Contact the webmaster and the great-grandson of Leo Edwards at email@example.com. I've received lots of email from Leo's fans and would love to hear your from you, too.
On-line Chatterbox: Guestbook
In Poppy Ott and the Tittering Totem (1929), Edwards introduced a column
that he called "Our Chatter Box," printing letters from his readers
and replying with personal anecdotes about his life and work. Now you can leave a message on our on-line Chatterbox.
Looking for Leo Edwards books? Try an auction on ebay or try your luck
at abebooks. Check this section for other related links,
including a California Band who takes it's name from Trigger Berg
and the Cockeyed Ghost.
Secret and Mysterious Freckled Goldfish Club
Ghost: The Band
Read about the Los Angeles band that took it's name from
the Trigger Berg book of the same name. Knowing Leo's interest in
music and affinity for composing, I know he would have been flattered.