JAMES ANSTRUTHER MAXTONE GRAHAM, 1924-2001:
HIS BOOKS AND ARTICLES, from 1962 until 1988.
Handlist prepared by his son, Anthony Maxtone Graham. Edited and abbreviated by his brother, Robert Maxtone Graham, 2002.

BOOKS:

Eccentric Gamblers" by J.A.M.G. publ. in 1975 by Mowbrays, London & Oxford.  He was also editor in chief of what was intended to be a series of Mowbrays’ “Eccentric” books, of which only this and two others were in fact published.

"The Best of Hardy's Anglers Guides" Extracts from old fishing tackle catalogues, with commentary by J.A.M.G. Publ. in 1982 by Macdonald, Loanhead.

"Fishing Tackle Of Yesterday - A Collector's Guide (1989)" Antiques guide with illustrations from old fishing tackle catalogues . “Publ. privately by the Author” in 1989.

"To Catch a Fisherman - A Century of Piscatorial Inventions" Compilation of extracts from patent records (fishing tackle) “Publ. privately by the Author” in 1990.

CONTRIBUTION TO A BOOK:
J.A.M.G.’s Introduction to a new edition of ” Mrs Miniver” by Jan Struther, London, Futura Books, 1980.
 
MAGAZINE AND NEWSPAPER ARTICLES AND COLUMNS
by J.A.M.G., including some written under pseudonyms:

"A New Leaf" Contract grain drying - Two with one shot. Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"Potato Riddle" Mechanization - partridges - Cumberland Molehound. Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"Common Interests" Chimney sweeps. Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"A Fat Lot of Good" East German farming - Men's fashions - Fishing in the Thames Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"Bonus And Output" Farming novels - Canadian machinery. Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"The Retort Courteous" The Moisture Content Murder - Screwdrivers - Seasonable verse Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"First Foot Foremost" Barley beef - Smithfield - do-it-yourself body. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Visit to the West" The new shoot - Dam nonsense. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"What Would The Big Chaps Do with a small acreage?" Things of interest - Dog training - Left and right. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Frost Problems and Pleasures" Curling - Seed potatoes - Lightning fence. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Genetically The Breeds Are Not Improving" English dialect - de Gaulle Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"A Thousand Cows and Calves On Five Acres" Dry fly - Grocer's shop. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"The Licensing Of Bulls and Boars" Giving up - Pike - Racing demon. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Lambing and Luckpennies" Accountants Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"Repairs and Regrets" Twinning a lamb - Cattle outside Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"If He Wants To Be A Farmer" Partnerships - Landowners' meeting. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"A Week On The Wylye" Wilting silage - Unrewarded quality Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Is Fast Rolling Effective" The blacksmith - Teaching them to fish Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Finding The Right Farm" How To Be A Student Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Part-Time Farming For The Impecunious" St. Vitus's Dance. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Some Grumbles About Shows" Insulating potatoes - Children fishing Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Neck Bands For Cattle" Supermarket beef - TV Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"The Shortage of Farms For Beginners" American aids - New mower Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"What The Eye Doesn't See" Open day for laymen - A one-man pressgang Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Output Per 100 of Wages"  Depreciation - Fletcher Christian and I. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"The Super-Sheep and The Dodo"  Gymkhanas - Opening up - Constant factor. Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"The Egg-Cleaning Mystery" German potato-lifting - Citation for some gong - Indispensable? Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Beef Cattle Recording On A National Scale" Letting potatoes - Harvest - Hyphens Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Overtime and Evasion"  The troubles of unpaid tax collectors Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"A Theory About Liming" And a thought about potato harvesters Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Beef Recording" The new Association's first meeting Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"A Smithfield Opportunity Lost?" Townsmen are eager to learn how their food is grown Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Standards And Spare Parts" False teeth for cows Publ. in 1964 by Farm & Country

"Tied Cottages And New Roads" Do either really involve much hardship? Publ. in 1964 by Farm & Country

"Barley Buildings and Bad Business" criticisms of agricultural subsidy policy Publ. in 1957 by Farmer and Stock-Breeder

"Story of a Perthshire Arable-Stock Farm" Frank account of a young man's road to success on the land Publ. in 1958 by The Scotsman

"An Omission From Market Reports"  Current prices of seed potatoes Publ. in 1960 by The Scotsman

"Limey On The Loose"  First of a series of farming articles Publ. in 1960 by Farmer and Stock-Breeder

