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Wonder Stories Quarterly, 3.3 (1932): p.295
J. M. Walsh J. M. Walsh i(A6624 works by) (a.k.a. James Morgan Walsh)
Also writes as: John Carew ; George M. White ; H. Haverstock Hill ; Stephen Maddock ; Jack Carew
Born: Established: 23 Feb 1897 Geelong, Geelong City - Geelong East area, Geelong area, Geelong - Terang - Lake Bolac area, Victoria, ; Died: Ceased: 29 Aug 1952 Weston-Super-Mare, North Somerset,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,

Gender: Male
Expatriate assertion Departed from Australia: 1925
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J. M. Walsh had written twenty-two novels and dozens of stories for newspapers and magazines by the time he moved to London in 1929. Known particularly for his mystery, thriller and crime writing, Walsh was also a prominent contributor to the Australian science fiction genre in the 1930s.

Most Referenced Works


  • See also the full Australian Dictionary of Biography Online entry for James Morgan Walsh.

Awards for Works

y separately published work icon The Lost Valley Melbourne : C. J. DeGaris Publishing House , 1921 Z30381 1921 single work novel crime detective A mystery novel set in Victoria's Western District, The Lost Valley continues colonial Australia's interest in romantic notions of hidden riches and lost civilisations.
1919 runner-up De Garis Prize

Known archival holdings

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