The Cabellian: A Journal of the Second American Renaissance


The Cabellian (1968-1972) was a journal put out by the Cabell Society devoted to the life and legacy of author James Branch Cabell. The Cabell Society was formed on January 15, 1968 with 85 founding members. By September 30, 1968, it reported having 133 members in 30 states, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, Canada, England, Scotland, and Japan. The journal was published in four volumes with two issues each. Print copies of The Cabellian are available in Special Collections and Archives at James Branch Cabell Library. For additional information about Cabell, see VCU Libraries' James Branch Cabell: Literary Life and Legacy.

VCU Libraries digitized this collection in 2023. Digital Specialist Katie Condon supervised student employees, digitization, and quality control. Student employees Naomy Cardoso Perez and Susan Grube assisted with digitization. Metadata Librarian Mary Anne Dyer created the metadata for this digital collection. Digital Outreach and Special Projects Librarian Alice Campbell provided historical research for this project, including information on this landing page.

Volume 4

Number 1 (1971)

Number 2 (1972)

Volume 3

Number 1 (1970)

Number 2 (1971)

Volume 2

Number 1 (1969)

Number 2 (1970)

Volume 1

Number 1 (1968)

Number 2 (1969)