|Born||Vernon Frank Knowles
Adelaide, South Australia
Knowles wrote a series of fantasy stories, The Street of Queer Houses and other Tales. Neil Barron has stated: "Knowles's work is in the tradition of Richard Garnett and has affinities with the work of Lord Dunsany and Donald Corley, but he affects a more naive and relaxed style than any of these. His best stories are amusing literary confections."
He died in London in 1968.
- Songs and Preludes (1917) poetry
- Lamps and Vine Leaves (1919), poetry, with Charles Rischbieth Jury and Edward James Ranembe Morgan
- Bypaths (1921)
- The Street of Queer Houses: And Other Stories (1924)
- Poems (1925)
- Here and Otherwhere (1926) stories
- Beads of Coloured Days: a study in behaviour (1926)
- Silver Nutmegs (1927) stories
- The Ripening Years (1927) poetry
- The Ladder (1929)
- Pitiful Dust. A study in frustration (1931)
- Two and Two Make Five (1935)
- Eternity In An Hour, a study in childhood (1932) memoir
- The Experience of Poetry (1935)
- Prince Jonathan. A dramatic lyric (1935)
- Love Is My Enemy (1947)
- Sapphires: Here and Otherwhere and Silver Nutmegs (1978, reprint)
- Austlit - Vernon Knowles
- "Knowles, Vernon, 1899-1968". Lib.monash.edu.au. 2012-09-13. Retrieved 2016-05-30.
- Neil Barron, Fantasy and horror : a critical and historical guide to literature, illustration, film, TV, radio, and the Internet.Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press, 1999. ISBN 0810835967
- Wall, Barbara (1958-08-22). "Biography - Charles Rischbieth Jury - Australian Dictionary of Biography". Adb.online.anu.edu.au. Retrieved 2016-05-30.