"I Short-Changed a Clip Joint"  Limey On The Loose 2 Publ. in 1960 by Farmer and Stock-Breeder

"Fifteen Thousand Cattle on Fifty Acres"  Limey On The Loose 3 Publ. in 1960 by Farmer and Stock-Breeder

"Lots of Lots"  Limey On The Loose 4 Publ. in 1960 by Farmer and Stock-Breeder

"Don't Just Cull Your Cows When They Die" Publ. in 1960 by Farmer and Stock-Breeder

"Cultoquhey Milestone" Publ. in 1960 by Farming Review

"How It's Done In The States" Publ. in 1960 by Farming Review

"The Proof Of A Bull ... Is On The Scales" Publ. in 1960 by Farmer and Stock-Breeder

"A Gold Mine In Ontario Farming" Publ. in 1961 by Saturday Night

"Weigh It And See" Publ. in 1961 by Farming News

"Car For Sale" Publ. in 1961 by Harper's

"Farming Techniques In America" Publ. in 1961 by Scottish Landowner

"Looking Forward" Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Un-Urned Income" Publ. in 1962 by Blackwood's

"Laundry Unlimited" Publ. in 1962 by Atlantic. Publ. in 1962 by Nichibei Forum (Japanese magazine)

"Looking Over The Fence" Publ. in 1962 by The Countryman

"Improving The Farm Shoot" Publ. in 1962 by Farm & Country

"The Americans Transplanted" Publ. in 1962 by Harper's

"The Phantom Phillipses" Publ. in 1962 by Men Only

"Reams Of Dreams" Publ. in 1962 by Gordonstoun Record (J.A.M.G.'s old school magazine)

"The Tortuous Thunderer" Publ. in 1962 by The Reporter; in 1966 by Parade Escort

"From Scotland To The South" Publ. in 1962 by The Reading Mercury (local newspaper)

"Meeting Europe At The Oxford Farming Conference" Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Laundry Centralisation In The U.S.A." Publ. in 1962 by Power Laundry And Cleaning News

"Figures At Their Finger-Tips" Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Bruce County Believes In Expert Advice" Publ. in 1963 by The Times

"Over 400 Acres of Corn are an "Extra"  Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Chalkstream in a Nutshell" Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Farm Secretaries by the Hour" Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country; in 1963 by Farm; in 1964 by Australian Country

"Self-Contained and Silage-Fed" Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"Candid Camera Made Safe-Breaking So Simple" ?By Wilbur Cross and Virgil Ball. Publ. in 1963 by Today

"Advantages of a Simple Plan" Publ. in 1963 by Farm & Country

"A Touch For Teaching Trouting" Publ. in 1964 by Sports Illustrated

"Limeys, Froggies and Fishies" Publ. in 1964 by Sports Illustrated

"The Ile de Groix" Publ. in 1961 by The Guardian

"Tackle To Take Time Out Of Haymaking" Publ. in 1964 by Farmer's Weekly

"Square Dealing in the United States" Publ. in 1964 by Farm

"I Escaped"  By Willy Schoening as told to J.A.M.G. Publ. in 1964 by Kiwanis

"Miss Lonelyhearts B.C." Publ. in 1964 by Esquire; reprinted, 1964,  in part in Men Only as 'Dear Auntie Aphrodite'

"Animal Crackers" by Virginia Balland and J.A. Maxtone Graham Publ. in 1964 by Golf Illustrated

"Where The Back Seat Drivers Are Men" ?by Virginia Ball Publ. in 1964 by Golf Digest

"An Omelette of Eggheads" Publ. in 1964 by Aspect

Five US farming articles "From a Correspondent" Publ. in 1963 by The Times

"Gentleman's Diary" ? Publ. in 1964 by Aspect

"Corn and Sheep for Profit" Publ. in 1964 by Farm & Country

"How To Beat The Fuel Swindlers" Publ. in 1964 by Today

"Teaching Trust and Service" Publ. in 1964 by Kiwanis

"When Knighthood's Flower Wilted"  by Ian Anstruther, adapted by J.A.M.G. Publ. in 1964 by Sports Illustrated

"Paul McCartney's Love Story by his Sweetheart" ?by Virginia Ball Publ. in 1964 by Modern Screen

