Sean Gabb is the author of twenty books and around five hundred essays.
Under the name Richard Blake, he has written six historical novels for Hodder & Stoughton. These have been translated into Spanish, Italian, Greek, Slovak, Hungarian, Chinese and Indonesian.
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. His main experience has been in higher education. More recently, he has discovered a talent for teaching Latin to primary school children. This is a talent he intends to develop.
He lives in Kent with his wife and daughter.
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Margaret Thatcher, the Miners’ Strike, and the Triumph of Middle Class Leftism (2015), by Sean GabbMargaret Thatcher, the Miners' Strike, and the Triumph of Middle Class Leftism Sean Gabb 20th April 2015 A few days ago, I put the following post on my Facebook account; It’s about thirty years since the end of the Miners’ Strike – the final humbling of our working classes. Thinking back, I am filled with… READ MORE
“Albion Awake” Reviewed by Sean Gabb (2015)Albion Awake Mystical Anarchism and the National Quest for an Alternative Britain By Wayne John Sturgeon Black Front Press, London, 2014, 166pp ISBN: 978 0 9927452 9 5 Reviewed by Sean Gabb I begin with my apologies to the author. He sent me a copy of this book months ago. Keith Preston had said I… READ MORE
Sean Gabb Reads from Chapter One of His Novel “The Break” (2015) READ MORE
Martin: A Seasonal Short Story (2015), by Sean GabbMARTIN A SEASONAL SHORT STORY by Sean Gabb Published in The Baltic Review, 31st march 2015 Martin was conscious once more. His head felt like someone had hit it with a sledgehammer. Where was he? He opened his eyes and fought hard against the spotty blur he could only see at first. He was in… READ MORE
Liberty, Islam, and the West – Interview on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio, 23rd March 2015Sean Gabb on Liberty, Islam, and the West - Interview on Kevin Barrett’s Truth Jihad Radio, 23rd March 2015 READ MORE
Freedom of Speech: A Very Brief Defence against Tanya Cohen (2015), by Sean GabbFreedom of Speech: A Very Brief Defence against Tanya Cohen (23rd March 2015) By Sean Gabb I have been directed to this article, published today: Australia Must Have Zero Tolerance for Online Hatred, by Tanya Cohen of something called The Australian Independent Media Network. It is a very long article, and I will begin… READ MORE
A British Libertarian on Margaret Thatcher, Iraq, and More (2015), Interview with Sean GabbSean Gabb, director of the Libertarian Alliance, discusses what he calls the myth of Margaret Thatcher, plus much more. Subscribe to the Tom Woods Show: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... http://www.TomWoods.com/362 http://www.TheLibertarianAlliance.com http://www.SupportingListeners.com http://www.RonPaulHomeschool.com http://www.TomWoodsHomeschool.com http://www.LibertyClassroom.com READ MORE
HTML, CSS, Drupal, WordPress: Twenty Years of Progress (2015), by Sean GabbHTML, CSS, Drupal, WordPress: Twenty Years of Progress By Sean Gabb I built my first website in November 1995. It was just after the launch of Windows 95 and the first version of Netscape. For three years, I had been about half a dozen steps behind the cutting edge of the IT Revolution. It had… READ MORE
The Cultural Desert of British Libertarianism: A Study in Failure (2015), by Sean GabbA speech given on Tuesday the 17th March 2015 in London to the other Libertarian Alliance. Sean argues that libertarianism has had no impact in Britain since the 1980s because libertarians have concentrated on abstract economic arguments at the expense of cultural engagement. We face a ruling class that has hegemony both in high art… READ MORE
Greening Out Interview #23 – Sean Gabb on Classical Liberalism (2015)Sean Gabb joins Caity and Dan for a third time for a fascinating conversation around the topic of classical liberalism. We begin by discussing classical liberal ideas going back to ancient Greece and being hard-wired into western European thought and how this can be shown in fairy and folk tales that are quite unique to… READ MORE