Sirfessor Wilkesbarre (aka Malfew Seklew) was born in Great Britain in the 1860s.
In the 1890s and early 1900s he was a contributor to and associate editor to The Eagle and The Serpent. Sirfessor came to the United States in 1916. He shared an address with Ragnar Redbeard in Chicago in 1927, the year he wrote The Gospel According to Malfew Seklew. By the 1930s he was living in New York City. He died in 1938.
The Eagle and the Serpent (1902). Associate Editor.
The Gospel According to Malfew Seklew (Dil Pickle Club 1927).
Are you a Simpoleon or a Supercrat? A Peter-pantheist or a Personality? Are you a Bromide or a Sulphide? A nonentity or a reality? Are you an unripe ego or an unfinished organism with underdone understanding and hard boiled beliefs, pingpong principles and petrified prejudices? Do you amble through the atmosphere with the courage of a carrot, the consciousness of a cabbage, the turpitude of a turnip, the pep of a prune, the punch of a parsnip and the psychology of a Sundowner in the swamps of Hobohemia, or do you dash through space with the courage of a Conqueror and the wisdom of a Will-to-Power Man? If not, massage your Mentoids, and be saved—from yourself at your worst.