"Christmas Spirit Triumphed Over War's Hatred" Publ. in 1964 by The Reading Mercury (local newspaper)

"The Smartest Smart Set" Publ. in 1964 by Coronet

"Beyond the waters of Killarney" Publ. in 1965 by The Guardian

"Three Islands" Publ. in 1965 by The Guardian

"The Last Day of Chivalry" Publ. in 1965 by Kiwanis

"Here is the Odd Paradise of the ... Record Maniac" Publ. in 1965 by Sports Illustrated; in 1965 by Reader's Digest

"Companies in Search of an Author" Publ. in 1965 by The Director

"Another 18 With Bimbo" Publ. in 1965 by Golf Digest

"Eleven poems" 10 by James Anstruther, 1 by J.A. Maxtone Graham. Publ. in 1962 in various publications.

"Protocol At The Spotted Cow"  English pubs Publ. in 1965 by Esquire

"The Case of the Gullible Bookies" Publ. in 1965 by Sports Illustrated

"A Quiet Day with the Chavender"  Chavender  synonym for chub Publ. in 1965 by Harper's

"Incentive Travel for Master Salesmen" Publ. in 1965 by The Director

"By Any Other Name... it's still a"  history of the toilet Publ. in 1965 by Men Only

"A Short Stretch of the Teifi" Publ. in 1965 by The Guardian

Two  'Shopwalk' columns. Publ. in 1965 by Sports Illustrated

"Ales promotions - in the sun" Publ. in 1965 by Diversion

"The Geography of the House" Publ. in 1965 by The Manager

"Fortitude" Publ. in 1965 by Gentlemen's Quarterly

Two columns : 'Shopwalk' and 'Booktalk' Publ. in 1965 by Sports Illustrated

"They Still Make Guns for Kings" Publ. in 1965 by The New Statesman

"Beware of Pickpockets" Publ. in 1965 by Reader's Digest

"P.S. de Resistance" Publ. in 1966 by True's Gun Annual

"The First Day of Democracy" Publ. in 1966 by Kiwanis

Four small columns Publ. in 1966 by Sports Illustrated

"Makers of Histories" Publ. in 1966 by Escapade

"Local Knowledge" Publ. in 1966 by Ireland Of The Welcomes

"'Shopwalk' column”. Publ. in 1966 by Sports Illustrated

"How to Conduct Yourself at Muirfield" by Virginia A. Ball and J.A.M.G. Publ. in 1966 by Golf Digest

"Andorra - Pyrenean Hideaway" Publ. in 1966 by Signature; in 1966 by She

"Ratfink Days in Merrie England" Publ. in 1966 by Sports Illustrated

"Russo-Manchurian Roulette" Publ. in 1966 by Sports Illustrated

"It's FUN to Do-It-Yourself"  Publ. in 1966 by Reader's Digest

"The Odd Rules of Uncle Alec" Publ. in 1966 by Sports Illustrated

"Some Dry Fly Streams in Ireland" Publ. in 1966 by The Field

"Shopwalk - Buy a British Isle" Publ. in 1966 by Sports Illustrated

"The Only Mountains in Town" Publ. in 1967 by True

"One Hour of Glory - and Godiva Lives Forever"  ?by Joan Hobson Publ. in 1967 by The Author

"Shopwalk - Search Out Your Quarry in Manhattan" Publ. in 1967 by Sports Illustrated

"The Parson Made Them Pop" Publ. in 1967 by Sports Illustrated

"Last Ruffle for a Drummer" Publ. in 1967 by Sports Illustrated

"The Whole Ship Was My Cabin"  Stowing away - New York to Bermuda Publ. in 1967 by True; in 1967 by Panorama

"When Dogs Were in the Rat-Race" Publ. in 1967 by International

"There's No Place Like Home - Somebody Else's"  by J.A.M.G. and Wilbur Cross. Publ. in 1967 by Reader's Digest; in 1967 by Carnival

"Fred Pearson Tags the Tourists" Publ. in 1967 by Reader's Digest

"Fishing for Neptune" Publ. in 1967 by The Field

"Fatal End to the Fun Stakes" Publ. in 1967 by Sports Illustrated

"British Skybikers Take to the Air... (more or less)" Publ. in 1966 by Popular Mechanics

"The Mary, 1,000 Crossings Later"  Condensed from the New York Times Magazine. Publ. in 1967 by New York Times Magazine; in 1967 by Reader's Digest as “Requiem for an Ocean Queen”.

