenge or How Eureka Became Pink

Glen Ingersoll

David Ingersoll

Oziana 1984, The International Wizard of Oz Club

King Rinkitink

Chapter 1: The Prince of Pingaree

Chapter 2: The Coming of King Rinkitink

Chapter 3: The Warriors from the North

Chapter 4: The Deserted Island

Chapter 5: The Three Pearls

Chapter 6: The Magic Boat

Chapter 7: The Twin Islands

Chapter 8: Rinkitink Makes a Great Mistake

Chapter 9: A Present for Zella

Chapter 10: The Cunning of Queen Cor

Chapter 11: Zella Goes to Coregos

Chapter 12: The Excitement of Bilbil the Goat

Chapter 13: Zella Saves the Prince

Chapter 14: The Escape

Chapter 15: The Flight of the Rulers

Chapter 16: Nikobob Refuses a Crown

Chapter 17: The Nome King

Chapter 18: Inga Parts with his Pink Pearl

Chapter 19: Rinkitink Chuckles

Chapter 20: TBA

Chapter 21: TBA

Chapter 22: TBA

Chapter 23: TBA

Chapter 24: TBA

 

Rinkitink in Oz Version

Chapter 20: Dorothy to the Rescue

Chapter 21: The Wizard Finds an Enchantment

Chapter 22: Ozma's Banquet

Chapter 23: The Pearl Kingdom

Chapter 24: The Captive King

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

 

King Rinkitink (2016 version)

L. Frank Baum & Andrew Heller

The International Wizard of Oz Club (2017) Based on the story contest of what the 1905 unpublished version King Rinkitink might have been.

 

Rinkitink of Oz: Reilly & Britton (1916, 1918); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1932-mid '50s, 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960, white edition 1965) Del Rey (1980); Dover (1993); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1998)

Fionna Freckles, the First and Foremost

Parts II V

W. Randy Hoffman

Forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz!

Return to Boboland

Nathan M. DeHoff

New version coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz; Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

Evrob & the Nomes

Chapter 1: Evrob's Hole

Chapter 2: Evrob Underground

Chapter 3: Dorothy Revisits the Nome King

J. L. Bell

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Oziana 2004, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Mission Impozible: Revenge of the Emerald Grasshopper

Christopher Wayne Buckley

Illustrated by Charles Martensen

Oziana 1991, The International Wizard of Oz Club

There's No Place like Oz 

Chuck Sabatos

Illustrated by Eric Shanower

Oziana 1989, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Little Wizard Stories of Oz (aka. The Little Wizard Series)

The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger of Oz

Little Dorothy and Toto in Oz

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (as individual titles: 1913; in collected book edition: 1914); Reilly & Lee (only Tik-Tok and the Nome King: Set 2: Little Oz Books with Jig-Saw Oz Puzzles 1932), The Jell-O booklets 1933); Rand McNally (as three booklets with two titles each: 1939); Shocken Books (1985); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1994); Dover (2011)

Ruggedo and the School of Magic

Part I: The Nome and the Wizard

Nathan M. DeHoff

The Royal Publisher of Oz: Available here. Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

Fall

Ruggedo and the School of Magic

Part II: Trouble Under Ev

Part III: The Power of the Magic Belt

Nathan M. DeHoff

The Royal Publisher of Oz: Available here. Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

Little Wizard Stories of Oz (aka. The Little Wizard Series)

Tik-Tok and the Nome King of Oz

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (as individual titles: 1913; in collected book edition: 1914); Reilly & Lee (only Tik-Tok and the Nome King: Set 2: Little Oz Books with Jig-Saw Oz Puzzles 1932), The Jell-O booklets 1933); Rand McNally (as three booklets with two titles each: 1939); Shocken Books (1985); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1994); Dover (2011)

The Patchwork Girl of Oz

Chapter 1: Ojo and Unc Nunkie

Chapter 2: The Crooked Magician

Chapter 3: The Patchwork Girl

Chapter 4: The Glass Cat

Chapter 5: The Terrible Accident

Chapter 6: The Journey

Chapter 7: The Troublesome Phonograph

Chapter 8: The Foolish Owl and the Wise Donkey

Chapter 9: They Meet the Woozy

Chapter 10: Shaggy Man to the Rescue

Chapter 11: A Good Friend

Chapter 12: The Giant Porcupine

Chapter 13: Scraps and the Scarecrow

Chapter 14: Ojo Breaks the Law

Chapter 15: Ozma's Prisoner

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1913); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1922-23, 1925-29, 1930, 1934 to late '50s, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1990); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1995)

Toto and the Truth

To page 175, paragraph 8

Atticus Gannaway

Illustrated by Anna-Maria Cool

Oz-story Magazine #6, Hungry Tiger Press (2000)

The Patchwork Girl of Oz

Chapter 16: Princess Dorothy

Chapter 17: Ozma and Her Friend

Chapter 18: Ojo is Forgiven

Chapter 19: Trouble with the Tottenhots

Chapter 20: The Captive Yoop

Chapter 21: Hiphopper the Champion

Chapter 22: The Joking Horners

Chapter 23: Peace is Declared

Chapter 24: Ojo Finds the Dark Well

Chapter 25: They Bribe the Lazy Quadling

Chapter 26: The Trick River

Chapter 27: The Tin Woodman Objects

Chapter 28: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1913); Reilly & Lee (1919-20, 1922-23, 1925-29, 1930, 1934 to late '50s, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1979); Dover (1990); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1995)

Toto and the Truth

Page 175, paragraph 9 to the end of the first column

Atticus Gannaway

Illustrated by Anna-Maria Cool

Oz-story Magazine #6, Hungry Tiger Press (2000)

Voyaging Through Strange Seas of Thought, Alone

David Tai

Illustrated by Kim McFarland

Oziana 2011, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Toto and the Truth

Page 175, second column to the end

Atticus Gannaway

Illustrated by Anna-Maria Cool

Oz-story Magazine #6, Hungry Tiger Press (2000)

The Hollyhock Dolls in Oz

Part I: The Brownies

Chapter 4: Dorothy's Dream

Chapter 5: The Tree Across the Yellow Brick Road

Chapter 6: Funglade

Chapter 7: Glinda the Good

Chapter 8: Goblin Hood and His Grave Robbers

Chapter 9: The Little White Monster

Chapter 10: The Land Ogoshen

Chapter 11: Egglet

Chapter 12: The Deadly Pebble

Chapter 13: Uncle Henry Bends the Law

Chapter 14: Goblin Hood Eats His Match

Chapter 15: Two Retired Ladies

Chapter 16: The Ozlihock Dolls

Chapter 17: The Powder Works Its Medicine

Part II: The Dolls

Chapter 18: Topsy and Aspic

Chapter 19: What Happened to the Poppy Field

Chapter 20: The Ladybug, the Deer, and the Mouse

Chapter 21: Queen Tanjrine

Chapter 22: Boq's Hospitality

Chapter 23: The Old House

Chapter 24: The Wild Candies

Chapter 25: The Dance of the Wicked Witch Weeds

Epilog

Phyllis Ann Karr

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (2004)

Ojo and the Woozy J.L. Bell Forthcoming from The Lost Tales of Oz; The Royal Publisher of Oz!

