Jack London’s Mark on Literature, by Jeanne Campbell Reesman

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  Jack London means many things around the globe. He was a pivotal writer at the turn of the century whose literary naturalism and socialism also had important effects on the literatures of… Continue reading

Jack London Classic Film Fest (November 3-5, Sonoma Community Center)

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Jack London State Historic Park and the Sonoma Community Center will mark their mutual 2016 Centennial Celebrations with the presentation of the Jack London Classic Film Fest. The festival will feature screenings of… Continue reading

London in the News: Jack London Special Section in the Press-Democrat

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Via Susan Nuernberg: From one of several articles on the Jack London Centennial at http://www.pressdemocrat.com/topics/?t=pd-jack_london_centennial London’s first visit was to Camp Reverie, a summer-long gathering of Bay Area intellectuals located on the Russian… Continue reading

Jack London Panel at Oakland Book Festival (5.22.16)

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Oakland Book Festival 2016 Sunday May 22 Oakland City Hall THE 100 YEAR CALL OF THE WILD Presented by Litquake Hearing Room 3: 12:15—1:30pm Jack London died 100 years ago. To commemorate the… Continue reading

Shakespeare at 400, Jack London at 100: Genius Lives, by Jonah Raskin

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jonah-raskin/shakespeare-at-400-jack-l_b_9774854.html?utm_source=Alert-blogger&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Email%2BNotifications    In William Shakespeare’s comedy, “As You Like It, a traveler named Jaques waxes poetical in lines that have achieved literary immortality.    “All the world’s a stage,” he says. “And all… Continue reading

The Overlooked Legacy of Charmian London

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SUSAN NUERNBERG AND IRIS JAMAHL DUNKLE SPECIAL TO THE INDEX-TRIBUNE Charmian Kittredge London, Jack London’s second wife, is often dismissed as his typist, or worse, as a frivolous airhead who hindered her famous… Continue reading

Jack London in the News: Valley of the Moon Magazine

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Iris Dunkle on the Jack London listserv provided a link to the January 2016 issue of Valley of the Moon Magazine, with many articles on and pictures of London, including a chronology of his life, London… Continue reading

Why Jack London Still Matters

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By Cecelia Tichi / Special to The Sonoma Valley Sun https://jacklondonsociety.org/2016/02/07/why-jack-london-still-matters Jack London once again summons us in the 21st century, this time for the uncanny coincidence of this deja-vu moment that links his… Continue reading

Jack London Society Member Iris Dunkle Named Poet Laureate of Sonoma County

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Sebastopol resident and Jack London Society Member Iris Jamahl Dunkle has been named the ninth poet laureate of Sonoma County for 2016 and 2017. Dunkle is the author of two full-length collections of… Continue reading

The Jack London Foundation’s Person of the Year is Jay Williams

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http://www.sonomanews.com/lifestyle/5067902-181/happy-birthday-jack-london The Jack London Foundation will celebrate the 140th birthday of Sonoma County author and rancher Jack London at a birthday banquet on Saturday, Jan. 16. . . . The Foundation has announced… Continue reading