Margaret Prescott Montague
Margaret Prescott (or Preston) Montague (29 November 1878 White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia – 26 September 1955, Richmond, Virginia) was an American short story writer, and novelist. Her middle name is sometimes attributed as Preston before changing to Prescott.
Her work appeared in Harper's among other places.
Her novels were adapted into the films Linda (1929), Calvert's Valley (1922), Uncle Sam of Freedom Ridge (1920) and Seeds of Vengeance (1920).
- 1919 O. Henry Award
- Deep channel. Atlantic Monthly Press.
- The Sowing of Alderson Cree. The Baker & Taylor company. 1907.
- In Calvert's Valley. The Baker & Taylor Company. 1908. (reprint. Kessinger Publishing, LLC. 2007. ISBN 978-0-548-25964-1.)
- Closed doors: studies of deaf and blind children. Houghton Mifflin Company. 1915.
- Of water and the Spirit. E.P. Dutton & Company. 1916.
- "On Authors". Atlantic classics. Atlantic Monthly Press. 1918.
- Uncle Sam of Freedom Ridge. Doubleday, Page & Company. 1920.
- England to America. Doubleday, Page & Company. 1920.
- Up Eel River. The Macmillan company. 1928.
- "The Will to Go". The Atlantic monthly. 127. Atlantic Monthly Co. 1921.
- "Why It Was W-On-The-Eyes". The Atlantic monthly. 111. Atlantic Monthly Co. 1913.
- Charles Swain Thomas, ed. (1918). "Of Water and the Spirit". Atlantic narratives: modern short stories. The Atlantic Monthly Press.
- "England to America". O. Henry Memorial Award Prize Stories of 1919. BiblioBazaar, LLC. 2008. ISBN 978-0-554-33436-3.