Tik-Tok of Oz

Chapter 1: Ann's Army

Chapter 2: Out of Oogaboo

Chapter 3: Magic Mystifies the Marchers

Chapter 4: Betsy Braves the Billows

Chapter 5: The Roses Repulse the Refugees

Chapter 6: Shaggy Seeks His Stray Brother

Chapter 7: Polychrome's Pitiful Plight

Chapter 8: Tik-Tok Tackles a Tough Task

Chapter 9: Ruggedo's Rage Is Rash and Reckless

Chapter 10: A Terrible Tumble Through a Tube

Chapter 11: The Famous Fellowship of Fairies

Chapter 12: The Lovely Lady of Light

Chapter 13: The Jinjin's Just Judgment

Chapter 14: The Long-Eared Hearer Learns by Listening

Chapter 15: The Dragon Defies Danger

Chapter 16: The Naughty Nome

Chapter 17: A Tragic Transformation

Chapter 18: A Clever Conquest

Chapter 19: King Kaliko

Chapter 20: Quox Quietly Quits

Chapter 21: A Bashful Brother

Chapter 22: Kindly Kisses

Chapter 23: Ruggedo Reforms

Chapter 24: Dorothy is Delighted

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Written from 1909 to 1912, loosely based on the play The Tik-Tok Man of Oz; Reilly & Britton (1914, 1917-18); Reilly & Lee (1919-20; 1934-late '50s, 1959-60, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1980); Dover (1994); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1996)

Toto and the Truth

Page 177, paragraph 7 to the End

Atticus Gannaway

Illustrated by Anna-Maria Cool

Oz-story Magazine #6, Hungry Tiger Press (2000)

Tik-Tok of Oz

Chapter 25: The Land of Love

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Written from 1909 to 1912, loosely based on the play The Tik-Tok Man of Oz; Reilly & Britton (1914, 1917-18); Reilly & Lee (1919-20; 1934-late '50s, 1959-60, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1980); Dover (1994); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1996)

Sky Island

Chapter 1: A Mysterious Arrival

Chapter 2: The Magic Umbrella

Chapter 3: A Wonderful Experience

Chapter 4: The Islands in the Sky

Chapter 5: The Boolooroo of the Blues

Chapter 6: The Six Snubnosed Princesses

Chapter 7: Ghip-Ghisizzle Proves Friendly

Chapter 8: The Blue City

Chapter 9: The Tribulation of Trot

Chapter 10: The King's Treasure Chamber

Chapter 11: Button-Bright Encounters the Blue Wolf

Chapter 12: Through the Fog Bank

Chapter 13: The Pink Country

Chapter 14: Tourmaline the Poverty Queen

Chapter 15: The Sunrise Tribe and the Sunset Tribe

Chapter 16: Rosalie the Witch

Chapter 17: The Arrival of Polychrome

Chapter 18: Mayre, Queen of the Pink Country

Chapter 19: The War of the Pinks and Blues

Chapter 20: Ghip-Ghisizzle Has a Bad Time

Chapter 21: The Capture of Cap'n Bill

Chapter 22: Trot's Invisible Adventure

Chapter 23: The Girl and the Boolooroo

Chapter 24: The Amazing Conquest of the Blues

Chapter 25: The Ruler of Sky Island

Chapter 26: Trot Celebrates Her Victory

Chapter 27: The Fate of the Magic Umbrella

Chapter 28: The Elephant's Head Comes to Life

Chapter 29: Trot Regulates the Pinkies

Chapter 30: The Journey Home

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1912); Reilly & Lee (1920, 1927, mid-30s, 1970); Books of Wonder (1988); Dover (2002)

OZMA HAS GLINDA REMOVE THE BARRIER OF INVISIBILITY AROUND OZ

1906

MOMBI GOES TO CYRUNE TO MARRY KING ARNAUDE

THE SORCERESS NEVOU ENCHANTS THE KINGDOM OF CYRUNE AND VERDANT FOREST

PETER BROWN IS BORN

The Seven Blue Mountains of Oz:

Book 1: The Disenchanted Princess of Oz

Chapter 13: The Tri-Rulers of Trope

Melody Grandy

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1995)

 

Nero Zeero: Snoz of Oz

Jay V. Groves

Illustrated by Eric Shanower

Oziana 1983, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Little Wizard Stories of Oz (aka. The Little Wizard Series)

Jack Pumpkinhead and the Sawhorse of Oz

The Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman of Oz

Ozma and the Little Wizard of Oz

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (as individual titles: 1913; in collected book edition: 1914); Reilly & Lee (Set 1: Little Oz Books with Jig-Saw Oz Puzzles 1932, The Jell-O booklets 1933); Rand McNally (as three booklets with two titles each: 1939); Shocken Books (1985); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1994); Dover (2011)

The Three Imps of Oz

Chapter 1: The Three Imps [expanded retelling of Ozma and the Little Wizard of Oz]

Chris Dulabone

Illustrated by Kimberly Frodelius

Written in 1989; Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1998)

Hank and the Scarecrow of Oz

Robert R. Pattrick

Illustrated by Robert MacVeigh

Oziana 1979, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Scraps and the Magic Box

Fred Meyer

Camilla Townsend

Illustrated by Bill Eubank

The Baum Bugle Winter 1979, The International Wizard of Oz Club; The Baum Bugle Autumn 1980, The International Wizard of Oz Club; First half reprinted with a different conclusion in the book, In Other Lands than Oz, The Vanitas Press (1984); Lulu.com (2006).

The Secret Island of Oz

Chapter 1: The Crimson-Tailed Quipperug

Chapter 2: Knotboy

Chapter 3: The Contest

Eric Shanower

Illustrated by Eric Shanower

Adventures in Oz, IDW Publishing (2006); Little Adventures in Oz: Book 2, IDW Publishing (2010); First Comics (1986, 1990);

Four Views of General Jinjur

Mycroft Mason (as Gray Cardinal)

Archiveofourown.org

The Tin Castle of Oz

   Prologue

   Epilogue

Peter Schulenburg

Illustrated by Peter Schulenburg

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1996)

The Corn Mansion of Oz

   Prologue

   Epilogue

Peter Schulenburg

Illustrated by Peter Schulenburg

Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (1998)

Yama Yama Land

Chapter 1: The Birthday Lady

Chapter 2: The Canyon of Lost Rainbows

Chapter 3: Frog Folks

Chapter 4: The Meadow of Stares

Chapter 5: Tall Timber Land

Chapter 6: The Secret

Chapter 7: The Lovely Lady

Chapter 8: The Capture

Chapter 9: The Secret Wish

Chapter 10: The Rebel Totem Poles

Chapter 11: Amethyst Mountain

Chapter 12: Porcupine Valley

Chapter 13: The Tree People

Chapter 14: Old Acquaintances

Chapter 15: Moving Day

Chapter 16: Yama Yama Land

Chapter 17: Princess Runaway

Chapter 18: The Battle

Chapter 19: The Star Spangled Banner

Grace Duffie Boylan

Illustrated by Edgar Keller

Reilly & Britton (1909)

1907

THE PRINCESS OF SUN TOP MOUNTAIN IS TURNED INTO A TREE WHEN SHE REFUSES TO MARRY THE SORCERER GLEGG

OZMA HAS THE ROYAL PALACE EXPANDED AGAIN WITH ANOTHER WING

The Woozy’s Tale

Gili Bar-Hilel

Illustrated by David Maxine

Oziana 1992, The International Wizard of Oz Club

April

Colonel Cotton in Oz

Tim Hollis

Illustrated by Tim Hollis

Oziana 1980, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Summer

Scraps and the Cruel Kalidah

Brian Baker

Illustrated by Damon Ralph

Oziana 1972, The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Scarecrow of Oz

Chapter 1: The Great Whirlpool

Chapter 2: The Cavern Under the Sea

Chapter 3: The Ork

Chapter 4: Daylight at Last!

Chapter 5: The Little Old Man of the Island

Chapter 6: The Flight of the Midgets

Chapter 7: The Bumpy Man

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Partly based on the 1914 motion-picture His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz; Reilly & Britton (1915, 1917-1918); Reilly & Lee (1919 to late 1920s, 1933, 1934 to late '50s, popular edition 1940, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1980); Dover (1999); The International Wizard of Oz Club (1991); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1997)

Twin Properties Aurilly Archiveofourown.org (2016)

The Scarecrow of Oz

Chapter 8: Button-Bright is Lost, and Found Again

Chapter 9: The Kingdom of Jinxland

Chapter 10: Pon, the Gardener's Boy

Chapter 11: The Wicked King and Googly-Goo

Chapter 12: The Wooden-Legged Grasshopper

Chapter 13: Glinda the Good and the Scarecrow of Oz

Chapter 14: The Frozen Heart

Chapter 15: Trot Meets the Scarecrow

Chapter 16: Pon Summons the King to Surrender

Chapter 17: The Ork Rescues Button-Bright

Chapter 18: The Scarecrow Meets an Enemy

Chapter 19: The Conquest of the Witch

Chapter 20: Queen Gloria

Chapter 21: Dorothy, Betsy and Ozma

Chapter 22: The Waterfall

Chapter 23: The Land of Oz

Chapter 24: The Royal Reception

 

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Partly based on the 1914 motion-picture His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz; Reilly & Britton (1915, 1917-1918); Reilly & Lee (1919 to late 1920s, 1933, 1934 to late '50s, popular edition 1940, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1964); Del Rey (1980); Dover (1999); The International Wizard of Oz Club (1991); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1997)