"'ShopWalk' - James Alexander Makes Curling Stones" Publ. in 1967 by Sports Illustrated

"Go"  The oriental game of 'Go' Publ. in 1967 by Horizon

"Thomas Bilney, Democracy's First Martyr" Publ. in 1967 by Kiwanis

"Chromosomes and Crime" Publ. in 1967 by Family Weekly

"With Knife and Fork by Moor, Field and Covert" Publ. in 1967 by Gourmet

"The Clear Waters Inland" Publ. in 1968 by Ireland Of The Welcomes

"Hacking a Fare in London" Publ. in 1968 by Kiwanis

"How to Fish a Broad" Publ. in 1968 by True's Fishing Yearbook

"Andorra" Publ. in 1968 by Signature

"You Too Can Break The Sound Barrier" Concorde. Publ. in 1968 by Popular Mechanics

"Pity The Publican" Publ. in 1968 by Gourmet

"They Want Their Brains Tested!"  Mensa - IQ tests Publ. in 1968 by The Illustrated London News

"Angler's Rest" Publ. in 1968 by Gourmet

"The Big Business of Dig Business"  Gardening innovations

Publ. in 1968 by Reader's Digest

"Mr. Smellie's Paperback" Encyclopaedia Britannica. Publ. in 1968 by Think; in 1968 by The Illustrated London News; in 1968 by Education Digest

"Fairly Important Person" Publ. in 1968 by Signature

"Die For The Old School Tie" Publ. in 1968 by Sports Illustrated

"It Isn't Fishing, It's Murder”. Publ. in 1968 by Popular Mechanics

"The Martini" Publ. in 1968 by Gourmet; in 1969 by The Illustrated London News; in 1971 by Off Duty

"Where to, Guv?"  by J.A.M.G. and Joan Hobson Publ. in 1968 by The Illustrated London News

"The Roarin' Game"  Curling. Publ. in 1968 by Lion

"Flying the English Channel: Altitude 7 feet"  Hovercraft. Publ. in 1969 by Popular Mechanics

"Queen Elizabeth 2" Publ. in 1969 by Popular Mechanics

"Only Harry Eddom Lived!"  True life drama by J.A.M.G. and Farrell Cross Publ. in 1969 by Stag

"The Prince, the Laird and the Parvenus"  Did Sir William Gordon-Cumming cheat the Prince of Wales? Publ. in 1969 by Sports Illustrated

"By-The-Way Business"  by Ian Lasry and J.A.M.G. Publ. in 1969 by Men Only

"Histor of Scrabbl: from Povert to Prosperit" Publ. in 1969 by Sports Illustrated

Three small articles. Publ. in 1969 by Sports Illustrated

"William Banting And The Corpulence Crusade" Publ. in 1969 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"Even John Lennon Has One" VW Beetle. Publ. in 1969 by Men Only; in 1970 by Kiwanis

"Where Trout is Alabalik" Publ. in 1969 by Lion

"Are You A Graduate Globetrotter?" Travel quiz Publ. in 1969 by Venture

"Beau Brummel Shopped Here" reprinted as 'Watch the Rich Folks Shop In The Burlington Arcade Publ. in 1969 by Holly Leaves; in 1973 by Off Duty

"The Angler's Quest" Publ. in 1969 by Holiday

"A Ride for Kosi" Publ. in 1969 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"Je Fische Europeanski" Publ. in 1969 by Travel & Camera

"The Gold-Plated Salmon" Publ. in 1970 by Travel & Camera

"The Doctor Who Anatomised Language" Publ. in 1970 by Private Practice (medical magazine); in 1970 by New Doctor (medical magazine)

"My Super Salesman of Fun and Games" Publ. in 1970 by True

"Lloyd's: the Insurer's Insurer" Publ. in 1970 by Kiwanis

"The Fourth of June" Publ. in 1970 by Travel & Camera

"Boomtime For Bygones" Publ. in 1970 by Reader's Digest

"Strange Tales of the Super-Natural"  Land Rover review. Publ. in 1970 by Rod & Gun

"When Rebecca Went Fishing" Welsh transvestite rebels. Publ. in 1970 by Sports Illustrated

"Burke & Hare Ltd. - Bodies for Sale" Publ. in 1970 by Private Practice (medical magazine); in 1971 by New Doctor (medical magazine)

