John Russell (screenwriter)
As author he was best known for his short stories, originally written for a wide range of magazines and newspapers, and then collected in books. He also wrote The Society Wolf, published in 1910, which was written under the pen name Luke Thrice. Other pseudonyms include Edward Rutledge, Andrew Peirce, George Jerry Osborn and Matthew Primus.
- The Society Wolf writing as Luke Thrice, illustrated by W. H. Loomis and Modest Stein. New York, Cupples & Leon, 1910.
- The Red Mark and other stories, Alfred A. Knopf, 1919
- Where the Pavements Ends, Alfred A. Knopf, 1921
- In Dark Places, Alfred A. Knopf, 1923
- Far wandering men, W. W. Norton, 1929
- "John Russell, 71, Author, Scenarist". New York Times. 8 March 1956. Retrieved 2009-01-05.