Dr. Byz Zaar in Oz

Chapter 1: A Bizarre Stranger

Chapter 2: The Eyes Have It

Chapter 3: The New Wizard of Oz

Chapter 4: Fanto Menaced

Chapter 5: Breaking the Spell

Chapter 6: Private Eyes

Daniel Gobble

Illustrated by Linda Medley

Oziana 2003, The International Wizard of Oz Club

July 29August 3
Dagmar in Oz

Chapter 1: A Salute to the Post Office (page 9−11)

Chris Dulabone

Illustrated by Charlene Greski

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1991)
August 14/21

The Braided Man of Oz

Eleanor Kennedy

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Oziana 1997, The International Wizard of Oz Club

August 15End of the Year
Dagmar in Oz

Chapter 1: A Salute to the Post Office (page 12−21)

Chris Dulabone

Illustrated by Charlene Greski

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1991)

DR. NIKIDIK AND BRAXUS THE MAGICIAN ALLOW THEMSELVES TO BE EXILED TO TAKERS ISLAND

1908

DR. NIKIDIK LEAVES TAKERS ISLAND AND SNEAKS BACK INTO OZ

February 4March 3
Dagmar in Oz

Chapter 1: A Salute to the Post Office (page 22−25)

Chris Dulabone

Illustrated by Charlene Greski

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1991)
March 4
Dagmar in Oz

Chapter 2: The Truth Ponderers

Chris Dulabone

Illustrated by Charlene Greski

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1991)
Mrs. Pickering Goes to Oz

Chapter 1: The Fifty-Cent Piece

Chapter 2: Terry Makes a Wish

Chapter 3: Mama Rosa's Book of Charms

Chapter 4: A Trip to Butterfield

Chapter 5: Dominick and the Village of Glass

Chapter 6: The Cave of Live Rocks

Chapter 7: The Rubber People

Chapter 8: The Deadly Crucible

Chapter 9: Queen Gruzelda

Chapter 10: Button Bright and the Cowardly Lion

Chapter 11: A Visit to Santa's Workshop

Chapter 12: The Blizzard Imps

Chapter 13: The Snow Fairies

Chapter 14: The True Princess

Chapter 15: Lazarus Learns the Secret

Chapter 16: The Land of the Toddlekins

Chapter 17: How the Two Parties Met

Chapter 18: In the Giant Dollhouse

Chapter 19: The Rescue Party

Chapter 20: The Nest of the Redbirds

Chapter 21: The Valley of the Sorcerers

Chapter 22: The Sorcerer's Palace

Chapter 23: The Gold Cross

Chapter 24: Queen Catherine

Chapter 25: Button Bright's Birthday Party

Vincent Ward Written in 1976; Privately published (2006)
May 1023

The Lost Princess of Oz

Chapter 1: A Terrible Loss

Chapter 2: The Troubles of Glinda the Good

Chapter 3: The Robbery of Cayke the Cookie Cook

Chapter 4: Among the Winkies

Chapter 5: Ozma's Friends are Perplexed

Chapter 6: The Search Party

Chapter 7: The Merry-Go-Round Mountains

Chapter 8: The Mysterious City

Chapter 9: The High Coco-Lorum of Thi

Chapter 10: Toto Loses Something

Chapter 11: Button-Bright Loses Himself

Chapter 12: The Czarover of Herku

Chapter 13: The Truth Pond

Chapter 14: The Unhappy Ferryman

Chapter 15: The Big Lavender Bear

Chapter 16: The Little Pink Bear

Chapter 17: The Meeting

Chapter 18: The Conference

Chapter 19: Ugu the Shoemaker

Chapter 20: Surprises

Chapter 21: Magic Against Magic

Chapter 22: In the Wicker Castle

Chapter 23: The Defiance of Ugu the Shoemaker

Chapter 24: The Little Pink Bear Speaks Truly

Chapter 25: Ozma of Oz

Chapter 26: Dorothy Forgives

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1917, 1918); Reilly & Lee (1919-mid '20s, 1932-mid'50s, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1964); British Hutchinson Junior Books edition 1974; Del Rey (1980); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1998); Dover (1998)

JuneJuly

The Witch Queen of Oz

Chapter 1: The Land of Mites and Tites

Chapter 2: The Black Heart

Chapter 3: The Wizard Takes Glinda on an Outing

Chapter 4: Ozma Gets Her Wish

Chapter 5: The Last Ozite in America

Chapter 6: The Little Farm

Chapter 7: The Wizard Takes the Lead

Chapter 8: Riding the Rails

Chapter 9: The Wicked Witch

Chapter 10: Trapped

Chapter 11: The Rock Nomes

Chapter 12: Dorothy to the Rescue

Chapter 13: The Road North

Chapter 14: Queen Iris

Chapter 15: Into the Quadling Country

Chapter 16: The Stumbling Block

Chapter 17: In Which Dorothy Learns Many Secrets

Chapter 18: The Queen of Oz

Chapter 19: The Enchanted Waters

Chapter 20: The Race for the Silver Shoes

Chapter 21: Under the Sea

Chapter 22: Queen Aquareine Receives a Warning

Chapter 23: The Battle of the Mermaid Queen

Chapter 24: Clakku Has His Doubts

Chapter 25: The Wild Ride

Chapter 26: The Fern Grove

Chapter 27: The Cave of Dr. Nikidik

Chapter 28: The Advice of Tattypoo

Chapter 29: Return to Sky Island

Chapter 30: War in the Mists

Chapter 31: Dorothy and the Boolaroo of the Blues

Chapter 32: The Silver Shoes

Chapter 33: A Surprising Rescue

Chapter 34: The Wizard's Tale

Chapter 35: The Nome King

Chapter 36: The Tortoise's Surprise

Chapter 37: Enilrul in Oz

Chapter 38: The Dark Wood

Chapter 39: The Metal Castle

Chapter 40: The Victory of the Witch Queen

Chapter 41: The Rescue of Ezra

Chapter 42: The Celebration

Chapter 43: Epilogue for Enilrul

Philip John Lewin

Illustrated by Theresa Brandon

Nikidik Press (2003)

Alliance of the Elementals

Nathan M. DeHoff (as Damon Z. Pythias)

The Royal Publisher of Oz: Available here. Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

July 14−August 22

The Magic of Oz

Chapter 1: Mount Munch

Chapter 2: The Hawk

Chapter 3: Two Bad Ones

Chapter 4: Conspirators

Chapter 5: A Happy Corner of Oz

Chapter 6: Ozma's Birthday Presents

Chapter 7: The Forest of Gugu

Chapter 8: The Li-Mon-Eags Make Trouble

Chapter 9: The Isle of the Magic Flower

Chapter 10: Stuck Fast

Chapter 11: The Beasts of the Forest of Gugu

Chapter 12: Kiki Uses His Magic

Chapter 13: The Loss of the Black Bag

Chapter 14: The Wizard Learns the Magic Word

Chapter 15: The Lonesome Duck

Chapter 16: The Glass Cat Finds the Black Bag

Chapter 17: A Remarkable Journey

Chapter 18: The Magic of the Wizard

Chapter 19: Dorothy and the Bumble Bees

Chapter 20: The Monkeys Have Trouble

Chapter 21: The College of Athletic Arts

Chapter 22: Ozma's Birthday Party

Chapter 23: The Fountain of Oblivion

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Written in 1915; Reilly & Lee (1919, 1920, 1923, 1931 to late '50s, 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960, white edition 1965); Dover (1998); Del Rey (1981); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1999)

August 29

Much Ado About Kiki Aru

Sean Patrick Duffley

Illustrated by Sean Patrick Duffley

Oziana 1986, The International Wizard of Oz Club

September to December

Sunday Visits

Michael Pickens

Illustrated by Dan Seitler

Oz-story Magazine #4, Hungry Tiger Press (1998)

The Ruby Heart

Michael O. Riley

Oz-story Magazine #5, Hungry Tiger Press (1999)

The Great and Terrible Oz Mystery

Michael O'Riley

Included in The Lost Tales of Oz; forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz

The Magic Carpet of Oz

Chapter 1: The Courage of Cats

Chapter 2: The Correction of a Magician

Chapter 3: The Advice of Counsel

Chapter 4: On the Road to Burzee

Chapter 5: The Mischievous Whimsie

Chapter 6: The Council of Immortals

Chapter 7: On the Trail of Gurkin

Chapter 8: Damselflies in Distress

Chapter 9: Have You Ever Crossed the Sandy Waste on a Sawhorse?

