EAGAN, Dexter: Cracked Like Teeth—from Steve Hely's How I Became a Famous Novelist
EARBRASS, C(lavius) F(rederick): A Moral Dustbin, More Chains Than Clank, Was It Likely?, the Hipdeep trilogy, The Unstrung Harp, The Meaning of the House
—from Edward Gorey's The Unstrung Harp; or, Mr Earbrass Writes a Novel
EASKEY, Ted: A Fire in the Entrails (winner of the Warburton Prize)
—from Steve Hely's How I Became a Famous Novelist
ELLIOTT, Evan: The Last Lost Chance (ghostwritten by Martin Courtney, q.v.).
—from Adrian Tomine's "Alter Ego," in Summer Blonde
Personal Knowledge, a novel, Tower Press, New York, NY, 1993
The Persians, a novel, Lawrence Press, New York, NY, 1991
The Second Failure, a novel, Endangered Species Press, Chicago, IL, 1988
Shedding Skin, short stories, Lawrence Press, New York, NY, 1984
Chaldean Oracles, a novel, Fat Chance Press, Lawrence Press [sic?], 1983
—from Percival Everett's Erasure
EMBER: Komparatiwn Stuhdar en Sophistat tuen Pekrekh (The Philosophy of Sin)
—from Vladimir Nabokov's Bend Sinister
ENDERBY, F. X.: Fish and Heroes ("his early poems")
—from Anthony Burgess's Enderby
ERLETTE, Comte d': Cultes des Goules
—from Robert Bloch's "The Grinning Ghoul" and H.P. Lovecraft's "The Haunter of the Dark"
ERME, Gwendolen: Deep Down, Overmastered
—from Henry James's "The Figure in the Carpet"
ESCOTT, Harry: "The Pot of Tulips" ("for Harper's Monthly," a story "the foundation of which was a ghost")
—from Fitz-James O'Brien's "What Was It?"
EYCK, Gregory: (Re)visioning Resurrection: The Myth of Human Sacrifice
—from James Hynes's Publish and Perish
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Evans, Beryl--Charlie the Choo-Choo
in Stephen King's The Wastelands, Dark Tower III.
Also, there's a wikipedia page for all of SK's fictional books here:
Esterhazy, Arnauld. Fin de Siecle. (Edited by Frank Standish ("Wheeler") Burden.) Boston: Athenaeum, 1988.
In Selden Edwards: The Little Book.
"The Pot of Tulips" is no invisible book... This story actually exists and was published in Harper's New Monthly Magazine in november 1855! It has the same narrator as "What Was It?".
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