- A Trip to Czardis (1966)
- The Erl King (1930)
- Stangers and Lovers (1928)
- The Ancient Hunger (1927)
- A Trip to Czardis (1932)
- Writer for Buz Sawyer
- Hitch Your Wagon to a Star
- The Falcon
Edwin Granberry was born in 1897 in Meridian, Mississippi. He was an American novelist, short story writer, dramatist, reviewer, and translator.
Granberry’s family moved to Florida when he was ten years old. He attended the University of Florida from 1916 to 1918. He did not complete his studies as he served with the U.S. Marines in World War I. In 1920, he attended Columbia University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Romance Languages. He was an assistant professor at Miami University in Ohio from 1920 to 1922. Granberry taught English at Rollins College in 1933 and was the writer in residence. He retired in 1971.
In 1932, he won the O. Henry Award for Best Short Story for A Trip to Czardis. Granberry became a book reviewer and critic and reviewed Gone with the Wind for the New York Evening Sun in 1936.
He died in 1988.
- Rollins Library page on Edwin Granberry has important biographical information
- Lives of Mississippi Authors, 1817-1967. James B. Lloyd.
- University of Mississippi Libraries