Chapter 10: Ozma's Education Begins

Chapter 11: Snug as a Bug in a Rug

Chapter 12: The Road North

Chapter 13: The Fugitive Whimsie

Chapter 14: Gurkin on the Trail

Chapter 15: To the Kingdom of Dreams

Chapter 16: Andior's Dream

Chapter 17: Gurkin's Dream

Chapter 18: The Frogman's Dream

Chapter 19: The Cowardly Lion's Dream

Chapter 20: Ozma Learns Magic

Chapter 21: The Rescue of the Sleepers

Chapter 22: Back to Carpeton

Chapter 23: Jack Pumpkinhead Rules!

Chapter 24: The Cleaning of the Carpet

Chapter 25: The Uses of the Wand

Chapter 26: Gurkin's Last Stand

Chapter 27: The Return of the Sawhorse

Chapter 28: Back to Oz

Chapter 29: A Hero's Welcome

Chapter 30: Return to Boboland

David Hulan

Illustrated by J. Odell

"A Bungled Kidnapping in Oz" illustrated by John Mundt Esq.

Red Hen Publications (2011); Coming soon from The Royal Publisher of Oz; Chapters 1-2 originally published as "A Bungled Kidnapping in Oz," in Oziana 2004, The International Wizard of Oz Club

1909

SPEEDY IS BORN

January 31    

The Enchanted Tree of Oz

(formerly the Unfinished Story Contest)

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Dick Martin

The Baum Bugle vol 9 #2, 8/65, The International Wizard of Oz Club; The Best of The Baum Bugle: 1965-1966, The International Wizard of Oz Club; The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders, The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985)

The Enchanted Tree of Oz: Conclusion

Bill Eubank

Illustrated by Bill Eubank

The Baum Bugle vol 9 #3, 12/65, The International Wizard of Oz Club; The Best of The Baum Bugle: 1965-1966, The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Tin Woodman of Oz

Chapter 1: Woot the Wanderer

Chapter 2: The Heart of the Tin Woodman

Chapter 3: Roundabout

Chapter 4: The Loons of Loonville

Chapter 5: Mrs. Yoop, the Giantess

Chapter 6: The Magic of a Yookoohoo

Chapter 7: The Lace Apron

Chapter 8: The Menace of the Forest

Chapter 9: The Quarrelsome Dragons

Chapter 10: Tommy Kwikstep

Chapter 11: Jinjur's Ranch

Chapter 12: Ozma and Dorothy

Chapter 13: The Restoration

Chapter 14: The Green Monkey

Chapter 15: The Man of Tin

Chapter 16: Captain Fyter

Chapter 17: The Workshop of Ku-Klip

Chapter 18: The Tin Woodman Talks to Himself

Chapter 19: The Invisible Country

Chapter 20: Over Night

Chapter 21: Polychrome's Magic

Chapter 22: Nimmie Amee

Chapter 23: Through the Tunnel

Chapter 24: The Curtain Falls

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Britton (1918); Reilly & Lee (1919-1920, 1923, mid-to-late 1920s, 1932 to mid 1950s, popular edition w/new cover & dust-jacket 1940, re-illustrated edition by Dale Ulrey w/new cover & dustjacket 1955, Roycraft 1959, white edition 1965; British Hutchinson Junior Books edition (1974); Del Rey (1981); Books of Wonder/William Morrow (1999); Dover (2000)

The Axman's Arm

J. L. Bell

Illustrated by David Lee Ingersoll

Oziana 2006, The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Lavender Bear of Oz

Chapter 1: Bear Center

Chapter 2: In Merryland

Chapter 3: The Lavender Bear

Chapter 4: Babies Afloat

Chapter 5: Strange Disappearances

Chapter 6: Barely Any Bears

Chapter 7: The Squirrel King

Chapter 8: Under Siege

Chapter 9: The Tin Woodman Arrives

Chapter 10: Under Observation

Chapter 11: Find the Babies

Chapter 12: Babies, Babies, Everywhere

Bill Campbell & Irwin Terry

Illustrated by Bill Campbell & Irwin Terry

Emerald City Press (1998)

The Magic Pipe

Ruth Plumly Thompson

The Philadelphia Public Ledger, January 1921; Sissajig and Other Surprises; The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003); Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

Glinda of Oz

Chapter 1: The Call of Duty

Chapter 2: Ozma and Dorothy

Chapter 3: The Mist Maidens

Chapter 5: The Magic Stairway

Chapter 6: Flathead Mountain

Chapter 7: The Magic Isle

Chapter 8: Queen Coo-ee-oh

Chapter 9: Lady Aurex

Chapter 10: Under Water

Chapter 11: The Conquest of the Skeezers

Chapter 12: The Diamond Swan

Chapter 13: The Alarm Bell

Chapter 14: Ozma's Counsellors

Chapter 15: The Great Sorceress

Chapter 16: The Enchanted Fishes

Chapter 17: Under the Great Dome

Chapter 18: The Cleverness of Ervic

Chapter 19: Red Reera, the Yookoohoo

Chapter 20: A Puzzling Problem

Chapter 21: The Three Adepts

Chapter 22: The Sunken Island

Chapter 23: The Magic Words

Chapter 24: Glinda's Triumph

L. Frank Baum

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1920, 1923, 1926, 1933 to mid '50s), 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960, white edition 1965); Del Rey (1981); Dover (2000); Books of Wonder/HarperCollins (2000);

An Oz Book

L. Frank Baum

Baum Bugle vol 9, #3; 12/65 The International Wizard of Oz Club; "An Oz Book": Chapter 1, Oziana 2012.

Abra Kadabra of Oz

Melody Grandy

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Oziana 1974, The International Wizard of Oz Club

October 30-31

Masquerade in Oz

Chapter 1: Betsy's Bright Idea

Chapter 2: Scraps Visits the Wizard

Chapter 3: Betsy's Birthday

Chapter 4: Fun and Games

Chapter 5: Scraps' Magic Act

Chapter 6: Who's Who?

Chapter 7: In the Library

Chapter 8: Trouble in the Kitchen

Chapter 9: Scraps Takes a Plunge

Chapter 10: Laundry Time

Chapter 11: The Closet in the Basement

Chapter 12: Bungle's Powder

Chapter 13: Scraps Saves the Day

Bill Campbell & Irwin Terry

Illustrated by Bill Campbell & Irwin Terry

Emerald City Press (1994)

The Ork in Oz

Chapter 1: A Witch Awakens

Chapter 2: Vengeance Vowed

Chapter 3: A Vexing Visitor

Chapter 4: The Witch Wends Her Way

Chapter 5: The Wasps of the Wisp

Chapter 6: Irving of Ivalor

Chapter 7: The Witch in the West

Chapter 8: The Witch and the Wisp

Chapter 9: A Dangerous Delay

Chapter 10: Irv and Orv

Chapter 11: The Witch Wields the Wasps

Chapter 12: Celebrities Cerebrate

Chapter 13: Conspirators Conspire

Chapter 14: Sorcery Strikes

Chapter 15: Novices in Necromancy

Chapter 16: An Implausible Plan

Chapter 17: Daring the Desert

Chapter 18: A Fiery Flight

Chapter 19: Orville Offers Aid

Chapter 20: Irv and Perv

Chapter 21: A Desperate Dash

Chapter 22: Confreres Confer

Chapter 23: The Service of Pervus

Chapter 24: Org of Orgland

Chapter 25: Orv and Org

Chapter 26: The Calm

Chapter 27: Vim and Vigor Vie in Vain

Chapter 28: Irv and Orv Arrive

Chapter 29: Celebrities Celebrate

Epilogue: A Comrade's Conscience

Jack and Larry Brenton

Illustrated by Jack and Larry Breton

Re-Printers, Inc. (privately printed, 1974); Vanitas Press (2006)

Adventures in Oz: Fantasy Roleplaying Beyond the Yellow Brick Road: Chapter 11: The Jaded City of Oz

