Published Prose by Ivor Cutler

Title Published Publisher ISBN Notes
Cockadoodledon't!!! 1966 Dennis Dobson ? short stories ill. by author

This is a book of stories first broadcast on Monday Night at Home, BBC Home Service, 1959-63.
Chris Moos informs me that the book is 80 pages long, hardback with 25 chapters and that each chapter is illustrated with a drawing by Ivor. All pieces were subsequently published in Fremsley.
Contents
Saskia Copier
The Shapely Balloon
The Electorate
The Deoludous Nippers
The Thinker
The Attic Chest
The Tum-Tum Reader
The False God
Hens' Legs
My Jeopardized Farm
Tentwater
A Strategy Suit with a Jellypocket
The Clever Night-doctor
This Man Want That Woman
Push-kidney
The Fickle Sago Scrooper
Beatrice and her Dirty Knees
The Two Weary Professionals
The Aimless Dawn-runner (D)
The Easily-agitated Pianist
A National Disgrace
The Aggressive Onion-vendor
Me and My Kid Brother
Mary's Drawer
The Magicless Half Leaf
(D) Recorded on the LP Dandruff.


Title Published Publisher ISBN Notes
Life in a Scotch Sitting Room Vol. 2 1984 Methuen 0 413 55180 6 ill. Martin Honeysett
Contents
Episode One. (D) (L)
Episode Two. (L)
Episode Three. (L)
Episode Four. (L)
Episode Five. (L)
Episode Six. (L)
Episode Seven. (L)
Episode Eight. (L)
Episode Nine. (L)
Episode Ten. (*)
Episode Eleven. (L)
Episode Twelve. (L)
Episode Thirteen. (L)
Episode Fourteen. (L)
Episode Fifteen.
Episode Sixteen.
Episode Seventeen.
Episode Eighteen.
Episode Nineteen.
Episode Twenty.
Episode Twenty-one.

(D) Recorded on the LP Dandruff.
(L) Recorded on the LP Life in a Scotch Sitting Room Vol. 2.
(*) There is no Episode 10. The book has a picture of an empty room to mark this point in the book.
Title Published Publisher ISBN Notes
Gruts 1986 Methuen 0 413 40810 8 ill. Martin Honeysett
Contents
Letter from a Grannie
The Shchi (song)
A Red Flower
The Berserk Leg
How to Make a Friend
The Footkerchief
The Greasy Button
The Ouch-Stopit-Merriman String Quartet
The Hoorgi House
The Windpipe
The Judge's Parcel
Fish Fright
The Ageing Butterfly
Old Cups of Tea
The Human Awl
The Jamme-Beanabody Affair
The Man with the Trembly Nose (song)
The Dirty Dinner
First Love
Gruts for Tea
Egg-Meat
The Tureen
The Handymen
Spoon Control
The Way
The Feather Field
Cold Potato
The Secret
The Competition
The Embarrassed Handywoman
The Bespoke Chicken
Do You Ever Feel Lonely? (song)
The New Nose
Turkish Bath Play
The Curse
A Steady Job
Sweet Womanly Talk
Scratch My Back
The Impresario
Grass Seed


Title Published Publisher ISBN Notes
Fremsley 1987 Methuen 0 413 15540 4 ill. Martin Honeysett

Stories first broadcast on Monday Night at Home, BBC Home Service, 1959-63.

Contents
The Saskia Copier (C)
The Shapely Balloon (C)
The Electorate (C)
The Thinker (C)
The Deoludous Nippers (C)
The Attic Chest (C)
The Tum-Tum Reader (C)
The False God (C)
Hens' Legs (C)
My Jeopardized Farm (C)
Hitler's Tardy Hiroshima
Tentwater (C)
A Strategy Suit with a Jelly Pocket (C)
The Clever Night-Doctor (C)
This Man Want That Woman (C)
Push-Kidney (C)
The Fickle Sago Scrooper (C)
Beatrice and her Dirty Knees (C)
The Two Weary Professionals (C)
The Aimless Dawn-Runner (D) (C)
The Easily-agitated Pianist (C)
A National Disgrace (C)
The Aggressive Onion-Vendor (C)
Me and My Kid Brother (C)
Mary's Drawer (C)
The Magicless Half Leaf (C)
The Perambulating Scottish Colander
The Spiral Staircase
The Surly Buddy
A Wag at the Flicks
A Big Head
Fremsley
Do you Believe in God?
A Wee Peep at the Ant-Heap
The Youthy Rubbish-Judger
The Female Nincompoop
Back to the Earth
Big Jim

(C) Previously published in Cockadoodledon't!!!.
(D) Recorded on the LP Dandruff.
Title Published Publisher ISBN Notes
Glasgow Dreamer 1990 Methuen 0 413 63400 0 ill. Martin Honeysett
Contents
Episode One
Episode Two
Episode Three
Episode Four
Episode Five
Episode Six
Episode Seven
Episode Eight
Episode Nine
Episode Ten
Episode Eleven
Episode Twelve
Episode Thirteen
Episode Fourteen
Episode Fifteen
Episode Sixteen
Episode Seventeen
Episode Eighteen
Episode Nineteen
Episode Twenty


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