From finebooksmagazine via mediabistro and galleycat, letters from a private collection (just auctioned) reveal some of London’s thoughts on freelance rates: ‘ Jack London wanted more than four cents a word, bless his freelancing… Continue reading
From The New Yorker (subscription required for full article): Jack London never felt that he got enough meat. When he was seven, he stole a piece from a girl’s basket—an incident that he called “an… Continue reading
From http://www.npr.org/2013/10/17/230497660/jack-london-believed-function-of-man-is-to-live-not-to-exist Update: This report also includes a snippet from the only known recording of Jack London’s voice. A literary critic once remarked, “The greatest story Jack London ever wrote was the story he… Continue reading
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From Jeanne Campbell Reesman: Tickets On Sale Now! Filmus, Inc. Presents Jack London: Sex, Love, and Revolution at FringeNYC Based on the lives, adventures and writings of Jack and Charmian LondonA new play… Continue reading
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