The American Spectator was a literary magazine edited by G.J. Nathan, Ernest Boyd, Theodore Dreiser, James Branch Cabell and Eugene O'Neill, characterized above. 1932-1937 was the run with these original editors.
The Special Collection and Archives department at James Branch Cabell Library of Virginia Commonwealth University has a wealth of primary resources on James Branch Cabell. Below are listed just a sample of the scholarly books and articles written on Cabell.
Special Collections and Archives are honored to have wonderful primary resources in the form of manuscript collections. These manuscript collections contain letters, photographs, books, personal memorabilia and many other useful components for the study of James Branch Cabell.
Ellen Glasgow (April 22, 1873-November 21, 1945) of
Richmond, Virginia is remembered as one of the
most important Southern regionalist authors an
d enjoyed much success during her career. Her
friendship and rivalry with James Branch Cabell
has been well chronicled.