Kris Newton

Illustrated by Adam Dickstein

F. Douglass Wall (FDW1000) (2012)

Mr. Thinman in Oz

Fred Meyer & Adrienne Martinez

Illustrated by Bill Eubank

Oziana 1972, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Winter

A Story About Dragons (aka. The Dragon of Pumperdink)

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Anna-Maria Cool (Oz-story Magazine #1)

Philadelphia Public Ledger (1919); Sissajig and Other Surprises, The International Wizard of Oz Club (2002); as "The Dragon of Pumperdink": Oz-story Magazine #1, Hungry Tiger Press (1995);

Christmas with the Prince (aka. Christmas in Pumperdink)

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Mark Grammel (Oz-story Magazine #2)

Philadelphia Public Ledger (1919); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders; The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985); Oz-story Magazine #2, Hungry Tiger Press (1996)

King Kojo

Chapter 1: The Ogre of Oh-Go-Wan

Chapter 2: In Kojo's Castle

Chapter 3: Escape From the Robber's Cave

Chapter 4: A Wizard in Oh-Go-Wan

Chapter 5: The Wizard's Wishing Rod

Chapter 6: The Girl Who Came Out of the Sea

Chapter 7: Ketch Recovers the Wishing Rod

Chapter 8: Tomjon and the Magic Ashes

Chapter 9: Her Highness of Whyness and Where

Chapter 10: A Princess Changes Her Mind

Chapter 11: Dorcas Disappears

Chapter 12: The Search Goes On

Chapter 13: King Kojo Goes to the Ball

Chapter 14: After the Ball Was Over

Chapter 15: King Kojo's Magic Lantern

Chapter 16: Christmas in Oh-Go-Wan

Chapter 17: A Package For His Majesty

Chapter 18: The Fakir of Faru

Chapter 19: King Kojo Takes a Chair Ride

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Marge

Serialized in King Comics, David McKay Publishing (1937); collected as King Kojo: David McKay Company (1938); Chapter 1: "The Ogre of Oh-Go-Wan," reprinted in Oz-story Magazine #6, Hungry Tiger Press (2000)

Tales of King Kojo

The Wise Man of Og

The Wizard of Whatintot

A Wiseman Brings His Present to the King

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Marge

King Comics, David McKay Publishing (1937); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders, The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985)

1910

The Wizard and His Purple Beard (aka. The Wizard of Pumperdink)

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Anna-Maria Cool (Oz-story Magazine #4)

Philadelphia Public Ledger (1920); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders; The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985); adapted in comic-form as "The Wizard of Pumperdink," by Eric Shanower and Anna-Maria Cool: Oz-story Magazine #4; Hungry Tiger Press (1998)

March

The Royal Book of Oz

Chapter 1: Professor Wogglebug's Great Idea

Chapter 2: The Scarecrow's Family Tree

Chapter 3: Down the Magic Bean Pole

Chapter 4: Dorothy's Lonely Breakfast

Chapter 5: Sir Hokus of Pokes

Chapter 6: Singing Their Way Out of Pokes

Chapter 7: The Scarecrow is Hailed As Emperor

Chapter 8: The Scarecrow Studies the Silver Island

Chapter 9: "Save Us With Your Magic, Exalted One!"

Chapter 10: Princess Ozma and Betsy Bobbin Talk It Over

Chapter 11: Sir Hokus Overcometh the Giant

Chapter 12: Dorothy and Sir Hokus Come to Fix City

Chapter 13: Dancing Beds and the Road That Unrolled

Chapter 14: Sons and Grandsons Greet the Scarecrow

Chapter 15: The Three Princes Plot to Undo the Emperor

Chapter 16: Dorothy and Her Guardians Meet New Friends

Chapter 17: Doubty and Camy Vanish Into Space

Chapter 18: Dorothy Finds the Scarecrow!

Chapter 19: Planning to Fly From the Silver Island

Chapter 20: Dorothy Upsets the Ceremony of the Island

Chapter 21: The Escape From the Silver Island

Chapter 22: The Flight of the Parasol

Chapter 23: Safe at Last in the Land of Oz

Chapter 24: Homeward Bound to the Emerald City

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1921, mid-1920s, 1933, 1959); Del Rey (1985); Books of Wonder (1997); Dover (2001)

April

Kabumpo in Oz

Chapter 1: The Exploding Birthday Cake

Chapter 2: Picking a Proper Princess

Chapter 3: Kabumpo and Pompa Disappear

Chapter 4: The Curious Cottabus Appears

Chapter 5: In the City of the Figure Heads
Chapter 6: Ruggedo's History in Six Rocks

Chapter 7: Sir Hokus and the Giants

Chapter 8: Woe in the Emerald City

Chapter 9: Mixed Magic Makes Mischief

Chapter 10: Peg and Wag to the Rescue

Chapter 11: The King of the Illumi-Nation

Chapter 12: The Delicious Sea of Soup

Chapter 13: On the Road to Ev

Chapter 14: Terror in Ozma's Palace

Chapter 15: The Sand Man Takes a Hand

Chapter 16: Kabumpo Vanquishes the Twigs

Chapter 17: Meeting the Runaway Country

Chapter 18: Prince Pompadore Proposes

Chapter 19: Ozma Takes Things in Hand

Chapter 20: The Proper Princess is Found

Chapter 21: How It All Came About

Chapter 22: Ruggedo's Last Rock

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1922, 1923, 1934, 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960; Del Rey (1985); Books of Wonder (1998)

May
The Strong Man in Oz Jared Davis & Jon Miranda The Royal Blog of Oz
June

Grampa in Oz

Chapter 1: A Rainy Day in Ragbad

Chapter 2: The Wise Man Speaks

Chapter 3: The Blue Forest of Oz

Chapter 4: The Baffled Bandits

Chapter 5: Down the Hollow Tree

Chapter 6: The Wizard's Garden

Chapter 7: The Winding Stairway

Chapter 8: Strange Happenings in Perhaps City

Chapter 9: Dorothy Meets a New Celebrity

Chapter 10: Prince Forge John of Fire Island

Chapter 11: Into the Volcano

Chapter 12: The Island of Isa Poso

Chapter 13: Tatters Receives the Reward

Chapter 14: On Monday Mountain

Chapter 15: The Finding of Fumbo's Head!

Chapter 16: Princess Dorothy Escapes

Chapter 17: The Adventurers Meet

Chapter 18: The Mischievous Play Fellows

Chapter 19: Back to Perhaps City

Chapter 20: The Prophet Confesses

Chapter 21: Urtha Is Transformed

Chapter 22: Rejoicing in Ragbad

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1924, 1933, 1959); Del Rey (1985)

The New Fellow

J. L. Bell

Illustrated by David Bishop

Oziana 2014, The International Wizard of Oz Club

July

The Master Crafters of Oz

Chapter 1: The Mad Box

Chapter 2: Just Another Oz Picnic

Chapter 3: The Green Violin

Chapter 4: The Maestro Seeks Advice

Chapter 5: A Crack in the Box

Chapter 6: Another Oz Picnic... Oh Oh, Looks Like Rain!

