The Life and Works of


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This webpage is devoted to the study of the works and life of one of America's most unusal authors -- William Buehler Seabrook. Lost Generation occultist, explorer, traveller, and journalist, William Seabrook might be best described as a Herodotus of the early Twentieth Century. The main purpose of this page will be to direct the user to works by and about William B. Seabrook, both on- and off-line, and to generate scholarship about this unique individual.

This page is under construction, so please check back frequently.

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The Works of William Buehler Seabrook: An Annotated Bibliography. An ongoing work compiling a chronological annotated list -- using publisher's blurbs whenever possible -- of W. B. Seabrook's writings, including both books and articles.

Seabrook's works hosted by this site

"Wow" (short story, 1921) and "The Genesis of 'Wow'" (excerpt from Witchcraft, 1940)

Seabrook's works hosted by other sites

Diary of Section VIII (1917), hosted by Brigham Young University Library

The Magic Island (1929), hosted by Questia Online Library. (Beware of poor editing -- even his name's wrong!)

Please join our Seabrook communities!

These communities are free to join, and allow you to discuss the man, his works, and his interests -- and get access to rare reproductions of his works!


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