Little is known of Richard Flecknoe other than that he travelled in Europe (1640-50) and was accused of being a Jesuit. He was associated with the Duke and Duchess of Newcastle and was acquainted with Andrew Marvell, but is much better known as the object of Dryden's satire in MacFlecknoe (1682).
The affections of a pious soule. 1640.
Miscellania: or poems of all sorts, with divers other pieces. 1653.
A relation of ten years travells in Europe, Asia, Affrique and America. 1654.
The diarium: or journall, in burlesque rhime. 1656.
Enigmatical characters, all taken to the life. 1658.
The idea of Oliver, late Lord Protector. 1659.
The marriage of Oceanus and Britannia. 1659.
Heroick portraits with other miscellary pieces. 1660.
Loves kingdom. 1664.
Of one that Zany's the good companion; Of a bold abusive wit. 1665.
A farrago of several pieces. 1666.
The life of Tomaso [Killigrew] the wanderer. 1667.
Sir William Davenant's voyage to the other world. 1668.
The damoiselles a la mode. 1667.
A collection of the choicest epigrams and characters. 1673.