Sean Gabb is the author of more than twenty books and around a thousand essays and newspaper articles. He also appears on radio and television, and is a notable speaker at conferences and literary festivals in Britain, America, Europe and Asia.
Under the name Richard Blake, he has written eight historical novels for Hodder & Stoughton. These have been translated into Spanish, Italian, Greek, Slovak, Hungarian, Chinese and Indonesian. They have been praised by both The Daily Telegraph and The Morning Star. He has produced three further historical novels for Endeavour Press, and has written two horror novels for Caffeine Nights.
Under his own name, he has written four novels. His other books are mainly about culture and politics.
He is the Director of the Libertarian Alliance, a human rights and educational charity based in the United Kingdom.
He also teaches, mostly at university level, though sometimes in schools and sixth form colleges. His subjects include: History, Law, Economics, Latin, and Greek. His first degree was in History. His PhD is in English History.
He lives in Kent with his wife and daughter.
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Introduction to Greek and Latin Course, by Sean GabbActs of the Apostles A Greek, Latin and English Parallel Text Being an Aid for Adults to the Easier Learning of the Classical Languages Prepared with an Introduction by Sean Gabb Uncritical Introduction The main content of this book is a parallel text, in Greek, Latin and English, of The Acts of the Apostles.… READ MORE
Against Islamophobia (2016), by Sean GabbAgainst Islamophobia by Sean Gabb (13th September 2016) This brief essay on the relationship between Islam and violence is inspired by and expands on a comment left earlier today by Keir Martland on the Libertarian Alliance Blog. I will not presume to call it an expression of his own view – though I suspect… READ MORE
Notes from the Eleventh Conference of the Property and Freedom Society, by Sean Gabb (2016)Notes from the Eleventh Conference of the Property and Freedom Society in Turkey, September 2016 By Sean Gabb Bodrum, 30th August 2016 “We’re not going there!” said Mrs Gabb last month, when the BBC showed footage of the military coup in Turkey. “Oh, certainly not,” I said, playing for time. I’ve no doubt the coup… READ MORE
Margaret Thatcher: A Conservative View, by Sean Gabb (September 2016)Margaret Thatcher: A Conservative View Speech Given to the Property and Freedom Society 2nd September 2016 Sean Gabb When she died in April 2013, the mainstream assumption was that Margaret Thatcher had been something like the kind of person Donald Trump is hoped to be. She had humbled the left. She had brought about… READ MORE
Neither Brussels nor Washington, reviewed by an Amazon Customer Essential Reading for Politically Minded Britons. 30 July 2016 This work is essential reading for British Libertarians, or anyone willing to examine British politics of the last 30 or so years from a different perspective. The author has a frank and honest approach and confirms his own biases at the outset, he also mentions… READ MORE
What about the Workers? A Libertarian Answer (2016), by Sean GabbWhat about the Workers? A Libertarian Answer by Sean Gabb (22nd July 2016) I was called this morning by the BBC. It wanted me to comment on the claims that Sports direct, a chain of sports clothing shops, mistreats its workers – keeping them on zero-hours contracts, sometimes not paying them even the minimum wage,… READ MORE
English, and Therefore Sedate, but a Revolution All the Same (2016), by Sean GabbEnglish, and Therefore Sedate, but a Revolution All the Same By Sean Gabb (14th July 2016) My friends are generally disappointed by the new Government. Looking at the short term, it is hard not to agree with them. At its head, we have Theresa May. She was a monstrous Home Secretary. She gave us at… READ MORE
After the Referendum: Sorting through the Rubble (2016), by Sean GabbAfter the Referendum: Sorting through the Rubble By Sean Gabb (2nd July 2016) What more to say about the past eight days? They began with a referendum vote that sent a shock across the world. They have now settled into something like business as usual. The shape of the British Constitution will be determined by… READ MORE
Europe: The Age of Globalism, 1989-2016 (?), by Sean GabbEurope: The Age of Globalism, 1989-2016 (?) by Sean Gabb (26th June 2016) I spoke earlier with a friend who lives in Bath. He told me how, in 1989, he sat on the Berlin Wall as it was being torn down, and how, last Thursday, he went and voted to leave the European Union. Writing… READ MORE
The Referendum: Mea Culpa sed Laus DeoThe Referendum: Mea Culpa sed Laus Deo By Sean Gabb (24th June 2016) I was wrong about the European Referendum, and my colleague Keir Martland was right. I said it would be lost. I said it would be badly lost. Instead, England voted to leave, and many parts of England voted crushingly to leave. I… READ MORE