"What You Should Know About Motor Oils"  by J.A.M.G. and E.D. Fales. Publ. in 1970 by Reader's Digest

"Alas, poor England! Metrication is coming" Publ. in 1970 by Sports Illustrated

Five columns on blood-sports. Publ. in 1970 by Rod & Gun

"Did He Really Break the Bank at Monte Carlo" Story of an eccentric gambler!! Publ. in 1970 by Sports Illustrated

"Hockey's Tragic Day" Publ. in 1971 by Sports Illustrated

"The Brixham Trawler Race" Publ. in 1970 by Conoco

"The Great Race on Stilts" Publ. in 1971 by Sports Illustrated; in 1971 by Catholic Digest

"London: Capital City" published in 1971 by Boys Life

Two "Booktalk" columns. Publ. in 1971 by Sports Illustrated

"The Winds That Blow The Earth"  Extreme weather Publ. in 1971 by American Forests

"The Great Trout of the Gacka river"  reprinted in 1972 as 'A fishy Tale'. Publ. in 1971 by The Field; in 1972 by Off Duty

"Killer in the Kitchen"  Typhoid Mary.Publ. in 1971 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"The Game Hog of Dallowgill" Publ. in 1971 by Sports Illustrated

"Sharks from London" Publ. in 1971 by The Field

"From Apple Picking to Yoyoing... It's a Record" Publ. in 1970 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"Domesday Book - The Ultimate in Inventories" Publ. in 1971 by H & S Reports

"England's New Forest" Publ. in 1971 by American Forests

"In Scotland Now" Publ. in 1971 by The Scottish Field

"Michael Rogan - Lord of the Flies"  Fly-tying. Publ. in 1971 by Ireland Of The Welcomes

"Eugen Sandow: The Puny Boy Who Studied Anatomy" Publ. in 1971 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"John Keats: The Doctor Who Wrote Poetry" Publ. in 1971 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"How to do a Macnab" reprinted as 'One Good Fly Cast And Two Good Shots’. Publ. in 1972 by Holly Leaves; in 1972 by Off Duty

"Lundy - Centuries Away in Tradition" Publ. in 1972 by The New York Times

"Trout Fishing in Yugoslavia" Publ. in 1972 by The New York Times

"How's that again?" A history of hearing aids Publ. in 1971 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"A New Angle On Fishing In Britain" Publ. in 1972 by Off Duty

"Encounter With A Shark"  by James McGeorge Publ. in 1972 by Signature

"Shark Ahoy" Publ. in 1972 by Off Duty

One 'Shopwalk' column. Publ. in 1972 by Sports Illustrated

"Look, out on the Track! It's Supersquire!" Publ. in 1972 by Sports Illustrated

"William Price: The 'Mad Doctor' of County Glamorgan" Publ. in 1972 by Private Practice (medical magazine)

"Going, Going, Gone!"  by James McGeorge Publ. in 1972 by Signature

"Merrie England's Last Sanctuary" Publ. in 1972 by Reader's Digest

"Staying Power Is Everything" Publ. in 1972 by Off Duty

"The Western Isles" Publ. in 1972 by American Forests

"The Green Isles of Britain" Publ. in 1973 by The Rotarian

"Doing a Macnab"  Substantially different from 'How To Do A Macnab'. Publ. in 1973 by Signature