Chapter 7: The Knock-On Woods

Chapter 8: Wooda Shoulda

Chapter 9: Philius Visits Nikidic

Chapter 10: The Secret Society

Chapter 11: What To Do About Tik-Tok

Chapter 12: A Frightening Dinner Party

Chapter 13: The Grand Old Lady of the Forest

Chapter 14: Revelations

Chapter 15: The Master of Tin

Chapter 16: Nimmie Amee Chooses... Again

Chapter 17: Into Dreamland

Chapter 18: The Beautiful Dreamer

Chapter 19: A Confrontation with a Dark and Sinister Man

Chapter 20: Philius Confesses

Chapter 21: On the Road to the Emerald City

Chapter 22: The Judgment of Ozma

Chapter 23: Trapped Again

Chapter 24: The Man with the Toolbox

Chapter 25: The City of Sorrow

Chapter 26: Remy Plays Up a Storm

Chapter 27: A Homecoming

Chapter 28: Jinjur Has Visitors

Chapter 29: June Finds a New Home

Chapter 30: The Fate of Nikidik

Chapter 31: Cat and Mouse

Chapter 32: The Secret Society Exposed

Chapter 33: The Blacksmith Tinkerer

Chapter 34: Tik-Tok's Origin is Revealed

Chapter 35: The Last Chance

Chapter 36: Remy and Philius

Chapter 37: Loose Ends

Chapter 38: Epilogue

Philip John Lewin

Nikidik Press (2009)

DR. NIKIDIK IS MADE TO DRINK FROM THE FOUNTAIN OF OBLIVION AND IS EXILED BACK TO TAKER'S ISLAND

August

The Lost King of Oz

Chapter 1: In Jolly Kimbaloo

Chapter 2: Snip's Great Adventure

Chapter 3: King Kinda Jolly is Sad

Chapter 4: In the Purple Forest

Chapter 5: The Rolling Hoopers

Chapter 6: In Catty Corners

Chapter 7: The Magic Pudding

Chapter 8: The Mysterious Message

Chapter 9: In the Castle of Morrow

Chapter 10: Dorothy and the Dummy

Chapter 11: A Real Oz Adventure

Chapter 12: The Playful Scooters

Chapter 13: Snip Meets the Blanks

Chapter 14: The Old Tailor's Story

Chapter 15: Kabumpo to the Rescue

Chapter 16: Humpy Hailed as King

Chapter 17: Mombi's Magic

Chapter 18: Ozma's Odd Home-Coming

Chapter 19: The Wizard Takes a Hand

Chapter 20: The Lost King Is Found

Chapter 21: The Grand Procession

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1925, 1927-28, 1935, 1959); Del Rey (1985)

Ocober

A King of Needles and Thread

Nathan M. DeHoff

Available here from the Royal Publisher of Oz Originally published online at the Oz Story Archives (1995)

October 30−November 5

A Day in Oz, or Scraps from Oz

(First Alterable Scene)

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Dick Martin

Sissajig and Other Surprises; The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003)

The Hungry Tiger of Oz

Chapter 1: The Pasha of Rash

Chapter 2: Betsy's Birthday

Chapter 3: The Hungry Tiger in Rash

Chapter 4: The Vegetable Man of Oz

Chapter 5: Prisoners in Rash

Chapter 6: The Scarlet Princes

Chapter 7: Escape from Rash

Chapter 8: In Down Town

Chapter 9: The Indus Tree

Chapter 10: The Magic Spectacles

Chapter 11: The Second Rash Ruby

Chapter 12: Immense City

Chapter 13: Beside the Wall

Chapter 14: The Airman of Oz

Chapter 15: Rusty Ore to the Rescue

Chapter 16: Reddy and the Giants

Chapter 17: The Big Wig's Secret

Chapter 18: The Third Rash Ruby

Chapter 19: Reddy Restored to the Throne

Chapter 20: Safe in the Emerald City

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1926, 1933, Roycraft 1959); Del Rey (1985)

1911

The Forgotten Forest of Oz

Chapter 1: Out of Burzee

Chapter 2: Sounds in the Night

Chapter 3: The Troll Queen

Chapter 4: In the Troll Tunnels

Chapter 5: The Chase

Chapter 6: The Water of Oblivion

Eric Shanower

Illustrated by Eric Shanower

Adventures in Oz, IDW Publishing (2006); Little Adventures in Oz: Book 2, IDW Publishing (2010); First Comics (1988, 1990)

The Threat of Civil-oz-ation

Daniel K. Cox

Illustrated by Nate Flower

Oziana 1975, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Adventure on Monday Mountain

(aka. Adventures on Monday Mountain)

Chapter 1: The Wish

Chapter 2: Monday Mountain

Chapter 3: Amy Ammonia

Chapter 4: Ozma Explains

Chapter 5: Home Again

Ernest Johnson

Illustrated by Dennis Anfuso

Oziana 1981, The International Wizard of Oz Club

1912

The Seven Blue Mountains of Oz:

Book 1: The Disenchanted Princess of Oz

Chapter 14: The Surprise Tree

Chapter 15: The Wishbird and the Strawberry Tart

Chapter 16: The Man of Glass

Chapter 17: A Trip to Lostland

Chapter 18: Faraq's Tale

Chapter 19: Home

Melody Grandy

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1995)

 

The Giant Horse of Oz

Chapter 1: The King of the Ozure Isles

Chapter 2: The Golden Pear

Chapter 3: The Strange Public Benefactor

Chapter 4: Finding a Mortal Maiden

Chapter 5: In the Cave of Quiberon

Chapter 6: The Wicked Soothsayer

Chapter 7: The Trials of Tattypoo

Chapter 8: The Man in the Bottle

Chapter 9: King of the Uplanders

Chapter 10: High Times Up Town

Chapter 11: The King of Cave City

Chapter 12: Escape from Cave City

Chapter 13: The Round-abouties

Chapter 14: The Meeting of Celebrities

Chapter 15: The Shutter Faces

Chapter 16: The Lost Queen Returns

Chapter 17: A Royal Welcome

Chapter 18: The Tale of Tattypoo

Chapter 19: Another Wishing Pill

Chapter 20: Rulers East and North

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1928, 1933, 1959); Del Rey (1985)

Kabumpo and the Rain King: An Oz Tale Nathan DeHoff The Royal Publisher of Oz. Available here.

1913

May

The Cowardly Lion of Oz

Chapter 1: Mustafa of Mudge

Chapter 2: Magic at the Circus

Chapter 3: At the Court of Mudge

Chapter 4: Mustafa's Mandate

Chapter 5: The Cowardly Lion Hunters

Chapter 6: The Seven Doors

Chapter 7: The Escape from Doorways

Chapter 8: The Cowardly Lion's Quest

Chapter 9: In Search of a Brave Man

Chapter 10: On the Isle of Un

Chapter 11: A Strange Fishing Party

Chapter 12: Saved by a Flyaboutabus

Chapter 13: Mustafa's Blue Magic

Chapter 14: Flying in a Deluge

Chapter 15: Mustafa Keeps Watch

Chapter 16: A Fall from the Sky

Chapter 17: The Stone Man of Oz

Chapter 18: Notta's Last Disguise

Chapter 19: In the Emerald City

Chapter 20: The Cowardly Lion's Peril

Chapter 21: Oz Magic Triumphs

Chapter 22: A Happy Home in Oz

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1923, 1933, 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960); Del Rey (1985)

The Cowardly Lion and the Courage Pills

Glenn Ingersoll

Illustrated by David Ingersoll

Oziana 1982, The International Wizard of Oz Club

July

The Merry Mountaineer of Oz

    The Awful Ogre of Ogodown

    High Times on Tip Top Mountain

    The Wooden Soldier of Oz

    No Joy in Mudville

Lin Carter

Illustrated by Marcus Mebes

Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (2004)

August 14, 21

The Ice Cream Man of Oz

Jim Vander Noot         

Illustrated by Robert Leuhrs   

Oziana 1985, The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Story of a Stone Lion

Ruth Plumly Thompson

The Philadelphia Public Ledger, September 1916; Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

Marvelous Travels on a Wish

(aka. The Wish Express)

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Hammon

The Philadelphia Public Ledger, July--September, 1916; The Wonder Book, Reilly & Lee (1929); The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006); as The Wish Express, Hungry Tiger Press (unabridged 2007)

1914

AN ISLAND OFF THE COAST OF EV FLIES OFF TO BECOME UMBRELLA ISLAND

Chop Eric Shanower Included in The Lost Tales of Oz; forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz

1915

PRINCESS MEG (FLUFF) OF NOLAND MARRIES KING EVARDO OF EV

LED BY ZITHERO, A NOMADIC BAND ARRIVE IN OZ AND ABDUCT THE BEAR SNUFFORIOUS BUXORIOUS

The Blue Raindrops of Oz

Camilla Townsend

Illustrated by Melody Grandy

Oziana 1984, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Summer

The Gnome King of Oz

Chapter 1: Queen Cross Patch Flits

Chapter 2: The New Queen of the Quilties

Chapter 3: Duties of the Quilty Queen

Chapter 4: Peter Flies with an Odd Bird

Chapter 5: Sea Tips Upside Down in Quake

Chapter 6: Ruggedo Discovers Pirate's Treasure

Chapter 7: Kaliko Falls as King of Gnomes

Chapter 8: Peter Meets Kuma Party

Chapter 9: Queen Scraps Meets Peter

Chapter 10: Escape from Patch at Last

Chapter 11: Scraps Meets Sultan of Suds

Chapter 12: Friend Oztrich Offers to Help

Chapter 13: Tune Town Sings the Wanderers Onward

Chapter 14: Ozwold and His Friends Rush On

Chapter 15: Wumbo, Wonder Worker, at Home

Chapter 16: Kuma's Hand Is at Work Again

Chapter 17: Mystery in the Emerald City

Chapter 18: The Theft of the Magic Belt

Chapter 19: The Wizard Makes the Gnome King Visible

Chapter 20: Peter is Made a Prince of Oz

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1927, 1934, 1959); Del Rey (1985)

