Leo Edwards and His Giggling Pen
By Fredric Brewer
Two Stan Lee interviews name Leo Edwards as influence
As Editor-in-Chief of Marvel Comics in the 1960s and 1970s, Stan Lee redefined the modern superhero, revived a dying industry, created a mythology and in the process became a cultural icon. With a bullpen of artists including Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, Stan introduced the world to Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Fantastic Four, the Silver Surfer and countless others.
Bob Anderson Remembers Leo Edwards, Chapter 1
By Bob Anderson, long time fan of Leo Edwards.
Tales: Popular author of 1920s, '30s used his memories of Utica
in penning kids' book series
By Melissa Garzanelli, Staff Writer, The Daily Times, Ottawa, IL,
Nov. 10, 2003.
Landers and Sons General Store in Utica, Illinois: Inspiration used
by Leo in the Andy Blake books. [10.12.03]
from Village of North Utica Sesquicentennial (1852-2002)
Edwards: An Attempted Analysis "A
Salute to Leo Edwards: The Centennial of His Birth 1884-1984"
By Keith Cochran
Edwards and the Secret and Mysterious Order of the Freckled Goldfish
By Betsy Byars, The Horn Book;
v.61, n5, Sept-Oct 1985.
of children's author recalls 'Golden Days' of father's life
By Jim Sames, The Hernando Times, Sunday, August 11,
Thousand Letters a Year From Youthful Admirers All Over the Nation!
By Ted S. Holstein, Wisconsin Magazine, March, 1931.
by satisfied" Says Edward E. Lee
By Trevor Taylor, The Star Reporter, Volume 1, May 1922
Reagan, The President Who Grew Up Like Jerry Todd
By Tom Lee, The Ontonagon Herald.
Edwards . . . as remembered by his son Eugene "Beanie" Lee
By Eugene Lee, Yellowback Library, November/December, 1982.