"La Plum de Ma Tante" Publ. in 1972 by Signature

"Who taught you to eat that way" Publ. in 1973 by Holly Leaves

"Little boats that go out to save big ones" Publ. in 1972 by Popular Mechanics

"How To Get From Goosey To Gotcha" Publ. in 1973 by Signature

"Far-out Trip in a Model Z" Publ. in 1973 by Sports Illustrated

"A Rolling Stone in the Emerald Isle" Publ. in 1973 by American Forests

"To the Queen's Taste" Publ. in 1973 by Sports Illustrated

"A Rake and His Money" Publ. in 1973 by The Journal

"Where The Rich Meet To Fish". Norway. Publ. in 1973 by Off Duty

"A Royal Tour Of Stockholm". Publ. in 1973 by Holly Leaves

"Good Things Come in Threes" Publ. in 1973 by Off Duty

"... and a property on the Tweed" Publ. in 1974 by Trout and Salmon

"Fly Now, Pray Later" by Wilbur Cross and J.A.M.G. Publ. in 1974 by Lithopinion

"Rising Generations" by J.A.M.G. and Wilbur Cross Publ. in 1974 by Horizon

"A New Angle On The Ritz" Publ. in 1974 by Holly Leaves

"This is America?" Publ. in 1974 by Signature

"Tuppny-haypny massacre" Publ. in 1974 by The Observer

"Take a Shot At The Woodpigeon" Publ. in 1973 by Off Duty

"A quiz for Christmas" Publ. in 1974 by Trout and Salmon

"The Macnab - or the day I bagged a salmon, a grouse and a stag" Publ. in 1975 by The Director

"Boomerangs boom" Publ. in 1975 by The Observer

"Is The Chunnel for Real?" Publ. in 1975 by Popular Mechanics

"Go Tie a Fly" Publ. in 1975 by Lithopinion; in 1976 by Off Duty

"Scotch on the Rocks..." Shetland Islands. Publ. in 1975 by Signature

"Two Bits of A Feather". Publ. in 1975 by Off Duty

"You Could Look It Up" Publ. in 1975 by Lithopinion

"Martha the Pigeon" Publ. in 1975 by Sports Illustrated

"How To Keep In Touch Without Writing Letters" Publ. in 1975 by Woman's Day

"A Googly Won't Get You To 1st Base" Publ. in 1976 by The New York Times

"The Right Way To Write Letters" Publ. in 1976 by Off Duty

"And On The Seventh Day in the Bonny Isles". Publ. in 1976 by The Los Angeles Times; in 1976 by Off Duty; in 1976 by The Chicago Tribune; in 1976 by Boston Sunday Globe; in 1978 by The Highlander

"The Boat That Feels Alive". Publ. in 1976 by Off Duty

"The Quiet Lure Of Scotland's Hebrides" Publ. in 1976 by Off Duty

"U.I.Q.?" 100 bits of useless information. 1976, privately

"That's Bass Fishing For You" Publ. in 1976 by Off Duty

"Bewitched by the Gacka" Publ. in 1976 by Trout and Salmon

"No More Fish Out of Water" Publ. in 1976 by Classic

"Stephanie... publishing with a Scottish tang". Stephanie Wolfe-Murray. Publ. in 1976 by Peeblesshire News

"Throwing Stones Is Good For You" Curling. Publ. in 1976 by Off Duty

"Power from the Sea: Fact or Fancy?" Publ. in 1977 by Popular Mechanics

"Go Off to Scotland On a Wild Goose Chase" Publ. in 1976 by Off Duty

"Island-hopping in the British Isles" Publ. in 1977 by The Chicago Tribune

"Need no excuse to visit pubs"

Publ. in 1977 by The Citizen, Ottawa

"How To Make Your Dream Come True". Ireland. Publ. in 1977 by Off Duty

"The Trip Was Murder" Publ. in 1977 by Signature

"Rhum, Eigg, Muckle Flugga can add to island collections". Publ. in 1977 by The Providence Sunday Journal

"The Tweed - a river to be proud of!" Publ. in 1979 by Peeblesshire News

"How Are Things in Muckle Flugga?" Publ. in 1978 by The Los Angeles Times

"A Book to End Arguments" Publ. in 1977 by Reader's Digest

"Pubs Welcome Women" Publ. in 1977 by Off Duty

"Sputtering run to Brighton" Publ. in 1977 by Popular Mechanics

"'Angler's Rest' - An Easier Way" Publ. in 1978 by Scottish Field Sports

"How To Hook a Huchen" Publ. in 1978 by Off Duty

"Flying the Channel by Pedal Power" by Wilbur Cross and J.A.M.G. (as 'On Gossamer Wings', 1980 by Reader's Digest

"Don't Think About Cricket - Just sit on the grass and enjoy it" Publ. in 1977 by Off Duty

"The Right Sort of Puzzle" Publ. in 1977 by Horizon

"When Is Fishing Like Being in Love?" Publ. in 1978 by Off DutyJamie Maxtone Graham 1924-2001

"Spring Salmon Sampler" Publ. in 1978 by Fliegen Fischen (German magazine)

"The House of Hardy" Publ. in 1984 by Diversion

"Alter Adel"  in German Publ. in 1986 by Landowning in Scotland