Woolrich, Cornell. BLACK MASK. Pro-Disrtributors Publishing Company, New York (1937). contains the story Murder on the Night Boat; this issue contains the story Dusk To Dawn, by Cornell Woolrich, Fish to Fry, by Baynard Kendrick, The Rod and the Staff, by Donald Wandrei, and Murder's Never Funny, by Roger Torrey; Also contains stories by W.T. Ballard, John Lawrence, Norbert Davis, and Frank Gruber.
Woolrich, Cornell. Somebody on the Phone. J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia (1940). William Irish (pseudonym of Cornell Woolrich)
Woolrich, Cornell. Black Curtain. Simon and Schuster, New York (1941). Illustrated by Harley Stivers.
Woolrich,Cornell. Bride Wore Black. Philadelphia Inquirer (1941). The complete 19 page novel with harvey stivers incredible artwork
Woolrich, Cornell. Phantom Lady. Lippincott, Philadelphia (1942). By William Irish.
Irish, William. I Wouldn't Be In Your Shoes. J.B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia and New York (1943). Collects five stories, first story collection under the Irish pseudonym
Irish, William. After-Dinner Story. J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia and New York (1944). (pseudonym of Cornell Woolrich); Collection of six stories, including the classic Rear Window
Irish, William. Deadline at Dawn. J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia and New York (1944). (pseudonym of Cornell Woolrich).
Woolrich, Cornell. IF I SHOULD DIE BEFORE I WAKE. Avon Book Company, New York (1945). Contains six short stories, If I Should Die Before I Wake, I'll Never Play Detective Again, Change of Murder, A Death Is Caused, Two Murders, One Crime, and The Man Upstairs
Woolrich, Cornell. Black Angel. Universal Pictures, Universal City, CA (1946). Roy Chanslor (screenwriter); Dan Duryea, June Vincent, Peter Lorre, Broderick Crawford (starring); (Original still photo from the film).
Irish, William. Dancing Detective. J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia and New York (1946). A collection of eight crime stories including Two Men in a Furnished Room,
Woolrich, Cornell. Dead Man Blues. J.B. Lippincott, A Story Press Book, Philadelphia, New York (1948). A collection of short fiction including Fire Escape, filmed as The Window in 1949 and as The Boy Cried Murder in 1966, If the Dead Could Talk, filmed as Obsession in 1954 and again in 1984 as Cloak and Dagger, and several other stories filmed in Japan and Argentina
Woolrich, Cornell. Somebody on the Phone. J. B. Lippincott and Company, Philadelphia and New York (1950). writing as William Irish; Collects eight stories
Woolrich, Cornell. Marihuana. Dell Publishing Company, New York (1951). writing as William Irish.; cover art by Bill Fleming
Irish, William. Eyes That Watch You. Rinehart and Co., New York, Toronto (1952). Collection of short stories from the pulps includes: Eyes That Watch You (org The Case Of The Talking Eyes); Stuck (org Stuck With Murder); Charlie Won't Be Home; Murder With a U (org U, As In Murder); All At Once, No Alice; Damned Clever, These Americans (org Clever, These Americans); and Flat Tire (org Short Order Kill).
Woolrich, Cornell. Bride Wore Black. Dell Books, New York (1957). Dell Great Mystery Library #1
Woolrich, Cornell. Violence. Dodd, Mead and Company, New York (1958). Short stores include The Corpse in the Statue of Liberty, Guillotine and The Moon of Montezuma
Woolrich, Cornell. Dark Side of Love. Walker and Company, New York (1965). Tales of Love and Death
Woolrich, Cornell. Ten Faces of Cornell Woolrich. Simon and Schuster, New York (1965). Foreword by Ellery Queen
Woolrich, Cornell. FANTASTIC STORIES OF CORNELL WOOLRICH. Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale and Edwardsville (1981). Waugh, Charles G. and Martin H. Greenberg (eds.); includes a lengthy introduction by Francis M. Nevins; Eight stories of fantasy and horror
Woolrich, Cornell. Love and Night. Dennis McMillan, Tucson (2007). Unknown Stories; Francis M. Nevins (editor); 156 copies printed; protected by a photo-pictorial jacket designed by Michael Kellner featuring a vintage photo of Woolrich