[Editor: This list contains various works by P. I. O’Leary; for biographical information click here.]
Books and booklets by P. I. O’Leary:
1921: P. I. O’Leary, Romance and Other Verses, Melbourne: Alexander McCubbin & Co.
1928: P. I. O’L, Don Bosco and the Salesians, Melbourne: Australian Catholic Truth Society
1929: P. I. O’Leary, Daniel O’Connell, Melbourne: Australian Catholic Truth Society
1929: P. I. O’Leary, Dean Donaghy, Melbourne: Australian Catholic Truth Society
1930: P. I. O’Leary, Australian Catholic Truth Society: Its First Quarter of a Century, Melbourne: Australian Catholic Truth Society
1938: P. I. O’Leary, The Bread and Cheese Club: Founded to Serve Literature, Luminous Conservation and Good Fellowship, [Melbourne: Hawthorn Press]
1939: P. I. O’Leary (editor), The Bread and Cheese Book: A Selection of Verses, Melbourne: Bread and Cheese Club
1954: Joseph O’Dwyer (editor), Bard in Bondage: Essays of P.I. O’Leary, Melbourne: Hawthorn Press (posthumous publication)
He was also the editor of the following periodical:
1940: Design: An Australian Review of Critical Thought (Melbourne, Vic.) (three issues only, January 1940 to December 1940)
Selected articles by P. I. O’Leary:
Popularising Australian literature and another matter [by P. I. O’Leary, 6 April 1922]
An article supporting a call from the Australian Natives’ Association for lectures to be given at Melbourne University on Australian literature.
Adam Lindsay Gordon: His poems in magnificent dress [by P. I. O’L., 6 January 1927]
Review of a new collection of poetry by Adam Lindsay Gordon (1833-1870).
Australasian Authors’ Week: Our duty to our home-grown writers [by P. I. O’L., 25 August 1927]
An article recommending that more support should be given to Australian and New Zealand writers.
Henry Lawson: The historian in him [by P. I. O’Leary, 30 May 1929]
An article on the historical aspects of the writings of Henry Lawson (and regarding those authors who may have influenced him).
Whither? A note on the novel [by P. I. O’Leary, 30 May 1929]
An article about the different schools of novel writing (in particular: the realistic, the psychological, the romantic).
John Le Gay Brereton: Poet, prose-writer, dramatist [by P. I. O’L., 9 February 1933]
A tribute to the recently-departed John Le Gay Brereton (1871-1933).
Memories & Musings [by “M” (P. I. O’Leary), 13 June 1935]
The “Memories & Musings” column, written by “M” (P. I. O’Leary). Included are some comments on Henry Lawson and Mrs. Aeneas Gunn.
The real Australian tongue [by P. I. O’L., 11 August 1938]
An article about Aboriginal languages.
Two Members of the Australian Choir: J. Alex. Allan and Jim Grahame [by P. I. O’L., 13 June 1940]
A review of books by J. Alex Allan and Jim Grahame (and one about the work of Victor Cobb).
“Dear old Bernie”: A Bohemian [by P. I. O’L., 10 July 1941]
An article about Bernard Ingleby and Victor Daley.
Mites and the Muse [by P. I. O’L., 21 June 1944]
A review of Fellows All: The Chronicles of the Bread and Cheese Club, Melbourne by Harry Malloch.
Out of other days: Memory lays invisible hands [by P. I. O’L., 19 July 1944]
Some personal reminiscences from the childhood of P. I. O’Leary.
Selected poetry by Patrick Ignatius O’Leary:
To Our Easter Week Dead [by P. I. O’Leary, 29 April 1920]
A poem regarding the Easter Rising in Ireland in 1916.
To the Sun [by P. I. O’Leary, June 1920]
Design [by P. I. O’L., 2 November 1939]
A poem about St. Patrick’s Cathedral (Melbourne).
Wise Old Tailor, Death [18 July 1945]
A poem about death. (This poem was discovered after the passing of P. I. O’Leary).