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Soul of California Podcast interview with Earle Labor

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Below are two links to the latest Soul of California podcast with Jack London biographer Earle Labor, available for free: http://thesoulofcalifornia.libsyn.com or https://itunes.apple.com/de/podcast/the-soul-of-california/id1012858394?l=en I would be grateful if you could share this around… Continue reading

California fires

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Jay Williams, Iris Jamahl Dunkle, Jonah Raskin, Rudy & Joe, Tarnel Abbott, and others have been reporting to the Jack London listserv about the terrible fires in Santa Rosa and Glen Ellen. I… Continue reading

Sara S. “Sue” Hodson, Curator of Literary Manuscripts and Jack London scholar, retires from The Huntington

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If you were to ask Sue Hodson, who is retiring today, about her favorite Huntington memories, she might tell you about the repartee that was exchanged by the panel of political cartoonists convened in… Continue reading

New Queries

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New Queries posted to the Queries page; please reply in the comments on that page https://jacklondonsociety.org/queries/ Jack London story that takes place in Palmyra? People of the Abyss

Did you know there’s a Category Cloud for this site?

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All the posts on this site have been put into categories. You can see the categories in our Category Cloud on any page except the first page. Click on any entry, and you’ll… Continue reading

Jack London in the News: Coeur d’Alene’s Marlo Faulkner spotlights novelist Jack London and his soulmate in new manuscript

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“Coeur d’Alene’s Marlo Faulkner spotlights novelist Jack London and his soulmate in new manuscript” by Dave Oliveria Someday, Coeur d’Alene native Marlo Faulkner plans to write a book about Coeur d’Alene in the… Continue reading

JL in the News: The Short, Frantic, Rags-to-Riches Life of Jack London by Kenneth Brandt (Smithsonian Magazine)

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The Short, Frantic, Rags-to-Riches Life of Jack London London, who died a century ago, was a rough and tumble troublemaker with a prolific pen Portrait of Jack London by Arnold Genthe (Library of… Continue reading

JL in the News: Jack London, a century on

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http://www.the-tls.co.uk/articles/public/jack-london-century/ Jack London, a century on Yesterday, as Dennis Duncan has noted, was the seventieth anniversary of a controversial book – J’irai cracher sur vos tombes (I Shall Spit on Your Graves) by… Continue reading

JL in the News: Rarely Seen Photographs

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http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2016/11/22/rarely-seen-photos-by-jack-london/ Update: Jack London. The Paths Men Take’ published by Contrasto is selected by  The Los Angeles Times for their Holiday books Gift Guide. Here the link: http://www.latimes.com/books/la-ca-jc-holiday-books-guide-nonfiction-20161201-htmlstory.html Rarely Seen Photos by Jack London By Jonathan… Continue reading

JL in the News: Forever wild: Celebrating Jack London 100 years after his death

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Photo: PhotoQuest / Getty Images, Getty Images By Jonah Raskin Jack London in 1916, the year he died. Jack London is probably best remembered for “The Call of the Wild,” his epic dog… Continue reading