1916
February

PRINCESS PAJONIA IS BORN TO PRINCE POMPADORE AND PRINCESS PEG AMY IN PUMPERDINK

Jimmy Bulber in Oz

Frank Joslyn Baum

Illustrated by Mary Reynolds

Written in 1934; Oziana 1974, The International Wizard of Oz Club; Rosine and the Laughing Dragon of Oz, Poppyfield Books (2006)

Rosine and the Laughing Dragon of Oz

(The original version of The Laughing Dragon of Oz)

Chapter 1: The Big Storm

Chapter 2: The Fall From the Sky

Chapter 3: The Laughing Dragon

Chapter 4: Cap'n Bob

Chapter 5: The Posties

Chapter 6: Prisoners of the Posties

Chapter 7: The Magic Pills

Chapter 8: The Golden Owl

Chapter 9: Twilet-Town

Chapter 10: The Tear-Pools of Twinlet-Town

Chapter 11: The Twin Fountains

Chapter 12: Zoru the Witch

Chapter 13: The Orange Man

Chapter 14: Trouble in Noodler Glen

Chapter 15: Wriggly-Rug Gives Help

Chapter 16: The Glow-Man of Coneland Island

Chapter 17: The Hi-Burner Captures Rosine

Chapter 18: Jap O'Lantern to the Rescue

Chapter 19: The Wind Satchel Man of Valley Mountain

Chapter 20: The Orange Man Escapes

Chapter 21: Professor Dy of Toofie-Town

Chapter 22: The Big Slide

Chapter 23: The Magic Ribbon

Chapter 24: The Magic Reflecting Pond

Chapter 25: The Glow-Man Prepares a Surprise

Chapter 26: Shock and Surprise!!

Chapter 27: Captured by the Graters

Chapter 28: The Golden Owl Remembers

Chapter 29: Lost in Incense Valley

Chapter 30: The Laughing Dragon Becomes Angry

Chapter 31: Safe at the Royal Palace

Frank Joslyn Baum

Illustrated by Milt Youngren

Written in 1930; Poppyfield Books (private printing 2006); published in a truncated, rewritten form by Whitman Publishing Co. (1935);

1917

Summer

Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz

Chapter 1: Peter and the Pirate's Sack

Chapter 2: The Chimney Villains

Chapter 3: What the Green Tree Said

Chapter 4: Scary Times in Scare City

Chapter 5: Peter Meets the Iffin

Chapter 6: A Way to Cross the Chasm

Chapter 7: Belfaygor's Strange Story

Chapter 8: A Way to Cross the Chasm

Chapter 9: The Forbidden Flagon

Chapter 10: The City of Baffleburg

Chapter 11: In the Castle of Mogodore

Chapter 12: The Escape from Baffleburg

Chapter 13: The Enchanted Cavern

Chapter 14: High Times in Swing City

Chapter 15: Peter Opens the Pirate's Sack

Chapter 16: In the Palace of the Red Jinn

Chapter 17: The Capture of the Emerald City

Chapter 18: Mogodore Meets More Magic

Chapter 19: The Forbidden Flagon Acts

Chapter 20: The Wedding Feast

Chapter 21: Peter's Return to Philadelphia

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1929, 1935, 1959); Del Rey (1985)

Pirates in Oz

Chapter 1: The Outcast Gnome

Chapter 2: The Strange Kingdom of Menankypoo

Chapter 3: A Bright Idea Strikes the King

Chapter 4: The Fall of Menankypoo

Chapter 5: The King of the Octagon Isle

Chapter 6: The Story of Samuel Salt

Chapter 7: The Mysterious Flask

Chapter 8: "Land, Ho!"

Chapter 9: Shell City

Chapter 10: Meanwhile, in Ev

Chapter 11: The No Bodies

Chapter 12: The Other Side of Nowhere

Chapter 13: The Castle Boat

Chapter 14: Snow Island

Chapter 15: Mount Up

Chapter 16: The Rise of the Crescent Moon

Chapter 17: Pigasus in Oz

Chapter 18: The Pirate Ship Arrives

Chapter 19: Capital Times in the Capital

Chapter 20: Farewell to Oz

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1931, 1935, Roycraft 1959); Del Rey (1986)

1918

The Tin Woodman and the Tin Soldier of Oz 

Robert R. Pattrick

Illustrated by Dick Martin

The Baum Bugle Volume 7, #3, Christmas 1963, Reprinted in The Best of the Baum Bugle 1963-1964; The International Wizard of Oz Club

Invisible Inzi of Oz

Chapter 1: The Lost Books

Chapter 2: The Start

Chapter 3: Musicton

Chapter 4: Flattown

Chapter 5: The Travelers Meet the Kalidah

Chapter 6: The Chasm

Chapter 7: The Castle

Chapter 8: Ozma to the Rescue

Chapter 9: Glinda's Magic

Chapter 10: Mysterious Help

Chapter 11: Ozma Enters the Castle

Chapter 12: The Secret Room

Chapter 13: Ozma's Escape

Chapter 14: The Escape in the Dark

Chapter 15: The Meeting

Chapter 16: The Wizard Wins

Chapter 17: The Conclusion

Virginia & Robert Wauchope

Illustrated by Eric Shanower (Buckethead edition only)

A Child's Garden: 2/25 to 3/26; The Baum Bugle: Winter/Summer 1981; Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1993)

1919
March 31

New Moon over Oz

Margaret Berg (as M.A. Berg)

Illustrated by Alexi Francis

Oziana 2004, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Adventures in Oz

Ruth Plumly Thompson & John R. Neill

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Unpublished comic strip (1925); Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz, Sunday Press (2009)

The Journey

Deborah Holden

Illustrated by Maria Brown

Oziana 1992, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Roselawn

Jared Davis

Illustrated by David Baker

Oziana 2014, The International Wizard of Oz Club

19151919

Supposyville Stories:

The Solemn, Most Solemn Proclamation

A Supposyville Happening Is a Circus

The Wicked Stranger's Visit to Supposyville

A Rainy Day in Supposyville

The Lord High Hobbyist

His Highness, Trip-A-Measure

Inventions of Sir Solomon Tremendous Wise

More Supposyville Happenings

A Narrow Escape for the King and the Queen

Sir Solomon Tremendous Wise's Surprise

The Supposies Take to Ski-ing

Supposyville Goes Tobogganing

Inventions in Supposyville

The Supposyville Flag

Supposyville Prepares for Spring

Spring Sports in Supposyville

An Experience with Sleep Grains

Spring Housecleaning in Supposyville

A Hair-Raising Happening in Supposyville

Supposyville Goes Sailing

The High Pie Test in Supposyville

The Complaint Department in Supposyville

Sir Solomon's Latest Invention

Children's Day in Supposyville

Pink Mondays in Supposyville

The Royal Sleigh of Supposyville

A New Invention

Handy Mandy, Solomon T. Wise's New Cook

The Carrying Off of Handy Mandy

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by various

The Wonder Book; Reilly & Lee (1929), The International Wizard of Oz Club (2006); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders, The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985); The Philadelphia Public Ledger (various issues)

1920

The Yellow Knight of Oz

Chapter 1: Sir Hokus Plans a Quest

Chapter 2: The Knight's First Adventure

Chapter 3: Queen Marcia of Marshland

Chapter 4: Ploppa and Sir Hokus Escape

Chapter 5: Concerning a Camel

Chapter 6: Tuzzle at the Court of Oz

Chapter 7: The Cruise of the Skyrocket

Chapter 8: A Golden Princess

Chapter 9: Sir Hokus Meets an Old Friend

Chapter 10: The Deserted City

Chapter 11: The Knight Loses His Camel

Chapter 12: Camy at the Sultan's Court

Chapter 13: King of the Quix!

