Eleven short stories and eight essays by Ethel Wilson were published in magazines between 1937 and 1964. Two of the stories, “Hurry, Hurry!” and “Mrs. Golightly and the First Convention,” were later anthologized, and two others, “I Just Love Dogs” and “The Window,” were selected for Best British Short Stories of 1938 and The Best American Short Stories 1959, respectively. These four stories, and other writings, were collected in Mrs. Golightly, and Other Stories (1961). In addition to the stories and essays, seven excerpts from novels also appeared separately as short stories in magazines. One of these, “Miss Tritt,” from The Equations of Love, was anthologized as a short story.