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

JL in the News: Events in NYC

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Join us in commemorating the centennial of Jack London’s death and celebrating his legacy. Tuesday – November 22, 2016 Time: 1:30 – 5:30 p.m. The Mary Rodgers Room – 7th Floor of The Dramatists… Continue reading

JLS 2014: Pictures of George Adams from Roberta Wirth

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From Roberta Wirth: “I was saddened to learn of George’s death. Here is a great photo of him at the last Symposium with Joe.” Roberta adds, “What I recall about George is he… Continue reading

Sonoma film festival celebrates Jack London, by SUSAN NUERNBERG

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Three Hollywood adaptations of Jack London’s chart-topping adventure novels will find their way to the silver screen again as part of a Jack London Classic Film Fest, held Nov. 3-5 in Sonoma. Link:… Continue reading

JL in the News: The Guardian on Jack London

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“Reading group: Which Jack London book should we read in November?” by Sam Jordison https://www.theguardian.com/books/2016/nov/01/reading-group-which-jack-london-book-should-we-read-in-november?CMP=share_btn_tw Snippets (read the rest at the link): But he didn’t write a book called On the Road. In… Continue reading

C-Span Video of Life and Legacy of Jack London Panel at Stanford

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Life and Legacy of Jack London Scholars talked about the life and legacy of novelist, journalist, photographer, and social activist Jack London. They showed a selection of London’s photojournalism and spoke how the… Continue reading

Jack London, The Beatles, and Italy: An Interview with Davide Sapienza by Jonah Raskin

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Jeanne Reesman, Earle Labor, and Davide Sapienza Davide Sapineza ought to be no stranger to American fans and readers of Jack London’s work. The foremost Italian authority on London – though he’s too… Continue reading

Jack London Symposium, 2016

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Thanks to our organizers, Iris Dunkle and Ken Brandt, to Napa Valley College, and to all the participants for another JLS Symposium! (Not all participants are pictured below.)

Jack London Symposium, 1984

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From Jay Williams: Here’s a photo of the Jack London Society meeting in 1984. Can you help us to identify everyone? Post your suggestions in the comments. Thanks!