Chapter 14: The Enchanted Forest

Chapter 15: Five Travellers Meet

Chapter 16: Speedy in Samandra

Chapter 17: The Restoration of Corumbia

Chapter 18: The Return of the Yellow Knight

Chapter 19: For the Hand of a Princess

Chapter 20: The Marriage of Marygolden

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1930, 1935, 1959); Del Rey (1986)

May

The Purple Prince of Oz

Chapter 1: Sour Grapes

Chapter 2: A Strange Story

Chapter 3: The Mist Tree

Chapter 4: In Follensby Forest

Chapter 5: The River Road

Chapter 6: Torpedora, the Glorious

Chapter 7: Stair Way

Chapter 8: Nandywog, the Little Giant

Chapter 9: The Guide Post Man

Chapter 10: Regalia

Chapter 11: In the Castle of the Red Jinn

Chapter 12: The Grand Advizier Advises

Chapter 13: The Red Jinn's Looking Glasses

Chapter 14: King, King, Double King!

Chapter 15: Escape from Double Up

Chapter 16: Meanwhile, in Pumperdink

Chapter 17: Ozwoz the Wonderful

Chapter 18: The Elegant Elephant Uses His Head

Chapter 19: More Mysteries

Chapter 20: "The Purple Prince Has Earned His Crown!"

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1932, 1935, 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960); Del Rey (1986)

The Tail of the Pink Goat Everett Avila

Illustrated by Shaune Anderson, Nicole Bent, Ricky Blount, Daniel Han, Cindy Jen, Joe McSweeny, Deepa Mehta & Brent Peddy

Oziana 1992, The International Wizard of Oz Club

Two Terrific Tales of Oz

Unc Nunkie and the White King of Oz

Greg Hunter

Illustrated by Kevin Carr

Tails of the Cowardly Lion & Friends (2011); Joe Schitt & the Ragmen, Inc. (1991); Buckethead Enterprises of Oz (1987)

Ojo in Oz

Chapter 1: Gypsies!

Chapter 2: Snufferbux, the Bear

Chapter 3: In the Bandits' Cave

Chapter 4: The Silver Bird

Chapter 5: A Safe Place

Chapter 6: The Frozen City

Chapter 7: Realbad's Reward

Chapter 8: Meanwhile in the Emerald City

Chapter 9: Dorothy in Dicksy Land

Chapter 10: The Long-Armed Reacher

Chapter 11: They Mysterious Clock Maker

Chapter 12: Meanwhile in Glinda's Castle

Chapter 13: The Slaying of the Snoctorotomus

Chapter 14: Tappy Town

Chapter 15: Lost in a Fog

Chapter 16: Unicorners

Chapter 17: The Elevator Man

Chapter 18: What Happened on Moojer Mountain

Chapter 19: The King of Seebania

Chapter 20: The City of Shamsbad

Chapter 21: Back to the Bandits' Cave

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1933, 1935, 1959); Del Rey (1986)

1921

JENNY JUMP IS BORN

Spring

Magic in the Kitchen

Jane McNeive

Illustrated by Minh Huynh

Oziana 1985, The International Wizard of Oz Club

The Hearts and Flowers of Oz Joe Bongiorno Forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz
Summer

Captain Salt in Oz

Chapter 1: Sail Ho!

Chapter 2: Anchors Aweigh

Chapter 3: The Fire Baby

Chapter 4: Samuel's First Specimen

Chapter 5: Patrippany Island

Chapter 6: A Little Wild Man

Chapter 7: Strange Specimens for Samuel Salt

Chapter 8: Maxims for Monarchs

Chapter 9: Sea Legs for Tandy

Chapter 10: The City of Bridges

Chapter 11: The Prince of the Peaks

Chapter 12: Fog

Chapter 13: The Sea Forest

Chapter 14: The Sea Unicorn!

Chapter 15: The Collector is Collected

Chapter 16: The Storm!

Chapter 17: The Old Man of the Jungle!

Chapter 18: A New Country

Chapter 19: Boglodore's Revenge

Chapter 20: King Tandy

Chapter 21: A Voyage Resumed

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1936, 1959, Dick Martin dust-jacket 1960); The International Wizard of Oz Club (1990)

Billy in Bunbury

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Gertrude Alice Kay

Royal Baking Powder Company (1925)gno

The Little Gingerbread Man

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Chas J. Coll

Royal Baking Powder Company (1923); Sissajig and Other Surprises; The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003); Tiger Tales: Hungrytigerpress.com

The Comical Cruises of Captain Cooky

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Gertrude Alice Kay

Royal Baking Powder Company (1926); Sissajig and Other Surprises; The International Wizard of Oz Club (2003); www.childrensbooksonline.org

The Prince of the Gelatin Isles

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by Gertrude Alice Kay

Royal Baking Powder Company (1926); The Wizard of Way-Up and Other Wonders, The International Wizard of Oz Club (1985)

1922

May

Speedy in Oz

Chapter 1: The Carelessness of Sizzeroo

Chapter 2: Loxo, the Lucky

Chapter 3: Waddy Fools the Giant

Chapter 4: The King's Counselors Disagree

Chapter 5: Speedy and the Dinosaur

Chapter 6: Terrybubble's Island

Chapter 7: Kachewka's Good Idea

Chapter 8: Terrybubble Meets a Princess

Chapter 9: Terrybubble Chases a Cat

Chapter 10: In the Wizard's Tower

Chapter 11: Message from Radj the Red

Chapter 12: A Visit to Roaraway Island

Chapter 13: A Troublesome Problem

Chapter 14: In the Cave at Roaraway

Chapter 15: Terrybubble Leaves for Oz

Chapter 16: Terrybubble in Bad Company

Chapter 17: Waddy Has Another Idea

Chapter 18: In the Emerald City

Chapter 19: The Last of Loxo

Chapter 20: Home Again

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1934, 1935, Roycraft 1959); Del Rey (1986); The International Wizard of Oz Club (1992)

Tommy Kwikstep and the Magpie Jared Davis Included in The Lost Tales of Oz; forthcoming from The Royal Publisher of Oz!
Some Munchkins Call For A New King

Nathan M. DeHoff

LiveJournal.com (2008: Available online)
Rix and His Friends in Oz Ann Seeger The Royal Publisher of Oz (Available here)

1923

KING KERRY OF KERETARIA GOES MISSING

KING KERR TAKES OVER RULE OF KERETARIA

THE EASTERN WITCH WUNCHIE EXPLODES

Spring

The Wishing Horse of Oz

Chapter 1: The King of Scampavia

Chapter 2: The King and the Merchant

Chapter 3: More About the Emeralds

Chapter 4: The King and His Talking Horse

Chapter 5: A Great Celebration in Oz

Chapter 6: A Strange Warning

Chapter 7: What Wizard?

Chapter 8: Way for the Emperor!

Chapter 9: The Journey Begins

Chapter 10: The Witch of the Black Forest

Chapter 11: Black Magic

Chapter 12: Farewell to the Black Forest

Chapter 13: In Kalico's Castle

Chapter 14: The Emperor of Oz

Chapter 15: The Dooners!

Chapter 16: The Seer of Some Summit

Chapter 17: Skamperoo in Oz

Chapter 18: The Emperor's Horse Makes a Bargain

Chapter 19: The Story of the Necklaces

Chapter 20: Back in Skampavia

Ruth Plumly Thompson

Illustrated by John R. Neill

Reilly & Lee (1935, 1930s-50s, 1959); Del Rey (1986); The International Wizard of Oz Club (1990)

     

The Gardener's Boy of Oz

Chapter 1: The Many Kings of Jinxland

Chapter 2: Pon Pays Visits

Chapter 3: Introducing Candy Longtaw

Chapter 4: The Descent Into the Pond

Chapter 5: The Great Jellyfish

Chapter 6: The Hospitality of Queen Klurookuk

Chapter 7: The Mudkitties

Chapter 8: His Transparency of Tizzland

Chapter 9: The Gray Dove

Chapter 10: The Ambitions of King Phearse

Chapter 11: The Little Man of the Island

Chapter 12: The Something at the Bottom of the Tunnel

Chapter 13: The Rakpat

Chapter 14: The Great Sandy Waste

Chapter 15: The Music of the Kubes

Chapter 16: A Message to Glinda

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