David St. John (disambiguation)

"David St. John" is composed of at least 2 distinct authors, divided by their works.

About the Author

Includes the names: David St. John, ed. David St. John

Author Division

David St. John (1)

The Making of a Poem: A Norton Anthology of Poetic Forms (2000) — Contributor — 1,262 copies
The Best American Poetry 2008 (2008) — Contributor — 135 copies
Leaving Home: Stories (1997) — Contributor — 117 copies
The Best American Poetry 2016 (2016) — Contributor — 103 copies
The Best American Poetry 1992 (1992) — Contributor — 102 copies
The Best American Poetry 2017 (2017) — Contributor — 95 copies
The Best American Poetry 2011 (2011) — Contributor — 86 copies

David St. John (2)

Works have been aliased into E. Howard Hunt.

Diabolus (1971) 15 copies
The Coven (1972) 15 copies
The Sorcerers (1969) 10 copies
Return from Vorkuta (1965) 9 copies
The Towers of Silence (1966) 8 copies
The Venus Probe (1966) 8 copies
The Mongol Mask (1969) 7 copies
No Heaven (1985) 6 copies
Festival for Spies (1966) 5 copies
All's Well 1 copy

Common Knowledge

Disambiguation notice
#1 David St. John 1949- is the author of The Red Leaves of Night and other books of poetry.

#2 David St. John, author of The Coven, is a pseudonym used by E. Howrd Hunt 1918-2007.