The Quest (periodical)
The Quest was a journal published in London from 1909 to 1930, with G. R. S. Mead as editor. It was linked to the Quest Society served as a continuation to The Theosophical Review. The early issues were over 200 pages long. Pat Deveney described the journal as "thoughtful, scholarly, diverse, and restrained."
Mead wrote many of the articles and book reviews himself. Deveney wrote: "The contributors to Mead's Quest read like a who's who of occultists and and scholars and of those who inhabit that borderland between scholarship and enthusiasm." Here is a list of some noteworthy contributors:
- Pat Deveney, "Historical and Bibliographical Information" at IAPSOP website.