Books

The Shadow-Eater
Publisher:
Year: 1915
Pages: 59

Chameleon, Being A Book Of My Selves
Publisher:
Year: 1922
Pages:

James Gibbons Huneker 
Publisher:
Year: 1925
Pages: 62

Mirrors of New York
Publisher:
Year: 1925
Pages: 221

Forty Immortals
Publisher:
Year: 1926
Pages: 371

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The Shadow-Eater
Publisher: American Library Service
Year: 1927
Pages: 61

Anathema! Litanies of Negation
Publisher:
Year: 1928
Pages:

The Superman In America
Publisher:
Year: 1929
Pages: 30

Mencken and Shaw
Publisher:
Year: 1930
Pages: 144


The Love Letters Of A Living Poet

Publisher:
Year: 1931
Pages: 243

Spinoza, Liberator of God and Man
Publisher:
Year: 1932
Pages:

When Huck Finn Went Highbrow
Publisher:
Year: 1934
Pages:

 

The Muse Of Lies
Publisher:
Year: 1936
Pages: 149

The Works of Benjamin DeCasseres
Publisher: Blackstone Press
Year: 1939
Pages:

The Works of Benjamin DeCasseres
Publisher: Gordon Pressmuseoflies
Year: 1975
Pages:

Anathema! Litanies of Negation
Publisher: Underworld Amusements
Year: 2013
Pages: 66

IMP: The Poetry of Benjamin DeCasseres 
Publisher: Underworld Amusements
Year: 2013
Pages: 194

Fantasia Impromptu & FINIS
Publisher: Underworld Amusements
Year: 2016
Pages: 246

New York is Hell: Thinking and Drinking in the Beautiful Beast
Publisher: Underworld Amusements
Year: 2016
Pages: 360

The DeCasseres Books
In 1936 Benjamin DeCasseres took it upon himself to try to publish as much of his own work as he could. He paid for the printing himself through “Blackstone Publishers.” and later collected them into the above mentioned “The Works of Benjamin DeCasseres”. You can find out more information on its own page.

 

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  1. ‘Black Suns’ (Part Two) was never published, but I don’t know why. The end of his publishing his own work seemed to coincide with the outbreak of World War Two in Europe. He didn’t publish anything else until ‘Finis’ in 1945. Incidentally, I suspect his wife may have possibly have been responsible for the publication, as the intro to ‘Finis’ is written as if the author had already passed away.

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