It's for the discussion of not just Seabrook and his works, but also anything that users might think would have interested him. I see it as a sort of </a></b></a>necronomiphiles for W. B. Seabrook.
Please join or at least check out our description, even if you don't know much about Seabrook. He was a fascinating man, and hopefully we'll all learn a lot from each other about both the man and his interests.
I've also created a website devoted to Seabrook at http://www.geocities.com/williambseabrook/ There's not much there yet, but in the near future I plan to type up some of his now-rare magazine articles from the '30's and '40's that I've been collecting. Have a look at the annotated bibliography on that website for some previews of what's to come.
X-posted out the wazoo; sorry guys.